Discussions on the Model Constitution (20th in a Series): Direct Imperial Government, Monarchy

Discussions on the Model Constitution (20th in Series): Direct Imperial Government, Monarchy
by Frank Wynerth Summers III on Wednesday, May 2, 2012 at 1:53pm ·
This Note will be about the first two subsections of the First Section of Article Six in my Model Constitution. For those who want to see the Model Constitution I propose as a whole you can go to the following link:


This is one of the many times when I ought to express clearly that founding the Constitutional Union proposed here in this Model Constitution will be very difficult I would not be proposing it if I were not compelled to believe that it was truly exigent and urgently needed. There are risks and huge obstacles along the way. Often in these notes I choose to spend most of the time and space involved in the note in discussing not the principal topic of the text but the the part which a reader might find most disturbing or shocking if reading the note without great familiarity with the topics being discussed. Then in a few words here and there I try to draw connections to the main legal points of the text and the basic constitutional theories involved. I also break down the constitutional text in a very basic way in the bold print section just below the text in these notes. That is what I am going to do again in this text. Most of the note will be about Imperial polygamy because polygamy is shocking and disturbing to many people and in this text the Imperial Harem is more or less introduced for the first time. Polygamy is essential to this partion of the Model Constitution but it is not the main point here. You can read over the bold print just below and a few points I will make along the way to grasp those main points. While the founding of the regime is not making Christianity the official religion there is an officially Christian Emperor and Empress and so the claims of Christianity must be dealt with seriously. That is the reason why this has a good bit of the tome of a theological and dcotrinal tract. That will not now become the normal trend for every note.

The Empire does not dictate domestic regimes to all or any of the Constitutional Jurisdictions of the Federal American Empire of the United States. However, it does presume and operate on the presumption that society will be better if most Citizen-Subjects are in monogamous marriages for a good portion of their adult lives. The tendency will be to see a structure courtship with what is still a love match leading to a single monogamous marriage between a man and a woman as the ideal for most people. However, the regime and its leaders expect to support the survival of monasticism for homosexuals of both sexes, bisexuals of both sexes and true celibates who wish to create such regimes. The regime and its leaders expect to support the survival of divorce with all of its trauma and injuries to society as part of the cost of a free people living together. The regime and its leaders expect to support the survival and restoration of formal placed mistresses for elite men who can afford a modest degree of polygamy in a modern American and Western Context. The regime and its leaders expect to support the survival and restoration of a relatively small number of true harems which clearly are regulated and recognize ranking of wives and both varied rules and traditions and Imperial Justice. In the Direct Imperial Government Jurisdiction all of these institutions will be extablished and also the existence of licensed courtesans who are highly regulated women who are paid sexual partners married to consenting and licensed men and operating outside their normal social circle.

However, the great Imperial Harem proposed here is far more than just one of these ancillary domestic and sexual regimes. It is also very much at the heart of the Empire and the Imperial section of society as proposed in this Constitution. This harem is very important to this Empire being what it must be for this regime to survive. It has been argued by many that polygamy is immoral and many of those who argue it are Christians, Jews and even Mormons who adhere to religions as their basis of morality and these religions are founded in the life of Abraham. Abraham was of course a polygamist:

Genesis 25:1-6
New International Reader’s Version (NIRV)
Genesis 25
Abraham Dies
1 Abraham married another woman. Her name was Keturah. 2 She had Zimran, Jokshan, Medan, Midian, Ishbak and Shuah by Abraham. 3 Jokshan was the father of Sheba and Dedan. The children of Dedan were the Asshurites, the Letushites and the Leummites. 4 The sons of Midian were Ephah, Epher, Hanoch, Abida and Eldaah. All of them came from Keturah.
5 Abraham left everything he owned to Isaac. 6 But while he was still living, he gave gifts to the sons of his concubines. Then he sent them away from his son Isaac. He sent them to the land of the east.

The passage above leaves out Abraham’s union with Sarah the mother of Isaac and the early years of their monogamy. It also leaves aside the long story which consists of his union with Hagar and the life of Hagar’s son Ishmael. But it shows he lived in a ranked polygamous system and shows the danger of taking things in a narrow and obviously foolish way as he gave presents and sent them to specified lands but gave Isaac the “everything” that was his title and estate. Isaac’s son Jacob will repeat the custom of a significant harem as recorded below.

