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Friday, November 03, 2006

New Constitution: Establishing Inherent Citizen, State Powers

This is how a New Constitution might be structured to remedy the defects highlighted since 2001.

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[May be revised without notice]

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US government officials illegally agreed to an unlawful rebellion against the Constitution, never expecting any lawful sanction, rebuke, or prosecution. The system failed because the citizenry was induced to accept it had no option.

The failure of governance under the Republicans shows fundamental flaws with the systems of checks and balances. A New Constitution should remind the citizenry of their lawful powers they may assert to check the government when the system of checks and balances fails.

If you have a credible, lawful alternative to protect the Constitution we have now, feel free to discuss your solutions with your friends.

Notice: This is for discussion purposes only. This does not advocate violently overthrowing the government; only that we discuss what lawful options, powers, and rights the Citizenry should have protected in a New Constitution to ensure the Constitution is protected when Government fails to do so. Do not take any action to violently overthrow the government. It is illegal.


Ref Looming threat: New Constitution hopes to thwart the next generation who are likely to plan more illegal conduct, but use greater manipulation and abuse to implement what they feel they have the moral authority to do: Destroy the Constitution, and illegally impose power and abuse on innocents through illegal force.

Ref: New Constitution Archive

Ref Drafting, and implementing a New Constituion, outside ARticle V, the Amendment process. Consistent with Federal 78 -- Solemn Ceremony, presenting a New Constituion to the Executive for him to sign, as was done King John, recognizing he supports the New Constitution.

Ref New Constitution: Constitional Convention Agenda -- May not be needed if the New Constitution is openly drafted, and Citizens are given an equal chance to comment, vote.

Ref Lesson of The Grand Remonstrance, Charles I.

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This New Constitution serves to remind the citizenry their inherent power and right to lawfully remove from power government officials who defy the law, refuse to protect the Constitution, thwart enforcement of the law, and refuse to gather evidence related to misconduct.

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Article I: Inherent powers and rights of the Citizens. [ Ref ]

Section 1. List of enumerated rights is expansive, broadly interpreted, imposing at all times a burden of proof on the government on all matters related to public debates, reasons for war, guilt, or adjudication before a judicial officer.

Section 2 The Constitution is broadly construed to be a shield to the people's rights, an affirmative assertion of the People's power; a shield to government abuse or illegal attempts to deny them of their rights; a narrow, revokable grant of finite, few, and narrow powers to the US Government; and an empowering document which grants unlimited, eternal power to citizens to use any method to deploy power and wield the Constitution as a sharp spear, poised, ready, and forever pointed at the potential tyrant, rebellion, or insurrection this Government's officials, agents, contractors, or employees may rally to destroy, undermine, thwart, or abrogate this New Constitution.

Section 3 The US Government is not the same as the US Constitution; and all people are expressly afforded the power, right, and authority to stand between the US government and the Constitution when the US government, its agentes, or officials seek to undermine, destroy, not enforce, or ignore the US Constitution.

Section 4. Failure of the government, government agents, officials, contacttors, and others to demonstrate it fully they are in complance with this Constitution shall be the reasoanble basis and probable cause to conclude that they are in active rebellion, insurrection, or not in compliance with their constitutional obligations.

Section 5. All people and foreign nationals have the expansive right to say, write, or communicate anything they choose. All comments about public officials, government employees, executive personnel, contractors, agents, or others working in support of the Untied States are strictly interpreted to be opinions, and no one may be prosecuted for any statement made about anyone associated with the US government.

Section 6. No person or foreign national may be subject to surveillance or monitoring unless there has been a warrant permitting the review. Failures of the government to procure a lawful warrant shall constitute a breach of the Constitution, and grounds for an investigation and prosecution or impeachment by either the State or Federal Government.

Section 7. All citizens, immigrants, and foreign nationals have the lawful right to take any effort to protect the Constitution. This may include lawful observation of government activities, monitoring of government misconduct, reporting and making opinions known to the Congress, or openly discussing possible abuse of power.

