Wednesday, September 5, 2018

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The Constitution for America

Preamble

     We, the people of America, choose to establish a framework for a national government that will most likely ensure our safety and happiness. We are determined to continue our founding principles garnered from the omnipotence of the people in the pursuit of happiness. We want to institute a responsive government and construct an enterprise to manage services that are necessary and proper for a civilized society. We intend to promote the general welfare of the people and secure the blessings of liberty. We want to delegate authority for public service, enable a process for the administration of prudent justice, continue domestic tranquility, implement an effective strategy for the defense of our nation against all enemies, deploy assets and armed personnel to the secure the border, and provide a desirable inheritance for our posterity.

     We were a nation of settlers destined by Divine Providence in the name of the Most Holy and undivided Trinity. Settlers were granted privileges and immunities to colonize America and procure the resources on land claimed as a possession of a foreign power. Descendants of those settlers dismissed a usurper and proclaimed an end to subjugation to government with the Declaration of Independence. Claims to our land were resolved by treaty or extinguished pursuant to the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God in the jurisdiction of the Supreme Judge of the world. We established a nation with a congregation of His people and secured a border to outline the jurisdiction of our independence. We consented to a confederacy ratified by the legislatures of a union of states and adopted by a continental congress of delegates assembled to represent the people living in those states united for the common good. All persons that resided in any of the states united under the laws of the confederacy and derived protection from those laws was a citizen of the state in which they resided. We withdrew our consent for the Articles of Confederation and perpetual Union between the States of New-hampshire, Massachusetts-bay, Rhodeisland and Providence Plantations, Connecticut, New-York, New-Jersey, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, North-Carolina, South-Carolina, and Georgia during our unhappiness.
     
     We consented to the ordination of the Constitution for the United States of America to repeal confederate law and establish the supreme law of the land. We delegated limited power to the federal government, subjugated all state governments to our supreme law, assumed dominion over domestic nations, and guaranteed every state in the union a republican form of government. We required servants of the sovereign to be bound by oath or affirmation to support our constitutional law and defend it against all foreign and domestic enemies. The president of the United States of America was vested with executive power. Barring a veto by the president, federal legislation promulgated by the Congress of the United States of America was enacted into federal law by the president. Confederate law, federal law, or any other law enacted within the jurisdiction of our sovereignty was subordinate to law we constituted for our pursuit of happiness and the benefit of our posterity.

     We consented to several amendments to the Constitution initiated through a bureaucratic process we delegated to our public servants. Among those amendments was a proffer of citizenship to inhabitants unable to lawfully claim the rights, privileges, and immunities available to members of the congregation of sovereign people that originated the supreme law of the land. A person born or naturalized in the United States of America was a citizen of the United States and a citizen of the state of residence while subject to the jurisdiction of the sovereign people of America. The status of a citizen of the United States and a citizen of a state was mutually inclusive. Immutable sovereignty was the footing for the foundation of a representative democracy after an endowment of life and liberty from the Creator. The status of a U.S. citizen and a citizen of a state in which they reside was transient. Transient citizenship facilitated the pursuit of happiness. Naturalized citizens were able claim the inherent privileges and immunities afforded to constituents of the community of sovereign people with the exception of eligibility to assume the Office of the President of the United States of America.
     
     We retained the national elective franchise as a prerogative to be exercised at will. The presidential general election was a mutually exclusive polling event that occurred on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in the month of November. The national election was a quadrennial occurrence accessible to U.S. citizens and citizens of the various states registered to vote in one of those states. The polling results of ballots cast by U.S. citizens in each state were transmitted to the federal government by state election officials pursuant to federal law. The federal government tabulated the presidential general election data and published the final results to name the next president. Simultaneously, ballots were cast by citizens of the states to nominate a slate of Electors identified as having a preference for a candidate for the Office of the President of the United States. Electors, subject to the jurisdiction of the state of their residence, cast paper ballots subsequent to the presidential general election pursuant to state law. Pledged and faithless ballots were cast by the Electors and transported to the federal government. Faithless votes were ballots cast contrary to a pledged preference for a candidate. The sitting vice president of the United States, in his capacity as the President of the U.S. Senate, read the votes cast by the Electors aloud before a joint session of the U.S. Congress. The members of the U.S. Congress retired to their separate chambers to legislate federal law naming the next president. The sitting president of the United States enacted the legislation into federal law. Any antagonism toward the will of the people was a transgression upon our independence. Federal law contrary to constitutional law was voided.
     
