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Please Note: The editor of Norway Corruption blog is a member of the Ecology of Peace culture.

Summary of Ecology of Peace Problem Solving: The problems of poverty, unemployment, war, crime, violence, food shortages, food price increases, inflation, police brutality, political instability, loss of civil rights, vanishing species, garbage and pollution, urban sprawl, traffic jams, toxic waste, racism, sexism, Nazism, Islamism, feminism, Zionism etc; are the ecological overshoot consequences of humans living in accordance to a Masonic War is Peace international law social contract that provides humans the ‘right to breed and consume’ with total disregard for ecological carrying capacity limits.

Ecology of Peace factual reality: 1. Earth is not flat; 2. Resources are finite; 3. When humans breed or consume above ecological carrying capacity limits, it results in resource conflict; 4. If individuals, families, tribes, races, religions, and/or nations want to reduce class, racial and/or religious local, national and international resource war conflict; they should cooperate to implement an Ecology of Peace international law social contract that restricts all the worlds citizens to breed and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits; to sustainably protect and conserve natural resources.

EoP v WiP NWO negotiations are documented at MILED Clerk Notice.

Thursday, May 17, 2012

KRIPOS: 16 May: EcoFeminist Death Battalion Notice: Interpol Environmental Crimes Charges against Norwegian Supreme Court Chief Justice Tore Schei and Dep Sec Gen: Kjersti Buun Nygaard



16 May: EcoFeminist Death Battalion Notice: Interpol Environmental Crimes Charges against Norwegian Supreme Court Chief Justice Tore Schei and Dep Sec Gen: Kjersti Buun Nygaard

“The economic and political problems with which we concern ourselves are merely manifestations of our ecological predicament -- they are symptoms, not the disease.” – Chris Clugston: Scarcity: Humanity's Last Chapter: A Comprehensive Analysis of Non-Renewable Natural Resources and its implications and consequences for humanity

“If the men refuse to fight for Rule of Ecological Law, we’ll show them what the women can do!” - Maria Bochkareva, Russian Joan of Arc: “Black Hussars Battalion of Death”


Andrea Muhrrteyn | Norway v. Breivik | 17 May 2012


From: Habeus Mentem
Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2012 7:41 PM
To: Crt: SupremeCrt: Chief Justice Tore Schei (**@domstoladministrasjonen.no); Crt: SupremeCrt: Kjersti Ruud (**@hoyesterett.no) ; Crt: SupremeCrt: Info: Svein Tore Andersen (**@hoyesterett.no); NO: Crt: Breivik: Oslo District Court (**@domstol.no); NO Oslo District Court: Admin (**@domstol.no)
Cc: NO: Crt: Breivik: Lippestad (**@advokatlippestad.no); NO: Lippestad (**@advokatlippestad.no); NO: Lippestad (**@advokatlippestad.no); Crt: Victims: Siv Hallgren (**@elden.no); Crt: Victims: Frode Elgesem (**@thommessen.no); Crt: Victims: Mette Yvonne Larsen (**@advokatstabell.no); Crt: Pros Holden. MJus: Grete Faremo (**@jd.dep.no); Crt: Pros Holden. Politie: Org.Crime (**@politiet.no)
Subject: NO Supreme Crt: T.Schei & K.Nygaard: Obstruction of Environmental Justice Complaint to Interpol

TO: Chief Justice Tore Schei & Dep. Sec. Gen: Kjersti Nygaard
Norway Supreme Court

CC: Prosecution, Defence, Victims Families

Please find attached PDF Complaint:

Environmental Crime Complaint to Interpol, via Norway Police
Charges: Obstruction of Environmental & Indigenous Rights Justice
Committed by Chief Justice Tore Schei & Dep. Sec. Gen: Kjersti Nygaard


COMPLAINT: Charges of Obstruction of Access to Environmental & Indigenous Rights Justice, by Norwegian Chief Justice Tore Schei and Dep Sec Gen: Kjersti Buun Nygaard

