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									        IMPORTANT NOTICE AND DISCLAIMER:
 The following proposal is an extension of the original and official World Legislative Bill
  Number One. The following legislative proposal has not been motioned, seconded nor
adopted by the Provisional World Parliament. As of December 1999, this version is meant
   for the readers’ consideration only and has not the effect of law, as does the original
                          legislation adopted by that Parliament.



                             World Legislative Bill
 To Establish a Protocol for the Behavior of Individuals and
  Organizations Regarding the General Disarmament and
                Civil Defense of Planet Earth



RECOGNIZING         that the prior legislation of the Provisional World Parliament
outlawing nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass death and destruction
and creating a World Disarmament Agency was a necessary measure;


And recognizing that the explicit definition and specification of legal and illegal
actions is the logical next step in establishing a protocol for individuals and
organizations regarding the ownership or use of weapons of any kind
whatsoever;


And in order to discern between those individuals and organizations which have
a legitimate claim to any weapons from those who do not have any possible
legitimate claim;


And in order to justly expedite the full implementation of the World Disarmament
Agency and all provisions of the World Legislative Bill Number One;



THEREFORE, be it enacted by this Provisional World Parliament in Fifth Session,
September, 2000:




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Article I.             The Protocol for Civil Defense
     Section A.
 From the date of adoption of this World Legislation by the
Provisional World Parliament, it shall be universally outlawed
and prohibited anywhere on Earth to advertise, finance, fund,
own, represent, use or threaten to use any nuclear weapons or
other weapons of mass death and destruction or their
conveyances as defined in the appendix to World Legislative
Bill Number One. It shall be universally outlawed to own or
finance facilities for the production or maintenance of such arms
or their conveyances.

Furthermore, it shall be universally outlawed to broker the
finance of such arms or facilities, or to broker the ownership of
any activity which violates World Legislative Bill Number One
or this World Legislation.
To provide orderly control in the rapid divestment and
depreciation of stock values for Nuclear Weapons and other
Weapons of Mass Destruction, all forms of stock trading in
these are also hereby prohibited, including futures, derivatives
and mutual funds which finance such weapons, or which finance
outlawed activities. Possession, trade, brokerage or harborage
of financial instruments which support outlawed weapons or
activities is likewise illegal, whether such instruments
exclusively support outlawed activities or whether only a part
value of the financial instrument finances the illegal product or
activity. It is also illegal to accept such financial instruments as
collateral in the determination of credit for loans.



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Responsibility to know the activities of firms in order to
maintain compliance with World Legislation rests with the
individuals involved in the financial transactions. However, the
World Disarmament Agency shall draw up a list of compliant
corporations and compliant instruments, and shall keep this list
current.

I. - Section B.
From the date of the adoption of this World Legislation, to
represent weapons of mass destruction through any
governmental body, non-governmental organization, treaty
organization, or any other institution or to negotiate or attempt
to negotiate as though one has possession or control over
weapons of mass destruction shall be a violation of this World
Legislation. Representation as control of nuclear weapons and
other weapons of mass destruction in the Security Council of the
United Nations is likewise proscribed under this World
Legislation. To otherwise represent those who violate this
World Legislation shall also be a violation of this World
Legislation. However, defense attorneys under the jurisdiction
of the Provisional World Court or World Court may legally
represent suspects alleged to have violated world legislation, as
such legal representation of alleged suspects is not the
representation of the proscribed armaments, per se. There shall
be no privilege nor immunity regarding any provision of World
Legislation, at any level, as per Article X. Section A.1. of the
Constitution for the Federation of Earth.




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I. - Section C.
  Funding of nuclear weapons, other weapons of mass
destruction, facilities for their management or their production,
enacted by governmental bodies, agents or representatives is
hereby outlawed, with enforcement applicable against the
individuals who commit such appropriations or attempted
appropriations. Funding for any illegal activities as described by
World Legislation shall be considered a violation. Voting for
such illegal funding at any level of government is hereby
outlawed, whether or not the illegal funding measure passes,
with enforcement process applicable to whatever representative
or agent votes for the bill. Motions or legislative proposals
submitted at any level of government to fund nuclear weapons
or other weapons of mass destruction shall also be considered
illegal, with enforcement measures against whatever
representative or individual who makes or supports such a
motion.

I. - Section D.
 It is hereby outlawed that anyone manage, supervise or
otherwise direct other persons to violate World Legislative Bill
Number One or this World Legislation, even though such
directing persons may not have direct contact with the weapons
themselves.

I. - Section E.
  It is hereby outlawed to threaten to use or to threaten to
develop nuclear weapons or weapons of mass destruction,
whether or not such weapons are actually possessed and/or

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whether or not the violator has the means to develop or use such
weapons.

I. - Section F.
  It is hereby outlawed to give military assistance or military
defense to anyone who violates World Legislation, whether by
international assistance, funding, training or any other sort of
aid, such action constituting accessory, a criminal act.

