RESOLUTION on Corruption and Hate Speech

CASE 29-2017: WORLD PEACE PRIZE AWARDING COUNCIL (WPPAC)

 

RESOLUTION on Corruption and Hate Speech

 

Dear Rev. Dr. Han Min Sue,

We confirm the receipt of the WPPAC message, deciding to support again the criminal behaviors of Wan Ko Yee and Bhaddanta Kumarabhivamsa, which reaffirms again the charges of Complicity with Violations against the Buddhist Cultural Heritage and Complicity with Crimes against Peace;

We confirm that the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights, as evidenced by internal laws, is an International Organization, which means that it is not a state body, being regulated both by the millenary system of Buddhist Law and by the system of International Human Rights Law, especially having indisputable legality from the International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention No. 169 on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, these being international  instruments of which USA is a signatory country;

We confirm that the International Buddhist Ethics Committee and Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights is part of the system of tribal governance of the Buddhist Community, just like in the USA there are more than 600 tribes with their respective non-state government systems;

We confirm that the legal system of Buddhist Law is 2600 years old, being the oldest system in the world, so its defense of ethics and peace has legitimacy and legality under International Customary Law, whereas WPPAC has only 28 years of existence as movement;

We confirm that if the International Buddhist Ethics Committee and Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights were regulated by the State then it would be a non-international organization, nor would it be a Buddhist organization, since any genuine government of the Buddhist community should never be attached to any State;

We confirm that the WPPAC is destroying all its ethical legitimacy, for it is supporting criminals, awarding with peace prizes to Wan Ko Yee scams and also rewarding crimes against humanity carried out by Bhaddanta Kumarabhivamsa;

We confirm that WPPAC, if it is genuinely a peace organization, should not only cancel the prizes awarded to both criminals, but also should not support and denounce the genocide carried out by Myanmar and Aung San Suu Kyi;

We confirm that the fact that Suzi P. Leggett on behalf of WPPAC allegedly has required the US Congress to initiate an investigation against the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights, demonstrates not only the WPPAC‘s decision to break the reconciliatory and cordial bond with our international organization, but it also shows a level of persecution against the individual human right to freedom of expression and the collective human right to self-determination and cultural governance of our Buddhist Community;

We confirm that the decisions of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee and Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights are legal within the Buddhist Law, which is a juridical tribal system under the International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention No. 169 on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples and the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples;

We confirm that Suzi P. Leggett‘s accusation on behalf of WPPAC when saying that the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights is a “scam with malicious motives,” constitutes Hate Speech fraught with discrimination and ethnocentrism, which is a violation of human rights, especially against the human right to peace;

We confirm that the accusation of Suzi P. Leggett on behalf of WPPAC alleging that the Presidency of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights “has no official recognition within Buddhism” is slanderous and defamatory, taking into account the recognition received by the United Buddhist Nations Organization, which is the second largest Buddhist institution in the world;

We confirm that Suzi P. Leggett appears to be unaware that a peace prize has been given to Bhaddanta Kumarabhivamsa, which makes such award is devoid of internal legitimacy;

We confirm that the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights does not want to turn WPPAC into its subsidiary, but rather to teach and correct those who are wrong, which is the mission of every Buddhist master, even though Suzi P. Leggett considers this spiritual education as “immoral and shameful”;

We confirm that all WPPAC members who voted for the award given to Wan Ko Yee  have been deceived on false premises, as this individual has created false autobiographies and false spiritual acknowledgments for the perverse purpose of selling paintings, thus constituting an act of Fraud;

We confirm that San Gabriel Valley Tribune‘s journalists Jason Henry and Steve Scauzillo have publicly stated that when Wan Ko Yee was wanted by Interpol to arrest him his followers spent roughly $120,000 on lobbyists over the past 10 years to get recognition from Congress for him”;

We confirm that it should be demonstrated that Suzi P. Leggett or her congressman husband did not received money from the followers of Wan Ko Yee, since otherwise this would constitute a terrible case of corruption and organized crime;

We confirm that if WPPAC cancels the illegal prizes awarded to Wan Ko Yee and Bhaddanta Kumarabhivamsa this will not prove that they are “a low class and irresponsible organization” as Suzi P. Leggett mistakenly claims, but it will actually demonstrate that WPPAC has self-criticism and humility, not being “a scandal” but rather an act of peace and justice;

We confirm that Suzi P. Leggett‘s message makes a fraudulent and misleading assertion when stating that Wan Ko Yee has “tremendous influence in the field of Buddhism”, thus being a lie the fact that he has acknowledgments of Buddhist lineages and traditions, since he is nothing more than a scammer who violates and usurps the Buddhist Cultural Heritage to earn millions of dollars, which constitutes an unprecedented Fraud in the history of Buddhism;

We confirm that to say that Wan Ko Yee “was supported by 28,000 Buddhist organizations” are fake news as deceitfully stated by Suzi P. Leggett, to whom we publicly challenge to submit evidence of the alleged and non-existent list of 28,000 Buddhist organizations supporting this criminal;

We confirm that what we disclosed regarding this Fraud committed by Wan Ko Yee and supported by Suzi P. Leggett does not constitute an insult to the WPPAC members at all, because it is sincerely aimed at providing aid to your organization, since furthermore only someone who is corrupt and has been bribed with money might feel an act of transmission of Truth as insulting;

We confirm that Suzi P. Leggett‘s statement on behalf of the WPPAC accusing the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights to be engaged in “ideological terrorism (…) and disruption to a peaceful society” is a very dangerous statement, being a serious threat to peace and a violation of human rights, especially during a time when terrorist groups are persecuted and killed internationally;

We affirm that Suzi P. Leggett‘s statement on behalf of WPPAC threatening to take legal action against the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights and accusing this humanitarian organization of Buddhist Law of being “swindlers” is not only a manifestation of violence and hatred, but is also an evidence of fear of the Truth;

We confirm that Suzi P. Leggett‘s statement saying that if the WPPAC annuls the award given to Wan Ko Yee “What would it be like to have 28,000 Buddhist organizations take legal action against [WPPAC]” and that “that will be the end of WPPAC !” is not only an act of corruption and a scandalous lie because these organizations are fictitious, but it is also a threatening act of manipulation against WPPAC’s President, who has publicly thanked the ethical assistance of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights;

We confirm that the whole message of Suzi P. Leggett on behalf of WPPAC, because of its degree of hatred and delusion, does not correspond to the proper ethical behavior that any member of such organization should have, demonstrating once again that WPPAC incorrectly gives peace prizes to people who do not deserve it, since she has received a peace prize as well;

We confirm that it is formally requested that in a term of no more than 5 days the WPPAC publicly apologizes to the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights for the disastrous misconduct of Suzi P. Leggett, who has attempted against the dignity of our Buddhist Community;

We confirm that in case of not receiving appropriate public apologies for the illegal acts of Suzi P. Leggett then new legal charges will be initiated against WPPAC under the legal procedures of Buddhist Law;

We confirm that the International Buddhist Ethics Committee and Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights will not allow criminals to destroy Buddhism, such as swindlers and genocidal people do, because if one were able to lose one’s life for this struggle, one should remember that every Buddha is always willing to self-sacrifice for the sake of Peace, Justice, Truth and Reconciliation, such as Siddhartha Gautama and Jesus of Nazareth did it.

 

October 5, 2017

Governing Council of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights

 

 

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