THE UNITED BRITISH REPUBLIC
A draft proposition of the British Fascist Republic.
1: Nationhood and Citizenship (15)
Article I. The territory of The United British Republic shall be a Homeland solely for the use and habitation of British people of White Race, in order that Western civilization may be preserved in British territories and White children may be raised to responsible adulthood in safety, prosperity and tranquility.
We must secure the existence of Our Race and a future for Aryan children. Such is the overriding principle of this Constitution. Nothing incompatible with this prime directive may be held by any authority to be constitutional.
Article II. All free White persons of any nationality, origin or previous citizenship shall have the unrestricted right to apply to live permanently in the United British Republic as legal residents.
Article III. Citizenship in The Republic, as opposed to legal residence and domicile, to include exercise of the franchise and participation in government and the political process, shall not be automatically conferred at birth, or through racial identity alone. Citizenship shall be earned through responsibility fulfilled.
Article IV. Residence, citizenship and the constitution of government in The Republic shall be restricted and reserved, absolutely and for all time, to those persons of unmixed Caucasian racial descent from any one nation of the historic family of European nations, who shall have no known or identifiable non-White ancestry, and no visibly non-White element in their facial, trichonic or other bodily appearance, or in their genetic makeup.
There shall be no extraracial ‘future’ in The Republic. The civil enterprise for the merger or replacement of European populations with populations of colour is abolished.
Article V. Banking, publishing, priestcraft, ownership of real estate and real property, and lobbying, shall be exclusively and explicitly restricted and reserved as occupations for Whites Only.
Article VI. The race commonly known as Jews are in culture and historic tradition an Asiatic people, and shall not be considered White or accorded White racial status under law. No Jew shall be allowed to enter, reside or remain in the United British Republic under any circumstances.
Article VII. The Frankfurt School and all intellectual movements associated with it are permanently abolished as the ruling discourse of ideas within society. Their influence in law and in public institutions is completely ended, repelled, erased, expunged, cancelled, banned, and dissolved, and made null, void, invalid, irrite and utterly obliterate, and of no force nor effect.
‘Progressivism’, and the subversion of The Nation by The State, or by governmental, media, academic, Party-political, charitable, corporate, or financial institutions, forces or interests corruptly contained within The State, is hereby formally overthrown and abolished by The Revolution with immediate and perpetual effect.
Article VIII. Citizenship in the Republic and the right to exercise the electoral franchise shall be divided into three classes, with each class of citizenship holding one, two and four votes respectively to be exercised by the male gender under consultation with the female. Those who demonstrate superior civic and political responsibility, and who display the greatest dedication to state service, and who thereby achieve a higher class of citizenship, shall thereby have the greatest say in the political process.
Article IX. Citizenship in the United British Republic may be legally reduced or revoked by a court of law, by the Bureau of Race and Resettlement or other competent governmental authority, by act of the National Parliament, or by order of The Praetor, which bodies and authorities may also grant or restore citizenship. Grounds for revocation or reduction of citizenship shall be.
Article X. Standards of race and citizenship shall be established by a Bureau of Race and Resettlement, which shall set all racial parameters and codes, establish scientific and cultural standards of racial identity, and which shall make determination in individual cases where applicable.
Article XI. There shall be one National Flag of which the design shall be a white-fimbriated symmetric cross on a blue field with a white-fimbriated counterchanged saltire of red and white, and on which there shall appear no other symbol or other distinguishing feature. There shall be no other.
Article XII. All oaths and pledges of allegiance by public officers, agents and functionaries shall be reserved not to The State or to The Law, nor to any captain, flag officer, assembly, presiding body, chief or head, but to ‘The Race in The Republic’ only.
Article XIII. There shall be twenty-four National Holidays: New Year’s Day; May Day; All Souls Day; Blackshirt Day; Christmas Day; Boxing Day; Easter Week (8); Pentecost; Columbus Day; Empire Day; Remembrance Sunday; Veterans Day; Victory Day; Patriot Day; Freedom Day; Independence Day; Patron’s Day; and Republic Day. There shall be no others.
Article XIV. The official languages of the United British Republic shall here be set as; English first, Gaelic Scots second, Gaelic Irish third, Cymraeg (Welsh) and Classical Latin fourth. There shall be no additional official language.
Article XV. Whereas the basis of all human civilization has been, and shall remain, the traditional nuclear family based on the institution of marriage, with the wife and mother as the heart and the gainfully employed father as the head, the United British Republic herewith acknowledges this traditional family unit and the values historically attached to it as the foundation and bedrock of The State, and declares that the protection of The Family shall be and shall remain a primary goal and supporting pillar of The Republic, its laws and institutions.
The legal concept of same sex marriage is abolished.
Article I. The United British Republic shall be a revolutionary-fascist, unitary and single-party Volkstaat or ‘Peoples State’, and with New British Union serving as the official and only party of government.
Article II. New British Union shall be a multifactional, populist and racial nationalist revolutionary political party that shall be supported and informed in the philosophies, goals and objectives of the several Fascist, National Socialist, Falangist and other similar revolutionary-nationalist political traditions established throughout the 20th Century, therefore giving rise to a broadly composed Neo-Fascist party-political movement for the right and proper governance of The Nation.
Party factions shall have the right to found independent factions or ‘Blocs’ and to oppose and contend motions for party policy, but shall be united in support of The Party’s legitimate objectives, natural instincts and mutual assurances of universal security in party membership.
A bloc may only be dissolved upon the expulsion of the Bloc’s primary leadership from The Party on foot of felony conviction or complete loss of citizenship.
Article III. The government of The Republic shall consist of three branches, executive, legislative and superlative, separate and distinct.
All state and local governments, offices and agencies thereof which existed under the previous rule of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, the Irish Republic, their preceding states and supranational membership bodies, and all and any occupying foreign or international powers, are herewith totally abolished in perpetuity.
All jurisdiction, both current and future, both actual and de jure, and set upon the territory of The Republic by any foreign, alien or pretentious powers are herewith abolished in perpetuity.
Article IV. Pre-existing counties and cities within the United British Republic shall create such local governments within the parameters of this constitution as appear to be necessary for the maintenance of health, order, and prosperity, but all ordinances, laws, and functions of said local governments shall be subordinate to the central government and laws of the Republic, and the authority of the National Parliament and The Praetor, and until such time as the Republic shall set down a prescribed general administration in local, regional and other tributary departments.
Article V. The Government’s eventual choice of general civil administration in The Republic may be as follows.
1. Such pre-existing counties and cities may eventually be reorganised into new counties known as Shires (rural counties) and Cities (urban counties), into Municipalities [metropolitan cities] (several combined urban counties), into Burghs (militia and military training grounds enclosed by counties), and into Fiefs (proprietory rural counties).
Whereas United Province general assemblies may not legislate, Free Provinces may be empowered to legislate within the province through their respective provincial parliaments, but all ordinances, laws, and functions of said parliaments shall remain subordinate to the national government and laws of The Republic, and to the authority of the National Parliament, of The Praetor, of The People, and of The Constitution.
20. The Republic may at any time create or dissolve such colonial or Imperial provinces, protectorates or territories as may appear necessary for the foreign maintenance or expansion of The State’s Imperium overseas, or to internal zones declared wholly separate from the Republic yet also subject to the sovereignty of The State.
