The ITNJ Launch – A Historic Initiative to Restore the Rule of Law

Written by Justin Deschamps

Edited by Julian Robles & Aaron Meileiac


Stillness in the Storm

Where ‘WE THE PEOPLE’ of the world restore justice and rule of law

WESTMINSTER HALL – Following the issue of the letters patent on the 14th Feb 2015 this ceremonial seating ratified and confirmed the ITNJ, where the program in relation to the hearing of cases and applications will be announced.

What is Justice? What is fairness? What is the rule of law? When, in the course of our lives we discover that we have been harmed by another, by what process do we seek to correct this harm, and ensure no other is also harmed? Justice is the answer to these questions, but what is Justice?

Some of the most fundamental questions human beings invariably ask themselves is “How do we deal with crime, lawlessness and injustice? Who is responsible for making it right, and how do we know that it is within the rule of law and truly the right thing to do?” The answer

to these questions is crucial to understanding who we and what role we must play in ensuring that our world is fair and sustainable for ourselves and future generations. We cannot delegate this task to others, for if it is to be a true and honorable form of justice, it must be cultivated within each individual.

The International Tribunal for Natural Justice is a body of knowledgeable, active and committed individuals seeking to act in harmony with the fundamental laws of the Universe; Natural Law. These laws are inherent, meaning they existed before humanity, and will continue to do so now and into the future. By seeking and gaining knowledge of these fundamental laws from experience, an awareness of objective morality can be developed [change to period]. A duty is placed on such individuals that recognize Natural Law to become agents for Natural Justice; the ITNJ seeks to be one of these agents. Humanity find’s itself living on a planet ravaged by deception, coercion and piracy, only the people themselves can take up innate responsibility to correct tyranny and injustice when it is discovered.


How can we as a people come to know Natural Justice, and once understood, how will we work together to ensure it is delivered fairly and honorably? The following will attempt to answer these questions and reveal why we are each empowered to govern ourselves and work in trust with others to ensure the rights of all people are honored.


The fundamental ‘rules’ of the Universe are known by many names and are written in many books; but all are reflections of objective Truth. The ITNJ is founded on the recognition of a logical or causal consequence of Natural Laws, present everywhere in existence and experience – moving from higher to lower. In order to understand why Justice is objective, and not the arbitrary whim of ‘authorities’ and government, we must understand the fundamental aspects of reality itself.

In analyzing the Natural Laws as a consequence of cause and effect, demonstrates how reality itself forms the basis of every lawful or legal system on Earth. For example the consequence of feeling hunger generates the desire to eat.

These laws will also help reveal the key factors for determining if justice is honorable and truly right or if it is an abomination and tyrannical. Justice, as we know it by being citizens of government, has become a subjective thing in a world of moral relativism. But objective morality, justice based on truth, honor and integrity is real, and it can be measured scientifically. And like any scientific process, we must set aside personal bias and belief in search of the truth.


THE TRUTH – is an objective singular reality, within which we move, breath and have our being. There is
but one Truth, yet infinite perspectives of that truth. As such, each individual has a unique perspective on the Universe by way of their awareness, desires and actions. While our perspectives are different, the truth remains the same – and is a unification of all points of view. Justice systems should adhere to the truth above all else; to seek for it, acknowledge it and act in honor of it.

A Primary aspect of Natural Law is free will. A personality, by nature of their existence in the Universe, has the right to choose: to agree and disagree, to observe and ignore even reality itself. We have an inescapable connection to all other objects or beings as an inherent property of existence. The reality of awareness and consciousness is described by the first of Seven principles for understanding Natural Law: Mentalism or awareness.

“I think therefore, I AM” – René Descartes

The fact that we have thoughts, desires and the ability to focus our attention is evidence for the existence of free will. Awareness is the ability to observe corresponding relationships with other things and beings, developing within as knowledge; recognition of a truth. The truth of existence – of life and free will – provides the basis for honor and harmony; that other beings have a right to agree and disagree as well.

