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CONSTITUTIONAL COVENANT FOR THE

INDIGENE NATION

 

The Supreme Council of the Indigene Nation assembled, hereby establish to our posterity truth, wisdom, justice, tranquility, common welfare, unity, respect, love, spiritual faith, and return to ourselves the divine gift as Soverans, which is our prosperity, to reign free with the Universe, in humility and gratitude, as given by our Soveran Rulers, the Great Spirits, and imploring aid and wise guidance from the Great Spirits in all our actions: do ordain and establish this Constitutional Covenant for governing our way of life as the Indigene Nation.

 

Confirmation of Indigenous Origin and Soveran Realm

Article I.

 

Sec. 1. The boundary of the Indigene Nation is claimed as that given by the Soveran Rulers and Creators, which is our DNA as stated from the beginning of all creation to its steward trustees, our original Indigene ancestors, therewith having no borders, to wit: “…Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, so that they may rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky, over the livestock and all the wild animals, and over all the creatures that move along the ground. So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them. God blessed them and said to them, Be fruitful and increase in number; fill the earth and subdue it. Rule over the fish in the sea and the birds in the sky and over every living creature that moves on the ground.  I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food…” (As noted within the universally accepted collection of books called the Bible at Genesis 1:26-28, which was taken from the Egyptian Heliopolis, behold the first act of creation of a divine eleemosynary private trust fully executed and confirmed.)

 

Sec. 2. The lands of the Indigene Nation shall remain supreme Soveran property of the Nation, including all improvements made thereon by any affiliate or non-affiliate of the Nation, and to be freely used for the exclusive purpose of our way of life as divinely directed by the Great Spirits.  Be it further known that it is prohibited for any Affiliate to dispose of any improvements, in any manner whatever, to corporate fictions known as the United States, UNITED STATES or other nation states, any individual corporate fiction STATES, or to individual citizens/employees thereof, and that, whenever any Affiliate shall remove with his/her effects from the protection of the Nation, and become a citizen of any corporate government, all his/her rights and privileges as an Affiliate of this Nation shall cease: Provided that the Supreme Council shall have the power to restore, by natural precept, all the rights of affiliateship to any such individual or individuals who may, at any time, desire to return to the protection of the Nation.

 

Sec. 3 This Covenant by Unanimous Declaration provides Independence for the affiliates of the Nation. This Unanimous Declaration of Independence shall always and forever provide enjoyment of their Soveran rights and immunities endowed by the Great Spirits that are embodied as the Indigene Nation Charter, Constitutional Covenant, Indigene DNA Constitution, and precepts ordained by the Indigene affiliates; that protect the rights, welfare and life of all Indigenes U.N.I. Vers-al.

 

This Covenant so declares that those who desire to be affiliates of the Nation are to stand before the Great Spirits and Elders to declare the following oath:

 

I, A.B., on my Soveran word before you Great Spirits, hereby declare, as my covenant oath, that I unequivocally renounce and rescind all allegiance and fidelity to any foreign body, (note: there shall be a complete orientation that defines what this covenant describes is a foreign body) potentate, state or sovereignty, of whom or which I have been an unwilling subject, person or citizen thereto by trickery and/or deceit, or by hidden cognizance; that I return to You and resume the honor of the Divine right  as a living descendent heir to the royal bloodline of universally ordained stewards, of which was first bestowed upon my great Indigene parents whom were given instruction and favor at the beginning of All creation; that I will without limit support and defend the Soveran Covenant and precepts given by the Great Spirits for the Indigene Nation against all trespassers; that I will stand in honor and true allegiance with arms on behalf of the Indigene Nation should the threat of life or liberty be waged upon our peaceful way of life by any that chose to usurp Your Divine will; and that I take this Uni-verse-al responsibility with integrity and righteousness, without any reservation or concern; so help me Great Spirits. As it has been said, so shall it be done.