Respectfully,

Lara Johnstone, EcoFeminist
P O Box 5042, George East, 6539
South Africa Cel: (071) 170 1954
Email: **@mweb.co.za



-----Original Message-----
From: Lara Johnstone
Sent: Thursday, May 17, 2012 7:05 PM
To: NO: Pol: NCIS: Nat Crim Inv (**@politiet.no); NO: Pol: Police Directorate (**@politiet.no); NO: Pol: Police Security Service (**@politiet.no); NO: Pol: Oslo Enforcement (**@politiet.no)
Cc: EU: Rule of Law Network: ExDir: Brian Iselin (**@euprol.org); EU: Rule of Law Network: Brian Iselin (**@iselinconsulting.co.uk)
Subject: TO: Norway Police: Environmental Crime Complaint to Interpol; CC: EU Rule of Law Network

TO: National Criminal Investigation (NCIS)
TO: Police Directorate
TO: Police Security Service
TO: Enforcement Office in Oslo

TO: Interpol: Environmental Crime
http://www.interpol.int/Forms/EnvironmentalCrime

CC: Executive Director: Brian Iselin
European Rule of Law Network

Please find attached PDF Complaint:

Environmental Crime Complaint to Interpol, via Norway Police
Charges: Obstruction of Environmental & Indigenous Rights Justice
Committed by Chief Justice Tore Schei & Dep. Sec. Gen: Kjersti Nygaard

16 May: EcoFeminist Death Battalion Notice: "If the men refuse to fight for Rule of Ecological Law, we will show them what the women can do!” – Russian Feminist: Yasha/Maria Bochkareva, Founder: Women’s Death Battalion


COMPLAINT: Charges of Obstruction of Access to Environmental & Indigenous Rights Justice, by Norwegian Chief Justice Tore Schei and Dep Sec Gen: Kjersti Buun Nygaard

According to the European Rule of Law Network, European Rule of Law “refers to a principle of governance in which all persons, institutions and entities, public and private, including the State itself, are accountable to laws that are publicly promulgated, equally enforced and independently adjudicated ... [including requiring] measures to ensure adherence to the principles of supremacy of law, equality before the law, accountability to the law, fairness in the application of the law, separation of powers, participation in decision-making, legal certainty, avoidance of arbitrariness and procedural and legal transparency.”


European Rule of Law’s Corrupt Sale of Legal Indulgences on Environmental Issues

“The economic and political problems with which we concern ourselves are merely manifestations of our ecological predicament -- they are symptoms, not the disease.” – Chris Clugston: Scarcity: Humanity's Last Chapter: A Comprehensive Analysis of Non-Renewable Natural Resources and its implications and consequences for humanity

It is the applicant’s experience that ‘European Rule of Law’ courts reward those who rape the Environment, while denying fundamental and impartial access to court and ‘European Rule of Law’ decision-making to ‘EcoHumans’ (Individuals who practice sustainability in their procreation and consumption - ecological footprint - practices). ‘European Rule of Law’ obstructs ‘EcoHumans’ in their efforts to hold European Rule of Law accountable for its legislative endorsement of the rape of the environment, while granting ‘legal indulgences for sale’ to Individuals and Corporations who rape the environment.


COMPLAINT: Charges of Obstruction of Access to Environmental & Indigenous Rights Justice

The EcoFeminist Deep Green Ecology Indigenous Rights application before the Norwegian Supreme Court was filed on 10 May 2012. Requests for a Case number were ignored and finally on 15 May refused, by Dep. Sec. General: Kjersti Buun Nygaard.