Article VI. The United British Republic shall be governed by The State, by The Militia, by The Party and by The People to the complete exclusion of any other or concurrent form of government, whether plain, cryptic or concealed. No form of government not provided for in This Constitution shall be permitted to come into existence, nor shall any municipal or district governing body become established unless for a new territory, conurbation or derelict upon incorporation to The Republic or the overseas empire.
Article VII. This Constitution shall be enforced and interpreted by a standing Constitutional Committee of the National Convention and by a standing Constitutional Committee of the Senate, to whom constitutional issues may be jointly referred for determination by the Parliament as a whole, by the executive branch, by state agencies, and by the courts.
Article VIII. The basis of the body politic of the United British Republic shall be the roster of all persons holding citizenship in the Republic, which citizenship roll shall function as the lowest level of government and the foundation of the state thus forming a popular and superlative branch of government. The citizenship roll shall function in this capacity through general elections to the National Convention, and the institution of the national referendum.
Article X. Candidate participation in public elections shall in The Republic be restricted to full members of New British Union only.
Article XI. The chief executive of the United British Republic shall be The Praetor, who shall be a capable and first-class citizen and Party member not less than forty-two (42) years of age natural born to The Homeland, or to The Party for not less than three consecutive generations, and who shall be a military veteran of The Republic.
Article XII. In the tradition of the serene maritime republics as formerly known on the Italian peninsula, the office of Praetor shall be conferred by coronation in a crowned republic, and with all due pomp and ceremony as befits a classical European prince or monarch.
Article XIII. The Praetor shall serve as head of the executive branch of government and as head of state, as chief magistrate, as prime commander-in-chief of the armed forces and of the Civil Guard, as First Party Chairman, and as the only commander-in-chief of The Aegis and of all other Party branches and security forces. The Praetor shall not adopt the actions of a titular ruler, nor assume the role in name only.
In addition to the office of Praetor there shall be two additional head of state offices; the office of State Dictator occupying the position of Extraordinary Head of State, and the office of State President occupying the position of Supreme Head of State which shall be an involuntary office. All three offices shall be crowned offices.
Oswald Ernald Mosley – Founder and Leader of the British Union of Fascists (1896-1980), and Arnold Spencer Leese – Founder and Leader of the Imperial Fascist League (1878-1956), are hereby posthumously awarded the offices, titles and honours of State Presidents with immediate effect. These posthumous awards shall not be revoked or otherwise rescinded, nor shall they be repeated.
Should any person living assume the office of State Dictator He shall do so as the sole living occupier, and shall relinquish said office only at death or upon a set date of expiry prior to death.
Any person appointed to the office of State President shall be barred from all other official functions, offices, roles, titles and activities, and shall be placed under the exclusive joint custody of the Constitutional Committees of the National Convention and Senate as a formal non-punitive prisoner of Government in government apartments, with complete immunity and indemnity, and for a term to be at any point determined or modified at the pleasure of the custodian party to within a period of not less than fourteen (14) days.
There shall at all times be a State President with appointment proceeding from familial primogeniture where opened by reason of omission and default, thereby supporting a perpetual, living and symbolic item of The Republic’s institutional existence.
The State President’s only constitutional function shall be eightfold: To manifest a living presence as a human representation of The Republic’s institutional continuity; to confer non-binding legal opinion in the extraordinary event of an unresolved constitutional crisis in The Republic; to formally dismiss The Praetor from office on foot of a lawful Praetorian impeachment by Parliament; to assent to the accession of a new Praetorcy immediately following due appointment by a duly constituted Praetorian election; to assent to the commissioning of fleets, legions and field armies composed on the joint advice of the Constitutional Committees of the National Convention and Senate; to relieve and transfer chief ranks and commands, to include the rank and powers of prime commander-in-chief, at the unanimous request of The Nation’s Admirals; to exercise the armed forces honorary rank of supreme commander-in-chief; and to officially withhold and deny the formal surrender of The Nation in the extraordinary event of defeat and conquest by a foreign or enemy power.
The State President shall have no other constitutional role within The State and shall exercise no formal powers of veto, assent, dismissal or other approval over legislation, or in any other government procedure, function, capacity or office.
Article XIV. The Praetor shall have the right to appoint a State Council of Ministers of His own choosing, and to create or dissolve ministerial portfolios as He deems necessary, with the following exceptions: The Praetor may not dissolve or allow to fall into abeyance the State Ministries of War, The Interior, or Race and Resettlement, the office of Chancellor of The Exchequer, the office of Prime Minister, the office of Secretary of State, or the office of Vice Praetor.
Once inaugurated a Praetor-Elect shall nominate two Copraetors who shall also serve as the government Deputies for the Praetorian County for the duration of the Praetor’s term in office.
Article XVII. The election of a Praetor-Elect shall not be achieved through a simple plurality of votes gained but by the levying of votes by round, through primary, secondary and postsecondary elections at County level.
In the event of there being more than two County frontrunners because of a numerical equality of constituency County votes between two or more candidates, there shall be up to three resolutional further primary votes, after which the vote shall default by order of seniority of current or former military rank or by order of seniority of age, or by disqualification.
The candidate receiving a simple majority of constituency votes in a County, either by election or by default, shall win the County seat, thus accumulating one (1) County vote.
A candidate receiving all County votes without exception nationally and through a primary Praetorian election, shall become Praetor-Elect automatically, and without any secondary election or other selective process, after which there shall be a recount of all constituency County votes that shall either confirm or nullify the election.
2. The candidates receiving at least one County vote in a primary Praetorian election shall become candidates in a secondary or ‘run-off’ Praetorian election automatically, that shall be procedurally identical to the primary Praetorian election.
A candidate receiving all County votes without exception nationally and through a secondary Praetorian election, shall become Praetor-Elect automatically, and without any postsecondary election or other selective process.
In the event of there being more than two frontrunners there shall be an additional ‘run-off’ vote between the two national frontrunners in each County (except Fiefs).
In the event of two or more candidates receiving the same number of final County votes, the ascent to The Praetor-Elect shall be determined by order of seniority of current or former military rank or by order of seniority of age, or by disqualification. In the event of an elective deadlock for a period of no less than one-hundred (100) days, the Praetorian election shall as a whole be terminated, and duly reconvened without the candidacy or other formal participation of the deadlocked parties.
Article XVIII. The Praetor shall serve a single term of twenty-five (25) years in office. No one may be re-elected to the office of Praetor for one consecutive term.
1. In the event of His death, illness, or other incapacity, The Praetor shall be succeeded in office by the Vice Praetor. In the event of the death or incapacitation of both The Praetor and the Vice Praetor, The Praetor shall be succeeded in office by the Deputy Praetor.
In the event of the death or incapacitation of The Praetor, the Vice Praetor, and the Deputy Praetor, The Praetor shall be succeeded in office by the Deputy Vice Praetor.
In the event of the death or incapacitation of The Praetor, the Vice Praetor, the Deputy Praetor, and the Deputy Vice Praetor, The Praetor shall be succeeded in office by the Copraetors by order of seniority of most recent military rank or by order or seniority of age.
In the event of the death or incapacitation of The Praetor, Vice Praetor, Deputy Praetor, Deputy Vice Praetor, and both Copraetors The Praetor shall be succeeded in office in accordance with the Praetorian line of succession as established within The Cabinet of government.
In the event of the death or incapacitation of The Praetor, the Vice Praetor, the Deputy Praetor, the Deputy Vice Praetor, both Copraetors, and all Ministers of State, The Praetor shall be succeeded in office by the other members of the National Parliament, beginning with the Speakers and then passing to each remaining Member of Parliament by order of House, and by order of citizenship.
