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Constitution for Humankind

 

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Preamble


This constitution is hereby established:
To foster peaceable alliances
To unify humankind upon terms of mutual agreement
To preserve the integrity of the natural environment and all ecological systems
To ensure the protection of natural human rights including:
Life, reproduction, birth, parenthood, childhood, health, safety, security, self-defense, natural resources, freedom of: self determination, thought and belief, expression, communication, association, assembly, peace, privacy, passage, settlement, property, and death
To establish universal law and institute a fundamental code of conduct
To develop a modernized process for interdependent communal governance
To effectively manage the public infrastructure and optimize the social economy
To democratically establish policy and procedure
To set strategic goals and cooperatively accomplish common objectives
To provide for the essential requirements of all people and furthermore produce exceptional liberties
To comprehensively resolve conflict, restore justice, and eradicate suffering
To promote quality of life and to holistically realize a state of personal enlightenment and social welfare
To abundantly sustain extraordinary benefits that will perpetually serve as a rightful inheritance for all people and future generations
To empower humankind with many advantages that will enable all people to realize the greatest potential for success and achieve the ideal vision for prosperity
To ultimately attain a universal state of perfect balance and harmonious resonance


Article 1 – Inclusion and Expanse


INCLUSION
–Applied to all people equally and without discrimination or preferential treatment
+Regardless of any distinction such as: affiliation, age, ancestry, association, beliefs, birthplace, caste, class, color, culture, creed, disability, ethnicity, idiosyncrasy, gender, heritage, history, language, minority / majority, nationality, opinion, origin, physicality, political party, property, race, religion, sect, sexual orientation, social status, or wealth

EXPANSE
-Applied universally throughout the entire earth and outer space
+encompassing all regions
+regardless of geological boundaries or geographical borders


Article 2 – Natural Rights


-It is the first and foremost duty of law and responsibility of government
+to protect and ensure the preservation of natural rights
-These human rights are considered to be: sacred, self-evident, inalienable, inviolable, and immutable

LIFE
-To exist
-To maintain the integrity of vital functions:
+cognition, circulation, respiration, hydration, nutrition, excretion, sleep, sensation, mobility, reproduction
-Ownership, authority, and control of ones own life
+including: body, emotion, mind, and spirit
+and all personal aspects of character and identity

REPRODUCTION AND BIRTH
-The right to reproduce
-Upon conception a pregnant woman has the right
+to carry a pregnancy to term
+or terminate the pregnancy
-Infants have the right to be born
+and safely delivered into a dignified world that is able to provide vital sustenance

PARENTAL RIGHTS – PATERNAL AND MATERNAL
-Parents have equal and joint custody of their children
-Parents have the ultimate right and authority
+to raise their children according to their own customs
+and to make decisions on the behalf of their children until the child is of age and maturity to make decisions on their own behalf
-Parents are responsible for their children
+and must be held accountable to act in the best interest of their child’s welfare
+and will be held liable for ensuring the lawfulness and decency of their child’s actions
-Responsible adults have the right to adopt children
+as long as they are fully capable of providing for the child’s welfare and development

CHILD RIGHTS
-Children are ultimately free and equally entitled to the same rights, privileges, powers, and protections as adults
-Children have the right to be raised in a nurturing environment
-Children will be accepted into social care in the case of parental abuse, neglect, or unwillingness or inability to adequately provide for the child’s welfare
+until the child reaches the age of maturity and is considered an adult

HEALTH, SAFETY, SECURITY, SELF DEFENSE
-The right to preservation of health and the security of person
-To retain the integrity and virginity of the: body, emotion, mind, spirit
+and all personal aspects of character and identity
-The right to live without being intentionally or deliberately harmed or threatened
-Sanctuary from acts of: lethal aggression, war, and genocide
-Protection from: abuse, brutalization, cruelty, defamation, degrading treatment, indignity, hostility, violence, torture
-The right to forcibly defend oneself and others in a time of endangerment
+utilizing the least amount of force required to ensure safety and protection
-The right to accept or refuse medical treatment

ENVIRONMENT
-The Earth including the entirety of: air space, water, land, and natural resources is of equal stewardship to all people and the ownership of none
-It is the responsibility and duty of humankind to act as caretakers of the Earth and preserve the planet in its natural state of vitality and abundance
-It is strictly prohibited to destroy, damage, pollute, or jeopardize the Earth in any respect and all of humankind alike must protect and ensure the integrity and sustainability of: the natural environment, ecological systems, biological diversity, survival of species, animal habitats, and material resources
-It is prohibited to consume natural resources to the point of exhaustion or in quantities that can not be permanently sustained or perpetually replenished
-People are entitled to lease and occupy an equal apportionment of air space, water, land, and natural resources
+in fair distribution of quantity and quality
+upholding the condition that the natural resources are able to be adequately tended and properly maintained
-People have the right to live in a healthy and thriving environment that is able to provide vitality and sustenance

FREE WILL – (FREEDOM / LIBERTY)
-The right to exercise free will, self determination, and choice of personal experience
+without obstruction or interference
+uninhibited to the extent that no such action violates or infringes upon any natural human rights
+not to be subjected or manipulated to act against one’s own free will
+not to be: arrested, captured or held captive, detained, dominated, imprisoned, enslaved, exploited, oppressed, raped, forced to work as an indentured servant, compulsorily arranged into any undesired circumstance, or prevented from enacting freedom of choice
-The right to remain outside or in public at all times of day or night without curfew

