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Friday, July 4, 2014


independence day law and sovereign kick off call

We invite the people to take this first step toward government of, by, and for the people by ACTING on this information. Our goal is to have a minimum of ONE MILLION signed up and participating in the Sovereignty Consciousness Movement via NEN before December 31, 2014. This is a call for everybody that wants to actively participate in the roll out the International Tribunal for Natural Justice, so we hold the CORPORATIONS POSING AS GOVERNMENTS accountable to the Rule of Law.



New Earth Nation


International Law is based upon Natural Law – the Law of Nations IS the Law of Nature! Supplementing this foundation are Treaties. A Treaty is usually defined as a formal agreement between two or more nations or states, regarding international relations. The New Earth Treaty is no different, however YOU are the nation!
The New Earth Treaty provides the basis for a new planetary covenant of fellowship, as well as offering a universal agreement on the unalienable natural rights of men and women, and new guidelines for the administration of those governments of the world who retain citizens over whom they wield authority. Additionally the Treaty mandates the creation of an International Tribunal for Natural Justice serving to reprimand rogue agencies and restore balance to the human and planetary ecology.
All references in the Treaty to Sovereign Micro-nations refer to you, and all references to Sovereign Nations refer to existing nation-states.
To ratify the New Earth Treaty as a Sovereign Micro-nation simply make a Declaration of Sovereignty with New Earth Nation.


This definitive New Earth Treaty concluded by and between, and with the presents and blessings of, the High Contracting Parties.

Recognising that the nations of the earth and the peoples of those nations have hitherto been engaged in a perpetual state of war which has been consolidated and perpetuated by corporations, institutions and private individuals who have been permitted to serve their own vested interests to the detriment of mankind and planet earth, and who have wilfully caused harm, loss and damage, and imposed their will upon the people of mankind.
Acknowledging that the High Contracting Parties to this Treaty are desirous that the war in which they were directly or indirectly successively involved, and the state of planetary degradation which they directly or indirectly permissioned, should be replaced by a firm and everlasting peace.
And acknowledging that the said High Contracting Parties are desirous that equality between all peoples and the upholding of the unalienable natural rights of all peoples and of planet earth be realised.

For these purposes the High Contracting Parties agree as follows:

From the coming into force of the present Treaty, being the time at which the High Contracting Parties ratify the same, the state of war will terminate.
From the coming into force of the present Treaty, any and all existing Treaties, Covenants and Agreements between High Contracting Parties containing provisions which directly or indirectly conflict with the provisions of the present Treaty, or containing provisions which directly or indirectly permission the causing of harm, loss or damage, or the imposition of one's will upon others, shall cease to have effect, and that any provision of any treaty, statute or regulation which directly or indirectly conflicts with any provision of the present treaty shall likewise cease to have effect.
From the coming into force of the present Treaty there shall be a clear separation of natural persons, meaning men and women, and artificial persons, meaning corporations and legal personalities of individuals, such that the latter shall only be permitted to exist in service of the former.


IN ORDER TO PROMOTE international co-operation and to achieve international peace, fellowship, security, prosperity, harmony and abundance
  1. by the acceptance of obligations not to resort to war or empower conflict
  2. by the acceptance of obligations not to permit men and women to be subjected to debt-slavery, usury or any other form of human energy harvesting
  3. by the acceptance of obligations to respect the individual sovereign condition
  4. with the commitment to eradicate famine, poverty, pollution and preventable disease
  5. by the prescription of open, just and honourable relations between nations
  6. by the considered and strategic dissolution of all borders and boundaries
  7. by the maintenance of Natural Justice and a scrupulous respect for all treaty obligations
Pursuant to the ultimate goal of absolute freedom for each member of the human family
AGREE to this Covenant of Peace & Fellowship.
