“From the belly of Leviathan” by General Manuel Noriega

Miami Metropolitan Correctional Center, May 18, 1992

Brothers and sisters: greetings, from the belly of Leviathan!

On the 500th anniversary of the evangelization of Native America, the Empire of the North imposes ‘a New Order”

And in the name of “a new order” and of “a just cause,” the North American empire and its ruler invade the Republic of Panama on Dec. 20, 1989, leaving 6,000 dead without known tombs!

And in the name of “a new order,” they dismantle the Armed Forces of Panama and blackmail the armed forces of Latin America!

And in the name of “a new order,” international treat­ies are violated and the signatures of American authorities on official documents are ignored.

And in the name of “a new order,” the United States seeks world dominion with its ruler, as if they were. the owners of eternity!

And in the name of “a new order,” the United States and its ruler impose their influence and their authority upon the United Nations so as not to agree to respect the rules regarding the emissions of carbon dioxide!

And in the name of “a new order” and in favor of the IMF, they further impoverish the people of brown, Black, and mestizo America!

And in the name of “a new order” the United States and its ruler indict, try, and condemn nationalist leaders and patriots and use the courts of justice as a weapon for international political pressure!

And in the name of “a new order” the United States and its ruler do not fulfill, ignore, and violate the treaties of the Geneva Convention regarding the treatment of prisoners of war.

America needs a new diet to be cleansed, and here it’s worth mentioning the reflection of Louise Hay:

“Let us not perpetuate violence by initiating or throwing people in jail and then forgetting about them. Instead of that, let us encourage our own conscience, self-esteem, and love. The instruments for the transformation are at hand, we only have to use them”

Always on our feet, never on our knees.

For Panama and Latin America the struggle contin­ues…

General Manuel A. Noriega M., Prisoner of War

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