In the event of the death or incapacitation of The Praetor, the Vice Praetor, the Deputy Praetor, the Deputy Vice Praetor, both Copraetors, all Ministers of State, and the Speakers and all remaining Members of Parliament, The Praetor shall be succeeded in office by the domestic governors by order of commissions held.
In the event of the death or incapacitation of The Praetor, the Vice Praetor, the Deputy Praetor, the Deputy Vice Praetor, both Copraetors, all Ministers of State, the Speakers and all remaining Members of Parliament, and all the republic’s domestic governors, The Praetor shall be succeeded in office by the overseas governors by order of commissions held.
In the event of the death or incapacitation of The Praetor, the Vice Praetor, the Deputy Praetor, the Deputy Vice Praetor, both Copraetors, all Ministers of State, the Speakers and all remaining Members of Parliament, and all the republic’s governors both overseas and domestic, the Praetorian executive power shall be collectively assumed by the properly constituted ruling body of New British Union for a period of no longer than fifty (50) days, who shall during that time appoint a Praetor pro tempore who shall hold office for a maximum of five (5) years, and until a special Praetorian election can be held.
Article XIX. A Praetor may only assume office upon having already appointed a Vice Praetor, Deputy Praetor and Deputy Vice Praetor from among the government deputies of the National Convention. Once inaugurated those appointed shall nominate Deputy, Vice and Deputy Vice Copraetors who shall also serve as government Deputies for the Deputy, Vice and Deputy Vice Praetorian County for the duration of their terms in office.
Article XX. The longest serving elected government Deputy of The Convention shall be a first-class citizen automatically.
Article XXI. The legislative branch of government shall be known as The National Parliament, and shall be divided into two chambers, lower and upper.
The lower and upper chambers of the National Parliament shall consist of an assembly of national patriots known as The House of The Convention, which shall be elected by popular vote of all citizens every five (5) years or less at the county level, and an assembly of constitutional loyalists known as The House of The Senate, which shall be partly elected by a popular vote of all 1st class citizens every ten (10) years at the provincial level, and with no byelections with vacant Senate seats remaining as such for the duration of their term.
Once inaugurated a Speaker of The Convention shall nominate one Cospeaker who shall serve a Deputy for the Speaker’s County for the duration of his term in office.
Once inaugurated a Senate or Speaker’s constituency seat shall become vacant automatically.
The number of Senators shall be no more than one third of the number of Convention Deputies.
Article XXII. The National Parliament shall be bicameral, unless the upper chamber shall be vacant in one or more elements. A National Parliament with a wholly vacant Senate shall function as a unicameral body with renewable acts of parliament set to expire after a period not exceeding twenty (20) years.
Article XXIII. The National Parliament shall enjoy certain prerogative powers in the administration of The Republic. These powers that shall be known as Parliamentary Prerogative Powers shall be.
Article XXV. The National Parliament shall assume full vested sovereignty from The Race and Nation directly thus establishing a limited state of race based Parliamentary Sovereignty, that shall be encapsulated in the following three general principles.
Article XXVI. The lower house of parliament [The House of The Convention] shall consist of six elements: Government; Opposition; Deputies from the armed forces; the unorganised militia; several National Syndicates of industry for trade and commerce; and non-voting Ministers of State.
Geographic Deputies of The Convention shall be elected by popular vote of the citizenship roll on the basis of two Government members and one Opposition member per county: Each shall be elected by direct popular vote of all citizens within their respective county, through a primary election wherein all candidates for the office shall fulfil the basic requirements of eligibility.
Subsequent to the primary conventional election, a secondary or ‘run-off’ conventional election between the six front runners in each county shall take place. The candidates receiving the highest numbers of votes shall become Deputies to the House of The Convention.
In the event of there being more than six County frontrunners because of a numerical equality of constituency County votes between two or more candidates, there shall be up to three resolutional postsecondary votes after which the vote shall default by order of seniority of current or former military rank or by order of seniority of age, or by disqualification.
Two (2) serving officers and two (2) serving non-commissioned officers from each branch of the military composing The Republic’s regular and public armed forces shall be appointed as Deputies to The Convention by a duly constituted body of their peers.
Two (2) senior serving officers of the National Civil Guard from each metropolitan City shall be appointed as Deputies by The Praetor.
The Militia shall independently appoint twenty-four (24) representative members as Deputies to The Convention.
Withstanding The Nation composed of twenty-four or more separate and independently constituted civilian militias, each of the larger twenty-four shall according to their own lawfully constituted rules and procedure appoint one (1) citizen delegate to the position of Convention Deputy, and notwithstanding shall weigh the appointment of citizen delegates from largest to smallest.
The industrial economy of the United British Republic shall be recognized in several representative sectors constituting the following sixteen areas of national industry: Agriculture; Construction; The Academy, Training and Education; Energy; Banking and Finance; Health; Homemaking; The Intelligentsia and Arts; Logistics; Maintenance; Manufacturing; The Retailing of Goods and Services; Science and Information; Security and Policing; Transportation; Waste and Sewerage.
The workers of each sector shall elect Syndicated Councils of no more than thirty-two (32) members, representing the National Proletariat at the industrial level. Each Syndicated Council shall in turn assign two (2) delegates from among the council, who shall be appointed as Deputies to the House of The Convention.
A maximum of thirty (30) Ministers of State [Cabinet members] shall be appointed as Deputies to the House of The Convention. Ministers of State shall have the right to attend all sessions and participate in the debate and work of the House of The Convention, but shall have no vote on legislation or resolutions.
The Republic’s mercurial district or districts shall be represented by a Deputy appointed Remembrancer by The Praetor.
Article XXVII. The upper house of parliament [The House of The Senate] shall consist of three elements: Provincially elected Senators; a National Lottery appointed through provincial sortition; and hereditary peers by virtue of full property deeds held in Fief counties.
Elected Senators shall be elected by popular vote of the 1st class citizenship roll only on the basis of sixty (60) members per Republican Province, and one (1) member per Capitol. Each shall be elected by direct popular vote of all 1st class citizens within their respective province or capitol, through a primary election wherein all candidates for the office shall fulfil the basic requirements of eligibility to include a private property qualification of at least four acres and an age limit of no less than thirty-two (32) years of age.
During each Senatorial election there shall be an additional process of a national lottery to the Senate through the blind sortition of all first-class citizens without public office or other public qualification, thus forming the demarchic element on the basis of one (1) member per non-Fief County.
One in every sixteen rural Counties shall constitute an hereditary Fief, wherein an hereditary deed holder or ‘laird’ (Baron) succeeding to office by right of first born male primogeniture in matrimony, or accession upon purchase of both deed and title shall serve as governor for life in accordance with the laws and constitutional authority of The Republic. A laird shall sit in The Senate as a proprietary peer not subject to election, recall, popular vote, or any additional qualification.
Article XXVIII. The National Parliament shall remain in constant session during the two years of its term and may recess only twice per year, for a cumulative period of not more than sixty (60) days per year.
Article XXIX. The Government parliamentary party and the Speaker of the Convention shall set aside a regular day of full session no less often than once per calendar month, for public questioning of Government members and all ministers of state, including The Praetor, by Opposition members on specific policies and issues facing The Nation.
