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Es hat mich ja so ein bisschen gejuckt, mal den ICC mit einer bestimmten Frage zu „belagern“ und so schrieb ich ihm heute Nacht folgendes:


my name is Alexander Berg. While seeing, that the old world order is collapsing, also its system instrument the law to handling systemic symptoms, I can see, that we arrived the level between positiv and over-positiv law. I have a question to you.

How can the ICC use manmade laws on human beings, when a human being with its developed good sense, stands only under over-positive law and therefore no human being can judge another.

How does the ICC solved this problem?

Best wishes from Germany
Alexander Berg

Zwölf Stunden später folgte die Antwort:

Dear Sir/Madam,

Thank you for your message. Please note that the International Criminal Court has a very limited jurisdiction. The Court may only address the crimes of genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes as defined by Articles 6 to 8 of the Rome Statute that have occurred after 2002, and can only exercise jurisdiction in the countries that have ratified it. For more information on the Court’s jurisdiction and the full text of the Rome Statute, please refer to page 2 of the attached document and our website as well as our address, www.icc-cpi.int. We encourage you to carefully review this information.

If, after your careful review, you still believe the ICC is the correct place for your case and would like to submit a claim to the Court, then please follow the directions for how to do so on page 1 of the attached document. If you decide to submit information, kindly use only this email address : otp.informationdesk@icc-cpi.int.

Kind regards,

OTP Information Desk
International Criminal Court

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