Section 8. No person or foreign national may be transported outside their jurisdiction of detention, arrest, capture, or seizure. All persons, regardless their legal status, have the inherent right to challenge their detention in court; compel evidence; and require the government to produce favorable evidence.

Section 9. Any citizen or foreign national has the constitutional protected power and right to prevent illegal war plans, resource and other things from being used to support unlawful warfare, government insurrection, or illegal government rebellion against the Constitution.

Section 10. Citizens have the inherent right and power to lawfully challenge the government that remains unresponsive to the rule of law; wages illegal warfare; illegally passes bills which violate the constitution; refuses to enforce the law; and fails to prosecute government officials who wage illegal warfare, or refuse to investigate illegal conduct.

Section 11. Citizens retain the inherent right and power to reciprocate: Any abuse government imposes on a citizen, citizens may lawfully reciprocate. When government officials lie or use deception, private citizens may lawfully deceive government officials, investigators, and others charged with enforcing the law. When government officials refuse to enforce the law, citizens are not required to recognize any powers associated with that government official; when government officials use deception to create arbitrary requirements, citizens may lawfully ignore these requirements without threat or fear.

Section 12. Government officials, members of the armed services, and other government employees, agents, or contractors making public comments about political matters may not lawfully complain or bring suit when citizens in a like manner target them engaging in inappropriate insurrection; alleged war crimes; or other conduct outside their area of expertise. Once government officials open the barn door, they may lawfully be subject to like rebuke and comment without reliance on legal protection or government assistance. Use of government resources, process, or threat of prosecution to stifle public discussion on matters related to alleged misconduct, or war crimes is an abuse of power which the states have the power to lawfully impeach and prosecute government officials.

Section 13. All citizens, immigrants, and foreign nationals have the power and lawful right to prepare to check the government, defend their lives, and preemptively work to thwart illegal government rebellions against the rule of law. All citizens, immigrants, and foreign nationals have the inherent right and power to lawfully prepare to offer their assistance to lawfully defend the Constitution against unconstitutional rebellions and insurrections by the Government against the Constitution.

Section 14. The US government is expressly denied the right, power, or authority to dissuade anyone from taking lawful actions to actively check an abuse of power; or lawfully organize to protect the Constitution. Citizens cannot be denied the right, power, authority, or option to cooperate with any person, immigrant, or national to lawfully protect the Constitution against domestic rebellions or insurrections by the US government, its agents, or contractors.

Section 15. Any use of force, plan, preparation, or activity the United States, State, or local government uses to assert power, may be lawfully prepared and developed as a lawful option by the citizens. The Federal, state, and local governments are expressly denied the power, right, or authority to deny any citizen, immigrant, or foreign national the option to develop similar options, methods, or systems required to lawfully prevail over methods which may be used by any government official, contractor, or agent to engage in illegal rebellion or insurrection against the US Constitution; or defiance of their oath of office to the US Constitution

Section 16. Any right, power, or option the US government illegally denies to any citizen, immigrant, or foreign national may be similarly denied to the government using any lawful method. Personnel, government officials, agents, and contractors, when they have been charged with the responsibility to only wage lawful warfare, but engage in illegal warfare, cannot credibly claim anyone entering their premise to prevent further illegal activity is there for an unlawful purpose.

Section 17. Citizens have the Constitutionally protected power and right to lawfully wage war against the government when:

(a) Government is unresponsive to oversight, law or legal restraints;

(b) Government abuses power, refuses to permit judicial review, passes illegal legislation, or wages unlawful war, and

(c) There is insufficient time wage a political battle, and foreign fighters have been blocked from providing humanitarian assistance and intervention.

Article II: Inherent powers and rights of the States

Section 1 States retain the power to lawfully impeach, and remove from office Members of Congress and The Executives for illegal rebellion, refusal to assert oath of office, unlawful assent to illegal warfare, or passage of unconstitutional bills.

Section 2 States may lawfully raise and support combat forces or irregular militias to protect the US Constitution from unlawful abuse of power by US government officials in the Legislature, Executive, Investigative or Judicial Branches.

Section 3 States may lawfully remove from office through prosecution or impeachment any US government attorney who violates the attorney standards of conduct; supports illegal warfare; crafts illegal memoranda supporting violations of Geneva; or crating policy that is used to support unlawful war crimes plans and policies.

