UPDATED:  January 14/2021

Sovereign Republic of New Brunswick

Sovereignty is the full right and power of a governing body over itself, without any interference from outside sources or bodies. 

Sovereignty is a substantive term designating supreme authority over some polity.  In Natural Sovereign Law, sovereignty is the exercise of power by a state.  Polity is the rule of the many for the common good.  It is a constitutional form of the Republic of New Brunswick where power belongs to all the Sovereigns.

Sovereignty resides within the sovereigns.  Man and Woman are the only legitimate source of Sovereignty and existential Authority if they so choose to be.   Man and Woman will not bow to ideologies that do not recognize Sovereignty as supreme.  There may be a greater force, but when that force is exercised against a peaceful Man and Woman to forcefully subjugate them, this becomes naked aggression, tyranny and a crime against Sovereigns.  Sovereigns need no permission nor recognize other authorities.  Sovereigns pledge allegiance to no foreign bodies.  Sovereigns have met with such tyranny and stand firm against it.

 

General Provisions

 

The unconstitutional documents and laws which were applicable before applying this Constitution are repealed.
The will of the Sovereigns will always be above the Republic of New Brunswick Constitution.  Upholding and protecting the will of the sovereigns is the ultimate objective of every organ and function of the Constitution and the Sovereigns.

 

All Sovereigns will treat others with Lawful and Moral consideration.


Unalienable Rights

 

All Sovereigns have Unalienable Rights.

You cannot surrender, sell or transfer Unalienable Rights, they are a gift from the Creator to the individual and cannot under any circumstances be surrendered or taken.

“Unalienable:  incapable of being alienated, that is, sold and transferred.” – Black’s Law Dictionary, Sixth Edition, page 1523:

The natural rights of life and liberty are UNALIENABLE – Bouvier’s Law Dictionary, 1856 Edition.

Sovereigns swear to oppose all forms of discrimination and/or persecution on the grounds of ethnic origin, spiritual beliefs, and place of birth, gender, age, disability, sexuality, or language.  Sovereigns swear to uphold the Unalienable Rights of the Republic.

Emergency/crisis measures do not justify violation or alteration of Unalienable Rights and Freedoms. 

The Republic of New Brunswick is an Independent Republic Nation wherein the Sovereigns are the source of powers.  Life, Liberty, Prosperity, Property, and Land are all Sovereigns’ Unalienable Rights.

 

Part One

 

Right to Ownership of Property

 

The right to property or right to own property is a word used regarding possessions. 

Property is listed as; your body, your paperwork, your spouse, your children, your house, your vehicles as well as your land and anything exclusive to you.

The object of the right to property as it is usually understood, consists of property already owned or possessed, or of property acquired or to be acquired by a sovereign through lawful means.

  1. Every Sovereign has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.
  2. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his or her property.
  3. No one shall interfere, harm or infringe on others or the property of others.

 

Part Two

 

Sovereigns are Equal with Natural Sovereign Law

 

All Sovereigns are held equal before Natural Sovereign Law with due regard to differences in physical and mental capacity.

All Sovereigns of the Republic of New Brunswick are created equal.  No one Sovereign is the subject of another, nor is one set of Sovereigns deemed superior to another.  Sovereignty belongs to the Sovereigns of the Republic of New Brunswick, not to any government based in another nation, to any Crown, individual or entity.

All Sovereigns are:

 

To be advised of the charges in the event of an arrest.

To be tried in a Natural Sovereign Law Court.
To face ones’ accuser in the event of being charged of a crime.

To suffer no cruel or unusual punishment, no harm, no injury, no loss.

 

Part Three


Right to Earn a Living/No Income Taxes 

 

Any such tax is considered unlawful and unconstitutional to all Sovereigns in the Republic of New Brunswick.
All Sovereigns have the right to earn a living and keep the fruits of their labor
No Man or Woman can be taxed for their labor.

 

Part Four

 

Right to Travel/Migrate

 

Sovereigns have the right to freely migrate within the nation and/or to leave the nation.

Sovereigns may freely travel to other Sovereign nations as mutually agreed upon.

 

Part Five

 

Right to Worship

 

Ones’ own spiritual beliefs may be practiced and preached in the manner one chooses.   

All Sovereigns will treat others with Lawful and Moral consideration.

All spiritual beliefs will never be able to interfere in any way or change the lawful rights of any Sovereign, at present or in the future in the Republic.

All forms of churches are fully transparent and fully accessible to all Sovereigns.

The Republic of New Brunswick will not fund any spiritual beliefs or ideologies, they will have to be funded by their members or followers.

In the Republic of New Brunswick, all international funding is unlawful for any spiritual beliefs or ideologies.

 

Part Six

 

Right to Freedom of Speech

 

This written Constitution guarantees, under Natural Sovereign Law, that everyone has the right to freely express, speak, write and protest peacefully.  

