FOR THE CHARTER OF THE COMMONWEALTH *( FOR THE DEFINITION OF THE WORD-“We” IS WITH THIS CHARTER OF THE

COMMONWEALTH) [SEE DEFINITION AT THE END OF THIS CLAIM] FOR THE WE-PEOPLE(*) OF THE COMMONWEALTH IS WITH THE [RE]COGNITION / KNOWLEDGE: WITHIN AN ERA OF THE CHANGE-ECONOMY-CIRCUMSTANCES AND BY THE [UN]CERTAINTY, WITH THE NEW-TRADE AND WITH THE ECONOMY-PATTERNS, AND WITH THE [UN]PRECEDENCETHREATS AGAINST THE PEACE AND AGAINST THE SECURITY, AND WITH THE SURGE WITHIN THE POPULAR DEMANDS FOR THE DI-STRICT[ DEMON-CRACY/ DEMOCRACY/DE-MOCRACY], HUMANRIGHTS/HUMAN-RITES AND WITH THE MULTIPLICATION-ECONOMY-OPPORTUNITY(S), WITH THE POTENTIAL AND OF THE NEED FOR THE COMMONWEALTH - AS THE COMPULSION-FORCE FOR THE ADVANTAGE/ADVANCE AND AS THE EFFECT-NETWORK FOR THE COOPERATION AND FOR THE ADVANCEMENT-DEVELOPMENT- FOR THE EMINENCE, FOR THE SUMMON OF THE COMMONWEALTH IS WITH THE VOLUNTEER-ASSOCIATION OF THE [IN]DEPENDENCE AND WITH THE EQUALITY-SOVEREIGN-STATES, WITH THE AUTHORIZATION / OBLIGATION FOR ITS OWNPOLICY(S),CONSULATION AND WITH THE COOPERATION WITHIN THE COMMONALITY-INTEREST OF THE OUR-PEOPLES AND WITHIN THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL-AGREEMENT AND WITH THE WORLD-PEACE, AND BY THE EMANATION-OF-A-FIDUCIARY’S-MORAL-FORCEINTERNATIONAL-SOCIETY WITH THE BENEFIT OF THE ALL THROUGH THE PURSUIT OF THE COMMONALITY-PRINCIPLES AND OF THE VALUES, FOR THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE SPECIAL-STRENGTH OF THE COMMONWEALTH-LIES WITHIN THE COMBINATION OF THE OUR-DI-VERSITY AND WITH THE OUR-SHARE-[ IN]HERITANCE WITHIN THE LANGUAGE, CULTURE AND WITH THE RULE OF THE LAW(=FICTION); AND BY THE BINDING-GATHERING BY THE SHARE-HISTORY AND BY THE TRADITION; BY THE [RE]SPECT/HONOR FOR THE ALL-STATES AND FOR THE PEOPLES; BY THE SHARE-VALUES AND BY THE PRINCIPLES AND BY THE CONCERN FOR THE VULNERARE[VULNERABILITY DEFINED: THOSE WHO WOUND AND HARM : vulnerable (adj.) c.1600, from Late Latin vulnerabilis "wounding," from Latin vulnerare "to wound," from vulnus (genitive vulneris) "wound," perhaps related to vellere "pluck, to tear." http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=VULNER&searchmode=none ], FOR THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE COMMONWEALTH-WAY IS WITH THE SEARCH-AGREEMENT THROUGH THE CONSULTATION AND WITH THE SHARE OF THE OBSERVATION, WITH THE SPECIALITY THROUGH THE PRACTICE-COOPERATION, AND WITH THE ADVANCEMENT FOR THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE COMMONWEALTH IS WITH THE ONE-PLACE FOR THE SERVICE AS THE MODEL AND AS THE CATALYST FOR THE NEWFORMS OF THE FRIENDSHIP[ FRIEND: TO LOVE TO FAVOR + SHIP: STATE OR CONDITION OF BEING] AND OF THE COOPERATION WITHIN THE SPIRIT OF THE CHARTER OF THE UNITYNATIONS[UNITED NATIONS], FOR THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE ROLE OF THE COMMONWEALTH AS THE [RE]COGNITION-INTERGOVERNMENT[AL]-CHAMPION OF THE SMALL-STATES, FOR THE ADVOCATE/[AD]VOCATION [advocate (n.) mid-14c., "one whose profession is to plead cases in a court of justice," a technical term from Roman law, from Old French avocat "barrister, advocate, spokesman," from Latin advocatus "one called to aid; a pleader, advocate," noun use of pp. of advocare "to call" (as witness or advisor) from ad- "to" (see ad-) + vocare "to call," related to vocem (see voice (n.)). Also in Middle English as "one who intercedes for another," and "protector, champion, patron." Feminine forms advocatess, advocatrice were in use in 15c.- http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=advocate&allowed_in_frame=0 ; vocation (n.) early 15c., "spiritual calling," from Latin vocationem (nominative vocatio), literally "a calling," from vocatus "called," pp. of vocare "to call" (see voice). Sense of "one's occupation or profession" is first attested 1550s.http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=VOCATION&searchmode=none

] FOR THEIR SPECIALITY-NEEDS; FOR THE CLAIM-POLICY-[AD]VICE UPON THE POLITICS,ECONOMY AND UPON THE SOCIETY-DEVELOPMENT-ISSUES; AND FOR THE LIVERY OF THE TECHNOLOGY-[AS]SISTANCE, FOR THE WELCOME OF THE VALUE-CONTRIBUTION OF THE NETWORK OF THE MANY-INTERGOVERNMENT[AL],PARLIAMENT, [PRO]FESSION[AL] AND OF THE CIVIL-SOCIETY-BODY-WITCH-ALLEGIANCE OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND OF THE WITCHSUBSCRIPTION AND OF THE [AD]HERENCE/OBEDIENCE WITH ITS VALUES AND WITH ITS PRINCIPLES, FOR THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE VALIDITY AND OF THE OUR-COMMITMENT WITH THE VALUES AND WITH THE PRINCIPLES OF THE COMMONWEALTH AS THE [DE]FINITIONS AND OF THE STRENGTH OVER THE YEARS WITH THIS ADVANCEMENT: [The Singapore Declaration of the Commonwealth Principles] / FOR THE SINGAPORE PUBLICATION OF THE COMMONWEALTH PRINCIPLES, [The Harare Commonwealth Declaration] / FOR THE CLAIM OF THE HARARE-COMMONWEALTH, [The Langkawi Declaration on the Environment] / FOR THE CLAIM OF THE LANGKAWI-OF-THE-ENVIRONMENT , [The Millbrook Action Programme] FOR THE MILLBROOK-ACTION-PROGRAMME, [The Latimer House Principles] FOR THE LATIMER HOUSE OF THE PRINCIPLES, [The Aberdeen Agenda] FOR THE ABERDEEN-AGENDA, [The Trinindad and Tobago Affirmation of Commonwealth Values and Principles] FOR THE TRINIDAD AND THE TOBAGO FOR THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE COMMONWEALTH-VALUES AND OF THE PRINCIPLES, [The Munyonyo Statement on Respect and Understanding] FOR THE MUNYONYO STATEMENT FOR THE HONOR AND FOR THE AGREEMENT, [The Lake Victoria Commonwealth Climate Change Action Plan] FOR THE LAKE VICTORIA-COMMONWEALTH-CLIMATE-CHANGEACTION-PLAN, [ The Perth Declaration on Food Security Principles] FOR THE PERTH CLAIM FOR THE FOOD-SECURITY-PRINCIPLES, AND [The Commonwealth Declaration on Investing in Young People] FOR THE COMMONWEALTH-PUBLICATION UPON THE VESTMENT WITHIN THE YOUNG-PEOPLE, FOR THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE OUR-CORE-COMMONWEALTH-PRINCIPLES OF THE CONSENSUS/AGREEMENT AND OF THE COMMON-ACTION, BY THE MUTUAL[RE]SPECT/MUTUAL-HONOR[mutual (n.) short for mutual fund, 1971; see mutual. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=MUTUAL&searchmode=none ; fund (n.) 1660s, from French fond "a bottom, floor, ground" (12c.), also "a merchant's basic stock or capital," from Latin fundus "bottom, foundation, piece of land," from PIE root *bhudh"bottom, base" (cf. Sanskrit budhnah, Greek pythmen "foundation, bottom," Old English botm "lowest part;" see bottom (n.)). Funds "money at one's disposal" is from 1728. Fund-raiser (also fundraiser) first attested 1957.http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=MUTUAL+FUND&searchmode= none ],ADVANCEMENT,TRANSPARENCY/CLEAR-CONDUCT, [AC]COUNTABILITY, LEGITIMACY, AND BY THE AVERMENTS, FOR THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE CORE-VALUES AND OF THE PRINCIPLES OF THE COMMONWEALTH BY THE PUBLICATION BY THIS CHARTER: ~1 FOR THE DEMOCRACY: FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION/KNOWLEDGE IS WITH THE [IN]ALIEN[ABLE]RIGHT/ALIEN[ABLE]-RITE ["foreigner, citizen of a foreign land," from alien (adj.)http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=alien&allowed_in_frame=0 ] OF THE [IN]DI-VIDUALS / BEINGS / VESSELS /CLAIMS / PERSUASIONS FOR THE PARTICIPATION WITHIN THE DI-STRICT [PRO]-CESS [DEMOCRACY-PROCESSES (democratic (adj.) c.1600, from French démocratique, from

