Dr. Rath Health Foundation

Dr. Rath Health Foundation

Responsibility for a healthy world Dr. Rath Research Institute 100+ Studies Published In PubMed

Dr Rath outside the ICC building in The Hague
 

Peace and Health Congress "The Hague Tribunal"

At the beginning of the third millennium mankind stands at the crossroads. On the one hand are the interests of six billion people currently inhabiting our planet - and of all future generations - who wish to live a dignified and healthy life in a peaceful world. On the other hand is a small corporate interest group denying the whole of mankind these basic human rights for one reason only - financial gain.

In this situation, we, the people of the world, have the choice: we either continue accepting the yoke of those investment industries forcing wars and diseases upon us or we liberate ourselves with all peaceful means available from these burdens and start building a world determined by the principles of peace, health and social justice.

The Hague Tribunal on June 14th and 15th 2003 will be the platform from which the initiatives necessary to achieve these aims are launched, finally liberating mankind from the stranglehold of the pharmaceutical “business with disease” and consequently helping to protect us all from the war plans of the Bush Administration.

The people of the world and their elected governments have to wake up to this situation. The Bush Administration openly propagates the escalation to a new world war. And they will do it, unless the people of the world stop them. Since they cannot be stopped militarily without risking a world war, they need to be stopped with two other means available: economic and political means.

The economic means are a blockade of the pharmaceutical ‘business with disease’ by refocusing the national health care systems of nations worldwide on natural health and by refusing to pay the patent fees on a small amount of pharmaceutical drugs that may still be needed - for example antibiotics.

The Hague Tribunal will call for the adoption of “The People's Agenda” a Constitution for a New World of Peace, Health and Social Justice for All. Adoption of this new Constitution will overturn the pharmaceutical cartel, the Bush Administration and help to stop World War 3.

The political means are legally important and must be tackled without delay. The people of the world have to force their governments, by all peaceful means available, to start formal proceedings against the Bush and Blair administrations for committing war crimes and violations of human rights. The Rockefeller Cartel, the financial group behind both the petrochemical and pharmaceutical industries, prompts and supports the actions of the Bush and Blair administrations. Many key members of these administrations are also members of The Rockefeller-financed Trilateral Commission. The interest groups behind the pharmaceutical ‘businesses with disease’ and behind the escalating war strategy are the same. They are equally culpable and must be brought to justice. The Court for these violations to be brought to and dealt with is the International Criminal Court in The Hague, The Netherlands.

The Hague Tribunal will call upon governments to submit a formal complaint against Bush, Blair and the financial interests behind the ‘business with disease’ to the International Criminal Court in The Hague for starting and conducting a war against all international laws; for mass murder; exploitation; plundering of public and private property and other crimes against humanity.

If we, the people of the world, and the governments of 192 countries will let Bush and Blair and the Rockefeller Cartel and the members of the Trilateral Commission get away with terrorizing the world with illegal wars - without holding them responsible - then the United Nations, all its legal framework of International Law and the entire UN Court System is worth nothing any longer.

Either we, the people, allow these forces to bring our planet into an abyss, or we take control now. Of course we, the people, may have to drag our governments along to initiate a formal complaint in The Hague. Governments are slow and easily intimidated, especially when someone carries a large economic stick. But we are the people. Can we do it? Of course! And the people of the world have to unite in this endeavour.