We don’t like to have to stop our own work to do these public notices, but this needed our immediate attention. This article was posted on October 18 on the “New Earth Nation Law and Governance” website.
The pretty “Natural Justice Academy” links to … a picture. So where is this Natural Justice Academy?
Right here. And it’s more than just a picture. Here’s the point.
The Natural Justice Academy was at one time, by association, to be utilized as the educational arm of the ITNJ until the ITNJ BAR Association stepped in — and we stepped out.
Natural Justice Academy, LLC is a nonprofit entity duly registered to Jerry Cope, husband of Rebecca Cope of Adventures Into Sovereignty, its documentation published herewith, and its website located here. A Whois search will show the website is also owned by Rebecca Cope.
The Natural Justice Academy name and website are owned by Rebecca and/or Jerry Cope for purposes of education in true law, working in partnership with Adventures Into Sovereignty.
To all affiliated with New Earth Nation, Humanitad, and the ITNJ, please remove all reference to The Natural Justice Academy from your websites, publications, and social media. If this is an error on your part, we accept your apology and thank you for your prompt right action.
If you’re new to the concerns we have about working in any capacity with New Earth Nation/New Earth Trust/Humanitad/ITNJ and its BAR Association, please read this, from Humanitad’s website:
MDG: Millenium Development Goals
A ground-breaking integrated web platform, open to all, which is set to revolutionize civil society & the NGO community capabilities
A platform to connect individuals and organisations across the globe who are engaged, or interested in the Millennium Development Goals.
The first over-arching platform for unifying all networks and movements in 192 nations concerned with achieving the MDGs.
The long-term objective of such a platform is to provide:
- A unified system for like-minded people and enterprises to connect and collaborate.
- Mobile communication and collaboration on ideas and projects.
- Further integration of United Nations initiatives and programs.
- Exchanges of goods, services, knowledge and expertise.
- Funding of NGO and Charity projects through profit sharing of membership subscriptions.
- Allow payment in conventional and complementary currencies, and barter. Through an E-wallet module.
Good thing? Or not so good thing? We can only watch the next steps. One thing is for certain, however.
We do not consent.