Opposition members and the Speaker of the Convention shall have legally enforceable subpoena power to compel the appearance of any person for the purpose of public examination with the exception of agents of The Aegis. The Praetor shall have the power to interdict the appearance of any member or operative of the The Aegis, when in His determination, it is in the overriding national or civic interest that He do so.
Article XXX. All members of The National Parliament shall enjoy full parliamentary privilege and immunity from any arrest, prosecution, or investigation in connection with their official duties as members of the Parliament or in connection with any written or oral communication, public or private, in connection with their official duties as legislators or members of government.
The Speakers shall as necessary convene a special investigatory committee of deputies and senators, including both Government and Opposition members, which shall act as a tribunal to resolve questions of immunity, ethics, and specific allegations of unethical or criminal conduct against Deputies or Senators.
No Member of Parliament may be stripped of their parliamentary immunity or expelled from the Parliament except on the recommendation of the investigatory committee aforesaid, which recommendation must be confirmed by a vote of both houses in full session.
Article XXXI. Laws of the United British Republic shall be enacted upon introduction of a Bill of Parliament by any Deputy or Senator or group of deputies or senators, by a Praetor, or by a petition supported by national referendum into the House of The Convention.
Article XXXII. The Parliament shall have the sole domestic power to levy all excise and customs duties, taxes, and other imposts, including any and all fees charged by government for any goods or services whatsoever. All monies due to the state or any agency thereof shall be paid directly into the State Treasury and shall be apportioned according to a budget laid out by the Chancellor of The Exchequer and approved by The Parliament as a whole.
Article XXXIII. The State Treasury shall have operational authority over all creation of money for legal exchange within The Republic, but ultimate power over all such money creation shall reside in the Parliament, which shall have the power to amend or rescind any act of the State Treasury with relation to monetary affairs by resolution carried on a majority vote in both Houses.
Article XXXIV. Each County, whether individually or by compact, shall have operational authority over all coinage and issuance of County legal tender, but ultimate power over all such coinage and issuance shall reside in the State Treasury, which shall have the power to amend or rescind any act of any County with relation to monetary affairs.
Article XXXV. The National Currency of The Republic shall be The Stater, each representing the nominal value of one pound-mass in pure silver. The Stater shall be divided into one-thousand Marks.
Article XXXVI. The issuance of The Stater shall be regulated by an annual metering of electrical energy output at power plants or by an annual gauge of tonnage and meantimes of docked commercial vessels at national ports, with shortfalls carried through into the following years in both instances. Issuance of The Stater shall not exceed these parameters.
Article XXXVII. The number of Staters in existence as lawful tender shall not exceed the rate of one million units per recorded citizen or resident alive to within the last one-hundred (100) years.
Article XXXVIII. Government shall not take any loan, be it foreign or domestic, nor issue any bond, and no debt shall be incurred by The State for any purpose.
Article XXXIX. Government shall not procure any legal or natural Person to commit what it itself shall not be entitled to commit under law.
Article XL. The power to declare a state of war between the United British Republic and any foreign power or powers is reserved to The Parliament in full session.
Article XLI. The Praetor in His capacity as prime commander-in-chief of the armed forces shall have the power to initiate and implement any and all military action He deems necessary for the defence of the independence and territorial integrity of The Realm, or for the defence of the lives and property of His countrymen, without the requirement of recourse to parliament, with the following exceptions.
Any declaration of martial law within the boundaries of The Republic must be submitted to The Convention by The Praetor within seven (7) days, and either rescinded or confirmed by majority vote and renewed for such time as The Convention shall think fit.
The Praetor may not order military action of any kind outside the borders of The Republic or in any foreign country, except by a Praetorian Decree, and then only for a period not to exceed fourteen (14) days.
Such decrees shall be renewable for a second period of fourteen (14) days should The Praetor deem it necessary.
On the twenty-seventh day such decrees must be confirmed by majority vote of The Convention in full session, and any extension granted on such orders may not exceed a single ninety (90) day period, at which time there shall be a full session debate in which The Praetor shall either report to Parliament the successful conclusion of such military operations outside The Republic’s borders, or else shall ask the assembly in full session for a formal declaration of war.
No captain, general or other commander at war shall qualify nor receive a Triumph of The Republic, but upon a whole slaying of not less than twenty-thousand (20,000) armed or recently disarmed male enemy combatants or prisoners without benefit of treaty, and by a single engagement in battle, and where said commander shall act as the principle director of the engagement at the tactical level.
Article XLII. The National Parliament may in the strongest and most overriding reasonable necessity and urgency, and for the fundamental preservation of the national existence declare a state of Dictatorship under one State Dictator elected in caucus from among the Deputies of The Convention for a set term of no more than one-hundred (100) days.
1. No bill declaring the state of the nation to be under a lawful State Dictatorship shall pass without a three-quarters majority in both lower and upper Houses.
2. Throughout the period of dictatorship the application of the Constitution and of all further laws and regulations to the newly created office of State Dictator shall be fully suspended subject to automatic reinstatement upon expiry of set term. Upon reinstatement all laws and procedures shall be completely reinstated, and shall thereby resume without retroaction and from the first moment of suspension.
3. The legal powers of State Dictator shall be absolute and without any qualification or other legal limit except on time, and except that the Parliamentary Capitol or Capitols shall be exempt, immune and indemnified from the office and jurisdiction of State Dictator.
Article XLIII. Preceding this main body of The Constitution shall stand a compilation of pre-existing laws and statutes that shall come into effect in tandem with new constitutional law. These laws shall consist of:
The Senchus Mor 438 [Time Immemorial]; The Tome of Rochester 1124 [Time Immemorial]; The Charter of Liberties 1100 [Time Immemorial]; The Assize of Arms 1181 [England]; The Articles of Eyre 1194 [England]; The Magna Carta 1215 [England]; The Charter of The Forest 1217 [England]; The Commons Act 1236 [England]; The Statute of The Jewry 1253 [England]; The Statute of The Jewry 1275 [England]; by The Statute of Westminster 1275 [England]; The Statute of Westminster 1285 [England]; The Edict of Expulsion 1290 [England]; The Statute of Westminster 1290 [England]; The Statute of Westminster 1327 [England]; The Treason Act 1351 [England]; The Justices of The Peace Act 1361 [England]; The Statute of Westminster 1472 [England]; The Egyptians Act 1530 [England]; The Buggery Act 1533 [England]; The Act of Supremacy 1534 [England]; The Treason Act 1543 [England]; The Justices of The Peace Act 1547 [England]; The Privilege of Parliament Act 1603 [England]; The Case of Proclamations 1611 [England]; The Petition of Right 1628 [England]; The Habeas Corpus Act 1640 [England]; The Militia Ordinance 1642 [England]; A Declaration of the Severall Votes and Resolutions Agreed upon by both Houses of Parliament 1642 [England]; The Agreement of The People 1647 [England]; The Act Prohibiting The Proclaiming Any Person To Be King 1649 [England]; The Act Abolishing The Kingship 1649 [England]; The Act Abolishing The House of Lords 1649 [England]; The Act of Declaring England To Be A Commonwealth 1650 [England]; by The Parliament Act 1660 [England]; The Sedition Act 1661 [England]; The Habeas Corpus Act 1679 [England]; The Crown and Parliament Recognition Act 1689 [England]; The Bill of Rights 1689 [England]; The Crown & Parliament Act 1689 [England]; The Treason Act 1695 [England]; The Act of Union 1707 [Great Britain]; The Supreme Court of Judicature Act 1873 [United Kingdom]; The Supreme Court of Judicature Act 1875 [United Kingdom]; The Aliens Restriction Act 1914 [United Kingdom], The Suppression of Communism Act 1950 [South Africa]; and The Prohibition of Political Interference Act 1968 [South Africa].
