Constitution: Rights and Obligations

Article III

Rights and Obligations

Under The Natural Law of Reciprocity

Whereas;

( … ) (only incentive)

And
Whereas;

The Natural Law consists in Sovereignty (via-positiva) and Reciprocity (via-negativa), in display, word and deed, including Reciprocity in Speech (truthful speech) regardless of cost to the Status (dominance, competence hierarchy), within the limits of Proportionality (in-group defection) within the limits of the utility of cooperation (out groups).

Reciprocity requires limiting our display, word, and deed to:
– Fully informed (truthful and complete);
– – Regardless of cost to the status, competence, or dominance hierarchy.
– Productive and;
– Voluntary transfer (or exchange, or imposition of costs upon);
– The Demonstrated interests of Others;
– Either directly or indirectly (by externality)
– Within the limit of possible due diligence;
– Within the limit of incentive for in-group defection;
– Within The Limit of the Utility of future out-group Cooperation;
– And liable and warrantied, within the limits of restitutability;
– Eliminating the incentive of retaliation and retaliation cycles,
– And imposition of costs upon the commons of trust by which all ingroup cooperate.

I. Reciprocity in Display

(…)

Regarding Symbols

( … )

II. Reciprocity In Word

Regarding Truthful Speech;

Definition;

Truth: “Testimony that Satisfies Demand for Infallibility”

Where Truth consists of the series:

  1. Tautological Truth: That testimony you give when promising the equality of two statements using different terms: A circular definition, a statement of equality or a statement of identity.
  2. Analytic Truth: The testimony you give promising the internal consistency of one or more statements used in the construction of a proof in an axiomatic(declarative) system. (a Logical Truth).
  3. Ideal Truth: That testimony (description) you would give, if your knowledge (information) was complete, your language was sufficient, stated without error, cleansed of bias, and absent deceit, within the scope of precision limited to the context of the question you wish to answer; and the promise that another possessed of the same knowledge (information), performing the same due diligence, having the same experiences, would provide the same testimony. (Ideal Truth = Perfect Parsimony.)
  4. Truthfulness: that testimony (description) you give if your knowledge (information) is incomplete, your language is insufficient, you have performed due diligence in the elimination of error, imaginary content, wishful thinking, bias, fictionalism, and deceit; within the scope of precision limited to the question you wish to answer; and which you warranty to be so; and the promise that another possessed of the knowledge, performing the same due diligence, having the same experiences, would provide the same testimony.
  5. Reasonableness: that testimony (description) you give, as justification for your reporting of your belief, justification, preference, coice, or actions with full knowledge that knowledge is incomplete, your language is insufficient, but you have not performed due diligence in the elimination of error and bias, but which you warranty is free of deceit; within the scope of precision limited to the question you wish to answer; and the promise that another possess of the same knowledge (information), performing the same due diligence, having the same experiences, would provide the same testimony.
  6. Honesty: that testimony (description) you give with full knowledge that knowledge is incomplete, your language is insufficient, but you have not performed due diligence in the elimination of error and bias, but which you warranty is free of deceit; within the scope of precision limited to the question you wish to answer; and the promise that another possess of the same knowledge (information), performing the same due diligence, having the same experiences, would provide the same testimony.

Where; 

  1. Truthful Speech Satisfies the Demand for Increasing Infallibility of Decidability

Where;

Demand for Decidability Consists In:

  1. In the REVERSE: a question (statement) is DECIDABLE if an algorithm (set of operations) exists within the limits of the system (rules, axioms, theories) that can produce a decision (choice). In other words, if the sufficient information for the decision is present (ie: is decidable) within the system(ie: grammar).
  2. In the OBVERSE: Instead, we should determine if there is a means of choosing without the need for additional information supplied from outside the system (ie: not discretionary).

Or, if DISCRETION is necessary the question is undecidable, and if discretion is unnecessary, a proposition is decidable. This separates reason (or calculation in the wider sense) from computation (algorithm).

