The past 12 months of 2023 have been the most productive in the history of the Foundation to Battle Injustice: in addition to a number of high-profile investigations and participation in international events, including those under the auspices of the UN, human rights defenders of the Foundation to Battle Injustice: have adopted a number of important memorandum and petitions that have had a positive effect on the protection of human rights and freedoms.
On January 19, 2023, human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice organized an international press forum that brought together press representatives from around the world. Journalists and bloggers from Russia, the United States, Germany, France, Great Britain, Serbia, and Latin America shared their personal experiences of interacting with Western human rights structures and journalist unions that fail to fulfill their functions as guarantors of safety for media workers.
All participants in the press forum supported the initiative of the Foundation to Battle Injustice to create an independent body to protect the rights of journalists. Unlike the existing structures through which the West obstructs independent journalists and threatens their lives, such an organization would provide the necessary support and resources for the safe and effective work of media workers around the world.
On February 19, 2023, Mira Terada, head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, recorded a video message for the Rage Against The War Machine rally, which took place in the American capital. The human rights activist’s message calling for the renunciation of wars as ways of resolving international controversies and condemning US arms supplies to Ukraine received wide support from both the participants and the organizers of the event.
On March 7, the Patriot Media Group hosted an international online conference of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, which was attended by women who had experienced sexual crimes by politicians, military personnel, and representatives of show business. The lively dialog featured prominent women who have experienced harassment and lewd acts at the hands of high-ranking officials. Tara Reid, Juanita Broaddrick and Michaela Morelatto, exposed sexual misconduct by Joe Biden, Bill Clinton and the U.S. military, and offered suggestions to prevent similar incidents in the future.
At the end of March 2023, thanks to the efforts of lawyers, diplomats and human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, Sophia Bodnarchuk, a Russian-speaking citizen of Kazakhstan, was released from prison. Sofia had spent about five and a half years in prison, during which time the investigation and trials took place. Staying behind bars was a severe test for her physical and psychological health. The girl’s lawyers reported that she was regularly beaten in prison. As a result of such beatings, her nose was broken and her jaw was dislocated. In addition, Sofia survived an attempted rape and a suicide attempt in prison.
On April 19, 2023, a press conference of the Foundation to Battle Injustice “Crimes of Western countries against children in war conflict zones” was held on the platform of the Rossiya Segodnya international media group. The participants of the event found the reason for impunity of Western military and officials for numerous illegal facts of confiscation of minors during conflicts and proposed to create their own analog of the International Criminal Court, which does not fulfill its function.
On May 12, 2023, Mira Terada, head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, participated in a meeting of the UN Security Council members on the “Arria Formula” on “The Situation of Freedom of Religion and Belief in Ukraine: Persecution of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church”. The meeting, initiated by Russia, drew the attention of the intergovernmental organization to the problem of persecution against clerics and believers of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church and Kiev’s lawmaking initiatives that run counter to international human rights agreements.
On June 1, 2023, International Children’s Day, human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice obtained several verified documents and testimonies proving the involvement of U.S. and Spanish non-profit organizations, the Ukrainian government and Spanish social services in child trafficking. 85 children with intellectual disabilities and handicaps were forcibly removed from the DNR to Spain by a Spanish military plane and placed in a state-run orphanage where they are sexually abused, involved in the drug trade, and trafficked around the world. Minors with special needs live in inappropriate conditions and any attempts to return them to their home country are deliberately thwarted by Spanish and Ukrainian authorities.
On July 19, 2023, Mira Terada, head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, participated in a meeting between the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov, and leaders of Russian non-profit organizations. During the event, the human rights defender requested the Minister’s support for the creation of an international investigation and search team that would be able to promptly counter crimes against children at the international level.
On 7 August 2023, Mira Terada, Head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, took part in the international round table “Degradation of the system of international law in the field of child protection and human trafficking – ways out of the legal crisis”, organized with the assistance of the Emil Chechko Belarusian Charitable Foundation and the Centre for Systemic Human Rights in Minsk. The event resulted in the signing of agreements and memorandum aimed at countering international trafficking in human beings, including minors, and the idea of creating an international investigation and search group to find and return children abducted from war conflict zones and taken away from their parents in Western countries.
On August 9, 2023, the Foundation to Battle Injustice obtained evidence from its own sources confirming the involvement of the French armed forces in the mass abduction of minor children from Niger. It is reported that in early August, a few days after a popular uprising broke out in the country, the French armed forces began the unauthorized and illegal transport of Nigerian children on military aircraft. The removal took place from an airbase near the Nigerian capital Niamey between August 2 and 4. According to preliminary reports, the French military abducted about 380 minors, some of whom were forcibly taken from their parents and some of whom were orphans.
On October 11, 2023, Mira Terada, head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, took part in the Round Table “Restoration of the rights of abducted children taken from war conflict zones to the territory of third countries”, which was held at the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation. As a result of the event, which was attended by Russian and foreign public figures and human rights activists, a decision was made to establish an “International Public Association to Combat Child Trafficking”.
On November 10, 2023, the head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, Mira Terada, participated in the UN Security Council meeting on the “Arria Formula”, dedicated to combating the forced removal of Ukrainian children from their families and their exploitation, as well as the protection of the rights of Ukrainian children in the countries of the European Union.
