New Model Constitution of the United States Page Four

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This is Page Four of the New Model Constitution of the United States of America  and consists of Articles Twelve and those which follow through to the end.  

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Article Twelve: The Founding

Section One: Constitutional Convention

Subsection One: Historical and Social Context

Provision One: The relative smoothness of the coming of the Second Union was only relative and must be seen against the hugrly violent, completely irregualr and also heroic process of decades involvved in creating the First Union. Some amount of corner cutting and unconventional activity will be necessary to bring this constitution to fruition.

Provision Two: The groups that would support a jurisdiction should form a provisional government and declare support, State Legislatures where a majority exists should declare that they would approve this Constitution and military units inclined to do so should declare support for the process. Care and didscretion should precede public demonstrations. In time a convention could even be held in cyberspace. Approval by three-fourths of the States will be the goal of legitimacy.  

Subsection Two: Operation and Function

Constitutional Convention Correspondence Committees will have to guide the process of creating a constitutional transformation and see how working with Congress may or may not be part of theis long-term strategy.

Section Two: Creating New Jurisdictions and Redrawing the Map

Subsection One: Federal Lands greatly diminished

Provision One: At the time of this writing the Bureau of Land Management has over 250 million acres.    All Bureau of Land Management lands except one percent selected by the US Military  in cooperation with the founding Emperor will pass out of Federal hands in perpetuity.

Provision Two: The Union was originaly founded by colonies that were already established. Although there were large claims by those colonies from which states were carved out and although Louisiana became many Sates and although West Virginia was fromed out of Virgina when it was a mature society there has never been anything as sweeping as this and involving simultaneously creating a new governmental Constitution in our History.

Provision Three: First, all US Military Bases and the National Park Services clear Parks, Monuments and Seashores other than those in Washington DC and Camp David will all stay in the hands of the Federal Government of the new regime.

Provsion Four: Basic Disposition and Use of BLM Lands   

1.Twenty percent of these lands in addition to all Indian and other analogous  reservations will go into the pool from which the start of all Territories will be made. In addition ten percent of all these lands will go in the basic allocation supporting the Possessions, however much of this land is intended to be swapped out where as in the Territories it is not so primarily intended.  Whatever lands are sapped out for Territories or Possessions to be granted other lands in States will fall into two categories. First, the recipient can get ten percent less land with the title of High Squire and an entailed seat in which case two thirds of those lands will be held in DIG hands and one third will become parts of the State where BLM lands were — all squiredoms being all one or all the other.  Secondly, the recipients can get the full alottment of land a nd no title or honor of any kind and all those free market lands will be part of the States where the BLM lands were held.

2. Five percent of all BLM lands will be set up in a separate alottment only for swapping out with  Historic White Planter Families who own largely black population land areas of the Confederate States.These will be organized contiguously into no more than four DIG Districts with municipal and other elements of governance and shared culture. Those most deserving will receive some funds and whatever parts of their lands are left in State hands will be theirs but there will also be given to them lands as entailed High Squiredoms in the new Direct Imperial Government  Jurisdiction, however these will not be near their own homes. All Plantations so taken into the Possessions will be divided  into equal fourths: I. Possession Government Reservation Lease Farms , II. Possession Wilderness Parks and Commons, III.Possession Free Market lands mostly distributed among Negro tenants and IV. Possession School Sections.

 3. Ten Percent of the BLM Lands will fall perpetually into the care of the DIG Wilderness Rangers as Imperial Wilderness in the DIG Jurisdiction.

4. Ten Percent will go to principal DIG Development Plans and Zones. 

5. The remaining forty five percent of all BLM Lands  will go into fiefdoms governed under the manorial laws of the DIG Code. These will be Domestic Regimes with special legal rights and obligations as regards arms and guards, wilderness and ecology reserves, tenants and commons lands and Seigneurial rites. All Forty Peer-Electors will be Grand Seigneurs of Manors from these Lands and there will be ten more Grand Seigneuries associated with the Imperial House.  Each  Peer-Elector will pay something  partly to endowments and partly to the DIG, the Federal Governement and the Debt of the Second Union. Half of the lands in this set will be in these fifty Grand Seigneuries and half will be in  three hundred Petit Seigneuries which will be thrirty in the gift of the Emperor, ten in the gift of the Empress and the rest awarded and sold in the complex process for creating first time fiefdoms.

iii. Then Border Zones will be laid out  by the Founding DIG: five hundred yard bands with variances along the borders with  Mexico and Canada, one hundred and fifty yards around Possessions and seventy-five yards around Compact Zones and Territories where they touch other Jurisdictions. Most and nearly all of this land must also come from the States.

iv. These three preliminary maps shall be brought together with the DoI, FIH and FDIG and the final map shall be created. Then the New Contitution can take effect.

Subsection Two: Indian Reservations, Exsiting Island Lands and Other

Provision One: Lands already on Reservation or Islands such as Guam and Samoa

i. It is not impossible that a Negro and African-American District associated with an existing Jurisdiction but it must be small and under compact obligations not only to the Territory or the Possession in a small Puerto Rican or Virgin Islands islet but these lands ought to remain as they are and be consolidated as wards in the Special Jurisdictions to which these lands become attached. These wards must have strong socio-cultural assurances and municipal rights to preseve such sovereign nationhood as was actually exercised while yielding up for the life of this regime most of their theoretical rights. Each ward of this type should have additional lands assigned to it in particular at the founding even if they have to be vastly distant and ruled as as an annex under special rules and governance.

ii. The Special Jurisdictional map shall have multiple land uses and property types in each of these special wards. These ward maps shall be included in the constitutional Territorial maps.

Subsection Three: The Empire assumes State and Local Debt in return for Lands and Facilitates more Change

Provision One:  Depending on what other funds they are able to raise at the time the Empire and Union Founding administrations will seek to use cash  and credit to aquire debt in return for States giving key lands above and beyond the rubrics to Territories and Possessions.

Provsion Two: Ordinary State Actions

1. Each Confederate State will select one percent of its state lands, such as parks, campuses, buildings and such state owned lands with the most  historic importance to negros and African- Americans and then add five percent of all State owned lands which are most distressed and least valuable and add these to the allocation for the Possessions, Louisiana will add another three percent for Creoles of Color Territory on the same plan as the Negro six percent. Every pre-existing  State outside the Confederacy will then allocate two percent of State owned lands to a general pool for Territories and Possessions based on population outside of Reservations , and also cede all reservations to the Territories. Then they shall assign from every State outside the Confederacy and  excepting Alaska and Hawaii will by any means necessary commit to transfer two percent of all their remaining land to Territories and Possessions including the land being free of all non special peoples ownership. The State of Hawaii will in the end come out to be one third Kingdom of Hawaii. Alaska will come out to be one third Aboriginal Alaska Territory.  The Confederate States will build on the format outlined to end up ceding eight percent of their  lands beyond  existing Indian reservation to Negro Possessions and two more percent to Indian Aboriginal Territories and half a percent of all lands to the Mestizo Territory if they are in the Spanish Borderlands — except for Louisiana and Texas.  Louisiana will cede six percent of its land to Creoles of Color Territory and three percent to its Negro possession, two percent to its Indian Aboriginal territory and one percent to its Mestizo Territory. Texas will be like all the other Confederate States except that it will cede two percent of its lands to the Mestizo Territories.

*** This whole large amount of land will then be preliminarily mapped into the new map of the Union and Empire by the Department of the Interior as a preliminary map.

ii. Each State shall then set aside between one quarter  and one half a percent of its sovereign lands to be used for all the Compact Zones it is required to set up under the Constitution. The Founding Imperial House must apporve these plans.

Subsection Four: Creating Fiefdoms and Private Deals generally.

Provision One: Over half of BLM lands will become part of some kind of fiefdom.

Provison Two: The Displaced Citizens Bureau will be competent and free to broker deals to make all this happen.

Provision Three:  Huge numbers of contrats will need to be effected to make the new regime function.

Subsection Five: Special and Distressed Areas

Provision One:  Then Banks and other holders of distressed properties will be made to understand that this is a revolution and their choices are few, They will be compensated according to any real values as can be found topay a price of eighty or so percent of fair value on lands unseful increating a map of DIG, Territories and Possessions lands.

Section Three: The Founding Administration

Subsection One: The Distinct Administrative Period

Provision One: There must be a distinct period in which neither the executive of the Second Union nor the new regimes of the Third Union are in control. This period must be exempt form many of the requirements of both constitutions.

Provision Two: There are two foreseeable ways that would be pretty good and many that would not be very good ways to handle this transition.The two foreseeable good ways would be for a Second Union President to be electedon a platform of bringing this Constitution into effect or for the Constitutional Convention having been ratified by the States to give the executive entirely over to the Emperor and a small directorate who will increasingly delegate powers to Interim Executive Vice Presidents until the new elecotral and executive sysytem is assembled.

Subsection Two: The President eclected to reform the Constitution   

How this would work would require a lot of specific negotiation. It is not worth tying down all the details.

Subsection Three: The Emperor’s Transition

Provision One:  The Constitutional Convention will depose the President in office. The Government will all take pledges to the Emperor Civilian and Military. The Emperor will appoint two member of the Supreme Court, two members of the Senate and two members of the House of Representative as well as five retired three or more starred general officers to serve as the First Directorate along with three governors he shall select for three months. Together they will direct the establishing of the new regime’s inception. The First Directorate will elect two more Senators, wwo more Representatives and two more governors. Then the Emperor will remove one of each of these categories and replace them with a new appointee as well as switching out one Supreme Court Justice. This shall constitute the Second Directorate which will set ups a skeleton administration for six months . All jurisdictions shall have agreed that all Interim Executive Vice Presidents will be entered on the ballots of the party Primaries in every jurisdiction for the first election of Third Union. Also should any Interim Executive die in office his Deputy will serve the remainder of his or her term and the expected term. The Emperor shall appoint a First and a Deputy Second Executive Vice Presidents. The First shall serve for six months and be suceeded by the second. This shall be an administration to expand the skeleton one. The Emperor shall appoint the Second Deputy to this Second First.

Provision Two: During the  term of the Second Interim FEVP the Emperor shall excuse a third of the Second Directorate after they have elected twelve more Members of Congress and Two more governors he shall then appoint any twelve person he wishes and this group will form the Third Directorate. They will work with the Second IFEVP to draw up the last transitional administration. The Second IEFVP’s Deputy Second will succeed to this last interim post for one year until regualr elections can be held. The Emperor will appoint his Second Deputy.   Halfway into this year the Directorates will be dismissed with ceremony and cease to exist forever so long as the elections proceed in relative peace and regularity.