Article 1
Our NEW EARTH NATION is hereby established, in recognition of the primacy of consciousness, the unity of all life and the undeniability of the individual sovereign condition, as the Supreme Jurisdiction in the nations which ratify the terms of this Treaty, having united in Fellowship, to deliberate, determine and act to fulfil the aforementioned purposes.
Article 2
As One united peoples of Our One Nation: Our common descent arises from the fundamental understanding that we are each born of the same thing – consciousness Our common culture is the expression of the immutable truth that we are all One. Our common language is that which utters effortlessly from the quantum of the collective human heart. Our particular territory is manifest reality itself, not a segregated part of it, but the inseparable perfection of the whole.
Article 3
As Members of this Fellowship, We the sovereign nations and sovereign micro-nations, by our own free will, undertake:
  1. to live in accordance with natural law and to not prevent others from doing the same;
  2. to cause no harm, loss or damage;
  3. to not impose our will upon others;
  4. to mutually assist one another to advance our own perfection and that of the human condition.
Article 4
We the sovereign nations and sovereign micro-nations undertake to uphold Natural Law, by the proper administration of Equity, meaning natural justice, and shall not uphold any positive law at the expense of a just, fair and reasonable outcome.
Article 5
We the sovereign nations and micro-nations undertake to respect and preserve the unalienable natural rights of all men and women, such as are recognised as birthrights inherent to the human condition.
Article 6
We the sovereign nations and micro-nations undertake to respect and preserve planet earth, ensuring abundance and prosperity for future generations.
Article 7
We the sovereign nations undertake, pursuant to the principles of Natural Law, to respect the freewill choice of any man or woman who, by their own freewill act or deed, does revoke or deny his or her consent to be governed by or as a citizen of Our sovereign nations, and shall hold all such men and women free from any and all statutory obligations of the same.
Article 8
We the sovereign nations undertake to respect and preserve as against external aggression the territorial integrity and existing political independence of all our fellow sovereign nations.
Article 9
We the sovereign nations undertake to respect and preserve as against all forms of aggression the extraterritorial integrity of those sovereign micro-nations who may from time to time be domiciled within our own territorial boundaries.
Article 10
The action of the Fellowship under this Covenant shall be effected through the instrumentality of an Assembly of Keepers of the Peace, with a permanent secretariat, and through an International Tribunal for Natural Justice.
Article 11
The Assembly shall exist for the purpose of providing guidance to the tribunal and shall consist of seven Wisdom Keepers representing each of the seven continents.
The initial Representatives shall be compiled of leading planetary wisdom keepers selected by the Earth Academy of Wisdom Keepers.
The Assembly shall thereafter be responsible for appointing and removing Representatives from its number.
A Representative of the Assembly may also be removed given a majority vote of the Members of the Fellowship, effected through the instrumentality of a Direct E-Democracy platform.
The Assembly shall meet at stated intervals and from time to time as occasion may require at such place as may be decided upon.
The Assembly may deal at its meetings with any matter within the sphere of action of the Fellowship or affecting the peace of the world.
The Assembly shall appoint a Permanent Secretary to carry out the lawful directives of the Tribunal under its guidance.
Article 12
The International Tribunal for Natural Justice is hereby mandated by the sovereign nations and micro-nations to be the Supreme Court of New Earth Nation to hear any case where breaches of natural law have, by sealed writ issued by a Member of the Fellowship or a Member of the Assembly, been alleged to have occurred.
The action of the Tribunal shall be effected through the instrumentality of a Direct E-Democracy platform which will provide the ability for all sovereign micro-nations and all citizens of sovereign nations to cast a singular vote as a global Grand Jury.
Article 13
In addition to the activities generally recognised under international law as constituting an act of war, the following activities shall henceforth be considered an act of war under the present Treaty:
  1. Political acquisition of resources without free, prior and informed consent.
  2. Geo engineering of any kind, including but not limited to, the distribution of airborne chemicals or pathogens other than the bi-products of standard aircraft fuel, or high frequency auroral interference or any form of deliberate sonic impact.
