When we first started looking more closely at Sacha Stone’s “International Tribunal for Natural Justice” a few days ago, we noted its passing similarity to Kevin Annett’s “International Tribunal into Crimes of Church and State”.
As RationalWiki says,
With the ITCCS Annett attempts to mimic genuine international organisations, and is actually good enough at this to have fooled a few normal people (and a lot of raving conspiracy-prone nutters) into thinking there’s anything at all to this. He produces very nicely-formatted, official-looking documents and everything.
Mr Stone has somehow managed to slip under RationalWiki’s radar, but reading that site’s page on Mr Annett, one could be forgiven for thinking they were one and the same person.
Again, speaking of another of Kevin Annett’s
delusions creations, the “Tribunal into Crimes against Humanity”, RationalWiki notes,
In 2011, the powers that be apparently lost the ability to hold back the tidal wave force of the TCH, which was claimed by Annett to finally have convened in several world capitals globally (including Brussels, London and Ottawa), supposedly present in all these places at once to physically arrest the globalist heads of some vast conspiracy:
“After more than a year of preparation, a network of community-based Tribunals into Crimes against Humanity will officially convene in Brussels, London, Ottawa and other cities on September 15, 2011, armed with the power to arrest and sentence guilty offenders – including the Pope himself”.
Move over, ITNJ! Forget your paltry one-city show—Annett’s been there before you, in three cities at once!
Not quite a carbon copy
Aside from the pretensions of being an “International Tribunal” of any sort, we must say that we were impressed with the ITNJ’s graphic design, which looks all official-like, even down to the gold seal (or whatever that is), which looks like a cross between the U.S. Presidential Seal and the “Made in the EU” stamp.
Except possibly shinier:And the white peacock is a nice touch. What does it represent? No clue. But it looks rather regal, don’t you think?
And how about that Treaty?
Mr Stone’s graphic design skills extend further than making pretty magazines with peacocks, though. Here’s the ITNJ Treaty, which was supposedly “ratified” (by nations? No! By a ragtag group of scam artists, snake oil salespeople, and purveyors of new age woo with fancy titles!) at the 2015 meeting:
And when they say “Sign the Treaty Here” they actually mean “use this space for finger-painting”:
Freedom for paedophiles?
Here’s a surprising bit of trivia: in the above “commemorative issue” of the ITNJ’s 2015 treaty-signing shindig, they outline exactly how they plan to implement “natural justice” for wrong-doers (once they have taken over the government and judiciary)(which is to say, never):
So, for all those troofers out there who are salivating at the prospect of stringing up paedophiles and other criminals in a bloodlust-fuelled orgy of retribution for crimes or suspected crimes, fuggedaboudit.
The ITNJ will just sit the convicted criminal down for a little chat, explain to them that what they did was wrong, get them to apologise nicely and make amends, and that’ll be that. Convenient for some of the Hoaxtead mobsters’ friends and allies, we must say.
But first, could we get a few volunteers?
We were amused the other day to discover that while the ITNJ is claiming that it’ll be running its very grand-sounding Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse in three weeks’ time…they still haven’t quite managed to pin down some of the basic logistics which such events would normally demand.
For example, they’re still looking for someone in or near London who’ll be willing to run event’s audio-visual component, as well as filming the whole thing…preferably at little or no cost: Let’s just say that anyone who’s ever been involved in organising a meeting of this alleged importance would have tendered out the A/V and filming component months, if not a year or two beforehand. And they’d have been prepared to pay for it. Because, you know, quality. And reputation. And all that.
Of course, we don’t expect that any of the above will set off alarm bells for those who plan to attend—after all, many of them think that Neelu makes sense, so perhaps this will seem like a step up?