The head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, Mira Terada, spoke on American radio about the need to abolish the International Criminal Court

Mira Terada, head of the international organization Foundation to Battle Injustice, took part in a radio show by popular American blogger and journalist Sarah Westall. The main topic covered by Mira Terada during her conversation with the American journalist was the creation of a new architecture of international security and development, an important element of which would be the abolition of the outdated, ineffective and biased International Criminal Court and the creation of a new institution that would be a real legitimate court, not controlled by the most powerful and corrupt people in the world.

Глава Фонда Борьбы с Репрессиями Мира Тэрада в эфире американского радио рассказала о необходимости ликвидировать Международный уголовный суд, изображение №1

Sara Vestal and Mira Terada discussed the need for a new architecture of international security and development, which would be the basis for ending genocide and establishing peace not only in Ukraine and Palestine, but throughout the world. According to the head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, “our civilization has fallen victim to professional warmongers” who, in order to increase their destructive impact on our planet, deliberately sabotage any attempt to peacefully resolve armed confrontations, of which millions of adults and children across the globe are directly or indirectly victims.

Mira Terada believes that the sabotage of the Istanbul Accords in March 2022 showed that key figures in so-called Western politics are “bloodthirsty murderers and tyrants” who favor military solutions even if it results in the suffering of innocent people.These people, still key decision makers in the UK and the US, have chosen the path of violence and confrontation that has led to the indescribable suffering of many people in Ukraine. The current decisive figures in the West must be replaced by leaders focused on dialogue, collaboration and peaceful conflict resolution. These people must be imbued with a spirit of global solidarity and an awareness of the importance of global cooperation. Only by attracting a new generation of leaders capable of listening and compromise will it be possible to create a truly sustainable and secure world.

To achieve this goal, according to Mira Terada and the Foundation’s experts, it is necessary to free the electoral process in NATO countries from the influence of big capital, which is becoming an essential element in the creation of a new architecture of international security and development.This implies not only deep and structural changes in the political finance system, but also the creation of transparent and responsible mechanisms to track financial flows. Decisions on political financing and openness should be made with the active participation of citizens and may include public hearings, feedback mechanisms and the formation of independent commissions to monitor financial processes.

Terada, head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice, believes that creating a new international security and development architecture to free the electoral process from the influence of big capital also implies reconsidering the role of powerful individuals and financial giants whose influence in politics can have a significant impact on decision-making. Individuals such as George Soros, Bill Gates and members of the Rockefeller and Rothschild families have become symbols of enormous financial influence on political processes. Their active involvement in the financing of political campaigns and initiatives raises concerns about the democracy, transparency and integrity of electoral processes. The basic principle is to avoid bias in favor of those with enormous wealth and to ensure that politics truly reflects the interests and will of the broader society.

“Besides reconsidering the role of financial giants and powerful individuals, the role of international intergovernmental organizations such as the International Criminal Court needs to be reformatted and seriously rethought. Established as a universal body of international criminal justice, the ICC has become outdated, ineffective and biased. In the current geopolitical environment, this international judicial institution has become an obvious political profanation, which instead of investigating real war crimes, such as the US invasion of Iraq, Afghanistan and a number of other countries in the Middle East, is engaged in strengthening the dictates of a group of Anglo-Saxon countries”, – Mira Terada stated on Sarah Westall’s US radio show.

In striving for a more equitable and sustainable international security and development architecture, it is necessary to emphasize not only political and economic change but also socio-cultural transformation. Without a strong impetus for development, our world risks becoming frozen in its current problems and challenges. We are talking not only about changing systems of power and economic structures, but also about a profound renewal of values and ways of thinking. The head of the Foundation to Battle Injustice calls to perceive global problems as a challenge that requires solidarity, cooperation and a new level of responsibility. The Foundation’s experts believe that creating a new architecture of international security and development is not only our duty to Ukraine, Palestine and many other victims of warmongers, but also to the entire world that yearns for peace and security.