Section 4 State officials have a duty to prevent the use of any state resources for unlawful objectives or purposes by anyone. State officials may lawfully prevent US government officials from using state resources for illegal purposes, waging illegal warfare, or using state resources to undermine the Constitution or support violations of the laws of war.

Section 5 States have the inherent power to raise militias, form alliances, and lawfully subdue rebellions by the Legislature and Executive when they jointly agree, or silently assent to unlawful insurrection against the Constitution. States have the inherent power and right to censure, prosecute, impeach, remove from office, or lawfully execute Federal officials in Congress, Judicial, and Executive Branches.

Section 6 States may lawfully wage war against US government officials when the US government is in rebellion; and US government officials have illegally agreed to an unlawful insurrection against the US Constitution. States may lawfully prosecute an Executive, Legislator, or Judicial officer.

Section 7 The Burden is on the US government to maintain public confidence and wage only lawful war. There is an internal check by the people on government’s illegal use of force. Because the government remains subject to immediate replacement upon abuse of power and violation of rights in cases where the government refuses to permit enforcement of the laws, these failures by the US government are a signal to the states that they may lawfully raise an army to protect the US Constitution against the US Government.

Section 7 The States have the power to prosecute, impeach, censure, or remove any executive, legislative, or judicial branch officer, employee, contractor, or agent at the State or Federal level. The power to prosecute complements the State power to impeach or remove the government official, agent, or contractor.

Article III: Investigative Branch of Government

Section 1 All investigators are subject to court oversight, and may be lawfully prosecuted for abusing their powers, waging illegal warfare, or using the pretext of unlawful conduct as an excuse to impose martial law or violate the Constitution.

Section 2 Investigation Branch has the power to audit, gather facts, and interfaced with media, the public, academia, and overseas sources; Has the power to lawfully enter any government facility, disclose evidence, and bring charges against any government official.

Section 3 The Investigative branch shall have the power to wage lawful combat operations required to investigate, subdue, and seize unlawful combatant commanders, commandesin Chief, or other milia members who violate the laws of war; wage illegal warfare; or follow illegal orders.

Section 4 Combatant investigators are subject to court oversight, Congressional notification, and State coordination. Combatant investigators may lawfully work with enemy forces and agents to entrap, catch, and impose battlefield justice on unresponsive military personnel who wage illegal warfare, violate the laws of war, or engage in unlawful rebellion or insurrection against the Constitution.

Section 5 Investigators are appropriately armed, may use foreign military equipment, and are not required to notice the executive branch of visits, or present on the battlefield. Combatant investigators may lawfully seize, arrest, and present fro trial personnel engaged in war crimes. Investigators may lawfully use encryption technology which NSA and the Executives cannot access.

Article IV: Judicial Branch of Government

Section 1 The Judicial Branch has the exclusive power to interpret the law; and power to disclose inadmissable evidence to investigators for further investigation.

Section 2 The Judicial Branch shall oversee the warrants for seizure and detention. Warrants shall be required before investigators, law enforcement, or combatant commanders seize things, people, assets, information, data not under government control.

Section 3 The Judicial Branch shall interpret the law, and has the responsibility to protect the Constitution, ensure violations of the Constitution are adjudicated.

Section 4 The Judicial Branch has the power to mediate disputes between branches of government; and the power to oversee timetables to resolve legal issues between the branches.

Article V: Legislative Branch of Government, Compromising Three Chambers: Consular, House, and Senate

Section 1 Congress has no power to retroactively grant immunity for crimes. This is an interference with judicial power and an illegal pardon – a power exclusively reserved for the Executives on manners unrelated to war crimes.

Section 2 Members of Congress shall be prosecuted for failing to investigate war crimes, funding illegal bills, wars, campaigns, operations, plans, activities, or schemes.