Medieval Latin democraticus, from Greek demokratikos "of or for democracy; favoring democracy," from demokratia (see democracy). Earlier was democratian (1570s). originally "district" (see demotic), + kratos "rule, strength" ] WITHIN THE PARTICULARITY THROUGH THE FREE AND THROUGH THE FAIR-ELECTIONS WITHIN THE SHAPE OF THE SOCIETY WITHIN THE WITCH-OFTHEIR-REALITY/ WITHIN THE WITCH-OF-THEIR-BEING. FOR THE GOVERNMENTS,POLITICS-PARTY AND OF THE CIVIL-SOCIETY ARE WITH THE OBLIGATION FOR THE ADHERENCE AND FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE DI-STRICT-CULTURE[ DEMOCRACY CULTURE = POPULAR GOVERNMENT CULTURE = (POPULAR) BELONGING TO THE PEOPLE, (GOVERNMENT) ACT OF RULING OR GOVERNING, (CULTURE) THE TILLING OF THE LAND = BELONGING TO THE PEOPLE RULING/GOVERNING THE TILLING OF THE LAND , DISTRICT RULE/STRENGTH BELONGING TO THE PEOPLE RULING/GOVERNING THE TILLING OF THE LAND , COMMON PEOPLE RULE/GOVERN THE TILLING OF THE LAND.] AND OF THE PRACTICES ARE WITH THE [AC]COUNTABILITY BEFORE THE PUBLIC WITHIN THIS CONCERN. FOR THE PARLIAMENTS [ parliament (n.) c.1300, "consultation; formal conference, assembly," from Old French parlement (11c.), originally "a speaking, talk," from parler "to speak" (see parley (n.)); spelling altered c.1400 to conform with Medieval Latin parliamentum. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=PARLIAMENT&searchmode=no ne ; the word Parliament means “Speaking Lies” from the French words Parler which means to speak, and mentir which means to tell lies. Also the word Politics, poly meaning many; tics are blood-sucking parasites; thus politics means many blood-sucking parasites. http://jahtruth.net/britmon.htm ; mentir: to tell lies - http://dictionary.reverso.net/frenchenglish/mentir ] AND FOR THE CLAIMANT-LOCAL-GOVERNMENTS AND FOR THE MULTIPLICITYFORMS-OF-THE-LOCAL-GOVERNANCE ARE WITH THE ESSENTIAL-ELEMENTS WITHIN THE EXERCISE OF THE DI-STRICT-GOVERNANCE[DEMOCRACY-GOVERNANCE]. FOR THE WE OF THIS ALLEGIANCE IS WITH THE ROLE OF THE COMMONWEALTH-MINISTER-ACTION-GROUP FOR THE [AD]DRESS[ING]-NOW AND FOR THE EFFECT OF THE ALL-[IN]STANCES OF THE IMPORTANCE OR OF THE NOW-VIOLATIONS OF THE COMMONWEALTH-VALUES, WITHOUT THE FEAR OR OF THE THE FAVOR. ~2. FOR THE HUMAN-RIGHTS/HUMAN-RITES FOR THE WE ARE WITH THE COMMITMENT OF THE UNIVERSAL-PUBLICATION-OF-THE-HUMANRIGHTS/ UNIVERSAL-PUBLICATION-OF-THE-HUMAN-RITES, [UNIVERSAL-[DE]CLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS] BY THE RELEVANT-HUMAN-RITES-COVENANTS /RELEVANT-HUMAN-RITESCOVENANTS AND BY THE INTERNATIONAL-DOCUMENTS. FOR THE WE ARE WITH THE COMMITMENT OF THE EQUALITY AND BY THE [RE]SPECT/HONOR FOR THE SAFEGUARD AND FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE CIVIL,POLITICS,ECONOMY,SOCIAL, AND OF THE CULTURE-RIGHTS/ CULTURE-RITES, WITH THE ADDITION OF THE RIGHT/RITE OF THE DEVELOPMENT, FOR THE ALL WITHOUT THE [DIS]CRIMINATION / CRIMINALITY UPON THE GROUNDS AS THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE PEACE, OF THE RIGHT/RITE AND OF THE STABLE-SOCIETY/STABLE-SOCIALS [ STABLE DEFINED: stable (n.) "building where horses or cows are kept," early 13c., "building for domestic animals," from Old French estable "a stable, stall" (also applied to cowsheds and pigsties), from Latin stabulum "a stall, fold, aviary, etc." literally "a standing place," from stem of stare "to stand" (see stet) ; SOCIETY DEFINED: society (n.) 1530s, "friendly association with others," from

Old French societe, from Latin societatem (nominative societas), from socius "companion" (see social). Meaning "group of people living together in an ordered community" is from 1630s. Sense of "fashionable people and their doings" is first recorded 1823]. FOR THE WE OF THIS NOTE IS WITH THESE RIGHTS/RITES ARE WITH THE UNIVERSE[AL], [IN]DI-VISIBLE, INTERDEPENDENCE AND WITH THE INTER-RELATION AND WITHOUT THE TOOL-SELECTION. FOR THE WE ARE WITH THE ADVERSE-ADVERSE [ DEFINED: IMPLACABLE a. NOT APPEASABLE( P.G 367 OXFORD POCKET DICTIONARY ; implacable (adj.) early 15c., from Old French implacable, from Latin implacabilis "unappeasable," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + placabilis "easily appeased" (see placate). Related: Implacably http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=IMPLACABLY&searchmode=non e ] WITH THE ALL-FORMS OF THE [DIS]CRIMATION / CRIMINALITY, WITH THE ROOT WITHIN THE GENDER, RACE, COLOUR, CREED, POLITICS-BELIEF [late 12c., bileave, replacing Old English geleafa "belief, faith," from West Germanic *ga-laubon "to hold dear, esteem, trust" (cf. Old Saxon gilobo, Middle Dutch gelove, Old High German giloubo, German Glaube), from *galaub- "dear, esteemed," from intensive prefix *ga- + *leubh- "to care, desire, like, love" (see love (v.) - Old English lufu "love, affection, friendliness," from Proto-Germanic *lubo (cf. Old High German liubi "joy," German Liebe "love;" Old Norse, Old Frisian, Dutch lof; German Lob "praise;" Old Saxon liof, Old Frisian liaf, Dutch lief, Old High German liob, German lieb, Gothic liufs "dear, beloved").] OR UPON THE MANYGROUNDS. ~3. FOR THE INTERNATIONAL-PEACE AND FOR THE SAFEGUARD FOR THE WE OF THIS CONVICTION IS WITH THE INTERNATIONAL-PEACE AND WITH THE SAFEGUARD, OF THE NOURISHMENT-ECONOMY-GROWTH AND BY THE DEVELOPMENT AND BY THE RULE OF THE LAW(=FICTION) ARE WITH THE ESSENTIAL WITH THE ADVANCEMENT AND WITH THE ADEQUATENESS OF THE ALL. FOR THE WE ARE WITH THE COMMITMENT OF THE NOWEFFECT-MULTIPLICITY-SYSTEM-FOUNDATION UPON THE [AC]COMODATION OF THE EQUITY,JUDICATURE AND UPON THE INTERNATIONAL-LAW AS THE UTMOST-FOUNDATION FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT-AGREEMENT AND FOR THE ADVANCEMENT UPON THE MAJOR-GLOBALCHALLENGES WITH THE ADDITION OF THE PIRACY AND OF THE TERRORISM. FOR THE WE OF THIS ALLEGIANCE-INTERNATIONAL-VOLITION IS WITH THE PEACE AND FOR THE [DIS]ARMAMENT AT THE UNITY-NATIONS[ UNITED NATIONS] AND AT THE MULTIPLICITYINSTITUTIONS. FOR THE WE OF THIS CONTRIBUTION IS WITH THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE INTERNATIONAL-AGREEMENT UPON THE MAJOR-GLOBAL-POLITICS, ECONOMY AND UPON THE SOCIAL-ISSUES. FOR THE WE OF THIS VOLITION IS WITH THE GUIDANCE OF THE OURCOMMITMENT BY THE SAFEGUARD, DEVELOPMENT AND BY ADEQUATENESS OF THE ALL[EVERY]MEMBER-STATE. FOR THE WE OF THIS GAIN IS WITH THE OUR-SOLUTION–CONDEMNATIONFORBIDDANCE OF THE ALL-ACTS OF THE TERRORISM WITHIN THE VARIOUSFORMS/MANIFESTATIONS OR OF THE LOCATION OF THE OCCURRENCE OR BY THE WHOMSOEVERPERPETRATION, WITH THE CONSEQUENCE-TRAGIC-LOSS OF THE HUMAN-LIFE AND WITH THE SEVERE-DAMAGE AGAINST THE POLITICS,ECONOMY AND AGAINST THE SOCIAL-STABLE. FOR TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE OUR-COMMITMENT BY THE TOGETHERNESS/GATHERING AS THE DI-VERSE [ di- (1) word-forming element meaning "two, double, twice," from Greek di-, from dis "twice," related to duo (see two) ; di- (2) word-forming

