The “International Tribunal for Natural Justice” (ITNJ) began its “Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse” yesterday, to very little fanfare that we could discern.
We have already discussed the fact that the ITNJ seems to be made up almost exclusively of people with questionable backgrounds; that the person who will be acting as “Chief Justice” of the event has been stripped of his ability to practise law, partly on the basis that he claims the title of “Chief Justice” of the ITNJ; and that the ITNJ itself has declared that even in the event that it finds a person or organisation guilty of anything, it will simply have a gentle chat with them and hope they decide to go straight from then on.
Now, it seems that the Big Event, heralded with much fanfare and attractively official-looking stationery, has already started to fizzle.
A quick look at the ITNJ website reveals that despite having squeezed US$66,400 from the pockets of those gullible enough to believe that the organisation has any real meaning, the ITNJ has been forced to down-size its plans. Frankly, this is hardly surprising.
We noted a couple of weeks ago that one of the “Judicial Commission’s” organisers was scrambling to find a video professional who’d be willing to donate their services to the so-called Judicial Inquiry. As we pointed out at the time, anyone who’s ever been involved in setting up a large meeting will know that the basics—venue, A/V, filming, and so on—must be tied down months in advance.
It’s Westminster, but not what you think…
One of the many ways in which the organisers of this conspiranoid scam have tried to give it the shine of authenticity is to claim that their shindig will be held “at Westminster”. One might be forgiven for thinking that this means “at Westminster Palace, the historic architectural masterpiece and home of the Parliament” etc.
However, as one of our readers kindly confirmed, the ITNJ event is not being held in the very grand Westminster Hall, but in the much more modest “John Tudor” room of the Methodist Central Hall, located in Westminster.
A pleasant enough venue, but not exactly as advertised:
Our reader called the venue and confirmed that the ITNJ has the above room booked for the three days of the “Judicial Inquiry”.
But maybe we are too quick to judge
Just in case we were giving them undeservedly short shrift, we had a look at the ITNJ Twitter page. During important events, most organisations maintain a Twitter feed which helps inform those who are interested, share images of the event, and build a sense of excitement to entice more participants.
This is what we found on the ITNJ Twitter page:
The organisation claims to have a mandate “from the people”…all 42 of them?
And their most recent tweet, posted the day before the alleged Inquiry started, claims to offer a fascinating interview with certified conspiranoid nutter “Chief Counsel” Robert David Steele, whose wacky theories proved too much even for the redoubtable Alex Jones.
However, instead of talking about “eradicating human trafficking and pedophilia”, Mr Steele is offering a “Free 7 Day Viewing of ‘The Truth About Pet Cancer'”.
We don’t even know what to say about this, other than, “Dafuk?”
It’s never too late to donate
But never mind all that! Here’s the real meat of the ITNJ web page: a lovely array of children in various states of bondage, guaranteed to appeal to donors who are excited by such thoughts:
As the text indicates, these images are meant to be shared, shared, shared!
Because after all, even if the ITNJ isn’t really holding its Commission of Inquiry at the Real Westminster, and even if they are made up of con artists and New Age frauds, and even if they plan to free all the paedophiles anyway, there’s nothing quite like pictures of terrified-looking children who look as though they are about to be horribly abused to separate the dupes from their money.
And that’s really what it’s all about.