BELIEFS AND IDEAS
-The right to accept and advocate, remain neutral and undecided, or reject and oppose any philosophy, belief, teaching, or ideology
-Not to be inhibited in the right to seek truth, think freely, explore ideas, investigate questions, conduct research, study information, develop knowledge, and teach any subject

EXPRESSION - COMMUNICATION
-The right to self expression
+and interpersonal communication
+to speak or remain silent
+to engage in dialog
-The right to freely: receive, transmit, broadcast, and disseminate information
+by all means
+in any language or medium
+including: art, gesture, speech, demonstration, and the publishing of multimedia
+regardless of content

+and without censorship
-Complete control of confidentiality and discretion for all personal recordings in any format such as: text, photograph, audio, image, video

ASSOCIATION AND ASSEMBLY
-The right to freely: associate and peaceably assemble
+and the right to disassociate and disband
-The right to freely: incorporate, establish unions, form partnerships, and build alliances

PEACE AND PRIVACY
-The right to live peacefully in harmony and tranquility
+without being disturbed or harassed
+and without intrusion or the invasion of privacy
+assuring the confidentiality of all private acts

TRAVEL - PASSAGE - MOVEMENT
-The right to travel freely across the earth and be granted safe passage
+to and from any region
+and throughout any territory
+without visas, passports, or identification
+but not to trespass upon private property
-The right to migration (emigration and immigration)
+not to be prevented or restricted from leaving or entering any region

SETTLEMENT
-The right to settle in any territory
+whether a country, state, or province
+without being banished, deported, or exiled
-People who have been unjustly displaced will be granted asylum and refuge in a safe haven of personal choosing

PROPERTY
-People are entitled to retain the ownership of all property that is a product of their own labor or lawful acquisition
+and have ensured the protection
+without such property being deliberately and maliciously: damaged, corrupted, pirated, sabotaged, stolen, vandalized, or otherwise appropriated without consent
-The right to freely give, trade, or sell personal property
+without tax
-The right to transfer personal property to designated persons upon death
+ensuring the rightful inheritance of property in respect of the deceased

DEATH
-The right to a natural death
+or a death by personal choice
+of place, time, and means
-the right to a ceremony and interment according to personal wishes or social custom
+such as: burial, cremation, or preservation
-The right to the ratification of a personal will and living testament


Article 3 – Law


DEFINITION
-The supreme law of this world is the universal code of conduct that governs all of nature with equality from the smallest atomic particle to the largest stellar galaxy
-The universal law is an inviolable set of rules that directs the course of all actions without exception
-The universal law is:
+pure truth
+perfect balance
+the absolute measure of equality
+the constant enactment of exact justice
+and the fundamental rule of natural governance

PURPOSE
-It is the ultimate purpose of humankind to understand the universal law of order that governs the natural world and to model a personal and social Code of Conduct accordingly
-The fundamental purpose of social law is
+to institute a holistic state of balance and harmony
+to ensure and restore justice for all humankind
+to protect and enhance the quality of life
-Balance is further defined anthropomorphically as:
+harmony, solution, resolution, justice, safety, security, life, health, wellness, circulation, respiration, hydration, nourishment, sleep, mobility, comfort, pleasure, ecstasy, serenity, content, trust, happiness, joy, love, delight, compassion, friendship, understanding, knowledge, truth, honesty, intelligence, logic, rationality, freedom, determination, liberty, earning, creation, utility, wealth, profit, and peace
-Imbalance is further defined anthropomorphically as:
+discord, problem, conflict, injustice, danger, insecurity, death, disease, illness, aneurism, asphyxiation, dehydration, malnourishment, insomnia, paralysis, discomfort, pain, misery, distress, discontent, disgust, fear, sadness, anger, hate, cruelty, enmity, misunderstanding, ignorance, untruth, dishonesty, stupidity, illogic, irrationality, slavery, domination, tyranny, stealing, destruction, waste, poverty, deficit, and war

POWERS
-The law has the power to
+preserve order
+ensure the natural right of way
+restore balance
+enforce justice

RESTRICTIONS
-The social law shall in no way be construed to infringe upon, lesson or limit the preservation of, or violate any natural rights
-No ex post facto laws shall be passed

CHARGES, COMPLAINTS, DISPUTES
-All disputes must be settled peaceably
+whereby the preservation of natural rights is intact
+and not jeopardized
-Action shall be pursued in the interest of
+resolving conflict
+and restoring harmony between people in disagreement

HEARINGS
-Any person can call forth a public hearing, trial, tribunal, or arraignment in a court of law
+as a means to address grievances
+or a method for settling disputes,
+in seeking resolution to a conflict
+or reparations for rights violated

MEDIATION
-All people seeking: mediation, moderation, intercession, negotiation, or consolation
+have the right be recognized
+by the public
+before a competent jury, council, or body of citizens acting as arbitrators
+in a process that is open, transparent, fair, impartial
+and without prejudice or conflicting bias
+and following the due process of law

CRIMES
-It is unlawful and a prohibited crime to:
+violate any natural rights
+due to deliberate intent or wrongful negligence
-Witnesses of crimes must immediately report criminal offenses to the police or legal authority
+or may be charged with aiding and abetting

WARRANTS - SEARCHES AND SEIZURES
-There will be no unwarranted or unreasonable searches, seizures, surveillance, interception, or eavesdropping
-No warrant shall be issued without just and probable cause
+supported by oath or affirmation
+and specifically describing
+the places to be searched
+and the persons or objects to be seized
+and delivered into social custody