element meaning "apart, asunder," form of dis- before certain voiced consonants; di- (3) wordforming element meaning "through; thoroughly," form of dia- before vowels]-COMMUNITY OF THE NATIONS, PERSUASIONS AND OF THE COLLECTION UNDER THE AUSPICES[ DEFINED: auspices (n.) plural (and now the usual form) of auspice; 1530s, "observation of birds for the purpose of taking omens," from French auspice (14c.), from Latin auspicum "function of an auspex" (q.v.). Meaning "any indication of the future (especially favorable)" is from 1650s; earlier (1630s) in extended sense of "benevolent influence of greater power, influence exerted on behalf of someone or something," originally in expression under the auspices of. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=AUSPICE&searchmode=none ; omen (n.) 1580s, from Latin omen "foreboding," from Old Latin osmen, of unknown origin; perhaps connected with the root of audire "to hear" [OED] or from PIE *o- "to believe, hold as true" (cf. Greek oiomai "I suppose, think, believe"). http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=OMEN&searchmode=none ] AND OF THE AUTHORITY OF THE UNITY-NATIONS[ UNITED NATIONS], WITH THE ACQUIREMENTCONCERT AND WITH THE SOLUTION-ACTION WITH THE ERADICATION-TERRORISM. ~4. FOR THE TOLERANCE, [RE]SPECT/HONOR AND FOR THE KNOWLEDGE/UNDERSTANDING [ DEFINED: respect (n.) c.1300, from Latin respectus "regard," literally "act of looking back at one," pp. of respicere "look back at, regard, consider," from re- "back" + specere "look at" (see scope (n.1)). http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=rESPECT&searchmode=none ] FOR THE WE OF THE EMPHASIS IS WITH THE NEED OF THE ADVANCEMENTTOLERANCE,[RE]SPECT/ HONOR, AGREEMENT/UNDERSTAND/STANCE, MODERATION AND OF THE SPRITUAL-FREEDOM-WITCH ARE WITH THE ESSENTIAL WITH THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE FREE AND OF THE DI-STRICT-SOCIETY [ DEMOCRACY-SOCIETIES: DEFINED: social (n.) "friendly gathering," 1870, from social (adj.) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=social&allowed_in_frame=0 ] AND WITH THE SUMMON OF THE [RE]/SPECT/HONOR FOR THE DIGNITY OF THE ALL-HUMAN-BEINGS IS WITH THIS CRITIC FOR THE ADVANCEMENT-PEACE AND BY THE PROSPERITY. FOR THE WE OF THIS ACCEPTANCE IS WITH THE DI-VERSITY AND WITH THE UNDERSTANDING/AGREEMENT OF THE ABUNDANCE/RICHES OF THE OUR-MULTIPLE-PERSUASIONS / OUR-MULTIPLE-IDENTITY(S) ARE WITH THE FOUNDATION[ REPLACING FUNDAMENTAL DEFINED: fundamental (adj.) mid-15c., "primary, original, pertaining to a foundation," modeled on Late Latin fundamentalis "of the foundation," from Latin fundamentum "foundation" (see fundament). Fundamentals "primary principles or rules" of anything is from 1630s. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=FUNDAMENTAL&searchmode= none ; fundament (n.) late 13c., "buttocks, anus," from Old French fondement "foundation, bottom; anus" (12c.), from Latin fundamentum "a foundation," from fundare "to found" (see bottom). So called because it is where one sits. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=fundament&allowed_in_frame=0 ] WITH THE COMMONWEALTH’S-PRINCIPLES AND WITH THE SOLUTION /[AP]PROACH [ DEFINED: approach (n.) mid-15c., from approach (v.). Figurative sense of "means of handling a problem, etc." is first attested 1905. ~6 OF THE ~ 16

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=APPROACH&searchmode=none ]. ~5 FOR THE FREEDOM OF THE STATEMENT FOR THE WE ARE WITH THIS COMMITMENT WITH THE PEACE, OPEN-DI-ALOGUE/ SHOW[dialogue (n.) early 13c., "literary work consisting of a conversation between two or more persons," from Old French dialoge, from Latin dialogus, from Greek dialogos "conversation, dialogue," related to dialogesthai "converse," from dia- "across" (see dia-) + legein "speak" (see lecture (n.)). Sense broadened to "a conversation" c.1400. Mistaken belief that it can only mean "conversation between two persons" is from confusion of dia- and di- (1). A word for "conversation between two persons" is the hybrid duologue (1864). http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=DIALOGUE&searchmode=none] AND WITH THE FREEDOM FOR THE GIVING OF THE KNOWLEDGE[FREE FLOW OF INFORMATION], WITH THE ADDITION THROUGH THE FREEDOM AND THROUGH THE AUTHORIZATION-MEDIA, AND WITH THE ADVANCEMENT/ENHANCEMENT OF THE DI-STRICT-TRADITIONS[DEMOCRATICPROCESSES DEFINED: tradition (n.) late 14c., from Old French tradicion (late 13c.), from Latin traditionem (nominative traditio) "delivery, surrender, a handing down," from traditus, pp. of tradere "deliver, hand over," from trans- "over" (see trans-) + dare "to give" (see date (n.1)). The word is a doublet of treason (q.v.). The notion in the modern sense of the word is of things "handed down" from generation to generation. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=TRADITION&searchmode=non e ] AND WITH THE STRENGTH-DI-STRICT-CLAIMS. ~6 FOR THE SEPARATION OF THE POWERS FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION IS WITH THE IMPORTANCE OF THE MAINTENANCE OF THE HONOR-HONESTY[ [IN]TEGRITY DEFINED: integrity (n.) c.1400, "innocence, blamelessness; chastity, purity," from Old French integrité or directly from Latin integritatem (nominative integritas) "soundness, wholeness, blamelessness," from integer "whole" (see integer). Sense of "wholeness, perfect condition" is mid-15c. – QUANTUM DEFINTION OF INNOCENCE = IN–NO–SENSE = NO–NO– SENSE http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=INTEGRITY&searchmode=none ] OF THE ROLES OF THE LEGISLATURE, ADMINISTRATIVE AND OF THE JUDICATURE. FOR THESE ROLES OF THE LEGISLATURE, ADMINISTRATIVE AND OF THE JUDICATURE ARE WITH THE GUARANTORS WITHIN THEIR SCOPE-SPHERES OF THE RULE OF THE LAW(=FICTION), WITH THE ADVANCEMENT AND WITH THE SAFEGUARD OF THE FOUNDATION-HUMAN-RIGHTS/ FOUNDATIONHUMAN-RITES AND OF THE ADHERENCE BY THE ADVANTAGE-GOVERNANCE. ~7 FOR THE RULE OF THE LAW [ DEFINED: rule (n.) early 13c., "principle or maxim governing conduct," from Old French riule, from Vulgar Latin *regula, from Latin regula "straight stick, bar, ruler, pattern," related to regere "to rule, straighten, guide" (see regal). Replaced Old English wealdan. Meaning "regulation governing play of a game, etc." is from 1690s. Phrase rule of thumb first attested 1690s. Rule of law

