Newsletter Monsanto Tribunal – The Monsanto Tribunal has started!


Date: 15 oktober 2016 11:06


Dear supporter of the Monsanto Tribunal,


We are experiencing something very special here today. Representatives from movements all over the world have travelled to The Hague for the Monsanto Tribunal and the parallel People’s Assembly. On this World Food Day we will conquer language and culture barriers to strengthen the world food movement. You are supporting this and you are part of it. This is great! We all need this movement to put an end to the era of unpunished poisoning and exploitation of the earth as soon as possible.


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And if you are on twitter, follow us @monsantotribun, retweet us and all the others that tweet about the Tribunal and the People’s Assembly. Tweeting about the Tribunal is a great way to show your support! The # of the day for Saturday 15th is #MonsantoEcocide (and we’ll send you a new one for Sunday 16th).


If you have not donated recently, please do it now if you can afford it. We need your support to strengthen the movement, to give the victims a voice and a platform and to take on Monsanto, Bayer and their likes.


The era of pesticides and war against nature is coming to an end. We are now entering the era of agroecology, of cooperation with nature to share life on earth and enjoy its abundance. We refuse more chemical warfare, patenting of life, junk food, land grabs and dependence of farmers on large corporations. Instead, we are standing together for a world where we reward farmers for their very important work, celebrate biodiversity, take care of healthy soils, and supply land for those who will use it wisely to grow good food for all.


Help us to move forward, be part of the movement.


Thank you!



Globalist attempts to silence me have backfired, and put me in an extraordinary situation where I now have the attention of the Areios Pagos, the Supreme Court in Greece, after it has been forced to deal with the massive irregularities in my case. I am going to use this one-time opportunity to send an Open Letter […]


Back in Court tomorrow for Occupy Wall Street protesters arrested on the Brooklyn Bridge – On the 5th anniversary of the arrests – Join the PCJF in Court in New York on October 4th, 2016

Partnership for Civil Justice Fund

Read on…..


Join the PCJF in Court in New York on October 4th, 2016. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit has scheduled oral argument in the class action filed over the mass arrests of 700 people on the Brooklyn Bridge during Occupy Wall Street, Garcia et al. v Bloomberg, et al.  for October 4, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.

The Court is located at 40 Centre Street (40 Foley Square), New York, NY 10007. Bring ID. We advise showing up 30-60 minutes early to allow time to get through security. Travel information can be found here.

On October 1st, 2011 the NYPD engaged in one of the largest mass civil rights violation in NYC history, trapping and arresting 700 people on the Brooklyn Bridge who were peacefully engaged in First Amendment activities as part of the Occupy Wall Street movement. Those suddenly arrested without warning included teachers, health care workers, students, parents of small children, tourists and many others. The mass arrest decision came from the highest command staff, ordered by then-Chief of Department Joseph Esposito after consultation with then-Commissioner Kelly. There were the first days of the Occupy Movement and the police were employing super-aggressive, unconstitutional tactics against this new, promising and peaceful social justice movement.

The police escorted and led the peaceful march from Zuccotti Park through the city and onto the roadway of the Bridge. Once having led and escorted hundreds of protesters to enter the vehicular roadway of the Bridge, the police suddenly trapped and mass arrested those present without warning, notice or opportunity to comply with any order.

Despite running for office promising reform from the Bloomberg/Kelly policing model for First Amendment activity, Mayor De Blasio has doubled down on Mayor Bloomberg’s position seeking to immunize and insulate the NYPD and all its officers and command from any accountability for these mass violations of free speech. His legal position, if left unchallenged, puts all those who peacefully participate in demonstrations and comply with all police directives at risk of suddenly being arrested and jailed without any notice. This not only threatens and chills First Amendment activity, but places New York City squarely in legal conflict with every other jurisdiction that has visited this issue.

For five years the PCJF has persisted in defending the fundamental constitutional rights at stake seeking to have the courts recognize this sweeping mass civil rights violation. We will appear before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit to argue why the plaintiffs should be allowed to proceed in this case.

Click here to make a donation to support these critical legal efforts to defend free speech and the right to dissent.

Partnership for Civil Justice Fund

Criminal Trial: Heirs of Creation vs US Corporation 8.25.2014 (Raw, unedited. Audio only)

Published on 25 Sep 2016

Raw, unedited audio recording of the criminal trial against the US Corporation by Natural Law. Trial heard by the Court of Ages. The US Corporation was found guilty of fraud, extortion, human trafficking, involuntary servitude, murder, high treason, and crimes against humanity.