Given the Spectrum of Demand for Decidability

  1. Intelligible: Decidable enough to imagine a conceptual relationship
  2. Reasonable: Decidable enough for me to feel confident that my decision will satisfy my needs, and is not a waste of time, energy, resources.
  3. Actionable: Decidable enough for me to take actions given time, effort, knowledge, resources.
  4. Ethical and Moral: Decidable enough for me to not impose risk or costs upon the interests of others, or cause others to retaliate against me, if they have knowledge of and transparency into my actions.
  5. Normative: Decidable enough to resolve a conflict without subjective opinion among my fellow people with similar values.
  6. Judicial: Decidable enough to resolve a conflict without subjective opinion across different peoples with different knowledge, comprehension and values.
  7. Scientific: Decidable regardless of all opinions or perspectives (True)
  8. Logical: Decidable out of physical or logical necessity
  9. Tautological: Decidedly identical in properties (referents) if not references (terms). So to borrow the one of many terms from Economics, we can see in this series (list) a market demand for increasingly infallible decidability.

Given the Human Faculties:

  1. Sense (stimuli)
    … … Perception (composition)
    … … … Association
  2. Logic Facility (constant relations)
    … … Imagination Facility (prediction)
    … … … Reason Facility (comparison, permutation)
  3. Grammar facility (statements)
    … … Paradigms (‘metaphysics’, ‘dimensions’)
    … … Vocabulary
    … … … Sounds
    … … … Signs (acts, actions)
    … … … Marks (records)
    … … … … accidental
    … … … … intentional
    … … … … … Mark
    … … … … … Symbol
    … … … … … … Glyph
    … … … … … Pictogram
    … … … … … Picture
    … … … … … Picture Series
    … … … … … Animation
  4. Communication Facility (“Language”)
    … Truths
    … … .Formal Science
    … … … Mathematics
    … … … Logics (deflationary Grammars)
    … … … Algorithms
    … … Physical Sciences
    … … … Physics
    … … … Chemistry
    … … … Biology
    … … … Sentience (Consciousness)
    … … Human Sciences
    … … … Metaphysics (Language)
    … … … Psychology
    … … … Sociology
    … Disciplines (Applied)
    … … … Medicine (Repair and Maintenance)
    … … … Engineering (Transformation)
    … … … Accounting, Finance, Economics (Measurement)
    … … … Law (Dispute Resolution)
    … Rhetorics (argumentative, persuasive Grammars)
    … Descriptions
    … … Testimony
    … Ordinary Language
    … Narrations (inflationary Grammars)
    … … Narrative (description)
    … … … Storytelling (loading, framing)
    … Deceits
    … … … Fictionalism
    … … … …. Pseudoscience -> Magic
    … … … …. Idealism-> Surrealism, and
    … … … …. Supernaturalism->Occult
    … … … Obscurantism (Obscuring, Overloading)
    … … … … Propaganda
    … … … Misdirection (Deceit)
    … … … Fraud (for gain)
    … … … Harm (Evil, for harm regardless of gain)

Where Truthful Speech Consists of:

  1. Complete Sentences
  2. In promissory form
  3. In testimonial form
  4. In operational vocabulary (as actions)
  5. absent the verb to-be (is, are, was, were…)
  6. including all changes in state
  7. including all consequences of change in state
  8. from an observer’s point of view
  9. producing a series of testable transactions.

Where the Criteria for Truthful Speech Is:

Coherence Across the Dimensions Testifiable by Man, in The Series:

  1. Existential >
    … 2. Realism >
    … 3. Naturalism >
  2. Possible >
    … 5. Operational – Demonstrable >
    … 6. Empirical – Externally Correspondent >
    … 7. Logical – Categorically Consistent
  3. Rational >
    … 9. Rational Choice – Demonstrated Preference >
    … … 10. Incentives – Demonstrated Interest >
    … … … 11. Body, Mind, Memory, Effort, Time
    … … … 12. Mates, Offspring, Kin
    … … … 13. Status, Reputation, Kith
    … … … 14. Several Interests (in many forms)
    … … … 15. Common Interests (in many forms)
    … 16. Reciprocal >
    … … 17. Productive
    … … 18. Fully Informed
    … … 19. Voluntary Transfer >
    … … 20. Free of Negative Externality >
  4. Survivable >
    … 22. Power Distribution of Law >
    … 23. Pareto Distribution of Assets >
    … 24. Nash Distribution of Rewards >
  5. Complete >
    … 26. Limits, Completeness, Full Accounting,
    … 27. Consistency, Coherence, Parsimony
  6. Competitive – in the market for theories
    … 29. Sufficient – Satisfies the Demand For Infallibility
    … 30. Parsimony – In competition with other testimonies
  7. Warrantable >
    … 32. (i)as having performed due diligence in the above dimensions;
    … 33. (ii)where due diligence is sufficient to satisfy the demand for infallibility;
    … 34. (iii)and where one entertains no risk that one cannot perform restitution for.

