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My First United Nations Lawful Action

International Court of Justice

Year 2019

20 December 2019

Request for advisory opinion concerning the detachment of member states from the United Nation’s Charter and the consequential international damage to humankind that has pervaded Earth in its entirety.

(Bevon Rogers vs. United Nations, The Holy See, and Palestine)

           

            From the Statute of the International Court of Justice, Chapter IV, Article 65, paragraph one, “The Court may give an advisory opinion on any legal question at the request of whatever body may be authorized by or in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations to make such a request.”

            From the Charter of the United Nations, Chapter III, Article 8, “The United Nations shall place no restrictions on the eligibility of men and women to participate in any capacity and under conditions of equality in its principal and subsidiary organs.”

            I am authorized by virtue of the Statute of the International Court of Justice and the Charter of the United Nations to request an advisory opinion as myself, Bevon Rogers, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, A Sovereign Nation within the United States, of which I also hold citizenship. I accept the jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice to hear my legal question in accordance with the rule of law, and seek deliverance of an advisory opinion to all parties within the scope of this inquiry.

            My question is this: What does a human do when the world around him has forgotten what happiness is, what freedom feels like, and accepts corruption, undermines the rule of law in every capacity, destroys the fabric of our society, and the only hope of salvation is to hold onto the law, believing in the power of God, and trusting that humankind will come back and remember that we are beings of peace, enlightenment, and that we are all connected in this existence and the only way we will survive is to govern ourselves through a strict adherence to the Charter of the United Nations, the Statute of the International Court of Justice, and God, the creator of this world, but no one will enforce these natural obligations?

Thuycdides was an Athenian historian who wrote the History of the Peloponnesian War; he did so as a scientist and reached deep into the human psyche during the war in 411 BC in order to explain how the war came about and described in detail the events surrounding the conflict. I quote the ancient general: “happiness through freedom, freedom through courage”. When the United Nations Charter was ratified in 1945, the courage of our states collectively earned our freedom, and from our freedom, our happiness. In 2019, the member count is 193, with two non-member observers with privileges; but we are not happy, we are not free, and our only remedy is courage.

            Courage of a different nature is necessary; the only difference between the time of Thuycdides and the current year 2019 is that we have been bound together by a sacred oath to continuously strive for peace, to protect the inalienable rights of all humans, and to treat our neighbors as our family. The courage we need to observe happiness does not come from facing death and conquering evil; that has already been accomplished. The courage we need is to turn back to our sacred oath and protect humankind to ensure that we have the opportunity to live a life of joy without fear, oppression, confusion, hunger and illness. Humankind must be courageous in opening their hearts and their minds to the truth of the law written with the blood of the world and to accept that law with every ounce of their being; not to defy or circumvent the law, but to respect and cherish the law of this world. Then, and only then, will our courage give us freedom, and that freedom give us happiness.

            It is unnecessary to damage reputations by citing offense after offense after offense. I will not dishonor the Court with frivolous banter. I will say that we have two non-member observers with privileges and all 193 members of the United Nations that signed more than a membership waiver, but an oath to humanity and it is up to our leaders to honor this Charter without deviation, to honor the governmental structure within the state, and to respect Justice. This is a requirement, not an option or a choice. To defy the law of this world is to defy the law of physics; the fundamental code which encapsulates our entire existence. To defy the law of this world is to cease to exist.

            Whether we are cognizant of this truth or not, we remain multidimensional in nature; we have a past, a present and a future, always until otherwise. This gives us unlimited power to shape our reality because at any moment in time, the decisions we make affect our future, and our past in relation to the actions at present. This transcends our state boundaries and is homogeneous among humankind; every single human being on Earth is capable of choosing to exist according to law and shape our future exactly how the Charter of the United Nations intended; we will then instantly begin correcting the past. With one unanimous decision, our future will be saved, our past will be healed, and our present will be happy and free.

            So what is a human to do who knows these truths, loves his people unconditionally, and is trying desperately to bring humankind back to the truth, all in the pursuit of global peace, happiness, and freedom, so that we can enjoy the fruits of life together, through honoring the oath we made for the enrichment of all posterity?


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