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Policy Enforcement Bill, Introduced November 27th 2022
BE IT ENACTED BY THE DALIL AZIZ, THE STATE LEGISLATURE OF ALLODIUM MOORISH PRAEDIUM ANTE COLORADO HERE ASSEMBLED THAT:
The standard of enforcement by any Chartered Colony organ must conform and adhere to the standards set forth in the bilateral Treaty of Peace and Friendship 1787/1836, the multilateral treaty Act of Algeciras 1906, the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide Paris 9 December 1948, the 1960 Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples General Assemble Resolution (1514), the 1984 Convention Against Torture and Other Cruel Inhuman or Degrading Treatment or Punishment, the 2001 Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts, the 2007 United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples and the 2018 Consular Access and Notification documents.
WHEREAS, Article 2 Section 2. of the State of Colorado Constitution reads. “The people of this state have the sole and exclusive right of governing themselves, as a free, sovereign, and independent state; and to alter and abolish their constitution and form of government whenever they may deem it necessary to their safety and happiness, provided, such change be not repugnant to the constitution of the United States.”
WHEREAS, Article 6 Clause 2 of the United States Constitution reads, “This Constitution, and the laws of the United States which shall be made in pursuance thereof; and all treaties made, or which shall be made, under the authority of the United States, shall be the supreme law of the land; and the judges in every state shall be bound thereby, anything in the Constitution or laws of any State to the contrary notwithstanding.’
WHEREAS, the 1787/ 1836 Treaty of Peace and Friendship between the United States and Sultan Muhammad III of Morocco, established a framework for peaceful relations between the colonists and the Empire of Morocco.
WHEREAS, the 1906 Act of Algeciras resolved contentions between the Christian powers and the Empire, including settlements for future disputes and provisions for banking, taxing and establishing Moroccan customs and Sherrifian law enforcement.
WHEREAS, the United States signed the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide on December 9th, 1948, aimed preventing the destruction, in whole or in part, of a national, ethical, racial or religious group. The United States was among the original signatories and Colorado being a chartered colony franchisee of said corporation, is bound to the same obligations of the convention entered into force on January 12th, 1951, ratified by the United States on November 25th, 1988.
WHEREAS, the 1952 case of France vs. The United States rejects the submission of the United States of America relating to the exemption from taxes; and finds that the United States of America is not entitled to claim that the application to citizens of the United States of laws and regulations in the French Zone of Morocco requires the assent of the Government of the United States, but that the consular courts of the United States may refuse to apply to the United States citizens laws or regulations which have not been assented to by the Government of the United States.
WHEREAS, the 2010 United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples affirmed the rights of indigenous peoples to their lands, territories, and resources, and recognized the importance of their cultures, traditions, and spiritual relationship to their lands.
WHEREAS, the 2010 Responsibility of States for Internationally Wrongful Acts established the principle that states have a responsibility to prevent, investigate, and provide remedies for internationally wrongful acts committed within their jurisdiction, including acts that violate the rights of Indigenous Peoples.
WHEREAS, the 2018 Consular Access and Notification documents established a standard protocol for interacting with and detaining foreign Nationals.
WHEREAS, Allodium Moorish Praedium Ante Colorado has recognized itself as a sovereign Moorish State, having a permanent population, Constitution, Flag, Seal and demonstrating its de jure by conducting Government operations and enjoying the full powers of a ratified and promulgated republic, returning unto the entire submission of Moroccan law.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF ALLODIUM MOORISH PRAEDIUM ANTE COLORADO AS FOLLOWS:
Section 1. This Act may be cited as the “Policy Enforcement Protection Act.”
Section 2. Purpose. The purpose of this Act is to protect the inalienable/ unalienable rights and liberties of AMPAC State Nationals in the de jure jurisdiction of Allodium Moorish Praedium Ante Colorado formerly the charted colony, State of Colorado, and to ensure that the state of Colorado meets its obligations under international law to respect, protect, and fulfill the rights of the Indigenous Autochthonous Nationals of Allodium Moorish Praedium Ante Colorado.
