© 2017 Gouvernement Pied-Noir en Exil - Site Officiel de l’Etat Pied-Noir en Exil -
Federation of the Two Banks
Black Foot State in Exile
Mediterranean Hope
PEOPLE AND NATION FOOT-BLACK GOVERNMENT OF THE BLACK FEET PEOPLE IN EXILE STATISTICS Status: dispossessed territory Population: 5.5 million (including 4.8 million in France) Area: 24,000 hectares Capital: Julhans (currently on French territory) Languages: French, Spanish, Italian, Hebrew Religions: Christians, Jews, Muslims, laitySTATISTICS REPRESENTATION WITH UNPO: Government of the Black Foot People in Exile (GPPNE) OVERVIEW The Blackfoot people are the fruit of a long process which has its roots deep in Euro-Mediterranean history, even before the advent of our era. But it was truly forged, discovered and asserted in North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt) from the French colonization of Algeria in 1830 which followed the Turkish occupation for three centuries. From this date gradually settle in North Africa new populations from France and Europe, especially from the south. These European ethnic groups join the Jewish community long established and coexist with the Berbers, indigenous people, and Arabs arrived in the 7th century. Over time, a process of fusion, awareness and affirmation of a collective identity took place between these different European and Jewish ethnic groups. A new people, multicultural and multi-confessional, was born, the Pied-Noir people. With the conflicts linked to the independence granted by France, the Pied-Noir people, 1.5 million people at the time, were forced to leave Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria from 1956 to 1963 and go into exile around the world, mainly in France. Currently, with the new generations, these people represent 5.5 million people, including 4.8 million established in France (3.2 million major and 1.6 million minor according to studies by the French Institute of Public Opinion and from the Center for French Political Life - IFOP and CEVIPOF). The rest, 700,000 people, are scattered around the world, mainly in Spain, Israel, Italy, Monaco, Argentina, Canada. PERSPECTIVE OF THE UNPO MEMBER The Government of the Black Foot People in Exile (GPPNE) represents the interests of the Black Foot People. He bases his claims on several international texts and in particular on the Charter of the United Nations established in San Francisco on June 26, 1945, on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 10/12/1948 and on the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Peoples signed in Algiers on 4/7/1976. Its main claims are: - the right to existence of the Pied-Noir people despite their exile and their lack of current land; - official and international recognition of the Blackfoot as a People and a Nation; - the right of the Blackfoot people to freely determine their political status and to assert their sovereignty to ensure their economic, social and cultural development; - and to do this, its right to forge a state with territorial sovereignty that will become the national home and of new roots for this people today dispersed. CURRENT POLITICAL SITUATION The Pied-Noir people suffer from its exodus and dispersion. The absence of a new land of reference and of rooting condemns it eventually to extinction because the new generations risk being completely assimilated by the standardizing societies in which they live today. The GPPNE has therefore already created a State with functional sovereignty called the Pied-Noir State - Federation of the Two Banks, pending the creation of a State with territorial sovereignty on the basis of the Convention on the Rights and Duties of States adopted by the 7th American International Conference signed in Montevideo on 12/26/1933. This state with functional sovereignty has institutions, a constitution, a doctrine, a flag, a coat of arms, an anthem, an official journal, a bank of 25,000 couriers, a website, a press agency, an intelligence and security service. as well as a registry office. Its Constitution adopted on 5/10/2017 and revised on 1/2/2019 expressly referred to the UNPO Charter signed on 11/2/1991 and approved the principles enshrined in the statutes of the UNPO: self-determination, human rights, democracy, non-violence, ecology. The task of GPPNE today is to find the new national home of the Blackfoot people where it will take root forever. Historical circumstances mean that this new place of rooting cannot be located in North Africa, despite its initial birthplace. Therefore this search for territory is oriented in two directions. First of all, obtain the restitution by the French State of 51 pied-noir estates, of a total of 24,000 hectares, located on French territory, nationalized by the 5th French Republic and handed over after the independence of Algeria in 1962 to the 1st Algerian Republic without compensation, without legal act and in violation of all international laws. Among these areas is the area of ​​Julhans in the French department of Bouches du Rhône, of 317 hectares, which could be the location of