     We articulated incontrovertible law in the jurisdiction of our sovereign nation demarcated by a secured border. The citizens of the United States voted in the Presidential General Election of 2000 on November 7, 2000. Public officers in the various states transmitted the results of the national election to the federal government. The citizens of the United States decided Vice President Albert Arnold Gore, Jr. would be the next president of the United States of America to be sworn into office on January 20, 2001. Members of the U.S. Congress gathered in the United States House of Representatives chamber on January 6, 2001 to hear a reading of the pledged and faithless votes cast by the Electors from the various states. The votes by the Electors were read aloud by Vice President Gore, President of the U.S. Senate, before a joint session of the U.S. Congress. The members of the U.S. Congress retired to their separate chambers and passed federal legislation naming Texas Governor George Walker Bush as the next president of the United States of America to be inaugurated on January 20, 2001. Federal law naming Governor Bush as the next president of the United States to be inaugurated on January 20, 2001 was enacted on January 17, 2001 by President William Jefferson Clinton. The guarantee of a republican form of government to every state in the union was voided after Chief Justice William Rehnquist administered the oath of office at 12:01 p.m. to George Walker Bush on January 20, 2001. A conspiracy to violate the will of the people of the United States vacated the authority delegated to the federal government pursuant to the Constitution for the United States of America on January 20, 2001. The legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the federal government were not authorized to transfer executive power to a person not elected by the people in the exercise of the national elective franchise. Any act by the federal government repugnant to the will of the people is a trespass upon the sovereignty of America. The Constitution for the United States of America and laws subordinate to the Constitution were voided upon the usurpation of the Office of the President of the United States on January 20, 2001.

     We recognize the need for profound structural, institutional, and political reform. Government derives just power from the consent of the governed. Government is instituted to promote the welfare of the people and should be administered for the attainment of that goal. Administrative procedures and review are for public servants with delegated authority. Our rights, among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, are inalienable in the jurisdiction of our sovereign nation. Our privileges and immunities are self-evident in the jurisdiction of our homeland under America's founding principle of heredity succession. The jurisdiction of our ancestral homeland is demarcated with a secured border and defended with the blood and treasure of patriots. We are the arbiter of law in our sovereign nation. Our will is unimpeachable by any government, servant of the sovereign, or the descendants of those in service to the sovereign. We, the people of America, alter or abolish the supreme law of the land at will. Any law is subject to alteration or abandonment during our unhappiness. We want to facilitate a process for justice, maintain domestic tranquility, implement a strategic defense of our nation, and secure the blessings of liberty for ourselves and our posterity. We choose to ordain and establish this constitution for our benefit and the benefit of our heirs.
 
Article I: The National Government for America

1. Sovereignty is an immutable endowment from the Creator to the people.
2. The people are independent of any government.
3. The jurisdiction of our sovereignty is demarcated with a border established and defended by the people with a vested interest in the maintenance of America's independence.
4. Inalienable rights, among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, are an endowment from the Creator to the people and subject to the jurisdiction of America.
5. A person born in America, unencumbered by fealty to a domestic nation or a foreign power, and entitled to a natural inheritance of a vested interest in the maintenance of the jurisdiction of the sovereign nation of America is a constituent of the sovereign of America; provided the person is neither a servant of the sovereign of America nor a descendant of a servant of the sovereign of America.
6. The age of majority for a person is the time a person is alive and eighteen years have passed since the date of birth.
7. A person born outside the territorial limits of America, unencumbered by fealty to a domestic nation or a foreign power, and entitled to a natural inheritance of a vested interest in the maintenance of the jurisdiction of the sovereign nation of America is a constituent of the sovereign of America; provided the person has established residency in America before six months have passed since the beginning of the age of majority and is neither a servant of the sovereign nor a descendant of a servant of the sovereign.
8. The sovereign of America is comprised of constituents of the sovereign.
9. The sovereign of America originates, alters, or abolishes the supreme law of the land at will.
10. Defiance of the supreme law of the land is punishable by expulsion from America and confiscation of the deviant's assets accumulated while trespassing on America's sovereignty.
11. The sovereign ordains and establishes this constitution to facilitate a process for justice, ensure domestic tranquility, engage in international relations, strategically defend our border, maintain combat ready personnel and assets to defeat threats to our liberty, and delegate authority to a national government named the National Government for America for the constituents of the sovereign and their heirs.
12. The sovereign declares this constitution is named the Constitution for America.
13. The Constitution for America is the supreme law of the land.
14. The power delegated from the sovereign to the National Government for America is limited and allocated coextensively to the Executive Department, the Legislative Department, and the Judicial Department.