ARREST – DETAINMENT
-The Department of Security
+working on the behalf of the general public
+and in the enactment of preserving natural rights and enforcing the law
+has the power to make arrests
+and detain criminals
+and people caught in the act of committing a crime
+or people in a stage of planning with criminal intent
+by utilizing the least amount of force necessary to subdue the offender
+and without using any more tactical force than is rightfully justified for the given circumstance
-All arrests and detentions
+will be made public
+and the personal associates of the accused shall be duly notified
+and no person will be arrested or detained secretly
+but the enforcement of law shall respect matters of personal privacy

SUMMONING
-No person shall be summoned to answer for a criminal offense unless on indictment of a grand jury following the due process of law
-There will be no bill of attainder

HABEAS CORPUS
-In criminal prosecutions the accused shall be promptly explained in full the nature and cause of the accusation and criminal charge
+and be given both a verbal account and written copy of the charges prior to the hearing

EXTRADITION
-The trial shall be held within the district wherein the crime had been committed

COURT – TRIAL
-The accused have the right to a speedy and public trial
+before a competent and impartial judge and jury
+knowledgeable of the law
-The accused are permitted to appear in court
+and shall be confronted with the accusers and witnesses testifying on the criminal offense
-A public record will be kept of the entire trial and court proceedings

DEFENSE
-The accused shall be presumed innocent until proven guilty
-The accused have the right to defend in person or by counsel
+and be granted a compulsory process for summoning witnesses to testify on their behalf
+and be given adequate time and means to prepare a case for defense
-The accused have the right to speak in private with a lawyer or counsel
-The accused shall not be forced to testify against themselves, coerced into self incrimination, or obligated to confess guilt

PROSECUTION
-The prosecution must present indisputable and substantiated evidence that a criminal offense was committed
+due to deliberate intent or wrongful negligence
+basing the case upon facts
+without coercion

RULINGS
-Rulings shall be based upon:
+objectivity
+with strict observance to the facts
+upon thorough investigation
+with full and impartial consideration to all submitted evidence
+carried out in the seeking of truth
+the preservation of natural rights
+and the restoration of justice
-In the case of an objection
+by any involved parties
+either the plaintiff or the defendant
+it can be requested that another hearing take place to review the dispute
-A hearing may be reconvened if
+a judiciary body
+determines that the stated objection is valid
+or if new and substantiating evidence is attained and submitted that could alter the ruling or standing resolution

SENTENCING
-There will be no excessive bail or fines imposed
+or any cruel and unusual punishment inflicted
-No person shall be charged for the same offense twice
-All convicted criminal offenders must be ensured the protection of natural rights upon being sentenced
-All people upon being found innocent of charges by a court of law shall be legally acquitted and publicly exonerated

RESOLUTIONS
-The arbitrating body will make recommendations for reconciliation measures to be taken
+as it sees fit
+to ensure the preservation of natural law
+and restore the balance of justice
-The public is permitted to implement measures in order to further prevent the violation of human rights and preserve the balance of justice
+including:
+confiscating private property
+consolidating financial credit
+suspending public benefits and access to communal assets
+rescinding eligibility for government employment
+enrolling repeat offenders into rehabilitation programs
+isolating violent offenders from society
+and enforcing other justifiable actions
+following the due process of law

REPARATIONS
-Offenders are obligated to provide full restitution to victims
+complete the duty of making reparations
+pay what is rightfully owed
+and make reimbursements of equal and just compensation
+to the greatest extent possible
+for all criminal offenses committed
-As a policy of public insurance, the government is permitted to pay reparations to victims as compensation for losses that the offender is unable or unwilling to pay

INCARCERATION - EXPROPRIATION – EMINENT DOMAIN
-No person shall be deprived of liberty or property without the due process of law
-The government has the power to appropriate property that was unlawfully acquired and unjustly claimed
+and to redistribute resources according to the social law and public code of conduct

PARDONS
-Offenders may be pardoned for crimes
+by the consent of the victim(s)
+or upon specific conditions such as:
+unintentional misconduct
+justifiable circumstances
+complete rehabilitation
+and be exempted from paying full restitution


Article 4 – Government


DEFINITION
-Government is:
+a communal management system
+that is utilized to cooperatively administrate public activities

TYPE
-Individual autonomy
-Interdependent sovereignty
-Direct participatory democracy
-Egalitarian pluralism

PURPOSE AND RESPONSIBILITIES
-To institute the optimal system for:
+cooperatively managing the public infrastructure
+transacting socioeconomic value
+establishing democratic policy
+and conducting communal operations

PRINCIPLES – balance, democracy, equality / equity, transparency
Democratic equality -All people rightfully share equal power and influence upon the social government
+and are entitled to participate at all levels
+and be directly involved in the decision making process
+and must be empowered to the utmost extent with a viable means of interaction
Transparency -All government proceedings shall be
+held publicly and openly
+recorded, archived, and made freely accessible to citizens
Social equity -The government shall ensure fair and equitable distribution of communal resources, mutual assets, public revenue, and social services to all citizens

POWERS
-The citizens being the authority of government share equal power
+to amend the Constitution
+establish and enforce the common laws and statutes
+develop an operational protocol
+and define the procedural code of conduct
-To manage the public infrastructure
+and mutual corporations
-To direct communal resources