Freedom of speech is a gift from the Creator to the Sovereigns and is NEVER granted by Administrations.

The will of the Sovereigns will always be above the Republic of New Brunswick Constitution, upholding and protecting that will is the ultimate objective of every organ and function of the Constitution and the Sovereigns.
All Sovereigns are guaranteed liberty for the exercise of freedom of speech, opinion, the press, peaceful assembly and protest.   Freedom of choosing by transparent ballot, the right to petition and or criticize the Administration and to obtain detailed information on its policies.  Defamation, slander and incitement to hatred laws are all subject to common sense and order.


Part Seven

 

Right to Bear Arms and Act in Self-Defense

 

To keep and bear arms and to possess weapons (arms) for their defense is the Sovereigns’ Unalienable Right.

The right of Sovereigns to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed upon by any Sovereign or nation.

Proportional response self-defence law requires the response to match the level of the threat in question.  In other words, a sovereign can only employ as much force as required to remove the threat.  If the threat involves deadly force, the sovereign defending themselves or others can use deadly force to counteract the threat.  Sovereigns may act in self-defence.

Physical Confrontation


In the case where a Sovereign is confronted or startled by an intruder and threatens their family, home property or place of business lethal force is lawful.

If a Sovereign is in a panic situation, harm or ends the life of another sovereign in self-defence, the sovereign will have the right to defend his actions.

If a Sovereign is being held hostage by another sovereign, the sovereign will have the right to use deadly force against the abductor.

The Sovereigns of the Republic of New Brunswick have the right to live without fear or harm, from intruders and technology.
Technology, inventions, and tech communications will not be lawful in the Republic of New Brunswick if deemed harmful to the Sovereigns.

Example 5G refers to the fifth generation of mobile technology which is harmful.

Sovereign parents have full responsibility and authority to raise, teach and discipline their children, so long as it does not bring harm to the children.

The exploitation of children is prohibited and enforced by Law in the Republic of New Brunswick.

Pedophilia is unlawful in the Republic of New Brunswick that is the sexual interference or contact with children.  This interference includes but is not limited to such activities as unwarranted touching, trafficking, pornography and grooming for sexual purposes. 

Restrictions are enforced on Media that attempt to exploit or target children in any way that lessens the boundaries between childhood and adulthood.

 

Treason is the crime of betraying one’s nation, especially by attempting to overthrow the Republic of New Brunswick.  Treason is the act of harming or injuring Sovereigns.
The Republic of New Brunswick and its Sovereigns will not tolerate treason in any form or way.  Attempts by force of arms or any violent or other means to overthrow the organs of Administrators of the Republic and any involvement in a treasonous act will cause all perpetrators to face a grand jury (and if guilt is established referred for military tribunal as enemy combatants that is the enemies of the Republic rather than trial through judicial court system).

 

 

Part Eight

 

Right to Freely Assemble and/or Associate

 

Sovereigns may associate or disassociate from any sovereign or group; have the right to assemble in non-violent protests.

Sovereigns have the right to assemble and to secure the above rights.

Voting on parts One to Eight are the protective measures in place to guarantee the Sovereigns are the final decision-makers.

Unalienable Rights can only be changed by one hundred percent (100%) vote of the Sovereigns NOT the majority. 

Any Article in the constitution can be amended by seventy-five percent (75%) of the Sovereigns vote.   Any Sovereign who reaches the age of 21 years is eligible to vote for all things pertaining to the Republic of New Brunswick. 

County Voting
One Sovereign carries one vote on County or Local issues, in regard to hiring or not hiring, firing or not firing local Administrators.  A vote of 75% permits changes to be made. 
Regional Voting
One Sovereign carries one vote, one county holds one seat to vote on Regional issues, in regard to hiring or not hiring, firing or not firing Regional Administrators.  A vote of 75% permits changes to be made. 

National Voting  

One Sovereign carries one vote, one County holds one seat, one Region holds one seat to vote on National issues, in regard to hiring or not hiring, firing or not firing National Administrators.  A vote of 75% permits changes to be made.

 

All outcomes will be posted for all to see, utilizing a transparent ballot, no electronic or mail-in voting in the Republic of New Brunswick.  Valid identification is required when voting.

The ultimate objective of every organ and functionary of the Sovereigns, the judiciary included, MUST indeed be to uphold and protect that will.  All Sovereigns are equal before the law.  They will enjoy equal civil and political rights, will have the same opportunities, and be subject to the same public duties and obligations, without discrimination.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I, do solemnly promise and declare that I will maintain and defend our Constitution of the Republic of New Brunswick and uphold our Sovereign natural laws and the laws of the land, that I will fulfill my duties faithfully as a lawful and moral member of our nation and that my aspirations and capabilities will be to the service and welfare of the Sovereigns of the Republic of New Brunswick as well as to myself and family

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