Section Four: Founding Philosophy and Ideology

Subsection One: The Nature and Purpose of a Founding Ideology

Provision One: General Reasons for this Sectioin in Our Constitution 

Great Constitutional changes such as are occasioned by a radical rewriting or  writing outright of a new Constitutional charter in societies which use a written Constitutional charter require some statement of the reasons and ideas which require these changes.  Transformation from a republican to a royalist style of government should also occasion some statement of the reasons and values which occasion such a statement of purposes and values. In addition, in our own society the journey to the emergence   of what has become this Empire and Union was accompanied by the writing and publication of several important treatises and pamphlets and the actual revolution was formaly set in motion with the language and public symbolism of the Declaration of Independence. The Parliament of the UK sought to signal a transiton from the tumultous period of the Tudors to a more stable period  in Britain  by having the new King in  Parliament jointly declare their Bill of Rights and the fact that this was attempted  has something to do with the Delacaration of Independence. Louis XIV sought to protect against corruption on the one hand and the chaos of the Fronde on the other by declaring his break with the Medieval synthesis in France in favor of the art, laws, edicts, iconography and architecture of the Sun King and the rise of what is inaccurately known as Bourbon Absolutism. The Iroquois Confederacy, the Confederate States of America and the reign of Charlemagne all  were accompanied by a statement of reasons for changing the order of things. In recent revolutions not in our ancestry directly, rhetoric has established the ideals of Communism, Nazism, Fascism, Chinese Neo-Communism, Zionism and Indian nationalism among many others. If this constitution is ratified and becomes quickly the law of the land it will have happened with less rhetorical exhortation throughout society than many such changes. It is out of  a decent respect for the opinions of mankind in and outside of the Empire and Union that this Constitution states its ideas justifying the Founding. In addition, there is a need to both inform the Judiciary and to bind them into the ideas which have occasioned this new Constitutional Charter.     

Subsection Two: Defining the Default Ideology

Provision One: The General Presumption of Continuity

1. Where the language of this section clearly states an ideological or philosphical position which is a socio-legal novelty or set out a difference with the philosophy of 1789 then this language shall bind the Judiciary and Citizens and magistrates as being the new ideology of the regime to which governments owe some loyalty and which eclipse  all other ideas in public importance.

2. The ideas of this Constitutional  declaration of ideology and philopshphy are to be interpreted reasonably and relatively broadly to the point of real philiosphical extrapolation. However, at the point they are to be very narrowly interpreted and there is to be a strong presumption which is difficult but not  impossible to rebut. That presumption is that the values and ideology of the 1789 Constitution are in place and binding to a lesser degree than the ideas of the new regime but more binding than any other new political philosophy. Secondly, there is a presumption that almost all of the purportedly new ideas were actually  an underrepresented part of the new regime. Therefore they are included largely without mention in such enumerations, lists and canons as this Constitutional Charter acknowledges. Thee ideas of the 1789 Constitution shall be intepreted in favor of the founding ideas of this new regime where they were clearly extant, public and not in direct conflict with the same. 

Provision Two: Documents, Defintions and Elements

The Canon of The Ideology of the 1789 Union shall be composed of three classes of documents with the first being the Most important and the third being the least. The new regimes ideas are to be given a class of secend in interpreting these documents as well as their own weight in the next section. They may for good cause be classed as first class documents  but never as third class documents.

1. First Class Declarative Documents:

The original vesrion, the first version with the Bill of Rights and the version at the time of the Founding of the Third Union which  separately and conjointly will constitute the most important verion of the 1789 Constitution of the United States.  The Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Federalist Papers and the Deed of the Louisiana Purchase will also be in the first class of documents.

2. Second Class Interpretive Documents:

These Documents shall include the Emancipation Proclamation, Attakapas Grant to Joseph Broussard by the Spanish Crown,  the United Nations General Charter, US Supreme Court opinions Marbury v. Madison, Re: Dredd Scott, Plessy v. Ferguson, Brown v Board of Education, Roe V.Wade and Bush v. Gore as well as the World Trade Organization Treaty.

3. Third Class Officialy Informative Documents

These Documents shall include the Constitution of the Confederate States of America, the Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government by Jefferson Davis, the Jesuit Relations in North America, the records and Journals associated with Junipero Serra and the California Missions, the official public guides to freemasonry published by major American lodges, the Diaries and writings of Joseph Smith and Brigham Young, the first hand recorded speeches of Black Elk and Chief Seattle, the  Charters of Yale and Harvard Universities, the Charters of all major Colonial Companies of the current United States, The constitutional documents and treaties of the Kingdom of Hawaii and the Indian Nations treaties with the United States.

Subsection Three: Principles of the Founding of the Third Union

Provision One: An Officialy Royalist and Royal Regime is Created

1. The primary change here intended and agreed to is that a royalist Empire and Union are hereby created and a republican tradition is preseved as  the most common order of the Constitutional Jurisdictions at the founding and as a respected legacy of the Union’s past but is abolished as the supreme order of the Union as a whole.

2. This is a very rich, ancient and complete royalism and royal regime which is not merely some truncated monarchy but is a change of style  which affects Monarchy, aristocracy and democracy as well as federalism throughout the Union.   

Provision Two: White Supremacy

1. This Empire and Union holds the policy of White Supremacy as essential to its constitution and shall not reliquish this position.

Provision Three: Domestic Jurisdictional Security and Representation of Authentic American Nonwhite Peoples

1. This Empire and Union holds the policy of Domestic Jurisdictional Security and Representation of Authentic American Nonwhite Peoples as essential to its constitution and sahll not reliquish this position.

Provision Four: Renewed Federalism

1. A more limited Federalism than was intended in 1789 is here vigorously asserted as to its remaining elements. 

Provison Five: Constitutional Theory

1. In all matters of law theory and governance this constitution intends and affirms that The Emperor, the Empresss, the Imperial Family, the Imperial House and the Imperial tribe enjoy and are bound to a primacy both symbolic and functional. That no such institutions are fully interchangeable and that these qualities attach to them as persons and families. That Arcadian-Acadian history both very ancient and tied to this regime  since its inception and roots qulaify them uniquely among royal systems. That the system of election by the Tribe, the Kingdom of Louisiana and all parts of the Empire gives the royal monarch drawn from them the full legitimacy of election is also held. That the trial and ordeals and the ratings  and passes related there to give these monarchs the full legitimacy of fitness, and merit is also held.That the heredity which determines who can be a candidate  is very ancient a system and gives them as full a dynastic and hereditary legitimacy as those who claim less complicated systems. This is the Three-Fold legitmacy of the Emperor of this regime. The Constitution also intends that other titles in this empire are most excellent which have a Four-Fold  Legitimacy. That Legitimacy is Election, Merit, Heredity  and Fealty in a system of constitutional vassalage which ends in the crown and peak which is the Emperor under God.  It is also held that the Founder who will have gone through a morelimited interregnum than future Emperors shall have entirely fulfilled the due obligations of merit and election in the aduous process of creating and ratifying this regime as to the Empire and the Kingdom of Louisiana and already has fulfilled such claims as to the premiere title which is Basileus Arkadios.

2. That for most large and mature societies the best form of governance joins elements of Monarchy, Aristocracy and Democracy. Further that this Constitution does embody these elements well for our purposes.

3.That sovereignty can an indeed should exist in complex patterns and systems which allow for a res publica or public thing at the heart of the realm. Primary in Sovereignty is the Emperor or the Empress when there is no Emperor. Yet the Aristocracy and the People both in the sense that includes and that which excludes Noble and Royal people also hold a share of the same sovereignty. The Empire and Union are more uniquely soverign than before but still their is a dual sovereignty shared between the Union and the Jurisdictions. The States have the Primacy among Jurisdicions in the secondary Sovereignty. The Emperor can still answer to all the world and all of history in the moments of greatest crisis as the locus of sovereignty without all sovereignty being rendered simple in him.

4. That with a written Constitution it is possible for the First Executive Vice President to do a very large share of the business of the Union as the one in charge and still possess no great share of sovereignty in himself but exercise the power derived from Sovereignty in a Constitutional process.

5. That the legitmacy  of the military reforms which include an Article on the military in the New Constitutional Charter, the inclusion of military seats in the House of representatives and the enrolling of many members  of the US military in the Nobility of the Sword are made legitimate by the number of armed forces fully acknowledged as separate systems, by entrusting order to the Lictors at the Capitol, by having the miliatry subject to many forms of civialian law and oversight. Thus there is no apology for a transparent role of the military in government which must evolve and be worked out in the difficult workings of evolving law and politics. In the ancient and varied heritage of this regime the military have a special place in political history and by no means do any other portions of this union and empire surrender to them control of political life and governance.

Provision Six: Acadian Tribal Primacy   

1.The position of an individual tribal member will generaly and usually be the same as that of any other Citizen-Subject under law and regulations.

ii. The Acadians ar the Ethnos Arkadios who are the Imperial Tribe and all the Heirs and the Emperor are in some sense, and often in every sense, part of the Tribe. They hold the title and many of the traditions, are linked to the history and their institutions have some legal privileges and influence. They also  have a sufficient majority to elect the Emperor in the Conclave if they all voted together. However, the structure does not lend itself to that sort of Acadian consensus in the Conclave — although it certainly may occur.

Provision Seven: Religious Policy

Mostly the explicit  religious policies and values extant and operative in the Union and Empire which find expression and statement in the laws and official policy acknowledged as legitimate in the Empire and Union shall occur outside of the Federal Government for which this Constitution is primarily written. In most regards the Federal Government will continue to operate in amodality which restricts religious exercise in some ways and favors diversity as to the public mechanisms of the Union. This may be somewhat less than has been the case in recent decades but their main change will be cooperating more closely than Before with the Official Religion of the Imperial House and Tribe, the more elaborate support and policy towards some other relgions there than others.  Also the Preferred religions that may come to be recognized in Jurisdictions and the official religions Peer-Electors may have in their Fiefdoms shall have some constitutional rights and therefore the Union must take cognizance of them. In addition the Imperial Chaplain is limited in operation and scope but is the Imperial Chaplain in a way which does not exclude the Federal Government entirely. Further, there are four specifcially religious Peer-Electors with whom the Federal Governement must relate with special respect. These are the Episcopal (Anglican Communion in the Empire) Archbishop of New York,  the Superior of the Largest Order of Friars Minors Province in California, the President of the Church of Latter Day Saints and the Roman Catholic Archbishop of New Orleans.  

1. Civil Religion

i. The Direct Imperial Government Marshalls Service

The DIG Marshalls service will have special authority over certain specific crimes which neither the Union not the Jurisdictions have crminalized or enforced effectively in the past. They shall cooperate with due authorities but shall not be bound by most of the Jurisdictional rules of the Constitution in regards to these enumerated crimes. They shall be enrolled in a rather more complete form of civil religion than most other portions of society. These crimes shall be:

*cannibalism

**human sacrifice

***Unlicensed dueling

****Unlicensed Vendetta

ii. The Substance of the Imperial  Civil Religion

* The Tenets

I. That to reduce all thing to what is seen or understood is knwoing theft and fraud because no honest human of any real value fully believes that they understand all that is. Also that for the great, parents, inventors and other who lead and create to claim  full originality and authority is evil and absurd. most of who they are and what at they passion and create is derived from something they received at little cost compared to its value and frequently they are culpably ignorant of who and what did pay for those things. It is in that sense that we assert all officicials to be bound to respect the idea that all human persons are created as persons and endowed by their creator with the capacities for rights and capablities uniquely attributed to humans on this Earth.

 II. That humanity is special and singular on Earth and not least in the spiritual and religious seekings and the sense of  individual self which humans as a whole possess all though it is absent in all of us from time to time. Yet this same sense ought to link us to the whole universe and world. In that Universe we give priority to those animals called beasts, then to plants, then to living things and then to ecosystems and then to natural resources. We give priority to Earth, then to any other planet with clearly identifiable life and less to the sacred or precious intangible quality of other places. In this complex way is the Universe Sacred. There is a spectrum of rights-like positions in our ethics and law but no human being is without all rights and no non-human individual is able to fully possess rights.

III. That there is a sense of rejoicing in the death, pain and suffering of other humans which humans can and should be able to recgnize as part of hatred and enmity. Among other things this should not be numbed so people can kill and destroy one another without feeling nor should it be disguised as a false compassion which competes with real compassion. In theis Empire and Union we have a general obligation of Goodwill towards all those in the Empire to the degree that they are part of this empire. We tolerate religions even which may not be entirely or mostly good which halep to preserve self awareness on the one hand and connect the individual self to thte Empire, humanity, Earth  and the Universe. This connection also ought to make it easier to die to some degree. No society can long exist which is inhabited mostly by extreme cowards nor be a good society which is rewarding to and friendly to cowardice in a large way.  The Modern US at the founding has been showing signs of excessive expansion of cowardice.  Society must not pay great amounts of money to preserve lives which are not economically valuable to a significant degree, those in the armed services must be willing to die for their country and women must be willing to die in the risks of reproduction. Beyond those facts life requires death to be faced repeatedly. This society and Empire believes that the rich, the charitably assisted and the beneficiaries of fortune or generous jurisdictions may use great costs to extend their lives but not society as a whole nor the Empire as such. The military deserve training, doctrines, nissions and weapons likely to preserve their lives and conscription is to be avoided as much as possible — but no person unwilling to die should be in our military nor in any police of the Empire. Cowardice will be a crime which is prosecuted. Women should receive health and wellness support in pregnancy and good gynecological and obstetrics care but the Empire will officialy disrespect wives who assert the privileges of wives without having children, women who sterilize themselves only out of cowardice and women who voluntarily abort pregnancies because of the normal risks and sufferings of pregnancy including a generalized and unspecific threat of death. Further we honor all Noble and Honorable dead and their memories and heirs who have established this regime. We honor our own beloved dead and those who die for the Empire. We seek to comfort the dying as much as is not made impossible by other demands.

IV. The Emperor is entitled to be considered as The Lord’s Anointed for Temporal Affairs in the Empire as is his Reigning Empress in her own rights in Judaism  and in Christianity under the Doctrine of the Two Swords. As far as any king on Earth is rightly recognized as possessing godly qulaities repeatedly mentioned in the Bible and forgotten in the failure to understand how the Bible is written, as far as any king this Emperor is such a numinous and absolute person. He operates  in a narrow constitutional structure compared to the claims he could make rather than struggling to fill the  claims put upon him by the Constitution.

V.  We value sex, coitus, sexuality and reproduction as among the very most important aspects of humanity and policy. We especialy honor the roles of the Imperial Royals and of the House and Tribe in celebrating, embodying and demonstrating a full human sexuality. We believe Jurisdcitions express a confluence and union of community and society as these usually occur and so ought to govern much of sexual practice. We believe human regimes are not fully legitimate that do not seek to expand human habitat legitimately and that indefinte population shrinkage or zero population growth policy destroys legtimacy when it is global. However, Population policy is always difficualt and we are slow to judge even grievous arrors made in seeking to address this challenge. Part of expansion of habitat is the preservation of the possibility of new pre-civilized or barely civilized societies which can also be moral societies. However, in civilized society there are many sexual limits that cannot be measured here. In our Civil Religion we especialy recognize that the Imperial Harem is a unique and sacred  institution. It allows women to be more sexually free than civilization could otherwise afford. first because a few women must return to a man they dated are flirted with and become his all women will take flirtation more seriously and the great hearted men will be treated with more respect. Also there will be a few women in evey reign who are not sick with a venereal disease and some of whom are even virgns but who simply exceed what society can tolerate in terms of sexual stimulus. A very few women can be conscripted into a harem on such a basis in each reign and whole they may continue as entertainers their sexual energies become part of a family structure and there is a social healing which takes place.

VI. It is not acceptable to drive all which might be able to classed as evil into the social categories of the foreign, the criminal and the other. The result will be to make the good into the weak, vulnerable and ridiculous. The Work of the Empire and the persons most Imperial have some immunity to the consequences of  and responsibility for many evils and in addition some deeds evil for one are apropriate for others.

VII. While the Civil Religion may guide all policy to some degree, nobody may be censured or punished for not practicing or adhering to it who has a recgnized religion in their lives. Atheistic Materialisms adherents are the least protected from its demands by virtue of thir religion. Only DIG Marshalls must adhere to the religion but should seek to remain in another religion unless driven from it as imcompatible.

VIII. Those with no religion are to be judged in large part by the Civil Religion in matters requiring a religious standard. 

IX. The Civil Religion takes codnizance of the knowledge and wisdom agregated by the Haute Ecole des Traiteurs and the rituals of the Ceremonial Hall as building  value in the social fabric. 

2. Christianity

i. Basic Definitions

Christ A term meaning the Anointed from the Greek. It refers to the originally Hebrew practice of designating all Prophets, Priests and Kings as starting out in office by oiling their heads at least. This was especially essential for Kings. These oiled people were Messiahs although the term came to be associated with a supreme Messiah of Prophecy. Jesus the Christ on whom the common calendar year is based is thus designated in Greek as this supreme Messiah and then the word comes into English.

* Christianity The religion based on the life, teaching, appointments, death and signs of Jesus Christ

ii. Basic Fragments of the Oral Tradition the Union must take respetful Cognizance of in all pertinent matters.

* Josephus either implies or states that during the siege of Jerusalem the Jews turned to cannibalism and ate one another. People eating other people is a huge and undiscussed part of human history and experience. It is one of the most important struggles of human history. Many societies have been proudly and openly cannibalistic. Many people in the world in 2009 are cannibals. Rome was a place where public law and morals condemned cannibalism. It was a place where officials would have been ashamed to admit to having dealings with merchants trafficking in human flesh. I know to my own satisfaction that here were non Jews eating and butchering Jews at that siege. By mentioning cannibalism at all, even blaming it on the Jews, Josephus put his own life at risk. In Rome there were a group of unofficial but sophisticated pirates who participated in the war machine by buying slaves on the cheap after battles and sieges as well as capturing all they could in the invaded country. They killed these people, often with torture and sport and then made sausage or pies out of them mixing the human flesh with pork.They made a very good profit on this in part because they worked the people as slaves before reducing them to food and extorted knowledge about the new lands fallen before the Roman banner. For this purpose they located large herds of swine near the lands to be destroyed in advance. They were wealthy, powerful, cunning, well armed, possessed of assasins corps and called themselves demons. They had a handful of key agents throughout every Roman Imperial governnment. They were an order older than Rome itself and not entirely Roman. There were at least tens of thousands of men at arms at their command both in the Empire and in non Roman lands. These were the enemies Jesus fought with 12 Apostles, 72 zealous highly trained disciples divided into groups of six for each Apostle. Then he had 38 reserve guards. All were also trained in charitable ministry and his preaching this was not a made up addition later on and yet with 133 part-timers(the ten not enumerated are my last nod towards a disappearing tradition) and the women officials and crowds who supported them Jesus opposed one of the most fierce and powerful forces ever to have existed.

The events of Jesus’s war are chronicled in specific events:
Event One:
Matthew 8:22-27 / Mark 4: 35-41
Jesus calms the storm at Sea

Event Two:
Matthew 8:28-34 / Mark 5:1-20
Jesus crosses the sea of Galilee
Demons are confronted
a herd of swine are destroyed
captive freed
Jesus leaves the region with the ones remaining very upset

Event Three:
Matthew 14: 13-21 / Mark 6;34-44
Jesus feeds 5000 people mysteriously
the disciples are instructed to collect all the fragments

Event Four:
Matthew 14:22-33 / Mark 6:45-52
Jesus is seen walking on the water with Peter.

Event Five:
Mark 8:1-10
Jesus feeds 4000 people. Mark makes it clear that these were multiple events.

Event Six:
Matthew 16: 21-23 / Mark 8: 31-33
Jesus begins to predict the Passion and Crucifixion in Jerusalem as inevitably the end of his life.

Jesus and his elite units used to wait for the worst storms on the Sea of Galilee. They crossed the sea in those storms under his fearless leadership. They opened the early pens located by the demons there in anticipation of the Roman destruction of the Jews and they liberated the prisoners. They then drove the pigs from the demons herds into the sea. Jesus was a carpenter and he located wooden buthcering sites at hudden spots in the out in the lake. The crews would remove nets filled with rocks and the rafts would float to the surface. Then his crew would attach inflated pig skins and pig bladders to increase bouyancy. On these non freeboard platforms they would slaughter the pigs and butcher them into boneless slabs of fish shaped meats. They would dump the entrails, guts, bones and heads in the lake. Knowledge of these dumps enbaled him to instruct fisherman as to where to put down their nets to get a great catch. Then they would cover the platforms with nets filled with rocks and arrive at shore near guarded ovens. Reusing fish bones frm each feeding and buying distressed fish from other fishermen with knowledge of where great catches could be found they would take a breading and adhere two pork steaks to the fish skeletons. They mixed these porkfish with regular bread and fish and fed thousands repeatedly. This also attracted donations from those who wanted to contribute something and these resources funded a large ministry of healing and teaching. Jesus constantly taught that eating unclean food (such as pork) did not make someone imoral. Once Peter and Jesus were seen using these platforms it was inevitable that Jesus would be killed. He chose to make this happen in a very specific public way in Jerusalem and create pressures on the demons.

After cleansing the Temple, Jesus managed to give on last speech to a huge crowd before being arrested and killed. He said two things at once. To his disciples he said that he was the living water and if they recognized him and believed in him then he would flow out of their hearts and meet their needs for courage and peace of soul. To the handful of demon spies the same words literaly were: if you recognize me from the stormy waters, I am the water that made your guards thirst no more and living water (blood) flow from their chest.

Jesus was not a great general, he had no palaces, published glories,nor vast armies and suffered more than he made his enemies suffer. He spent time healing, forgiving and seeking peace, he was humble and meek at many times (not always meek and almost never mild) but he was a warrior. In terms only of skill and bravery he was as he was at everyhting– arguably the best there has ever been. Yes, I mean that seriously. Your churches and mine may in the end condemn me for what I write and I think his contribution to war is lost in the mists of time

3. Judaism

i. In the eyes of the Empire and Union the Torah is the most sacred and representative text of Judaism. The Prophets and the Writings come next in importance and are in themselves the first interpreters of the Torah.

 ii. The Empire is officialy Zionist in that it shall support the right of self-governing Hebrew to live somewhere in the Holy Land. That while there is a distinctive religion such as is not that of its children or related faiths that religion should be licensed there.  THis policy must endure whether we get along well or badly with any government of such people.

iii. The Empire would in the ideal wish that there should be both a Hebrew Rite of the Catholic Church and an Imperial Jewish Congregation  of Congregations but it may do almost nothing to forward such ends.

iv. The Empire finds it dangerous, ridiculous and absurd that it is founded in a word where one may speak of Jewish Atheists, Jews in the Buddhist traditions and yet define Jewsihness as  not believing that Jesus is the Messiah. The history of Judaism is a history that cannot be allowed to be remade into something only made in exile in Christian and other countries.

v. Jewish Peers must be anointed by a Rabbi before assuming office as Adonai’m. They must have an honor guard of Jews trained to kill. Themen over forty among them must have more than one consort. Failure to fulfill these demands will allow the Emperor to replace them.

vi.  The Jewish Citizen-Subjects must elect ten Rabbis by some means to represent them at an Imperial Jewish Council. Two must be Orthodox, two must be Conservative Rabbis, two must be Reformed Rabbis, tow must lead predominantly Hebrew Congregations of persons who include both practicing Baptized Christians and those not baptized who believe that “Jesus was clearly a Messiah who fulfilled prophecy and left behind Sacred teachings and was a son of Justice”.  These and the five highest ranking Hebrews at Court shall form a Council which  shall communicate with standing on all matters related to Judaism. 

vii. There must always be more than one Jewish woman in the Imperial Harem.

4. Freemasonry

i. Freemasonry will be honored because of its heritage in building American Institutions and preparing men for war and supporting marriage in American Society.

ii. Freemasonry will be honored for encouraging  Christians, Jews and Moslems to find some common good Abrahamic Values.

iii. Freemasonry will be represented in the DIG Council of Nobles.

iv.  The Imperial tribe has ties to Freemasonry.

v. Freemasonry has a special right to skepticism in this Union.

vi. Freemasonry and Masons should understood that in many ways they will be regarded with suspicion and in many ways will be expected to show their capacity to live under a regime that opposes their values and habits of leadership and to find their way into a place as distinguished loyal opposition is a challenge which shall be theirs to meet.

 5. Aboriginal American Precolumbian Religions and their current forms

i. In the Compact of the Territories  Compact Zones all Compact Zones associated with it will observe the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe on December twelfth with full public rituals and telling of the story and reading of the Nahuatl text of the story with a translation. They shall begin all meetings with reading the Bible in Cherokee with a translations. They sahll also observe the Feast of Kateri Tekawitha as a holiday. At least two California Missions will be religious sites in the Territories administered by the Order of Friars Minors.

ii. The Compact of Territories will assign persons to the Hoop Dance, the Rite of the Cardinal Directions and to other performances in the Ceremonial Hall of the Mistress of Ceremonies according to Imperial Guidelines.

iii. Some portion of the leadership must show that they will work directly with the Emperor to find a way to respect the King of all Gods, to avoid human sacrifice and torture rituals  and to tolerate Christian and what shall be called Pagan interaction.

iv. It shall be expected that in the coming of new justice there will be a religious resurgence but if it becomes an anti-Christian resurgence then it will lead to conflict with the Empire who is their partner in creating justice in the Founding era.  

6. Postmodern Secularism

i. It shall not be a crime to call oneself a postmodern secularist or not to have any religion. However there may be small civil penalties for lacking a religion.

ii. One person or one family believing whatever they want is not a religion.

7.Buddhism

i. The Emperor and Empire both officialy hold that when Jesus lived as child in Alexandria Egypt he was aware of and influenced by Buddhism. Later he was in touch with it through the lense of the Essene and Magi religious associations with which dealt.

ii. The greatness of Buddhist art and ritual are among the greatest human achievements.

iii. Where official religious expression is used it will in a sense at times assert Christian values against Buddhist ones but never regard Buddhism as purely alien in the West or purely alien to the Christian tradition.

8. European and Mediterranean Paganisms

i. Jesus was fond of citing times when God and Jewish leaders were near to Pagans.

ii. The Imperial Tribe is deeply rooted in an tied to paganism’s history. The values of pagan art in Greece and Rome especialy have greatly helped to form the Christendom from which this Post-Christendom regime which is not anti-Christian has emerged.

iii. The Empire holds that while integrating all of these influences in a Jewish, Hebrew, Greek and Roman Empire Context and fusing them into a new faith Jesus was influenced also by ancient Egyptian Paganism as were his Gospel writers. Certianly he saw in his own life some affinities with the story of Horus which he sought to connect with in some ways.

iv. While the regime’s religious policywill both tolerate paganism and seek to fulfill its promise in Imperial Christianity it will oppose more than support real and complete Pagan ritual,faith and practice.     

9. Islam

i. Islam should recognize that in American Society there are Freemasons of all faiths who in pracice take the idea of progress to mean that Christianity is better than Judaism and Islam better than Christianity.

ii. Islam in the Empire is entitled to seek support from the powerful Freemason establishment.

iii. The Empire has some respect for the Islamic faith and peoples ties to the Western tradition, Abraham and their own excellences.

iv. Islam and Muslims will be justified in regarding the rise of this empire as a tragedy and seeing themeselves and their tradtion regarded with suspicion. As to rank they are higher than most religons but as to trust they are very near the bottom. Being Muslim shall be a factor justifying more basic distrust. There can be no hope of real trust or confidence without generations of change which are unlikely to occur.

v. Muslims may practice Islam to the limits of those laws which are created for purpose other than the persecutions of Muslims. They are presumed to be hostile to many values of the Empire and when proven to be so they will be intimidated for as long as the Empire lasts.

vi. Muslims are to be supported in practicing Imperial forms of polygamy while being Muslim within the strict limits of the Constitution. They are to be able to honor their traditions of travel and the heroism of their ancient dead. However, they will be seen as associated with an ancient and horrible enemy and their religion will be a cause of legaly valid supsicion in political, arms, sexual and other specific matters.

vii. If a threat from internal Muslims become severe it will be identifed and ealt with as such. But Muslim Citizen-Subjects shall usually have the rights of other Citizen-Subjects.

10. Mormonism

i. The President of the LDS Church is one of only Four fully religious peers because he leads a community which celbrates these lands, because he is the leader of a group that has struggled to value soldiers, marriages both plural and  monogamous and because he is the leader of a hierarchical tradtion.

ii. The Empire does not regard Mormons as Christians.

iii. The Empire sees a danger in Mormonism’s confluence with secularism in doubting the historical basis of the Scriptures.

iv. The Empire regards the Book of Mormon as a fiction sacred to its adherents which tends to discredit the veracityu of the Bible.

v. The Empire does not regard the Book of Mormon or the work of Mormon prophets as absurd.  The  reaction to personal creed Protestant Christianity with a communal creed is not an affront to Christianity. There were ties to the New World in ancient times. Jesus did have ties to Egypt, sacred texts not open to all and wealthy secret groups.  polygamy did have a place in Christianity and the Americas are a beautiful and Sacred place.

vi. The Mormons can still evolve it would hoped that they will evove towrds the Emperor’s point of view and path of progess.   

Provision Eight: Cultural and Family Policy

i. All Citizen-Subjects of the Empire must belong to at least one family association and may belong to as many as three. Their fees to these association will be deducted from taxes collected by others or paid and verified and  then deducted from payable taxes.

ii. All family associations must belong a Kindred registered in the Empire.

iii. All Kindreds will belong to the institutions for them in at least one compact.

iv. Every Jurisdiction will belong to at least two Major Compacts which will each have culture office supporting its own agenda. The Royalist system will support an Imperial Culture throughout the Union and Empire.

Provsion Nine: The Strengthening of the Monarchical Element

1. The Monarchical element is here joined to the royalist style and the renewal of society.  This will create a greater focus of society in the head of State than has sometimes been the case. However, it will in addition perhaps make it less strident.

2. The Founding Emperor will be susceptible to a certain degree of the cult of personality should this regime come to pass. That is not a bad thing in a society with such a strong celebrity culture. It is good for society to have some of this associated with the Head of State. 

Subsection Four: Drastic Actions Related to Reformation and Founding  

Provision One: Force and Violence

In one way or another this Constittuion cannot be achieved without some violence and force. The transition from the First to the  Second Union was much easier and came after a long and terrible ordeal in achieving the first union. Yet even that transition saw it elements of force and violence.

Provision Two:  Specific Objectives in Transition that May Require Radical Action

i.  The Union was originaly founded by colonies that were already established. Although there were large claims by those colonies from which states were carved out and although Louisiana became many Sates and although West Virginia was fromed out of Virgina when it was a mature society there has never been anything as sweeping as this and involving simultaneously creating a new governmental Constitution in our History.

*First, all US Military Bases and the National Park Services clear Parks, Monuments and Seashores other than those in Washington DC and Camp David will all stay in the hands of the Federal Government of the new regime.

** All Bureau of Land Management lands except one percent selected by the US Military  in cooperation with the founding Emperor will pass out of Federal hands in perpetuity.

>Twenty percent of these lands in addition to all Indian and other analogous  reservations will go into the pool from which the start of all Territories will be made. In addition ten percent of all these lands will go in the basic allocation supporting the Possessions, however much of this land is intended to be swapped out where as in the Territories it is not so primarily intended.  Whatever lands are sapped out for Territories or Possessions to be granted other lands in States will fall into two categories. First, the recipient can get ten percent less land with the title of High Squire and an entailed seat in which case two thirds of those lands will be held in DIG hands and one third will become parts of the State where BLM lands were — all squiredoms being all one or all the other.  Secondly, the recipients can get the full alottment of land a nd no title or honor of any kind and all those free market lands will be part of the States where the BLM lands were held.

>> Each Confederate State will select one percent of its state lands, such as parks, campuses, buildings and such state owned lands with the most  historic importance to negros and African- Americans and then add five percent of all State owned lands which are most distressed and least valuable and add these to the allocation for the Possessions, Louisiana will add another three percent for Creoles of Color Territory on the same plan as the Negro six percent. Every pre-existing  State outside the Confederacy will then allocate two percent of State owned lands to a general pool for Territories and Possessions based on population outside of Reservations , and also cede all reservations to the Territories. Then they shall assign from every State outside the Confederacy and  excepting Alaska and Hawaii will by any means necessary commit to transfer two percent of all their remaining land to Territories and Possessions including the land being free of all non special peoples ownership. The State of Hawaii will in the end come out to be one third Kingdom of Hawaii. Alaska will come out to be one third Aboriginal Alaska Territory.  The Confederate States will build on the format outlined to end up ceding eight percent of their  lands beyond  existing Indian reservation to Negro Possessions and two more percent to Indian Aboriginal Territories and half a percent of all lands to the Mestizo Territory if they are in the Spanish Borderlands — except for Louisiana and Texas.  Louisiana will cede six percent of its land to Creoles of Color Territory and three percent to its Negro possession, two percent to its Indian Aboriginal territory and one percent to its Mestizo Territory. Texas will be like all the other Confederate States except that it will cede two percent of its lands to the Mestizo Territories.

>> > Five percent of all BLM lands will be set up in a separate alottment only for swapping out with  Historic White Planter Families who own largely black population land areas of the Confederate States.These will be organized contiguously into no more than four DIG Districts with municipal and other elements of governance and shared culture. Those most deserving will receive some funds and whatever parts of their lands are left in State hands will be theirs but there will also be given to them lands as entailed High Squiredoms in the new Direct Imperial Government  Jurisdiction, however these will not be near their own homes. All Plantations so taken into the Possessions will be divided  into equal fourths: I. Possession Government Reservation Lease Farms , II. Possession Wilderness Parks and Commons, III.Possession Free Market lands mostly distributed among Negro tenants and IV. Possession School Sections.

