Sacha Stone | #CCI19
Conscious Concert experience with Sacha Stone
Theme "Are there blocks to human consciousness evolving, and if so, how can we move through them?"
Former rock musician and artist Sacha Stone grew up in Rhodesia-Zimbabwe throughout the war for independence.
He established Humanitad in 1999. After conducting a five year diplomatic campaign he engaged Humanitad upon both the NGO and IGO playing fields as an outspoken advocate of human rights and natural justice.
He has instigated peace initiatives and education programs, and has lobbied against human-rights abuses in different parts of the globe and continues to prosecute for the protection of breakthrough innovators, scientists and doctors.
Sacha founded New Earth Project (New Earth Nation), the worlds most integrated movement promulgating sustainable, sovereign and self-determining communities. It operates as a universal trust engaging micro-nations by Treaty and exists outside of fictitious enclosures dreamt up by self-serving corporation-governments and institutions.
He is also founder of the ITNJ International Tribunal for Natural Justice, which launched under multilateral observership in June 2015 via a ceremonial seating and ratification ceremony at Westminster Central Hall in London on the 800th anniversary of the signing of Magna Carta.
This new planetary court is committed to the dispensation of natural justice and adherence to the rule-of-law.
The ITNJ launched the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking & Child Sex Abuse at Westminster Central Hall in London in Spring 2018. The Commission continues to hear witness testimonies from survivors and expert witnesses from around the globe via on-line virtual court seatings. It will issue a formal Commission Report in 2019 for the edification of the public-at-large as well as governments, policing agencies and the military intelligence community (all of which are variously complicit in the crimes against humanity via compartmentalised elements within their own institutions).
Sacha is an activist, public speaker, publisher, writer and film-maker.