28 Mar: EoP Re: MY Min of Env Yeo: Re Global Carbon Peace Footprint Treaty

* Greenpeace, Dominique Mosbergen, Huffington Post, Yeo Bee Yin, Min of Energy Science Technology Environment and Climate Change, Mairead Maguire, Nobel Womens Initiative, Christine Ahn, Kozue Akibayashi, Aiyoung Choi, Meri Joyce, Suzy Kim, Gwyn Kirk, M Brinton Lykes, Hye-Jung Park, Ann Wright, Gloria Steinem, Janis Alton, Media Benjamin, Deann Borshay Liem, Hyun-Kyun Chung, Jean Chung, Gay Dillingham, Abigail Disney, Jodie Evans, Leymah Gbowee, Erika Guevara Rosas, Patricia Guerrero, Jane Jin Kaisen, Vana Kim Hansen, Mairead Maquire, Liza Maza, Netsai Mushonga, Lisa Linda Natividad, Ann Patterson, Suzuyo Takazato, Jacquelyn Wells, Women Across DMZ, Korea Policy Institute, Cheong Seong-Chang, South Korea’s Sejong Institute, Michael Madden, North Korea Leadership Watch, Ken Gause,  CAN, Fiona Gettinger, AU Natl Univ: Asia & Pacific College, Leonid Petrov, S Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Graham Ong-Webb, Wilson Center, Ryan McKenna, Jean Lee, Soojin Park, Sherri Goodman, Shihoko Goto, Christian Ostermann, Anne-Marie Brady, Chen Jian, Samuel Wells, Jeffrey Edmonds, John Martin, Elisabeth Roehrlich, Diana Villiers, Yonhap News Agency, Thomson Reuters, Kim Jong-un, North Korea Embassy, Xi Jinping, China Min of Foreign Affairs, Vladimir Putin, Kremlin Press Office, Anatoly Antonov, Russian Federation Embassy.
» Added: 29 Mar: Fight Inequality: Jenny Ricks, Action Aid.
* 28 Mar: EoP Re: MY Min of Env Yeo: Re Global Carbon Peace Footprint Treaty
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: EoP v Nobel, EoP v Women Cross DMZ, EoP v Kim Jong-unEoP v Yeo Bee Yin / EoP NWO SCO: EoP NTE GM: EoP NTE GMA, EoP NTE GMRU, EoP NTE GMKR | EoP Axis MilNec Evac: EoP Axis: Lotto: EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP  Academia, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity, EoP v WiP Peacenik / EoP v WiP Neg.

From: EoP MILED Clerk <eop.miled.clerk@tygae.org.za>
* Date: Thu, 28 Mar 2019 14:35:00 +0200
Subject: EoP Re: MY Min of Env Yeo: Re Global Carbon Peace Footprint Treaty
To: Greenpeace Phillipines <info.ph@greenpeace.org>, Greenpeace Indonesia <info.id@greenpeace.org>, Greenpeace Thailand <info.th@greenpeace.org>, Dominique Mosbergen <dominique.mosbergen@huffingtonpost.com>, Nobel Womens Initiative <info@nobelwomensinitiative.org>, Women Across DMZ <info@womencrossdmz.org>, Korea Policy Institute <info@kpolicy.org>, Cheong Seong-Chang via South Korea’s Sejong Institute <help@sejong.org>, Michael Madden via North Korea Leadership Watch <nkleadershipwatch@gmail.com>, Ken Gause via CNA <communications@cna.org>, Fiona Gettinger <gettingerf@cna.org>, “AU Natl Univ: Asia & Pacific College: Leonid Petrov” <leonid.petrov@anu.edu.au>, Leonid Petrov <leonid.petrov@gmail.com>, “S Rajaratnam School of International Studies: Graham Ong-Webb” <isgrahamong@ntu.edu.sg>, Ryan McKenna <ryan.mckenna@wilsoncenter.org>, Jean Lee <Jean.Lee@wilsoncenter.org>, Suna Jeong <Suna.Jeong@Wilsoncenter.org>, Bo Kyung Kim <BoKyung.Kim@Wilsoncenter.org>, Soojin Park <Soojin.Park@wilsoncenter.org>, Sherri Goodman <sherri.goodman@wilsoncenter.org>, Taekyoon Kim <Taekyoon.Kim@wilsoncenter.org>, Patrick McEachern <Patrick.McEachern@wilsoncenter.org>, Shihoko Goto <shihoko.goto@wilsoncenter.org>, Christian Ostermann <christian.ostermann@wilsoncenter.org>, Anne-Marie Brady <anne-marie.brady@canterbury.ac.nz>, Jian Wanjun <Wanjun.Jian@wilsoncenter.org>, Chen Jian <jian.chen@wilsoncenter.org>, Samuel Wells <samuel.wells@wilsoncenter.org>, Oleksandr Fisun <Oleksandr.Fisun@wilsoncenter.org>, Siaohong Tian <Xiaohong.Tian@wilsoncenter.org>, Jeffrey Edmonds <jeffrey.edmonds@wilsoncenter.org>, John Martin <john.martin@wilsoncenter.org>, Elisabeth Roehrlich <elisabeth.roehrlich@univie.ac.at>, Diana Villiers <Diana.Negroponte@wilsoncenter.org>, “Yonhap News Agency: lcd” <lcd@yna.co.kr>, kokobj <kokobj@yna.co.kr>, hague <hague@yna.co.kr>, graceoh <graceoh@yna.co.kr>, sooyeon <sooyeon@yna.co.kr>, “Reuters: Hyonhee Shin” <hyonhee.shin@thomsonreuters.com>, Richard Cowan <Richard.Cowan@thomsonreuters.com>, Tumshie Smillie <tumshie.smillie@thomsonreuters.com>, Silke Marsh <silke.marsh@thomsonreuters.com>, Josh Smith <JoshSmith1@thomsonreuters.com>, Edwin Cheok <onesource.asia@thomsonreuters.com>, Ken Ueki <ken.ueki@thomsonreuters.com>, Sung Gyun Cho <sunggyun.cho@thomsonreuters.com>
Cc: Yeo Bee Yin <pusatkhidmatbakri@gmail.com>, Min of Energy Science Technology Environment and Climate Change <yeobeeyin@mestecc.gov.my>, “North Korea Supreme Leader: Kim Jong-un via North Korea Embassy in Auckland” <koreanconsulate@xtra.co.nz>, “North Korea Embassy: Algiers: Amb Choe Hyok Chol” <agkoem@gmail.com>, “Singapore: Amb Kim Chol Nam” <embdprk@singnet.com.sg>, “Mexico: MX City” <dprkoreaemb@prodigy.net.mx>, “AT Vienna: Amb Kwang Sop Kim” <d.v.r.korea.botschaft@chello.at>, “PL Warsaw: Amb Kim Pyong II” <korembpl@yahoo.com>, “RU Moscow: Amb Kim Young Jae” <korea.emb.mos@gmail.com>, “CH Bern: Amb Han Tae Song” <dprk.embassy@bluewin.ch>, “CZ Rep: Prague: Amb Pyong II Kim” <vel.kldr@seznam.cz>, “President Xi Jinping via: China Min of Foreign Affairs: Dept of Treaty & Law” <tfs3@mfa.gov.cn>, “Kremlin: President Vladimir Putin via Kremlin Press Office” <press_office@prpress.gov.ru>, “Amb Anatoly Antonov: Embassy of Russian Federation in Washington DC: Press office” <RusPressUSA@mid.ru>
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To: “Fight Inequality: Jenny Ricks” <info@fightinequality.org>, “Action Aid: Claire Wilkinson” <claire.wilkinson@actionaid.org>, Allice Gillham <alice.gillham@actionaid.org>, Charlotte Clarke <charlotte.clarke@actionaid.org>
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TO: Greenpeace South East Asia:
TO: Fight Inequality: Jenny Ricks, Action Aid:
CC: Malaysia Min of Environment: Yeo Bee Yin:
Re: Mother Jones: She Wanted Her Town to Breathe Clean Air. She Got Death Threats Instead; Jenny Ricks: Fighting Inequality: Make Tax Fair: Tax Treaties.
Ref: 14 Jan: EoP Re: AOC & AHC: EoP Simple Law SciCult law Tax or WiP Complicated Carbon Tax?; 27 Mar: EoP Re: Robert Burrowes: Why Activists Fail.

TO: Women Across DMZ & Partner Orgs; Vancouver Summit on North Korea:
TO: Cold War N & S Korea Experts, Yonhap News Agency, Reuters Korea Reporters:
CC: Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, President Xi Jinping & Vladimir Putin:
Re: 27 Mar: EoP Re: Robert Burrowes: Why Activists Fail.

Greenpeace et al:

EoP Re: MY Min of Env Yeo: Re Global Carbon Peace Footprint Treaty.

That same month, Malaysia announced that it was temporarily banning the import of plastic scrap. Thailand and Vietnam made similar announcements around that time. Yeo’s office vowed to root out illicit recyclers from the country. In the intervening months, her ministry has shut down more than 130 illegal plastic waste recycling facilities, several of which have been charged in court and slapped with significant fines. Yeo said the ban will eventually be lifted. New, permanent regulations are expected to roll out in the coming months. These are meant to include limitations to the amount of contaminated plastic scrap that will be allowed into the country, Yeo said, as well as more stringent rules regarding recycling permits. The minister has also been advocating for an international treaty that would make the global movement of plastic scrap more transparent and equitable. “The citizens of the developed world need to demand that their governments be transparent about the way they track their waste. Where exactly is your trash going? Where is your plastic going?” she said. “[What] irritates me is the injustice. The injustice seeing people in the developing world suffering from the rubbish [originating] in developed countries.” Greenpeace’s Heng said he was heartened by the minister’s enthusiasm. We see this as a positive step forward,” he said. “The government is highlighting how broken the international recycling system is. [Since 1950], only 9 percent of all plastic waste has been recycled, 12 percent incinerated and the rest dumped into natural environments.” “This is not just a Malaysian problem or a US problem or a Chinese problem,” Heng continued. “This is a global problem.” – Mother Jones: She Wanted Her Town to Breathe Clean Air. She Got Death Threats Instead.

EoP Secretary of Defence Draft Offer to President Trump:

EoP Re: Biological / Chemical Warfare, Sincere Sustainable Peace Treaty:

Biological / Chemical Warfare: Biological / Chemical Warfare is simply a symptom of breeding and consumption biological behaviours. The most dangerous root cause biological / chemical warfare ingredients are (a) male sperm; (b) female ovaries; and (c) ego-gender insecurity memeplexes that have hijacked our brain-matter/minds; to engage in breeding war and consumption warfare behaviour; resulting in ecological overshoot, standing armies and finally military biological / chemical warfare.

Fraud of UN ‘Peace’ and ‘War’ Treaties: Any United Nations endorsed international treaty related to ‘war’ or ‘peace’ that ignores specifically addressing the breeding war and consumption war violation of carrying capacity limits root causes of ecological overshoot, which subsequently manifests as cannon fodder standing armies and their creation of military chemical, biological, technological, electronic and other related warfare ingredients, is based upon deception and fraud.
» EoP NWO SCO: EoP Prisoner of War Amendment to Geneva Convention submission to Swiss Federal Council; EoP Leg Sub: 23 May: EoP RE: YonhapNews: Nobel laureate Maguire Masonic War is peace march near DMZ; 04 Jun: EoP Re: NKorea New Mil & EoP suggested ‘denuclearization’ definition for Singapore: DPRK-USA Summit.

EoP Sustainability Definition: The Ecology of Peace legal ‘sustainability’ – aka sustainable procreation and consumption footprint [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za] – definition has been submitted to among others International Criminal Court Judges [29 Dec 2015: ICC: Judge Silvia Fernandez de Gurmendi: Re: EoP ICC Private Pros: EoP PoW’s -v- Nobel Committee and Peace Laureates et al], US Secretary of State [03 Sep 2017: US Sec State: EoP suggested Amendment of ‘terrorist’ org definition in S. 219 Immigration & Nationality Act (INA)] and Intnl Court of Justice: Permanent Court of Arbitration Environmental Disputes Experts [03 Jun 2018: PCA: Hugo Siblesz: EoP Re: Judge JBrent: Sustainable Development academic fraudsters should be executed].

The EoP – Bo Gritz v Donald Trump – submission to President Trump recommends the global implementation of Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law as international law: 24 Feb: Bo Gritz: EoP Secretary of Defence Draft Offer to President Trump: DRAFT: Request Consent / Edits / Objections: UN Security Council & General Assembly Binding Resolution to Implement Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law as international law [PDF]; Suggested Amended Definition of Rome Statute of Intnl Criminal Court Definition of Crime of Aggression [PDF].

Any organization can declare their support to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] as international law; to implement global drain the swamp land reform orderly and humane denuclearization, deindustrialization and depopulation; by signing your responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oath [eop-axis-oath.tygae.org.za] or organizational Ecology of Peace policy statement [eop-policy-stmnt.tygae.org.za].

Organizational EoP Policy Statement:
We hereby confirm that we shall voluntarily sign our responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za ] oaths [eop-axis-oath.tygae.org.za]; if or when EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za ] is implemented as international law. We understand that if or when EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] is implemented as international law; and we refuse to sign our responsible freedom oath; we will be charged with deception crime of aggression [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za ]. If convicted: If negligent we will be required to attend Ego/Eco literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za ] responsible freedom education classes. If intentional we will be able to choose our preferred method of state assisted suicide; by a date as decided by the sentencing judge, and if we fail to honourably depart by our preferred method of state assisted suicide by such date; we shall be humanely and orderly assassinated.

Ecology of Peace Policy Statements [eop-policy-stmnt.tygae.org.za] are to be used (a) to provide a mandate in support of EoP Applicants [eop-applicants.tygae.org.za] options [eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za ] to implement EoP SciCult international law; and/or (b) to provide a mandate for any nations potential sincere peacenik current or former President to begin official EoP TRC to End Abel and Kane Cold War [eoptrc-akcoldwar.tygae.org.za] negotiations to implement Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] as international law.

End Abel & Kane Cold War Global EoP SciCult intnl-law orderly and humane Denuclearization Land Reform Shut Down of the Industrial War Economy Swamp Negotiations:

EoP TRC to End Abel and Kane Cold War [eoptrc-akcoldwar.tygae.org.za] multi-tasking [mt-summary.tygae.org.za] negotiations correspondence – on behalf of Dalio Pittard [daliopittard.tygae.org.za] and EoP Applicants [eop-applicants.tygae.org.za] whose preferences are available at Ego/Eco Literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za] – to implement EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] as international law; to [A] enable responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] orderly and humane – de-industrialization and depopulation [eop-v-wip-deindpopn.tygae.org.za], prisoner release [prisoner-pardon.tygae.org.za], land reform [eop-landreform.tygae.org.za] and denuclearization [eop-denuke-defn.tygae.org.za] – shut down of the WiP Ponzi Swamp economy [eop-sdwipecon.tygae.org.za]; [B] require all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed [one-child-law.tygae.org.za] and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za]; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za]; [C] nationalize all property and provide all responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oath citizens: (i) cultural law self rule [cult-law-self-rule.tygae.org.za] homelands for groups with subjective racial, religious & gender identities; and (ii) a property ration [property-ration.tygae.org.za] to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.

A copy of this correspondence shall be documented at EoP Legal Submissions [eop-leg-sub.tygae.org.za].

Respectfully,

Lara Johnson, aka Andrea Muhrrteyn [EoP Oath PDF]
Former MILED Clerk & Acting Clerk

Sent per electronic notice to:

Greenpeace South East Asia:
Greenpeace Phillipines (info.ph@greenpeace.org); Greenpeace Indonesia (info.id@greenpeace.org); Greenpeace Thailand (info.th@greenpeace.org); Dominique Mosbergen (dominique.mosbergen@huffingtonpost.com)

Fight Inequality: Jenny Ricks, Action Aid:
Fight Inequality: Jenny Ricks (info@fightinequality.org); Action Aid: Claire Wilkinson (claire.wilkinson@actionaid.org); Allice Gillham (alice.gillham@actionaid.org); Charlotte Clarke (charlotte.clarke@actionaid.org)

Malaysia Min of Environment: Yeo Bee Yin:
Yeo Bee Yin (pusatkhidmatbakri@gmail.com); Min of Energy Science Technology Environment and Climate Change (yeobeeyin@mestecc.gov.my)

Women Across DMZ & Partner Orgs; Vancouver Summit on North Korea:
Mairead Maguire via Nobel Womens Initiative (info@nobelwomensinitiative.org); Christine Ahn, Kozue Akibayashi, Aiyoung Choi, Meri Joyce, Suzy Kim, Gwyn Kirk, M Brinton Lykes, Hye-Jung Park, Ann Wright, Gloria Steinem, Janis Alton, Media Benjamin, Deann Borshay Liem, Hyun-Kyun Chung, Jean Chung, Gay Dillingham, Abigail Disney, Jodie Evans, Leymah Gbowee, Erika Guevara Rosas, Patricia Guerrero, Jane Jin Kaisen, Vana Kim Hansen, Mairead Maquire, Liza Maza, Netsai Mushonga, Lisa Linda Natividad, Ann Patterson, Suzuyo Takazato, Jacquelyn Wells via Women Across DMZ (info@womencrossdmz.org); Korea Policy Institute (info@kpolicy.org)

