Pronouncement on INTERPOL

CASE 47-2018: Major Deepak Rao & Paramilitary group “Tao Zen Dojo” & Academy of Combat Fitness & UCCA Commando Combat Academy  & ICS Fight Club Institute of Combat Studies

Pronouncement on INTERPOL

November 25, 2018

Dear President Kim Jong Yang,

With regards to the message sent by Deepak Rao (uccamumbai@gmail.com) to Interpol,

First, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that based on numerous evidences of bad behavior and paramilitarism, Deepak Rao has received an ethical judgment within the Buddhist Community, reason why he and his organization were investigated and expelled as members of the United Buddhist Nations Organization (UBNO);

Second, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee continues to denounce that Deepak Rao is Responsible for Violation of International Buddhist Law, Violation of the Rights of Buddhist Peoples, Violation of the Buddhist Ethical Precepts, Fraud, Militarism and Crimes against Peace;

Third, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee manifests itself again about the Violation of Cultural Heritage that Deepak Rao has committed after fraudulently and publicly having called himself as Zen Master and Psychoanalyst, despite the fact that he does not possess any kind of knowledge in those disciplines, carrying out this same usurpation with the alleged possession of a Degree in Law;

Fourth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee denounces the fact that Deepak Rao leads a paramilitary group that teaches to kill people, which constitutes a High Treason against the Dharma, which is explicitly forbidden by the Buddhist Ethics and Law, being a Supreme Offense against the International Morality and the Sanctity of Life and a Violation of the Human Right to Peace as well;

Fifth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee denounces that Deepak Rao suffers from obvious symptoms of Paranoia, which has led the Committee to request the annulment of his honorary rank of Major in the Indian Army, since he has a series of absurd and delirious beliefs because he believes he is being a victim of an international conspiracy led by a Buddhist Master in order to defraud him, all of which emerged from a Zen Course where he refused to carry out a research project, so that the Interpol should be careful in following the delusions of persecution on the part of this individual with paranoid psychosis;

Sixth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that although Deepak Rao has questioned about the validity of the jurisdiction of the Buddhist Committee and Tribunal to the INTERPOL, both he himself and his organization have previously accepted the jurisdiction of the Buddhist Committee and Tribunal on several previous occasions, because when joining the UBNO they signed the UBNO Constitution, the Universal Declaration on the Rights of Buddhist Peoples and Spiritual Communities, and also the Internal Law of the Maitriyana Buddhist Community, and therefore in such legal instruments there is a validation of the jurisdiction of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee as a means of resolving conflicts;

Seventh, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that the UBNO Constitution clearly states that those Buddhist communities promoting violence will be considered as terrorist organizations, which is why it can be perfectly applied to the paramilitary organization of Deepak Rao, especially bearing in mind his constant attacks against the Buddhist cultural heritage and the integrity of the International Buddhist Community (Maha-Sangha);

Eighth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that the Buddhist Committee and Tribunal is protected by international human rights treaties, such as the 169th International Labor Organization (ILO) Convention on Indigenous and Tribal Peoples (1989), the Declaration of United Nations on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (articles 5, 34 and 40, of 2007), and the American Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (2016);

Ninth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that the Buddhist Committee & Tribunal is not a court of Criminal Law or Civil Law, but is a court of Buddhist Law and restorative ethical justice that follows the ancient model of Tribal Law, reason by which it does not require any kind of endorsement by the States in order to develop its Buddhist spiritual activities;

Tenth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that it expresses its total solidarity with INTERPOL faced with the kidnapping and disappearance of its former president Meng Hongwei, who was recently illegally detained in China, which merits rejection from the Human Rights organizations and the Buddhist Ethics;

Eleventh, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that INTERPOL should not fail to protect its own president, so it should not accept the alleged resignation of its former President Meng Hongwei, since this denunciation – like any kind of confession – it would be inadmissible since it happened in the context of an arbitrary detention and most certainly it would not even have been written by Meng Hongwei, which is a position of the Buddhist Committee and Tribunal that is also shared by Ronald Noble, former Secretary General of Interpol;

Twelfth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that INTERPOL should conduct an investigation against the Chinese authorities that have made this violation of Meng Hongwei’s fundamental rights and freedoms, since in case of providing impunity to China this would strengthen the illegal and undemocratic Path of totalitarian governments around the world, violating all the main ideas of Natural Law;

Thirteenth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that China is carrying out arbitrary detentions in a systematic and widespread way, even illegally detaining a million Uyghur Muslims in the Xinjiang region, also carrying out the forced disappearance of human rights activists and torture of prisoners, as was denounced by Human Rights Watch;

Fourteenth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that according to Human Rights Watch, INTERPOL has not responded to investigations showing that China abuses the use of Interpol red notices, harassing and detaining family members of political opponents or corruption suspects in order to force them to return to China and then be detained, even systematically using torture, which obviously means acts of extortion or illegal punishment against people for the alleged actions of others;

Fifteenth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that Xie Weidong, former judge of the Supreme People’s Court, has been harassed by the Chinese government in order to return from Canada, being extorted by means of illegal detention and torture of his family, as is the case of his sister and son;

Sixteenth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that China’s use of Interpol‘s red notices to persecute political dissidents would be a violation of Interpol‘s Article 4, which prohibits political intervention;

Seventeenth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that Interpol should have effective mechanisms to prevent its members from abusing the use of red alerts against political dissidents and human rights activists, especially if they are member States with corrupt justice systems;

Eighteenth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that Transparency International organization has studied the 7600 red alerts of Interpol in 2010, concluding that half of them come from the most corrupt countries in the world, while Freedom House organization concluded that 2200 red alerts came from countries that do not provide political rights or civil liberties;

Nineteenth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that the INTERPOL staff should be composed of officials who are experts in human rights and not mere government officials, because in this way it would prevent them from following the perverse way of realpolitik, which always puts political and economic interests over ethics and human rights, since it should be avoided betraying the commitment assumed by the INTERPOL Constitution to comply with the spirit of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights;

Twentieth, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that the Buddhist Tribunal has evidence that some member states of INTERPOL, such as Argentina, China, Eritrea, Iran, Myanmar, Pakistan, Syria, Thailand and Venezuela, are carrying out crimes against humanity with total impunity, which is why Interpol is required to conduct an internal investigation to determine if those members are committing violations of International Human Rights Law, which is obviously a violation of the Interpol Constitution;

Finally, the International Buddhist Ethics Committee confirms that in case that Interpol decides to pay attention to the delusions of the paramilitary leader Deepak Rao and decides to initiate legal acts against the International Buddhist Community (Maha-Sangha), this would be a profound violation of the rights of spiritual communities, and would also be a violation of Article 3 of the very Interpol Constitution, which prohibits the organization from carrying out any activity or intervention of a religious nature.

Always with spirit of reconciliation (maitri),

Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha

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

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