Case No. 20/2016: United Nations Organization (ONU) & Secretary General Ban Ki-moon
Proclamation on UN Corruption
March 8th, 2018
The International Buddhist Ethics Committee and Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights,
Recalling that United Nations (UN), led by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, was condemned by the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights for the serious charges of Genocide, Crimes against Humanity, War Crimes, Corruption, Violation International Human Rights Law, and High Crimes against Peace;
Considering that many of the Crimes against Humanity and War Crimes committed by the United Nations (UN) include exploitations, human trafficking and systematic and widespread sexual abuses, which have continued during 2017 when 40 new cases were reported;
Concerned enormously by the cases of sexual abuses undermining the foundational values and principles of the international body;
Deploring that the United Nations‘ official, the lawyer Alfred de Zayas, who has ties with the Cuban government, scandalously stated that in Venezuela there is no humanitarian crisis and that this idea would be imposed by the USA in order to overthrow Maduro’s regime, ignoring that Venezuela is faced with one of the worst catastrophes of refugees in the world, being a crisis as strong as those in Syria and Myanmar;
Analyzing that in 2006 the Dalai Lama Tenzin Gyatso expressed critically that in order to stop poverty and armed conflicts, there would be an end of the corruption and antidemocracy existing at the highest levels of the United Nations (UN), which would be an international institution that would yield to the arrangements of the great nuclear superpowers, which usually control other nations through the UN Security Council;
Taking into consideration that Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, acknowledged that the UN has not done enough early to avoid the horrors that are happening in Burundi, Congo, Myanmar, Syria and Yemen, which would have become prolific slaughterhouses of human beings;
Examining that Zeid Ra’ad al Hussein, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, accused the permanent members of the UN Security Council of being responsible for so much suffering in the world;
- Absolute solidarity is expressed to the thousands of victims who have been killed and raped by the military and civilian members of the UN.
- It is declared that crimes against humanity committed by the UN are not outside International Law, so that impunity must be immediately resolved.
- UN is condemned for committing High Violations of the Rights of children and women, as it has continued to commit torture and physical and psychical harm to hundreds of the most defenseless people in the world.
- It is confirmed that the UN not only continues to hold corrupt officials, but it is also a structurally tyrannical and undemocratic system that allows a handful of governments to control the fate of the rest of humanity.
- It is stated that the UN cannot and must not behave like a non-governmental organization, since it has vast political and economic resources, so it should not only present reports of human rights violations, but should also immediately judge genocides by using all the tools of International Law in order to create a world of peace, justice, education and ecology for all.
- It is stated that as long as the UN does not fulfill its function, the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights will have more and more humanitarian importance in the world.
- The teachings of Siddhartha Gautama are recalled as well as the Maitriyana Spirituality, whose compassionate wisdom has the ability to save humanity through supreme ethical leadership.
Written two thousand six hundred years after the founding and independence of the Great Buddhist Nation.
President and Judge: H.E. Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha