Indigenous Peoples International Court Declares the two Papal Bulls, NULL AND VOID

The Indigenous Peoples International Court (IPIC) is a COURT OF LAST RESORT whose decisions are not subject to Appeal. The IPIC operates under the authority of the GLOBAL Indigenous Peoples Competent Authority․

Indigenous Peoples International Court (IPIC) Declares the two Papal Bulls, NULL AND VOID․ 

In the Case brought before the Indigenous Peoples International Court (IPIC) by the Collective Government Of The Indigenous People Of IOUANALAO and Partners For First Peoples Development Of Trinidad and Tobago,  against Pope Francis (representing the Holy See, the Vatican, the Catholic Church and its institutions). 

The Petitioners represented by the GLOBAL Platform for the provision of effective remedies, recourse and redress regarding historical and contemporary injustices committed against Indigenous Peoples called on the Indigenous Peoples International Court (IPIC) to declare the Bull Eximiae Devotionis of Pope Alexander VI dated May 3, 1493 and the Bull Inter Caetera of Pope Alexander VI of  May 4, 1493, NULL AND VOID.

http://clc-library-org-docs.angelfire.com/Eximiae.html 

http://rvbeypublications.com/sitebuildercontent/sitebuilderfiles/bullintercaetera.pub.pdf

 

The Petitioners argued:

1: That the implementation of the said Papal Bulls is responsible for historical and contemporary injustices committed against the Indigenous People of IOUANALAO (saint lucia) and the Indigenous Peoples of CHALE´IBE´ and TAVAKO..

2: That the right of the Indigenous Peoples of IOUANALAO (saint lucia) and CHALE´IBE´ and TAVAKO (trinidad and tobago to exercise their inalienable, collective, ancestral, moral, historical, absolute and sovereign rights to self-determination and independence to control and administer their lands, territories, waters, costal seas, oceans, air space and all other resources, as Sovereign Indigenous Peoples’ States and or Nations pre-existed the Bull Eximiae Devotionis of Pope Alexander VI of May 03, 1493 and the Bull Inter Caetera of Pope Alexander VI of May 4, 1493.

3: That Pope Alexander VI had prior knowledge that the lands and territories referred to in the Bull Inter Caetera in particular, were already inhabited by the Indigenous People of IOUANALAO (saint lucia) and the Indigenous Peoples of CHALE´IBE´ and TAVAKO (trinidad and tobago), through the reports made by Christopher Columbus, arising out of his visits to the west from 12 October 1492 onward.

4: That Pope Alexander VI did not own, nor had any legitimate and moral right of custody to the lands and territories, and could not grant what was not his to another party. As a result, Pope Alexander VI willfully dispossessed the Indigenous People of IOUANALAO (saint lucia) and the Indigenous Peoples of CHALE´IBE´ and TAVAKO (trinidad and tobago), and those receiving the stolen properties, their Heirs and Successors, are also guilty of receiving stolen properties. 

The Indigenous Peoples International Court (IPIC) having thoroughly examined the evidence before it, RULED: 

That the Bull Eximiae Devotionis of Pope Alexander VI of May 03, 1493 and the Bull Inter Caetera of Pope Alexander VI of May 4, 1493 are NULL AND VOID. 

By Order of the IPIC 

Signed:

Albert DeTERVILLE

President of the Indigenous Peoples International Court (IPIC)

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