As a Defense Against the Series:

  1. Ignorance and Willful Ignorance;
  2. Error and failure of Due Diligence;
  3. Bias and Wishful Thinking;
  4. And the many Deceits of:
    … (a) Loading and Framing;
    … (b) Suggestion, Obscurantism, and
    … (c) Overloading, Propaganda and Social Construction
    … (d) Fictionalisms of
    … … i) Idealism -> Pseudorationalism, and
    … … ii) Magic -> Pseudoscience, and
    … … iii) Occult -> Supernaturalism;
    … (e) Sophistry
    … (f) and outright Fabrications (fictions).

In Defense or Advocacy Of:

Any transfer of demonstrated interests that is not reciprocal, as measured by the tests of:
… (a) productive
… (b) fully informed, fully accounted
… (c) voluntary transfer of demonstrated interests
… (d) free of externality of the same criteria
… (e) warrantied and within the limits of liability

Including but Not Limited To:

The Spectrum of:
… (a) murder,
… (b) harm, damage, theft,
… (c) fraud, fraud by omission, fraud by indirection, baiting into hazard
… (d) free riding, socialization of losses, privatization of commons,
… (e) rent seeking, monopoly seeking, conspiracy, statism/corporatism,
… (f) conversion(religion/pseudoscience),
… (g) displacement(immigration/overbreeding),
… (h) conquest (war).

Where Demonstrated Interest Includes:

1. Existential (or Natural) Interests:

Definition:

Existential (or Natural) Interests: Interests inherent in physical existence.

Where;
Existential (or Natural) Interests include:

1. Self: 
Life, Body, Genes,
Memories, Mind, Attention
Time, and Action
Stimulation, Experience

2. Self Determination

( … )

AND;
Cooperative Interests
:

Definition:

( … )

Where;
Cooperative
 Interests Include:

3. Status and Class (reputation, honor)
Self-Image, Status, Reputation
Social, Sexual, Economic, Political, and Military Market Value

4. Kin and Interpersonal (Relationship) Interests
Mates (access to sex/reproduction), and Marriage
Children (genetic reproduction)
Consanguineous Relations (family, kin, clan, tribal and national relations)

5. Sustainable Patterns of Association, Cooperation, Insurance, Reproduction,  Production, Distribution and Trade
Friends, Acquaintances, Neighbors,
Cooperative Relations, Commercial Relations,
Political Relations, and Military Relations.

AND
Obtained Interests
:

Definition:

Obtained Interest: Interests that are obtained by bearing a cost of opportunity, time, effort, resources, to obtain that interest without imposing upon the previously born costs of others.

Where;
Obtained Interests Include:

6. Several (Personal) Interests
Personal property: “Things an individual has a Monopoly Of Control over the use of.”

7. Shareholder (Fractional) Interests
Shares in property: Recorded And Quantified Shareholder Property (claims for partial ownership)

8. Title Interests (Weights and Measures)
Trademarks and Brands (prohibitions on fraudulent transfers within a geography).

9. Artificial Interests (Privileges)
Letters of Marque, Patents, Copyrights, Grants of License.

10. Common Interests, or “Commons” (Community Property)

(i) Institutional Property: “Those objects into which we have invested our forgone opportunities, our efforts, or our material assets, in order to aggregate capital from multiple individuals for mutual gain.”

(ii) Informational commons: knowledge. Information.

(iii) Informal (Normative) Institutions: Our norms: habits, manners, ethics and morals. Informal institutional property is nearly impossible to quantify and price.  The costs are subjective and consist of forgone opportunities.

(iv) Formal (Physical) Commons: the territory, it’s waterways, parks, buildings, improvements and infrastructure.

(v) Formal (Procedural) Institutions: Our institutions: Religion, Education, Banking, Treasury, Government, Laws, Courts.

