Letter of Intent - The International Criminal Court 2011

We believe civilized nations must be governed by one unified set of laws: the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is one set of such laws.

We believe that the Commonwealth of Australia has violated much if not all of the Rome Statute, by creating conditions of life with the intent to destroy, amounting to Genocide, and Crimes against Humanity; against Indigenous and Aboriginal peoples; against immigrants and against refugees.

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To the Secretary General,
The United Nations,
The International Criminal Court,
"To distrust the judiciary marks the beginning of the end of society", Honoré de Balzac

We, the Australian people, believe in the Rule of Law.

We believe civilized nations must be governed by one unified set of laws: the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC) is one set of such laws.

We believe that the Commonwealth of Australia has violated much if not all of the Rome Statute, by creating conditions of life with the intent to destroy, amounting to
Genocide, and
Crimes against Humanity
against Indigenous and Aboriginal peoples,
against immigrants,
and against refugees.

We believe there is collusion between the Commonwealth of Australia Executive, the Judiciary and the Parliament to pervert the rule of law, and international treaties:

• International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights
• International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination
Which are enforceable under local laws:

- Australian Human Rights Act 1986 (Cth), formerly Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission Act 1986 (Cth)
- Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), inter alia.

We believe that the Northern Territory National Emergency Response, the NT intervention, is a classic case of abuse of legal process and judicial immunity, in order to deprive the Indigenous and Aboriginal peoples of Australia, legal rights and access to the law(s), namely the Racial Discrimination Act 1975 (Cth), the Australian Human Rights Act 1986 (Cth), in addition to the Evidence Act 1995 (Cth).

We realise the United Nations and the International Criminal Court cannot solve all of the world’s problems, however, we believe that the UN and the ICC should hold nations accountable for being signatories to international treaties, and agreements. Commonwealth of Australia is one nation who has deferred much of its criminal jurisdiction pertaining to genocide and crimes against humanity, to the ICC.

If there is to be a new world order, it must come from a unified set of laws for all nations, and not ad hoc application of the rule of law, as a political tool. First-world nations should be shown as lawful examples for the rest of the developing nations.

We urge the United Nations and the ICC to reply to case OTP-CR-415/09, in the proper manner that the mandate, given to the ICC, dictates.

We urge the United Nations and the ICC to reveal to the Australian people, whether the Commonwealth of Australia is a legitimate sovereign nation, rather than a British Colony, that should not be included in the United Nations Organization.

The Australian people deserve a fresh Constitution, free from past injustices and crimes, of genocide and crimes against humanity.

"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge" Stephen Hawking

We, the undersigned, agree with the above statement(s), and letter of intent.

We give permission for the Indigenous and Aboriginal Genocide Centre
PO BOX 1007
Springvale, Australia 3171

to send our signed agreement to the United Nations and the International Criminal Court.

The Indigenous and Aboriginal Genocide Centre has in return given assurance that it will notify us of further action, which would require our further consent.

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