Thursday, December 25, 2014

The Constitution of No Constitution: Part VI - The Orbit

Not everything in this section is actually Orbital - some is Nuclear but I suppose organizing it better is proving daunting at the moment, so please forgive my failures and be aware.

The Orbit

  • Section I: Principles
  • Judicial
  • Executive
  • Legislative
  • Section II: Contractual Rights (AKA Privileges such as voting)
  • Section III: Structure of Governing Bodies
  • Faith to Principle
  • Faith to the Public Trust 
  • The Sworn Oath
  • Structure 
  • Judicial
  • Executive
  • Legislative
  • Enumeration of powers
  • Judicial
  • Executive
  • Legislative
  • Section IV: Enumeration of powers
  • Judicial  
  • Executive
  • Legislative 
  • Section V: Procedures
  • Judicial
  • Executive
  • Legislative

  • Section VI: Orbital Law
  • Corporate law

Government structure and powers
Environment - effect of activity on the Commons

  • governance functions may be brought to bear only upon those who have violated the Immutable Law of the Land (what about the accused?)
  • -due process
  • Grand juries
  • Sheriffs 

Within the Nucleus shall be contained Articles delineating, defining, enumerating and addressing the following:

  • The body of definitions of terms as they shall apply to the provisions of this Constitution.
  • The Principles upon which the Immutable Law of the Land shall be based
  • The whole of the body of the Immutable Law of the Land
  • Specifications of the whole of the structures, mechanisms, and granted powers of government

INTPERPRETATION – principle – always broadest for ind. Rights and narrowest for governance.

No governance as career
No elected official may hold office more than two terms.
No appointed official may hold office more than two terms.
No hired agent may hold position more than 10 years.


These, the Axioms, derive naturally, obviously, and directly from the maxims set forth by the Cardinal Principles and as such constitute the remainder of the foundation upon the Immutable Law of the Land is written.

The Principle of Precedence

The principle states:

The Principle of Interpretation of Law

The principle states:

In any case where conflict arises between Principle and Law, and in all cases of the interpretation of Law, that resolution shall be deemed proper which ensures and protects the broadest latitude to the Individual and the tightest stricture upon governance.

The Principle of Equality

The Principle States:

All Individuals are genetically and morally identical ad absolutum insofar as concerns their relationship to the Law.


  • “State2” refers to definition 2 of “State”.
  • “State2,3” refers to definitions 2 and 3
  • “State” refers to all definitions or the sole def.

The Principle of Nullification

The Principle States:

Any Orbital law standing in violation of Nuclear Principle or Law is null, void, and absent of any valid force whatsoever.  Therefore, all Individuals rest in the center of their Rigths to declare such law null, void, without effect, and to ignore its false mandates.

This goes under Law, Operations
Any government or corporate entity including all subsumed entities, outside agencies, agents, employees, or representatives of those entities of any sort whatsoever that enforces or attempts to enforce such mechanisms shall be guilty of a Crime in the First Degree.

The Principle of Criminal Debt

The Principle States:
Criminal debt is that obligation or set of obligations incurred by an Individual who commits a crime against the lives and property of another Individual.  Such debts are formulated in Law.

Operations of Law


Governmental Powers and the Limitations thereof

Enumerations of the Immutable Law of the Land

The Supreme and Immutable Law of the Land shall be based upon the Primary Principle and all Principles and Rights that follow there from. Upon this foundation shall be built the Enumerated Body of the Immutable Law of the Land by which all Individuals must abide.
The Law

Herein shall be contained the Body of the Immutable Law of the Land.

Section I. Individuals

No Individual may initiate force against another Individual of Legal Age for any reason except as follows:

  • In defense of self from harm.
  • In defense of another Individual group thereof.

Pre-emptive initiation of force against an Individual or group thereof may constitute an act of defense in cases where there is reason to believe that someone is about to initiate force in violation of Law.
Parents may initiate force against their Children and Guardians against their Wards to the extent that???
Section II. Government

  1. No government bureau, office, officer, employee, or other agent retained by any means or for any purpose whatsoever related to government business, may initiate force against an Individual except in the following cases:

  • An Individual is in the act of violating the Law
  • An Individual has been directly witnessed to have committed such a violation by another individual
  • A violation of the Law is apparently imminent
  • A legitimately issued Warrant has been duly served in accordance with the Law.

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