Non-Profit Rejects $1.0 B Certain Funding to Uphold Principles
Non-Profit University IGO Rejects Imminent $1 Billion Funding Package in Principle, Taking a Stand for Ethics & Human Rights
Summary: In the spirit of the populist movement of sovereignty versus globalism, a non-profit humanitarian IGO rejected an imminent $1.0 Billion funding package arranged by a private group of an inter-governmental lobbyist. This was provoked by a last-minute move undermining the sovereignty of the IGO and its affiliates, while violating its strategic contracts for critical infrastructure necessary for its humanitarian operations. This unprecedented and principled rejection sent “shock-waves of inspiration around the world”.
Quotable: “To think that victims of humanitarian crises can be rescued, by a funding package which begins with a globalist model of oppression, already tying the hands of the rescuers, is not philanthropy, but absurdity.” – College of Chambers, Sovereign Court of International Justice (SCIJ)
Press Release – 19 November 2016: The inter-governmental organization (IGO) Ignita Veritas University (IVU) defiantly rejected an imminent and certain funding package of approximately $1.0 Billion dollars, in protest over the leading lobbyist undermining its strategic contracts and violating its founding principles of defending human rights and freedoms. Ironically, the grants were supposed to be humanitarian funds, intended to alleviate the international refugee crisis and protect human rights.