Respectfully Submitted to the United Nations General Assembly
Kampuchea-Krom– Former French Cochin China – the Homeland of Khmer Krom Peoples and the Territorial Integrity and Sovereignty of the Kingdom of Cambodia (Southern Vietnam)
The UN GA Declaration 1514(XV) of 14 December 1960 regarding the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples: “4. All armed action or repressive measures of all kinds directed against dependent peoples shall cease in order to enable them to exercise peacefully and freely their right to complete independence and the integrity of their national territory shall be respected. 5. Immediate steps shall be taken, in Trust and Non-Self-Governing Territories or all other territories which have not yet attained independence, to transfer all powers to the peoples of those territories, without any conditions or reservations, in accordance with their freely expressed will and desire, without any distinction as to race, creed or colour, in order to enable them to enjoy complete independence and freedom. 7…and respect for the sovereign rights of all peoples and their integrity.”
the world, H.E. Asha-Rose Migiro, Deputy Secretary-General of the United Nations said that “ Pragmatic steps needed to close colonial chapter in human affairs” and the Special Committee on Decolonization needs to work hard, all the UN bodies, all administering Powers and all international organizations on the Situation need to cooperate with each other “to bring about a speedy, successful and sustainable solution for the total eradication of colonialism.” Whereas His Excellency UN Secretary-General said that “Under the Charter, the administering Powers have a special obligation to bring the territories under their administration to an appropriate level of self-government. He hopes the administration Powers will work together with the Special Committee and the people in the territories to find the appropriate format and timing for the completion of decolonization in each territory.”
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stipulated in the above-mentioned UN GA resolution I541(XV) of 15 December 1960 • Envisage the missions of the UN Special Rapporteurs on the situation of Human Rights, Religious Freedoms, Political, Social and Economic Development, Cultural and Educational Advancement, Natural Resources, etc. to the Mekong Delta Region where the indigenous Khmer Krom Peoples are living in greater communities; • Help to set up dialogue(s) with Viet Nam, the administering Power regarding the decolonization of Kampuchea Krom and place it under the control of the United Nations; and • Plan for a self-determination referendum allowing the Khmer Krom Peoples to use their own free will for their self-government like the UN used to do for the Tokelau people in New Zealand and the East Timor people in Indonesia.
Decolonization Task Force
(Representing over 10 million Khmer Krom peoples,
21 provinces and dependencies)
P.O. Box 17133, St. Paul, MN 55117
Tel/ Fax: (651) 528-8289. Cell: (651) 734-3253
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help, our Kampuchea Krom Non-Self-Governing Territories and Peoples won’t never ever be freed from the current colonial Power of the State of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam (SRV) in accordance with all the existing international laws on the situation before the end of the 2001-2010 Second International Decade and its Plan of Action for the total Eradication of Colonialism in the 21st century.
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different Chinese empires attacked Vietnam and sought to re-annex it into the empire. The Viets resisted and fought galantly over and over and over again and won. From these wars, we have our legendary warrior heroes like Le Loi and Tran Hung Dao. Fast forward to modern day 20th and 21st centuries, China continues to threaten Vietnam with invasions and taking its lands and waters. China took more of the Northern border region and are presently invading the Paracel and Spratly Islands in the East Sea (South China Sea). China is intent on doing all it can to weaken Vietnam. In response, the Viets know too well how to deal with the Chinese with centuries of experience. Yes, they call us Viets as clever, manipulative and deceitful. We Viets had to develop such skills and qualities to survive to this day. We, Viets always have to try to be one step ahead of the Chinese and be more clever and deceptive than them. Therefore, with China always a threat to Vietnam’s survival, the Viet kingdom did all it can to ensure its survival including at the expense of Champa, Lao, and Kampuchea. Vietnam felt vulnerable against its hostile neighbors, so it did what could to survive: to become more powerful than its neighbors. Such required a large population, and with a population boom, more land and resources were needed. Therefore, it was natural that the Viet kingdom moved South into Champa and the Mekong Delta (Khmer Krom).
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