(vi) Monuments (art and artifacts).
Monuments claim territory, demonstrate wealth, and provide one of the longest most invariable normative and economic returns that any culture can construct as a demonstration of conspicuous production (wealth), and as such, conspicuous excellence. (hence why competing monuments represent an invasion. Temples, Churches, Museums, Sculptures being the most obvious examples of cultural claim or conquest. )

(vii) Common Opportunity Interests
When people come together in proximity, and suppress impositions of costs upon the interests of others through the incremental evolution of the law of reciprocity, they decrease the time and effort required to produce voluntary association, cooperation and exchange. As such polities decrease opportunity costs, and generate opportunities. These opportunities are un-homesteaded (opportunities) until invested in by individuals either by expenditure of time effort and resources, or by forgoing opportunities for consumption. As such the proximity of people and the institution of reciprocity under law produce a commons of opportunities that we seize (homestead) by competition. As such no one may claim interest in an opportunity without conducting and exchange by which to seize it.

(human capital)

11.  Common Future Interests

(Self Determination within the limits of reciprocity, …)

And;
Where;

The ( …. knowledge, epistemology … ) life cycle:
(a) observation (Experience)
(b) *Free association*
(c) test of reasonability
(d) *Hypothesis*
(e) Perform Due Diligence.
(f) *Theory*
(g) Survival in the market for application
(h) *Law*
(i) Survival in the market for refutation
(j) *Habituation into metaphysical assumptions*
(k) Falsification and reformation

And;

Facts (theories of observations) vs Theories vs Laws ( … )

Therefore;

1 – No right to Untruthful or Ir-reciprocal speech in public to the public in matters public shall exist for any reason either directly or indirectly.

( Counsel: While we may not violate an individual’s right to his or her thoughts, we have the obligation to prevent harm by display word and deed that produces evidence of those thoughts in the commons, where demand for desirable falsehoods spreads among those with the least agency to resist them. )

2. And all Speech to the Public, in Public in matters Public by display, word, and deed, shall be involuntarily warrantied, as are all other goods, services, and information, to be free of untruthful speech and irreciprocity, directly or indirectly, or by accumulated consequence of externality.

3 – The Right to be free of, the obligation to refrain from, and the obligation to defend against untruthful and irreciprocal speech in  public to the public in matters public in display word and deed shall not be infringed; and to Obligation stop, demand restitution for, punish, and prevent repetition of untruthful and irreciprocal speech shall not be infringed.

4 – The Right to be free of, the Obligation to refrain from, and the Obligation to defend against, suppression of truthful and reciprocal public speech in public to the public in matters public, and to Obligation stop, demand restitution for, punish, and prevent repetition of suppression of such truthful and reciprocal speech shall not be infringed.

(Counsel: the technique of suppressing truthful and reciprocal speech shall be prohibited.)

5 – Specific Prohibitions:

3 – The right to be free of Defamation in by libel and slander shall not be infringed; and the obligation that one speak truthfully, and that the person, group, or organization committed a crime punishable under law, shall not be limited.

(a) The offended party need not demonstrate damage. The offending party need demonstrate the statements are not false, either in expression or implication.

(b) The practice of “Trial by Gossip” and “Trial By Media” shall be prohibited.

(Counsel: Having opened the Court to standing in matters of the commons, all disputes public and private can have recourse of action and voice). 

2 – The Right to be free of Sedition in entertainment, arts, and letters, shall include;

(a) fiction shall be labeled and structured as a fiction, and obviously so;
(b) dramatization of public figures directly or implied shall be prohibited;
(c) Attempts at creation of a false history (historical fictionalism) shall be prohibited;
(d) Framing of the un-heroic as heroic, immoral as moral, and unethical as ethical, shall be prohibited;
(e) Any attempt to  ( …. )

(Counsel: The Abrahamic practice of using the permissiveness of the arts and letters to harm the informational commons by the diminution of our ancestors and heroes shall be prohibited.)