RESTRICTIONS
-the government retains no power to act in any way that violates
+the universal law of balance
+or any natural rights

STRUCTURE
-The objective functions of the government will be conducted by 20 Infrastructure Departments each composed of an additional 20 Sub-Committees
-The Departments and Committees will develop an interactive system for comprehensive socioeconomic analysis to model the real time assets and needs of the population and optimally consolidate and distribute resources and services to meet the exact specifications for production, utility, and consumption

INFRASTRUCTURE DEPARTMENTS
-Aesthetics, Agriculture, Commerce, Communication, Computers, Construction, Education, Emergency Response, Employment, Energy, Environment, Health, Industry, Media, Sanitation, Security, Social Services, Technology, Transportation, Resources

SUB-COMMITTEES
-Accounting, Analysis, Conservation, Correspondence, Economics, Engineering, Ethics, Finance, Global Relations, History, Information, Law, Management, Mathematics, Philosophy, Safety, Science, Sociology, Statistics, Systems

CODE OF CONDUCT
-Each Infrastructure Department and Sub-Committee will follow an operational protocol and an administrative code of conduct
+designed to ensure the optimal performance and quality control
+of all components working within each individual system
+and the successful operation of the organization as a whole
+in order to generate the most proficient means of production from the collective action
+working in accordance to public objectives

PARTICIPATION
-Citizens are entitled to directly participate in social governance
+by means of:
+polls, surveys, questionnaires
+engaging in forums and discussions
+developing policy and protocol
+issuing proposals
+bidding on public contracts
+employment in government
+and voting

REPRESENTATION
-People may choose to elect, delegate, or appoint a representative to act on their behalf
+upon explicit consent
+within the limits of specific terms and conditions
+established in a contractual agreement
+with the power to rescind consent at any time
-This option may not be used as a means to unfairly consolidate power

NOMINATION AND ELECTION
-Citizens that exhibit exceptional intelligence, skills, and job qualifications are eligible for election into administrative positions within the government
+but only to perform the objective duties of organizational oversight and operational facilitation
+and not to be granted any unfair powers of authority or subjective influence
-Citizens who are recognized within the community by their peers to show outstanding aptitudes, proficiencies, expertise, and success while working in the field will be nominated
+and become an official candidate upon passing a general standardized test
-There will be an open and transparent public review of all the candidates
+allowing for comparative profile analysis
+a period of: question and answer
+interviews, discussions
+and debates
-Citizens will directly participate in the election
+by issuing an affirming positive vote
+for any candidate that best qualifies for representation
+or an opposing negative vote
+for any candidate that represents a personal conflict of interest
+or a neutral vote for indeterminate or undecided
+signifying the first and last preference
-The favored candidates receiving the most affirming positive votes will be elected
+and the least favored candidates receiving the most negative votes will be disqualified

OFFICES, DIRECTORS, AND REVIEW BOARD
-Offices will be established to manage the 20 Departments and 20 Committees
+with 1 Office for every Department and 1 Office for every Committee
-Directors will be elected to represent the 20 Departments and 20 Committees
-Directors are authorized to act in the administrative position to oversee organizational activity, manage objective functions,
+and are empowered to issue Directive Orders in accordance with the public Code of Conduct
-For every Department there will be a Review Board composed of 20 Directors
+with 1 Director representing each of the 20 Committees
-The Review Board will convene at regular summits

FORUMS AND SUMMITS
-Public forums will be perpetually open on the internet
+and held regularly at local community centers
-Departmental and Committee summits will be held regularly
+at local community centers and broadcasted publicly
+on the internet, TV, radio, and by printed publications
+with special daily and weekly addresses
-Summits will be held in order to provide a comprehensive overview of all the most recent public events and governmental activity
+objectively ensuring that citizens are extensively updated with essential information
+and empowered with a broad and elaborate basis of awareness from multiple perspectives of analysis
-Elected representatives from each committee will be responsible for issuing a comprehensive report
+to be presented utilizing interactive multimedia
-Citizens will be enabled to participate in summits via the internet
+and interact by submitting: questions, responses, information, proposals, and votes

PETITIONS
-Petitions may be circulated in order to quickly call for a plebiscite to vote on an initiative that requires immediate attention

PLEBISCITE
-Plebiscites may be called
+by any person
+at any time
+or be perpetually opened
+and span any region: global / international, country / national, state / municipal, or neighborhood / communal
+as a means for citizens to commence a public initiative
-A plebiscite may be ratified by a vast majority positive vote within the pertaining region
+but may also be stalled or stopped due to a significant opposing negative vote

PROPOSALS
-Citizens may issue proposals for:
+making amendments to the government constitution, communal law, and public code of conduct
+revising, altering, and establishing social policy
+allocating revenue and adjusting the budget
+directing public resources for infrastructural development and production
+electing a candidate for public office
-Proposals will be subjected to a period of critical analysis and constructive discourse
+and may be modified and elaborated
+and open to vote
+with a positive, negative, or neutral vote
-Proposals will be ratified by an affirming positive vote of a plebiscite
+or may be rejected due to a significant opposing negative vote

VOTING – REFERENDUM
-Citizens will have the power to directly participate in influencing government actions
+by issuing positive, negative, or neutral votes
+upon all public proposals including:
+constitutional amendments, communal law, the municipal code of conduct, social policy, operational protocols, initiatives, infrastructure development, the budget
+and candidates seeking election for public office
-Voting will be a perpetually ongoing process
+facilitated by personal computers and internet access


