Earth Ministry of Justice

Home ] Up ]



Charter of the Earth Community

Earth Ministry of Justice


Introduction
Mission
Values
More about the Earth Ministry of Justice
Earth Court of Justice

Introduction


The people of the Earth Ministry of Justice work to ensure that Citizens of the world enjoy a justice system that is fair, accessible and efficient. We help the Earth Government to develop policy and to make and reform laws as needed. At the same time, we serve all Citizens of the world by acting as the Government's law firm.

The Earth Ministry of Justice staff provides legal advice to the global ministries and agencies, and is responsible for most of the Government's litigation work.

The Department of Justice strives for excellence in the practice of law. It is a leader internationally and at the forefront of legal issues that are relevant to the daily lives of the citizens of the world - issues such as human and Earth rights and public security.

Our commitment is to reach all Citizens directly and ensure that your values are reflected in the work we do.

MISSION


The Mission of the Earth Ministry of Justice is to:

* support the Earth Minister of Justice in working to ensure that the world is a just and law-abiding society with an accessible, efficient and fair system of justice;
* provide high-quality legal services and counsel to the Earth government and to client departments and agencies; and
* promote respect for rights and freedoms, the law and the Charter of the Earth Community.

VALUES


People
The Earth Ministry of Justice's strength comes from all members of the organization, who are committed to working together on the basis of mutual trust, support and respect.

Integrity and fairness
As public servants supporting the Earth Minister of Justice, we are committed to respecting and obeying the law and upholding the highest standards of integrity and fairness.

Service

We aim for excellence and constructive contributions in serving our Minister, the government and our clients.

Earth Court of Justice


The formation of the Earth Court of Justice to hear cases and to prosecute those nations, corporations, communities, individuals who commit crimes such as:

* nation states
* national political and military leaders accountable for violations of international humanitarian law
* 'core' crimes of genocide
* crimes against humanity and human and Earth rights
* war crimes
* crimes with significant impacts perpetuated against the life-support systems of the planet (for instance wars and use of weapons of widespread destruction are listed under this category)
* crimes related to the relentless misused of the Earth resources
* environmental crimes
* social crimes as the Court may see apply
* crimes stemming from the global ministries

The Court will also be asked to decide on

* the formation of a new nation in the world,
* on disputed lands between nations,
* the de-institutionalization of market speculation, and
* the annulment of the debt of poor or 'developing' nations as the loans are actually a form of global tax given by the rich nations to the poorer ones. The IMF and World Bank loans are called taxes from the rich nations paid to the 'developing' nations; these loans/taxes are really a method of raising global taxes, of redistributing incomes to the poorest communities, of providing debt-free technical assistance to non-industrial and 'developing' countries to help them out of poverty and to meet environmental and social standards. These loans/taxes are not to be paid back to the rich nations.

The Court decides in accordance with:

* the Scale of Human and Earth Rights,
* the belief, values, principles and aspirations of the New Age Civilization of the 3rd Millennium,
* international treaties and conventions in force,
* international custom,
* the general principles of law, and
* as subsidiary means, judicial decisions and the teachings of the most highly qualified publicists.

Back to top of page  

 

 

Home ] Up ]

Copyright 2002 Global Community WebNet Ltd.