Section 3 Individual members of Congress may be impeached, and removed from office, by the States for:

- Corruption, graft, unethical behavior
- Passing illegal legislation
- Unconstitutional acts
- Malfeasance
- Supporting illegal war
- Passing appropriations without fact finding
- Appropriating, setting aside, reserving, or making available funds for illegal wars, conduct contrary to the laws of war, or for things that permit illegal violations of the laws of war, the Constitution, or the rights and powers of the States
- Supporting illegal rebellion or insurrection against the Constitution
- Raising a militia for illegal war
- Appropriations for illegal abuse of prisoners, citizens, or foreign nationals
- Failing to engage in oversight, investigation, or gathering necessary facts to make informed decisions related to the Constitutionality of a bill, language, or proposed act of Congress
- Failing, or blocking efforts, to investigate war crimes, executive abuse of power, Geneva violations, or Presidential violations of the US constitution; or supporting a pattern of conduct designed to suppress evidence of similar misconduct by US government officials, agents, contractors, or intermediaries regardless their location or legal status.

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Section 4 Members of Congress do not have an excuse to claim they do not have time to read a bill. The Consular Chamber shall first read every bill before issuing it to any committee. If the Bill is not read in full, then the Consular Chamber may not release the bill for Committee Review.

Section 5 Consulars shall sign their name to the legislation stating they have read the bill. If they do not have time to read a bill, then they do not have time to approve the bill.

Section 6 Consulars shall monitor the effectiveness of the House and Senate. When Members of Congress are unable or unwilling to do their work, the Counselors shall present this information to the Article II Investigators; and inform the State legislators, commonwealths, or assemblies that their elected officials are unwilling to do their job.

Section 7 It shall be a crime for a Members of Congress, before voting, to sign a bill they have not read; or approvate a bill they have not debated, and made public for inspection and comment for at least five weeks. Congress shall draft a bill, make it public for any citizen to read, and grant any Consular or citizen time to make comments and changes before permitting the Committee to review or conduct hearings on the bill. Congressional leadership is denied the right, power, and discretion to force a debate on bills not read; or deny debate on any bill; or rushing a bill through committee that has not been reviewed and ready the Consulars. Any member of Congress who violates these requirements shall be deemed to be in unlawful rebellion and insurrection against, and in breach of their oath to, the COnstitution.

Section 8 The Consulars shall ensure all bills are appropriately segregated between domestic, foreign, and military jurisdictions. No language presented to one executive in one bill may relate to a bill or language related to another Executive. Consulars have the right, power, discretion, authority, and expansive resposibilty to ensure that all bills are constitutional before they are considered; all Unconstitutioanl, illegal, or unlawful provisions shall be removed before they are presented to the Committee for Consideration. No Bill may be preseted for Consideration to the Consulars that include any language related to retroactive laws, immunity for war crimes, grants of broad immunity for violations of the Constitution, or any denial of any right, power or authority expressly granted, recognzied, and preserved in the Constituiton.

Section 9 Consulars have the right, power, and duty to review the final draft of the bill which the Senate and House agree. Once the bill is in final form, the Consulars shall have mot less than three weeks to review the bill, recieve additional comments, and make changes to comply with the original citizen concerns, and ensure the bill remains Constitutional. If the Consulars do not approve of the bill, the Bill dies. Any contractor, agent, or executive branch personnel who avoids the Consular process; illegally thwarts process which the Consulars asn We the People ahve jointly approved shall be considered to be in illegal rebellion, insurrection, and in breach of the Constitution.

Member of Congress Meetings

Section 10 The Congress has neglibile powers to block investigations or conduct affairs behind closed doors. It may not lawfully receive private visitors related to pending matters. Communication may only be done through public visits. Private discussions are not lawful. Private meetings are permitting, but only on matters unrelated to a pending matter.

Individual Senator Chambers. Ref

Section 11 Each Senator, like any judicial officer, shall conduct their affairs in public, in an open forum, and the proceedings shall be subject to inspection and observation by any member of the public.

Section 12 Transforming the Senate: Narrowing the Senate's powers. Ref Ref

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Section 13 Members of The House, like a Judicial Officer, shall conduct their affairs in public. They may receive and invite anyone to participate in any event, meeting they choose. No other Members of Congress has the power to make rules. The individual House member has the power to make rules, promulgate procedures, and define how personnel may approach them. The rules are designed to facilitate decorum, minimal expertise in the procedures, but facilitate order and orderly interactions and public discussion. All meetings and discussions are part of the public record.