Article 5 – Policy and Procedure


AMENDMENTS
-A public forum will be perpetually open as a means to facilitate social discourse for the purpose of interpreting, defining, revising, and making amendments to the constitution
-The entire outline of the constitution including every section, article, sentence, word and punctuation is open to public review
+for addition, deletion, alteration, or qualification
-Proposals for constitutional amendments can be issued by citizens within the public forum
+for approval by citizens
+and ratified upon the affirming positive vote of a plebiscite

BANKS
-The government will administrate public control over banks
+via the Committee on Finance
-The government has the power to establish a currency to facilitate social commerce and provide liquidity for the universal transaction of commodities
+and to appraise the value of monetary units
+and determine the amount of credit in circulation
-The public banks will have the power to
+secure credit, debit, and transactions for all accounts
+extend loans
+set interest rates
+collect deposits
+and make payments

BIDDING
-There will be a public forum for open bidding on government contracts
+where all public or private corporations can submit a bid
+and the contract will be awarded objectively
+to the corporation that best fits the explicit criteria
+based upon: affordability, performance capacity, and quality assurance

BUDGET
-The government will analyze the public infrastructure
+to generate an inventory of all assets
+and total the cost of all proposed social expenditures that are essential or extra-special
+accounting for:
+natural resources
+workers, services
+and products of technology
-The budget proposals will be objectively developed
+via the Departments
+with a report issued by the Committee on Accounting
-Budget propositions will be open for a period of public review
+and will be democratically ratified by general consensus and approval
+as affirmed by the majority positive vote of citizens

CITIZENSHIP / HONORARY CITIZENSHIP
-Citizens are required to fully read the constitution and understand the social law
+and learn the public code of conduct to the extent they wish to be eligible for direct participation in government activity
-People who are not able to qualify with citizenship requirements due to disability may be granted an honorary citizenship

CURRENCY
-The value of currency and monetary units shall be appraised
+according to an economic function that is established via the Committee on Finance
+and derived from: the collectively appraised value of resources
+and set according to a measure that effectively enables the transaction of both the smallest and largest commodities
-The fundamental unit of currency will be called a “Unit” or “Uni” and pluralized as “Unies”.
-The primary mode of currency will be digital credit
-The amount of credit in circulation will be directly proportional to the total appraised value of all common assets and commodities that are being transacted

COMMERCE
-The government has the power to regulate commerce
+in order to ensure the fair and equitable apportionment and transaction
+of essential provisions and communal resources
+via the Department of Commerce
-The value of assets and commodities will be appraised according to an economic function
+that is objectively established via the Committee Structure
+and democratically ratified by citizens
+in order to balance the market
+and ensure the fairness and equality of transactions
-The appraised value of a commodity will be a numerical representation of the inherent resourcefulness
+assessed by quantifiable properties and qualities of the resource
+including: measures of spending invested into the production of the resource
+such as: time, energy, work, materials, skill, and thought
+and also the inherent functionally and added benefit supplied by the resource
-Certain commodities may be also considered invaluable
+in the case of being unique and irreplaceable
+or of possessing special significance
-Commodities can be freely transacted without paying a tax on trade or sales
+unless such transaction results in a socioeconomic loss
+in which case a fair and proportional tax will be levied on the trading or sales as a means of compensation to restore economic balance

DISTRICTS
-The entire Earth is one unified nation of humankind and indivisible as a globalized civilization
-People are entitled to establish municipal districts in order to manage localized regions and self-govern communities autonomously
+as long as natural rights are preserved for all people
+and there is not any international conflict of interest
+disputes shall be resolved via the Department on Global Relations
-Local municipal districts spanning all regions will work together cooperatively in agreement to provide for the common good
+living peaceably as friendly neighbors in a global community
+offering mutual assistance and providing humanitarian aid
+and ensuring the preservation of natural rights throughout the world

ECONOMICS
-The government shall manage according to the principles of Natural Economics
+working to optimally economize the entire public infrastructure and all communal assets
+ensuring economic balance and gains
+by maximizing: resources, supply, production, utility, use, reuse, functionality, sustainability, efficiency, effectiveness, success, profit, and abundance
+eliminating economic imbalance and losses
+by minimizing: requirements, demand, consumption, futility, disuse, refuse, waste, exhaustion, inefficiency, ineffectiveness, failure, deficit, and deficiency
+and to ensure an equitable balance of: trade, exchange rates, savings, and spending
+via the Subcommittee on Economics

IDENTIFICATION CARD
-A single personal identification card will be issued without any necessary obligations
+for convenience of engagement and transaction in common public services and social programs
+such as:
+drivers license
+employee ID
+credit transactions
+library loans
+door key
+and public u-pass for:
+mass transit
+fitness centers

INCORPORATION
-People have the right to form corporations both public and private
+transact business and engage in free enterprise
-Citizens will have equal influence and control of public corporations
+and are entitled to a fair and equitable share of all assets, proceeds, and benefits
+in proportional value to the amount of personal investment into the public system
+in terms of a measurably quantified and qualified appraisal of contribution and provision of an essential asset

INFRASTRUCTURAL PRODUCTION
-The government will operate to optimize Infrastructural Production based upon Natural Economic principles
-The government will manage Infrastructural Production in order to supply the exact requirements of services being specified by the demand of the population
-Proposals for Infrastructural Production will be objectively developed via the Departments and Committees
+and democratically authorized by the affirming positive vote of citizens