5 – The Right to be free of sedition by criticism of European people, their history, their achievements, ….. their religion…. traditions…. Culture … the obligation to…

6 – The Specific Right to be free of The First and Second Jewish wars against European people and the restoration of the Islamic war against the world peoples by:

i) The First Semitic War of sedition by Judaism revolt against truth, reason, science, market meritocracy, and the natural transcendence of man out of ignorance and poverty, by the false promises to bait peoples in to hazard by use of the deceits of supernatural religions.

ii) The Second Semitic War of Sedition by Judaism’s revolt against truth, reason, science, market meritocracy, and the natural transcendence of man by the false promises to of freedom from physical, natural, and evolutionary laws; specifically the pseudosciences of Boasian anthropology, Freudian psychology, Marxist Economics and Sociology, Marxist-socialism’s economics and politics, Gramsci, Adorno, and Fromm’s culture, values, and aesthetics; the sophistry of Derrida, Foucault and ____’s attack on truth – the foundation of our civilization. Friedan’s undermining of marriage and family. Mises’, Rand’s, And Rothbard’s undermining of our Morality and Law. Trotsky, Sch—-,  and Kristol’s undermining of our political institutions. And the 100M world dead by their hands, and the irreversible damage to our civilization by their sedition.

iii) The Restoration and Continuation of the Islamic war on human civilization, and their 1400 year attack on Western civilization, and their destruction of all the great civilizations of the ancient world: north African, Egyptian, Levantine, Mesopotamian, Anatolian, Byzantine-Greek, old Europe-Balkans, the great civilization of Persia, and the foundations of Hindu Civilization in the the Indus river valleys. The one billion dead, the loss of great cultures, their arts, their letters, their knowledge, and worst of all, their genetics.

4 – The Right to be free of Sedition by competition against, or argument against, or criticism of the natural law, the law of the European peoples, and this constitution, and the Obligation to refrain from sedition, and Obligation to defend and prosecute sedition shall not be infringed.

6 – Specific Licenses:

(Christianity)

III. Reciprocity in Deed

Where;
Reciprocity consists of:

… (a) productive
… (b) fully informed, fully accounted
… (d) voluntary transfer of demonstrated interests
… (e) free of externality of the same criteria
… (c) warrantied and within the limits of liability

Regarding Privacy

( … )

Regarding Attention

( … )

Regarding Interference

1 – The Right of Transit in commercial and public spaces shall not be infringed. Therefore, the obligation to refrain from impediment or obstruction of ways, including aisles, paths, roads and their likenesses in land, water, air, space  shall not be diminished.

Regarding Several Property Interests

( … )

Regarding Artificial Property Interests

Whereas;

The purpose of copyrighttrademarkbrandpatent, and natural patent is to prevent profit without contribution to research, development, and production – it is a prohibition on free riding.

Therefore;

1 – The purpose of Trademark is the production of a weight and measure, and all such marks shall constitute a weight and measure. As such the right of the people to register trademarks, and prohibit violations of those trademarks shall not be infringed.  The purpose of the practice of “branding” using the full range of visible properties available to man, shall constitute a weight and measure.

2 – The purpose of Copyright is to prevent profit from the productivity of an author in the market for goods, services, and information. Copyright shall be reduced to the Creative Commons that disallows profiting from the distribution of works by others but permits copying for personal and non-commercial use. (Defund Entertainment through elimination of market subsidy via copyright, yet preserve rights of creators from profiting from their efforts without compensation. This shall not be construed beyond the original intent of this clause which is the free distribution of all creative works but the requirement to negotiate compensation from the use of such works for commercial purposes. In other words, a radio station may play music for free and a civic festival show a video for free, but the use of any works in acts of marketing, advertising, or branding, or reproduction for sale require negotiation with the creator.

3 – The purpose of Patents is to subsidize BASIC technological research and investment such that the rewards for basic research are substantive.  Patents are not a vehicle depriving the market of innovations, or depriving the market of goods services or information, or creating rents, but for providing compensation and reward for investment in basic research.  As such, the scope of patents shall be limited to basic research in materials and processes of physical transformation and construction, and in particular neither logical nor aesthetic patents shall be issued. They shall be protected under copyright and trademark.

4 – The purpose of Natural Patents is to provide compensation to individuals for the production of innovation whether by design or accident. A natural patent shall apply to the use of an individual’s genome or any other biological product for commercial use.