"supremacy of impartial and well-defined laws to any individual's power" is from 1883. Meaning "Strip used for making straight lines" is recorded from mid-14c. Typography sense is attested from 1680s. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=RULE&searchmode=none ; LAW DEFINED: law (n.) Old English lagu (plural laga, comb. form lah-) "law, ordinance, rule, regulation; district governed by the same laws," from Old Norse *lagu "law," collective plural of lag "layer, measure, stroke," literally "something laid down or fixed," from Proto-Germanic *lagan "put, lay" (see lay (v.)). Replaced Old English æ and gesetnes, which had the same sense development as law. Cf. also statute, from Latin statuere; German Gesetz "law," from Old High German gisatzida; Lithuanian istatymas, from istatyti "set up, establish." In physics, from 1660s. Law and order have been coupled since 1796. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=LAW&searchmode=none ] FOR THE WE OF THE LACK-OF-THE-CONVICTION IS WITHIN THE RULE OF THE LAW(= FICTION) AS AN ESSENTIAL-SAFEGUARD FOR THE PEOPLE OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND AS AN ASSURANCE OF THE LIMITATION AND THE [AC]COUNTABILITY-GOVERNMENT. WITHIN THE PARTICULARITY OF THE WE-ALLEGIANCE IS WITH AN INDEPENDENCE, FAIR-JURY, JUST-JURY, EQUITABLE-JURY, HONESTY, FAIRNESS AND OF THE COMPETENCE OF THE JUDICATURE AND WITH THE [RE]COGNITION/AGREEMENT OF AN INDEPENDENCE, EFFECT AND OF THE COMPETENCE-LEGALSYSTEM IS WITH THE INTEGER [integer (n.) "a whole number" (opposed to fraction), 1570s, from Latin integer (adj.) "whole, complete," figuratively, "untainted, upright," literally "untouched," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + root of tangere "to touch" (see tangent) http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=INTEGER&searchmode=none] WITH THE ADHERENCE WITH THE RULE OF THE LAW(=FICTION), BY THE GENERATION-PUBLICCONFIDENCE AND BY THE CHARGE OF THE JUDICATURE. ~ 8 FOR THE ADVANTAGE-GOVERNANCE FOR THE WE OF THIS GAIN IS WITH THIS COMMITMENT BY THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE ADVANTAGE- GOVERNANCE THROUGH THE RULE OF THE LAW(=FICTION), WITH THE ASSURANCETRANSPARENCY/SHOWING AND WITH THE [AC]COUNTABILITY AND WITH THE ROOT-OUT [ DEFINED: root (n.) "underground part of a plant," late Old English rot, from Old Norse rot "root," from Proto-Germanic *wrot, *vrot (with characteristic loss of -w- before -r-), from PIE *wrd-. The Old English cognate was wyrt "root, herb, plant" (see wort); also cognate with Latin radix. The usual Old English words for "root" were wyrttruma and wyrtwala. Figurative use is from c.1200. Of teeth, hair, etc., from early 13c. Mathematical sense is from 1550s. Slang meaning "penis" is recorded from 1846. Root beer first recorded 1841, American English; root doctor is from 1821. Root cap is from 1875. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=ROOT&searchmode=none ], WITH THE TWAIN AT THE NATIONAL-LEVEL AND BY THE INTERNATIONAL-LEVELS, OF THE SYSTEM AND OF THE SYSTEM-CORRUPTION[ DEFINED: corruption (n.) mid-14c., of material things, especially dead bodies, also of the soul, morals, etc., from Latin corruptionem (nominative corruptio), noun of action from pp. stem of corrumpere (see corrupt). Of public offices from early 15c.; of language from late 15c. -

http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=CORRUPTION&searchmode=no ne ] ~ 9 FOR THE SUSTENENCE-DEVELOPMENT FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION IS WITH THE SUSTENENCE-DEVELOPMENT OF THE ASSISTANCE BY THE ERADICATION-POVERTY BY THE PURSUIT OF THE PARTICIPATION / ACCOMODATION WITH THE GROWTH AND WITH THE WHILE-PRESERVATION AND WITH THE WHILE-CONSERVATION-NATURE- ECOSYSTEMS AND WITH THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE SOCIALEQUITY [ DEFINED: equity (n.) early 14c., from Old French equite (13c.), from Latin aequitatem (nominative aequitas) "equality, conformity, symmetry, fairness," from aequus "even, just, equal" (see equal). As the name of a system of law, 1590s, from Roman naturalis aequitas, the general principles of justice which corrected or supplemented the legal codes. ]. FOR THE WE OF THIS STRESS IS WITH THE IMPORTANCE OF THE NOURISHMENT-ECONOMY AND OF THE SOCIALTRANSFORMATION BY THE ELIMINATION-POVERTY AND BY THE OBLIGATION OF THE BASICNEEDS[ BASIC DEFINED: N. COMPUTER LANGUAGE USING FAMILIAR ENGLISH WORDS – PG. 55 OXFORD POCKET DICTIONARY] OF THE WASTE-MAJORITY [ WASTE REPLACING VAST; VAST DEFINED: vast (adj.) 1570s, from Middle French vaste, from Latin vastus "immense, extensive, huge," also "desolate, unoccupied, empty." ; waste (n.) c.1200, "desolate regions," from Old French wast, from Latin vastum, neuter of vastus "waste" (see waste (v.)). Replaced Old English westen, woesten "a desert, wilderness," from the Latin word. Meaning "useless expenditure" is recorded from c.1300; MAJOR DEFINED: major (n.) - military rank, 1640s, from French major, short for sergent-major, originally a higher rank than at present, from Medieval Latin major "chief officer, magnate, superior person," from Latin maior "an elder, adult," noun use of the adjective (see major (adj.)). The musical sense attested by 1797. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=major&allowed_in_frame=0 ; majority (n.) 1550s, "condition of being greater, superiority," from Middle French majorité (16c.), from Medieval Latin majoritatem (nominative majoritas) "majority," from Latin maior "greater" (see major (adj.)). Sense of "state of being of full age" is attested from 1560s; meaning "greater number or part" (of votes, etc.) first recorded 1690s. The majority "the dead" recorded from 1719. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=MAJORITY&searchmode=none ] OF THE PEOPLE OF THE WORLD AND WITH THE GAIN OF THE ECONOMY AND OF THE SOCIALADVANCEMENT-ENHANCEMENT WITH THE SUSTENENCE OF THE DI-STRICT [DEMOCRACY]. FOR THE WE ARE WITH THIS COMMITMENT OF QUIT OF THE LACK-OF-THE-EQUALITY / THE [DIS]PARITY [ DEFINED: parity (n.) 1570s, "equality of rank or status," from Middle French parité (14c.) or directly from Late Latin paritas "equality," from Latin adjective par (genitive paris) "equal" (see pair (n.)). Meaning "condition in which adversaries have equal resources" is from 1955, originally in reference to the U.S.A. and the U.S.S.R. ; disparity (n.) 1550s, from Middle French disparité (16c.), from Late Latin disparitatem (nominative disparitas) "inequality," from dis- "not" (see dis-) + paritas "parity" (see parity). Related: Disparities http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=PARITY&searchmode=none ] AND WITH THE-LACK-OF-THE-QUALITY-OF-THE-LIFE-STANDARDS AS THE GUIDANCE BY THE INTERNATIONAL-AGREEMENT-DEVELOPMENT-GOALS. FOR THE WE OF THIS ALL IS WITH THE COMMITMENT OF THE BUILDING-ECONOMY-[RE]SILIENCE ( DEFINED: resilience (n.) 1620s,