Article II: Citizenship

1. Citizenship and allegiance are mutable.
2. A constituent of the sovereign of America committed to the preservation of America as a sovereign nation has sole allegiance to America. 
3. A constituent of the sovereign with sole allegiance to America is a citizen of America.
4. A declaration before an officer of the National Government for America that citizenship or allegiance has been voluntarily terminated shall not be required, but will serve as evidence of voluntary termination of citizenship and sole allegiance to America.
5. A citizen voluntarily terminates citizenship and sole allegiance to America at a time of a conspiracy to defy the supreme law of the land.
6. A constituent of the sovereign is a national upon the voluntarily termination of citizenship; provided a declaration of intent to faithfully serve the sovereign without conspiracy to defy the supreme law of the land has been accepted by an officer of the National Government for America.
7. A resident is a person residing in America that is not a citizen or a national.
8. A resident is subject to deportation from the territorial limits of America, whereby deportation proceedings shall be temporarily suspended after a declaration of intent to faithfully serve the sovereign without conspiracy to defy the supreme law of the land has been accepted by an officer of the National Government for America.
9. A resident will be deported from the territorial limits of America after a writ of deportation has been executed by an officer of the National Government for America.
10. Public service, except military service, shall be restricted to citizens.
11. Military service shall be restricted to citizens, nationals, and residents, whereby a resident's authorization to serve in the military shall be vacated after a writ of deportation has been executed by an officer of the National Government for America.
12. Officers serving in the military shall be restricted to citizens.

Article III: Executive Authority

1. Executive authority is delegated to the Executive Officer of the National Government for America.
2. The Executive Officer represents the people of America and manages the Executive Department.
3. Officers and other persons employed by the people of America to serve in the National Government for America shall, before they enter upon official duties, communicate and subscribe to this statement, "It is a privilege to support, protect, and defend the Constitution for America against all foreign and domestic enemies. I will faithfully discharge the duties of my position in the National Government for America according to the best of my ability. I am a citizen of America and will vacate my position in the National Government for America upon the termination of my citizenship. I have neither accepted nor received, directly or indirectly, anything of value from any person, group, corporation, or government to perform an official act. I will strive to fulfill the will of the people of America. I will serve the people of America without hesitation until consent for my service is withdrawn. So help me, God."
4. Officers and other persons employed to serve in the National Government of America will be authorized to perform duties upon acceptance of the employee's statement of support, protection, and defense of the Constitution for America by the Executive Officer or a designee of the Executive Officer.
5. The Executive Department will archive laws enacted and facts established by the National Government for America to serve as evidence of laws and facts.
6. Any person employed to serve in the National Government for America in violation of a commitment to faithfully discharge the duties set forth herein and the laws thereof shall immediately forfeit authorization to serve the people of America in the National Government for America.
7. Any person sworn to support the Constitution for the United States of America is disqualified from holding any office of profit or trust in the National Government for America.
8. A person in default as a collector, custodian of public money or property, or a proprietor of public service under the authority of the Constitution for the United States of America or the subordinate laws thereof is disqualified from holding any office of profit or trust in the National Government for America.
9. The Executive Officer will delegate authority to subservient executive officers of the Executive Department and take care that the laws are enforced and the affairs of the National Government for America are efficiently and economically processed to benefit the people of America.
10. The Executive Officer shall communicate the current condition of the nation and recommend actions that require legislative attention annually or at other times upon request by a legislative officer serving in the National Government for America.
11. The Executive Officer will consult with the legislature on a budget bill.
12. The Executive Officer shall communicate an itemized budget of the financial requirements of all committees, departments, and agencies of the National Government for America at or near the commencement of each legislative session.
13. The Executive Officer will convene the legislature by proclamation on extraordinary occasions, whereby the purpose will be stated in the proclamation and the legislature will convene for that purpose only. 
14. The Executive Officer will appoint citizens to vacant offices in the National Government for America as set forth herein and the laws thereof.
15. Officers serving in the Executive Department shall be subject to termination of appointment by executive order of the Executive Officer.
16. The Executive Officer will serve as Commander of the Armed Services.
17. The Executive Officer will have the power to grant respites, reprieves, pardons, or commutations in all cases of conviction for offenses against the laws of this nation.
18. Every resolution presented by the legislature to the Executive Officer for review will be enacted into federal law after ten calendar days have passed since presentment to the Executive Officer provided the resolution has not been vetoed by the Executive Officer.
19. The Executive Officer will return a vetoed resolution with objections attached to the Legislative Department.