Senate ChamberThe Senate Chamber is a forum for the Senate to debate issues.

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Executive Oversight

Section 14 There shall be a standing committee on Executive impeachments and war crimes in each chamber. The Chambers may make rules governing their members; but these rules may be enforce by the States should the Members of Congress refuse to enforce the House rules; fail to protect the Constitution; or engage in illegal insurrection or rebellion against the Constitution. Impeachments are complementary powers to prosecutions; Congress has the discretionary power to impeach designed to complement, not wait for, thwarted prosecutors, or ineffectual state level impeachments, prosecutions, or proclamations.

Section 15 The Standing Committee on War crimes and Presidential prosecutions shall investigate Geneva violations by the Executives; investigate Executive abuse of power; and prosecute the President when he issues statements stating he is not willing to fully enforce the law as Congress has enacted; or the Executives unlawful refusal to enforce the law and will of the People.

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Article VI: Enforcement Branch of Government, Compromising Three Executives with separate, non-overlapping powers which the Legislature defines, and the Judicial Branch mediates if there are disputes between the three executives.

Section 1 Before assuming duties as an executive, the elected Executive shall affirm through oath, they shall enforce the law as Congress intended, as interpreted by the Judicial Branch, and that he shall seek the advice and consent of Congress to clarify, interpret, and modernize his clerical instructions. They understand they have no discretion to independently decide the law, only enforce the law, violation of statutes, or acts of Congress to the best of their ability.

Section 2 The Executive may not approve bills which permits one branch to exercise the authority, power of another branches’ jurisdiction.

Section 3 Executives are denied the power to seize assets for illegal objectives, unlawful war, or insurrection against the Constitution.

Section 4 Executives are denied the power to pardon US government officials, contractors, intermediaries, or their agents on matters related to their direct or indirect support of insurrection or rebellion against the Constitution.

Section 5 Executives, while in office, may be lawfully removed from office, prosecuted, and lawfully executed by either state or Federal officials. This risk of punishment is an eternal sanction that complements, but does not replace the political acts of censure, impeachment, or removal from office. An executive does not have to be removed from office before they are lawfully investigated, prosecuted, or punished for unlawful activity.

Section 6 The Executives are prohibited from defining what the law means, or issuing any instruction that will not fully enforce the law. The executives are expressly denied the power to exercise any power of any other branch, or infringe any protected right or power reserved to the people, states, or other branches.

Section 7 The Executives, upon taking the oath of office, shall take an oath to fully enforce the law, and recognizes that he may be lawfully executed for failing to protect prisoners and civilians during times of war.

Section 8 One Executive, only during times of war, serves as Commander in Chief during Times of War. He has no powers other than during times of war. When the military, called into service during warfare, the Commander in Chief shall be subject to the Uniform Code of Justice; and has no power to immunize them, block investigations, or prevent enforcement of the laws of war. This executive may be subject to prosecution for war crimes by military commission for, and lawfully executed if the execute

- Engage in illegal warfare, or unlawful war crimes planning
- Fails to support investigations of war crimes
- Violates the laws of war, Geneva conventions, or permits abuses of civilians, prisoners, or those who have removed themselves from the fight
- Thwarts investigations of other branches of government
- Denies access by the Red Cross to monitor the treatment of prisoners, civilians, or personnel under their care anywhere, regardless their legal status

Section 9 The second Executive, responsible for Domestic Affairs, serves to coordinate domestic affairs between the States. The Executive has no power to remove any State official, only the power to ensure that Federal resources are fully integrated with State requirements.

Section 10 The third Executive, responsible for foreign affairs, services to coordinate American foreign affairs with the Constitution. The Executive shall from time to time engage in alliances, work with other nations to develop markets, and ensure that all foreign affairs as consistent with US Constitutional objectives and principles.