from Latin resiliens, prp. of resilire "to rebound, recoil," from re- "back" (see re-) + salire "to jump, leap" (see salient). Cf. result. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=RESILIENCE&searchmode=non e ; salient (adj.) 1560s, "leaping," a heraldic term, from Latin salientem (nominative saliens), prp. of salire "to leap," from PIE root *sel- "to jump" (cf. Greek hallesthai "to leap," Middle Irish saltraim "I trample," and probably Sanskrit ucchalati "rises quickly"). The meaning "pointing outward" (preserved in military usage) is from 1680s; that of "prominent, striking" first recorded 1840, from salient point (1670s), which refers to the heart of an embryo, which seems to leap, and translates Latin punctum saliens, going back to Aristotle's writings. Hence, the "starting point" of anything.] AND WITH THE ADVANCEMENT-SOCIAL-EQUITY, AND THE WE OF THIS GAIN IS WITH THE VALUE WITHIN THE TECHNOLOGY-ASSISTANCE, CAPACITY-BUILDING AND WITH THE PRACTICECOOPERATION WITHIN THE ADVANCEMENT-DEVELOPMENT. FOR THE WE ARE WITH THIS COMMITMENT BY THE EFFECT, EQUITY, RULES-BASE[D]-MULTIPLICITY-TRADING-SYSTEM, OF THE FREEDOM BY THE POSSIBILITY OF THE FLOW OF THE MULTIPLICITY-TRADE UPON THE TERMSFAIR AND UPON THE EQUITY WITH THE ALL, WITH THE CLAIM OF THE [AC]COUNT WITH THE SPECIAL-CLAIM OF THE SMALL-STATES AND OF THE DEVELOPMENT-COUNTRY(S). FOR THE WE OF THE ALL IS WITH THE [RE]COGNITION OF THE IMPORTANCE OF THE GIVING OF THE KNOWLEDGE AND OF THE COMMUNICATIONS-TECHNOLOGY AS THE POWER-INSTRUMENTS OF THE DEVELOPMENT; FOR THE LIVERY OF THE SAVINGS, EFFECIENCY AND FOR THE GROWTH WITHIN THE OUR-ECONOMY, AS THE WELL AS THE ADVANCEMENT-EDUCATION, LEARNING AND WITH THE SHARE OF THE CULTURE. FOR THE WE ARE WITH THIS COMMITMENT OF THE STRENGTH OF ITS USE WITH THE WHILE-ENHANCEMENT OF ITS SECURITY, FOR THE PURPOSE OF THE ADVANCMENT OF THE OUR-SOCIETY. ~10 FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE ENVIRONMENT FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION IS WITH THE IMPORTANCE OF THE SAFEGUARD AND OF THE CONSERVATION OF THE OUR-NATURE-ECOSYSTEMS AND WITH THE TRUTH OF THE OATH IS WITH THE CLAIM OF THE SUSTENENCE-MANAGEMENT OF THE NATURE-ENVIRONMENT IS WITH THE KEY WITH THE SUSTENENCE-HUMAN-DEVELOPMENT. FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION IS WITH THE IMPORTANCE OF MULTIPLICITY-COOPERATION, SUSTENENCE-COMMITMENT, AND OF THE COLLECTION-ACTION, WITHIN THE PARTICULARITY BY THE [AD]DRESS[ING] OF THE ADAPTATION AND OF THE MITIGATION-CHALLENGES OF THE CLIMATE-CHANGE AND WITH THE EASE OF THE DEVELOPMENT, DIFFUSION AND BY THE [DE]PLOYMENT OF THE CONTRIBUTIONENVIRONMENT-FRIEND-TECHNOLOGY AND BY THE [RE]NEW[ABLE]-ENERGY, AND BY THE FORBIDDANCE OF THE DUMP OF THE TOXIC-WASTE AND OF THE HAZARDOUS-WASTE AND BY THE FORBIDDANCE AND BY THE MITIGATION OF THE EROSION AND THE [DE]SERTIFICATION(CERTIFICATION). ~11 FOR THE ACCESS OF THE HEALTH,EDUCATION, FOOD AND OF THE SHELTER FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION IS WITH THE NECESSITY [late 14c., "constraining power of circumstances," from Old French necessité "need, necessity; privation, poverty; distress, torment; obligation, duty" (12c.), from Latin necessitatem (nominative necessitas) "compulsion, need for

attention, unavoidableness, destiny," http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=NECESSITY&searchmode=none ] OF THE [AC]CESS [cess (n.) "tax, levy," 1530s, short for assess (q.v.).] WITH THE [AF]FORD[ABLE]-HEALTH-CARE[ford (n.) Old English ford "shallow place where water can be crossed," from Proto-Germanic *furdhus (cf. Old Frisian forda, Old High German furt, German Furt "ford"), from PIE *prtus (cf. Latin portus "harbor," originally "entrance, passage;" ] CLAIMAUTHORIZATION / RIGHT-OF-THE-AVAILABILITY OF THE HEALTH-CARE, EDUCATION, CLEANDRINKING-WATER , SANITATION AND WITH THE HOUSING FOR THE ALL-CITIZEN-VESSELS AND WITH THE EMPHASIS BY THE IMPORTANCE OF THE ADVANCEMENT-HEALTH AND OF THE WELLBEING WITHIN THE COMBAT-COMMUNICATION-SICKNESS-[DIS]-EASES AND OF THE COMBATNON-COMMUNICATION-SICKNESS-[DIS]-EASES. FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION IS WITH THE RIGHT/RITE OF THE EVERYONE WITH THE ACCESS OF THE SAFE,SUFFICIENT AND WITH THE NUTRITIOUS- FOOD-NOURISHMENT, WITH THE CONSISTENCY WITH THE ADVANCEMENTREALIZATION OF THE RIGHT/RITE WITH THE ADEQUATE FOOD WITHIN THE CONTEXT OF THE NATIONAL-FOOD-SAFEGUARD. ~12 FOR THE GENDER-EQUALITY FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION IS WITH THAT GENDER-EQUALITY AND WITH THE WOMEN’S-POWER ARE WITH THE ESSENTIAL-COMPONENTS OF THE HUMAN-DEVELOPMENT AND WITH THE BASIC-HUMAN-RIGHTS / BASIC-HUMAN-RITES. FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF THE WOMEN’S-RIGHTS / WOMEN’S-RITES IS WITH THE EDUCATION OF THE GIRLS [girl (n.) c.1300, gyrle "child" (of either sex), of unknown origin; current scholarship [OED says] leans toward an unrecorded Old English *gyrele, from Proto-Germanic *gurwilon-, diminutive of *gurwjoz (apparently also represented by Low German gære "boy, girl," Norwegian dialectal gorre, Swedish dialectal gurre "small child," though the exact relationship, if any, between all these is obscure), from PIE *ghwrgh-, also found in Greek parthenos "virgin." http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=GIRL&searchmode=none ] ARE WITH THE CRITIC-[PRE=NO]CONDITIONS FOR THE EFFECT AND FOR THE SUSTENENCEDEVELOPMENT. ~13 FOR THE IMPORTANCE OF THE YOUNG-PEOPLE WITHIN THE COMMONWEALTH [ YOUNG DEFINED: young (n.) "young animals collectively, offspring," late 15c., from young (adj.).http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=YOUNG&searchmode=none ] FOR THE WE OF THIS [RE]COGNITION IS WITH THE POSITIVE AND WITH THE ACTIVE-ROLE AND WITH THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE YOUNG-PEOPLE WITHIN THE ADVANCEMENT-DEVELOPMENT, PEACE, DI-STRICT [DEMOCRACY] AND WITHIN THE SAFEGUARD AND WITHIN THE ADVANCEMENT[OTHER]COMMONWEALTH-VALUES, WITH THE LIKE OF THE TOLERANCE AND OF THE UNDERSTANDING / AGREEMENT, WITH THE ADDITION OF THE HONOR/[RE]SPECT FOR THE [OTHER] CULTURES. FOR THE FUTURES-SUCCESS OF THE COMMONWEALTH-RESTS[rest (n.1) "sleep," Old English ræste, reste "rest, bed, intermission of labor, mental peace,"] IS WITH THE DURATION-COMMITMENT AND WITH THE CONTRIBUTIONS OF THE YOUNG-PEOPLE WITHIN THE