Article IV: Legislative Authority

1. Legislative authority is delegated to the Legislative Department which will be managed by the Legislative Officer of the National Government for America, whereby the Legislative Department will be comprised of twenty, nonpartisan citizens appointed by the Executive Officer.
2. Officers serving in the Legislative Department will be subject to termination of appointment by executive order of the Executive Officer.
3. Regular sessions of the Legislative Department will be held annually commencing in the morning on the first Wednesday after the first Monday in January of each year.
4. The proceedings of the Legislative Department shall be open to the public except when the business ought to be kept secret upon a recommendation of the Legislative Officer and an affirmative vote by three-fifths of those serving in the Legislative Department.
5. The style of all resolutions will be, "On behalf of the people of America, the Legislative Department presents this resolution for enactment into federal law."
6. A resolution in the Legislative Department shall be passed by an affirmative vote of a majority with the voting results entered into the legislative record.
7. The Executive Officer will vote on any resolution before the Legislative Department provided the Legislative Officer submitted a request for the Executive Officer to break a tie when the Legislative Department is equally divided on the resolution.
8. An affirmative vote on any resolution by the Executive Officer and the signature of the Executive Officer upon any resolution subsequent to a written request by the Legislative Officer will enact the resolution into federal law without review, whereby a vote against the resolution by the Executive Officer shall be a failure to pass the resolution.
9. Resolutions passed by the Legislative Department shall be signed by those voting affirmatively for the resolution and before presentment to the Executive Officer for a veto.
10. Every resolution passed by the Legislative Department without a signature by the Executive Officer shall be archived in the legislative record and presented to the Executive Officer for a veto, whereby a failure to veto the resolution shall enact the resolution into federal law.
11. The Legislative Officer will enter the objections of the Executive Officer causing a veto of a resolution into the legislative record, whereby the Legislative Department will reconsider the resolution or archive the resolution in the legislative record as a failure to pass.
12. No appropriations shall be made in excess of the recommendation contained in the budget unless it is approved by four-fifths of those serving in the Legislative Department.
13. No person serving on the Legislative Department will have a conflict of interest in any contract executed or grant let by the National Government for America, whereby a conflict of interest with any person serving in the Legislative Department shall void the executed contract or grant let by the National Government for America 
14. The rules of the proceedings of the Legislative Department will be developed by resolution passed by a majority of those serving in the Legislative Department and subject to review by the Executive Officer.
15. Sixteen citizens serving in the Legislative Department shall constitute a quorum to do the people's business, whereby the Legislative Officer may order the attendance of citizens serving in the Legislative Department upon pain of expulsion from public service in the National Government for America.
16. The Legislative Department will debate and pass resolutions for public schools, international agreements, commerce, bankruptcies, and the American dollar as currency backed by two or more, proportionally weighted, valued commodities. 
17. The Legislative Department will debate and pass resolutions for the electronic interchange of financial transactions, whereby the American dollar is used to identify the value of the transaction.
18. The Legislative Department will debate and pass resolutions for the standard of weights and measures, copyrights, registered trademarks, and patents.
19. The Legislative Department will debate and pass resolutions for the acquisition and maintenance of an area within America to be designated the seat of the National Government for America that shall not exceed ten miles square.
20. The Legislative Department will debate and pass resolutions for the development and maintenance of military bases, forward operating bases, airfields, arsenals, docks, shipyards and other needful assets for a functioning and efficient armed service of the National Government for America.
21. The Legislative Department will debate and pass a resolution to divide the nation into five, contiguous regions and maintain an equal distribution of the population of citizens in each of the five regions to establish regional governments subservient to the National Government for America.
22. The Legislative Department will debate and pass resolutions necessary and proper for executing the provisions of the National Government for America to ensure a functional, responsive government for the benefit of the citizens of America.
23. The papers, electronic records, notes, or recordings of all those serving in the Legislative Department will be published and archived by the National Government for America with all rights reserved by the citizens of America.