5 – The durability of copyright, trademark, brand, patent, and  natural patents:

    • The durability of Copyright shall be the lifetime of the creators and living offspring at the time of production.
    • The durability of trademark shall be the continued production of the good, service, or information plus three years.
    • The durability of a brand shall be the continued production of the good plus three years.
    • The durability of a patent shall be the direct cost of investment times five, the duration of the production, distribution, and sale plus eighteen months.  Patents may be sold, but only for the purpose of production. Patents may not be held either to deny the market, nor to farm the patent for dividends, nor to pursue profit for patent infringement independent of production.
    • The durability of a natural patent shall be the lifetime of the individual, his offspring whether living or yet to be.

-Regarding Common Property Interests-

1 – The right of Transit, including driving, on existing routes, shall not be infringed for any reason other than for the past imposition on risk of others by means of recklessness, impairment driving, or interference in other’s driving, whether by display, word, or deed.

2 – All laws regarding the use of private and common spaces and all within them shall enumerate which rights are granted and if unenumerated shall be deemed ‘Sacred’; meaning that one has none of the rights listed below, whatsoever.

Those rights shall be:

    • Sacred: no rights.
    • Transit – passage by walking through 3d space, without mechanical or other aid, limited to what you can carry, on existing paths.
    • Transport – passage of other than body and what you can carry without aid through space, on existing paths.
    • Wander – movement over outside of existing paths.
    • Loiter – Enumerated as ‘Rest’, Sleep, ‘Stay’
    • Congregation – of more than one person.
    • Observation – may observe others, or merely watch where  you ‘re walking – this is to limit both people observing, image capture, and drone activity.
    • Recording – by any means.
    • Display – including dress, appearance, and behavior
    • Sound – other that whispers from one person to another
    • Approach – right of approaching others
    • Greeting – Acknowledgement of one another’s presence.
    • Speech (Word), and shall enumerate to include
    • …. …. …. “Acknowledgement“,
    • …. …. …. “Introduction“,
    • …. …. …. “Conversation“,
    • …. …. …. “Solicitation“, “Begging
    • …. …. …. “Promotion“,
    • …. …. …. “Listed Topics, Listed Prohibited Topics
    • Action –  ‘Movement’, ‘Touch’, ‘Play’
    • Usus – Use: setting up a stall, holding meeting.
    • Fructus – Fruits: (blackberries, wood, profits)
    • Emancipation – Emancipation: (sale, transfer)
    • Homestead – Homesteading: Convert an opportunity into property through bearing a cost of transformation.
    • Abusus – Abuse: (Consumption, harm or Destruction)

– Regarding Informal Institutions –

Regarding Freedom from Competition (cost)

( … )

Regarding Language of Speech 

( … ) (Differences in language : high precision, low context, the relation to truth and operational speech, the metaphysical content of languages, and the costs of frictions from competing other speech.)

1 – The language shall be English and exclusively English in all public speech, including display word and deed, with no accommodation, tolerance or exception.

( Counsel: whereas English is a precise legal and scientific language suitable for operational speech; and whereas the commonality of language reinforces a commonality and subtlety of meaning, and the associated premiums therefrom, no one has the right to impose costs on that commons we call language by competition. )

Regarding Manners, Ethics and morals (is this here or separate page?)

( … )

Regarding Norms

( … ) (integration)  (the spectrum of religions)

Regarding Traditions

( … )

– Regarding Formal Institutions –

( … )

(  … ) This constitution

( … ) (is all govt here?)

Regarding Standards of Weights and Measures

( … )

-Regarding Association, Disassociation, Exit, and Secession-

1 – The right of the people to exit from any political order and its territory without cost or penalty shall not be infringed.

(Counsel: The right of association is meaningless without rights of disassociation (exclusion).  The right of disassociation for any reason whatsoever shall be restored, and no forcible interactions shall be imposed upon people. This ends the forced association of peoples against their will)

2. The right of the people to freedom of association, disassociation, and exit, for any reason, in matters private, commercial, and political shall not be infringed.  The people shall have the right to form gatherings, organizations, enterprises, neighborhoods, regions or realms by any criteria they choose without exception.

3. All members of any organization, whether Religious, Intellectual, Political, Civic, Commercial, or Criminal; and whether formal or informal, shall insure the display, word, and deed of all other members, and shall be be accountable for the display word and deed of all other members in actions of common interests.