 

Sec. 4. The official seal of the Indigene Nation shall be the Seal as illustrated below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sec. 5. The official flag of the Indigene Nation shall be the flag as illustrated below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The color of the flag shall be a brilliant gold with no additional colors and made from 100% hemp fiber.  The width of the flag shall be five (5) feet; the length of the flag shall be five (5) feet (5.00 ft. x 5.00 ft.) square; the border shall be triple stitched with hemp thread matching the flag color. The Nation seal, with the outer rings and the words “Supreme Seal of the Indigene Nation Divine Federation”, shall adorn the flag with a measurement of (2) two feet (6) six inches in diameter and centered within the golden field.

 

Government for the Indigene Nation

Article II.

 

Sec. 1. This Covenant so declares that the Nation shall be formed under one order, having five distinct sections. No individual or individuals belonging to one of the following council’s; Gaurdian (Spiritual) Council, Supreme Council, Nomothetic (Legislative) Council, Steward (Judicial) Council, or Administrative Council, shall exercise any of the powers properly belonging to either of the others.

 

Gaurdian Council

Article III.

 

Sec. 1. This Covenant lends power and authority to a Gaurdian Council that is created for the Nation’s spiritual wellbeing. The general purpose and authority given to the Gaurdian Council shall be to act as spiritual overseer and protector for the Nation. The powers of the Gaurdian Council are to insure that the trust of the Affiliates lent to the government and all its officers within every branch is never breeched or lost.  It is so ordered by this Covenant that the Gaurdian Council shall maintain a perfect balance between government and Affiliates through spiritual guidance, counsel and commitment to excellence.

 

Sec. 2. It is so ordained by this Covenant that the Gaurdian Council shall consist of thirteen (13) dual member seats in joint union, each having an Indigene man and woman, to be spiritually chosen by special proclamation of the Council members and shall remain in office until such time as determined by resignation, incapacitation, death or removal of the member for good cause shown by unanimous vote of a majority of all Council members.  The members shall choose two (2) out of their number, one Indigene man and woman in joint union, to serve as senior Gaurdian’s and seat of the Council. In all matters, the Gaurdian Council shall have full power and authority to overrule any decision made by any of the Nation’s Council’s or lower agencies if such decision, precept, or act is not in spiritual harmony and agreement with this Covenant or the Nation’s mission of Uni-verse-al philanthropy.

 

Sec. 3. This Covenant shall also require that no individual except a Soveran Indigene of the land, who is a living natural descendant being of the divinely created original ancient Indigene family possessing the original germ gene and having attained the age of 35 shall be eligible to the office of the Gaurdian Council.

 

Sec. 4. This Covenant also lends to the Gaurdian Council the power to create a corporation sole for the purpose of Uni-verse-al philanthropic missions in behalf of the Nation.

 

Sec. 5. This Covenant extends its power to the Gaurdian Council to appoint a Gaurdian Prime as corporation sole, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union, who shall receive directives to establish a task force of 144 Gaurdian’s per Realm to go throughout the lands and report any activity that may become detrimental to the integrity of the way of life of the Nation.  The Gaurdian Prime is also charged with the duties of assisting in all matters of disaster relief, blight intervention, restoration of impoverished lands and Indigenes of the Nation as part of its mission of philanthropy.

 

Sec. 6. This Covenant extends its power to the Gaurdian Council to appoint a Gaurdian Prime to have full proxy power to call an emergency session of the Supreme Council for review and investigation of any violation of Nation precepts, by any steward, officer, department or council of this Nation, that is considered to have detrimental consequences to the well being of the Nation.  

 

Supreme Council

Article IV.

 

Sec. 1. This Covenant shall also require that a Supreme Council is created for the purpose of having an exclusive responsibility for overseeing the day to day management of the Nation as a whole.  The Supreme Council shall consist of nine (9) dual member seats, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union. Elders of the age of fifty five (55), as a minimum, possessing the original germ gene shall be eligible for a seat on this council.  The Council shall be equally balanced of men and women, which both shall be seated at every council meeting.  

 

Sec. 2. This Covenant shall also require that no individual shall be eligible to a seat in the Gaurdian Council or the Supreme Council but a Soveran Indigene of the land, who is a natural living DNA descendant of the divinely created original Indigene family, and an affiliate of good standing who shall have attained the age of forty five years / fifty five years at a minimum respectively.