INVESTMENT
-Citizens will have the sole power to determine the amount of personal investment into the public infrastructure
+and will have equal power to influence the investment of communal assets
-The government will divest all subsidies from corporations or commodities
+that violate the natural law
+that do not uphold public code of conduct
+or that result in an undesirable socioeconomic loss
-Citizens will be encouraged by the government to invest
+credit and labor
+into mutual corporations and public infrastructural services
+and to positively stimulate a balanced social economy
+and to boycott corporations and commodities
+that do not uphold the common values
+and which objectively generate a socioeconomic loss
+by consensually declining subsidies of credit, trade, and labor

LANGUAGE
-The government will operate as a multilingual nation
+ensuring that all people are able to participate as equals using their native language
+and that all public acts are universally translated
+conducted via the Department of Communication
-The official language will be binary code

LOANS
-There will not be any interest charged on loans that will be used to
+provide a vital service or essential resource
+or finance a project that will benefit the public infrastructure
+and contribute socioeconomic value
-Loans will be issued and lines of credit extended
+to a reasonable limit that is capable of being repaid
+at a fair rate
+and within a fair period of time
+and may not risk imposing any financial or economic burdens on citizens
+unless for a morally justifiable cause
+such as humanitarian aid, public assistance, or social welfare
-Interest on loans is not to be used as a means for generating revenue but only to offset investment risk

REVENUE
-The government has the power to make appropriations of revenue
+and direct public assets towards
+social services and projects
+that benefit the public infrastructure
+and contribute positive value to the social economy

SECURITY
-The government has the power to establish and enact security measures to enforce the law and ensure the protection of natural rights
+conducted via the Department of Security

SUBSIDIZATION
-All actions and activities that attribute to an essential socioeconomic gain will be exempted from taxation and subsidized by public revenue

TAXATION
-The government has the power to establish a universal code for taxation
+and collect payment
+to be deposited in the public account
+and to allocate tax revenue to reinstate socioeconomic balance
+by directly reinvesting funds into the exact infrastructural activity that incurred a loss
+for which the tax was initially levied upon
-Only actions and activities that result in or attribute to a nonessential socioeconomic loss will incur a tax
-All people are naturally free and have the right to live without paying taxes on any vital resources or essential services
+unless acting in a way that:
+wrongfully exhausts or wastes common resources and services
+consumes an unequal and unfair proportion
+or amounts to a socioeconomic loss
+and in such case an equal tax will be fairly apportioned to such activity in order to reinstate economic balance
-All people retain ownership of their personal labor and there shall be no income tax
+unless such employment directly attributes to a socioeconomic loss that wrongfully puts an unfair burden or obligation upon other laborers

TRADE
-The government has the power to regulate trade
+via the Department of Commerce
+for the purpose of ensuring socioeconomic balance

WAR
-War is hereby outlawed permanently
-All disputes must be resolved peaceably and lawfully


Article 6- Labor / Employment


-The Department of Employment will hire workers as
+integral members of a cooperative production team
+working in solidarity to perform required services for the public infrastructure
+and helping to most proficiently achieve the common socioeconomic objectives
-All job positions and employment opportunities must uphold the law and abide by the established protocol and code of conduct
+and must productively contribute an essential service that adds positive socioeconomic value
-No job position will be publicly employed that in any way violates the law
+or unproductively amounts to a nonessential socioeconomic loss

FREEDOM OF OCCUPATION
-Workers are entitled to choose their own occupation
+whether a part time job or life time profession
+and also change it at any time
-Workers are entitled to create their own employment opportunities
+and produce an outlet for their labor
+as a means of generating income
-All workers are entitled to just compensation and equitable remuneration for their labor
+and enforced or compulsory labor is prohibited

TRAINING
-Vocational training programs will be offered to all people
+in order to fully develop inherent potentiality, performance capacity, and special aptitudes
+and empower laborers to be highly skilled in many crafts and produce masterful artisanship

HIRING
-The Department of Employment will work to enroll a full employment of all willing and able laborers within the public infrastructure
-All people are equally entitled to employment opportunities
+and will be offered job positions on cooperative projects working within the public infrastructure
+best suiting personal aptitudes such as:
+strength, ability, knowledge, skill, job qualification, and interest
-Workers will be objectively hired based upon:
+job qualification
+and the requirement of the service within the public infrastructure
-Workers may be promoted
+by showing proficiency in basic skills
+and being recognized for exhibiting exceptional performance and outstanding excellence in the field

CHILD LABOR
-Child labor is hereby abolished and prohibited
+and the minimum work age is set at 16
-Adolescents are entitled to participate in professional internships as a supplementary facet to the educational curriculum
-Children may qualify to be paid an allowance
+by maintaining high educational standings
+performing household chores
+and volunteering public services

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY
-All people are entitled to safe working conditions
+without the risk of any personal threat or injury
-For any job that may pose a threat of personal injury the employer will provide the greatest possible measures of prevention and protection to reduce occupational hazards and ensure worker safety
-All workers will be provided with the highest quality medical care upon personal injury

WORKING CONDITIONS
-Efforts will be made to improve working conditions by introducing new technologies to lessen manual burdens

QUALIFICATION
-Jobs will be awarded based upon qualification
-Qualification will be objectively determined by a personal evaluation and comprehensive profile analysis