These legal documents shall serve as the official foundational laws and legal tradition of The State, abrogated only by This Constitution and by order of above precedent from last to first. As a whole This Constitution together with the aforesaid legal documents shall be known under law as ‘The British National Constitution’.
3: Judiciary and Judicial Procedure (25)
Article I. Every County of the Republic shall maintain a Crown Court, every metropolitan City a High Court and every Province a Chancery Court of Appeal to try cases, each with its own magistrate or judge who may if necessary be assisted by subordinate magistrates or judges appointed by law and the rules of judicial procedure.
There shall be no further State civilian courts in The Republic.
A Praetorian Council of Judicial Affairs shall be maintained to try cases in the United British Republic as a whole. Cases may also be brought to a Judicial Audience of The Praetor personally in His capacity as chief magistrate and fount of all legal justice, from whom redress may be sought by either petition or appeal.
There shall be no ‘supreme court’.
Article II. The judicial arm of government as known under the United Kingdom and other previous regimes is abolished. The purpose of the courts and judiciary shall be to serve as bodies for the determination of fact in criminal cases or non-criminal matters such as property ownership and inheritance, etcetera.
The courts and judiciary shall have no governmental or policy-making role whatsoever within The State, instead providing rulings for the common law and giving effect to the statutory laws and instruments of Parliament and of The Constitution: These powers are reserved to the legislative, executive and superlative branches.
Article III. The jurisdiction of the courts of The State shall be limited to appeals, to all capital and indicted offences, to Capitols and territories, and to The Crown’s armed forces, with the right to slake lesser courts reserved to the Watches or Overwatches, to licensed constabularies, to The Party, to other non-state bodies, and to The People.
Article IV. Treason, homicide, state corruption, felony offences against The State or against public servants in connection with their official public duties, felony offences by or against foreign nationals, felony offences against Nature, and offences where Jews or Jewish activity shall be formally suspect, shall all constitute as indictable offences.
Article V. Where distinctions of criminal and civil law apply there shall be no separation of courts, although separate jurisprudence may be enacted for the purpose of establishing separate burdens of proof or necessary procedures.
Article VI. All state judicial appointments shall be subject to confirmation by The Praetor in His juridical capacity as Chief Magistrate, but no person shall be a magistrate who shall not be a male citizen of not less then thirty-two (32) years of age.
Article VII. Trials wherein the accused shall be a resident or citizen and the plaintiff party composed of aliens, shall, where relevant, be subject to all necessary requirements to show beyond a reasonable doubt, whether the plaintiff party either should or should not be permitted parity of court testimony for the protection of The Race from alien imposition, or else the corrupt or nepotistic practices of aliens.
Article VIII. Whereas the power to strike down laws and statutes as unconstitutional shall be reserved to the three branches of government, the courts, shall in their capacity as bodies for the interpretation and upholding of law, enjoy the full legal ability to nullify laws found to be inconsistent with This Constitution.
Article IX. No resident or citizen shall be sentenced or otherwise impuned for any transgression committed against an unprotected, illegal or enemy alien by means of either corporal or capital penalties.
Article X. All magistrates shall be appointed by a special Judicial Committee of the National Convention, on nomination by a Praetor. The said Judicial Committee shall draw up and enforce rules of procedure for all courts and magistrates.
Article XI. In no courtroom or tribunal, civilian or military, shall any magistrate, judge, presiding officer, or jury be seated at any elevation higher than or above any defendant or other person in said courtroom or chamber.
Article XII. All judicial appointments shall be subject to confirmation by The Praetor in His juridical capacity as Chief Magistrate, but no person shall be a magistrate who shall not be a male citizen of not less then thirty-two (32) years of age.
Article XIII. No citizen or resident of the Republic shall be brought to trial, fined or amerced, or subjected to loss of life, property or citizenship or otherwise punished, except upon indictment and return of a true bill by a grand jury comprised of citizens of the county wherein an alleged offence was committed, or by order of a commissioned or warrant officer acting in their official capacity within a county made duly subject to a limited term and state of martial law.
All persons arrested in ordinary criminal matters not subject to the jurisdiction of the Bureaus of State Security or Special Investigation, shall be brought before a magistrate within forty-eight (48) hours of arrest for a habeas corpus determination, and shall either be discharged, or allowed release on bail. Arrested persons shall be held in custody for presentment to the grand jury only if said person is believed to be a flight risk, to present a danger to the community, or to be in danger from the community.
Article XIV. Laws may be revoked, altered, changed, abolished, nullified, dispensed with, set aside or otherwise rescinded and rights duly regulated, but no lawful public policy, nor any scientific journal, speculation or finding shall be subject to any form of litigation.
Article XV. The Bureau of State Security shall be governed in their operations and conduct by a special protocol to be determined by The Praetor and a standing joint Security Committee of the National Convention and Senate. Said protocol may, at the discretion of The Praetor and the said committee, exempt officers and agents of the Bureau of State Security acting in good faith and in the immediate national interest, from compliance with any and all laws or constitutional safeguards, until such time shall come when the existence and the independence of the United British Republic shall be deemed to be no longer at significant risk.
Article XVI. No resident, citizen, or other person charged with a criminal offence before the courts of the Republic shall be denied the right to counsel and advocate of His choice, provided such counsel or advocate shall accept no fee, reward, emolument in money or kind, property or thing of value, officially or unofficially, for the performance of such function, and shall affirm such on oath before the commencement of trial or other proceeding.
Article XVII. The Judicial power of the United British Republic shall not be construed so as to interdict or alter any suit in law or equity commenced or prosecuted against The State by a Citizen of The Republic.
Article XVIII. Neither citizens nor their close kin or descendants shall suffer enslavement or involuntary servitude, but as punishment for crimes whereof the party concerned shall have been duly convicted or as necessary military service levied from The People in a time and place of war or unlawful insurrection, or in likely response to an imminent foreign invasion to The Homeland.
Article XIX. Slavery and enslavement in The Republic, where at all permitted, shall be restricted to the effects of White chattel acquired or accrued through the usual and timeless bounties of untreated warfare, or by the proper importation of such slaves from overseas.
There shall be no coloured or ‘non-White’ slave presence in The Republic, or in overseas colonies designated by government for racial colonisation by Whites.
Article XX. No person without The Republic may take any White person for an involuntary servant or slave, but for White traders and White men at arms for direct importation into The Republic or similar White country, and for the provision of forced or conscripted labour to The Nation’s economy.
Article XXI Trials wherein the accused shall be White and the plaintiff or plaintiffs non-White shall be subject to all necessary standards of vetting required to show, beyond a reasonable doubt, that the plaintiff party shall be worthy of parity of entered witness testimony, and in being so free from any prejudiced custom or practice disfavouring the White Race or persons of White race at the disposal of aliens, or of foreign or colonial subjects.
Article XXII. In any trial brought before a magistrate each White testimony shall be counted as double the witness of any non-White testimony, but for those jurisdictions, cases or territories where aliens shall altogether be denied or subject to further reduced legal rights as prescribed or allowed by law, or where the circumstances shall pertain to treaty law, or where employment to The State shall preclude an alien from such discrimination by reason of invested confidence.
