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Principles


  • All legitimate power flows from the electoral base upwards.

  • All power originates in and from the people.

  • The people legitimately and expressedly reserve to themselves all power not expressly offered and given to a higher office.

  • All governing authority belongs to the office and not the office holder in that all the power of an office resides in and is restricted to the office holder and his or her title and not the person that bears said title.

  • No power is provided without limit and no title given without containing as part of its provisions the power of retraction.

  • No power, authority is provided without containing as part of its provision the means and conditions upon which said power, authority or title may be rendered null and void.

  • No state, agent, person, collection of persons, authority or agent acting under th authority of another has any power, right, position or authority to assign to another agent, power, person, authority the rights, or power or authority that properly and constitutionally belong to another.

  • No state, agent, person, collection of persons, authority or agent acting under the authority of another agent or authority has any power, right, position or authority to assign to another agent, power, person, authority powers over any asset or thing of v alue that rightfully belongs singularly or collectively to another.

  • All resources belong to all people to be used singularly and collectively according to the right of possession.

    • That which is not possessed, that is ‘in use’ is not owned.

    • The only legitimate form of ownership is personal ownership, the ownership provided by usage or proximation.

    • That which we have possession of by proximal claim is owned, that which is severed and unattached is not-owned.

    • The greater authority lies with the immediate agent.

    • The nation is defined by the federation of the local bodies.

    • The federation of local agents defines the extent of the authority of all higher offices ie the extent of the province or state or other political bodies.

  • Government is by assignment of powers.

  • Those powers not assigned are retained.

  • All powers not assigned are assumed retained by the lower body.

 

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