Section 11 After an Executive is prosecuted by either the investigating officials or State level entities, the Vice President assumes the office of the convicted Executive. Executives may be lawfully executed for waging illegal war or upon impeachment by the States or prosecution for international tribunals for war crimes.

Section 12 The Executive is expressly denied the power to exercise pardon power on matters related to war crimes; or activities and programs related to preventing the discovery of evidence related to illegal abuse, war crimes, or unlawful activity.

Article VII: Responsibilities, Duties, Obligations, Restrictions related to US Government Officials, Contractors, Agents, And Personnel

Section 1 Congress has no power to pass any rule, law, proclamation, or any legal device which creates immunity for a contractor or agent for having violated the law during war time, peacetime, or other situation. Immunity to prosecution is not a lawful terms within a contract or agreement between the United States and another party.

Section 2 Congress has no power to pass a law which retroactively immunizes someone for something they knew, or should have known was not lawful.

Section 3 Federal officials shall protect the Constitution. All federal officials, judges, Members of Congress, and leaders in the Executive Branch may be subject to prosecution and or impeachment. Either the Federal or State government may bring impeachment, prosecution, or removal proceedings against the leaders in the US Government. Violation of these duties and responsibility may include the death penalty.

Section 4 Federal officials may not exercise powers of other branches. They shall respect the separation of powers. Government official shall honor their oath, assert the law, and remain accountable to the Constitution.

Section 5 Government officials shall self report problems and solutions. All Federal officials shall use credible plans and work with Congress if they require help, need assistance, or require other authority to accomplish something.

Section 6 Government officials may not be rewarded with legal protection, immunity, or retroactive legislation which affords them any benefit or assistance for their failure to do what they should have done.

Section 7 It shall be illegal for government officials to appropriate, spend, reserve, or allow to be allotted funds, moneys, or other securities used for unlawful things; support unlawful war; use funds to prevent anyone from protecting the COnstitution; use funds to deny person their inherent right, power or authority to lawfully prevent material, resources, or other things from being used to support unlawful warfare, occupation, or illegal abuses in violation of the laws of war.

Section 8 Federal officials in the legislature are expressly prohibited from rubber stamping legislation that violates the Constitution, revokes any right, or destroys the Constitutionally protected powers of the People, States, and other branches of government. Any government official who passes an unconstitutional bill, or illegally enforces an unlawful act may lawfully be subject to prosecution, which may included the death penalty.

Section 9 All Federal officials shall follow the law. All Federal officials shall enforce the Geneva conventions.

Section 10 All Federal officials shall timely act to end illegal conduct, ensure public reporting of unlawful conduct.

Section 11 Any effort to do something outside the law, without open coordination with the Congress shall be grounds for prosecution by either the States or Federal governments.

Section 12 All federal officials shall cooperate with investigations and disclose results. Evidence related to war crimes, when it is suppressed, is a subsequent war crime punishable by the death penalty.

Section 13 All federal officials shall maintain discipline to protect the Constitution and compel evidence of violations of the oath, the Constitution, or rights, powers, and authority expressly delegated to any person, state, branch, or government.

Section 14 All federal officials, agents, and contractors, intermediaries, or other people who interact with citizens or prisoners of war shall treat them humanely regardless the location or whether there is or is not a formal declaration of war. If during armed conflict or activity, any person abuses or mistreats a civilian or prisoner of war, this shall be the basis to prosecute the individual for war crimes.

Section 15 Federal officials, agents, and employees may not assert any right of slander, suit, or other cause of action related to charges of abuse, misconduct, or illegal activity. Upon assuming office, public discourse permits robust discussion; no government employee may threaten or use the legal process to intimidate anyone from using the vilest language.

Article VIII Government-related Misconduct Subject To Prosecution

Section 1 All Government officials, contractors, agents, and intermediaries during times of peace, war, conflict, or civil unrest shall be subject to prosecution for misconduct.

Section 2 Official Misconduct includes, but is not limited to: Malfeasance; Refusal to report, investigate Geneva violations; Refusal to treat civilians or prisoners in compliance with the Geneva Conventions; abuse of prisoners or civilians during times of peace, war, or other circumstances.