  >>>>Ten Percent of the BLM Lands will fall perpetually into the care of the DIG Wilderness Rangers as Imperial Wilderness in the DIG Jurisdiction.

>>>>> Ten Percent will go to principal DIG Development Plans and Zones. No more than half of this will be used in swaps (no swaps here mean simple sales and reallocation of proceeds) where the DIG will take a certain portion of Jurisdiction  or pre-Jursidiction owned land, match it with an equal area of private land for which it will swap these lands and a another equal portion where it will assert only Jurisdictional sovereignty over privately held lands. The remainimg core of more than half of these lands will form the central heartland of the DIG Jurisdiction along with the fiefdoms and the District of Columbia.  

>>>>>>   The remaining forty five percent of all BLM Lands  will go into fiefdoms governed under the manorial laws of the DIG Code. These will be Domestic Regimes with special legal rights and obligations as regards arms and guards, wilderness and ecology reserves, tenants and commons lands and Seigneurial rites. All Forty Peer-Electors will be Grand Seigneurs of Manors from these Lands and there will be ten more Grand Seigneuries associated with the Imperial House.  Each  Peer-Elector will pay something  partly to endowments and partly to the DIG, the Federal Governement and the Debt of the Second Union. Half of the lands in this set will be in these fifty Grand Seigneuries and half will be in  three hundred Petit Seigneuries which will be thrirty in the gift of the Emperor, ten in the gift of the Empress and the rest awarded and sold in the complex process for creating first time fiefdoms.

>>>>>>> Then Banks and other holders of distressed properties will be made to understand that this is a revolution and their choices are few, They will be compensated according to any real values as can be found topay a price of eighty or so percent of fair value on lands unseful increating a map of DIG, Territories and Possessions lands.

*** This whole large amount of land will then be preliminarily mapped into the new mapof teh Union and Empire by the Department of the Interior as a preliminary map.

ii. Each State shall then set aside between one quarter  and one half a percent of its sovereign lands to be used for all the Compact Zones it is required to set up under the Constitution. The Founding Imperial House must apporve these plans.

iii. Then Border Zones will be laid out  by the Founding DIG: five hundred yard bands with variances along the borders with  Mexico and Canada, one hundred and fifty yards around Possessions and seventy-five yards around Compact Zones and Territories where they touch other Jurisdictions. Most and nearly all of this land must also come from the States.

iv. There shall be DIG districts across the Union and Empire where  among other things guildhalls are to be located. The DIG may take up to one percent of any jurisdictions sovereign area for this purpose.

v. These three preliminary maps shall be brought together with the DoI, FIH and FDIG and the final map shall be created. Then the New Contitution can take effect.

Provision Three: The Harsh Side of Reform 

i. There must be a remaking of the justice system in this country for this regime to endure. There are huge numbers of mulitple murdering, raping and robbing people who make this lifelong campaign of terror their occupation. Some of them will have to caught and all their records displayed and testimonies outside court by victims collected and they must be publicly executed. For this regime to have a chance of success there will have tobe a large series of outdoor executions of the most serious monsters of crime among the peoples of this country. Hundreds of criminal aliens will have to be flogged and sent back to their countries of origin. America will continue to work for justice and seek peace where it is feasible but cannot expect to come into this period as the darlings of popular world opinion.    

ii. There will be a Dsiplaced Citizens Bureau which shall operate only for the first ten years after the founding and eill seek to  aid those encouraged or forced to move themselves or liquidate property in the pursuit of the reformation of maps and peoples. For those ten years they shall receive half of one percent of all the  revenues received by every jurisdiction new and old in the Union and shall charge a commission of two percent on all transactionions they facilitate and with these funds and such good will as they can arouse shall seek to leave many people forced into change to find themselves in as good a situation as possible after the transition. They shall have standing to bring suit also to force compliance with agreements made by groups and shall be able to collect some damges where apropriate.

iii. There shall be a fundamental inequality in the Jurisdictions, although the lycurgus creating this document is not certain which is better, in the States unless they change the laws themselves all lands will reamin either parks or free market lands. This will be even more so when reservations and BLM lands are not on their maps. However, the Emperor’s founding group will have to approve each jurisdictional constitution and part of it shall be a map. In each territory and Possession there shall be some titled entail lands though the proportion will vary greatly, some endowed instutions, some governement administered commons for economic use like hunting, fishing, grazing and commercial recreation. some otherwise administered commons, some rotating leaseable lands by communities and villages for farms and such , some real wilderness reserve and then some free market lands. Of the free market lands there will be two types. There will be globally free lands and intra-jurisdictional free lands. This will be a perpetual arrangement. 

iv. The DIG will discriminate in countless ways on countless matters Americans are unaccustomed to deal with and they will find it troublesome. Sexual, class, racial ethnic, honor-rating based and many other forms of classification will be significant.

Subsection Five: State Constitutional  Issues

 Provision One: There are governments of Indian Nations, Guam and Samoa which deserve respect and will continue through the constitutional process as partners but it is clear that there are no Constitutions in place forany of the Territories and Possessions.

Provision Two: The States do have Constitutions. If three-fourths of them ratify this constitution then it will be the llaw of the land. Others will risk the possibility of being held in by force. Then all will have to either draft new constittuions or add an omnibus ammendment accomodating theis charter or have the Judiciary of the Union and Empire impose the demands of the New on the existing constitutional language and enforce its own interpretation.

Provision Three: The Constitutional Convention should approve omnibus ammendments readily but it has the charge of doing so and like wise with new Charters. However, after the Founding the GRIHHA and the Grand Senatorial Council will approve all ammendments.   

Subsection Six:  Washington, DC; The Imperial Capital and Related Issues

Provision One:  The Arlington & Alexandria Section

1. Virginia will finally cede the Arlington and Alexandria lands to the District of Columbia and Maryland and Vriginia shall assure cession of the entire intended federal square. This will occur before the formal counting of half of these lands which will count towards their due to the Possessions and Territories and on these lands will be built and organized eventually the Great Compact Legislatures Zones of the Compact of Possessions and the Compact of Territories. The rest of these lands will be organized within the new organization of Washington. These two Compact Zonelets will also have a residential area developed for Negros and for people of the Territorial races near their sites. The Compact of the States Legislature zonelet will be on the West Bank of the Mississippi, north of New Orleans and South of the Lattitude of Little Rock.

Provision Two: The Wards

1.The Imperial Capital City will consist of  Nine Wards, in reverse order of protocol precedence these will be Negro Washingtonville, Colored Washingtonia, White Georgetown, Compact of Posessions Zonelet, Compact of Territories Zonelet, Industrial and Mercantile Potomac Shore,Federal City, Historic Imperial Culture Zone and The Imperial House and Palace Baronial Fief.  All will have a ward government, will elect an equal number of  popular representatives to the lower chamber of the Imperial Capital City.

2.For this cultural transformation to an Empire to be complete a good number of negros will have to leave many great districts of America’s cities where they have entirely transformed society. No Negro will be permiitted to reside permanently outside Negro Washingtonville, a designated section of Colored  Washingtonia and the Compact of Possessions Zonelet. This will include spouses and adopted children of Whites. No negro not in the Five-fold Nobility will be permitted to be in White Georgetown at all except in urgent circumstances btween an hour after sunset and an hour before sunrise except in the livery of a white family with a registered livery with whom they have been employed in the last three days.  The British Embassy will receive a five hundred acre  cultural annex under Brtish Embassy rights but his shall be lost forever as soon as open war occurs between the United Kingdom and the Federal American Empire of the United States. The British will have the right to lease lease a third of those lands out if they wish with half being open to Imperial and half to British parties. 

3. Federal City will include the Naval Observatory where the First Executive Vice President will reside and have his office, the Blair House where the Second will have his establishment, the Pentagon, the Naval Academy, the Supreme Court and the Capitol as well as a crazy quilt shape if necessary forming a ward making up five percent of the remainder of Imperial Capital City or Washington DC after these building are subtracted.

4. The Historic Imperial Culture Zone will make up between eight and ten percent of the City and will include all those monuments and museums of importance not claimed first by the Imperial House nor in the enumerated public buildings of the Federal City.

5.The Imperial House Fief will not be less than five percent nor more than fifteen percent of the City and shall include the Green and water portions of the Central Water portions of the Mall. The Imperial House and Emperor will not reside in the Capital City until the Imperial Palace is complete but they may spend a few nights there each year.

i. A wrought iron and steel fence with fifty-one gates for each State will surround the existing White House grounds and extend around the Elips and the Zero Milestone. This area shall be the Central Palace.

ii. A two hundred foot wide corridor of a building which is also a fortified wall  shall pass through and remove New York Avenue to Thirteenth Street. There an are just across from Franklin Park and extending back to that corridor will be the Serants Quarter and also the Headquarters of the Imperial House Domestic Service Agency. Here white, black and  colored  servants will also live in a combination of shared and sperate accomodations as will Junior and Senior and Men and Women. Middle servants will reside elsewhere.

iii. A two hundred foot wide corridor of a building which is also a fortified wall  shall pass through and remove F Street all the way to Twenty-First Street. The block beside George Washington University between streets F,G, 20th and 21st will be the Imperial Harem Subpalace or American Seraglio.

iv. A two hundred foot wide corridor of a building which is also a fortified wall  shall pass through and divide the Department of the Interior (which will communicate with an overpass) until it reaches the new Imperial House Marina which will be located on the piece of land bounded by the Arlington Memorial Bridge Road, the Rock Creek and Potomac Parkway, The Lincoln Memorial Grounds drive and the Potomac River. In it course this will include the fortified  Companioned Garrisons and Headquarters of the Emperor’s and Empress’s Honor Guard in the block across  from the Green Spaces and Memorial area where between the Federal Reserve and nineteenth Street the wall will divide the two guard in one fortress.

v. This wall will be a high building and its lower level will be for storage and utilities of the House and Palace. through this lower area all the necessary cut-through passages for pedestrians and vehicles will be made with very secrue reinforcing materials and guard towers at all such ponts. Only the Interior Department will have an over pass which will be a tribute to the lands of the Empire in fine permanent art. Above the storage and cut through leval will be a microtrain counduit which will sink bleow ground for a central exchange under the White house and then be connected to dedicated, flood-resistant underground trains going to secure Palace parking towers no less than a mile nor more than ten miles from the White House.

vi. The space above the trains will be made up of a level of junior staff offices, small apartments for rent  to staffers and overnight accomodations for guest not in the top priority of the Imperial House for whatever reason. Above all of that will be the roof covered with turf and paths of stone and flower beds in between to lines of guard towers and battlements. In the towers will ge hidden solar arrays, windmills, compost processors, communications arrays, telescopes and sensors as well as real guards and heavy weaponry.

vii. It will be a great palace and the first of it kind for a new era. 

Subsection Seven: Geopolitical Reorientation

Provision One: Reassessmentof America’s Place in the World in the Past and at the Time of the Founding

1. There has been an ideology that America is the only Super Power in the world, is the  greatest country in the world, is doing amazingly well for being so very young and has unlimited resources and that it is founded more than anything else on the priciple of equality. All of these ideas are repudiated under this regime. This regime welcomes in the Aboriginal American peoples cultures and languages into official public life and brings them and all other parties together under the world’s oldest line of kings so it cannot be said to be very young. America is the greatest in the sense of best society on some measures, the worst society on some measures and on most measures falls somewhere in between as do most great powers. America has grown so fast that it may be argued to be the most demographically strained society of magnitude in history and its resources are strained. As to power, the British Commonwealth includes India, Pakistan, Canada, Australia, New Zealand,  and almost a third of the Human race and is in many ways an effective federal empire. Russia is more efficient than in Soviet Days. The European Union is a power yet to be probed. China has never been well understood in the West, although it has been overrun. All of these powers offer an effective challenge to American Primacy if in fact it exists in realpolitik. This is to refrain from mentioning many other challenges and threats. No matter how miserable and subjectively easy to give up a life of a native royal in the United States must necessarily be no founding Emperor could be expected to expose himself and his loved one to the dangers of open rule in a society so deeply deluded about its place in the world. 

2. America is assessed by this lycurgus as in amny ways a prematurely aging and decadent great power which is embracing this Constitution to address very serious systemic problems.

Provsion Two: The Role of the Federal American Empire of the United States in the World in General

1. The Third Union must expect to be tested.

2.The Third Union will be engaged in long-term planning and work done in such a way that those leading it should believe that every day which the regime endures will make the country and even the world better. However, it is less lofty in its idealism than the Second Union.  The Imperial elements themselves expect to receive some substantial direct benefits from the regime.

3. The common good is to be sought and promoted. However, given the ideology and rhetoric and practice of a society that attended badly to foreign problems while neglecting its own and produced vast waste and weakened every hierarchy in the world almost any sane regime must seem relatively authoritarian and oppressive. So this regime must surely seem to many.

Provision Three: Nuclear Arms and Space

1. The Federal American Empire believes and holds both that  Nuclear Explosive weapons are very dangerous even to make and must be limited  and that they will always exist in at least theory and the Empire and Union must have an armory of them.

2. Within twenty-five years of founding at least seventy percent of all the Empire and Unions nuclear arsenal by payload, throwpower and piece count must be nondemographic weapons: these must include anti-bunker, anti-submarine, anti-spacecraft and nuclear shot guns for air defense. These and the remaining very bad nukes must be cleaner than nuclear devices existing at the founding.

3. The Empire and Union believe the ideal way for itself and its competitors to dispose of aging nuclear weapons is to explode them in the effective propulsion of spacecraft outside of earth’s gravity well and far from any human outpost or colony.

4. Through his waste and ruins right the Emperor can preclude destruction of any stored embyos, semen or ova of humans especially but also of rare animals which the Human Habitat Expansion Agency has the capacity and desire to stockpile for colonization of the Moon and Mars.

5.The Emperor, Imperial House and DIG will hold in its forces three active nuclear weapons of three grades and types, one of each. Only these nuclear weapons are lawfully held outside of the command and control of the United States military in the Union and Empire.

6. Because America invented Nuclear explosives the Empire would still hold seventy-five devices if it could be certain no others existed in the world but does not believe it very likely such proof of non-existence can exist.

7. All new large federal buildings will conatin a continuously improved fall-out and bomb shelter with a protected well, filters, seed bank and part of an Empire wide contingency. 

Provision Four: Spheres of Influence

1. The Third Union will seek to greatly reduce new treaties, will greatly lmit imigration and will expel foreign-born non-citizen trouble-makers much more readily than the second union.  

2. The Third Union sees little reason to hope for close cooperation with most powers in the world on most matters.

3. The Third Union would still support international institutions and offer some asylum but will have a model of politics in which a set of spheres of influence exist around great powers.

4. The Third Union denounces the idea that America has been uniquely just, free, stable, rich and moral throughout the Second Union. To a significant degree the Third Union is a society trying to leave behind demogoguery and illusion and find the real and costly side to its ideals long upheld and new.

5.   The Third Union seeks peace, is prepared for war and believes it should gain a selfish benefit from every battle-earned victory.

Article Thirteen: Civil Service, Social Security,

Money and Fiscal Policy

Section One: Civil Service

Subsection One: Policies Across the Imperial and Union Government

Provision One: All Long-Term and Permanent Employees of the Federal Government and of the Direct Imperial Government who are not elected or in the Upper or Inner Imperial House and are more than one rank below a Cabinet Secretary will have to go through Union and Imperial Civil Service Induction. This may be waived when an immune person from the previous sentence takes in an already closely associated assistant within one year of the hiring person arriving at an elevated post for close personal and executive service and applies for and receives a waiver.  All of these will be.

Provision Two: The Civil Service Induction shall consist of taking the Union and Imperial Civil Service Written Examination, a general simulated skills examination and then receiving a thorough physical examination, taking a physical performance test  which will be sex specific and for each of these four evaluations will be given a percentage score of achievement and fitness. The Civil Service written exam will be worth three-fourths of the required points for admission and all will take an equal set of sections.   Next the induction will include undergoing a written and oral psycological evaluation and then meeting with a results clerk before being offered a position and signing an employment contract. All those in the United States Civil Service at the time of Founding will retain their civil status for five years or through voluntary separation or scheduled retirement. Those remaining in active service for more than five years will be given preferred status and results but departmental formula but must undergo induction to be continued in the service past that time.

Provision Three: All Union and Imperial Civil Service employees will take a departmental exam for which they will receive a percentage score. All Union and Imperial Service employees will be paid monthly  and will receive a thirteenth  check each year which will be in the amount of one of their twelve equal monthly checks (here symbolized as m) mulipled by the sum of his or her four induction scores (here symbolized by C+S+P+p) and their current departmental test score (here symbolized by d) divided by 400. This formula shall be  m({C+P+p+d}/400).   The employees salary shall change as is due and proper but changing the variable in the rest of the eqation shall occur during evaluation and Induction Repetition bothe required and optional no more often than every five years served.    

Provison Four: In Imperial and Federal employment at all levels women will receive  leave for a month at pay on getting married or entering into a placement or liasion licensed by the regime or their jurisdiction with a man. They will  in those position work  on a scale eight-five percent of the hours for each category requirement of ullt-time and overtime and shall receive maternity leave for six weeks at pay on giving birth and two weeks on adopting a child. They will be entitled to five family leave days per year for  being women and two more for each child they have for any documented but not necessarily authorized family emergency beyond whatever their male counterparts receive. 

Provision Five: Half Retirement shall be available when the first of thrity years in service or sixty-five years of age are achieved. Full retirement shall be available after disability or five full years of Half Retirement are achieved.

Provision Six: Each Major Department within the Union and Imperial Civil Service will be entitled to organize a guild and if they do organize on then that guild will be entitled to elect two members of the lower chamber of the Civil Service Council. These guilds will be of somewhat attenuated rights in some regards but will participate in the guild system.

Provision Seven: All Civil Service Employees will have one percent of their pay invested in a savings account in the Federal Employees Credit Union if they are Federal Employees and in the Imperial House and Household Bank which will be drawn out on their seventieth birthday and paid either to them or to their estate and certified heirs.

Provision Eight: All Union and Imperial Civil Service employees will pay half of what they would otherwise pay in FICA and shall receive half of the Social Security benefits they would thereby receive and this calculation shall follow those who work in varied positions and coincidences across their carreer.

Subsection Two: Policies Differing in the Imperial and Federal Sector

Provision One: Federal Sector Civil Service Employees shall have their pay calculated based on a standard schedule of their grade and rating except for the difference between men and women and the thirteenth check all Citizen-Subjects of the Federal American Empire of the United States will receive the same pay for the same work and rating. Employees who are not Citizen-Subjects will earn five percent less than their counterparts.

Provision Two: In terms of admission  the Federal Sector of the Civil Service will give only three sets of Preferences. The Federal Sector of the Civil Service will give the highest preference to those coming from Direct Imperial Government and Imperial House Civil Service Sectors. They will give the Second Highest Preference to those from the United States and Imperial Military Services veterans. They will give the third preference to Jurisdictional Military veterans.  The highest preference will not involve an adjustment that exceeds twelve percent of the scale required on the three scored evaluations.

Provision Three: The Direct Imperial Government and Imperial House Sector Civil Service shall have as its base pay ninety-three percent of the same rating and work in the Federal Civil Service.

Provision Four: The Direct Imperial Government and Imperial House Sector Civil Service will include the Special Services under somewhat different rules and administration yet participating in the Civil Service System. These are the Imperial House Domestic Service Agency, the Physically Challenged Imperial House Police, The Imperial House Exceptional Staff, The Direct Imperial Government Temporary Service  and the Imperial Forced Labor Program.

Provision Five: The Direct Imperial Government and Imperial House Sector Civil Service  Special Services will have a variance so that the Imperial Household Domestic Service Agency  and the Imperial Forced Labor Program will use the rating system with some lower ranks added but the IHDS will pay seventy percent of the pay for the same rating and the IFLP will pay fifty percent and neither will usually offer similar work to other agencies.

Provision Six: The Direct Imperial Government and Imperial House Sector Civil Service  Special Services will have a variance so that the Physically Challenged Imperial House Police will earn one hundred and two percent  and  the Imperial House Exceptional Staff will earn one hundred and fifteen percent of the pay for the work in the  same rating as a standard sector employee and  both servies pay accelerated double retirement payments in the Civil Service system’s pension program.

Provision Seven: Once the regime is mature promotion from with the Imperial House Domestic Service Agency will be strongly preffered to fill all ranks. Imperial House Domestic Service Agency  Employees will start off as resident servants and will be fed a balanced and nutritious diet, will be housed, will be provided with a single week of housed and paid vaction at Imperial Household and IHDSA resorts and another week of paid vacation on their own time and choice. They may not marry or be married nor have children witholut being relieved of their positions. However, all those relieved for minor causes, personal reasons and other non prejudicial release shall be guaranteed one year of Employment in the Direct Imperial Government Temporary Service and will be given Placement Counseling. Middle rank servants will be required to find their own housing and will be encouraged to marry they will be given a two-week paid honeymoon, offered wedding and reception support facilities and childcare options and their children will be in a Servant’s Children’s Support Network. Senior level Servants will be required to maintain a home elsewhwere and will also have a free dwelling with childcare and full family residence on the house properties at no charge.

Provision Eight: The Direct Imperial Government and Imperial House Sector Civil Service will operate under a Bill of Preferences and Discriminations published by the DIG Legislature and confirmed by the GRIHHA which will outline policies of admission and promotions.

 Subsection Three:   Administration and the Civil Services Council

Provision One: The Cabinet Secretaries shall each appoint a Civil Service Liaison from among their staffers otherwise employed aho shall sit in the Upper Chamber of the Civil Service Council.

Provision Two: The Censors shall appoint two members of the Upper Chambers of Compact Legislatures to five year terms on the Upper Council of the Civil Service Council.

Provison Three: The First Executive Vice President with the advice and consent of the Senate will appoint three five year Commissioners with staggered terms to sit on the Civil Service Council Upper Chamber.