Article V: Judicial Authority

1. Judicial authority is delegated to the Judicial Department which will be managed by the Justice of the Nonpareil Court of the National Government for America, hereinafter referred to as the Justice of the Nonpareil Court.
2. The Judicial Department will consist of one Justice of the Nonpareil Court, nine Judges of the Nonpareil Court, and support personnel as provided by federal law, whereby each officer of the Judicial Department shall be a citizen appointed by the Executive Officer with the advice and consent of the Legislative Department.
3. The Justice of the Nonpareil Court will preside over administrative functions of the Judicial Department and proceedings before the court.
4. The Judicial Department will administer tribunals for one Nonpareil Court, five Appellate Courts inferior to the Nonpareil Court, and other courts inferior to the Appellate Courts throughout America, whereby the Executive Officer will appoint judges to each of the Appellate Courts and other courts throughout America with the advice and consent of the Legislative Department.
5. The judicial power shall extend to all cases in law and equity arising under the Constitution for America, the laws promulgated by the National Government for America, and treaties made with foreign or domestic nations.
6. The judicial power shall extend to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers, and consuls representing the interest of the people of America.
7. The judicial power shall extend to all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction.
8. The judicial power shall extend to all controversies which names the National Government for America as a party, a region of America as party, and a citizen, national, or resident against a foreign nation, foreign citizen, subject, or domestic nation as parties.
9. The judicial power shall not extend to any suit in law or equity, commenced or prosecuted against the National Government of America, a citizen, or national by person residing in a foreign nation or a foreign nation.
10. A quorum of five judges serving in the Judicial Department, randomly selected, will have authority to answer a question before the Nonpareil Court and publish an opinion until consent for the Judicial Department to function as a service for the benefit of the sovereign is withdrawn.
11. The several judges of the inferior courts will have jurisdiction in court and at chambers.
12. All process shall run in the name of "The people of America" and all prosecutions shall be carried on in the name of "The people of America" until consent for process and prosecution on behalf of the sovereign of America is withdrawn.
13. The Nonpareil Court shall regulate the qualifications of citizens offering to practice as a legal representative in any court in America and bar noncitizens from practicing as a legal representative in any court in America.
14. The sovereign of America and no other will enjoy absolute immunity.
15. Any judge of any court may be removed from office, disciplined, or suspended without pay for a definite period of time not to exceed one year for failure to perform assigned duties, conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice, not maintaining citizenship status, or any other disability which compromises the integrity of the court by executive order of the Executive Officer pursuant to the advice and consent of the Legislative Department.
16. Legal opinion attempting to define the terms or interpret the meaning of the Constitution for America or any law promulgated by the sovereign beyond the plain language of the law is not authorized and shall be vacated.
17. The copyright of the published opinions, rulings, orders, transcriptions, research reports, notes, documents, or any other communication produced in any court will be the property of the citizens of America and archived by the National Government for America.

