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The World Citizen Constitution

The World Citizen Constitution

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The World Citizen Constitution is an attempt to establish a world without war, and without money. The destruction of the conglomerate corporations and despotic governments to secure human liberty world wide.


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The World Citizen Constitution is an attempt to establish a world without war, and without money. The destruction of the conglomerate corporations and despotic governments to secure human liberty world wide.


This is a condensed version of the full document, to find the full version follow this link: http://www.scribd.com/doc/47196265/The-World-Citizen-Constitution-and-Definition-and-Color-of-a-Civilized-Society

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The World Citizen Constitution condensed version Article 1 Wise Council

Section 1 Councils, acting as a circle of wisdom established by the People of the world, in order to manifest wisdom in public affairs, shall represent the executive powers of leadership and community organization. Each of the councils will have nine elected and selected members. embers of the council will serve life terms of public service if they choose, or can !eep it. "nce a member, the right to privacy is stripped from the council, and the people can depose members of a council at any time with enough votes# when the number exceeds that predetermined by local standards, a council member may be deposed. Section $ %he power to establish public offices including but not restricted to, councils, education, and systems of evaluation, public farms, and public events is hereby granted to the council, as well as any other obligation at the people&s discretion. %his condition may only apply for one hundred years of this government&s existence.

Article 2 Wise Economy
Section 1 'll forms of taxation by government are hereby unconstitutional. (esource based, the economy of the )orld Citizen shall be directed by collective human will, and not by corporations or a few hundred in congress. Participation is the currency of the )orld Citizen. *n the post+capitalist model, profit is redefined as observable human or world benefit. (Once redefined, the profit motive can be of benefit to mankind instead of a detriment through designed obsolescence, and being a contributing member of society is important, not individual gain or selfish interest.) Section $ 'n office of oversight++for the purpose of evaluating observable human benefit++ established by wise councils, shall exist in order to ,ustly compensate world citizens for value contributed to the )orld Citizen government itself. *n effect contributing to society is the first half of the exchange process between citizens, and a !ind of taxation recognized by government for the purpose of reciprocation bac! to the citizen. Evaluation personnel, catalyzing the citizen economy and personal abundance, will be paid by how generously but ,ustly he evaluates one&s overall benefit to be worth. (An office, checked by the council, and a council checked by the people, both establish and protect public sovereignty.) Section %o become a citizen of the )orld Citizen, first one must re.uest to be evaluated for whatever contribution they claim to deliver to society. %he inalienable rights of food, clothing, shelter, medical care, and education are e.ually granted to all citizens# but greater contribution shall be rewarded according to the scale compared to others. "nce a citizen, citizenship may be renounced, returning to the status of person++with the same rights of life, liberty, and happiness as described in the declaration of independence++and can apply for citizenship at any time after it has been renounced.

Article 3 Wise Education
Section 1 (eintroduction of the trivium and .uadrivium into public education, combined with the reformation of !indergarten to instill multiple languages into the young mind. Section $ /iring professors as the teachers of 1+0 grade students, and doing away with curriculum, homewor!, and providing more time for recess will improve student engagement. Class and recess will be alternating hour long periods. (ecess will not be an end to education, rather a way to incorporate education into play and vice versa. Class will be one sub,ect per day. Students will also be encouraged to write ,ournal logs for students to describe what they have learned, thus giving teachers a perspective of what the students !now, and act as a method of memory consolidation rather than memorization. Section 1y high school grades 2+1$ the teachers will be more li!e librarians, and their role will be to direct interested students to information in a vast variety of sub,ects. Students will also be taught drivers education, and provided with the s!ills to be independent citizens such as plumbing, architecture, carpentry, metal wor!, and other trade s!ills++ the function of education being to develop first the brain, then the mind, then the spirit.

Article 4 World Citizen
Section 1 %he ratification of the conventions of seven continental States will be sufficient for the establishment of this Constitution between the States so ratifying. /owever, establishing the conditions for the full application of this civil government, as described in article two, re.uires scientific and technical understanding of the reasons why not, along with cooperation of the people and citizens and education of the locals to reasonably establish those conditions. %herefore, civil government, li!e our species, re.uires the husbandry or cultivation of the earth and of man!ind itself to survive and thrive. Section $ 'll subsidiary states within intercontinental states are recognized as innately sovereign and autonomous, and shall be respected to establish independent systems of government in agreement with the first three articles of this constitution. Section 'pportionment of the continental states will be determined by regional geology and cultural epistemology# no state can be larger than the united States of 'merica, and no smaller than 3apan. 'pportionment of subsidiary states shall be determined by density of population, current level of development, and cultural factors. States not represented by intercontinental state council will be represented by inferior councils at that the people&s discretion as described in article 4 section $. Email5 mattric!6"7yahoo.com

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