 

Sec. 3. This Covenant shall also require that the Supreme Council shall make provisions, by precept, for establishing Realms throughout the land of the Nation.

 

Sec. 4. This Covenant shall also require that vacancies that may occur in offices, the appointment of which is vested in the Supreme Council, shall be filled by the Supreme Council during the recess of the Nomothetic Council by granting commissions which shall expire at the end of the next session thereof.

 

Sec. 5. This Covenant shall also require that all commissions shall be “In the name and by Authority of the Indigene Nation”, and be sealed with the official seal of the Nation, signed by the Supreme Council.  The Supreme Council shall make use of their private seal until a Nation seal shall be provided.

 

Sec. 6. This Covenant also lends power to the Supreme Council to have the sole power of impeachment for all acts of an officer of this Nation’s government contrary to this Covenant and/or Nation precepts.  All impeachments shall be tried by the Steward Council in special session.  When setting for that purpose, the member shall be on his/her honor and word; and no individual shall be convicted without the concurrence of two thirds of the members having based said conviction on factual evidence and first hand witness testimony.

 

Sec. 7. This Covenant shall also require that the resolutions and advice of the Supreme Council shall be recorded in a registry, and signed by the members agreeing thereto, which may be called for by any other branch of the Nomothetic Council; and any member may enter their dissent to the majority.

 

Sec. 8. This Covenant also lends power to the Supreme Council or its authority to temporarily suspend any portion of the precepts of this Nation pending correction, further review and approval of any such amended precept found not in conformity with the spirit of this Covenant.

 

Sec. 9. When the Supreme Council shall determine the expediency of appointing delegates, or other corporate agents, for the purpose of transacting business with the corporation called of the UNITED STATES or other foreign official states and government entities, the Supreme Council shall appoint and commission such delegates accordingly.  On all matters of interest, touching the rights of affiliates of the Nation, which may require the attention of the United States corporation the Supreme Council shall maintain a peaceful and minimal correspondence with its board of directors through the medium of its proper corporate officers.

 

Sec. 10. This Covenant also lends to the Supreme Council the power to create the office of Prime Minister, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union, and issue directive to the Prime Minister to conduct and manage all international affairs, issue formal declarations, enter into and negotiate all Party Nation Treaties, and form strategic alliances as the Supreme Council deems appropriate for future growth and stability.  This Covenant allows the Supreme Council the power to extend authority to the Nomothetic Council for creating other duties and responsibilities for the Office of Prime Minister that will be defined and stipulated within established Nation precepts.

 

Sec. 11. This Covenant shall also require that the Prime Minister, Assistant Prime Minister, and all lawful officers shall be liable to impeachment for misconduct detrimental to the well being of the Nation while in office.  Such party shall be liable to indictment, trial, judgment and punishment according to Nation precept.

 

Sec. 12. This Covenant also lends to the Supreme Council the power to create a Nomothetic Council for the purpose of creating precepts in behalf of the Nation. The Nomothetic Council shall consist of fifteen (15) dual member seats, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union having attained the age of 45, to be chosen by the Supreme Council at alternating intervals every nine years; the appointments to be held every nine years at such times and place as may be directed by Nation precept. This Covenant allows the Supreme Council the power to veto any precepts created by the Nomothetic Council that are not in line with this Covenant and final judgment of any matters brought before the Supreme Council.

 

Sec. 13. This Covenant shall also require that the Nomothetic Council shall regulate, by precept, by whom and in what manner, orders of appointment that shall be issued to fill vacancies in any Realm thereof.

 

Sec. 14. This Covenant shall also require that each member of the Nomothetic Council, before taking his/her seat, shall take the following oath, or affirmation.  I, A.B., do solemnly attest on my Soveran word, that I will honorably serve and uphold the precepts of this Nation, and will fully support and defend this Covenant.

 

I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely state on my Soveran word, that I will faithfully and impartially discharge and perform all duties incumbent on me as ................................................., to the best of my abilities, according to the rules and regulations of this Covenant and precepts of this Nation.