Our freedom to choose and govern our lives is an inherent right, and any form of justice must acknowledge this reality. Freedom is what allows for morality and knowledge to be developed, leading to self governance within and honorable behavior with- out. When a society seeks to abrogate the rights of its people, when it seeks to suppress freedom and promote ignorance, it is by definition dishonorable and immoral; ensuring that the population will remain incompetent and create chaos by way of their incomplete knowledge.

The second principle of Natural Law is Correspondence, that all things are in a relationship with each other separated by a series of degrees. When we choose to observe something, awareness of it is developed and the objective relationships operating become known to us. For example, when an apple falls from a tree, we observe its motion towards the Earth, which some call gravity. This phenomenon does not require our recognition to function, but our knowledge of it empowers us to work with it to gain creative freedom. Similarly, experience and freedom slowly enhance the store of reflected knowledge within, progressively decreasing chaos as honorable choices are made.

The remaining 5 principles of Natural Law are the Consequences of Awareness, Correspondence and Free Will:

Vibration – all things are in motion.

Polarity – all seeming opposites are merely separations of degree, a point of view on a unified thing. (hot and cold, day and night, light and dark).

Rhythm – all things have their season, all vibrations move from extremes of expression (polarity) in cycles; night to day, fear to bravery, sadness to joy, uncon- sciousness to consciousness.

Causality – all effects have their cause, all causes have their effects; every action has consequences.

Gender – potentials inherent in all thing are made manifest by an activating force, a catalyst; awareness creates desire, expressed as motions and felt as emotions, which informs awareness.

Natural Justice is an acknowledgement of these fundamental aspects of reality, with Free Will as the cornerstone. When becoming aware of harm and violence (the dishonor potentialized by the existence of free will) a desire to take corrective action is developed – expressed internally as the search for knowledge and externally as the sharing of that knowledge along with defensive action. In other words, the observation of harm usually creates a desire to stop it, ideally without causing more harm as a result.

An acknowledgement of Natural law, within an individual, is a free will choice to harmonize with these inherent laws of nature, codified within the Declaration of Independence [of the United States]:

“We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.”


We are not alone in the Universe, what we choose to do, has an effect; our actions generate consequences, affecting other free will beings. As such, our choices create a ripple effect of co-creation in and around us,

an inescapable aspect of existence itself. While we can choose to ignore these effects they still exist as an part of The Truth. The embodiment of free will within individuals has the consequence of making relationships by way of their actions.

Trust is simply an acknowledgement of the Truth, established by two or more beings fully disclosing what they have become aware of via their experience. When our knowledge is accurately and fully disclosed, a Trust Relationship has been established, becoming the basis for an honorable Contract or creative undertaking.

When knowledge of the truth is withheld, obfuscated or distorted – the truth is dishonored and there is no trust. A recognition of breach of trust is widely accepted in society as mistrusting someone who has not been honest. Once we are able to recognize that another has misrepresented their knowledge; told a lie, actions can be taken to ensure their statements investigated more carefully. Ultimately, full transparency is the process of synchronizing or sharing knowledge between minds, forming the basis of a trusting relationship.

Therefore, full disclosure is not words written on paper (a notice), it is not an implied conclusion because someone ‘nodded their head’ or failed to speak up, it can be all those things but it must culminate in the reflection of one persons mental awareness (knowledge) recognized fully and completely by another; a meeting of the minds.

It is the duty of each individual to fully disclose their knowledge about a thing, as a result of their awareness, in order to establish trust. Failure to disclose this knowledge creates a moral culpability – harm, on the part of the non-disclosing party. In other words, the person who knows the truth, and chooses not to share it, harms another by attempting to manipulate the other’s awareness and as a result their ability to freely choose. Any time one person seeks to abrogate the free will of another, violence has been done. By contrast, when

one seeks to stop another from incurring violence by use of force, this is an honorable action, so long as due diligence has been done to educate the person acting in violence and offer them a chance to act honorably; so long is trust is always maintained.

