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Crimes of Church & State

May 1, 2014

Is the following information below, world news? If it is not, then why? Are we today, so banal that we can brush aside abuse and genocide against our very humanity simply because such crimes were committed by what are commonly respected as, ‘honourable’ powers i.e. The Church of England, the Vatican and the British Crown?

‘The International Common Law Court of Justice: Case No. 1 – Genocide in Canada
Convened as a lawfully recognized Tribunal of Conscience in Brussels in the fall of 2012, and issuing its final verdict on February 25, 2013, the Common Law Court named and indicted thirty defendants for perpetrating or concealing Genocide in Canada against indigenous people. These defendants included then-Pope Benedict, Joseph Ratzinger, former Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, Elizabeth Windsor “Queen of England”, and Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

After an exhaustive presentation of the evidence of crimes by church and state in Canada, and a refusal by the defendants to respond or refute the evidence, all of the defendants were found guilty of criminal conspiracy and Genocide, and were sentenced in absentia to 25 years in prison and the forfeit of all the wealth and property of their estates and institutions. Citizen arrest warrants were issued, and on August 4, 2013, the Vatican and Crown of England were declared to be transnational criminal bodies under international law, and were lawfully disestablished.’

It is significant that Pope Ratzinger resigned within days of the above Court Sentence, he was the first Pope to resign since Pope Gregory XII (1406 – 1415). Pope Gregory resigned in order to heal a serious rift within the Church which saw two rival Pope contenders; The Avignon Pope, Benedict XIII, supported by the French Monarchy and the Pisa Pope, John XXIII, supported by conciliarists of the Council of Pisa. Why did Ratzinger resign to save the Church or to save himself?

Christian faith is founded on the life and teachings of Jesus, a man who stood against oppression of the poor, the sick, the disabled, women and children. What would Jesus think about the native American Indian case against the Crown, the Church of England and the Vatican?

The International Common Law Court of Justice is a legally recognised and valid Court which was established to address crimes of Church & State against Humanity, crimes which our corporate-controlled Courts refuse to hear. In keeping with the obvious conspiracy to ignore, many regular media-sources, Crown, Church & Government have declined to comment on and/or share the judgement of the International Common Law Court. The BBC for example feigned ‘mystery’ over Pope Ratzinger’s decision to ‘retire’.

Did Ratzinger’s retirement have nothing at all to do with the 25 year prison sentence and the official Court warrant for his arrest? Is it due to the Court arrest warrant that Ratzinger has vowed never to leave the Vatican City?

While officialdom continues to dismiss the ITCCS Court judgement as ‘ridiculous’ and ‘outrageous’, the fact remains that over 50,000 native American children from 1830’s to 1980’s, lost their lives. Today’s survivors, continue to suffer memories of terrible abuse including rape, torture and incineration of newborn babies. Official letters and documents presented in evidence to the Court, reveal a State & Church endorsed plot to decimate a native, American population via germ warfare and erosion of children’s links to their cultural identity and natural heritage:

‘In April, 2011, ten traditional elders of the Grand River Mohawk Nation issued a written invitation to Kevin Annett and the ITCCS to conduct an inquiry on their land into children who went missing at the nearby “Mush Hole”: their name for the Mohawk Institute, founded in 1832 by the Crown and Church of England, where records indicate that on average 40% of the children died until it closed in 1970.’

The evidence and the subsequent cover-up are undeniable; people of means and power conspired to bury the crimes committed via Church & State against the Mohawk people. The rights and respect afforded to children under rule of a ‘civilised’ power, indeed, a ‘Christian’ power, were denied to native American children; removed from their homes and communities to be incarcerated in ‘Residential Schools’, children were allowed home only once or twice a year. Many never returned home at all.

The ‘Residential’ schools amounted to little more than concentration camps providing poor sanitation, little or no heating, extremely limited nutrition which inevitably, resulted in many children contracting TB. Infected children were not quarantined but instead, permitted to spread disease among other children too. Mohawk tribes people suffered and died when children were sent on otherwise, rare home-visits infected with TB, Diptheria and Smallpox.

The Nurenburg Trials after World War II were conducted largely in response to the public horror on learning about the existence of Auswitch and the State-controlled abuse and genocide of peoples judged ‘inferior’ according to Nazi philosophy/insanity. Clearly, the Vatican, our Church of England and the British Crown & Government considered the Mohawk people and their children to be an ‘inferior’ race with an ‘inferior’ culture that our world could easily do without.

Considering the abuse continued well into the 1970’s, can we really as a nation, continue to trivialise these serious crimes of Church & State when those same powers have persistently conspired to deny and ignore those crimes? What kind of church and monarchy is not concerned to hear about horrific abuse of children placed under their care and jurisdiction?

Surely, of all official bodies on Earth, the Church of England and the Vatican as ‘God’s representatives’ ought to have provided the very best in care and education to native children of any land?

