Act on MISSION OF THE HOLY SEE TO THE UNITED NATIONS

Case No. 20/2016: United Nations (UN) & Secretary General Ban Ki-moon

Act on PERMANENT OBSERVER MISSION OF THE HOLY SEE TO THE UNITED NATIONS (UN)

On December 05, 2017, an Act of International Repudiation is written regarding the affirmations made by His Excellency Archbishop Bernardito Auza, Apostolic Nuncio of the Holy See in the United Nations (UN) and in the Organization of American States, who on October 30, 2017 has publicly endorsed the actions of the Peacekeeping operations of the UN, despite the fact that this organization has been sentenced by the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights for the crimes of GENOCIDE, CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY, WAR CRIMES, CORRUPTION, VIOLATION OF THE INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS LAW AND HIGH CRIMES AGAINST WORLD PEACE.

The Holy See has stated that it believes in the central role of the UN for the maintenance of international security and peace, even alleging that the UN Peacekeeping operations are an indispensable instrument and that it has contributed to the resolution of many armed conflicts. The Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights confirms once again that the Holy See is making complicit silence in the face of the most terrible violations of human rights, since it has been shown that UN officials have violated the ideals and principles of the organization, by systematically and widespreadly carrying out a framework of impunity for sexual abuse, human trafficking and sexual slavery of women and children, mass killings of civilians, sanctions or genocidal blockades, militarism and false humanitarianism.

The Holy See has stated that it emphasizes the protection of civilians on the part of the Peacekeeping operations of the UN, despite the fact that there is ample evidence that this organization has exterminated the lives of hundreds of thousands of civilians. The Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights confirms that the Holy See does not use its multimillionaire resources in the recognition and fight against the great evils of the world, nor does it carry out a diplomacy of prevention, mediation and reconciliation, but rather most of the times it becomes an ally of the powers in place, supporting the status quo even when genocides and crimes against humanity are committed such as those carried out by UN Peacekeeping forces. True Peace will never emerge from any kind of army, neither from corrupt politicians nor from pedophile religious ones, since True Peace emerges from the struggle against greed, hatred and deceit. In short, True Peace emerges from humanitarianism, love and Truth. Only through a Path of righteousness the world’s evils, such as war, injustice, ignorance and pollution, can be eradicated. This requires the world leaders, whether political or religious, not to support and not to contribute to international crimes, not being part of the evil to which they should fight. In this sense, instead of supporting the Peacekeeping forces of UN, the Holy See should request that this organization be brought before international justice, being duly investigated and condemned for the serious crimes it has committed against hundreds of thousands of defenseless people, mostly children, as has happened in Iraq, Haiti and Africa. As long as there is impunity in human rights violations committed by the rich and powerful, this world will be condemned to the Apocalypse. If the Holy See decides to ignore the Path of self-sacrifice for the Truth, Love and Justice developed by Master Jesus, this will have ethical and spiritual consequences that will remain in the memory of the entire humankind for thousands of years.

Always with a spirit of reconciliation (maitri),

Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha

President and Judge of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee and Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights

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