Article XXIII. No White person shall ever be sentenced or impuned for any transgression committed against a non-White person through either corporal or capital penalties.
Article XXIV. White prisoners shall not mix with non-White prisoners. Parliament shall have the power to enforce this Article by appropriate legislation.
Article XXV. In order to instil and maintain the highest standards of personal courtesy, deliberation, maturity, integrity and courage in the manhood of the Republic, The Praetor in His capacity as chief magistrate shall establish and supervise a National Honour Court.
The said body shall in turn create and enforce all necessary regulations, procedures, and protocols for the resolution of personal differences between individual male residents and citizens of the Republic, up to and including private combat by mutual consent, in accordance with the ancient and historic traditions and practices of the European family of nations.
1. No act or result of personal combat by mutual consent of both parties, having received prior sanction by the National Honour Court, shall be deemed criminal or liable to legal proceeding or interdiction.
2. Serving members of the military and Civil Guard may be regulated or prohibited from issuing or accepting a challenge, duelling, or participating in a legal duel in any other capacity by the appropriate regulations of their service or by order from a superior officer.
3. All statements, actions, or proceedings by deputies of Members of Parliament in connection with their official duties shall be deemed subject to full parliamentary immunity and shall not be subject to challenge or the jurisdiction of the National Honour Court.
No serving member of the military, the National Civil Guard, The Aegis or any person acting in any governmental capacity whatsoever may be subject to a challenge on foot of their performance of any lawful or legally mandated exercise of their official duties.
4: Bill of Rights (80)
All free White Men and women of The United British Republic, shall in the capacity of citizens of The Republic, enjoy the following absolute, negative and inalienable rights.
Amendment I: The Right to Bear Arms. Whereas an armed population is the most basic essential for the preservation of life, liberty, and the prevention of oppression and tyranny, and whereas the ready possession and use of arms is the most ancient birthright and proudest mark of the free man down through the ages, The Right of The People to keep, to stock and to bear firearms and other personal arms and munitions for defence of The Realm, of The Republic, of The State, and of their lives, families, settlements, farms, liberty, property, county and country whether jointly, severally or collectively, shall not be infringed.
The right to keep, stock and bear arms shall not be qualified or restricted by any requirement of licensing, registration, fee, taxation, restriction on transportation, separation of civilian and military use, or other such impediment.
The purchase, acquisition, ownership, possession, transportation, or production of ammunition, powder, cartridge casings, and other ancillary equipment, or supplies necessary to the exercise of the right to keep and bear arms shall not be restricted or otherwise interfered with by any governmental authority.
The right to keep, stock and bear arms shall properly extend beyond small arms to include all such arms, articles, armoured vehicles, artillery and all other ordnances and munitions necessary to the establishment and deployment of The Loyalist Militia in a time of war, unlawful insurrection or mutiny, armed alien incursion, counter-revolution, prisoner or slave revolt, scourge of piracy, Red uprising, foreign occupation or foreign invasion, or for the common defence in the midst of a Bolshevist Revolution or other state of mass terrorism directed against the public.
As such, no White Man or Woman shall ever be debarred the use of arms.
1. This Amendment shall not be construed as limiting or interdicting the right of the government of the Republic or competent local authority, to compel or require from The People a ready and common possession of arms and munitions for the adequate or expedient national defence.
2. This Amendment shall not apply within the pomerium of the seat of the National Parliament which when not subject to a duly declared state of martial law shall at all times be free of arms, but for those arms necessary for the proper functions of a parliamentary lictorate [parliamentary bodyguard], deployed in service to the security of government and of state property.
To such ends each Member of Parliament shall enjoy the right to appoint up to six lictors in lieu of this Amendment.
Amendment II: The Right to Muster. Whereas a free and private militia is the most fundamental prerequisite to the common defence of The Realm and of The Republic, of the community, and of the innate popular sovereignty that will at all times be vested in the powers of an adequate and well defended Nation State, and whereas the ability of a free people to rally to arms, to mobilize and deploy in good order, to resist tyranny with violence, and to override abuse of privilege is the surest sign of a true and independent martial culture, The Right of The People to train, to prepare and to muster as The Militia, to rise up autonomously in defence of the land, of the supremacy of the native laws thereof and of the ancient customs, birthrights, honour and traditions therein, shall not be infringed.
The right to train, to prepare and to muster as The Militia and as private citizens, whether independently or in cooperation with The State, shall not be qualified or restricted by any requirement of licensing, registration, fee, taxation, restriction on transportation, or other such impediment.
This Amendment shall not be construed as limiting or interdicting the right of the government of the Republic or competent local authority, to compel or require the raising of The Militia in preparation for war, whether in whole or in part.
Amendment III. The Right to Manufacture Arms. Whereas the capacity to arrange and ensure the sale, distribution and regular supply of arms and munitions is the most essential condition necessary to the raising of local levies and defences, of The Militia, and to the endurance and continuation of an effective insurrectionary armed resistance in a time and place of foreign or enemy invasion or occupation, and whereas the capacity for the establishment of a sustained guerrilla insurgency shall be required for the basic national survival, The Right of The People to manufacture weapons, munitions and other accoutrements for the common defence, to adapt, repair, enhance, invent and create weaponry, and to erect factories, magazines, wharfs, warehouses, forts, armouries, foundries, markets, gunsmiths, shops, stalls, cheaps, stores, powder mills, concealed caches and other facilities for the enabling of a general resistance, shall not be infringed.
The purchase, acquisition, ownership, possession, transportation, or importation of whatever tools, parts, supplies or materials may be necessary to the free production of an armed popular State shall not be restricted or otherwise interfered with by any governmental authority.
Amendment IV: The Right to Crenelate. Whereas a free people entrenched in arms and supplies shall be necessary for the repulsion of a general invasion, and whereas the capacity of The Militia to field standing armies in a time of war shall be required in the national defence, The Right of The People and of The Militia to build and erect fortifications, establish defensive posts and perimeters and to seek out property for the construction and armament of bases, bunkers, redoubts, trenchworks, forts, pill boxes, batteries, ambushes, flak sites, sniper emplacements and other embattlements shall not be infringed, but for the protection of property and forestry according to law.
The purchase, acquisition, ownership, possession, transportation, or importation of whatever construction materials, machines or engines may be necessary to the crenelation of private property by the owner shall not be restricted or otherwise interfered with by any governmental authority.
The right to build and maintain fortifications and bunkers shall not be qualified or restricted by any requirement of licensing, registration, fee, taxation, restriction on transportation, or other such impediment.
Amendment V: The Right to Freedom of Speech. No law or other ordinance shall be made whether by Parliament, by Praetorian Decree, or by any other body or authority, or by any person or body exercising power delegated therefrom, abridging or proroguing the freedom of speech or of the media, but as shall be required for.
1. The protection of rights determinable under the laws of torts, of contract, of intellectual property and of confidence.
2. The preservation of public order in the immediate light of a clear and present danger to life or to property from action or accident.
3. The effective conduct of legal proceedings.
4. The effective disregard of unlawful proceedings, to include where necessary sedition.
5. The preservation of official secrecy, it being for the prosecuting authority in any proceedings sanctioned by this Clause to show (where necessary in camera) why the matter in dispute ought not to be revealed, and stating on oath or affirmation the nature and extent of the harm to be expected from revelation.