Genesis 35:23-29
New International Reader’s Version (NIRV)
23 Leah was the mother of Reuben, Jacob’s oldest son. Her other sons were Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar and Zebulun. 24 The sons of Rachel were Joseph and Benjamin. 25 The sons of Rachel’s female servant Bilhah were Dan and Naphtali. 26 The sons of Leah’s female servant Zilpah were Gad and Asher.
Those were Jacob’s sons. They were born in Paddan Aram.
27 Jacob came home to his father Isaac in Mamre. Mamre is near Kiriath Arba, where Abraham and Isaac had stayed. The place is also called Hebron.
28 Isaac lived 180 years. 29 Then he took his last breath and died. He was very old when he joined the members of his family who had already died. His sons Esau and Jacob buried his body.
From these sons of polygamous Isaac we get the twelve tribes of Israel whose Patriarchs are also the type Jesus imitates in calling the Twelve Apostles. These products of polygamy found the archetypal structure of the Judeo-Christian Tradition. Just as Ishamel’s line which Mohammed claimed led to Arabs and Islam was also polygamous so was Esau’s line. One can see this in Genesis 36:1-7. Jesus Christ was most often called Son of David in the Gopsels of the Christian New Testament and in the historic reality of much of his life. David was called “a Man after God’s Own Heart” and made the claim of being “The Lord’s Anointed” a regular titile central to devout kingship. David was a very polygamous king whose marriages to Michal Princess of the House of Saul, Abigail, Bathsheba and several others all have the character of separate love stories with many troubles which display the individual personality of each of the women he loved who loved him. He had many more plural wives or consorts than are named as we see when he retires the ones who had become sexual partners of his rebelious son Prince Absalom, that passage is 2 Samuel 20:3.

The New Testament never condemns polygamy and it makes no bones about condemning at least some aspects and expressions of homosexuality in the Apostolic epistolary portions. This regime will tolerate and some other regimes in the Union will foster homosexuality which clearly is of the kind not allowed by the authoritative text for Christian morality. Further, the Christian tradition has its founder’s unambiguous condemnation of Divorce which is also permitted and this passage is also subject to careful interpretation.

Mark 10:1-12
New International Reader’s Version (NIRV)
Mark 10
Jesus Teaches About Divorce
1 Jesus left that place and went into the area of Judea and across the Jordan River. Again crowds of people came to him. As usual, he taught them.
2 Some Pharisees came to put him to the test. They asked, “Does the Law allow a man to divorce his wife?”
3 “What did Moses command you?” he replied.
4 They said, “Moses allowed a man to write a letter of divorce and send her away.”
5 “You were stubborn. That’s why Moses wrote you this law,” Jesus replied. 6 “But at the beginning of creation, God ‘made them male and female.’—(Genesis 1:27) 7 ‘That’s why a man will leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife. 8 The two of them will become one.’—(Genesis 2:24) They are no longer two, but one. 9 So a man must not separate what God has joined together.”
10 When they were in the house again, the disciples asked Jesus about this.
11 He answered, “What if a man divorces his wife and gets married to another woman? He commits adultery against her. 12 And what if she divorces her husband and gets married to another man? She commits adultery.”
While the founding of the regime is not making Christianity the official religion there is an officially Christian Emperor and Empress and so the claims of Christianity must be dealt with seriously. It may happen that this regiome being founded will cause Mormons to use the DIG Jurisdction to live out polygamy while believing in Celestial plural marriage. But this is traditional Christian polygamy and accepts that even full sacramental marriage is abond only for earthly life which is still caught up in the eternal mystery of love which is on both side of death. This is one means of securing the inner person and dignity of each sex and especially of women in the harem and elsewhere.