ADVANCEMENT AND OF THE SUSTENENCE OF THE COMMONWEALTH AND WITHIN ITS VALUES AND WITH ITS PRINCIPLES, AND WITH THE WE-COMMITMENT WITH THE VESTMENT WITHIN THE ADVANCEMENT OF THEIR DEVELOPMENT, WITH THE PARTICULARITY THROUGH THE CREATION OF THE OPPOTUNIY/CLAIM FOR THE YOUNG-PEOPLE’S-EMPLOYMENT AND FOR THEIR CONTRACTORS. ~ 14 FOR THE [RE]COGNITION OF THE NEEDS OF THE SMALL STATES FOR THE WE ARE WITH THIS COMMITMENT OF THE ASSISTANCE-SMALL AND WITH THE DEVELOPMENT-STATES WITHIN THE COMMONWEALTH, WITH THE ADDITION OF THE PARTICULARITY-NEEDS OF THE SMALL-ISLAND–DEVELOPMENT-STATES, WITHIN THE TACKLE [ DEFINED: tackle (v.) mid-14c., "entangle, involve," from tackle (n.). Sense of "to furnish (a ship) with tackles" is from c.1400; meaning "to harness a horse" is recorded from 1714. The meaning "lay hold of, come to grips with, attack" is attested from 1828, described by Webster that year as "a common popular use of the word in New England, though not elegant;" figurative sense of "try to deal with" (a task or problem) is from 1840. http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=TACKLING&searchmode=none ] OF THEIR PARTICULARITY-ECONOMY, ENERGY, CLIMATE-CHANGE AND WITHIN THEIR SECURITY-CHALLENGES, AND WITHIN THE BUILDING OF THEIR [RE]SILIENCE FOR THE FUTURES.[ futures (n.) "goods sold on agreement for future delivery," 1880; see future. ; future (adj.) late 14c., from Old French futur, from Latin futurus "going to be, yet to be," as a noun, "the future," irregular suppletive future participle of esse "to be," from PIE *bheue- (see be). The English noun (late 14c.) is modeled on Latin futura, neuter plural of futurus.http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=FUTURE&searchmode=none ] ~15 FOR THE [RE]COGNITION OF THE NEEDS OF THE VULNERARE[VULNERABLE]-STATES [ VULNERABLE DEFINITION: vulnerable (adj.) c.1600, from Late Latin vulnerabilis "wounding," from Latin vulnerare "to wound," from vulnus (genitive vulneris) "wound," perhaps related to vellere "pluck, to tear." ] FOR THE WE ARE WITH THIS COMMITMENT OF THE COLLABORATION BY THE FIND-WAYS BY THE CLAIM-INTERVENTION-ASSISTANCE /IMMEDIACY-OF-THE-ASSISTANCE OF THE POOR AND OF THE FOREMOST-VULNERARE WITH THE ACCOMODATION OF THE LEAST-DEVELOPMENT-COUNTRY(S), AND BY THE DEVELOPMENT-AVERMENTS BY THE SAFEGUARD OF THE PEOPLE-FOREMOST AT-THERISK.

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*[The "royal we" (use of plural pronoun to denote oneself) is at least as old as "Beowulf" (c.725) -; Beowulf ; Old English beo wulf, literally "bee-wolf," "a wolf to bees;" a kenning for "bear." See bee (n.) + wolf (n.); bee (n.) stinging insect," http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=bee&allowed_in_frame=0 ; Wolves as a symbol of lust are ancient, e.g. Roman slang lupa "whore," literally "she-wolf" (preserved in Spanish loba, Italian lupa, French louve). The equation of "wolf" and "prostitute, sexually voracious female" persisted into 12c., but by Elizabethan times wolves had become primarily symbolic of male lust. The specific use of wolf for "sexually aggressive male" first recorded 1847; wolf-whistle first attested 1952. The image of a wolf in sheep's skin is attested from c.1400. See here for a discussion of "wolf" in IndoEuropean history. - http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?term=wolf&allowed_in_frame=0 ; This phrasing also turns up in some Hittite texts. Punishment by exile and "wargness" is usually reserved for heinous crimes like digging up graves or oath-breaking. But Jaan Puhvel shows that the Hittite word for "wolf" is not the one that relates to warg. It's the word hurkel in the Hittite laws that has etymological relationship with warg. This word means a sex-offender. ; Nonetheless, the wolf has long been associated with certain anti-social human behaviors: lack of decency, overwhelming sexual and other appetite, digging up graves (no sense of propriety), turning on brother wolf (no ability to honor an oath) - http://www.etymonline.com/wolf.php ; bear (n.) Old English bera "bear," from Proto-Germanic *beron, literally "the brown (one)" http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=BEAR&searchmode=none ; http://www.scribd.com/doc/50037855/2010-2469373-634879-U-20100729-PURACQ - ACTIVE LIEN , CERTIFIED by the Commonwealth of Kentucky on Elizabeth Alexandra Mary Windsor Mountbatten Battenburg.( July 27, 2010) ; http://www.scribd.com/doc/96229566/Acknowledge-STATEMENT-OFCLAIM-by-UCC-office-Against-Elizabeth-Alexandra-Mary-Windsor-Mountbatten-BattenburgMISNOMER-Queen-Elizabeth-II - CERTIFIED Statement of Claim against Elizabeth II.( 5/25/2012) ;
http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=vrPJ8v_zJj4 - :Matriarch:Diani-Naja:Bey-El:( R)(C)TM of the :At-sik-hata :Nation of :Yamassee-Moors VIDEO NOTICE to [FRAUD QUEEN] Elizabeth II - Alexandra Mary Windsor Mountbatten Battenburg to take her and her Agents and Leave Turtle Island, :Atlan, Amexem, Utla, Hexian, Muu-Lan, Land of the Frogs, Egypt of the West; Elizabeth II - Alexandra Mary Windsor Mountbatten Battenburg to take her and her Agents They are NO LONGER WELCOME here on Turtle Island, :Atlan, Amexem, Utla, Hexian, Muu-Lan, Land of the Frogs, Egypt of the West. B; United States, Canada &

Mexico to the Middle of the :Atlantic Ocean?( Date of Corporate Exportation: March 17, 2008 see: http://sites.google.com/site/authenticexport/atsikhata-1 ; FURTHER, being that Canada has Already given away its Sovereignty to the United States( a Federal Corporation - see: http://www.eutimes.net/2011/02/obama-creates-worlds-first-superstate-with-us-canada-merger/ ; 28 USC sec 3002(15)) this automatically puts the Corporation Called 'Canada' and its 'Citizens' / 'citizens' under the jurisdiction of the United States Corporation. On September 9, 2008 I, :Plenipotentiary/ :Universal-Postamaster-General / :Chief:Nanya-Shaabu:El:(R)(c)TM VOIDED out the 1492 PAPAL BULL see:- http://kemit19.googlepages.com/knowledgetothevatican ; ] :Plenipotentiary:Universal-Postmaster:Nanya-Shaabu:El: -Quantum-Claim :COPYCLAIM: March ~15 ~2013 ~ 14 OF THE ~ 14