Cold War N & S Korea Experts, Yonhap News Agency, Reuters Korea Reporters:
Cheong Seong-Chang via South Korea’s Sejong Institute (help@sejong.org); Michael Madden via North Korea Leadership Watch (nkleadershipwatch@gmail.com); Ken Gause via CNA (communications@cna.org); Fiona Gettinger (gettingerf@cna.org); AU Natl Univ: Asia & Pacific College: Leonid Petrov (leonid.petrov@anu.edu.au); Leonid Petrov (leonid.petrov@gmail.com); S Rajaratnam School of International Studies: Graham Ong-Webb (isgrahamong@ntu.edu.sg); Wilson Center Cold War North & South Korea Experts via Ryan McKenna (ryan.mckenna@wilsoncenter.org); Jean Lee (Jean.Lee@wilsoncenter.org); Suna Jeong (Suna.Jeong@Wilsoncenter.org); Bo Kyung Kim (BoKyung.Kim@Wilsoncenter.org); Soojin Park (Soojin.Park@wilsoncenter.org); Sherri Goodman (sherri.goodman@wilsoncenter.org); Taekyoon Kim (Taekyoon.Kim@wilsoncenter.org); Patrick McEachern (Patrick.McEachern@wilsoncenter.org); Shihoko Goto (shihoko.goto@wilsoncenter.org); Christian Ostermann (christian.ostermann@wilsoncenter.org); Anne-Marie Brady (anne-marie.brady@canterbury.ac.nz); Jian Wanjun (Wanjun.Jian@wilsoncenter.org); Chen Jian (jian.chen@wilsoncenter.org); Samuel Wells (samuel.wells@wilsoncenter.org); Oleksandr Fisun (Oleksandr.Fisun@wilsoncenter.org); Siaohong Tian (Xiaohong.Tian@wilsoncenter.org); Jeffrey Edmonds (jeffrey.edmonds@wilsoncenter.org); John Martin (john.martin@wilsoncenter.org); Elisabeth Roehrlich (elisabeth.roehrlich@univie.ac.at); Diana Villiers (Diana.Negroponte@wilsoncenter.org); Yonhap News Agency: lcd (lcd@yna.co.kr); kokobj (kokobj@yna.co.kr); hague (hague@yna.co.kr); graceoh (graceoh@yna.co.kr); sooyeon (sooyeon@yna.co.kr); Reuters: Hyonhee Shin (hyonhee.shin@thomsonreuters.com); Richard Cowan (Richard.Cowan@thomsonreuters.com); Tumshie Smillie (tumshie.smillie@thomsonreuters.com); Silke Marsh (silke.marsh@thomsonreuters.com); Josh Smith (JoshSmith1@thomsonreuters.com); Edwin Cheok (onesource.asia@thomsonreuters.com); Ken Ueki (ken.ueki@thomsonreuters.com); Sung Gyun Cho (sunggyun.cho@thomsonreuters.com)

Supreme Leader Kim Jong-un, President Xi Jinping & Vladimir Putin:
North Korea Supreme Leader: Kim Jong-un via North Korea Embassy in Auckland (koreanconsulate@xtra.co.nz); Added: North Korea Embassy: Algiers: Amb Choe Hyok Chol (agkoem@gmail.com); Singapore: Amb Kim Chol Nam (embdprk@singnet.com.sg); Mexico: MX City (dprkoreaemb@prodigy.net.mx); AT Vienna: Amb Kwang Sop Kim (d.v.r.korea.botschaft@chello.at); PL Warsaw: Amb Kim Pyong II (korembpl@yahoo.com); RU Moscow: Amb Kim Young Jae (korea.emb.mos@gmail.com); CH Bern: Amb Han Tae Song (dprk.embassy@bluewin.ch); CZ Rep: Prague: Amb Pyong II Kim (vel.kldr@seznam.cz); President Xi Jinping via: China Min of Foreign Affairs: Dept of Treaty & Law (tfs3@mfa.gov.cn); Kremlin: President Vladimir Putin via Kremlin Press Office (press_office@prpress.gov.ru); Amb Anatoly Antonov: Embassy of Russian Federation in Washington DC: Press office (RusPressUSA@mid.ru);

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