Annex A: EcoFeminist response to Ms. Nygaard: (I) Error in Supreme Court: Deputy Secretary General: Kjersti Buun Nygaard Response to SHARP Application to Supreme Court for Declaratory Orders and Review of Oslo District Court’s Decisions; (II) Notice of Commencement of Hungerstrike in absence of Supreme Court Case number by 17:00 on 22 May 2012. (PDF)

Annex B: EcoFeminist Indigenous Rights Application to Norway Supreme Court for two Declaratory Orders (1. Jus Sanguinis Applicant; 2. Multicultural Legal Certainty) and Review of Applications (A. Habeus Mentem and B. Amicus Curiae) to Oslo District Court (PDF) [The Amicus Curiae to the Oslo District Court requests among others an Order Amending the Charges Against the Defendant and Applicant to include Treason in terms of Article 85 of Norwegian Constitution; and if found guilty, in a free and fair trial; to be executed by firing squad. The Supreme Court Application includes the ‘If It Bleeds, It Leads’ Media’s Population – Terrorism Connection Report (PDF)]

Lara Johnstone, EcoFeminist
P O Box 5042, George East, 6539
South Africa Cel: (071) 170 1954
Email: **@mweb.co.za


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“There is no Security without Sustainability :: Sustainability is Security” - Office of the Assistant Secretary of the Army

“The economic and political problems with which we concern ourselves are merely manifestations of our ecological predicament -- they are symptoms, not the disease.” – Chris Clugston: Scarcity: Humanity's Last Chapter: A Comprehensive Analysis of Non-Renewable Natural Resources and its implications and consequences for humanity [WakeUpAmerika]



Yashka, my life as peasant, exile and soldier

"If the men refuse to fight for Rule of Ecological Law, we will show them what the women can do!” – Russian Feminist: Yasha/Maria Bochkareva; Founder: "Black Hussars Battalion of Death" confidently predicting, "we'll show our enemies just what Hussars of Death are."


[Spirit Rambler] Of peasant stock, beaten by her alcoholic father, working since age eight, she married at fifteen and left her husband when he began beating her and swore to kill her. She married again, followed her husband to exile in Siberia but left him when he tried to hang her. In 1914 she fought for the Czar as the only woman in the 25th Tomsk Reserve Battalion, where fellow soldiers taught her to read and write. She was wounded twice, decorated three times for bravery, fought with frost-bitten feet, bayoneted German soldiers, and pulled fallen comrades to safety.

She was hit by shrapnel next her spine and, inoperable, she lay in hospital paralyzed for months. She had to learn to walk again and returned to duty though not required. Enlisting as a private she was promoted into a commissioned rank. She and other officers were captured and waited their turn to be shot as they stood next heaps of corpses. A soldier she had once dragged wounded out of the line of fire recognized her and spared her life. In 1917 she fought against the Red Army for Kerensky, who charged her with forming and commanding the first female combat battalion, called the 1st Russian Women's Battalion of Death.

[..] In New York she met Isaac Don Levine, a Russian émigré, journalist, anti-Communist, and friend of Albert Einstein. Through him she dictated her memoirs, Yashka: My Life As Peasant, Exile, and Soldier. In Great Britain she was granted an audience with King George V. British suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst called her “the greatest woman of the century.”

Back in Russia and forming a women's medical unit for White Admiral Kolchak, she was eventually captured by the Bolsheviks and found guilty as a White Russian, an enemy of the people. This was ironic because as a peasant and laborer nobody could have been more proletarian. Tied to a pole, blindfolded, a white aiming patch over her bosom, she was shot by a Cheka firing squad on May 16, 1920. They shot her because her ideology had been corrupted by elitists. Simply put, she fought on the other side.



[Executed Today] On this date in 1920, the Cheka shot famed female soldier Maria Bochkareva (or Botchkareva).

The “Russian Joan of Arc” was a peasant woman from Novgorod by way of Siberia.

She’d been in the workforce since the age of eight, and had passed almost continuously through abusive male relationships (violently drunken father, marriages to two wife-batterers). She’d also in that time shown herself a natural leader, and become a construction foreman.

It seems the great war came for Bochkareva as a liberating, almost redemptive, force: at least, that is the conclusion of hindsight.

[..] Bochkareva appealed directly to the tsar and secured his personal permission to enlist. She earned several decorations for heroism in the tsarist army … and when the Romanovs fell, the pre-Bolshevik revolutionary government under Alexander Keresnky gave her permission to create an all-female formation: the Women’s Battalion of Death.