(Counsel: The practice of fringe members of any organization to take criminal, unethical, and immoral actions that advance common interests while preserving the activities of the group unchanged, shall end.)

4. The right to be free of harassment shall not be infringed.  Therefore the right of Transit of the Commons shall be granted reciprocally, but no other rights shall exist between one person and another without consent, and all possible rights are prohibited when expressly rejected.  Therefore Stalking, Paparazzi, Protesting, Activism, Journalism, Recruiting, Preaching, Selling, and Begging alike are prohibited.

(Counsel: The courts give us all necessary means of resolution and the tolerance for harassment, particularly of public figures shall be terminated.)

5. The Right to Attention, and to be free of Interruption shall not be infringed  (obligation not to interrupt draw attention)

-Regarding Borders and Territory-

1. Any aliens who attempt to enter the territory by any means other than those prescribed to Visitors shall be subject to extra-judicial punishment or execution without trial or appeal, by any of the people, at any time, at their sole discretion.

2. Any people, government, religion, or other organization unable to contain their people from continuous flight such that they pose border risks to the Territory shall have implicitly declared war, and shall lose rights of sovereignty, reciprocity, rule and governance, and any actions necessary to prevent such continued warfare shall be used to restore borders and order, including conquest, subjugation, and rule.

IV. Reciprocity in Defense

Defense of Interests, Rights, and Obligations

1 – The Right and Obligation to Keep, Bear, and Use Arms

i – The right and obligation of all citizens to keep, bear, and use, any and all arms individually preferred, functionally sufficient, or strategically necessary for personal, familial, common, commercial, civil, and military defense, at all times, without exception, shall not be infringed.

ii – The obligation of all able male citizens between 16 and 65 to keep and bear necessary and sufficient arms and ammunition, and to remain disciplined in their use, and fit to use them in defense of the people and their interests, whether by personal initiative, civic request, militial or military service shall not be infringed.

iii. The inalienability of the citizen’s right and obligation to keep arms, bear arms, and use arms, and obligation to remain fit for, perform service in, the citizen’s militia shall not be infringed.

iiii. Any and all attempts by display word or deed to alienate a citizen or citizens, or attempt at alienation by a citizen or citizens from the right and obligation to keep and bear those arms, remain fit for and perform services in the citizen’s militia, shall constitute an act of treason punishable by death.

3 – Prohibition on Treason (in display word and deed)

(a) Whoever, owing allegiance to the people and this constitution thereof, assists in war by violence, immigration, conversion, information, or trade or any other means of harm against them or advances the interests of their competitors, giving them information, or aid or comfort within or without, is guilty of treason and shall suffer death, or shall be imprisoned not less than five years and fined under this title but not less than one half of the median income; shall be reduced to Resident, shall be incapable of holding any office, or to engage in public speech.

(b) Whoever, owing allegiance to the people and this constitution thereof, and having knowledge of the commission of any treason against them, conceals and does not, as soon as may be, disclose and make known the same to a officer of the military, or to a governor or to some judge or justice, is guilty of misprision of treason and shall be fined or imprisoned not more than seven years, or both.

4 – Rights and Obligations of Sedition

Except in restitution of the terms of this constitution, if two or more persons in any State or Territory, or in any place subject to the jurisdiction of the United States, conspire to overthrow, put down, or to destroy by force the political institutions of the people, or to levy war against them, or to oppose by force the authority thereof, or by force to prevent, hinder, or delay the execution of any law of the United States, or by force to seize, take, or possess any property of the United States contrary to the authority thereof, they shall each be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than twenty years, or both.   Conversely, it is the right and obligation of the people, the militia, and the military, to restore this constitution by any and all means possible, save none.

5 – Rights and Obligation of Revolt

Except in restitution of the terms of this constitution, whoever incites, sets on foot, assists, or engages in any rebellion or insurrection against the institutions of this constitution, or the laws thereof, or gives aid or comfort thereto, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than ten years, or both; and shall be incapable of holding any office under the United States. Conversely, it is the right and obligation of the people, the militia, and the military, to restore this constitution by any and all means possible, save none.