the first capital of the Pied-Noir state with territorial sovereignty. On the other hand, to seek in the Mediterranean for this people of European, Mediterranean and African essence a land which will be the true new national home of the black foot. HISTORICAL CONTEXT The Nation resulting from the Pied-Noir People is made up of all the European and Jewish people, dead or alive, originating in North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt) where their ancestors took root over generations and where they were born from the 2nd century BC. It is also made up of all the generations born in exile as well as future generations. The affirmation of the Blackfoot people is the culmination of a long process of more than two millennia drawing its sources from the depths of Euro-Mediterranean history. As early as 146 BC, the Roman conquest opened Berber North Africa to European influence both in terms of settlement and in terms of political and religious organization. Christianity is also established permanently since the 3rd century AD. Shortly before, in the 2nd century, Jewish homes that fled Palestine settled in North Africa. In the 5th and 6th centuries, other Europeans, the Vandals and the Byzantines, replaced the Romans, before the Arab-Muslim invasions of the 7th century occurred. From the 10th century and until the 18th, new flows from Europe were observed in North Africa: Andalusian, Spanish, French, Italian and Maltese traders and fishermen opened concessions and trading posts on the North African coasts, while Spain occupies several cities, some of which are still Spanish (Ceuta and Melilla in Morocco). Meanwhile, from the Christian reconquest of Spain in 1492, the Jews of Spain took refuge in North Africa. But it was finally from 1830 and the French conquest of Algeria, which put an end to the Turkish occupation of three centuries, that the Blackfoot people were to be forged. With the arrival of new European populations, their sedentarization, their fusion among themselves and with the Jewish community, a new people will be born, take root and develop during seven generations alongside the indigenous Berber people and the Arab people. But, following the policy of abandonment by France of its departments, provinces and protectorates in North Africa, the Blackfoot Nation will then undergo from 1954 to 1962, a premeditated genocide and organized by an ethnic cleansing, executions summary, physical and moral tortures, kidnappings of the weakest, spoliations of movable and immovable property of its citizens. A mass exodus of more than 1.5 million Blackfoot will ensue. Thus, the Blackfoot constitute a People and a Nation and want to be identified as such: - they are united by a common historical, territorial, linguistic and cultural heritage. - they share a sense of lasting belonging, a community of destiny, and want to determine their future in common as a Nation and a People. Their tragic history, their exodus and their exile have further strengthened their sense of belonging to a people with a strong and unique destiny. CULTURE The Pied-Noir people are a Métis people. African by its land of origin, essentially Euro-Mediterranean by its main components (populations of the south of France, Spain, Italy, Malta), of oriental sensitivity by its Jewish component and by the Berber, Arab and Turkish contributions received in North Africa, multi-confessional, essentially French-speaking and of Mediterranean culture, it is the result of a mix of women and men from all around the Mediterranean. As a result, its culture is mixed too. On the basic French culture gradually acquired by the non-French of origin were superimposed impulses, mentalities, eating habits, artistic and musical tastes, a conception of leisure, past expressions in the language (which created a dialect commun, le pataouète), gestures, collective ways of being borrowed from each of the European and Jewish ethnic groups. In addition, there were contributions from the Berber and Arab peoples living on the same land. Thus, original and strong common traditions and values ​​were forged. Thus, the Pied-Noir people are at the heart of the Mediterranean. He participated before his exodus in the development of the south shore, in North Africa, for generations, with the local populations. Since his exile, he has brought his dynamism, his know-how and his experience "from here and there" to Europe's north shore. Its Mediterranean cultural identity on both sides allows it to assert itself as a pivotal people, an intermediate people, a bridge people, a real force for dialogue, proposals and interventions in relations in the Mediterranean, in relations between Europe , the Maghreb and Africa, and more generally in North-South relations. However, currently, the absence of a real new national center of rooting and its insertion in a very standardizing western society jeopardizes the very existence of the Blackfoot people and leads it on the path of an ethnocide, d '' a destruction of its culture and its social identity and of a cultural and memorial genocide.