Mark 12:18-27
New International Reader’s Version (NIRV)
Marriage When the Dead Rise
18 The Sadducees came to Jesus with a question. They do not believe that people rise from the dead. 19 “Teacher,” they said, “Moses wrote for us about a man who died and didn’t have any children. But he did leave a wife behind. That man’s brother must get married to the widow. He must have children to carry on his dead brother’s name.
20 “There were seven brothers. The first one got married. He died without leaving any children. 21 The second one got married to the widow. He also died and left no child. It was the same with the third one. 22 In fact, none of the seven left any children. Last of all, the woman died too. 23 When the dead rise, whose wife will she be? All seven of them were married to her.”
24 Jesus replied, “You are mistaken because you do not know the Scriptures. And you do not know the power of God. 25 When the dead rise, they won’t get married. And their parents won’t give them to be married. They will be like the angels in heaven.
26 “What about the dead rising? Haven’t you read in the scroll of Moses the story of the bush? God said to Moses, ‘I am the God of Abraham. I am the God of Isaac. And I am the God of Jacob.’—(Exodus 3:6) 27 He is not the God of the dead. He is the God of the living. You have made a big mistake!”
Having discussed this we need not get nto every detail of how these things play out theologicaly any more than we already have. The next thing to remember is that Tertulian who was never canonized because his teaching and life were more successful than exemplary spent much of his life trying to change the status quo among priest in that grand and semi-united communion of what became Roman Catholic and Greek Orthodox Priest. Until his time there were three very sizable groups of priests in terms of domestic rgimes. One was a group of monogamous priests who lived much as Protestant ministers and most Greek Orthodox priests do today. Another group was made up of men who vowednot ot have relations with women and consisted of real celibates, homosexual and those with hidden relationships much like Roman Catholic priests today. The third group was made up of priest who married usually two sisters from a devout family. The fact that he had to fight so hard is evidence of how well respected these priests were throughout the Church.
The word filioque in the phrase Pater Filioque procedit (proceeds from the Father and the son) which describes the Holy Spirit was added to the Nicene Creed and the glory of the altars by Charlemagne Carolingian, Duke of Bavaria, King of the Franks, King of the Lombards, Holy Roman Emperor, was born in the year 746 in Herstal to Pepin the Short and Bertrada of Laon and died 28 January 814 in Aachen of unspecified causes. Charlemagne was astrong polygamist who taught his royal sons to be so as well. He married Himiltrude (c742-c780) . He married Gerperga 767 . He married Hildegard (758-783) 770 . He married Fastrada (?-794) . He married Luitgard (?-800) . He was very much an openly Christian King and also puts to death the idea that among the very white people of the cloudy West in Europe Polygamy had no place. rpyal polygamy was essential to the ideas and work of the man known as Charlemagne (Latin: Carolus Magnus, meaning Charles the Great) who was a Christian and traditional King of the Franks from 768 and Emperor of the Romans (Imperator Romanorum) from 800 to his death. Charlemagne turned the Frankish kingdom into a Frankish Empire holding much of Western and Central Europe. A military and protocl success he united most of Italy and was crowned Imperator Augustus by Pope Leo III on 25 December 800 rivaling the Byzantine Emperor in Constantinople for a while. The importance of this man is hard to overstate. His contributions include the Carolingian Renaissance which was a revival of art, religion, and culture through the medium of the Catholic Church. However, his devopment of law, human e fuedalism and the arts of war went far beyond religion. A sophisiticated Western polygamist is numbered as Charles I in the regnal lists of France, Germany (where he is known as Karl der Große), and the Holy Roman Empire.

In this regime we are talking of course about life in this century. Assuming that Prince Charles’ relationship with the Current Duchess of Cornwall has not at some times been a cover for any number of other things including possible homosexual relationships one cannot help but feel that had she been introduced to Diana originally as his Official mistress things might have been better for a great many people. She may be a fine person but the outcome has hardly been ideal. Between Charlemagne adn the present day we have the discovery of the Forbidden City and its huge harems, the ladies that were bound to French, English and other kings. We have a whole battery of poygamist instituions we will not discuss in depth. But we will deal with an institution close to the intended and proposed regime and to its roots in Louisiana.

Plaçage was a very important recognized extralegal system in which white men drawn from the elite or prosperous classes of French, Spanish, Acadian, Creole and later some of the planter Elite of British America men entered into the what Americans often regarded as the equivalent of common-law marriages with women of African, Indian and white (European) Creole descent. However, while the formalities and some codes did devlope when white women were rare and serve as limited marraiges of amonogamous type they continued and spread as the polygamous achievements and glory of successful polygamous men who left their main estate to a woman and the children by her in their own class and a smaller estate to their placee. The word Plaçage is French derived from placer meaning “to place with”. The women were open consorts with rights in law and honor but were not legally recognized as wives but were known as placées; Free people of color called these institutions and domestic regimes mariages de la main gauche or left-handed marriages. Most such women quarteronnes or quadroons, or octaroons, the offspring of a European and a mulatto or a quadroon. Secondly most sought were the less numerous Metis women born to an Aboriginal American and a Europena or White person, but plaçage is found between whites and mulattoes and blacks. This influential domestic regime was well established throughout the French and Spanish colonial periods and survived in declining from throughout the antebellum period Found outside Louisiana there was an infrastructure in the cities of Natchez and Biloxi, Mississippi; Mobile, Alabama; St. Augustine and Pensacola, Florida; as well as Saint-Domingue (present-day Haiti). Plaçage, was more formalized as part of the whole second system of hidden laws and secret governments which operated behind its ts open application in New Orleans. The Imperial Mistress of Cermonies who will be governor of the Imperial Harem will also hav an offic which operates a system of placement and licensed mistress regimes for all races in limited and well-defined legal contexts. This institution has grown up in a monogamous society and despite the important prevalence of interracial covenants in the colony, not nearly all women in the Creoles of Colorcommunity were or became placées.