  3. The dissemination of genetically modified organisms of any kind in a foreign land by any artificial person under the jurisdiction of the aggressor.
  4. Any deliberate act by the government of a sovereign nation or micro-nation which results in an intentional breach of any of the unalienable natural rights of any of the people under the jurisdiction of any of the sovereign nations or micro-nations.
Article 14
Any war or threat of war, whether immediately affecting any of the Fellowship or not, is hereby declared a matter of concern to the whole Fellowship, and the Fellowship shall take any action that may be deemed wise and effectual to safeguard the peace of all nations and micro-nations. In case any such emergency should arise the Permanent Secretary shall, on the request of any Member of the Fellowship, summon a meeting of the Assembly to provide guidance as to the appropriate action and shall effect a vote of the Tribunal.
It is also declared to be the friendly right of each Member of the Fellowship to bring to the attention of the Assembly any circumstance affecting international relations which threatens to disturb international peace or the good understanding between nations upon which peace depends. The Assembly may, if it deems the threat to be significant, issue guidance and instruct the Permanent Secretary to call a vote in accordance with the provisions of Article 12.
Article 15
The Members of the Fellowship agree that if there should arise between them any dispute likely to lead to a rupture, they will submit the matter to inquiry by the Assembly which shall address the matter in accordance with Article 12.
In any case under this Article the decision of the Tribunal shall be made within a reasonable time.
Article 16
The Members of the Fellowship agree that whenever any dispute shall arise between them which they recognise to be suitable for submission to the Assembly and which cannot be satisfactorily settled by diplomacy, they will submit the whole subject-matter to the Assembly.
Disputes as to the interpretation of a treaty, as to any question of right and proper action, as to the existence of any fact which if established would constitute a breach of any international obligation, or as to the extent and nature of the reparation to be made for any such breach, are declared to be among those which are generally suitable for submission to the Assembly.
Article 17
The Members of the Fellowship agree that they will carry out in full good faith any decision that may be rendered by the Tribunal, and that they will not resort to war against a Member of the Fellowship which complies therewith. In the event of any failure to carry out such a decision, the Assembly shall propose what steps should be taken to give effect thereto.
Where a vote of the Tribunal results in an outcome for which equity, meaning natural justice, ought to demand a further award, the Assembly shall determine the nature and extent of the award.
Article 18
If there should arise between Members of the Fellowship any dispute likely to lead to a rupture, which is not submitted to the Assembly by the Members who are a party to said dispute in accordance with Article 13, the remaining Members of the Fellowship agree that they will submit the matter to the Assembly immediately upon becoming aware of its existence. Any Member of the Fellowship may effect such submission by giving notice of the existence of the dispute to the Permanent Secretary, who will make all necessary arrangements for a full investigation and consideration thereof.
Article 19
Should any Member of the Fellowship resort to war in disregard of its covenants under Articles 13, 14,15, or 17, it shall ipso facto be deemed to have committed an act of war against all other Members of the Fellowship, which hereby undertake immediately to subject it to the severance of all trade or financial relations, the prohibition of all intercourse between their nations and the nationals of the covenant-breaking nation, and the prevention of all financial, commercial, or personal intercourse between the nationals of the covenant-breaking nation and the nationals of any other nation, whether a Member of the Fellowship or not.
Article 20
In the event of a dispute between a Member of the Fellowship and a state or nation which is not a Member of the Fellowship, or between states or nations not Members of the Fellowship, the state(s) or nation(s), not Members of the Fellowship shall be invited to accept the obligations of membership in the Fellowship for the purposes of such dispute, upon such conditions as the Assembly may deem just. If such invitation is accepted, the provisions of Articles 13 to 17 inclusive shall be applied with such modifications as may be deemed necessary by the Assembly.
Upon such invitation being given, the Assembly shall immediately institute an inquiry into the circumstances of the dispute and recommend such action as may seem best and most effectual in the circumstances.
