Case 40-2018: Japan & Prime Minister Shinzo Abe
Legal Act on Human-Animal Hybrids
On August 3rd, 2019, an Act of International Repudiation is made against the government of Japan, which has already been judged by the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights for the charges of Ecocide, Crimes against Nature, Violation of International Law, Violation of Buddhist Law, Violation of the Right to Sustainable Development and to Healthy Environment.This Repudiation is due to the fact that Japan has worsen its previous actions against life, since it recently approved the scientific experimentation on human-animal hybrids. Given that these acts are prohibited by the International Buddhist Law jurisprudence, as was established in the Salk Institute of Biological Studies Case, it is confirmed that the new actions of the Japanese government not only constitute Violations of the Animal Rights, but also are Crimes against Humanity, thus violating the intrinsic dignity of human life. In addition, as these experiments are allegedly under the pretext of creating human organs, such as was established in the Salk Institute of Biological Studies Case, it is confirmed that this argumentation is not truthful because there are already technologies capable of printing human organs artificially and with no need to manipulate DNA creating human hybrids. Clearly, the Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights has discovered that the three most capitalist countries of the world, such as USA, China and Japan, are initiating formerly prohibited experiments not in order to try to create organs for transplants, but they actually would give the first steps toward an infernal world: the creation of a new human species with animal DNA. In effect, this scenario would allow the capitalistic countries in the world to have a totally opressed and slave labor, as happened with Afroamerican and Jewish peoples, thus removing all dignity and human rights from this new human species. While this new hybrid species would not be immediately created, current Japanese criminal researches led by scientific Hiromitsu Nakauchi of Tokyo University would moving forward to achieve that perverse goal, allowing the existence of human cells within the brains of rodents.
The Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights denounces this illegal experimentation on the genetic heritage of humanity, at the same time it requires that in the event of the creation of a human-animal hybrid all the peoples of the world must concede full rights to such individual. The Buddhist Law will not keep complicit silence in the face of violations against bioethics.
Always with spirit of reconciliation (maitri),
Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha
President and Judge of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights