Whereas history has proven morality and justice derive from Unalienable Rights and peaceful coexistence is possible to man, Sovereign Individuals of planet earth now find it necessary to preserve in perpetuity mans freedom to search for and sustain life, and to pursue happiness, and recognizing the likeness we share, so do now ordain and establish this ‘Constitution of Man’ to ensure true freedom, justice and law bound by Individual Rights derived from the right to life in the nature of man, qua, man, and the protections thereof guaranteed by these words taken directly from the hearts of the One Sovereign People, inseparable in perpetuity.
That the value that is life itself derives from the volitional action of living, and whereas mans’ value has been harvested and plundered for centuries by pirates, monarchies, military rulers, despots, oppressors, dictators, lawmakers, mercenaries, fascist, socialist and communist regimes, republican and democratic rule, tyrants and corrupt corporations, none have fully allowed that the sustaining of life according to free-will choice is the in-bodied nature of man, qua man, the fundamental right bestowed by Creator source equally upon every individual; absent limits.
This Constitution of Man shall ensure the right of all individuals to fulfill their purpose, by choice, necessarily forbidding the initiation of force, fraud or coercion by any individual or group against any other individual or group, and to morally and practically ensure that force only be used (for purpose of arresting its continuance) against those who initiate it.
To establish liberty, equality and justice in perpetuity, We, the One People of Planet Earth do now ordain and establish the Constitution of Man equally of and for all [wo]men in posterity and.perpetuity.
Declaration of Individual Rights
1.1 Right to Life
1.1.1 Man’s right to his own life is self evident truth.
1.1.2 Man’s right to his own life is of nature and by nature; natural rights are self evident truth.
1.1.3 Natural rights are Unalienable Rights belonging to every individual equally.
1.1.4 Unalienable Individual Rights are innate (belonging to one); indivisible further.
1.1.5 Unalienable Individual Rights are endowed by the Creator, immutable, inviolable; neither given, taken or transferable.
1.1.6 Natural and Unalienable rights are both of the Creator, inseparable.
1.2 Right of Equality and Sovereignty
1.2.1 All individual men are created equal by their Creator, which according to the nature of being man, qua man, is unequivocally the Unalienable Right to Life permitting no trespass.
1.2.2 By the Unalienable Right to Life endowed by the Creator, all men are sovereign equally according to the equal nature of being man, qua man.
1.2.3 No form of eminent domain shall henceforth exist, period.
1.2.4 Beliefs of one individual or an aggregate of individuals shall not annul, invalidate or usurp the unalienable rights of another. No religious claim of right may negate or usurp the unalienable individual rights of others.
1.2.5 No individual man, or group of men, shall be legally or otherwise deemed, classified or treated as Animal.
1.2.6 Individual rights of man preside over all other life forms.
1.3 Right to Liberty
1.3.1 Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness are the Unalienable Right of every individual.
1.3.2 Free-will choice of thought and action by any and all individuals are guaranteed inclusive of the responsibility, liability and accountability naturally and inherently flowing therefrom.
1.3.3 No individual severally, or individuals collectively may initiate force, threat of force, or fraud against any individuals self or property;
1.4 Right to Value and Property
1.4.1 Unalienable rights that constitute the natural essence of man are; they cannot form or be the object of a transaction or contractual agreement, whether voluntary or involuntary.
1.4.2 Property rights derive from every individual’s natural right of self-ownership and Unalienable Right to action.
1.4.3 Individual property rights derive from every individual’s Unalienable Right to action; from which action, material property is cultivated, made or earned.
1.4.4 An individuals rightful action that removes from the state of nature, or that blends an individuals labor with matter, over a res nullius, creates that individuals inalienable right to the material property thereby cultivated, made or earned.
1.4.5 Property exchange transfers rights over things, but it does not create the right.
1.4.6 Unalienable Rights are fully preserved in any process to contract for acquisition, or to exchange property.
1.4.7 Each Individual has the right to own personal property free and clear; no right to alienate property rights over things entails the right to alienate the right itself, property rights thus preserved.
1.4.8 Value resulting from each and every individuals thought, speech and action to cultivate, make, earn or exchange property, is guaranteed ‘Property’ of said individual, regardless of thought, deed or value manifestation; including each individual’s free will choice to gift, trade or dispose of said Value or Property;
1.4.9 No redistribution of wealth by means of legislative assemblies or any such like institution shall ever exist unless by the reparation of crimes committed against another.
1.4.10 Property, being that which can be bought or sold is alienable, but the right to procure such property is unequivocally forbidden by Inalienable or Unalienable Right.
1.5 Right of abdication
1.5.1 By the nature of man, qua man, whomsoever chooses to violate, deny or abrogate the rights of another, abdicates his free-will right so to choose by any action so to do;
1.5.2 Save to protect the life of another, initiation of force against another constitutes willful surrender of self rights for that duration, for which no mitigating circumstance may prevail.
1.5.3 Every individual has the Unalienable Right to dispose fully and freely of one’s own body (life), of one’s own faculties, of the fruits of one’s labors in non violation of the rights of others.
1.6 Right of Independence
1.6.1 Any individual attaining the age of 15 may until age 18, subject to clause 1.6.3 choose to accept, hold and honour a “Probationary Acceptance (of) Sovereignty Status”, (hereafter PASS), such PASS becoming redundant at age 18 years.
1.6.2 PASS holders choose by this means to accept the “Age of Independence’, and abiding by their sovereignty, to fully uphold the Declaration of Individual Rights, the Constitution of Man, with full responsibility and accountability for their actions thereafter.
1.6.3 Any PASS holder found to have transgressed their rights and to have violated the Declaration of Individual Rights, and/or the Constitution of Man shall be held fully accountable for their actions as though adult, and by prior agreement in accepting a PASS, forfeit adult sovereign status until attaining the age of 18 years.
1.6.4 Any Pass holder who, having held a PASS for 24 months without violation or abrogation of another’s rights may claim full sovereignty, though aged less than 18 years.
1.7 Right of Protection
1.7.1 Retaliatory force may lawfully and morally be used by an individual separately, or individuals collectively, only in defense against those who violate Clauses 1, 2 3 or 4 herein;
1.7.2 Physical retaliatory force is lawfully limited to that necessary to arrest or cause the initiated force against any individuals self or property to cease. (Refer to Article 4)
1.8 Rights in Perpetuity
1.8.1 By the right to life inbodied by all individuals including value derived therefrom, no individual separately, or individuals collectively, shall abrogate, subjugate, subordinate, fraudulently acquire, usurp, invade, violate, commandeer, steal, arrest, confiscate or detain the duly secured value of life or property by principle of law of any individuals domicil without prejudice by creation on earth;
1.9.1 No exception shall ever exist or amendment be made to Clauses 1 through 7 herein, inclusive.
2.1 No rights are ascribed or conferred to collective bodies; aggregate numbers of individuals regardless of howsoever claimed.
2.2 The rights of the whole can be no more than the sum of the rights of individuals.
2.3 Human rights, indigenous rights, fundamental rights, workers rights or other such claimed ‘collective rights’ are obsolete; redundant.