CONTRACTS
-Workers have the right to personally negotiate contracts and terms of employment
+including: hours, wages, duties, benefits, conditions
+and all other job related policy, protocol, and issues
+without requiring membership in any trade union

COMPENSATION
-Workers will be compensated for their labor to an equal and even greater extent
+as synergistic teams of workers will be able to collectively generate an exponentially multiplied profit in return upon the initial investment of labor
+and thereby produce an abundance of communal resources and infrastructural services that will reduce the price of all essential and special commodities to the absolute lowest possible cost

WAGES, SALARY, OVERTIME, AND BONUSES
-Workers will be remunerated for their labor
+with a fair and equitable living wage
+capable of providing for all essential services and living requirements
+and a special bonus wage
+for personal expenses, investments, or savings
-The value of job services and labor assets will be appraised
+via the Department of Employment
+with the democratic participation of workers and employers
+to apportion a fair and just payment for services
+by a principle of: equal pay for equal work
+considering factors of a job’s resourcefulness
-Workers will be paid overtime as a means of encouraging infrastructural production and stimulating economic growth
-Pregnant women will be paid a maternity wage

HOURS, SCHEDULE, LEAVE OF ABSENCE
-The production teams will work 24 hours a day for 365 days a year
-Employees are entitled to set a schedule
+to work full time or part time
+the hours and days of personal choosing
+as the job position will permit to ensure the proficient operation of the production team and infrastructural services
-The average work day will be 5 hours long
-The average work week will be 5 days
-The average work period will be 10 weeks every 3 months
+ensuring at least 2 weeks personal time every period of 3 months
+and at least 8 weeks annually
-Employees will not be worked to the point of exhaustion
+and are entitled to take breaks on request
+and to rest upon need
-Employees are entitled to take days off for personal reasons upon request
+providing advanced notification as soon as possible
-Working additional hours will be considered as overtime
-Women have the right during pregnancy
+to take a leave of absence
+with pay

UNIONS AND STRIKES
-The public infrastructural departments working in solidarity forms the cooperative worker’s union of all unions and non-union laborers
-Workers have the right to
+form or join professional unions to collectively bargain
+and may delegate a union representative
+upon explicit consent of the laborer
+contractually stating exact terms and conditions of representation
+ensuring that the interests of every laborer is granted fair representation at public meetings and committee summits
-Workers have the right to strike
+and stop production

RETIREMENT
-The age of retirement is set at 55
+or a minimum of 30 years employment
+but is not obligatory
-Retired workers will be allotted a pension
+and retain full entitlement to social services and public assets

DISABILITY
-Disabled people will be offered employment positions suiting their abilities
+but are not compelled to work and will be entitled to social welfare programs and public assistance

BENEFITS
-All working citizens upon being effectively employed in a job position within the public infrastructure
+and upon contributing socioeconomic value will be equally entitled to
+a fair share of all the additional social profits and communal assets
+and be eligible to receive extra special services and appreciatory benefits
-Special benefits will be directly proportional to the amount of personal investment into the public infrastructure


Article 7 – Liberties


-A successful infrastructure will naturally produce an abundance of essential services and will provide exceptional liberties for all humankind
-These social liberties are intended to raise the quality of life for all people on Earth
+offer citizens a baseline guarantee for essential public services
+and set the minimal standard for ensuring exceptional provisions of communal benefit
-These liberties will be subsidized by the surplus profits of individual laborers working synergistically in cooperative production teams
+thus generating an exponentially multiplied collective return on the initial independent investment
-Essential living provisions will be universally provided to all people as a standard measure of humanitarian aid and basic offering of social welfare
+as is now capable via applying the full capacity of a modern industrialized civilization
+and all working citizens will be entitled to share the equitable prosperity of a thriving globalized society
-All people will be equally entitled to live an exceptional quality of life anywhere on earth

PROTECTION
-Safety measures, security systems, and protective services
+preventative safety measures to eliminate hazards, avert threats, and ensure minimal risk of being endangered
+conducted via the Committee on Safety
-Security systems and protective services
+to ensure the preservation of natural rights
+and enforce the law
+conducted via the Department of Security

EMERGENCY ASSISTANCE
-Rapid emergency response
+to threats of damage, injury, and disaster
+including services such as:
+tactical defense teams
+immediate medical attention
+rapid transport to local hospitals
+evacuation, quarantine, and barricaded shelter
-Conducted via the Department of Emergency Response

CLEAN AIR, WATER, AND LAND
-Clean air, water, and land
+free of pollutants
-Implementing a global ban on toxic emissions and dumping
-Conducted via the Department of Environment

FRESH AND POTABLE WATER
-Citizens will be provided with 2 gallons per day of potable water for drinking
+that is purified, alkalized, mineralized, and energized
+and will be provided with a complementary personalized water bottle
+And allotted 100 gallons per day of fresh water for common use
-Irrigation to deliver fresh water for community agriculture
-Conducted via the Departments of Engineering and Construction

NOURISHING FOOD
-All crops for food will be cultivated organically on naturally enriched soil and harvested only after full maturation
-Produce will be fresh and without chemical preservatives
-Conducted via the Department of Agriculture
-Citizens will be provided 3 nutritious meals per day: breakfast, lunch, and dinner
+And 2 healthy snacks
-Conducted via the Department of Social Services