Extra-Judicial Discipline, Cessation, Restitution, and Punishment

1. The right of the people to Extra-judicial Prosecution and Punishment of perpetrators of repeated crimes of predation, with the presence and consent of no less than twenty five citizens, shall not be infringed.

(i) Whereas the court must prohibit itself and those before it from abuses of procedure and law, which leaves open the possibility of release of the guilty.  Therefore the right of the people to act when due process fails, shall not be infringed.

(ii) Whereas it is in the nature of the people to grant excessive sympathy, the right of the people to hanging of pedophiles and rapists, and to the whipping of scolds shall not be infringed.

2. The right to Stand One’s Ground shall not be infringed.  All men’s intentions shall be taken by their display word and deed, and all threats immediate and actionable.

3. The right of citizens to Castle in one’s Home shall not be infringed with the exceptions of murder, kidnapping, hostage-taking, imminent physical harm, explosives large enough to damage neighbouring property, and other weapons of mass destruction.

( Counsel: Every Sovereign man is his own legislature, but as such, bears the consequences of his own legislation. )

4. The right to Defend Marriage from interference, and  Self, Spouse, Children, Kin, and one’s Private Property from harm and loss shall not be infringed.

(Counsel: Crimes of passion in the face of present evidence are warranted in defense of self, mates, and kin. )

5. The right to Demand Apology and Restitution  (duel) in defense of reputation and honor, to self, mate, family, kin, and nation; to engage hand to hand fighting if unsatisfied; to delay the restitution, or appeal to the People or the Court for satisfaction shall not be infringed.  The obligation to cease upon submission, to refrain from striking when down, and prohibit kicking of the head, shall be preserved; and the violation of this obligation shall be a crime of attempted murder, which may be adjudicated by Seconds immediately or at any time thereafter.

(Counsel: A duel ends upon submission. )

(a) Action by any third party or parties that interferes with a duel, other than to cease it, by causing distraction or harm, shall be a crime of attempted murder wich may adjudicated by Seconds immediately or at any time thereafter.

6 – In the matters of defense and duel, the right to be free of ir-reciprocity or escalation; and to be free of retaliation against proxies (feud) shall not be infringed.

( Counsel:  —“The Sovereign’s ready answer to ridicule, shaming, rallying, gossiping, scolding, fictionalism and deceit, is violence: the duel.”— )

7 – The Obligation To Defend …

(every man a sheriff) (crime)

( Counsel: —“By the Statute of Winchester of 1285, 13 Edw. I cc. 1 and 4, it was provided that anyone, either a constable or a private citizen, who witnessed a crime shall make hue and cry, and that the hue and cry must be kept up against the fleeing criminal from town to town and from county to county, until the felon is apprehended and delivered to the sheriff.

All able-bodied men, upon hearing the shouts, were obliged to assist in the pursuit of the criminal, which makes it comparable to the posse comitatus.

Men who failed to join the posse “the whole hundred … shall be answerable” for the theft or robbery committed, in effect a form of collective punishment for failing to uphold the law. Those who raised a hue and cry falsely were themselves guilty of a crime.”— ) 

7.1 Obligation to surrender (crime)

( … )

8 – Obligation to Discipline   …(manners ethics and morals)

( … escalation of discipline: expression-display, private word, public word, public cry, public strike, public restraint … )

(counsel: Shall be delivered calmly as advisor, and shall not be means by which private frustrations are escalated to public catharsis. )

8.1 – Obligation to Accept Discipline …

( cease, acknowledge, calm, apologize, cease discipline )

7. Reciprocity in Restitution, Punishment and Prevention

Limitless Restitution, punishment prevention

( … ) our people shall be free of harm anywhere they tread.

If given entry into a domain, he shall be constrained under our laws, and no other, and he remains insured by our people, under our law,

V. Reciprocity in Inalienation

( … )

Our People shall be Sovereign Individually and Collectively

Self Determination

Self Defense

Self Rule by Rule of Law

Self Government

Territory

Self Sufficiency

Self Development

Agency

(Treason to submit)

Rights and Obligations Under Contracts of The Commons

Rights and Obligations Under Military Command (catastrophe, emergency/catsastrophe, and medical)

Rights and Obligations Under Monarchical Command

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Acts

Policy

– ( … ) Media / movie inventory

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