Antarctica Conspiracy 1,000,000 Goal

Give Antarctica Back To The People

  

THE ANTARCTIC CONSPIRACY PETITION

Overview

Opened for Signature: 1 December 1959
Entered into Force: 23 June 1961
Depositary: United States
Membership

53 states, of which 12 are original members and Consultative Parties, 29 Consultative Parties with voting status at Antarctic Treaty Consultative Meetings, and 24 Non-Consultative Parties with observer status.
Background

The Antarctic Treaty originated in an extraordinary moment of Cold War-era cooperation. In the mid-1950s, a group of scientists convinced the United Nations to institute an event to promote cooperation in the sciences. To this end, the UN designated 1 July 1957 to 31 December 1958 the “International Geophysical Year (IGY).” During the 18 month IGY, scientists from 12 nations worked together in Antarctica. At the conclusion of the project, all agreed that the IGY had been successful. The momentum of this symbolic event was followed by the drafting of the Antarctic Treaty in Washington in 1959.

The Treaty’s framers intended to guarantee that “... Antarctica shall continue forever to be used exclusively for peaceful purposes and shall not become the scene or object of international discord.” The Treaty covers everything south of 60° South latitude, now known as the Antarctic Treaty Area (ATA). Among other things, the Treaty prohibits nuclear explosions, radioactive waste disposal, and military deployments in the ATA. (However, using military personnel to support scientists is specifically allowed, as well as “for any other peaceful purpose.”) The Treaty’s next most significant goal is the encouragement of continued international cooperation in scientific research.

By the time of the IGY, seven of the 12 original signatory countries (Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, France, Norway, Chile, and Argentina) had already laid territorial claims in Antarctica; several of these claims overlapped. These overlapping claims were a potential cause of the very “international discord” the Treaty sought to avoid. For this reason, the framers devised a plan to “freeze” these claims for the duration of the Treaty. Article IV clarifies that the Treaty does not repudiate any existing claim, but it prohibits their assertion as well as the establishment of new claims. To date, none of these seven states has renounced its claim, and the United States and Russia maintain the “right” to lay claims. Still, none has directly challenged Antarctica’s international status.

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Give Antarctica Back To The People

Let us Explore to see whats beyond Anartica
To allow exploration for independent scientists and individuals with no political agenda or corporate ties who's intentions are not to cover up truths of what is beyond the ice wall, and explore freely. They have gone to great lengths hiding this and much more for many years & created this treaty to ban the public from entering Antarctica out of fear of revealing the truth of flat earth & the dome barrier that may even lead the other earths beyond the ice they don't want us to find out. If this is not the case then the people of this earth have the right to see for themselves. We are all equally entitilled the explore this land as a human right. What are we being kept from? & what is being hidden in Antarctica?

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