CLOTHING, LINENS, AND LAUNDRY
-All people will be provided with essential articles of clothing
+personally fitted
+custom designed
+and uniquely manufactured to exact specification
-Citizens will be provided with:
+10 pairs of underwear
+10 pairs of socks
+5 pairs of long pants
+5 pairs of short pants
+10 light shirts / garments
+5 heavy shirts / garments
+a jacket
+a hat
+a pair of gloves
+and 2 pairs of shoes
+And will be eligible to trade in articles of clothing every year
-Citizens will be provided with a bed spread
-Conducted via the departments of Industry and Commerce
-Citizens will be provided with a weekly laundry service
+for 2-3 loads of clothing or linens
-Conducted via the Department of Social Services

OCCUPANCY AND HOUSING
-Every person is entitled to occupy an average lot with an area of 10,000 square meters
+in a thriving environment that is capable of providing a quality livelihood
-Every person is entitled to average housing of 100 square meters
+with utilities
+toilet, shower, sink
+bedroom, kitchen, office, living room
-Conducted via the Department of Construction
-People can consolidate allotments or pay extra credit for service upgrades or expense reductions

TOILETRIES
-Bi-weekly care packages will be delivered to homes
+including
+body and hand soap
+hair shampoo and conditioner
+toilet paper
+tissue paper
-Conducted via the Departments of Commerce

HEALTH CARE
-Access to personal physicians and certified medical practitioners
-Complete examinations
+physiological, emotional, psychological, and spiritual
+including comprehensive testing and extensive analysis
-Emergency surgery
-Dentistry
-24 hour a day access to fitness centers and gyms
-Conducted via the Department of Health

MATERNAL, CHILD, AND ELDERLY CARE
-There will be maternity clinics providing care for pregnant women
-There will be child day care centers
+for working parents
-Conducted via the Department of Social Services

CARE FOR THE DISABLED
-Disabled people will be eligible to receive quality social care and exceptional personal assistance including
+nursing at home or in public care centers
+help with maintaining common living functions such as
+eating, urinating, defecating, bathing, moving about, exercising,
+completing common tasks
+house cleaning, sanitation service, refuse collection, traveling

SERVICES FOR THE DISCEASED AND CARE FOR THE BEREAVED
-Investigation into the cause of death
-Entitlement to a Certificate of Death
-A public obituary
-Embalmment in a mortuary
-A memorial service in a funeral home
-Burial, cremation, or preservation
-Conducted via the Department of Social Services

EDUCATION
-A universal education system for all people
+via home schooling
+and public schooling: preliminary, primary, middle, high, college, doctoral, and even higher learning
+by qualified classroom teachers and personal tutors
+with faculty assistance and instructional aids
+offering professional internships and vocational training
+guidance, advice, and tips from renowned experts
+and covering in depth comprehensive studies including:
+anatomy, anthropology, architecture, art, biology, communication, culinary, ecology, economics, engineering, health, history, language, mathematics, mechanics, medicine, philosophy, physiology, physics, political science, sports
-Students will be provided educational materials including:
+a carrying pack
+writing and drawing materials and tools- pencils, erasers, pens, colored pencils, colored markers, ink,
+drafting tools- ruler, compass, protractor
+paper, folders, binders, notebooks
+interactive instructional materials: books, magazines, videos, computer programs
+a pocket calculator
+a laptop computer
-The average class size will not be larger than 20 students
-Students can choose their own curriculum and schedule
+upon availability of options
-Conducted via the Department of Education

INSURANCE
-All property upon being recorded with the state will be publicly insured
+for losses and damages
+due to: accident, disaster, or victimization of a criminal offense
+discounting: personal negligence or intentional misconduct
+and will be equitably reimbursed
-Conducted via the Department of Resources

SOCIAL SECURITY
-Access to communal assets
-Conducted via the Department of Social Services

COMMUNICATION
-A personal home line and cell phone
+personal and communal phone numbers
+unlimited calls anywhere in the world
+local and long distance service
-Conducted via the Department of Communication

COMPUTER
-A personal laptop computer
-High speed processor (3.0 G/Hz)
-Hard drive (200 Gigs)
-High definition video card (1080 resolution)
-18 inch monitor
-High definition sound card (120 Db, 200 kHz, 24 bit)
-speakers and wireless headset
-camera, video camera, and audio recorder
-High speed wireless internet (10 Mb/s)
-Multiple inputs for external devices
-Software:
+text, drawing, drafting, architecture, animation, engineering
+audio / video: recording, editing, mastering
-Conducted via the Department of Computers

MEDIA
-Broadband public television and radio
+Commercial free
+thousands of channels
+a diverse variety of content
+including: educational, entertainment, music, movies, news, shows
-A daily newspaper
-Monthly magazines
-Full access to public studios and production equipment
-Conducted via the Department of Media

TRANSPORTATION
-Full access to the public transportation system
+including: taxi, bus, train, plane, boat
+ensuring rapid and direct mass transit
+and granting the ability to quickly, conveniently, and comfortably travel anywhere in the world
-Conducted via the Department of Transportation

ENERGY
-10 kilowatts of electricity per day for common personal usage
-3.0 times 10 to the 9th power Joules of fuel per week
+the equivalent of approximately 10 liters of biofuel per day
-Conducted via the Department of Energy

VACATION
-Complementary stay at hotels or lodges anywhere around the world
+with room service and full access to all facilities
-Free access to public campgrounds
-Conducted via the Department of Social Services

 

 


 

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