Harm, or beach of trust, is what systems of justice are attempting to address. When injustice or harm is observed by anyone, they now have a moral duty to share the truth with all those affected so grievances can be addressed.



In Trust Law and by extension Equity or ‘Contract’ Law, sharing the truth one has gained in relation to a thing is described as full disclosure and transparency.

If an action is taken by one, and it affects another, the question becomes: ‘was this disclosed fully to ensure that the other freely chose to be so affected?’ If one notifies another of their intent to do something, was this notice acknowledged by the other and due diligence followed to ensure that the other did in fact acknowledge it within their mind?

Anytime our actions affect another being, there is a contractual relationship in place, requiring an establishment of Trust in order for the contract to be honorable and binding. Once two or more beings have garnered trust – are on the same page – they can work together to manifest a mutual interest, this is known as a Contract. The quality of trust established determines if harm or beach of trust has taken place.

The two pole’s of behavior in relationship to a Trust are honor and dishonor; truth vs falsehood, co-creation vs manipulation. In order for two minds to co-create with mutual interest, they must ‘be of the same mind ,’ they must share an equal awareness and understanding of the thing they are working to achieve in their minds. There must be trust between them.

If one has a nefarious intent, and misrepresents themselves or the goal in question (lies), they are not on the same page, and therefore there is no trust. Any time deception, coercion or manipulation are employed by one in relation to another, there is no trust and the person or persons performing these actions is dishonoring those who are affected by them; harming another by depriving them of choice – the very definition of injustice. Instead of honoring another’s inalienable right to freely choose, they seek to abrogate or ‘sidestep’ their free will by limiting or distorting awareness; by withholding knowledge of the truth.

Consent is the part of a Contract wherein beings freely exercise their choice to agree or disagree, known as Acceptance. Consent has two polarization’s: explicit and implied or tacit. Explicit consent is a verbal or written statement which represents an acknowledgement of the truth within another person’s mind. If the truth is not reflected in the minds of the person agreeing, no explicit consent was given, no trust was established and harm has been done. Tacit procuration or implied consent is an assumption that one agrees based on inaction or lack of explicit consent; after an action has already been taken.

Generally speaking, when we take actions based on an assumption that others ‘don’t mind or agree’, especially when we were capable of asking first, this is a dishonor- able contract and creates harm implicitly because free will was never able to act. Now these harmed individuals must take a defensive action, to make an explicit state- ment they do not consent to being affected in this way.


The free will of individuals acting in concert with others establishes the basis for collective agreements, these are known as societies, cultures and nations. When a people come together and agree to act in concert, the processes and procedures of this agreement are known as pro- tocols or rules. These are legal codes and polices of a nation or government, referred to as Statutes – which the citizenry has agreed to follow. When a policy officer (policeman) observes a citizen ‘not following the rules’ this is called a crime, requiring investigation as to who is responsible so charges can be filed against that person for adjudication; an attempt ‘to make it right’. It is presumed we agree to the rules, and the penalties for violating them. But since we did not explicitly consent, and these rules were misrepresented as obligations, there is the authorities are in breach of trust. Real harm might have occurred, but systems of justice today create more harm then the so-called criminals they claim to bring to justice.

In order for a code of conduct to be honorable – so called laws within governments and nations explicit consent must be provided by each citizen. This is a crucial aspect of justice which nearly every
government on Earth has failed to address. By presuming we consent, and taking actions that affect the people, they rob us of our right to choose. Even if the action taken by government is of benefit, harm has still be done, requiring justice.