Article VI: Representative Form of Government

1. No law making any grant of privilege or immunity for public service will be valid.
2. The acquisition, possession, and transfer of ownership of real estate will be regulated by law.
3. The acquisition, possession, or transfer of ownership of real estate by a citizen in the age of majority to a citizen in the age of majority will not be denied without due process.
4. The National Government for America will neither interpret the meaning nor define the terms of the supreme law of the land beyond the plain language of the law.
5. The National Government for America will not deprive a citizen in the age of majority of the right to purchase, manufacture, or store firearms without due process.
6. The National Government for America will not deprive a citizen in the age of majority of the right to purchase, manufacture, or store ammunition for firearms without due process.
7. The National Government for America will not subject a citizen to unreasonable searches and seizures.
8. The National Government for America will not deny a citizen in the age of majority a labor license, a professional license, a business license, or an incorporation license without due process.
9. The enumeration of the rights of a citizen in the Constitution for America will not be construed to deny or disparage other rights endowed by the Creator to the citizens of America.
10. The National Government for America will guarantee the citizens of America a representative form of government and endeavor to preserve the sovereignty of America in the jurisdiction demarcated by a secured border.

Article VII: Elections

1. Citizens have the power of initiative to propose laws or changes to any law, appropriation, order, or ruling promulgated by the National Government for America through the exercise of the national elective franchise.
2. Every citizen in the age of majority sixty calendar days prior to a national election shall be eligible to be an elector in the national elective franchise.
3. Any person abstaining or prevented from voting in a national election shall not be counted as a vote in the national elective franchise.
4. Elections will be free, accessible, and restricted to citizens in the age of majority.
5. English is the official language of America.
6. Ballot instructions and questions will be published in the official language of America with reasonable accommodations made for citizens with remarkable challenges to encourage full participation by all eligible citizens.
7. Ballot instructions and questions shall be printed on paper and distributed to each elector for answers marked with an indelible ink pen.
8. Ballots will be distributed by executive order issued by the Executive Department.
9. Ballots will be cast in secret with each citizen enjoying immunity for casting a ballot.
10. Elections will be held on the first Saturday through the following Friday, except Sunday, in the month of November, unless an initiative to propose law or change any law identifies a different date, provided the voting occurs over a six day period of time exclusive of Sunday.
11. Ballots will be counted by the Executive Department.
12. The Executive Department will certify, publish, and archive the results of the national elective franchise; provided the national elective franchise is free of conspiracy to trespass on the sovereignty of America.
13. The result of a national elective franchise will be the supreme law of the land as determined by the largest number of votes by a majority of the citizens provided more than fifty million votes are certified by the Executive Department.

Article VIII: Revenue

1. The Legislative Department will debate and pass resolutions to regulate a national sales tax at a tax-exclusive rate of three percent on the market value of a transfer of ownership of a product or of a service provided with the proceeds to fund operations of the National Government for America.
2. Taxes shall be levied on the valuation of the product or service provided uniformly and proportionately.
3. A Tax Commissioner shall be appointed by the Executive Officer with the advice and consent of the Legislative Department.
4. The Tax Commissioner will have jurisdiction over the administration of the revenue laws of the nation.
5. The Tax Equalization and Review Commission will be established by law, whereby the Executive Officer will appoint five citizens with the advice and consent of the Legislative Department to vote on matters before the commission.
6. The Legislative Department will appropriate funds for the costs of establishing and maintaining the collection of taxes.
7. The Legislative Department will authorize and regulate any tax to fund the National Government for America with an affirmative vote of four-fifths of those serving in the Legislative Department and subject to veto by the Executive Officer.

Article IX: Appropriations

1. The Legislative Department will debate and pass resolutions for appropriations to pay the expenses of the National Government for America subject to veto by the Executive Officer.
2. Appropriations for deficiencies will require all of those serving in the Legislative Department to affirmatively vote to increase or maintain those deficiencies, except by executive order by the Executive Officer.
3. Resolutions by the Legislative Department making appropriations for the salaries and benefits of the officers of the National Government for America will not include provisions on any other subject, whereby the salary and benefits of the Executive Officer will not be less than any officer serving in the National Government for America.
4. No allowance will be made for the incidental expenses of any government officer except those allowances made by general appropriation and upon an account specifying each item, except by executive order by the Executive Officer.
5. No money shall be drawn from the treasury except in pursuance of a specific appropriation made by law and on the presentation of a warrant issued, except by executive order by the Executive Officer.
6. No money will be diverted from any appropriation made for any purpose or taken from any fund identified in the appropriation law, except by executive order by the Executive Officer.
7. The Legislative Department will make appropriations for the expenses of military forces to secure the border and facilitate the deportation of trespassers.
8. The Legislative Department will make appropriations for the expenses of processing of the natural resources of America in an efficient and economical manner.
9. The natural resources of America will not be sold, depleted, or pledged as collateral without a provision made by law that will benefit the people of America.
10. Land within America or near the coast of America shall not be leased, transferred, gifted, or sold to any non-citizen, corporation, or government other than the National Government for America.