Federation of the Two Banks
Black Foot State in Exile
Mediterranean Hope
© 2017 Gouvernement Pied-Noir en Exil - Site Officiel de l’Etat Pied-Noir en Exil -
PEOPLE AND NATION FOOT-BLACK GOVERNMENT OF THE BLACK FEET PEOPLE IN EXILE STATISTICS Status: dispossessed territory Population: 5.5 million (including 4.8 million in France) Area: 24,000 hectares Capital: Julhans (currently on French territory) Languages: French, Spanish, Italian, Hebrew Religions: Christians, Jews, Muslims, laitySTATISTICS REPRESENTATION WITH UNPO: Government of the Black Foot People in Exile (GPPNE) OVERVIEW The Blackfoot people are the fruit of a long process which has its roots deep in Euro-Mediterranean history, even before the advent of our era. But it was truly forged, discovered and asserted in North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt) from the French colonization of Algeria in 1830 which followed the Turkish occupation for three centuries. From this date gradually settle in North Africa new populations from France and Europe, especially from the south. These European ethnic groups join the Jewish community long established and coexist with the Berbers, indigenous people, and Arabs arrived in the 7th century. Over time, a process of fusion, awareness and affirmation of a collective identity took place between these different European and Jewish ethnic groups. A new people, multicultural and multi-confessional, was born, the Pied-Noir people. With the conflicts linked to the independence granted by France, the Pied-Noir people, 1.5 million people at the time, were forced to leave Morocco, Tunisia and Algeria from 1956 to 1963 and go into exile around the world, mainly in France. Currently, with the new generations, these people represent 5.5 million people, including 4.8 million established in France (3.2 million major and 1.6 million minor according to studies by the French Institute of Public Opinion and from the Center for French Political Life - IFOP and CEVIPOF). The rest, 700,000 people, are scattered around the world, mainly in Spain, Israel, Italy, Monaco, Argentina, Canada. PERSPECTIVE OF THE UNPO MEMBER The Government of the Black Foot People in Exile (GPPNE) represents the interests of the Black Foot People. He bases his claims on several international texts and in particular on the Charter of the United Nations established in San Francisco on June 26, 1945, on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights proclaimed by the General Assembly of the United Nations on 10/12/1948 and on the Universal Declaration of the Rights of Peoples signed in Algiers on 4/7/1976. Its main claims are: - the right to existence of the Pied-Noir people despite their exile and their lack of current land; - official and international recognition of the Blackfoot as a People and a Nation; - the right of the Blackfoot people to freely determine their political status and to assert their sovereignty to ensure their economic, social and cultural development; - and to do this, its right to forge a state with territorial sovereignty that will become the national home and of new roots for this people today dispersed. CURRENT POLITICAL SITUATION The Pied-Noir people suffer from its exodus and dispersion. The absence of a new land of reference and of rooting condemns it eventually to extinction because the new generations risk being completely assimilated by the standardizing societies in which they live today. The GPPNE has therefore already created a State with functional sovereignty called the Pied-Noir State - Federation of the Two Banks, pending the creation of a State with territorial sovereignty on the basis of the Convention on the Rights and Duties of States adopted by the 7th American International Conference signed in Montevideo on 12/26/1933. This state with functional sovereignty has institutions, a constitution, a doctrine, a flag, a coat of arms, an anthem, an official journal, a bank of 25,000 couriers, a website, a press agency, an intelligence and security service. as well as a registry office. Its Constitution adopted on 5/10/2017 and revised on 1/2/2019 expressly referred to the UNPO Charter signed on 11/2/1991 and approved the principles enshrined in the statutes of the UNPO: self-determination, human rights, democracy, non-violence, ecology. The task of GPPNE today is to find the new national home of the Blackfoot people where it will take root forever. Historical circumstances mean that this new place of rooting cannot be located in North Africa, despite its initial birthplace. Therefore this search for territory is oriented in two directions. First of all, obtain the restitution by the French State of 51 pied-noir estates, of a total of 24,000 hectares, located on French territory, nationalized by the 5th French Republic and handed over after the independence of Algeria in 1962 to the 1st Algerian Republic without compensation, without legal act and in violation of all international laws. Among these areas is the area of ​​Julhans in the French department of Bouches du Rhône, of 317 hectares, which could