 

I, A.B., do solemnly and sincerely state on my Soveran word, that I have not obtained my appointment by bribery, threats, or any undue and unlawful means used by myself or others by my desire or approbation for that purpose; that I consider myself Covenantly qualified as a member of this Nation, and that on all questions and measures which may come before me, I will so give my vote and so conduct myself as in my Soveran judgment, shall appear most conductive to the interest and prosperity of this Nation, and I will bear true spiritual faith and honor to the same, and to the utmost of my ability and power observe, conform to, support and defend this Covenant.

 

Sec. 15. This Covenant also lends to the Nomothetic Council power to make precepts and regulations which it shall deem necessary and proper for the good of the Nation, which shall not be contrary to this Covenant.

 

Sec. 16. This Covenant shall also require that all acknowledged and ratified treaties shall be attached to and become part of the supreme precepts of the Nation. This Covenant also lends power to the Nomothetic Council to have the power of deciding on the construction of all treaty stipulations with final approval of the Prime Minister.

 

Sec. 17. This Covenant shall also extend the duty of the Nomothetic Council to pass precepts as may be necessary and proper to decide differences by arbitration, to be appointed by the parties, who may choose that summary mode of adjudication.

 

Sec. 18. This Covenant shall also require that the style of the acts of the Nomothetic Council shall be - Be it enacted by the Nomothetic Council and confirmed by the Supreme Council.

 

Sec. 19. This Covenant shall also require that every bill which shall pass all branches of the Nomothetic Council shall, before it becomes a precept, be presented to the Supreme Council; if they approve, they shall sign it; but if not, with their objections to that branch in which it may have originated, whom shall enter the objections at large on their journals and proceed to reconsider it; if, after such reconsideration, two thirds of that branch shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, together with the objections, to the other branches, it shall become precept.  If any bill shall not be returned by the Supreme Council within seven days, after the same has been presented to them, it shall be tabled until their next meeting.  No bill shall be passed into precept without full approval by the Supreme Counsel.

 

Sec. 20. This Covenant shall also require that the Nomothetic Council shall come to session semi-annually; to be convened on the first Monday in September at such place as may be designated by the Supreme Council, or, in case of emergency, by the Prime Minister.

 

Sec. 21. This Covenant also lends to the Supreme Council the power to create the Steward Powers, which shall be vested in the Steward Council. The Steward Council shall consist of eighteen (18) dual member seats, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union.  Elders of the age of fifty five (55), as a minimum, possessing the original germ gene shall be eligible for a seat on this council. The Steward Council is responsible for establishing Supreme Houses of Order worldwide and such other Tribunals and inferior Houses of Order as the Steward Council may, from time to time, ordain and establish.

 

Sec. 22. This Covenant shall also require that the Stewards of the Supreme House of Order shall hold their office for the term of twelve (12) years, however, any of them may be removed from office on the address of two thirds of each branch of the Supreme Council for willful misconduct and breach of office.  Stewards of the National and Tribunal Houses of Order shall hold office for a term of six (6) years and be held to the same conditions of removal as the Stewards of the Supreme House of Order.

 

Sec. 23. This Covenant shall also require that the Supreme House of Order shall, after the present year, hold session annually at the seat of government, to convene on the first Monday in September in each year.

 

Sec. 24.   This Covenant shall also require that no individual shall be eligible for appointment as a Steward of any of the Houses of Order until they shall have attained the age of thirty five years.

 

Sec. 25. This Covenant shall also require that the Stewards of the Supreme, National and the Tribunal Houses of Order shall be as many as it may be deemed expedient for the public good, whose powers, duties, and duration in office shall be clearly designated by Nation precept.

 

Sec. 26. This Covenant shall also require that the Stewards of the Supreme, National and Tribunal Houses of Order shall have complete jurisdiction in all cases within their respective Realms, and in such manner as may be pointed out in Nation precepts.