Justice: Gary Jordon, California
Prosecutor: Cindy Kay Currier, Michigan (at the time)
Defendant failed to appear

More Data For The ‘Data Dependent’ To Ignore — UZA – people’s courts, forums, & tribunals

Originally posted on sentinelblog: From Alhambra Investment Partners, by Jeffrey P. Snider The University of Michigan released its September update for their surveys of consumers. The overall index of consumer “sentiment” was unchanged from August at 89.8, and up just 3% from last September. This “confidence” index peaked in January 2015 at 98.1 and has…

via More Data For The ‘Data Dependent’ To Ignore — UZA – people’s courts, forums, & tribunals

Head of the IMF Christine Lagarde in court charged with embezzlement and fraud


PETER ALLEN – Thursday 23 May 2013

The head of the International Monetary Fund arrived in the dock of a Paris courtroom today as she braced herself to be formally charged with embezzlement and fraud.

Christine Lagarde’s humiliation is not only a massive personal blow which could lead to her resignation, but one which will plunge the world’s banking system into further ignominy.

The clearly nervous 57-year-old said nothing to reporters as she entered the Court of Justice of the Republic, a special tribunal set up to judge the conduct of France’s government ministers,  shortly after 8.30am.

Lagarde faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in jail if found guilty of the very serious charges.

It was when she was President Nicolas Sarkozy’s finance minister that she is said to have authorised a 270 million pounds payout to one of his prominent supporters, so abusing her government position.

The money went to Bernard Tapie, a convicted football match fixer and tax dodger who supported Lagarde and Sarkozy’s UMP party.

It came after Dominque Strauss-Kahn, another senior French politician, was sacked as IMF chief following allegations that he attempted to rape a chambermaid in a New York hotel.

Ms Lagarde began campaigning to succeed Mr Strauss-Kahn soon after his arrest for the alleged crime.

But now it is Ms Lagarde, a lawyer and retired synchronised swimming star, who is facing a long court process of her own, as well as a possible jail sentence.

The scandal will not only pile further shame on France’s political class, but worry politicians and bankers desperately trying to resolve the global financial crisis.

Mr Tapie, the former head of adidas in France, claims he was cheated out of millions by Credit Lyonnais bank when the sports kit empire was sold in 1993.

In 2007, Ms Largarde ended the epic dispute by ordering a panel of judges to arbitrate and, in turn, they awarded Tapie the damages.

Opposition MPs were furious, with former presidential candidate Francois Bayrou accusing Ms Lagarde of ‘dipping into the taxpayers’ pocket for a private beneficiary.’

Mr Strauss-Kahn’s Socialist Party also accused Ms Lagarde of improper conduct, pointing to the fact that Mr Tapie was a vocal supporter of Sarkozy.

Ms Lagarde’s lawyer, Yves Repiquet, said the inquiry was ‘in no way incompatible’ with her new job, and expected the case to be dismissed.

Ms Lagarde denies any wrongdoing, saying before today’s court appearance: ‘If it’s decided to continue with this inquiry it won’t be particularly surprising. Personally, it doesn’t worry me at all – I didn’t benefit personally’.

But it has been widely reported in the French media that investigators intend to charge her with fraud and embezzlement.

Le Monde said that magistrates had already written to Mrs Lagarde to tell her that she should not expect any special treatment because of her high-profile international job.

Leopold II of Belgium: Racism, Slavery, and Genocide in the Congo Wet

Overdracht Kongo 18 oktober 1908

Published on 2 Feb 2014

Congo White King, Red Rubber, Black Death part 1.avi

Part 2    Part 3   Part 4     Part 5    Part 6     Part 7     Part 8      Part 9    Part 10     Part 11

Uploaded on 21 Nov 2011

King Leopold II took over leadership of Belgium from his father, King Leopold I, in 1865, and in 1885, hoping to gain power and wealth as well as assuming control of overseas territories like most other European nations of the time, Leopold created, through political lobbying and military force, the Belgian Free State. Its name a grim irony, the Belgian Free State gave Leopold and his cohorts power over the African territory of the Congo, which he soon exploited for its large supplies of ivory and rubber — the latter an especially lucrative resource after the invention of the pneumatic tire. Leopold and his soldiers used the Congolese natives as forced labor, with those who refused to work for the Belgians or who violated their newly established laws punished by dismemberment, torture, or death; between 1885 and 1920, nearly ten million people were either slaughtered or worked to death in the Congo under Leopold’s rule. Leopold’s reign of terror in the Congo became a scandal during the last years of his rule, and he destroyed most of the documents pertaining to the Belgian Free State prior to his death; Congo: White King, Red Rubber, Black Death is a film which attempts to examine the king’s crimes with the evidence that still remains. Using interviews with historians, rare documents, and historical reenactments of Leopold’s atrocities, Congo: White King, Red Rubber, Black Death is framed by footage of an imagined trial with the king facing a jury for his crimes against humanity — crimes he was never charged with in his lifetime.