(“Of Death” was a bombastic cognomen any unit could receive by pledging never to surrender.)

[..] Although amenable to Kerensky’s Provisional Government, Bochkareva was an unmitigated anti-Bolshevik.

According to her memoirs, her “tigresses” continued fighting while the rest of the front was fraternizing, and enraged her male comrades by drawing artillery fire. She had to flee male soldiers intent on lynching her when she was still fighting after peace was announced. She had a hard time getting used to the idea of the new Soviet government, and the feeling was mutual: her battalion was soon disbanded and it wasn’t long before she took a steamship into exile.

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[History Cooperative] On June 21, 1917, the citizens of revolutionary Petrograd witnessed a solemn public ceremony unique in modern history, the consecration of the standards of a battalion of women soldiers being sent as combatants to the front. Thousands flocked to watch the 300 women—their hair close-cropped, wearing regular army-issue trousers and boots, rifles gleaming—march from their barracks to the great St. Isaac's Cathedral. (See Figure 1. ) Among the military and civilian notables waiting to greet the women were generals Lavr Kornilov and P. A. Polovtsev, Duma president Mikhail Rodzianko, and leaders of various political parties. Two bishops and twelve priests officiated, as the battalion was presented with two icons—gifts of the soldiers of the First and Third Armies—and a banner sent by Minister of War Alexander Kerensky. Afterwards, enthusiastic soldiers and sailors lifted commander Maria Bochkareva onto their shoulders, crowds cheered, and orators mounted improvised tribunes to hail the battalion and its head. To the strains of the Marseillaise, the battalion then marched to Mars Field, to honor the graves of those who had fallen in the first days of the February Revolution.

The singularity of this event lay not so much in the appearance of women soldiers armed for combat, for individual women in Russia had been fighting as regular soldiers, with and without formal approval, since the very start of the war. Moreover, there had been instances of women in other times and places fighting alongside men in extraordinary circumstances, often as partisans or in civil wars.2 Rather, the event's significance lay in its public celebration of a female combat unit formally sanctioned by the authorities—not only civil authorities but, as this ceremony demonstrated, military and religious as well. In the opinion of one American observer, these women marked the true debut of the woman soldier: "Not the isolated individual woman who has buckled on a sword and shouldered a gun through the pages of history, but the woman soldier banded and fighting en masse—gun companies of her, battalions of her, whole regiments of her."3

The "Women's Battalion of Death" (Zhenskii batal'on smerti), as it was called, inspired the formation of other companies and battalions of women volunteers in Russia in 1917. Yet, despite the scope of this unprecedented movement and the favorable press coverage it received in Russia, Western Europe, and the United States, the story of Russia's women soldiers is today not widely known beyond the role they played in defense of the Winter Palace in October 1917.4

One reason for their historical obscurity is that they could not forestall the breakdown of the army and their country's ultimate defeat. But heroic failures in war have been valorized by narratives as well as forgotten; understanding why the first modern women soldiers suffered the latter fate is one of the goals of this essay.

The story of these soldiers is in fact four stories. First, it is the story of the peasant soldier Maria Bochkareva, known as Yashka, a twentieth-century Joan of Arc who launched the movement with her vision of creating a small battalion of women to help save the motherland. Yashka's story is in turn part of other, larger stories. One of these is the impact of the world's first total war on European societies, resulting in the mobilization of women for the war effort and the transformation (however temporary) of traditional gender roles. Russia, like every other combatant, was mobilizing all its human resources, and Russian women were mobilizing themselves.5 Third, the story of Russia's women soldiers is also one of patriotism, how it is configured and how it manifests itself, especially in moments of national emergency: acceptance of so radical a phenomenon as female soldiers had much to do with fears that the country was on the verge of calamitous defeat.6 And finally, it is the story of a democratizing revolution. The February 1917 revolution proclaimed the disparate subjects of the empire to be free and equal citizens, with the duties as well as rights that citizenship entails. Thousands of women interpreted this equality to mean that women could and should assume the citizen's right to bear arms.