We will return to this subject. It will come up if we are to get through this Constitution. There will be time to talk about why it works and about all the functions it has and what its importance is. I have some other things I need to be doing and so I am simply getting this Note out and then taking a few more days off. People reading this will know that I am an American Christian and I just do not want them to think that I sort of accidentally wrote these things without thinking of how no American Christian could really propose such a thing. Quite, the opposite is the case. This is a serious part of a serious proposal which is seriously made.

Now I will leave you to read the Constitutional passages. There is an effort to show that we are gvetting away from the Union itself into areas where the Emperor would be more himself and more operating directly in an Imperial way.

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Article Six: The Direct Imperial Government
Section One: Monarchy
Subsection One: The Nature of the Monarchy and of the Direct Imperial Government
Provision One: This article shall not be construed in a significant way to enhance or authorize expansion of powers reserved or granted to the Emperor elsewhere in the Constitution. Likewise limits to the Emperor in the Direct Imperial Government shall not necessarily carry over to those powers exercised dirfectly in the sphere of the Empire in the broades sense, extraordinary powers in the Union or powers in the Sovereign titles held in Louisiana and in the Imperial Tribe. The Emperor shall reign, shall be the Supreme Executive, Special and Extraordinary Commander in Chief and Judiciary of Last Resort in the Empire. He is a minor and indirect player in the making of laws known as Legislation. This Article and this Constitution as a whole do not prejudice his roles as holder of other Titles.
Provision Two: This Article is also not the Constitution of the Direct Imperial Government Jurisdiction. This Article discusses the Direct Imperial Government as it exists within its roles and functions in the Empire and Union as such. The Emperor shall preside over an a federal Empire which while it is more unitary and less federal than the true nature of the republic is as federal as the republic was often understood to be recently and his sovereignty is that of the federal and direct imperial power and not of the States or constitutional jurisdictions in which a portion of the system of dual sovereignty exists. The Emperor shall by right occupy in fullness the Presidential and executive power during times when the First and Executive Vice President is disabled or unnamed sharing them with the Second or Deput Executive Vice President as proper under the Constitution.
Provision Three: When seeing the texts of this Article which authorize the effective exercise of powers by the Emperor not subject to much or any check or review by the Union or its executive it will not change the certain fact that powers of the Executive Branch as they have been vested in the Presidents of the Republic shall be ordinarily and customarily exercised by First and Executive Vice President except where the written constitution of the Empire clearly transfers or reserves those rights to the Emperor or where lands, bureaucracies houses and tribes clearly fall under the special power of the new Empire and were not part of the old Republican Presidency.
Provision Four: The processes of the Founding of the Empire shall in every way count as the Election of the Founding Emperor and the joining while the Constitution endures of the title of Basileus and Emperor. Basileus shall be the senior title and the Acadians shall provide no less than two-thirds majorities in all conclave elections under the Constitution. The Emperor shall also be at least King of the Compact of Louisiana and possibly of some of its Jurisdictions as well, including Roi de L’Etat de la Louisiane. This shall be a title equal in seniority to that of the Emperor and shall produce no less than half as many electors in the Conclave as the Empire itself produces.
Provision Five: Further the Empire and Union must accept that the Direct Imperial Government will be the principal venue covered by this Constitution for interacting with the Imperial Tribe. Nor can the republican and democratic ideas of accountancy and transparency always be applied to the House and the Tribe. Thus the committments to transparency and accountability made in this Constitution as regard the House and Tribe are to be narrowly construed. In this sense of separation there is also the fact that the Empire and Union must accept the fact that some of the Acadians will not be citizen-subjects of the Empire. These Outside Acadians will participate in benefits of the Direct Imperial Government in a limited way with respect for the security of the Union and Empire and their representatives and random select members will number no more than one fifth nor less than one tenth of the Acadian section of the conclave unless the demographics or politics should obviously mean that the se persons had become citizen-subjects of the Empire.
Subsection Two: Partial Enumeration of the Elements of the Direct Imperial Government
The Royal Monarchist element of the Third Union will be most effective and complete in the Direct Imperial Government (DIG). There shall be a handful of Institutions which shall be most especially the Preserve of the Royalist Imperial element of the government and society. A partial but substantial list that includes most of these elements would be:
I. The Imperial House itself.
*The Special Properties of the Royal Fiat Spaces, Zonesections, Grand Seigneuries Fiefdoms of the Imperial House and Harem are all going to be very substantial shocks and difficult adjustments to the political culture of this country and union.
i.The Imperial Harem