6. The limitation of foreign powers to solicit the public.
7. The restriction of such liberties as may limit or interdict the right of the government or competent local authority to control or prohibit expressions of obscenity, homophilia, and/or pornography in a decent and naturally ordered Aryan society.
8. The denial of aid or comfort to a known or declared enemy power in wartime.
Amendment IX: The Right To Native Government. No armed public force shall train or otherwise commence exercises in partnership with the armed forces of any foreign power within The Homeland, nor shall ministers of religion or private officials be recruited or deployed by The State for the quelling of native unrest, dissent or insurrection. In such cases that a sitting Praetor shall be acclaimed in any County as a known Jew or Judaiser or as a known person of colour, the right to insurrection shall be automatic; free of legal scrutiny, interdiction, mitigation or delay.
Amendment X: The Right to Plebiscite. A County or Township may, if sincerely deemed necessary to maintain the integrity of law and of The Constitution by County militia, suspend for any period, all or any externally imposed government whatsoever by a free vote of constituent Citizens, and to defend The County or Township from all further imposition and by any means subsequently adjudged necessary.
Amendment XI: The Right to Vote in Confidence. Private electoral registration and confidential ballots in all elections and referendums shall be universally guaranteed in The Republic.
Amendment XII: The Right to Free and Fair Elections. No person shall be compelled to vote, nor to do so in an unusual or fatiguing manner, nor shall any citizen face recrimination for the true outcome of any vote.
Amendment XIII: The Right to Certain and Valid Elections. Should a formal election or referendum be called into question by not less than one in every thirty citizens, and within fourteen days of the publication date, a referendum shall be called to determine whether the vote in question should be formally revoked and ordered anew. Should any election or referendum be for such a reason ordered there shall be a further two-thirds majority requirement qualifying the outcome.
Amendment XIV: The Right to Assembly. All citizens shall have the right to peaceable assembly, subject only to such regulations as shall be prescribed by law for the necessary pace of business or traffic, or for the fundamental protection of life or property, in a prosperous and well-ordered society.
Amendment XV: The Right to Record. No law shall prohibit manual, video or audio recording by the private citizen in the public domain.
Amendment XVI: The Right to Public Information. All citizens shall have the confidential right to request and access to information from government where such information may be of concern.
Amendment XVII: The Right To Religious Freedom. No law, treaty or other ordinance shall be made, whether by Parliament, by Praetorian Decree, or by any other body or authority, or by any person or body exercising power delegated therefrom, respecting an establishment of religion, or abridging the free exercise or abandonment of religion.
Amendment XVIII: The Right To Freedom From Alien Conversion. Any law, treaty, compact, statute, contractual agreement, approval, act of assent or other declaration made with a view of soliciting the religious conversion of The Nation or of The Nation’s institutions, or of The People at large, shall be null, void, invalid, irrite and utterly obliterate, and of no force nor effect. This shall include, but shall by no means be limited to, any agreement made with a view to the conversion, subjugation or other submission of The People to Muhammadanism or to Jews.
Amendment XIX: The Right To Participation in A Secular State. There shall be no religious test that shall be required as a qualification to any office, station or trust within The State, nor shall a person be excluded from holding office on account of his European religion or lack of religiosity, nor shall money be appropriated or drawn from any state treasury for the benefit of any religious or theological society, cult, seminary, sect, or church, nor shall property belonging to The State be either appropriated or transferred for religious purposes except for the usual designation and transfer of grave sites or other monuments to the deceased.
This Amendment shall not be construed as limiting or interdicting the right of the government of the Republic or competent local authority, to challenge or process Jews or other aliens as required by law.
Amendment XX: The Right to Privateer. Whereas the European Conquest and settlement of The Continents by Her Aryan peoples and armies remains the most illustrious, glorious and dignified human achievement throughout the present annals of all recorded history, The Right of The People to take leave of The Republic in order to engage in colonial conquest, expeditions and enterprise, and to viking, plunder and settle the uncivilized world or in places exotic, shall not be diminished or infringed.
Amendment XXI: The Right of Enjoyment To The Realm. The Right of The People to roam, range and live off of the land and the sea freely or to erect farms and settlements thereon, or to use, larder and settle The Frontier or in The Backcountry, or to capture trophies and specimens for the pursuit of blood sports or of the natural sciences, shall not be restricted but in a manner prescribed by law for the purpose of safeguarding property, of conservation, or of establishing humane restrictions on acts amounting to an undue standard of cruelty.
Amendment XXII: The Right To Set & Receive Bounties. Whereas a safe and vigilant society shall be found in the good will of a free and upstanding people through the pursuit of justice in the hunting down of dangerous outlaws and fugitives from the law, or in the commissioning of services necessary or useful to the purposes of The Frontier, The Right of The People to set, receive and post bounties for the suppression of crime, or for the lawful killing or apprehension of wanted felons or savages shall not be infringed.
Amendment XXIII: The Right To Trade and Commerce. The Right of The People to engage in trade and commerce shall not be restricted, but in a manner prescribed by law for the purpose of restricting, impounding, confiscating or destroying contraband; or of subduing treasonable or seditious activities; or of the proper regulation of torts; or of raising levies for the common defence of The Nation; or of preventing undue cruelty to livestock, prisoners, indentured servants or slaves; or of imposing taxes, imposts, fines, expropriations or other amercements necessary to the common good.
Amendment XXIV: The Right to Conduct Business. Excessive licensing and regulation of business shall not be imposed, nor restrictions placed on petty services or trades befitting minors or paupers, or upon honest business conducted on public fairgrounds.
Amendment XXV: The Right to Contract. No law, decree or other ordinance shall interfere with the legal validity or contents of any contract made between two or more adult parties of sound mind.
Amendment XXVI: The Right to Transformation. No grant of copyright shall stand or be renewed, nor shall any patent remain, beyond a fixed term of no more than sixteen years.
Amendment XXVII: The Right to Salvage. The Right of The People to acquire and accrue salvage by the taking and possession of commercial materials and cargo after peril or loss at sea, from the air, in space, or by the transportation of goods through lands ravaged by war, disaster or reduction by natural exposure, shall not be restricted but in a manner prescribed by law for the purpose of due investigation, or of the required recovery of human remains or artifacts.
Amendment XXVIII: The Right to Personal Affairs. The right of the free man to exercise discrimination and discretion in His affairs, or in politics, in association and in the course of business, shall not be restricted but in a manner prescribed by law for the fulfilment of duties specifically conferred under constitutional law.
Amendment XXIX. The Right to Issue Money. The right to create, issue and circulate money or other medium of exchange as currency, and independently of The State, shall not be infringed, provided that such currency shall be convertible to legal tender.
Amendment XXX: The Right to Freedom from An Overbearing Police. No citizen shall be deprived of the right to purchase, own, possess and lawfully use and utilize every type of arm, weapon, munition, vehicle, ordinance and armament that shall be held in the civil government of His near community.
During a time not interdicted by war or other state of emergency, there shall be no more than one civilian with warranted police powers to every thousand other civilian members of the public.
The power to declare a public state of emergency by government shall be reserved only to the disabuse or interdiction of a pre-existing and ongoing state of civil disorder or disaster, and shall not be made before the fact.
