Be it known to all that we, the people, hereby ordain and establish this Constitution as the supreme law of the land, founded on the principles of natural law and the preservation of minority and natural rights. Our intention is to foster a harmonious and equitable world for all living beings, upholding the values of civil disobedience, the naturalistic way of life, and the protection of the rights of all living beings.
Article I: Fundamental Principles
Section 1. Natural Liberty of Man
Say: "My Lord has guided me to a straight path, a well-founded deen, the way of Abraham, a man of pure natural belief. He was not one of the idolaters.´ Say: ´My salat and my rites, my living and my dying, are for Allah/Nature's God alone, the Lord of all the worlds Who has no partner. I am commanded to be like that and I am the first of those who surrender.´ (6:161-163)
The natural liberty of man is to be free from any superior power on earth and not to be under the will or legislative authority of man.
Section 1.2. Rule of Law
The law of nature shall be the rule for man's conduct and shall serve as the basis for all legislative authority.
Section 1.3.Preservation of Natural Liberty
The government shall ensure the preservation of natural liberty as a fundamental right of all individuals. Any infringement upon this liberty shall be prohibited, and appropriate legal measures shall be taken to remedy such violations.
Section 2. Preservation of Minority and Natural Rights
The primary objective of this Constitution shall be to safeguard and promote minority and natural rights, ensuring that the power of civil disobedience is protected and maintained for the benefit of all.
Section 3. Prohibition of Coercion
The Constitution shall guarantee the protection of every individual's right to a naturalistic way of life, free from coercion. This right shall be founded on the principles of "do no harm" and "do not let others harm you." The government and its laws shall refrain from employing force or coercion unless there is evidence of harm to others.
Article II: Supremacy of the Constitution
Section 1. Supremacy Clause
This Constitution shall serve as the supreme law of the land. All laws enacted and actions undertaken by the government must conform to the principles and values embodied within this Constitution.
Section 2. Revocation of Governing Powers
The governing powers and privileges of any political organization may be revoked if clear and proven evidence emerges that the organization has violated the principles and values enshrined in this Constitution. Strict enforcement of this provision shall ensure that governing bodies adhere to the principles of protecting minority and natural rights, as well as preserving the naturalistic way of life.
Article III: Ministries and Departments
Section 1. Ministry of Natural Law and Trust
This ministry shall oversee the application of natural law and foster the principles of trust between the government and the people. The ministry's primary focus shall be on the capacity of public office candidates to enter into a binding social contract, such as a constitution or an oath of office, and assume their roles as rulers. The ministry shall be devoted to the judicious administration of the government in compliance with natural law, acting as a guardian for the well-being of all living entities.
Section 2. Ministry of Education and Jurisprudence
This ministry shall instruct society on the value of life and interpret laws encompassing all of nature while reducing human law interference. The objective of this ministry shall be to nurture a society that embraces "pro-choice" values and adheres to the principles of "do no harm" and "do not let others harm you."
Section 3. Ministry of Economy and Social Equity
This ministry shall manage the Executive system or the actual economic system, adhering to the principle of the Gift Economy, which distributes wealth justly and equitably based on the natural rights of each nation, ethnicity, and indigenous population. The ministry shall act as a steward, prioritizing the conservation of free will and individual liberty.
Article IV: Unchangeability and Interpretation
Section 1. Unchangeability
This Constitution is unchangeable, enshrining the principles of natural law and the rights embedded within it. All governmental actions and decisions must carefully adhere to the principles and values outlined in this Constitution.
Section 2. Interpretation
The interpretation of this Constitution shall be governed by the principles of natural law, the protection of minority and natural rights, and the promotion of civil disobedience. The interpretation shall emphasize the preservation of the naturalistic way of life and the safeguarding of all living beings' rights.