New Moral Order™


The ITNJ is purposed to apprehend the abuses and tyranny of systems and institutions whose agents act as if they are above the Law. The ITNJ intends to restore the Rule.

ITNJ Vision
A world in which the Earth is honoured; Truth is spoken; Love is the basis of all action; and Justice is an organic, self-fulfilling function of respect for natural law.

ITNJ Mission
To apprehend the abuses and tyranny of systems and institutions; restore truth and reason to the delivery of justice in the world; and uphold natural justice as the foundational tenet of human expression beyond the artifice of borders and boundaries.

Open Court
In homage to its overriding commitment to Truth and transparency, the ITNJ is committed to video-recording all proceedings and live-streaming hearings and trials whenever possible, with all video recordings archived for public access.  Never again shall the corrupting influence of secrecy be permitted to colour the hearts of those whom we entrust as guardians of our ancient treasures; our birth-right of natural justice.

New Moral Order™

Judicial Commission of Inquiry
into Human Trafficking
& Child Abuse


Enquiry into Human Trafficking & Child Sex Abuse
ITNJ Westminster Seatings – London, 2018


Enquiry into Weaponisation of the Biosphere
ITNJ Indonesia Seatings – Bali, June 2019

Mind blowing witness testimonies of crimes of abuse by the control system and powerful individuals, which have been systematically hidden from the mainstream media and from public awareness by the establishment for decades.


New Moral Order™

Tribunal Judges

Sir John Walsh of Brannagh

As the first Chief Justice of the International Tribunal for Natural Justice (ITNJ), Sir John Walsh of Brannagh is determined to ensure that the Constitution of the ITNJ is followed and that the principles of the Free Access to Courts Act 1400 enacted during the reign of Henry IV are followed, videlicet- “Every person shall be in peace. All his liege people and subjects may freely and peaceably, in his sure and quiet protection, go and come to his courts, to pursue the laws, or defend the same, without disturbance or impediment of any. Full justice shall be done. Full justice and right be done, as well to the poor as to the rich, in his courts aforesaid”.

Prior to his appointment to the ITNJ in 2015 Sir John practised as a Barrister-at-Law (King’s Inns) following graduate degrees in law, education, criminology, advocacy, and international constitutional issues. His practice was both national and international with appointments as a magistrate and senior member of an administrative review tribunal as well as university appointments. In later years he acted as an international and constitutional lawyer in mainly human rights matters (have law book, will travel). Following the growing importance of the ITNJ around the world he decided to devote his full energies to the ITNJ mission and transferred to the Retired List of the Victorian Bar. He was appointed as Judge Presiding to the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Human Trafficking and Child Sex Abuse in 2017. His fuller biography can be found in Who’s Who.

Dr. Christopher John Cleverly

Dr. Christopher John Cleverly graduated from King’s College, School of Law in 1988, and was Called to the Bar 1990, Middle Temple, London. He holds an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Laws from the University of Reading, 2014, and was youngest Head of Chambers in the last Century.

Dr. Cleverly founded and sold Event Data Correlation Limited to London Stock Exchange listed Global Gaming Technologies plc. He has been constructing a network of blockchain groups and crypto currencies to aid the African farmer. Chris is Chairman of Block Commodities Ltd on NEX, London

He is CEO of Made In Africa Foundation who started the first “Africa Rising” campaign in 2007. They advise the UK and several African governments on rapid development of the continent.

Dr. Cleverly was an Original Advisor to Humanitad; Interim CEO, Plants for Peace, and has been honoured in UK by having his portrait hung in the National Portrait Gallery, London.