 

Sec. 27. This Covenant shall also require that all Stewards of the Supreme, National and Tribunal Houses of Order, or any other foreign court system in unlawful possession of a Nation Affiliate, shall accept any writ presented to it, to include: all writs of quo warranto, writs of Mandamus, and writs Prohibito without delay. A Writ of Quo Warranto shall be given as a notice of demand, issuing from a demandant and filed with any House of Order or other foreign court system who must hold a hearing within 3 days of presentment to provide physical proof of his/her presumed delegated authority to execute a claim of power or authority over the demanant before any further proceedings can be had. If the House of Order or foreign court system finds the proof insufficient, or if the House of Order or foreign court system fails to hold the hearing, the respondant shall cease to exercise any further actions or assumed power over the demandant and release said demandant immediately.

 

Sec. 28. This Covenant shall also require that no Steward shall sit on trial of any case when the parties are connected to him/her by affinity or consanguinity.  In case all the Stewards of the Supreme House of Order shall be interested in the issue of any case, or related to all or either of the parties, the Steward Council may provide, by precept, for the appointment of a suitable number of individuals of good character, standing and knowledge, for the determination thereof, and who shall be specially commissioned for the adjudication of such cases by the Steward Council.

 

Sec. 29. This Covenant also lends to the Supreme Council the power to create the Administrative Power of this Nation, which shall be vested in the Administrative Council.  The Administrative Council shall consist of 12 dual member seats, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union, who shall be appointed by the Supreme Council.  The Administrative Council shall hold office for the term of (7) seven years.

 

Sec. 30. This Covenant shall also require that no individual except a Soveran Indigene of the land, who is a living natural descendant being of the divinely created original ancient Indigene family possessing the original germ gene, shall be eligible to the office of Administrative Council; neither shall any individual be eligible to that office who shall not have attained the age of (35) thirty five years.

 

Sec. 31. This Covenant shall also require that in case of the removal of a member from the office of Administrative Council, or his/her death or resignation, or inability to discharge the powers and duties of said office, the same shall devolve on the remaining members until the disability is removed or a new member shall be elected.

 

Sec. 32. This Covenant shall also require that before the members of the Administrative Council enter into their office and seat on the Administrative Council, they shall take the following oath or affirmation:

 

I, A.B., do solemnly state on my Soveran word, that I will honorably, faithfully and impartially discharge, serve, uphold, execute and perform all the duties as an Administrative Council member of the Indigene Nation, and will fully preserve, protect, support and defend the Covenant of this Nation.

 

Sec. 33. This Covenant shall also require that the Administrative Council shall take care that the Nation precepts are faithfully executed by all members appointed under it.

 

Sec. 34. This Covenant shall also require that the Administrative Council shall have the duty to visit the different Realms at least three times each year, to inform themselves of the general condition of each Realm and of the welfare of the affiliates therein.

 

Sec. 35. This Covenant also lends to the Administrative Council the power to create the Security Power of this Nation, which shall be vested in the International Marshals Bureau High Council. The International Marshals Bureau High Council shall consist of 6 dual member seats, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union, who shall be appointed by the Administrative Council.

 

Sec. 36. This Covenant shall also require that the High Council members shall be appointed by the Administrative Council, who shall hold office for (6) six years, unless sooner removed.  Should a vacancy occur subsequent to an appointment, it shall be filled as proscribed by Nation precept.

 

Sec. 37. This Covenant shall also require that all members of each respective office shall be bound by their oath to uphold the Covenant of this Nation, and to perform the duties of their office with fidelity.

 

Sec. 38. This Covenant also lends to the Supreme Council the power to create the Treasury of this Nation, which shall be vested in the Finance Ministry.  The Finance Ministry board of directors shall consist of 9 dual member seats, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union, who shall be appointed by the Supreme Council.  The Finance Ministry board members shall hold office for the term of (6) six years. Additional duties and responsibilities of the Nation Finance Ministry board of directors shall be laid out specifically in detail in the Nation precepts.

 

Sec. 39.   This Covenant shall also require that no money shall be drawn from the Nation Treasury but by warrant from the Supreme Council.