Section 3. Definitions. In this Act: (a) "Indigenous Peoples" means the Autochthonous Moors, Native American, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian peoples of the Americas, as well as any other indigenous peoples recognized by the United States. "Indigenous lands" means the lands, territories, and resources traditionally occupied or used by Indigenous Peoples, including both private and public lands.
b. The term "Organ" includes any person or entity which has that status in accordance with the internal law of the State, i.e, the United States of America (“the negotiating State”), the United states, its foreign organs, and foreign agents the U.S department of justice, the federal bureau of investigation, and all the entities of the federal structure as well as the chartered colony states which are subordinate franchisees of the U.S corporation. Whether the organ exercises legislative, executive, judicial, or any other functions, whatever position it holds in the organization of the State, and whatever its character as an organ of the Central Government or of a territorial unit of the State.
c. The term "Torture" means any act by which severe pain or suffering, whether physical or mental, is intentionally inflicted on a person for such purposes as obtaining from him or a third person, information or a confession, punishing him for an act he or a third person has committed or is suspected of having committed, or intimidating or coercing him or a third person, or for any reason based on discrimination of any kind, when such pain or suffering is inflicted by or at the instigation of or with the consent or acquiescence of a policy enforcer or other person acting in an official capacity, it does not include pain or suffering arising only from, inherent in or incidental to lawful sanctions.
d. The term "Charter/ Chartered Colony" means an instrument emanating from the sovereign power, in the nature of a grant, either to the whole nation, or to a class or portion of the people, or to a colony or dependency, and assuring to them certain rights, liberties, or powers. Such was the "Great Charter" or "'Magna Charta," and such also were the charters granted to certain of the English colonies in America.
e. The term "Policy/ Policy Enforcer means, The general principles by which the Chartered Colony is guided in its management of municipal affairs. This term, as applied to a law, ordinance, or rule of law, denotes its general purpose or tendency to apply ordinances, statutes, and codes in its policing of its corporate citizens, subjects, and proteges.
Section 4. Protection of Indigenous Lands. (a) The state of Colroado shall respect the rights of Indigenous peoples to their lands, territories, and resources, and shall take all necessary measures to protect those rights. (b) The state of Colorado shall not take any actions that result in the involuntary removal of Indigenous Peoples from their lands, territories, or resources, except in accordance with the International law and with free, prior, and informed consent of the affected Indigenous Peoples.
Section 5. Responsibility for Internationally Wrongful Acts. The state of Colorado shall be responsible for internationally wrongful acts committed by the organs, agents and citizens of the chartered colony of Colorado, that violate the rights of AMPAC Nationals or indigenous peoples inhabiting the land. The Governor, Attorney General, and Secretary of State shall take special measures to ensure the inalienable/ unalienable rights of AMPAC State Nationals are secured. The State of Colorado will act as surety for its organs and agents, and shall take all necessary measures to prevent, investigate and provide remedies for such acts.
Section 6. Compensation for Damages. The State of Colorado shall ensure that Indigenous peoples and AMPAC Nationals are provided with compensation for damages inflicted upon them by private individuals, corporations or organs and agents of the state of Colorado in accordance with principles established in the 1960 Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples, General Assembly Resolution (1514)
Section 7. Consular Access and Notification. The state of Colorado shall ensure that AMPAC State Nationals detained or arrested within its jurisdiction are provided with consular assistance and notification in accordance with the 2018 Consular Access and Notification documents.
a. The aggression and belligerence used in the enforcement of a municipal policy that has no jurisdiction, validity, or enforcement powers on the Moorish Nationals of Allodium Moorish Praedium Ante Colorado are to be classified as “torture.” Chartered Colony Policy enforcement agencies have been briefed via “Consular Notification and Access 2018” as to the international protocol dealing with foreign nationals and have been briefed by AMPAC’S Minister of Foreign Affairs by certified letter. The chartered colony Governor, Attorney General, Secretary of State and enforcement organs are well aware that state and local municipal codes and statutes are subservient to the supreme law of the land “Treaty of Peace and Friendship 1787/ 1836” and the de jure laws of the Sherrifian authority of AMPAC.
b. Colonial policy enforcement and the exercise of extraterritoriality outside of the International regulations outlined in the agreed-to treaties, declarations, and conventions are hereby outlawed in “AMPAC” jurisdiction. Any activities conducted outside of the aforementioned bilateral and multilateral agreements will be recognized as criminal activity of a de facto Municipal Corporation, i.e., the United States of America (“the negotiating State”), the United states, its foreign organs, and foreign agents and the organs of state-chartered franchisees. Every Internationally wrongful act of a State entails the International responsibility of that State.
c. The conduct of any State agent or organ shall be considered an act of that State under International law, whether the organ exercises legislative, executive, judicial, or any other functions, whatever position it holds in the organization of the State, and whatever its character as an organ of the Central Government or of a territorial unit of the State.
d. The violation of the rights of a State National by an International Corporation, its organs, or Chartered Colony franchisees shall allow the State of AMPAC to seek justice in the form of fines, penalties, forfeitures, and imprisonment. Consular Court shall have the right to address the matter per the Treaty of peace and friendship 1787/1836:
article.20. If any of the Citizens of the United States or any Persons under their Protection, shall have any Disputes with each other, the Consul shall decide between the Parties, & whenever the Consul shall require any aid or Assistance from our Government to enforce his Decisions, it shall be immediately granted to him.
article.21. If a Citizen of the United States shall kill or wound a Moor, or on the contrary, if a Moor shall kill or wound a Citizen of the United States, the Law of the Country shall take place & equal Justice Shall be rendered the Consul assisting at the Trial; & if any Delinquent shall make his escape, the Consul shall not be answerable for him in any manner whatever—if need be, “Charter/ Chartered Colony” criminal court.