If a state or nation so invited shall refuse to accept the obligations of membership in the Fellowship for the purposes of such dispute, and shall resort to war against a Member of the Fellowship, the provisions of Article 16 shall be applicable as against the state or nation taking such action.
If both parties to the dispute when so invited refuse to accept the obligations of membership in the Fellowship for the purpose of such dispute, the Assembly may take such measures and make such recommendations as will prevent hostilities and will result in the settlement of the dispute.
Article 21
The Members of the Fellowship severally agree that this Covenant is accepted as abrogating all obligations or understandings inter se which are inconsistent with the terms thereof, and solemnly undertake that they will not hereafter enter into any engagements inconsistent with the terms thereof.
In case any Member of the Fellowship shall, before becoming a Member of the Fellowship, have undertaken any obligations inconsistent with the terms of this Covenant, it shall be the duty of such Member to take immediate steps to procure its release from such obligations.
Article 22
There shall be placed under the direction of the Assembly all international bureaux already established by general treaties where the parties to such treaties do not extend beyond the parties to the present treaty. All such international bureaux and all commissions for the regulation of matters of international interest hereafter constituted shall be placed under the direction of the Assembly.
In all matters of international interest which are regulated by general conventions but which are not placed under the control of international bureaux or commissions, the Secretariat of the Fellowship shall, subject to the consent of the Assembly and if desired by the parties, collect and distribute all relevant information and shall render any other assistance which may be necessary or desirable.
Article 23
Amendments to this Covenant will take effect when ratified by a two thirds majority of the Fellowship, with any such vote being undertaken in accordance with the provisions of Article 12.


Whereas recognition of the inherent perfection and of the equal and unalienable natural rights of all members of the human family is the only foundation for a new paradigm of freedom, justice, peace, prosperity, harmony and abundance in the world.
Whereas disregard and contempt for the unalienable natural rights of men and women has hitherto resulted in unconscionable crimes against mankind and planet earth.
Whereas the advent of a world in which mankind shall enjoy freedom in all its forms has been proclaimed as the highest aspiration of the people.
Whereas it is essential to ensure fellowship of nations that a universal understanding of the unalienable natural rights of men and women be arrived at.
Whereas it is essential, if men and women are not to be compelled to have recourse, as a last resort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppression, that unalienable natural rights should be protected by the rule of law, insofar as such protection could not be interpreted to said rights.
Whereas the High Contracting Parties have pledged themselves to achieve, in co-operation with one another, the promotion of universal respect for, and observance of, unalienable natural rights.
Whereas a common understanding of these rights and freedoms is of the greatest importance for the full realization of this pledge.
NOW THEREFORE, in recognition of the divine birthrights inherent to the human condition, and with a view to preventing further crimes against mankind and planet earth, it is hereby declared that all people are unalienably endowed with:
Article 24
The right to life, liberty, privacy and silence.
Article 25
The right to live freely in peace without let, hindrance or charge.
Article 26
The right to use and enjoy any and all property, held in peaceful possession, without charge or levy.
Article 27
The right to experience freedom from coercion.
Article 28
The right to determine one's own identity.
Article 29
The right to free assembly and expression.
Article 30
The right to deny or revoke one's consent to be governed or regulated.
Article 31
The right to have one's full sovereign capacity recognised in the public, once such capacity has been adequately memorialised.
Article 32
The right to have free and unrestricted use and enjoyment of a parcel of land in the region of one's birth, held free and clear in perpetual private trust, to live upon and within, sufficient to fulfil the purposes of making a home, raising children, and providing a fully self-sustainable existence, including the right to exchange such rights for equivalent rights to land in other parts of the Earth, given the mutual agreement of the exchanging parties.
Article 33
The right to determine one's own spiritual or life path and the right to freedom from persecution on the grounds of one's beliefs, non-beliefs or faith.
Article 34
The right to be recognised as a natural person, meaning man or woman, before the law.