 

Sec. 40. This Covenant shall also require that it shall be the duty of the Treasurer to receive all forms of monetary exchange, and to make a regular statement and account of the receipts and expenditures of all Nation monetary resources at the annual session of the Supreme Council.

 

Sec. 41. This Covenant also lends to the Finance Ministry power to create a Depository for the purpose of accepting all forms of monetary deposits on behalf of the Nation, hold and facilitate the exchange of securities for the Nation, clearance and settlement of Nation accounts, and security of Nation trust funds. The Nation Depository board of directors shall consist of 9 dual member seats, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union, who shall be appointed by the Supreme Council.  The Nation Depository board members shall hold office for the term of (6) six years. Additional duties and responsibilities of the Nation Depository board of directors shall be laid out specifically in detail in the Nation precepts.

 

Sec. 42. This Covenant also lends to the Finance Ministry power to create a Repository for the purpose of accepting and holding, as fiduciary, all Nation monetary gains received from the Nation Depository that are derived from all Nation products, projects, services, patents, industry, businesses, for safe keeping and equal recurring yearly distributions to all affiliate trust accounts. The Nation Repository board of directors shall consist of 9 dual member seats, which shall consist of an Indigene man and woman in joint union, who shall be appointed by the Supreme Council.  The Nation Repository board members shall hold office for the term of (6) six years. Additional duties and responsibilities of the repository board of directors shall be laid out specifically in detail in the Nation precepts.

 

Sec. 43. This Covenant shall also require that before the Realms shall be established, any appointment which may take place shall be by a general vote of the current council members for all offices to be filled.  The first appointment for the four offices of government – Supreme Council, Nomothetic Council, Steward Council, and Administrative Councils shall be held on ancient spiritual grounds in spiritual ancestral ceremony; and the term of service of all members so appointed previous to the first Monday in September 2014, shall be extended to embrace, in addition to the regular Covenantal term, the time intervening from their appointment to the first Monday in September, 2015.

 

Sec. 44. This Covenant shall also require that in all appointments by the Councils, all men and women affiliates, who have attained the age of (27) twenty seven years, shall be equally entitled to participate in all public appointments.

 

Sec. 45. The power of appointment of all officers, not otherwise directed by this Covenant, shall be vested in the Supreme Council.

 

Article V.

Nation Foundation Precepts

 

Sec. 1. This Covenant is written for and applies to all living natural descendants of the divinely created Indigene DNA family possessing the original germ gene. The “Germ Gene” is the dark dominant germ or gene currently referred to as Melanin possessing all colors stored in a single color in the creative germ of the 1 billion 8 million original Indigene Creators of Man, which is the Throne and Seat of God. Therefore, the invalid terminology of the word “race” used against our Indigene family is removed.  All natural Soveran Indigene DNA descendants, described under such terms as: African, Native American, Black American, Hawaiian, Aboriginal, Egyptian, Islanders (Jamaica, Haiti, the Indies, and all others), etc., shall be entitled to all the rights and privileges of this Nation.

 

Sec. 2. This Covenant shall also require that all writs and other processes shall be entitled “In the Name of the Indigene Nation,” and bear the official Nation Seal, the Seal of the Steward Council, and be signed by the respective clerks.

 

Sec. 3. This Covenant shall also require that indictments shall conclude with the words, “Against the Peace, Dignity and Soveranty of the Indigene Nation”.

 

Sec. 4. This Covenant shall also require that in all trespass actions the accused shall have the right of being heard; of demanding the nature and cause of the accusation; of meeting the witnesses face to face; of having compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his/her or their favor; and in prosecutions by indictment or information, a private arbitration or speedy public trial within 60 days by an impartial jury; nor shall the accused be compelled to give evidence against himself.

 

Sec. 5. This Covenant shall also require that the affiliates shall be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and possessions at all times from searches and seizure, and no warrant to search any place, or to seize any affiliate or foreign individual or thing, shall issue, without full disclosure and description of the individual or thing to be seized, nor without verifiable good cause, supported by oath and declaration with evidence of a trespass in support thereof.