Imperial Harem will be the most difficult to accept as a real and normal part of life. It will be governed more than almost any other institution outside the purview of this constitution itself because this is primarily the Federal Constitution and secondarily the Constitution on that part of the Imperial regime which is most public and invoved with the Federal regime. However, there are some laws and facts to which the Federal Union and the Jurisdictions must give effect and of which they must take legal cognizance.Separate from the other issuesis that while the Harem has some daily self-governance as well as its outer voice and while it is under the power of its absolute Lord and Master it also has a governor who is not part of the Harem, this is the Mistress of Ceremonies. Her office is described in the Article on the Imperial House and Tribe eventhough she has more to do with the DIG than the Harem does. It is imperative that the regime not be founded at all along these lines unless the Harem in its strangeness is accepted and duly authorized and so it must appear here in twelve simple principles:
1. The largest harem manageable and sustainable is presumed to be the right size
2. Women who are Citizen-Subjects and are not royalty who have been involved with the Emperor before he was Emperor have a strong but rebuttable duty to join the Harem.
3.Women inducted go through an Accounting and Civil Settlement, A Ceremony of the Civil Execution of a Living Woman, a social funeral and then a Proxy Wedding.
4. Harem Consorts cannot be arrested or charged by any but Imperial House Authorities.
5. They do have and important voice in both GRIHHA legislation and Emperor Succession.
6. Their sons over six years old will never live with them again unless they achieve high harem rank but will live largely nearby, eat with them and visit often. Their children are of whatever rank and class of filiates and persons they were if they are not the Emperor’s children but if they all their children by the Emperor are his Natural Children of mother-varied rank.
7. Their daughters by the Emperor must always wear a daughter’s uniform in the seraglio sites after the age of twelve,
8. It will be a felony to harbor an escaped Harem Consort anywhere in the Empire.
9. No Harem Consort below the rank of Established Mistress will leave the seraglio sites without a guard who is a Eunuch made by war and wearing an Imperial certified chasity belt.
10. Harem consorts will share in their division of the ten percent of the Emperor’s set-asides in three thirds. One third will be divided among all Harem Consorts equally . One third will be divided based on structural class: this will be4d for an Estabished Mistress or Chief High Concubine, 3d for a Mistress or High Concubine, 2d for a Mistress’s Maid, Concubine or High Concubine’s Maid, andd for a Concubine’s Maid. The last third will be divided on the basis of Earned Harem Merit Rating.
11. Harem Consorts retain all property rights although they pay a one percent tax on both capital gains and income to both the Emperor and the Harem.
12. All their personal rights are vested in the Emperor while he lives. The Harem is disbanded upon his death by law. They are often strong and ambitious women of free spirit and are all presumed to have a motive for murdering their Absolute Lord and Master. This element need not be proved in law and if they are convicted of the other elements in a murder of the Emperor then those individual consorts convicted face a mandatory death penalty.
ii. Grand Seigneury Fiefdoms of the Imperial Household
There will be fifty Grand Seigneury Fiedoms and three hundred Petit Seigneury Fiefdoms created in the division of the Bureau of Land Management lands as described in the Article of the Founding in this Constitution. Forty of the Grand Seigneury Fiefdoms will go to the Peer-Electors who will have their domestic regimes seated there and will pay very divergent fee and settlements to recieve these estates which anchor all their privileges. However, there will be ten which go to the Imperial House without direct remuneration. They will also receive some Petit Seigneury Fiefdoms. But in this Constitution we only enumerate the disposition of the Ten Grand Seigneury Fiefdoms of the Imperial House. All shall have a true place name but here only their descriptive name is given:
1. The Ex -Officio Prime Fiefdom of the Emperor.
2.The Ex-Officio Prime Fiefdom of the Empress.
3. The Ex-Officio Fiefdom of the Commander of the Honor Guard.
4.The Ex-Officio Fiefdom of the Mistress of Ceremonies
5. The Ex-Officio Fiefdom of the Imperial Chaplain
6. The Ex-Officio Fiefdom of the Solicitor for the Executive
7. The Ex-Officio Fiefdom for the Basileus appointed President of the Bouletherion (one of five)
8. The Ex-Officio Fiefdom for the Chancellor fo the King of Louisiana/Roi de la Louisiane
9. The Severable Founder’s Fiefdom shall go to the Founding Family Association and they shall beome the forty-first and lowest ranked Peer-Elector House and elect from among their Head Peer-Elector line from the group of candidate not in the upper or inner Imperial House after the death of the Founding Emperor. Their full title and regime will emerge after the death of the Founding Emperor. This Peer-Elector shall have all rights of the others even where they are called the forty in honor of the Forty traditions honored in the begining who paid into the treasury to redeem their fief.
10. The Ex-Officio Fiefdom the First Seeded Heir. In this system there is no Heir Apparent or Presumptive Heir and Merit and Election are decisive but this is the greatest special privilege of the First Seeded Heir.
II. The Office of Liaison to the Ethnos Arkadios.
III. The Empress’s Office of Women’s Affairs
IV.The Empress’s Ministry of Protocol.
V. The Mistress of Ceremonies’ Office of Liaisons and Placements
VI. The Mistress of Ceremony’s Office of Ritual Confrontation
VII.The Imperial Household
VIII. The Imperial House & Household Bank
IX. The Emperor’s Office of Wastes and Ruins
X. The Imperial Office of Human Habitat Expansion.
XI. The Personal, Household and Direct Imperial Military Institutions.
XII. The Imperial Services Agency.
XIII. The Imperial Wellness Agency.
XIV. The Imperial Borders Administration.
*Royal Fiat Zonesections belong to the House and the IBA
** DIG Zonesections Belong to some othe part of the Empire and to the IBA.
***Imperial Tribal Zonesections