Section 8. Cessation and non-repetition: The " Chartered Colony organs and agents " responsible for the Internationally wrongful act are under an obligation: (a) to cease that act, if it is continuing; (b) to offer appropriate assurances and guarantees of non-repetition, if circumstances so require.
Section 9. Reparation: The responsible “Chartered Colony organs and agents” are under an obligation to make full reparation for the injury caused by Internationally wrongful act.
a. Injury includes any damage, whether material or moral, caused by the Internationally wrongful act of a Chartered Colony organ, agent or associate. Reparation for injury includes all Forms of reparation. Full reparation for the injury caused by the Internationally wrongful act shall take the form of restitution, compensation, and satisfaction, either singly or in combination. This law is intended to bind the perpetrator of any Internationally wrongful act, making that party his/her organ and the larger chartered members of the local and state municipalities and the U.S corporate charter to which they serve, under an obligation to make restitution, that is, to re-establish the situation which existed before the wrongful act was committed, provided and to the extent that restitution: i) is not materially impossible; (ii) does not involve a burden out of all proportion to the benefit deriving from restitution instead of compensation.
b. The “Chartered Colony organs and agents” responsible for an Internationally wrongful act are under an obligation to compensate for the damage caused thereby, insofar as such damage is not made good by restitution.
c. The compensation shall cover any financially assessable damage including loss of profits insofar as is possible.
d. The “Chartered Colony organs and agents” responsible for an Internationally wrongful act are under an obligation to give satisfaction for the injury caused by that act insofar as it cannot be made good by restitution or compensation.
e. Satisfaction may consist of an acknowledgment of the breach, an expression of regret, a formal apology, or another appropriate modality.
f. Satisfaction shall be in proportion to the injury and may take a form that strips the agent or perpetrator of the Internationally wrongful act of any bond or license that would enable them to execute the act upon any other party.
Section 10. Interest: Interest on any principal sum due under this Chapter shall be payable when necessary, in order to ensure full reparation. The interest rate and mode of calculation shall be set so as to achieve that result.
a. Interest runs from the date when the principal sum should have been paid until the date the obligation to pay is fulfilled.
b. Contribution to the injury In the determination of reparation, an account shall be taken of the contribution to the injury by willful or negligent action or omission of the obliged State or Chartered Colony organs and agents or of any person or entity in relation to whom reparation is sought.
Section 11. Ensuring the fulfillment of the obligation and communicating to make reparation:
a. The responsible Chartered Colony municipalities shall take all appropriate measures in accordance with its rules to ensure that its organs, members, agents and chain of command; provide the means for effectively fulfilling its obligations to all Treaties, Declarations, and conventions that the Nationals of Allodium Moorish Praedium Ante Colorado have acceded to and abide by. Protections shall be ensured to the State of Allodium Moorish Praedium Ante Colorado and the Nationals in their jurisdiction to ensure the inalienable/unalienable rights and the complete freedom to exercise their sovereignty and cultural identity in their nation of origin is protected.
b. Considering that the United Nations has condemned colonialism and all practices of segregation and discrimination associated therewith, in whatever form and wherever they exist, and that the Declaration on the Granting of Independence to Colonial Countries and Peoples of 14 December 1960 General Assembly resolution 1514 (XV) has affirmed and solemnly proclaimed the necessity of bringing them to a speedy and unconditional end, the United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination of 20 November 1963 General Assembly resolution 1904 (XVIII) solemnly affirms the necessity of speedily eliminating racial discrimination throughout the world in all its forms and manifestations and of securing understanding of and respect for the dignity of the human person,
c. Convinced that any doctrine of superiority based on racial differentiation is scientifically false, morally condemnable, socially unjust and dangerous and that there is no justification for racial discrimination, in theory, or in practice, anywhere,
d. AMPAC Nationals are free and equal to all other peoples and individuals and have the right to be free from any kind of discrimination, in the exercise of their rights, in particular, that based on their indigenous origin or identity.
e. AMPAC Nationals have the rights to life, physical and mental integrity, liberty, and security of person.
f. AMPAC Nationals have the collective right to live in freedom, peace, and security as distinct peoples and shall not be subjected to any act of genocide or any other act of violence, including forcibly removing children of the group to another group.
Introduced for parliamentary debate by Dawud Habib El Amen______.