The GCCL was established to restore the simplicity of the principles of true righteousness found in the Holy Scriptures of the Bible.
Two principles vs. 80,000,000 laws, statutes, rules and regulations
Two simple principles are the whole law, as the Bible explains in Matthew 22: 37-40. In contrast to the more than 80 million man made laws, statutes, rules and regulations, have to be amended time and time again, because of the comprehension that they often fail mankind, the two principles have never changed.
Simplicity vs. complexity
The two simple principles are concise and easy to apply and lay the foundation for true peace. No interpretation is possible and both principles are easy to comprehend. Unlike the more than 80 million man made laws, statutes, rules and regulations, the two principles require neither legal specialists nor lengthy and costly procedures that often humiliate the victims.
Jury vs. judge
The verdict does not depend on the judge’s opinion, but on the comprehension of the biblical principles of the more than 12 jurors who determine whether harm and/or loss was performed. Because the verdict has to be correct and the jurors must be one, the verdict must be unanimous and thus can not be a majority verdict.
Arbitration vs. judging
The GCCL is for the purpose of arbitration. Thus the ruling should only be the last resort, when all other measures failed to settle the matter. In contrast to the corporate courts, mediation is the focus. Arbitration is not about the commercial aspect but about the honourable agreement.
Lawful vs. legal
The GCCL conducts itself in a lawful manner in order to make sure that the dignity is preserved. The members of the GCCL despise the search for legal loopholes that might prevent the offender from being held accountable.
Handling vs. procedure
The GCCL relies neither on corporate buildings nor on rituals or rules. The GCCL is governed by the global principles of the Holy Scriptures of the Bible that request reason. Thus the judges are conciliators, mediators and arbitrators, that can be called by anyone to perform their honour-bound duty anywhere in the world.
The place of arbitration can be anywhere, whether in the open field, in an open shelter, a conference room, a court house or any other space, where the assembly can take place peacefully and where the issue can be settled reasonably.
Humanity vs. Corporate interests
The GCCL is the court that is requested to honour dignity. Thus the GCCL performs its duties for the benefit of the community and protects the victims and their needs. The GCCL is neither allowed to act in the interest of corporations nor to act in a conflict of interest. Neither is any member of the court allowed to perform the act of enrichment.
The first task of the GCCL is to make sure that any wrongdoing is healed and that the victim’s harm and loss is settled. Only then any further sentencing may be handed down, if the necessity arises.
Without exception, all involved are entitled to the settlement of the harm and loss on the comprehension of global equality only, which exclusively demands to be handled on the principle of the arm’s length.
In corporate courts, the wrongdoer is held liable for monetary reasons. The victim, however, is treated unfairly, which violates the biblical principles that demand the settlement for the victim. This is usually carried out at the expense of the victim. In contrast, the duty bound GCCL is commanded and governed by the principle of safeguarding the benevolence of the victim.