Section 3 Targets of lawful state or federal investigation, prosecution, or impeachment may include Executive, Congressional, or Judicial Staff, attorneys, executive branch personnel, or the armed forces.

Section 4 War crimes commanders may lawfully seize, arrest, and detain military personnel upon proven activity, reports by civilians, sworn affidavit, and admissible evidence.

Article IX Discipline Within Legal Profession

Section 1 Any government official who passes a law, or imposes unlawful abuse on another may, when adjudicated by a judicial officer, be subject to the same abuse as punishment.

Section 2 US Attorneys, US Government legal counsel, and state level attorneys have a duty to remove themselves from illegal war crimes planning; and may be prosecuted for war crimes if they fail to report evidence of unlawful war crimes planning in the US Government.

Section 3 The US legal community oversight shall be subject to meaningful sanctions and remedies for failing to protect the Constitution, investigate when required, or remove themselves from illegal war crimes.

Section 4 US government attorneys shall publicly state through oath and publicly available certificate available immediately upon demand, which state they are subject. They shall include immediate information related to the status of complaints; statutes of investigations; or other investigations against the Attorney.

Section 5 US lawyers may be subject to the same standards of a military commission, or any other rule or standard they have permitted to be applied against any citizen, prisoner, or detained foreign national.

Section 6 Attorneys remain subject to impeachment by the States and US government; may be prosecuted by the judicial branch; and lawfully removed by force for failing to prevent war crimes, or permitting illegal US government insurrections or rebellions against the US Constitution.

Article X Illegal US Government Rebellion or Insurrection Against the US Constitution

Section 1 Evidence of Executive, Legislative, or Judicial-led rebellions or insurrection against the US Constitution is evidenced by:

- Refusal to enforce the law
- Refusing to respect procedures, independence, or powers of the other branches
- Issuing decrees, proclamations, writings, or statements reserved to Congress or the Judicial Branch
- Issuing any statement indicating a desire not to enforce the law, as Congress intended; or crafting enforcement procedures which are not constituent with either Congressional intent or Judicial interpretation
- Executing powers or violating rights reserved to the other branches, people, or the States
- Refusing to permit investigations of illegal activity, or violations of the law
- Creating contract language which suppress evidence of Constitutional violations or war crimes
- Hiding people from court review and preventing discovery of abuse or mistreatment or violation of rights
- Illegal seizure or retention of assets, resources, personnel, information, paper, data, files, identifying information; or their use for unlawful objectives
- Issuing grants for projects based on political votes without a substantive tangible purpose
- Passing or enforcing illegal, unconstitutional bills; or
- Enforcing, supporting, or putting into effect operations, plans, activities, schemes, or other projects which violate the supreme law, Constitution or laws of war

Section 2 Any citizen, person, or foreign national deprived the right, power, or authority to report evidence of illegal government insurrection or rebellion shall be afforded the discretion, under court supervision, to impose like retaliation, reciprocity, or abuse opon their oppressor. The oppressor is then subject to lawful criminal sanctions by the state.

Article XI US Government Incompetence

Section 1 Official government, contractor, agent, attorney, Member of Congress, Executive, or judicial incompetence is defined by:

- Mental incapacity
- Inarticulate speech
- Refusal to discuss reasonable plans or solutions to problems
- Failure to heed reasonable risks, forecasts associated with plans
- Inability or unwillingness to follow rules, procedures, requirements, or guidelines
- Retaliation, abusing, mistreatment, yelling at investigators or citizens who report evidence of misconduct, incompetence
- Relying on propaganda, not evidence when waging war, or presenting testimony and written statements to Congress, the courts, and the States on matters related to war, war crimes, and the status of war crimes investigations.
- Fraud, threats, intimidation, abuse, or illegal acts to hide evidence of incompetence.

Section 2 Incompetence can be addressed through training, education, assistance, delegation, increased oversight, loss of political power, loss of committee positions, denial of power, prosecution, investigation, remediation plan, or other lawful sanctions including, where appropriate, the death penalty.

Section 3 Responsibility for addressing incompetence rests with the leadership, and may not be lawfully delegated, contracted, hidden, or passed to another party.

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