Provsion Four: The DIG Legislature will appoint five of its own members to the Civil Services Council’s Upper Chamber. 

Provision Five: The Peer-Elector who are Presidents of the Universite des Acadiens, Harvard University and Yale University shall be members of the Upper Chamber of the Civil Services Council. The Majordomo di Palazzo and the Chief of the Imperial House Physically Challenged Police will also be members.

Provision Six: The GRIHHA will nominate four members of each house of Congress for each of  the two seven year terms and the Emperor will appoint one of them at his choice.

Provsion Six: the Empress will appoint a member of the Upper Chamber of the Civil Services Council entirely at her whim.

Provsion Seven: Every guild of Civil Service Employees, every jurisdiction’s official liaison to the civil service and all Departments and agencies will appoint a member to the lower house of Civil Services Council.

Provision Eight: The Civil Service Council  operating fund will receive half of all fines for misbehavior and malfeasance in the CiviL Service, half of all fees for taking Civil Service exams and retaking optional improvement sections.  The Council will also receive a surcharge of one percent on all thirteenth checks.

Provision Nine: The Civil Service Council will authorize and certify the Scored componenets of the Induction, will draft the Code of Ethics to be confirmed by both the DIG Council of Nobles and the United States Senate and shall appoint the Magistrates of First Instance in the Civil Service Administrative Courts. In all of theis it shall act as a legislature passing motions by simple majority or overriding the Chief Administrator’s veto by two third’s majority.

Provion Ten: The Chief Administrator shall be appointed at the whim of the Emperor and serve at his pleasure. He must have five or more years of experience in the Imperial and Union Civil Service or he must have that many years experience in the Second Union Civil Service. He must ne a member of the Nobility of the Robe before appointment. No two consecutive Chief Administrators can be citizens of a jurisdiction other than a State nor may three in a continuous series of ten serve for less than three years. 

Section Two: Social Security

Subsection One: The Constitutional Nature of Social Security

Provision One: Social Security which in part grew out of Old Age Pensions  in Louisiana has become part of our National Unwritten Constitutio which to a large degree this Constitutional Transformation is supposed to abolish. After this charter for a t least several decades it is intended that nothing with great legality, formality and Empire-wide  political importance will exist on which our written Constitution offers so little guidance.

Provison Two: Social Security shall receive a certain number of new small Set-Asidess which will be disrtibuted to it by the Full-Society Budgetary Conference. In all cases a ten percent collectors fee will be available and the Social Security Administration will not collect the taxes itself. These fees will also be correlated to useful information:

1. The Maquilladora License, every corporation licensed in the Empire and Union which in any way owns more than twenty percent of a foreign plant or is the sole customer for a foreign plant shall pay a license fee of one hundred hours of the minimum free wage in the District of Columbia and a tenth of its original license fee every year to renew such a license and such a license is not transferable. One is required for every plant.

2.The Brazeros License, every corporation licensed in the Empire and Union which in any way owns signs an alien labor group importation contract or an Imperial Forced Labor end use contract shall  shall pay a license fee of one hundred hours of the minimum free wage in the District of Columbia and a tenth of its original license fee every year to renew such a license and such a license is not transferable. One is required for every such contract for every region or plant as laws  shall define their work area.  

3. The Serfs License,  every corporation licensed in the Empire and Union which in any way owns more than twenty percent of a fiefdom or manor based plant employing serfs or bonded tenenats or is the sole customer for  such a plant shall pay a license fee of one hundred hours of the minimum free wage in the District of Columbia and a tenth of its original license fee every year to renew such a license and such a license is not transferable. One is required for every plant.

4. The Plant Closure Tax, every corporation licensed in the Empire and Union which in any way owns more than twenty percent of a plant or factory or is the sole customer for a  plant  or factory which has employed more than twenty full-time people for more than ten years shall pay a closure fee of one hundred hours of the minimum free wage in the District of Columbia and a percent of its principal closure fee  for every employee that worked in that plant within the last two years prior to closure.

5. One percent of all fines, punitive damages, exemplary damages and court costs collected related to the creation of unsafe working conditions,  defective industrial equipment, defective tools, abuse of employees and  the much reduced anti-trust violations shall go to the Social Security Administration.

6. One percent of all inheritance taxes collected in the Empire will go to the  Social Security Administration.

7. One percent of all fees payable by the Social Security Agency will be forfeit back to the Agency for every ten percent which the Agency’s payments alone exceed the average fulltime wage of a forty year-old in the Empire and Union. However, of all enumerated new monies — these alone will be for the Social Security Administration to collect. 

Provision Three: All of the enumerated funds collected under Provision Three above shall be divided in equal fourths. The recipients will be the General Social Security Trust, the Social Security Program Operating Budget, the Social Security Ancillary Programs Budget and the Social Security Ancillary Programs Trust. 

Provision Four: The Social Security Administration will be headed by a Chief Administrator  appointed by the First Executive Vice President with the advice and consent of the Senate. This person shall be the veto-wielding head of an unpaid planning council which must approve all policies and regulations are by two thirds vote overturn vetoes of rules it propounds. These will be the Two Year Emperor’s Proxy from the Conference Continuity Program, the Secretary of Labor, the Secretary of the Treasury, the Surgeon General, The Civil Service Chief Administrator, the Head of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the Postmaster General and  the Chief Tribune.

 Subsection Two: Reductions and Constitutional Social Security.

Provision One: At the time of the founding those reitring that day will retire on the same basis as previously promised but they will have one more percent of each of their checks deposted in an individual account in the  Social Security Trust form which they will draw interst only for five years and then draw the principal whether alvie or dead. 

Provision One: Age rules will be adjusted in three month blocks on a two for one basis. So that those retiring three months later will have to wait six months more until at sixty-three one can take permanently seventy percent of pensions due starting then or   else at sixty-five one can take half retirement and then at seventy take full retirement.

Provsion Two: The Social Security administration will receive two percent of the Federal Budget for ten years in addition to FICA payments, related taxes and its new enumerated set-asides and then shall depend solely on them.  Redistribution shall begin right away. 

1. One percent of all FICA payments will go to support the eldercare and disabled care programs of all family associations and guilds to which an individual belongs. That will be  forfeit to the program if the payer does not belong to  family or guild with any such programs.

2. Two percent of all FICA payments will go to insured pension plans in which the payer is privately  vested and if there are nonesuch then this portion shall be forfeit to the program. 

3. Three percent of all FICA payments will go to an individual account in the individual’s name payable on his or her seventieth birthday whether the person is dead or alive. 

Provision Three: Vesting shall be changed in that after thirty quarters  one will be vested at fifty percent of standard scale, after forty quarters at seventy percent, after fifty quarters at ninety percent and at sixty quarters at one hundred percent. A buy in premium system will be created for those under fifty-seven who have more than thirty quarters in the sytem and wish to use other monies to buy in to the system. 

Provision Four: Half of all Social Security Revenues will go into the Social Security Trust Fund after fifteen years after the Founding. Unpayable Balances will be paid in  five year IOUs after the cash available is used up. These IOUs will pay face value in five years time with no interest dividend or premium and will be fully negotiable on the discount markets of the Empire.

Provision Five: Funds Collected from young people too early to count will be half lost to the general system and  half payable to a lump sum award paid one year and one day after entering into their first still extant Marriage or Domestic Union. This award for the individual’s first union being a marriage as recognized by DIG law and their own jurisdiction shall be double that for any other union.

Provision Six:  Medicaid and Medicare there shall be the following reductions by order of constitution.

1.Medicare and Medicaid will be administered under the rubric of the Social Security Ancillary Programs system.

2.Medicare and Medicaid will not pay more than ten percent of the cost of more than one procedure which is intended to lengthen the life of a person who has exceeded the average life expectancy by less than one year, nor more than two which are intended to lenghten life by less than three years.

3.Medicare and Medicaid will not finance any part of any  organ transplant or donation which is not a sale or purchase on the Imperial Certified Organ Exchange.

4.Medicaid and Medicare will discount all calculations in favor of receipients who are certified blood donors by ten percent.

5. Medicare will pay half of it normal payments after the total lifetime payment of an idividual exceeds all their lifetime FICA payments. Except in the case of a disabled pre-retirement person then thecalulation will be when they have reached three-fourths of their projected life-time payments. This reduction will occur after paying the full premium on the transitional proprtion changing payment. Medicaid will be limited to half the lifetime payments of the average and also to the median lifetime Medicare limit whichever is lower.

6. Medicare and Medicaid will offer benefits to the Imperial Borders Agency at one third the rate it pays to citizens but under rules as shall allow the Agency to disburse such benefits effectively.

7. One percent of all funds collected by Medicaid and Medicare will be disbursed in honors and grants to those assisting the dying and those likely to  die in the nonprofit sector none of this will go to life termination services. Those first on the list will be the Make-a-Wish Foundation  and various nonprofit hospices.

Provsion Seven: Ilegal Aliens funds which have been lost into the sytem will be identified in law and regulation in the recent past and in the future and half will be allocated to the sytem and half will be paid to the Imperial Borders Agency so that it shall keep ten percent of that half for administration and siburse the rest to both the correct individuals and to the class of aliens both in programs of countries of origin and in border related programs. 

Provision Seven: Options will be sold to manors and agricultural guilds to buy programs with reduced social security benefits for workers. In all cases such programs will include permanent collection of taxes not to exceed one percent of wages or value added which will be permanent on transactions otherwise untaxed and  alsovoluntary fees collected by the institutions.

Section Three: Monetary Policy

Subsection One: Preamble 

However, as this process goes forward tThe Empire will be moving towards a society where most ego needs and heart’s desire needs are not met by a limitless desire for more expensive individual standards of living. Sharing in family and community will be incentivized. During this period of growth and liquidation the Empire will also transition to a floating quatrimetalism as the monetary policy. The new money will tighten credit and secure credit to some real degree always.

Subsection Two: Logistics of Coinage

Provision One: Basically coins will make up a fixed percentage of all issued money value and count. All coins will be required to have a steel inner and outer ring. The coins will  be stringable like old Chinese coins.

Provision Two:  The four metals used will be Gold, Silver, Copper and Platinum. There will be mixed metal and pure metal coins and issues will vary with the markets by formulas designed to maximize stability.

Provision Three: All banks will be forced to hold one percent of their assets in these value metal coins after a ten-year transition period, The Imperial House and Household Bank and the Federal Reserve as well as the  Secretary of the Treasury, the Federal Employees Credit Union and the Imperial Tibal Credit Union would form monetary policy at a conference every two years.

Provision Four: The steel rings on all these coins which would change their nominal value from their metal value and make them easier to use. Within that context the conference will fine tune a policy which will call forth a formula which would allow the treasury to respond to fluctuations in the market by producing more or less of one kind of coin or another.  The options will be to control proportions of coins to paper within the maximum of twent to one face value and one hundred to one piece count and to adopt the exact mix and alloy limits of the following coin types (not forgetting the unmentioned rings): 

1. platinum     5. platinum/gold  

2. gold              6. gold/ silver 

3. silver         7. silver/ copper 

4. Copper  

Subsection Three: Circulating Debit Cards

The  Federal American Empire  of the United States shall develope and issue finely tooled debit cards of precious metals limited to twenty time their meltal or metal and jewel value at making forecer which shall be both reloadable and able to be circulated.

