Grand Jury Proceeding by the Peoples´ Court of Public Opinion
Empowering Public Conscience through Natural Law
‘Injustice to One is an Injustice to All’
We, a group of international lawyers and a judge, hereby announce that we will
conduct a criminal investigation modeled after the United States Grand Jury
proceedings. This Grand Jury Investigation serves as a model legal proceeding to
present to a jury (consisting of the citizens of the world) all available evidence of
COVID-19 Crimes Against Humanity to date against “leaders, organizers, instigators
and accomplices” who aided, abetted or actively participated in the formulation and
execution of a common plan for a pandemic. Crimes to be investigated include all acts
performed or omitted by a person in pursuance of a common design to commit
Crimes Against Humanity, and all such criminal acts condemned in the various
communities of jurors around the world.
This investigation is of the people, by the people and for the people and will be
referred to as the ‘Peoples´ Court of Public Opinion. Having been unable to find a
court to hear the actual evidence in the current system´s courts of law, we are
undertaking this proceeding outside of the current system and based on natural law.
This, in turn is founded on the firm belief that every person can easily distinguish
between good and evil, and between right and wrong.
2 cents: always part of the plan. Promise no issues, quit fearing, quit being paranoid; and then when u have what u want, prosecute! persecute!
LINK (for full story and interview)
The Courage of Her Convictions: An Interview with Päivi Räsänen
It has finally happened: in a Western nation, a prominent politician is on trial facing fines or two years in prison for quoting the Bible in public.
For decades, religious conservatives have warned that the sexual revolution and Scripture were on a collision course. Society could be based on revolution, or revelation—but not both. If condemning homosexuality is, as LGBT activists claim, hate speech, then the Bible is filled with it. Still, the revolutionaries insisted that they believed in freedom of speech, and that those who pointed out the obvious logical conclusion of their long march through the institutions were fear-mongering paranoiacs.
No one knows this better than Finnish MP and former cabinet minister Päivi Räsänen, who is currently being tried for an alleged violation of Section 10 of the Finnish Penal Code. Specifically, Räsänen is charged with inciting hatred against LGBT people—a charge based solely on a 2004 essay in which she defended traditional marriage; a 2019 tweet critiquing her church’s support for Pride Month citing Romans 1: 24-27; and her defence in TV interviews and radio debates of the Christian view of sexuality. The fact that in several of these instances, she was invited explicitly to represent the Christian perspective on these issues has not prevented multiple criminal complaints, police interrogations, and finally, prosecution.