Amendment XXXI: The Right To Acquire Sound Assets. Whereas a wealthy society is the most solid guarantee against internal strife, discord and upheaval, and whereas the capacity to generate and hold assets is the safest passage to that happy state of nationhood rooted in freedom and property, The Right of The People to own, possess, keep and accumulate bullion, shares, bonds, digital currencies or other investments, shall not be infringed, but as and where required for a necessary arrest or prevention of price gouging by government.
The right to accumulate bonds, shares or bullion shall not be qualified or restricted by any requirement of licensing, registration, fee, taxation, restriction on transportation, or other such impediment.
Amendment XXXII: The Right to Private Conduct. The Right of The People to the free pursuit of autonomy and happiness in work and in recreation shall not be restricted, but in a manner prescribed by law for the purpose of securing and strengthening the society of The Aryan Family, of requiting offences against the person, or of retaining the military, paramilitary and naval power due to The State from The Nation.
Amendment XXXIII: The Right of Free Association. The Right of The People to freely associate, identify, employ and enter into solidarity, to congregate and convene, and to form and to take leave of communities, shall not be infringed.
Amendment XXXIV: The Right To Solidarity. No lawfully constituted society, organisation, school, charity, college or other body may be proscribed or outlawed but upon indictment of a criminal conviction factually establishing said body as a specific and actual criminal enterprise; nor shall government institute or require measures undermining the National Solidarity, or the establishment of the racial and ethnic fraternity of the White men within The Republic; nor shall there be at any time any law or other ordinance either conceived or instituted with the aim of procuring the safety or inclusion of an Alien race (to include the Jewish Race) within the society of The Nation by means of public censorship, prohibition, proscription or disbandment of persons of White Race.
Amendment XXXV: The Right to Boycott. Government shall make no law or other ordinance that shall require or compel custom, but in such a manner as to ensure the proper functioning of the armed forces, or by reason of emergency through the requisition of those goods and services that shall be both available and necessary in a time and place of war, or of other such paramount state as may befit the nationalization of property and personnel.
Amendment XXXVI: The Right of Freedom of Movement. The Right of The People to freedom of movement throughout The Republic shall not be restricted, but in a manner prescribed by law for the purpose of respecting private or government property, of securing military or naval installations, of conserving the forestry, of maintaining lawful prisoners at The Republic’s pleasure, of enforcing laws for the confinement of the insane, or to contain immediate hazards of fire, disease, flood or other public danger in those areas so effected.
Amendment XXXVII: The Right to Avoid and Evade Arrest. Government shall make no law expressly prohibiting the resisting of a lawful or unlawful arrest, nor shall trespass be made subject to the criminal law, but where aggravated, or protected by court order in the course of a criminal investigation, or in respect of designated military, naval or governmental property, facilities or installations as prescribed by law.
Amendment XXXVIII: The Right to Freedom from Arbitrary Lockdowns. Whereas there shall be no general or arbitrary ‘lockdown’ of persons or services in The Republic, Government quarantines for the promotion of public health may apply only to specific persons or parties of interest on arrival or transfer, and for the immediate arrest or pre-emption of a general contagion of human diseases and subsequent infections.
Amendment XXXIX: The Right to Maintain The Family. Government shall make no law or other ordinance prohibiting or preventing the right of The Headman [paterfamilias] to instil due deference within The Family, to preserve the natural order therein, to temper, reserve and chasten His women, and to properly subdue, protect and defend His rightful familial subjects.
Amendment XL: The Right to Freedom from Medical Imprisonment. No citizen shall be subject to medical authority or to any procedure thereof, but as shall be required for.
1. The necessary relief of stations or offices of command vital to the functioning of the armed forces or of The State.
2. The enlistment and maintenance of troops as provided by law.
3. The sectioning and confinement of the clinically insane.
4. The necessary quarantine, amounting to physical confinement, of a person for the prevention of the spread or outbreak of disease.
The right to medical discharge shall extend to all minors and those similarly incapable, whose rights shall be exercised by the parents or guardian.
Amendment XLI: The Right to Medical Confidence. The State shall not access nor acquire private medical records, but upon a subpoena issued by a magistrate.
Amendment XLII: The Right to Freedom from Infancy. No citizen shall be either constrained or rendered legally incapable by a limit to age of consent that shall be established beyond the point of sixteen years, nor to a limit to age of majority that shall be established beyond the point of twenty-one years.
Amendment XLIII: The Right to Parity Under the Law. No citizen shall suffer punishment for breach of any law or other ordinance whether made by Parliament, by Praetorian Decree, or by any other body or authority, that shall not be applied without distinction of rank, class, character or religious or political allegiance, or of national, ethnic or cultural origin, or that shall not have been made and duly proclaimed and published in advance, or that shall not be enforceable by a court of law, and in which court the accused shall:
1. Have the right to a speedy and public trial by a jury of his peers for any non-summary offence, which shall be at liberty to judge both facts and the merits of the relevant law.
2. Have previously been informed of the nature and cause of the accusation.
3. Be presumed innocent until found guilty.
4. Be confronted by a declared injured party.
5. Be confronted by the accuser or accusers.
6. Be confronted by witnesses for the prosecution or lawsuit.
7. Have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses for the defence.
Reform XXV: The Duty to Mercantile Allegiance. Residents and citizens, and all other subjects and entities under The Republic, shall support, assist and cooperate with all such state intelligence and investigative business as shall be prescribed by law.
Reform XXVI: The Duty to Racial Responsibility. No resident or citizen shall conceive in liable foreknowledge of sickness or degeneracy, nor shall any state subject take part in any interracial marriage or conception concerning Whites.
Reform XXVII: The Duty to The Security from An Enslaved Future. There shall be no mechanical revolution in The Republic. Cyborgism and the replacement of Man by machines, or by persons subject to machines, shall not be allowed in The Republic.
Reform XXVIII: The Duty to The Iron Dream. Whereas each citizen, secure in able fitness, shall enjoy the right to full and gainful adult employment in perpetuity of lasting good health, the right to the capacity for work shall be protected by The State.
With such rights being guaranteed by all necessary measures of corporate and commercial levies, requirements, directives, regulation and expropriations, The State shall ensure to each able male citizen honourable work and a decent living in The Fascist-Industrial community.
Reform XXIX: The Duty to Patriotic Provision. The People shall have the right to all such aid, protection, relief and provision by reason of race and kindred blood as may be afforded in time of war, disaster or other hardship.
Reform XXX: The Duty to Racial Protection. The right to life of healthy, unborn White children, beginning at conception, shall be upheld and enforced by The State and by Praetorian Authority.
Reform XXXI: The Duty to Racial Provision. Every gainly and befit male citizen in The Republic shall have the right to sire healthy White offspring. This right shall be enjoyed from the moment of coming of age, and shall not be withheld or delayed to any point in later adulthood.
Reform XXXII: The Duty to The Patriotic Nation. All state subjects shall acknowledge the inalienable right of The Republic to exist as a Fascist State for the exclusive use and residence of people of White Race, shall uphold and obey all of The Republic’s lawful provisions and statutes, and shall refrain from all acts of disloyalty, subversion or counter-revolution against The Race in The Republic.
Reform XXXIII: The Duty to National Revolt or Revolution. Should The State, or any other constitutionally provided body, abandon This Constitution to assume a despotic, treasonous or otherwise racially disloyal form of governance, and should no viable mechanism be made available for a peaceable remedy, The Republic’s citizenry and other White inhabitants shall be dutybound to abolish such government and to restore the legal order envisaged by This Constitution.