 Section Four: Federal Trusts, Set-asides and Budgets

Subsection One: Trusts

Provision One: The accounting Standards used for the Federal Trusts required by this constitution will be based upon those of  the Louisiana legal requisites for insurers in the year 2002.

Provsion Two: Fraud against a Federal or Imperial Trust shall be a separate and additional felony added to all other felonies.

Subsection Two: Set-asides and Budgets

Provision One:  While the amounts of money involved may be large or small the portion of money in dedicated funds in this Constitution is not onerous. The dedicated funds known as set-asides shall take precedence over all other disbursement and distributions of funds. 

Provision  Two: These funds shall be accounted in the most gross form that is a reasonable interpretation of the Constitution.

Section Five: Federal Retirement, Insurance and Pensions Policy

Subsection One: Results Assurance

Provision One: There will be no Cost of Living adjustments in Federal Pensions. The Federal Departments and the Civil Service will administer a deduction of one percent of all salaries to buy Benefit Inflation Insurance. This shall pay what it can pay when inflation affects the benetits without specific guarantees.

Provision Two: The Direct Imperial Government Jurisdiction’s Imperial Chaplain’s Reverse Mortgage  Support Covenant will be available to retired Federal Employees.

Subsection Two: Half Retirement and Elderwork

Provision One: The Civil Service and it associted resources will offer such extended half retirement and elderwork positions as it has to offer to those still in good health and mental attitude at the time their retirement should commence at their discretion.

Section Six: Social and Imperial Context

 There will be a greater emphasis on shared resources, conservation and recognition that a long easy retirement is not likely to be possible for most people — compared to the ideas and ideology of the Second Union.

Article Fourteen: Permanent Policy Framework of the Third Union 

Article Preamble: It is a great strength compared to the founding of the Second Union to have much of what is represented in this Third Union Constitution and not least of those strengths is the longer Constitution itself. It will be less accessible to most citizens as a document but most citizens did not have the other one well within their minds either. In the case of this one citizens, foreign diplomats, heads of State and officials of the Empire and Union will receive more guidance and education from reading it than from reading a very short document. Nonetheless, there was a kind of grand flexibility associated with so much brevity that is absent from the new regime. This Article brings the difference to a a much more poronounced point. There is a kind of poverty in needing to set out actual policy in the constitution itself. One reason for having this in one Article is so that at some point an ammendment may be past which state that this entire article is no longer a Constitutional Article but is now simply an important documant in our national canon but that day may be very far away indeed. For the Federal American  Empire of the United States to survive until that day it will have to overcome amny obstacles.

Section One: Foreign Policy & Autonomy

Subsection One: The Nature of Sovereignty in the World

Provision One: Every sovereign nation is entitled to its own constitution. While immigration will be reduced this Union may help refugees, sometimes it may support rebels or invaders against a very bad regime. It may demand certain things related to products it creates there or buys there. It may defend its citizens there but it may not dictate their constitution. The United States of America since World War Two has been a tyrannical force in destroying much of the synthesis of Western Political science the Arcadian Line will support in as many instances as it has been a help to that synthesis. It may no longer advocate democracy as the only right form of government, demand international standards of representation nor expect that treaties of the type it has signed so many of in recent decades prior to the founding are likely to represent any kind of real and complete truth.

Provision Two: The Late Second Union has been a country which has given up the Panama Canal, Subic Bay, Clark Field, the Federated States of Micronesia in return for nothing and has been forced to become more committed to a tyranny of international and global regimes unsuited for sovereignty. This system will be largely reversed.

Provision Three: Of all the countless evils that can be seen by a regime that believes in good and evil there are few more clear than the horror of letting a country fall under the direct sway of the Afro-Arab axis of Islamic Power. Every country that seeks to resist this is engaged in a struggle for survival. America is now associated with that great Hellenic world that has been destroyed by Afro-Arab Islamic power. Truce and chivalry, human good will and the hope for progress must be part of the relationship with these rivals. However, Russia’s long and horrible history with this force is officaly acknowledged and their need to resist in their own lands is also, as is China’s, France’s and others in recent decades. The Crusades are an scknowledged part of our cultural heritage as well. Nonethless, while all Islam is threatening some powers are more so than others. The struggle for survival is many sided and collaboration in many instances is found in unexpected places.

Provision Four: It is not the nature of sovereign powers not united in a complex system of joint sovereignty to have many close associates they can trust on most matters most of the time. The competition is fierce for reasons beyond number among key powers at every juncture.

Provision Five: The best way we can help the world is usually to be a healthy, decent and strong society that is growing and emands goods and services from others and then to seek to reward not only market but social values in those with whom we trade. The suppression of piracy and chaos and the support of world infrastucture and such charities as are welcome abroad.

Provision Six:  Although many families in America come from the west and north of Europe many of them were even there of amore Mediterranean mindset and culture as regards civic structure. The Jews and Hebrews among those who founded this country were more proto-zionist. but recent decades have seen the glorification of capitalism and the free market. Capital and the Freemarket are important values, along with family, race, religion, piety, industry, martial culture and conservation. The toxic monomania about money must end. North and Western Europe, China, Arabia and the Jews in Diaspora are all cultures that should have more commercial emphasis for some time than this Empire and Union. There history has better conditioned them for it and they have lived without things still able to be saved here to gain those advantages such a postion brings. The Business of America is not only business any more.

Provision Seven: While Poland and a few key players are notable exceptions, there is a vaccuum without greater Slavic Unity than has existed recently. The Soviet Union was our ally in a great and terrible war.  They were far from a good society in many ways but Russia has improved. More or less history has established a pattern of Russia dominating much of the Slavic World under what is left of Greek cultural influence. The Latinized-formerly Hellenic – Germanic peoples leading a few others and Poland existing as bridge to the west. It is hard to see how America’s interest are much better served by dividing the slavs among Western Europe and chaos. At the time of the Founding real reforms for the good of the Russian Orthodox Church, incresed capitalism and parliamentary regularity have all been on-going and yet America has developed very few ties or signe of possible cooperation with on of the only powers tha could have a hardwired interest in being our “friends”. While competition and struggle must be normative there wre countless analyeses where Russian and American interests could coincide. This does not constitute predicting better relations but simply states the Empire’s view of the facts.

Provision Eight: The European Union and British Commonwealth combined with terrible strategic thinking has America poised to fall completely intogeopolital oblivion at any moment.    We are the poorly paid mercenaries, dupes and deluded whipping boys of the west at this time.

Provision Nine: Lack of Human Habitat Expansion, which will be considered more in other subsections has sealed in and emphasized the worst aspects of our current world crisis which must get much worse unless radical change is made.    

Subsection Two: The Small and Crowded Earth

Provision One: While the Earth is about the same size and mass it has been throughout human history it has been shrunk by many measures and this shrinkage, while not without some benefits is very threatening. The means and measures of shrinkage have been: increased speed of communications, increased speed of transportation, the diminishing number of languages, the diminishing number of species, monoculture in agriculture, standardization of weights and measures. Life is very “good” for the hellions and pirates who are the respected thought leaders of the world and very bad for the careful builder made to seem silly sentimentalists.

Provision Two: The Policy of the Empire and Union is to reduce waste, strenghten autonomy and diversity in systems of unity and to increase space, resources and habitat. That is a very challenging agenda.

Subsection Three: The Rich Earth

Provsion One: With a very large population, centuries of varied knowledge traditions united, rapid logistics and space travel among other things the Earth is very rich with cpacity to address its problems and progress beyond the imagination of most people. However the odds of that happening are small.

Provsion Two: The Empire and Union are willing to place some risk on regime survival to ,ove towards the potential of the rich Earth. 

Subsection Four: Arcadian Continuity

Provision One: The Arcadian line, culture, tribe and royal house must be considered to be in the very unlikely position of emerging from a centuries long nightmare into world prominenece and societal leadership. This will not be easy. Yet while few may see it there may never have been a royal house that put more at risk in founding a regime. The risks are much greater in our now tiny world than ever before. 

Provision Two: The resources Arcadian-Acadians will bring to this regime are greater then readily meet the untrained eye. 

Provsion Three: Arcadians and Acadians have Primacy and there will be internal reforms and struggles. There will be problems with the Catholic Church which is thTribe’s official (but not imposed)  religion. All this occurs in a context where many institutions in this society have a history of prejudice and even hatred against Catholics, the French, Mediterraneans, Southerners, Civil Law, Agrarians and many other qualities of those they must now regard as leader even though they are equal citizens in most respects. There is nothing easy about all of this.

Subsection Five: The American Ideal

Provision One: The emergence of this regime is an emergence of white supremacy, authority over business interests, restrictions on speech, some assured male dominance, martial culture enshrined and other issues that go against the US Supreme Court of this century and other trends. However, these are also rooted in America.

Provision Two: The toughening and hardening of America being attempted here is really mosly an effort to preserve the soft, free, easy and comfortable aspects of life for the long term. At the time of the founding America is simply insane. By recognizing what it costs to preserve the things made excessive by infiltrators and enemies on the one hand and our least worthy citizens on the other we can hope to restore them to healthy function. 

Provision Three: This is no longer an America where everyone is told they can be whatever they want. Yet it is a culture and society where more opportunities and mobility are assured than in almost any other. There will still be many people hurt and killed, wounded and cheated by so much mobility and that is till a price the regime is willing to pay. Mobility and opportunity are still valued. 

Section Two: The New Colonialism

Subsection One: Sea Colonization

Provision One: The Federal American Empire of the United States will undertake a massive colonization of the delta and barrier and extra barrier regions of the Louisiana and Mississipi River areas and secondarily of many other areas of it coastal seawaters everywhere. This will be a comprehensive plan of nature preserves, stimulation and augmentation of fished and trapped species, storm abatement that use of masses of waste product, fortified subsurface shelter and installations for flat areas and port and marine recreation facilities.

Provision Two: As the technology improves the Federal American Empire of the United States favors dividing up the seamounts  of the High Seas among the world’s nations for development.  

Subsection Two: Civil Affairs Areas

Provision One:  The Federal American Empire of the United States will seek mixed economy, population density, quasi-autonomy and relative permanence for these areas.

Subsection Three: Space Colonization

Provision One: Everyone needs to make fun of something and this will doubtless amuse many but large scale realatively unending colonization of the Moon and Mars are among themost important priorities of the Third Union.

Provision Two: The Empire favors dividing up the Moon and Mars by a formula developed by this lycurgus in the past and doing so as soon as possible.

Section Three: Social Change and Conservation

This is a transformational regime. The probabilities of it enduring for generations are not very high. However, its principal focus is creating a society tending to survive and prosper for milennia.

Section Four: The Future

There are many competing past and present narrative on our tiny and crowded world and war is likley to result from many of them conflicting. This solar system could comfortably support a hundred billion people in two thousand years. It could do this with more parks, well managed farms and biodiversity than are around today. However, the odds are much greater that few hundred miilion will struggle on a largely ruined Earth. While the Empire will work with anyone, it does not yield its convictions or sense of purpose in trust to any other power on Earth. This is a regime seriously committted to expensive projects with limited short-term rewards.

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