International Criminal Court

The International Criminal Court, known as the ICC, was created in 2002 by the Treaty of Rome. It moved into its new $228 million facility about three months ago. The six-building complex houses 1,200 workplaces.


When formed, the ICC was given the authority to prosecute genocide, crimes against humanity, war crimes and crimes of aggression. It is the first world court with power to put individuals on trial. By the way, every person on earth could be placed on trial by the International Criminal Court, and the global court doesn’t recognize the protections provided by the U.S. Constitution or the Bill of Rights.


Globalists have dreamed of a world court since the birth of the United Nations 71 years ago. Since that time they have been building a system of international law that will ultimately assert authority over all of mankind.


But what good is international law without an international court to enforce that law? The formation of the ICC was a huge leap forward in the worldwide plan to establish a bona fide world government. With the move into its spacious new facility, the International Criminal Court continues to expand its power and prestige. The increased power of the ICC moves us ever-closer to the one-world government prophesied in the Bible for the end time.

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