Article 35
The right to expect no detainment, supervision or arrest without a sealed writ issued by a rightful authority, on behalf of a living man or woman, alleging breaches of Natural Law.
Article 36
The right to be presumed innocent of allegations until proven otherwise before a jury of one's peers.
Article 37
The right to experience fair, just and equitable proceedings and equal protection under the law.
Article 38
The right to refuse to be bound by an unlawful, illegitimate or inequitable judgment, order, warrant, directive and/or ruling of a de facto court.
Article 39
The right to use all necessary and reasonable defences to protect oneself, ones kin and ones interests, including the appointment and authorisation of Defenders of the Peace in any community.
Article 40
The right of Superior Guardianship, from the date of conception, over one's offspring, including the right to exercise exclusive Powers of Attorney over the physical bodies and possessions of ones offspring, which shall be presumed to be held jointly with the other biological parent or guardian, until proven otherwise under oath or affirmation, without exception or limitation and until the sixteenth anniversary of their physical birth.
Article 41
The right to educate one's children at home or in any way one deems to be beneficial for their physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual development, without limitation, supervision, intervention, inspection or interference.
Article 42
The right as a child to expect loving guardians and to not endure physical or mental abuse.
Article 43
The right to refuse to supply, or to recall, an intimate or non-intimate DNA or other bodily sample.
Article 44
The right to medicate oneself and one's offspring as one sees fit, including the right to refuse to be medicated by anyone else.
Article 45
The right of every pregnant woman to eat well, feel joy and be inspired by beauty in an environment which supports them.
Article 46
The right to a dignified and peaceful death in an environment which is conducive to spiritual retreat and resonant with nature.
Article 47
The right to cultivate, harvest, store, trade, barter and/or use for one's own purposes, any and all organic substances which will grow or form naturally upon the Earth.
Article 48
The right of full freedom of movement to and from any place on the Earth, including but not limited to the right to cross international borders, through port or otherwise, and to return to the land of one's physical birth without let, hindrance or charge.
Article 49
The right to maintain and strengthen one's distinctive spiritual relationship with the Earth, and to uphold any traditional or customary responsibilities to future generations in this regard.
Article 50
The right to practise and revitalize one's cultural traditions and customs, including the right to maintain, protect and develop the past, present and future manifestations of one's cultures, such as archaeological and historical sites, artefacts, designs, ceremonies, technologies and visual and performing arts and literature, including repatriation of all cultural, intellectual, religious and spiritual property to the peoples and/or lands from where and/or whom they have been taken without the free, prior and informed consent or in violation of the laws, traditions and customs of those from whom they were taken.
Article 51
The right to maintain, control, protect and develop one's cultural heritage, traditional knowledge and traditional cultural expressions freely and with others.
Article 52
The right to participate in a social and international order which is purposed for the realisation of the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration.
Article 53
The right to refuse to exercise any of these rights.


Article 54
This part relates to the administration of government and government agencies of any and all high contracting parties who, having ratified the present treaty, have subjects or citizens under their jurisdiction. In interpreting this Part:
  1. A natural person is a man or a woman. The condition of being a citizen, subject, resident, plaintiff, defendant et al does not prevent any man or woman from being recognised by the law as a natural person.
  2. An artificial person is a legal entity which is not living. Every government, corporation or institution is an artificial person.
  3. All references to government, governmental organisation, government officer or public servant, mean any and all governments, governmental organisations (and all agencies and officers/servants thereof) which exist within sovereign nations who have ratified the present Treaty, and which have citizens whom they are empowered to govern.
  4. This Treaty does not bind men and women who remain under the jurisdiction of a Sovereign Nation, rather it may be used by those men and women to bind its government if or when such government may attempt to cause, harm, loss, or damage to, or to impose its will upon, them.
  5. The spirit and intent of the present Treaty should be respected as against any form of greed, self-interest or attempt to consolidate personal wealth or power to the exclusion of others.
