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The Principles Of Ecumenics

  • Power begins with the planet.
  • The planet is an asset owned by God but under the jurisdiction of all persons living.
  • All power flows up from this base.
  • The base formed by mankinds physical location is the source of all power exercised by men.
  • Power is exercised through ownership.
  • All ownership flows from a based in ownership claims over the planet.
  • Ownership is the exercise of power.
  • Power is the exercise of rights based on ownership.
  • This is our human rights.
  • Possession gives both power and rights.
  • Our human rights are based on the possession of self and the location of self.
  • Natural rights are based on our rights to those things the self produces.
  • Higher jurisdictional levels have only those powers provided by the lower level.
  • The rights and powers of higher jurisdictional levels exist only with the express permission of lower level authorities.
  • The authority of all levels of government is permitted by and contained in and by the authority of the people as the owners of their lands and political jurisdictions.
  • No act or action by any level of government or body in authority or office may exceed its authority or abridge the limitations placed on the expression of its power, influence and authority as provided by the lower level owners or shareholders.
  • All power resides and remains with local property owners.
  • Ownership of property is congruent with ownership of the local political jurisdiction.
  • Political jurisdictions represent the area owned by a local constituency.
  • The planet is owned by the people and the people represent all power and authority.
  • Private ownership serves as the foundation for all business activity.
  • Private ownership provides the foundation for our electoral rights.
  • All legitimate power flows from the electoral base upwards.
  • All power originates in and from the people, as owners.
  • The people legitimately and expressly reserve to themselves all power not expressly offered and given to a higher office.
  • All governing authority belongs to the office and not the office holder in that all the power of an office resides in and is restricted to the office holder and his or her title and not the person that bears said title.
  • No power is provided without limit and no title given without containing as part of its provisions the power of retraction.
  • No power, authority is provided without containing as part of its provision the means and conditions upon which said power, authority or title may be rendered null and void.
  • No state, agent, person, collection of persons, authority or agent acting under the authority of another has any power, right, position or authority to assign to another agent, power, person, authority the rights, or power or authority that properly and constitutionally belong to another.
  • No state, agent, person, collection of persons, authority or agent acting under the authority of another agent or authority has any power, right, position or authority to assign to another agent, power, person, authority powers over any asset or thing of value that rightfully belongs singularly or collectively to another or others.
  • All resources belong to all people to be used singularly and collectively according to the right of possession.
  • That which is not possessed, that is ‘in use’ is not owned.
  • The only legitimate form of ownership is personal ownership, the ownership provided by usage or proximation.
  • That which we have possession of by proximal claim is owned, that which is severed and unattached is not-owned.
  • The greater authority lies with the immediate agent, known as the possessor.
  • The nation is defined by the federation of the local bodies.
  • The federation of local agents defines the extent of the authority of all higher offices ie the extent of the province or state or other political bodies authority and responsibility.
  • Government is by assignment of powers.
  • Those powers not assigned are retained.
  • All powers not assigned are assumed retained by the lower body.
  • All power over assets stem from the power assigned by the individuals owning the assets to a higher level of authority.
  • No rights not possessed by the agent can be exercised or assigned to another agent.
  • All agreements and arrangements are achieved by mutual consent.
  • All consent that is not freely given must be achieved by purchase, i.e. by means of market mechanisms meaning the buy and sell, supply and demand algorithm.
  • All commercial exchanges must strive to approximate or equal the conditions of an economic rational exchange.
  • Rational exchanges benefit both parties equally and provide no cause for revocation.
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