Why We Need the International Tribunal for Natural Justice
The ITNJ initiative has arisen as a response to the disregard for the rule of law exhibited by (alleged) public officials, corporate directors, and “world leaders” everywhere who have deliberately privatized and weaponized the governments of the world against their own people. It is the culmination of years worth of work and research on the part of many people from a diverse set of backgrounds who are dedicated to safeguarding a viable future for humanity, and who recognize that we the people must take responsibility for holding our governments to account when they violate basic human rights. Whenever the community at large neglects to do this then it sets a precedent that allows continued violations to take place.
People attempting to reform Court Systems recognize that these systems have long operated on behalf of Corporations masquerading as Governments. We provide evidence on these pages that most court systems have been usurped by for-profit corporations, and even international tribunals meant to provide justice where there was none, have been compromised by the influence of funding nations, groups of nations, and powerful corporations, on which they rely for their funding and continued existence. The administrative agents hired to carry out corporate policies within these court systems do not question whether their laws do harm to people or place. There is no oversight to prevent such agents from profiting on the misery of those they would judge.
Until now, there has been no court outside the provenance of the corporations to question their authority and to hold them accountable. Ultimately, it is the people who live in any given region that must insist that true Justice prevails. Never again should the people of the world give over their personal responsibility to govern themselves to an association of lawyers controlled by oath to a private for-profit corporation.
It is the duty and obligation of a civilized society to apprehend any individual or institution committing crimes against humanity. When authority by force and violence is substituted for the rule of law, it becomes necessary for the people themselves to place limits upon those who act with aggression toward their fellows.
We invite all people of the world to join us in signing the ITNJ Treaty, which now stands as sentinel and protectorate for all.
Judicial Corruption Around the World
We Need an International Court to Stamp Out Corruption by Mark L. Wolf July 22, 2014
Corruption in Judicial Systems: Global Corruption Report 2007 by Tranparency.org
This document focuses on two main types of corruption: political interference in the election of judges and in judicial decision, and petty bribery. It explains very well these types of judicial corruption, and includes case studies of judicial corruption in 37 countries. But it is published by Cambridge University Press, and completely fails to mention the underlying systemic issue of usurpation of court systems by for-profit corporations. The Transparency.org web page on judicial corruption describes problems and offers solutions attempting to reform a broken system from within, rather than transforming it by shining a light on the core issue.
The International Court of Justice Has Limited Powers
The International Court of Justice is a branch of the United Nations. A case can be brought there, but the “rulings” against a party to a case are based on their voluntary participation. From its own website, its power is so limited that justice cannot be served:
“The US was sued by Nicaragua in the World Court in 1984 for mining Nicaragua’s harbors and other hostile acts. The US disagreed with the Court that the Court had jurisdiction on this issue, and subsequently the US withdrew its acceptance of the Court’s compulsory jurisdiction and did not participate in the substantive proceedings. The Court ruled in Nicaragua’s favor and found the US in violation of customary international law. The US has ignored the ruling.”