http://www.thecommonwealth.org/files/252053/FileName/CharteroftheCommonwealth.pdf Charter of the Commonwealth the people of the Commonwealth: Recognising that in an era of changing economic circumstances and uncertainty, new trade economic patterns, unprecedented threats to peace and security, and a surge in popular demands for democracy, human rights and broadened economic opportunities, the potential of need for the Commonwealth – as a compelling force for good and as an effective network co-operation and for promoting development – has never been greater, Recalling that the Commonwealth is a voluntary association of independent and equal sovereign states, each responsible for its own policies, consulting and co-operating in the common interests of our peoples and in the promotion of international understanding and world peace, and influencing international society to the benefit of all through the pursuit of common principles and values, Affirming that the special strength of the Commonwealth lies in the combination of our diversity and our shared inheritance in language, culture and the rule of law; and bound together by shared history and tradition; by respect for all states and peoples; by shared values and principles and by concern for the vulnerable, Affirming that the Commonwealth way is to seek consensus through consultation and the sharing of experience, especially through practical co-operation, and further affirming that the Commonwealth is uniquely placed to serve as a model and as a catalyst for new forms of friendship and co-operation in the spirit of the Charter of the United Nations, Affirming the role of the Commonwealth as a recognised intergovernmental champion of small states, advocating for their special needs; providing policy advice on political, economic and social development issues; and delivering technical assistance, Welcoming the valuable contribution of the network of the many intergovernmental, parliamentary, professional and civil society bodies which support the Commonwealth and which subscribe and adhere to its values and principles, Affirming the validity of and our commitment to the values and principles of the Commonwealth defined and strengthened over the years including: the Singapore Declaration of Commonwealth Principles, the Harare Commonwealth Declaration, the Langkawi Declaration the Environment, the Millbrook Action Programme, the Latimer House Principles, the Aberdeen Agenda, the Trinidad and Tobago Affirmation of Commonwealth Values and Principles, the Munyonyo Statement on Respect and Understanding, the Lake Victoria Commonwealth Climate Change Action Plan, the Perth Declaration on Food Security Principles, and the Commonwealth Declaration on Investing in Young People, Affirming our core Commonwealth principles of consensus and common action, mutual respect, inclusiveness, transparency, accountability, legitimacy, and responsiveness, Reaffirming the core values and principles of the Commonwealth as declared by this Charter: I. DEMOCRACY We recognise the inalienable right of individuals to participate in democratic processes, in particular through free and fair elections in shaping the society in which they live. Governments, political parties and civil society are responsible for upholding and promoting democratic culture and practices and

are accountable to the public in this regard. Parliaments and representative local governments and other forms of local governance are essential elements in the exercise of democratic governance. We support the role of the Commonwealth Ministerial Action Group to address promptly and effectively all instances of serious or persistent violations of Commonwealth values without any fear or favour. II. HUMAN RIGHTS We are committed to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and other relevant human rights covenants and international instruments. We are committed to equality and respect for the protection and promotion of civil, political, economic, social and cultural rights, including the right to development, for all without discrimination on any grounds as the foundations of peaceful, just and stable societies. We note that these rights are universal, indivisible, interdependent and interrelated and cannot be implemented selectively. We are implacably opposed to all forms of discrimination, whether rooted in gender, race, colour, creed, political belief or other grounds. III. INTERNATIONAL PEACE AND SECURITY We firmly believe that international peace and security, sustainable economic growth and development and the rule of law are essential to the progress and prosperity of all. We are committed to an effective multilateral system based on inclusiveness, equity, justice and international law as the best foundation for achieving consensus and progress on major global challenges including piracy and terrorism. We support international efforts for peace and disarmament at the United Nations and other multilateral institutions. We will contribute to the promotion of international consensus on major global political, economic and social issues. We will be guided by our commitment to the security, development and prosperity of every member state. We reiterate our absolute condemnation of all acts of terrorism in whatever form or wherever they occur or by whomsoever perpetrated, with the consequent tragic loss of human life and severe damage to political, economic and social stability. We reaffirm our commitment to work together as a diverse community of nations, individually, and collectively under the auspices and authority of the United Nations, to take concerted and resolute action to eradicate terrorism. IV. TOLERANCE, RESPECT AND UNDERSTANDING We emphasise the need to promote tolerance, respect, understanding, moderation and religious freedom which are essential to the development of free and democratic societies, and recall that respect for the dignity of all human beings is critical to promoting peace and prosperity. We accept that diversity and understanding the richness of our multiple identities are fundamental to the Commonwealth’s principles and approach. V. FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION We are committed to peaceful, open dialogue and the free flow of information, including through a free and responsible media, and to enhancing democratic traditions and strengthening democratic processes.

VI. SEPARATION OF POWER We recognise the importance of maintaining the integrity of the roles of the Legislature, Executive and Judiciary. These are the guarantors in their respective spheres of the rule of law, the promotion and protection of fundamental human rights and adherence to good governance. VII. RULE OF LAW

We believe in the rule of law as an essential protection for the people of the Commonwealth and as an assurance of limited and accountable government. In particular we support an independent, impartial, honest and competent judiciary and recognise that an independent, effective and competent legal system is integral to upholding the rule of law, engendering public confidence and dispensing justice. VIII. GOOD GOVERNANCE We reiterate our commitment to promote good governance through the rule of law, to ensure transparency and accountability and to root out, both at national and international levels, systemic and systematic corruption. IX. SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT We recognise that sustainable development can help to eradicate poverty by pursuing inclusive growth whilst preserving and conserving natural ecosystems and promoting social equity. We stress the importance of sustainable economic and social transformation to eliminate poverty and meet the basic needs of the vast majority of the people of the world and reiterate that economic and social progress enhances the sustainability of democracy. We are committed to removing wide disparities and unequal living standards as guided by internationally agreed development goals. We are also committed to building economic resilience and promoting social equity, and we reiterate the value in technical assistance, capacity building and practical cooperation in promoting development. We are committed to an effective, equitable, rules-based multilateral trading system, the freest possible flow of multilateral trade on terms fair and equitable to all, while taking in account the special requirements of small states and developing countries. We also recognise the importance of information and communication technologies as powerful instruments of development; delivering savings, efficiencies and growth in our economies, as well as promoting education, learning and the sharing of culture. We are committed to strengthening its use while enhancing its security, for the purpose of advancing our societies. X. PROTECTING THE ENVIRONMENT We recognise the importance of the protection and conservation of our natural ecosystems and affirm that sustainable management of the natural environment is the key to sustained human development. We recognise the importance of multilateral cooperation, sustained commitment and collective action, in particular by addressing the adaptation and mitigation challenges of climate change and facilitating the development, diffusion and deployment of affordable environmentally friendly technologies and renewable energy, and the prevention of illicit dumping of toxic and hazardous waste as well as the prevention and mitigation of erosion and desertification.

XI. ACCESS TO HEALTH, EDUCATION, FOOD AND SHELTER We recognise the necessity of access to affordable health care, education, clean drinking water, sanitation and housing for all citizens and emphasise the importance of promoting health and wellbeing in combating communicable and non-communicable diseases. We recognise the right of everyone to have access to safe, sufficient and nutritious food, consistent with the progressive realisation of the right to adequate food in the context of national food security. XII. GENDER EQUALITY We recognise that gender equality and women’s empowerment are essential components of human development and basic human rights. The advancement of women’s rights and the education of girls are critical preconditions for effective and sustainable development. XIII. IMPORTANCE OF YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE COMMONWEALTH We recognise the positive and active role and contributions of young people in promoting development, peace, democracy and in protecting and promoting other Commonwealth values, such as tolerance and understanding, including respect for other cultures. The future success of the Commonwealth rests with the continued commitment and contributions of young people in promoting and sustaining the Commonwealth and its values and principles, and we commit to investing in and promoting their development, particularly through the creation of opportunities for youth employment and entrepreneurship. XIV. RECOGNITION OF THE NEEDS OF SMALL STATES We are committed to assisting small and developing states in the Commonwealth, including the particular needs of small island developing states, in tackling their particular economic, energy, climate change and security challenges, and in building their resilience for the future. XV. RECOGNITION OF THE NEEDS OF VULNERABLE STATES We are committed to collaborating to find ways to provide immediate help to the poorest and most vulnerable including least developed countries, and to develop responses to protect the people most at risk. XVI. THE ROLE OF CIVIL SOCIETY We recognise the important role that civil society plays in our communities and countries as partners in promoting and supporting Commonwealth values and principles, including the freedom of association and peaceful assembly, and in achieving development goals. ----------------------------------------------------------------------We are committed to ensuring that the Commonwealth is an effective association, responsive to members’ needs, and capable of addressing the significant global challenges of the future. We aspire to a Commonwealth that is a strong and respected voice in the world, speaking out on major issues; that strengthens and enlarges its networks; that has a global relevance and profile; and that is devoted to improving the lives of all peoples of the Commonwealth. Dated this 14th day of December 2012

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The Queen's finances to be investigated by powerful Westminster committee
The Queen is facing a tough inquiry into her finances and expenses by the most powerful watchdog in government, it emerged last night.