Article 55
All governments are empowered to administer their own form and procedure pursuant to empowering the true spirit and intent of the provisions of the present treaty.
Article 56
All governments shall repudiate all laws which were made by them on behalf of their people/citizens which are detrimental to the wellbeing of their people/citizens and/or planet earth, or the effect of which is to cause harm, loss or damage or to permit the imposition of will upon others.
Article 57
All governments shall be bound by their own statute, and all government officers and public servants, when performing their duties, shall be bound by the same.
Article 58
Government policy and procedure shall act toward the restoration of the planetary biosphere having respect at all times for the unalienable natural rights of men and women contained at Part 2.
Article 59
Government policy and procedure shall support and encourage the development and proliferation of any and all advanced technologies which serve to advance the human condition and/or possess the potential to contribute to the reduction or elimination of harm, loss or damage to mankind and/or planet earth.
Article 60
Government policy and procedure should support the decentralisation of energy generation, waste management, water supplies and any other relevant public utilities, and should therefore also specifically support:
  1. the development and proliferation of any and all specific technologies which promise to fulfil this objective, and
  2. the systematic decommissioning of all centralised facilities with priority to high energy/fission nuclear reactors.
Article 61
Government policy and procedure should support and encourage those whom it is purposed to serve to reduce their dependency upon it in all aspects, most notably education/learning and healing/wellness.
Article 62
No government officer or public servant may cause harm, loss or damage to a natural person and may not use a statute to justify the causing of harm, loss or damage to a natural person.
Article 63
No government officer or public servant may impose their will upon a natural person and may not use a statute to justify imposing their will upon a natural person.
Article 64
No natural person acting as a government officer or public servant shall be immune from prosecution in accordance with this treaty by virtue of his/her employment as a government officer or public servant. Any government officer or public servant causing harm, loss or damage to, or imposing their will upon, a natural person shall be held accountable as a natural person in accordance with the provisions of this Treaty.
Article 65
All government officers and public servants who have made an Oath and/or Bond to or with an organisation, association or society which in any way conflicts with their ability to conduct their duties in accordance with the true spirit and intent of the present treaty shall renounce the former or resign from his or her office.
Any government officer or public servant found to be in breach of this provision shall be guilty of treason.
For the purpose of this provision all those who practice, administer of enforce law in any form shall also be considered public servants.
Article 66
All governments ought to properly notify all those in their employment of the practical effect and potential personal ramifications of the present treaty.
Article 67
All criminal cases against a natural person shall require an injured party who is also a natural person.
Article 68
No court shall administer a case between a natural person and an artificial person, and no court shall permit a natural person to bind themselves as an artificial person.
Article 69
All courts shall administer cases involving natural persons, meaning men and women, according to the law of equity, meaning natural justice, having respect to local customs and usages.
Article 70
The proper applications of equity in accordance with this Treaty are:
  1. Reconciliation of accused with accuser,
  2. Effective protection and security for every natural person and his property,
  3. Assurance of equitable resolutions,
  4. Peaceful civil proceedings,
  5. Prevention of actual harm, loss or damage,
  6. Compensation and/or restitution for injured parties.
Article 71
All natural persons shall, upon attaining the age of 16, be entitled to the use of an artificial person for the conduct of affairs with other artificial persons.
An artificial person issued to a natural person may not carry the same name or calling as the natural person.
Natural persons ought not to conduct affairs with each other using their artificial persons.
A sovereign man or woman may issue their own artificial person within the Supreme Jurisdiction of New Earth Nation, which it shall record with New Earth Nation. Any such records shall explicitly state that the issuer retains full sovereign authority over its creation.
A citizen of a Sovereign Nation shall be issued with an artificial person by their own government upon request.
No government shall issue artificial persons without receiving such a request from a natural person, and may not petition or coerce a natural person to request the same in any manner whatsoever.
Article 72
No artificial person shall be permitted to hold registered title to land and/or real property in the territory of any sovereign nation or sovereign micro-nation which has ratified the present Treaty.
