Human rights, the crimes against humanity law, and misopathy

I thought you might be interested in the modern crimes against humanity (CAH) law, human rights channels, and misopathy. If you're not interested in CAH, skip to End of CAH-specific stuff.

This is an overview for a general audience, with an emphasis on stopping and preventing large-scale misopathy. I don't think you will find this information elsewhere in one place.

Covid-19 makes scapegoating, neglect, and malign triage even more urgent to think about.

But even without it, there exists a large and growing crisis, right now, of human rights violations against those who are sick. What can be done? Let's find out.


This is not a polished post.

It was with surprise that I encountered the following document many years ago. I was using a search engine for something completely different.

I could find no references on the Web to the document or to the society that produced it. There are now.

I copied a few striking quotes quickly.

NIH reply to my open letter (and a legal question from a peasant)

Update on the status of this back and forth with NIH

As of [2019-10-31 Thu] I have still not updated you with the third round of NIH emails (this being the second round; please see my open letter to Francis Collins). I am not sure it is worth it.

The TLDR is that, roughly speaking, yes, as expected, of course Francis can testify.