Because implied consent is an assumption of agreement, a presumption that those affected know the truth, it is always a breach of trust to act on it and any resulting contracts are dishonorable; null and void at their creation. Governments the world over employ tacit or implied consent to rule the people. This is known as a de facto government, which gains consent by acquiescence or the inaction of the people to ‘stand up and say otherwise.’ It is the duty of honorable government to perform due diligence and ensure all those affected by it have freely exercised their right to choose. And it is the duty of the people to take defensive actions to restore the justice when harm has been done by government.


In order to understand why Natural Justice is superior to the present ‘justice systems’ on Earth, we must understand why governments have breached the public trust. A legitimate government gains explicit consent by the people meaning full disclosure of the truth and a venue to air grievances. This reality is reflected in the Declaration of Independence:

“…That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed”

Given the definition of honor above, Government is required to establish a public trust, based on full disclosure and explicit consent of all beings who are affected. However, on Earth there are no such systems of explicit consent, only bodies which act to provide benefits that were never duly agreed upon. They have failed in their duty to disclose the whole truth, and provide a venue for others to voice concerns (airing of grievances) facilitating negotiation for all involved to ensure that any action taken by the collective does not harm even one individual. A government can be legitimate and honorable if it acknowledges Natural Law, and the ITNJ seeks to begin this process of establishing a true form of Justice and taking defensive actions where needed.

Using this objective definition of Justice, derived from the causal consequences of Natural Law, there are no legitimate systems available for the task of holding illegitimate governments accountable. Democracy is a system of government wherein a majority can agree to over rule a minority, even when harm occurs; and is therefore dishonorable and immoral in it’s present day form. This is essentially what the justice system has done, and presumes that there is no Natural Law which it is beholden to. Moral Relativism, Might is Right – rules the day, a choice to ignore the fundamental aspects of reality itself.

Since the vast majority of people influenced by government do not stand up and rebut the presumption that they consent to be ruled, the government can assumes a mandate from the people. Further, implied contracts in the form of Drivers Licenses, Tax Forms and various other deceptive tools coerce the people into consenting. Authorities that fail to recognize Natural Law, assume they can author laws and enforce them on to the population as obligations. All of which is inherently dishonorable as it fails to establish a trust or honorable contract, harming every being affected.



The ITNJ is a collective of individuals from all walks of life. The fundamental unifying force behind this body is the acknowledgement of Natural Law and its causal consequences. The people in this body are lawyers, barristers, judges and many others. Those who once served the system of tyranny, now seek to correct it by honoring their duty to Natural law.

The goal of this organization is to hear grievances of the people and exercise a stopping force to end harm and violation of rights when it is observed. In essence, anyone who becomes aware of injustice (dishonor, breach of trust and harm) has a moral duty to stop it, and in doing so joins the ranks of enforcement for Natural Justice.

For example, if you observe someone in your town poisoning the only water supply, and fail to take action to stop it, you are now acquiescing to the harm of others. Conversely, by taking an action to stop harm when it is observed, justice is restored; you can tell everyone in the town the truth (establishing trust) and work with them to stop the person from poisoning the well.

The ITNJ will hear cases on a basis of scope and priority, establishing a judgement which seeks to honor all life on Earth. Once judgement has been rendered, individuals will take actions to end the harmful deeds of others.


When a case is brought before the Court, and due diligence has been carried out, a judgement will be made determining who is morally culpable (who caused the harm) and this will be presented to that person for adjudication. The redress of grievance will be effected by stopping the harmful actions and making an attempt to educate the guilty party as to the nature of their dishonorable conduct. Provided the truth is acknowledged by this party, any harm incurred would need to be repaired by way of a corrective action on their part, a new agreement of trust between this party and the aggrieved party who suffered harm.

The Primary goal of Natural Justice is to impart knowledge to any guilty party to address the cause of the harm itself. In cases where individuals refuse to acknowledge the truth, a force of action will be taken to prevent further harm, without also causing harm to the guilty party. This is an acknowledgement of the Principle of Self Defense unified with the Principle of Non-aggression.