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If you have the energy to discuss this with friends that would be great. But the basic point here in these Subsections One ” The Nature of the Monarchy and of the Direct Imperial Government” and Two “Partial Enumeration of the Elements of the Direct Imperial Government” of Section One “Monarchy” in Article Six “The Direct Imperial Government” is that for our system to work there are always different levels of government and these relate both to the sharing of sovereignty and the exercise of government. In this Constitution the Emperor reigns over the Empire and has a very fiminished role in the Constitutional Juriosdictions. However, the same person who is the EMperor is also the sovereign monarch of the Compact and possible of Constitutional Jurisdictions in Louisiana. Beyond that the Emperor as Emperor directly exercises significant Executive power in the Directi Imperial Government Jurisdiction. Then there are Constitutional reservations and grants of authority and privilage to agencies of the Direct Imperial Governement through and for its agencies which provide effective connections of society’s democratic elements to its royalty through an aristocracy and minister tot the needs of thefull society and of the inner Imperial institutions through effective national and regional organizations these agencies have specified ties to the Union but are administered under the Emperor and Imperial House as the Direct esecutive to which they are respond. They also cultivate throughout society a culture which is loyal to the Emperor and Empress as well as responding to the demands of a society with federal, combined styles, and a mixed government nature of our society. Specified roles in foreign relations are alotted especially to the Compacts where a particular relationship is most recognized. They wil conduct these activities largely within the Empire Proper but for that it will have to be recognized in the Union as well and needs this Constitutional support and imust find its role within the Union and Empire. This role of lthe Direct imperial Government continues with this Article’s conclusion of discussions of the Monarchy in the Direct Imperial Government and then introduces the role of the Five-Fold Nobility in this Direct Imperial Government element of society and then goes into the democratic aspect of all of this. The language about the Direct Imperial Government is most important in authorizing and describing those functions of governance which will form much of the structure of the newer elements of the new Constitutional Union.

I have tagged a few FB friends and I will in some or all my notes. Any kind of political radicalism at any time is a risk for those associated with it and so I am keeping the tagging to a minimum and while a great deal of endorsement will be needed to effect these changes there is no indication that someone tagged in a note in this series is actually endorsing the note. As always I am willing to respond to posted comments, chat and private messages.

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