International Criminal Court in The Hague to Go After Financial Human Rights Abuses and Financial Terrorism

The Hague opens international financial tribunal

An international tribunal to settle financial disputes throughout the world has opened in the Dutch city of The Hague on Monday. The tribunal’s name, PRIME Finance, stands for Panel of Recognized International Market Experts in Finance. The team of judges includes almost 100 people, whose work will be supported by international legal and market experts. The establishment of new legal institution has been supported by the City of The Hague and the Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs, and will be housed in The Hague’s Peace Palace. It is also home to the United Nations International Court of Justice and the Permanent Court of Arbitration.

11 comments on “International Criminal Court in The Hague to Go After Financial Human Rights Abuses and Financial Terrorism
  1. seosamhogallunai says:


  2. A Gardener says:

    Good idea BUT.
    The most likely outcome
    ( after a long time, Billions spent and a couple of low level guys getting jail ) will be recomendations for More power for the IMF , and a new UN type World Bank etc.
    ( They will lie, but make a case that this will fix the system and stop future corrution)
    Hello new world order, total gobal financial domination is their aim.
    Keep getting out of paper and stack physical silver and gold.
    Its also time to look at new “fair” money systems in a Serious way ( eg Bill Still )
    We need a dream Max.

  3. Harry says:

    USA-related entities will not be allowed to be prosecuted by TPTB at this court…

  4. Dementia 5 says:

    What’s the matter 1%?

    Trying to cheat death?

    You know it is impossible.

    You will return to dust.

    Trillions or not. The nexxus is an illusion, it is fiction.

  5. Catalyst says:

    Do you people really think that something is going to come out of this
    joke of a court. Com’n is another white wash just like the 9/11 commission.
    You will see only the small people go serve 3 months in jail.

  6. Mr. Tom says:

    An outcome of Max’s visit to the Hague seeking to file charges?

  7. What-me-worry? says:

    “Tony Blair to chair the Panel of Recognized International Market Experts in Finance.”

    Calm down, it’s a joke………

  8. What-me-worry? says:



  9. LuzazuL says:

    We MUST stay alert, for the next 100 years. While this is great… it also means either a) one more means to be hijacked and/or b) some hypocritical shit for us to relax and trust that something is/will be done. Or n). Know what? For as long as I am alive and I do not lose my memory, I will stay alert!

    @Catalyst> Stay put! Stay put!

  10. Mary Genoud says:

    If only there was law beyond the grip of money.

  11. Al Kyder says:

    This should have happened ten years ago.

    Its probably too late now.

    The American torpedoed it with exemptions way back.

    The United States still fails to ratify the Rome statutes, and seeks exemptions from any nation they can bully or blackmail.

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