[..] Thus the purpose of the women's battalion, as was the case with all volunteer revolutionary units, was to raise the morale of the regular army through heroic, self-disciplined example. Additionally, the first women's battalion, as proposed by Yashka, was explicitly intended to embarrass Russian soldiers into doing their duty. She considered the number of female recruits rather immaterial: "What was important was to shame the men, and ... a few women at one place could serve as an example to the entire front." Her proposal caught the imagination of a number of people, including Duma president Mikhail Rodzianko, who arranged for her to outline her idea to General Brusilov. He, too, liked her idea, which more or less agreed with his thinking on volunteer battalions; several days later, after meetings with the new Minister of War Kerensky, the first "Russian Women's Battalion of Death" was formally approved.37

The formidable, even vaguely ridiculous title "Battalion of Death" was not unique to the women's unit. The appellation became popular in May 1917, when the Supreme Command first bestowed it on a unit that had solemnly resolved "to defend, to the last drop of blood, young, free Russia," requesting immediate posting to the front wherever the "onslaught of the forces of the revolutionary army might be needed." A month later, on June 17, the eve of the opening of the so-called Kerensky offensive, the military authorities formally approved the proposal of the All-Russian Military Union that any unit passing such a resolution could be granted the epithet "of death"; members of such a unit could sew a special red-and-black chevron to their sleeves and add the skull-and-crossbones to their banner. A battalion of death was therefore not only intended to be death-dealing on the field of battle but willing to fight unto death. Its volunteers pledged never to surrender, declaring: "my death for the Motherland and for the freedom of Russia is happiness and the discharge of my oath." By October, a total of 106 such units were in existence.38

On May 21, 1917, Yashka publicly appealed for women volunteers at a benefit for wounded soldiers. Abashed at finding herself addressing a packed auditorium, she spoke briefly and simply, calling on women "whose hearts are crystal, whose souls are pure" to set an example of self-sacrifice and save Mother Russia. Newspapers carried accounts of the appeal, announcing the creation in Petrograd of Bochkareva's Women's Battalion of Death and the address where volunteers could sign up.

[..] More than 2,000 women responded to these public appeals, a number far exceeding expectations. Requests to join Bochkareva's Women's Battalion of Death continued to pour in from all over the country but were refused, since the battalion was to be trained as speedily as possible for the planned offensive. Not to be deterred, women resolved to organize additional battalions. On June 16, a group of women in Moscow received permission to organize the Moscow Women's Battalion of Death. A committee called "Women for the Fatherland" took charge of this effort; its members included Princess Kropotkina, a relative of the famous anarchist. On July 2, in Petrograd, the newly formed Women's Volunteer Committee, under the auspices of the Military Union, announced it was enlisting women volunteers for combat and labor units. Thus was born the "First Petrograd Women's Battalion"—an entity distinct from Yashka's battalion, which was also based in Petrograd.40

Yashka Bochkareva's inspiration was not confined to the two capitals. Another seasoned woman soldier and recipient of the St. George's Cross, Antonina Tupitso, asked the Supreme Command in June for authorization to outfit a women's combat legion in Mogilev province. "I wanted at first to sign up for Bochkareva's battalion," she wrote, "until letters reached me at the front from women-volunteers in cities in the rear who asked me to organize them into a legion. I already have nearly 300 desirous people." Valentina Petrova, of the Twenty-first Siberian Rifle Regiment and also winner of a St. George, identified herself as "already an old soldier" in her letter to Kerensky seeking approval to organize another women's battalion. She proposed calling her group the "Black Hussars of Death," confidently predicting, "then we'll show our enemies just what Hussars of Death are." Other women requested permission to organize female combat units in their hometowns of Tomsk and Perm.41

The scale of the response and the military authorities' surprising willingness to make use of this outpouring of female patriotism are illustrated by a confidential memo by the Chief Administration of the General Staff (GUGSh) of July 14: ..........

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