Queen Elizabeth Windsor appears to have responded to her own 25 year prison sentence by giving herself and other Royals the legal ‘right’ to “absolute secrecy” which put simply, means she has placed herself above the law and in doing so, contravenes her Coronation Oath and signed legal Contract of office as Monarch:

Archbishop. “Will you solemnly promise and swear to govern the Peoples of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, the Union of South Africa, Pakistan, and Ceylon, and of your Possessions and the other Territories to any of them belonging or pertaining, according to their respective laws and customs?”

Queen. “I solemnly promise so to do.”

Archbishop. “Will you to your power cause Law and Justice, in Mercy, to be executed in all your judgements?”

Queen. “I will.”

Where is there any sign of “mercy” in operation at the Mohawk Residential Schools? In what way do the function and running of those ‘schools’ correspond to the “respective laws and customs” of the Mohawk people whom, as British Commonwealth citizens are included in Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation Oath?

Are we now to accept that the Coronation Oath and accompanying written & signed Coronation Contract are just meaningless ‘formalities’? Do British contracts now only carry any true, legal weight when they’re with a mobile-phone provider?

According to Law and justice, our present monarch is a convicted felon who has ignored her contract and conspired to both empower and cover-up, criminal actions against vulnerable children entrusted to her authority and care. Far from attempting to Westernise native children, our Queen and her Church vowed to honour and respect the laws and customs of the commonwealth native peoples. These vows were lies to placate who? To placate the masses – to convince us that Church and Royalty are civilised institutions keen to establish human rights according to Christian teachings and God’s Law when in reality, the exact opposite is true?

I truly fear for our children’s future when governing powers so blatantly neglect to operate in respect of the highest principles of law and spiritual faith which, they claim and indeed, promise to uphold as the foundation of their right to hold power over Earth’s people: If our State and Church cannot adhere to the conditions of their own oaths of office and official, legally binding contracts, then by what legal right do they remain in power?

British people are told that fraudulent bankers are “too big to prosecute” and it seems so too, is our Church & Monarch. Is that right, is it fair, is it justice – is it in any way at all reasonable i.e. civilised according to our 21st century principles of democracy?

Where do the rights of native American children end and the rights of Church & State to abuse and kill children begin?

To continue to ignore the crimes of the UK Church & State, is to suggest that it’s okay for those powers to abuse and kill children as a political, strategy for maintaining future control of their lands and resources.

What we are witnessing is a form of social ignorance that is endemic at the heart of virtually every political and economic power on our planet; the notion that the poor are poor due to their genetic, intellectual and/or cultural ‘inferiority’, the notion that certain people are expendable and worth less than others by virtue of their degraded wealth, power and social status.

The point is, certain individuals are entrusted with power in service to ‘we-the-people’ and collectively, we consent to their rule on the understanding that the powers established to serve our highest aspirations and best interests are themselves, supportive of our basic Human Rights and that their purpose is to ensure and strengthen, the power of those rights primarily, through establishing them and investigating all actions which contravene them.

Any conspiracy to deny and hide the crimes of genocide, paedophilia and child abuse is a serious threat to all peoples who live under rule of such conspiracy; no child is safe, no human being is safe who does not hold enough wealth and power to afford protection.

David Cameron has repeatedly ‘promised’ to “scrap” Human Rights which itself, is a threat to ignore the statement within the Human Rights Act which states that no Government may lawfully deny those Rights once they have been democratically accepted by that nation.

‘Article 30.

Nothing in this Declaration may be interpreted as implying for any State, group or person any right to engage in any activity or to perform any act aimed at the destruction of any of the rights and freedoms set forth herein.’

Our human rights are our true wealth, they are worth more than all the gold on our planet and without them we are lost to the whims and desires of a lawless, ruling ‘elite’ who, having enslaved, abused and murdered the native peoples of every land throughout history, are to this very day, rewarded with all the wealth and power those historical crimes continue to afford. David Cameron for example, inherited a family fortune and an Eton education directly on the proceeds of his family’s colonial exploits; ‘ David Cameron’s ancestors were among those who received billions of pounds in compensation after slavery was abolished, a study has claimed.’

Where is the compensation for the slaves?

Native peoples like the native American, Mohawk tribe, the descendants of Caribbean and Afro-American slaves, the native peoples of Britain itself and every Commonwealth nation, continue to suffer the consequences of historical crimes committed against our ethnicity, spiritual faith and culture: How much longer can a developed, educated and subsequently, enlightened people tolerate the obscenity of this terrible injustice that empowers and reveres the ‘traditional’ oppressor and leaves their victims condemned, degraded, dispossessed and ignored?

What is a ‘higher-education’ for if not to refine and improve the way we live, the way we function as a species? Are we now to accept that ‘social-progress’ means our Human Rights must be abolished?

Mohawk tribal lands have earned hefty sums for the British Crown, Church & State, money bequeathed toward empowering their own, future generations; money earned directly through fundamentally disrespecting the natural rights of original inhabitants. The wounds of poverty, slavery, abuse and criminalisation have been the heritage of every native generation since colonisation began.

It is high time the crimes of history were adequately addressed and the present day victim-survivors, received full compensation and/or unequivocal return of their lands and resources. Anything less is an affront to our natural, human intelligence and a permanent road-block against any real and truly, humane progress.


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