 

Sec. 6. This Covenant shall also require that all affiliates and foreign individuals shall be allowed bond by sufficient securities, except where the certified proof is evident of an actual offense.

 

Sec. 7.   This Covenant shall also require that no affiliate of the Nation or foreign individual shall be held against their will to answer for any alleged trespass without their express consent; however, such individual may be required to remain within the geographical boundaries of the Realm where the trespass occurred until such time as a final decision can be determined in the case.

 

Sec. 8. This Covenant shall also require that any foreign individual who has been accused of a trespass against a member of the Nation, and the requirements under precept have been met giving authority for their detention, shall be held in safe keeping by the International Marshals Bureau until such time as a final decision can be determined in the case.

 

Sec. 9. This Covenant shall also require that no affiliate or foreign individual shall, for the same offense, be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb under any circumstances; nor shall the property of any individual be taken without just and fair compensation based on the current rate for said property.

 

Sec. 10. This Covenant shall also require that the right to trial by peers shall remain non-violate, and every affiliate and foreign individual, for injuries sustained by such individual, their property or reputation, shall have remedy by due process of precept.

 

Sec. 11. This Covenant shall also require that if the decision of the Supreme House of Order is in favor of the accused and it be found that the accuser has, by factual evidence, made false accusation against the accused; then the punishment that would have been pronounced on the alleged accused based on the trespass in question shall be placed on said accuser as if they had committed the trespass.

 

Sec. 12. This Covenant shall also require that anyone of competent knowledge who has been selected by a member of the Nation or foreign individual to represent said member or individual in one of the Houses of Order may do so; provided such consent can be expressly given in open House of Order before a Steward.  Anyone who stands in for another in any of the Houses of Order as a legal representative who willfully gives false or misleading information, testimony, evidence or instructs the same to be given by another; the punishment that would have been pronounced on the alleged accused based on the trespass in question shall be placed on said representative who issued false and misleading information, testimony, evidence as if they had committed the trespass.

 

Sec. 13.   This Covenant shall also require that no affiliate or foreign individual shall be deprived of the right to have full access to all material, equipment, supplies, machinery, and council of choice in order that they may fully prepare to defend themselves against any accusation pending against them regardless if they are being held in a Nation detention center or not.

 

Sec. 14. This Covenant shall also require that every affiliate or foreign individual will have full right to a just and speedy trial by their peers within forty five (45) days of their detainment.

 

Sec. 15. This Covenant shall also require that every precept created hereafter in addition to these foundational precepts be officially set forth and housed in the Nomothetic Hall of Records.

 

Sec. 16. This Covenant shall also require that the free exercise of spiritual worship, and serving the Creators without distinction, shall forever be enjoyed within the Nation; provided that this liberty of conscience shall not be so constructed as to excuse acts of licentiousness, or justify practices inconsistent with the peace or safety of the way of life of this Nation.

 

Sec. 17. This Covenant shall also require that seeking spiritual enlightenment, morality and knowledge being necessary to good government, the preservation of liberty and the happiness of man and woman, schools and the means of education shall forever be encouraged in this Nation.

 

Sec. 18. This Covenant shall also require that the Supreme Council may propose such amendments, as a positive addition to the overall good of the affiliates of the Nation and never removing a single word or letter presently a part hereof, to this Covenant as two thirds of each branch may deem expedient, and the Supreme Council shall issue a proclamation to that affect directing all House of Order officers of the several Realms to display the same as extensively as possible within their respective Realms at least seven months prior to the next general appointment sessions.  And if, at the first session of the Legislative Council, after such general session, two thirds of each branch shall, by yay and nay, ratify such proposed amendment, they shall be valid to all intents and purposes, as part of this Covenant; provided that such proposed amendments shall be read on three separate days before the affiliates in each Realm, as well when the same are proposed, as when they are ratified.

 

Done before and in honored presents of the family of Indigene’s in the first session of the Supreme Council in Amerrique Territory. In Divine Union by the hand on the land of Our will We leave Our testament by Our original autographs and seals of essence.

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