Article X: Banking

1. The American Bank will be established by law and domiciled in the seat of the National Government for America to carry out currency and monetary control of the American dollar and ensure smooth settlement of funds among banks and other financial institutions contributing to the maintenance of stability of the financial system.
2. The National Banking Commission will be established by law, whereby the Executive Officer will appoint one citizen to chair the National Banking Commission and four citizens to serve as members of the commission with the advice and consent of the Legislative Department.
3. The powers and duties of the National Banking Commission will include the regulation for the servicing of financial transactions, consumer liability for financial transactions, financial transaction error resolution, record retention, the general control of credit and debit financial transactions, and the supervision of each bank in America.
4. The National Banking Commission will have the authority to adopt and revise a comprehensive national plan for banking and loan services which will include definitions of the role and mission of each bank in America, general assignments of the role and mission of each bank in America, and plans for banking facilities which will utilize the comprehensive national plan for banking and loan services.
5. The National Banking Commission will have authority to review, monitor, and approve or cancel bank programs and capital construction projects which utilize tax funds designated by the Legislative Department to provide compliance and consistency with the comprehensive plan and prevent unnecessary duplication.
6. The National Banking Commission will have authority to review and modify the budget requests of any board established for banks in America or any other governing board for any other banking institution which may be established by the Legislative Department to promote compliance and consistency with the comprehensive national plan.
7. The National Banking Commission will regulate the capital requirements of any financial institution in America to achieve a capital-to-risk weighted assets ratio established by federal law.

Article XI: The Supreme Law of the Land

1. Government derives just power from the consent of the governed.
2. Whenever any act of government becomes destructive to the welfare of the people, it is the duty of the constituents of the sovereign to alter or abolish the supreme law of the land by any means necessary.
3. The arbiter of the supreme law of the land will be the constituents of the sovereign of America.
4. The Constitution for the United States of America was vacated with the inauguration of an ineligible president of the United States and assumption of the Office of the President of the United States of America on January 20, 2001 by President George Walker Bush in violation of the supreme law of the land ordained and established by the people.
5. The laws, regulations, precedent, and any other promulgation of authority pursuant to the Constitution for the United States of America and the laws thereof were vacated upon a violation of the supreme law of the land on January 20, 2001.
6. A decree by the sovereign is the supreme law of the land and shall not be denied by servants of the sovereign or the heirs of those serving the sovereign.
7. A decree by the sovereign shall not be interpreted by servants of the sovereign or the heirs of servants of the sovereign beyond the plain language of the supreme law of the land.
7. Defiance of the supreme law of the land by officers of the National Government for America withdraws the people's consent for the deviants to continue as public servants.
9. This decree will be the supreme law of the nation and the laws, regulations, agreements, rulings, or any other promulgation of law enacted by the National Government for America will be the federal laws of America.
10. The federal laws of the National Government for America are subservient to this decree.
11. The Constitution for America is subservient to the will of the people as established by the citizens of America pursuant to the national elective franchise.
12. The consent of the constituents of the sovereign of America shall be sufficient to ordain and establish this decree as the supreme law of the land in the jurisdiction of the country named America, on the continent named North America, in the hemispheres named the Northern Hemisphere and the Western Hemisphere of the planet Earth, orbiting the Sun, in the galaxy named the Milky Way Galaxy, and subject to the jurisdiction of the Sovereign Lord of grace over His creation, whereby Sven Magnussen will serve as the Executive Officer until consent for public service by Sven Magnussen is withdrawn by the constituents of the sovereign of America pursuant to the national elective franchise.

IN FAITH WHEREOF, the undersigned has placed his signature at the end of the Constitution for America to publish this decree and bind the people of America pursuant to the enumeration of the articles constituted herein on the fifth day of September in the year of our Lord Jesus Christ two thousand and eighteen.

/s/ Sven Magnussen