IoJ organization is recognized as an interested and relevant stakeholder in pandemic preparedness and response by the World Health Organization, HHS OGA, FDA and the UN human rights council. They all want SDG’s but wont abide by SDG 16: Peace, justice and strong institutions! We aim to change that and create a new oversight system by the people.
Through a series of dedicated and strategic actions including FOIA’s and court filings, is our intention to reform or abolish “The Health Monopoly” (UN, WHO, FDA, CDC, EMA, and strict regulatory bodies that corruptly defraud member states and humanity in public health guidance and procurement international investment agreements) as well as hold them all responsible for cessation and reparations for the many, many covid-19 international wrongdoings.
We work tirelessly, 8 days a week, to educate and defend human rights under the written civil, natural hermetic and unwritten common laws.
Interest of Justice is a private International law and civics institute headquartered in Costa Rica that helps the Global Community of Citizens ensure government accountability to the people. Our mission is safeguarding the interest of the international community as a whole and to give effect to the letter and intent of the supreme international law, it’s peremptory norms and customs.
Rule of law is our biggest strength and the oppressors biggest weakness. Do not join them. Expose & report them in court, to your Legislative Assembly, Omsbudsman, Attorney General and to your national competent authorities!
NEVER FORGET THE POWER OF RULE OF LAW. ITS THE ETERNAL EQUALIZER.
INSTITUTE Not to be confused with institution. An institute is an organisational body created for a certain purpose. They are often research organisations (research institutes) created to do research on specific topics. An institute can also be a professional body, or an educational unit imparting vocational training—see Mechanics’ Institutes. The word “institute” comes from a Latin word institutum meaning “facility” or “habit”; from instituere meaning “build”, “create”, “raise” or “educate”.