be the location of the first capital of the Pied-Noir state with territorial sovereignty. On the other hand, to seek in the Mediterranean for this people of European, Mediterranean and African essence a land which will be the true new national home of the black foot. HISTORICAL CONTEXT The Nation resulting from the Pied-Noir People is made up of all the European and Jewish people, dead or alive, originating in North Africa (Algeria, Tunisia, Morocco, Egypt) where their ancestors took root over generations and where they were born from the 2nd century BC. It is also made up of all the generations born in exile as well as future generations. The affirmation of the Blackfoot people is the culmination of a long process of more than two millennia drawing its sources from the depths of Euro-Mediterranean history. As early as 146 BC, the Roman conquest opened Berber North Africa to European influence both in terms of settlement and in terms of political and religious organization. Christianity is also established permanently since the 3rd century AD. Shortly before, in the 2nd century, Jewish homes that fled Palestine settled in North Africa. In the 5th and 6th centuries, other Europeans, the Vandals and the Byzantines, replaced the Romans, before the Arab-Muslim invasions of the 7th century occurred. From the 10th century and until the 18th, new flows from Europe were observed in North Africa: Andalusian, Spanish, French, Italian and Maltese traders and fishermen opened concessions and trading posts on the North African coasts, while Spain occupies several cities, some of which are still Spanish (Ceuta and Melilla in Morocco). Meanwhile, from the Christian reconquest of Spain in 1492, the Jews of Spain took refuge in North Africa. But it was finally from 1830 and the French conquest of Algeria, which put an end to the Turkish occupation of three centuries, that the Blackfoot people were to be forged. With the arrival of new European populations, their sedentarization, their fusion among themselves and with the Jewish community, a new people will be born, take root and develop during seven generations alongside the indigenous Berber people and the Arab people. But, following the policy of abandonment by France of its departments, provinces and protectorates in North Africa, the Blackfoot Nation will then undergo from 1954 to 1962, a premeditated genocide and organized by an ethnic cleansing, executions summary, physical and moral tortures, kidnappings of the weakest, spoliations of movable and immovable property of its citizens. A mass exodus of more than 1.5 million Blackfoot will ensue. Thus, the Blackfoot constitute a People and a Nation and want to be identified as such: - they are united by a common historical, territorial, linguistic and cultural heritage. - they share a sense of lasting belonging, a community of destiny, and want to determine their future in common as a Nation and a People. Their tragic history, their exodus and their exile have further strengthened their sense of belonging to a people with a strong and unique destiny. CULTURE The Pied-Noir people are a Métis people. African by its land of origin, essentially Euro-Mediterranean by its main components (populations of the south of France, Spain, Italy, Malta), of oriental sensitivity by its Jewish component and by the Berber, Arab and Turkish contributions received in North Africa, multi-confessional, essentially French-speaking and of Mediterranean culture, it is the result of a mix of women and men from all around the Mediterranean. As a result, its culture is mixed too. On the basic French culture gradually acquired by the non-French of origin were superimposed impulses, mentalities, eating habits, artistic and musical tastes, a conception of leisure, past expressions in the language (which created a dialect commun, le pataouète), gestures, collective ways of being borrowed from each of the European and Jewish ethnic groups. In addition, there were contributions from the Berber and Arab peoples living on the same land. Thus, original and strong common traditions and values ​​were forged. Thus, the Pied-Noir people are at the heart of the Mediterranean. He participated before his exodus in the development of the south shore, in North Africa, for generations, with the local populations. Since his exile, he has brought his dynamism, his know-how and his experience "from here and there" to Europe's north shore. Its Mediterranean cultural identity on both sides allows it to assert itself as a pivotal people, an intermediate people, a bridge people, a real force for dialogue, proposals and interventions in relations in the Mediterranean, in relations between Europe , the Maghreb and Africa, and more generally in North-South relations. However, currently, the absence of a real new national center of rooting and its insertion in a very standardizing western society jeopardizes the very existence of the Blackfoot people and leads it on the path of an ethnocide, d '' a destruction of its culture and its social identity and of a cultural and memorial genocide.