Any artificial person holding lands and/or real property at the time at which the jurisdiction in which they are resident ratifies the present Treaty shall have 12 months to dispose of its interest in said lands and/or real property. An artificial person may transfer its interest in any lands and/or real property under its control to a trust. The Transferor may require that the terms of the trust permit it to continue to use such part of the said lands and/or real property as may be necessary to permit the continuance of its business activities, provided that the following conditions are met:
  1. the beneficiary is cited as being the people of mankind and planet earth
  2. the terms of the trust only permit the artificial person to continue use of the said lands and/or real property for so long as the artificial person causes no harm, loss or damage and does not impose its will upon others.
  3. the natural person to whom the transfer is to be made must be a national of one of the High Contracting Parties.
  4. the terms of the trust permit the natural person to whom the transfer is to be made to distribute any and all excess lands pursuant to the spirit and intent of Article 32 of the Declaration of Unalienable Natural Rights.
Article 73
No artificial person shall be permitted to create, issue, administer or conduct trade in any currency or medium of exchange which is issued with interest at source or which is debt-based in nature or which is usurious in any way. This includes the expansion of credit by the acceptance of notes or bonds from a natural person in return for credit to their transaction account, or any similar related fractional reserve procedure.
Article 74
No artificial person shall be permitted to report news in any manner which is untruthful, manipulative or the intent of which is to mislead the public. All artificial persons involved in the business of mainstream media shall also avail not less than 50% of their air time to uncensored alternative media outlets. Those who make their infrastructure available in this manner should be compensated by public funds.
Article 75
All governments shall oversee the decommissioning of all Geo-engineering apparatus stationed within their physical territory and shall cause the rescission of the artificial personhood of those entities who have been conducting it.
Article 76
All governments shall take such steps as may be necessary to ensure that the artificial persons under their jurisdiction do not cause harm, loss or damage to, or impose their will upon, natural persons.
Article 77
All governments shall take such steps as may be necessary to ensure that the artificial persons under their jurisdiction do not cause harm, loss or damage to the planetary biosphere. This shall include but is by no means limited to any and all commercial activities in the following areas:
  1. all agricultural chemical products, herbicides, insecticides, chemical fertilisers and synthetic products that result in:
    1. sterilisation of soil species, microorganisms, funghi, bacteria, plants, animal and human organisms, river species, groundwater species and/or ocean species
    2. demineralisation of soil and all species
    3. denaturalization of the self-organized biologic soil systems
  2. depletion of rainforest or the biodiversity thereof
  3. destruction of wilderness and/or rainforest regions for the purposes of:
    1. mass rearing of livestock,
    2. commercial agriculture
    3. extracting oil or any other commercial mining operation
  4. disposal of nuclear waste below the surface of the earth or in space or outside of the physical territory of the nation in which it was generated
  5. oil extraction through ocean floor/sea bed
  6. commercial logging from unsustainable sources
  7. fracking
  8. dredging of harbours, sea beds and ocean floors
  9. anything which depletes, contaminates or disrupts underground water systems
  10. military testing in any manner which is detrimental to the planetary biosphere
  11. biological weaponry or laboratories that work with biological pathogens capable of being weaponised
  12. the use of cetaceans and other creatures for weapon delivery
  13. national or corporate interference with another cultures generational wilderness assets
  14. sale or acquisition of Rainforest regions by a nation or corporation in any manner which is inconsistent with Article
  15. mining systems which cause contamination or pollution of ecosystems or tectonic destabilisation
  16. commercial animal farming using any system based on drug addiction or a predictable breakdown of animal health
  17. production and distribution of genetically modified organisms in any manner
  18. patents or any other form of claim of intellectual property rights over any natural substance
  19. sale or marketing of any consumables which contain, or have used during the manufacturing process, items which are known to be detrimental to human health without adequate and visible product labelling
  20. degradation of ocean food-stocks to such extent as to limit the abundance thereof or to limit natural persons to feed themselves therefrom
Article 78
Appropriate steps for a government to take pursuant to articles 76 and 77 may include:
  1. the immediate suspension of the relevant licenses of any entity which the public record indicates has caused significant harm, loss or damage to individual natural persons, mankind in general and/or planet earth pending the formal determination of a court of competent jurisdiction. An award against such an entity may include an order for the repurposing of any profits issuing from the entity, past, present or future, toward righting the harm, loss or damage caused or, where the crimes hitherto committed are so heinous or where there is no possibility of the entity continuing to operate without continuing to cause harm, loss or damage, the rescission of its artificial personhood and the repurposing of all of its assets toward righting the harm, loss or damage caused, as well as the consideration of criminal actions against the board members of said entity. No shareholder of such an entity ought to be entitled to restitution for loss of income or capital incurred as a result of such action.
