Case 56-2020: World Health Organization (WHO)
Act on WHO Confession
20 October 2020
The Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights confirms that a few days after being sentenced as Responsible for Negligence, Malpractice and Complicity with Crimes against Humanity, the WHO made a public confession in which it endorsed the position taken by Trump, Bolsonaro, the Buddhist Tribunal and thousands of other scientists, calling on governments to stop using quarantines as the main control method against the Coronavirus. Indeed, Dr. David Nabarro, who is in charge of the WHO in Europe, confessed that quarantine only makes people poorer, and that it can double world poverty and child malnutrition. Even Dr. David Nabarro showed concordance with the Great Barrington Declaration signed by the presidency of the Buddhist Tribunal.
On the other hand, the WHO Secretary-General Tedros Ghebreyesus, whose leadership has been unethical by being biased in favor of China, has immorally asserted that seeking herd immunity is not an option because it is contrary to ethics, and that the only option will be to continue with confinements. The Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights & International Buddhist Ethics Committee affirms that the only thing that is scientifically and ethically problematic has been the criminal leadership of the WHO and its Director who was in favor of the massive arbitrary arrests of millions of people, which constitute Crimes against Humanity.
Finally, in accordance with the position of the Buddhist Tribunal, the Argentine judge Alejandra Mauricio has ruled that the detentions of people violating quarantine is unconstitutional, since the deprivation of liberty is an attack against human rights guaranteed by the National Constitution and the International Treaties. At the same time, this Argentine judge has confirmed the Buddhist Tribunal’s thesis that in Argentina the course of the rule of law has been lost, which happened under the auspices of the WHO.
Always with spirit of reconciliation (maitri),
H.E. Master Maitreya Samyaksambuddha
President and Judge of the International Buddhist Ethics Committee & Buddhist Tribunal on Human Rights