The political platform of the Committee for a Free Iraq, Denmark
Stop the occupation of Iraq! Let the Iraqi people decide for themselves!
Excerpts from the founding declaration of the Committee for a Free Iraq, Denmark
On September 13, 2003, the Committee for a Free Iraq, Denmark, was founded in Copenhagen.
The background for the founding of the Committee for a Free Iraq, Denmark, is that the war of aggression on Iraq that was launched on March 20, violating the UN Charter and with Denmark as an active part, and proved to be based on lies upon lies, has resulted in an illegal, destructive and cynical occupation of Iraq.
The objectives of the Committee for a Free Iraq, Denmark, are to support the just struggle of the Iraqi people for a free and independent Iraq and to make educational work on the occupation of Iraq and its consequences for the Iraqi population.
(…). From its founding, the Committee for a Free Iraq, Denmark, declares its full support for the Iraqi resistance against the Anglo-American and Danish occupation of Iraq, a resistance that is fully legitimate according to the “Geneva Declaration on Terrorism” and assumes the most different forms, from demonstrations, sit-ins and civil obedience to armed resistance.
(…). The Committee for a Free Iraq, Denmark, states its opposition to the so-called Governing Council that was appointed and installed by the US on July 13.
(…). The Committee for a Free Iraq, Denmark, is against the UN sending light blue troops to Iraq. Besides, the UN has already been deeply discredited in the eyes of the great majority of Iraqis as the UN for more than 12 years, from 1990 until 2003, maintained economic sanctions against Iraq, costing the lives of approximately 2 million Iraqis.
All foreign troops out of Iraq – No UN force!
Bring home the Danish troops immediately!
Support the legitimate Iraqi resistance!
Let the Iraqis decide in their own country!
Copenhagen, September 13, 2003
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