  2. the commissioning of assessments of the activities of all corporations which are registered under its jurisdiction, and the preparation of recommendations for any entity which is assessed to be in breach of Articles 76 and/or 77 which would allow the entity in question to remedy any breaches or irregularities. The revocation of the entities artificial personhood and/or revocation of any relevant licenses will become necessary if the entity in question is unable to remedy within a reasonable period of time.
Article 79
For any act carrying a criminal penalty under the common law of the territory committed by an artificial person, which causes harm, loss or damage to a natural person, occurring after the coming into force of the present Treaty, the natural person(s) responsible for the artificial person which causes harm, loss or damage shall be adjudged for the crime as if they had committed it themselves. In the case of a corporation with a board of directors, each board member shall be individually responsible to the same extent.
Article 80
All forms of taxation shall be abolished, excepting such taxes upon corporations as national government may determine supportive to the fulfilment of these provisions.
Article 81
No natural person shall be required to be licensed in order to exercise his or her natural rights, including but not limited to travelling by the appropriate means of the time, conducting private trade, providing sustenance or measures to ensure one's own defence.
In the interest of public safety, governments may issue Travel Bonds for such classes of vehicle (air, land and sea) as they may deem appropriate (or any other such Bond for any other previously licensable activity) and shall do so on such terms as it may deem appropriate to ensure public safety.
Grounds for the revocation of Travel Bonds ought not to include any action which has not caused harm, loss or damage to a natural person or their property, unless such action is so outlandish that to permit the holder to retain the Travel Bond would constitute a significant threat to the public safety.
Article 82
All governments shall cease to issue National Passports and shall instead administer National Travel Passes, according to their own procedure but for the purposes that the bearer be able to travel freely around the globe, without charge, as a man or woman, either through port or otherwise.
Article 83
Every records keeper and registrar of every government shall, upon the request in person of a sovereign man or woman, apostille (for the Supreme Jurisdiction of New Earth Nation) and publically record a Declaration of Sovereignty, made by the requestor, evidencing his or her full sovereign capacity.
Article 84
No licensed medical practitioner shall be bound by any regulation which compliance therewith would, in his professional opinion, limit his or her capacity to offer the most appropriate treatment available.
Article 85
Every regulatory body governing the practice of medical professionals shall immediately revoke any and all regulations which require medical professionals to administer allopathic medicine where a more suitable naturopathic alternative is known to be available, or any regulation which through ordinary diligence the regulatory body ought to know is not beneficial to the proper care of patients.
Article 86
No licensed medical professional may deny treatment to a natural person for want of monetary reward.
This Treaty was opened for ratification on 21st Day of June 2014 and has been duly ratified by more than two sovereign micro-nations thereby establishing the supreme jurisdiction of New Earth Nation upon the Earth, under the guiding principles of Natural Law.
All sovereign nations and sovereign micro-nations who subsequently ratify this Treaty shall be entitled to the same rights as those who ratified it at its opening.
The New Earth Treaty is automatically ratified when you make a New Earth Declaration of Sovereignty.

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