Two-Row Justice
v.
United States/World Court

Nov. 19, 2018. For over 20 years we, sovereign onkwehonweh, exhausted the court system all the way through to the Supreme Court of the United States. [Jones v. Parmley 17-928]. Over 100 of us were viciously attacked on May 18, 1997, by the New York State “Indian Detail” on Onondaga land. Our human rights were violated at all levels of the court system [Federal Trial Court, Federal Appeals Court and Supreme Court]. The only corporate court left is the World Court, The International Court of Justice, at The Hague.

 

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According to the UN Charter and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, we original peoples of the world have special standing in the International Court of Justice at The Hague.

This Declaration is designed for us to tell the world about the history of continued genocide of indigenous peoples.

We found that instead the UN and World Court gives no rights to the indigenous peoples, as though we do not exist. When we tried to file our case, the door closed, contrary to their Charter and Declaration which provides us with sovereign self-determination.

The World Court and the UN have built an impenetrable wall that prevents us from filing our Application. We do not exist as a natural peoples, only as meaningless words on a piece of paper.

This means that the corporate states, the UN, and the World Court are refusing to enforce our right to seek a remedy for human rights violations.

They set a limit for how far we can take our grievances, thereby protecting corporate states from being charged and found guilty of human rights abuses.

No one will talk to us, except for one email informing us we have no right to file our Application:

SEE BELOW “LETTER TO INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS” AND “WORLD COURT RESPONSE TO LETTER TO INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS”.

Our birth makes us a free peoples with natural human rights provided by creation. We have a right to speak for ourselves according to the UN Charter and Declaration of the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

The entire application is posted for the people of the World to review and help us file this case at the World Court in The Hague. We seek a hearing before the World Court, we anticipate a directed verdict in our favor, and for the UN’s own Declaration to be enforced. If they refuse to give the indigenous peoples of the world relief from human rights abuses, then the World Court and the UN are frauds.

We will rely on our own natural rights as provided by creation.
Your comments would be greatly appreciated.

LETTER TO INSTITUTE PROCEEDINGS

From: kahntineta Bear [kahentinetha2@yahoo. com]. Sent: 23 October 2018 19:24.

To: FORUM Indigenous Permanent; Information Department. 

Subject: Application to institute proceedings. 

Mr. Philippe Couvreur, Registrar, International Court of Justice, Peace Palace, Carnegieplein 2, 2517 KJ The Hague, The Netherlands. Secretariat of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (SPFII), Division for Inclusive Social Development (DISD), Department of Economic and Social Affairs (DESA), United Nations Secretariat (29th Floor), 405 E 42nd Street, New York, NY 10017. October 23, 2018.

Sekhon to the Registrar of the International Court of Justice at The Hague and the Secretariat of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues: We are 15 sovereign onkwhehonweh, original native peoples [indigenous] of the rotinoshonni [Iroquois Confederacy], of turtle island [North America]. Please advise us on how to file and serve our Application Instituting Proceedings against the United States, and provide us with a person who we may telephone regarding this. Thank you for your assistance. Onen, Kahentinetha, Box 991, kahnawake [Quebec, Canada] J0L 1B0 kahentinetha2@yahoo.com 

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International Court of Justice

Application Instituting Proceedings Onondaga 15 v. United States

Request for Justice and Truth in the Case by 15 sovereign onkwehonweh, indigenous peoples [the original native peoples of turtle island (North America)] of the rotinoshonni, Iroquois Confederacy, concerning Injustice and Untruth in the United States through No Equal Justice Under Law in the United States, No Due Process in the United States, and No Fair Hearing / No Fair Trial in the United States.

Andrew Jones (sovereign), Robert E. Bucktooth, Jr. (sovereign), Cheryl Bucktooth (sovereign), Robert Bucktooth III (sovereign), Debby Jones (sovereign), Karen Jones (sovereign), Nikki Jones (sovereign), karoniakata Jones (sovereign), Shawn Jones (sovereign), kahentinetha (sovereign), dyhyneyyks, aka Alfred Logan, Jr. (sovereign), tekarontake, aka Paul Delaronde (sovereign), Ross John (sovereign), Ronald Jones, Jr. (sovereign), Nadine O’Field/Ganonhweih, fka Nadine Bucktooth (sovereign), aka Onondaga 15, Applicants, v. United States, Respondent.

The following links are documents included in the Annexes to our Application set forth above.

The links are included here for easy access to review these documents separately from the Application.

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