No arbitrary penalties, prison sentences, fines or sanctions will be imposed on any guilty party.
Natural Justice is based on the premise of honor and trust, as such a harm incurred by one cannot be corrected by incurring harm back on them; ‘an eye for an eye’. The cause of harm is incomplete knowledge and/ or an unwillingness to honor the rights of others, as such the solution must be an attempt to offer the truth to such individuals, an establishment of trust.

Each living being on Earth has a duty to the truth, which if they fail to reveal by way of full disclosure, could cause harm to another. As such the enforcement of Justice is prolific and a moral duty for all beings on Earth. Each of us will become the agents of justice, once we have taken the time to understand the laws of nature and work with them.

When we see injustice being done (violence) and take actions to stop the harm and disclose this to the violating party (full disclosure); we offer them a chance to address the harm honorably. Natural Justice always seeks to honor others even when they seek to dishonor us.

In this sense, the ITNJ can serve as a grand venue to hear the grievances of all the people who have been harmed by corporations, governments or any other. Court cases will be transparent and public, freely available to all. Judgements will be presented to any guilty party by Attorney Generals who will issue notices, and begin the process of redress.



Because illegitimate governments gain consent of the people via acquiescence, an explicit agreement to the contrary will dispel any assumption and provide the ITNJ with a mandate from the people. This is a form of explicit governance or consent, an example of a truly sovereign government – free individuals cooperating to ensure no harm is done to another. In truth, we can not delegate our powers of choice to another by form of rep- resentation, unless an explicit statement has been made, and even then we must remain notified of any action taken on our behalf.

Essentially the ITNJ Treaty recognizes this fundamental aspect of Natural Law and Trust, and provides a direct venue for individuals to formally agree, beginning the process of redress on a global scale. The INTJ cannot function honorably without the consent of the people, and the Treaty provides a venue to gain that consent.


Many realize that the legal systems on Earth are used dishonorably and may assume that the ITNJ is part
of that system. But what makes these systems ‘bad’ is not names and words used but the failure to use them honorably and in truth. To ensure everyone affected really understands and agree’s to their meaning. As such one should not conclude just because a preceding is in London or someone uses the word attorney or legal, that they are also acting as an agent of the dishonorable system.

“By their deeds, ye shall know them”

The ITNJ is a group of individuals from within these defunct systems, as well as those outside it. Instead of seeking to replace these systems entirely, it will re-purpose or purify them from within. The fundamen- tal aspects of these systems are sound, the key point of dishonor is that they are used improperly, and like any tool, it can be used wisely or not. But the tool itself isn’t the problem.

Once a declaration of dishonor or harm has been issued to anyone in these organizations – the Temple Bar, the Department of Justice, the Jesuits, ad infinitum – and they agree to change, they will by their choice to honor the truth and Natural law, transform any such defunct body into an agent of Natural Justice. Essentially, they will infiltrate any dishonorable corporation or organiza- tion and transform it from within.

Many people who do not understand the principles of truth will find it difficult to understand how a lawyer or attorney can represent an agent for Natural Justice. But as we discussed above, any former agent of dishonor can be reformed. It is the duty of those who do understand to share their knowledge with others, and offer them the chance to acknowledge the truth and ‘switch sides.’

Government is a Latin word meaning ‘mind control,’ and many people assume that any form of government is an attempt to abrogate the free will of the people, and enslave them. But given the principles outlined above, what makes a government ‘bad’ is their failure to honor the public trust. As such, if a body who ostensibly serves the people does so with full disclosure and gains explicit consent, it is legitimate (de jure). When a people have complete knowledge of Natural Law and act in concert with it, they govern themselves (sovereignty) and work to ensure others have the chance to do the same. This is the definition of government, which is acknowledged by the ITNJ, that as individuals we have a duty to the truth, and as a collective we have a duty to ensure others rights are honored.

A Beacon of Light Leading Us Out of the Darkness of Corruption…..

Originally posted @ The Sovereign Voice


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