In April Buckingham Palace will receive £36.1m to fund the Queen’s official duties, a 16 per cent increase on the £31m paid by taxpayers last year Photo: Geoff Pugh

By Richard Alleyne 12:40AM GMT 09 Feb 2013 The Public Accounts Committee is expected to launch an investigation into whether the monarch and the Royal Family provide value for money to the taxpayer. The inquiry, which will look at every aspect of the Queen‟s expenditure including the cost of transport, is likely to cause concern in Buckingham Palace because of the PAC‟s reputation for grilling civil servants if it deems they have misused public funds.

The Queen‟s closest aides can expect a particularly rough ride by MPs about whether the Royal Family is providing value for taxpayers‟ money. The amount of public funds going to the Royal Family soared last year, despite Government cuts. The investigation follows a change in the law which, for the first time, gives MPs oversight of royal finances.

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Is throne polish tax-deductible? We‟re about to find out, because Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II is being audited. The British Parliament‟s notoriously tough Public Accounts Committee will give the monarch's books a right royal scrutinizing. The bean-counters are in because the royal family's "take" from public funds soared last year, despite government spending cuts for regular folks. The investigation follows a recent change in British law which gave Parliament oversight of the royal finances. We hope you kept all your receipts, ma'am. [Source] Click on msnNOW.com, updated 24 hours a day.
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HM Queen Elizabeth II to mark Commonwealth Day with signing of historic Charter
8 March 2013 This will be the Queen's first official engagement since she left hospital earlier this week Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Head of the Commonwealth, will mark Commonwealth Day on Monday, 11 March by signing the Commonwealth Charter, an historic document which brings together, for the first time in the association's 64-year history, key declarations on Commonwealth principles. The Charter signing will take place at a reception hosted by the Commonwealth Secretary-General at Marlborough House in London. It will be the Queen‟s first official engagement since leaving hospital earlier this week. After the signing, the Queen will address High Commissioners and other dignitaries at the reception. Heads of Government adopted the Commonwealth Charter on 14 December 2012, following a year-long consultation with member governments and civil society. The signed Charter will remain on display at Marlborough House. Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma said: “The modern Commonwealth is built on the shared values, principles and goals in our Commonwealth Charter. We are deeply honoured that the Queen will endorse the Charter on what is a significant day for the entire Commonwealth family.” Noting the Commonwealth Day 2013 theme „Opportunity through Enterprise‟, Mr Sharma added: “Converting the words of the Charter into practical action and results can be achieved and indeed accelerated by taking full advantage of opportunities created by enterprising Commonwealth citizens, organisations and governments.” The theme will be marked throughout the week with a series of events across the Commonwealth‟s 54 countries. A special Commonwealth Day message from the Queen, in her capacity as Head of the Commonwealth, will be broadcast on radio stations and read at public events across the Commonwealth to mark the day. In London, Commonwealth Day will be celebrated with a multi-faith Observance at Westminster Abbey, also attended by the Queen and His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh. Entrepreneur and philanthropist Sir Richard Branson, award-winning soul singer Beverley Knight, indie-rock favourites The Noisettes, and acclaimed „Young Global Leader‟ Ricken Patel will lead celebrations in the Abbey. Children‟s poet, John Agard, will read a poem specially commissioned for the Observance. Also on Monday, Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014 will unveil the international route to be taken by the Queen‟s Baton Relay. The relay is a unique tradition, which begins at Buckingham Palace on 9 October and ends at the opening ceremony of the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, Scotland. The Games unite the two billion citizens of the Commonwealth in a celebration of sport, diversity and peace.

On 12 March, the Commonwealth Foundation will host the 16th Commonwealth Lecture at Guildhall in London. Ricken Patel, founding President and Executive Director of the global campaigning movement Avaaz, will deliver this lecture. The Commonwealth Youth Programme's Africa, Asia, Caribbean and Pacific regional centres will all host commemorative events. Since 1977, Commonwealth Day has been celebrated on the second Monday in March each year – a day when schools are open in all Commonwealth countries. It is an opportunity to promote understanding on democratic values, the dignity of citizens and opportunities for youth across the Commonwealth. Note to editors: The Commonwealth The Commonwealth is a voluntary association of 54 countries that support each other and work together towards shared goals in democracy and development. Commonwealth Day events For a list of events and activities to mark Commonwealth Day please visit the Commonwealth Theme website. For event updates please follow us on Twitter #CWTheme #Commonwealth and Facebook. Commonwealth Day multimedia resources The following multimedia resources are available to the media: Audio and print of the Commonwealth Day message from the Queen, Head of the Commonwealth Video of young people interviewing the Commonwealth Secretary-General about the Commonwealth and the theme „Opportunity through Enterprise‟ Photographs on Flickr of the reception where the Queen will sign the Commonwealth Charter For media enquiries about Commonwealth Day please contact: Yvonne Chin Communications Officer Communications and Public Affairs Division Commonwealth Secretariat Tel: +44 (0) 207 747 6514 Email: y.chin@commonwealth.int

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Commonwealth Day message by Her Majesty The Queen, Head of the Commonwealth

Opportunity through Enterprise
This year‟s Commonwealth theme, „Opportunity through Enterprise‟, is a celebration of our achievements, particularly those that may have seemed challenging, daunting or even impossible, which have helped to build strength, resilience and pride in our young people, in our communities and in our nations. Great achievements in human history have a number of common characteristics. From climbing the highest mountain, to winning a sporting competition, making a scientific breakthrough, building a successful business or discovering unique artistic talent – these outcomes all begin as a simple goal or idea in one person‟s mind. We are all born with the desire to learn, to explore, to try new things. And each of us can think of occasions when we have been inspired to do something more efficiently, or to assist others in achieving their full potential. Yet it still takes courage to launch into the unknown. Ambition and curiosity open new avenues of opportunity. That is what lies at the heart of our Commonwealth approach: individuals and communities finding ways to strive together to create a better future that is beneficial for all.

Our shared values of peace, democracy, development, justice and human rights – which are found in our new „Commonwealth Charter‟ – mean that we place special emphasis on including everyone in this goal, especially those who are vulnerable. I am reminded of the adage, „nothing ventured, nothing gained‟. As we reflect on how the Commonwealth theme applies to us individually, let us think about what can be gained with a bold heart, dedication, and teamwork. And let us bear in mind the great opportunity that is offered by the Commonwealth – of joining with others, stronger together, for the common good. Listen to the Queen’s message: This entry was posted on Monday, March 11th, 2013 at 12:18 am and is filed under News. You can leave a comment below and follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. The London Declaration of 1949 stated that the British monarch would be a symbol of the Commonwealth and as such, the Head of the Commonwealth.

The Queen's Diamond Jubilee website Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II became Head of the Commonwealth when she acceded to the throne in 1952. The Queen has laid much importance on her role as Head of the Commonwealth. In her annual Christmas Day broadcast in 1953 she said: “The Commonwealth bears no resemblance to the empires of the past. It is an entirely new conception built on the highest qualities of the spirit of man: friendship, loyalty, and the desire for freedom and peace.” She added: “To that new conception of an equal partnership of nations and races I shall give myself heart and soul every day of my life.” Nearly 60 years later, in her 2011 Christmas message, Her Majesty continued to speak of that partnership of nations as “always looking to the future, with a sense of camaraderie, warmth and mutual respect, while still maintaining their individualism". “The Commonwealth is a family of 54 nations, all with a common bond, shared beliefs, mutual values and goals,” the Queen maintains. “It is this which makes the Commonwealth a family of people in the truest sense, at ease with each other,

enjoying its shared history and ever ready and willing to support its members in the most dire of circumstances.” The Queen‟s role as Head of the Commonwealth includes, by developing tradition, a number of symbolic functions. She keeps in touch with Commonwealth developments through regular contact with the Commonwealth Secretary-General and the Commonwealth Secretariat. She also visits Commonwealth countries - including the host country of the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, which is held every two years - meeting the people as well as Commonwealth leaders. The Queen commemorates Commonwealth Day, held on the second Monday of March every year, with a message. She is present during the day‟s events, which includes the Commonwealth Day Observance, the UK‟s largest multi-faith service, as well as the Commonwealth Secretary-General‟s reception, held at the Commonwealth Secretariat‟s headquarters in London.

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