The US Supreme Court announces…that Puerto Rico is a colony

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After 64 years of denial, the US Supreme Court finally came out and said it: Puerto Rico is a possession of the United States. A colony.

With a 6-2 majority decision in Puerto Rico v. Sanchez Valle, the Court made it clear that the US owns Puerto Rico as a territory of the US…

The decision was immediately and widely reported.

There was no ambiguity in its language: “Puerto Rico became a territory of the United States in 1898, as a result of the Spanish-American War.” It further stated that “U.S. territories are not sovereigns distinct from the United States.”

Here is the entire decision. You can read it for yourself:

We will analyze it more fully in the coming days.

But for today, just let it sink in…

The Estado Libre Asociado / Free Associated State was a lie.

It never really existed.

The U.S. Supreme Court just said so.

For a history of the War Against All Puerto Ricans, read the book…

War Against All Puerto Ricans: Revolution and Terror in America’s ColonyBuy it Now

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5 Comments on “The US Supreme Court announces…that Puerto Rico is a colony

  1. It was Puerto Rico who adopted the name of “Estado Libre de Puerto Rico” which was officially translated into English as “commonwealth”. Currently the US “owns” 16 territories; Puerto Rico, Guam, Northern Mariana Islands, US Virgin Islands, American Samoa plus 10 other small islands spread out thru the Caribbean and pacific. That being “owned” has allowed certain “freedoms” that many take for granted, freedoms that they would not have or had if they were not “owned”.


  2. Like an old shoe, we belong to the United States but we are not part of it! Make no mistake about it. The sad thing is that we are not the only territory that belongs to this great freedom loving nation.


  3. In plain English —the Free Associated State was a Myth. How many more myths does the United States have for Puerto Rico? Guess what? It’s a long list. And with a broken wing we still can’t fly. Que Dios Bendiga Puerto Rico.


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