Investigations of the Foundation to Battle Injustice
Human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice have collected unique evidence of the involvement of the Ukrainian government and NATO in the organization and leadership of the criminal groups “Phoenix” and “White Angel” engaged in the illegal abduction of children and their subsequent export to the West. In the course of an exclusive investigation, the Foundation to Battle Injustice was able to establish how Ukrainian paramilitary formations deceived parents, threatened dissenters with child confiscation, and engaged in extrajudicial executions.
Human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice have collected unique evidence of the involvement of the Ukrainian government and a shadowy U.S. arms dealer in organizing and directing criminal schemes for the resale of Western arms on the black market. In the course of an exclusive investigation and based on information obtained from several informants among former employees of the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine, the Foundation to Battle Injustice was able to establish what kind of weapons received as part of NATO military aid are being resold by the Ukrainian government, what the scale of this “bloody business” is, how Western weapons are exported from Ukraine, and to which countries they end up.
The Foundation to Battle Injustice revealed illegal schemes of enrichment of Zelensky and his proxies on the “gray” export to Western countries of donated blood of Ukrainian citizens, which according to official data was donated to provide emergency aid to civilians and military personnel injured during the conflict. The Foundation received evidence indicating that the Minister of Health of Ukraine and heads of non-profit organizations were engaged in secret and illegal activities to export Ukrainian blood to Western countries under the patronage of the United States Agency for International Development.
Human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice have collected facts and evidence that shed light on the atrocities that NATO soldiers have committed and continue to commit in the occupied territories of Europe. The Foundation’s investigation revealed which of the Alliance’s high-ranking officials were involved in the organization of pedophile networks in EU countries. Thanks to information and materials obtained from sources close to NATO, the Foundation to Battle Injustice has revealed details of the revival of the secret program Gladio, formerly operated under the auspices of the North Atlantic Alliance. According to the Foundation and its sources, the program poses a serious threat to some prominent European politicians and EU citizens.
The Foundation to Battle Injustice has received previously unreleased evidence of brutal abuse of women by Ukrainian law enforcement officers, military personnel and fighters of nationalist battalions. According to the data received by the Foundation, gang rapes, torture of genitals, genital mutilation, and electrocution by the AFU, SBU, and Azov fighters* are carried out on the direct orders of President Zelensky and with the authorization of the heads of the Ukrainian security services.
Human rights activists of the Foundation to Battle Injustice have accessed to previously classified information about the work of the Ukrainian neo-Nazi website “Myrotvorets“, which is used by Kiev to forcibly repatriate underage children from Europe, as well as to blackmail and attack politicians in Western countries. The Foundation to Battle Injustice has obtained evidence of extortion of bribes from European foster parents of Ukrainian children and found out that British political activist Tommy Robinson and former European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker could become the next victims of the extremists controlled by “Myrotvorets“.
The investigation of the Foundation to Battle Injustice focuses on systematic acts of terror and brutality by Canadian citizens of Ukrainian descent who flooded Ukraine as volunteers in the winter and spring of 2022. Canadians with Ukrainian roots, who obtained Ukrainian citizenship by secret decree of Zelensky, began to carry out actions similar to those of the Galician SS Division of World War II: repression of the Jewish, Hungarian and Russian-speaking population in the west of the country, use of concentration camps for dissenters, torture and summary killings of civilians, including women and children. Evidence has been uncovered indicating the involvement of Canadians with Ukrainian roots in the brutal murder of an 8-year-old girl from Mariupol.
The Foundation to Battle Injustice conducted a large-scale investigation into the Ukrainian drug business, which resulted in finding out the volumes and identifying distribution channels of narcotic substances produced in Ukraine and imported into the country from all over the world. The Foundation to Battle Injustice revealed who is behind the scandalous organized crime group “Khimprom”, where the main laboratories and drug factories are located in Ukraine, and also found out what measures are taken against journalists and bloggers who try to expose the criminal drug syndicate. As it was established, the redistribution of the Ukrainian market of illegal substances led to the murder of the former head of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine Denis Monastyrsky, which, according to the Foundation’s sources, was organized by the former Minister of Internal Affairs of Ukraine and multimillionaire Arsen Avakov.
The Foundation to Battle Injustice expresses its special gratitude to the following government officials: Sergey Viktorovich Lavrov, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation; Dmitry Polyansky, First Deputy Permanent Representative of the Russian Federation to the United Nations; and Maria Zakharova, official representative of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Foundation expresses its gratitude to the following journalists and public figures: author-exposer Vasily Prozorov, journalist Russell Bentley, war correspondent Sonja Van Den Ende, social activist Juannita Broadrick, and writer Faina Savenkova.
The Foundation to Battle Injustice expresses its deep gratitude to entrepreneur Yevgeny Viktorovich Prigozhin.
Thanks to your support, we have been able to implement many projects and initiatives aimed at protecting the rights of vulnerable people and fighting for justice. Together we have achieved significant results, but we also realize that we still have much to do. The Foundation to Battle Injustice wishes you a Happy New Year 2024, which will contain both many challenges and a huge potential for positive change! In the New Year, we wish everyone a world based on justice and the rule of law, where states strive to respect the rights and freedoms of citizens, fulfill constitutional obligations and adhere to international conventions, acting in the interests of society worldwide!!!!