I. - Section G.
 It is hereby outlawed to commercially or governmentally
advertise for the sale, production or use of nuclear weapons
and/or other weapons of mass destruciton, at any level of
production, whether the advertiser works as an artist, graphic
designer, photographer, manager, printer, salesperson, marketer,
publisher or in any other position of the advertising process.

I. - Section H.
 The planning, construction, maintenance, use or habitation of
bunkers from which outlawed weapons can be controlled, built,
managed, operated or stored is hereby outlawed. The facilities
and grounds of any such bunkers, in any nation or land, or under
the oceans of Earth, are hereby mundialized and declared the
common property and heritage of the people of Earth. No lesser
government nor private agency may conduct any business or
activity within which violates World Legislation. The Earth
Federation shall have full jurisdiction and ownership over all
activities which take place in such bunkers, and shall determine,
on a case-by-case basis,whether such bunkers shall be used as
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historical World Parks, be put to some other non-military use, or
be dismantled and filled in.

I. - Section I.
 It is outlawed to block or impede the activities of agents or
citizens of the Provisional World Government and World
Government who are engaged in the enforcement of World
Legislation, or to attempt in any way to obstruct the
apprehension and/or prosecution of individuals or organizations
who violate World Law under the Constitution for the
Federation of Earth, such illegal action constituting obstruction
of justice, a criminal act.

I. - Section J.
 The use of any generally-permitted or recommended weapon,
suitable for law enforcement purposes, in the commission of any
crimes listed in World Legislation, including for the defense of
third parties who violate World Legislation, is hereby prohibited
and constitutes its own separate offense. This proscription
against the defense of third parties shall not be construed to
prevent the legitimate provision of personal safety to persons
under detention or arrest for the alleged violation of World
Legislation.

I. - Section K.
  From the date of the adoption of this World Legislation, in
cases where the respective national government(s) or respective
national military have not ratified the Earth Constitution, any
detonations or accidents of weapons of mass destruction causing
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mortalities, injuries or property damage, shall not be considered
an Act of God. Instead, in such cases where the detonation is
not clearly intentional, this will be considered negligent
homicide or manslaughter. Any associated military officials,
even including the head of the respective national government
where the incident takes place or originates, may be tried in both
the Criminal and Civil World Courts of the World Government.
Each individual is held accountable and there is no sovereign
immunity at any level within the Earth Federation as per Article
X.,Section A.1. of the Constitution for the Federation of Earth.

I. - Section L.
 No nation, corporation, group nor individual may sell or
transfer any generally-permitted or recommended armaments
suitable for law enforcement purposes, to any other nation,
corporation, group or individual who has not ratified or
provisionally ratified the Earth Constitution. (Recommended
armaments suitable for law enforcement purposes are defined in
the appendix to this World Legislative Bill.) However, such
generally-permitted and recommended weapons suitable for law
enforcement may be sold or transferred to nations, corporations,
groups and individuals who have ratified or provisionally
ratified the World Constitution, even if such entities reside
within a nation or geographical area which has not officially or
provisionally ratified the Earth Constitution and World
Legislation, provided such ratifying groups or individuals
otherwise adhere to the law as enacted under the Earth
Constitution by the Provisional World Government and the
World Government. Sale and/or transfer of such armaments
shall be monitored and regulated by theWorld Disarmament

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Agency and the Enforcement System, which is empowered to
enforce this World Legislation.

I. - Section M.
  Sale or transfer of dual-use materials, such as explosives or raw
chemicals useful for explosives or weapons, shall be registered
with, monitored and regulated by the World Disarmament
Agency and the Enforcement System. No dual-use material may
be sold or transferred to any nation, corporation, group or
individual who has not ratified or provisionally ratified the
Constitution for the Federation of Earth. Enforcement of this
provision shall consider the actual use to which the dual-use
material is evidently being put.

I. - Section N.
  Intellectual property promoting actual or planned nuclear
weapons and other weapons of mass destruction is hereby
mundialized, declassified and placed in the public domain. The
rights to such property are hereby stricken from any individual,
corporation, national government or other group. The
Provisional World Government and World Government shall
not provide any protections for former rights claimed, and
requirement for payments of royalties or debts for the former
purchase, lease or use of such property is hereby dishonored and
shall not be recognized. Such properties denied protection
include advertisements or marketing for outlawed weapons and
systems, diagrams, plans, instruction for weapons or systems,
software used for the management or operation of such systems,


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books, journals, private reports, or other publications promoting
the use of such weapon systems.
However, intellectual property regarding outlawed weapons and
systems which clearly recognizes the illegality of those weapons
and systems, and/or the legitimacy of World Legislative Bill #1
under the Constitution for the Federation of Earth, shall be
offered and extended full copyright, patent or trademark
protection under World Law.

I. - Section O.
   Borrowing or lending weapons of mass destruction is hereby
outlawed. Borrowing or lending money for the purchase of
weapons of mass destruction and/or systems for their use is also
outlawed. Borrowing or lending money for the purpose of
violation of any portion of World Legislation is also hereby
outlawed. It is also outlawed to accept illegal financial
instruments as collateral in the determination of credit for loans.
Loans formerly extended for the purpose of purchasing outlawed
weapon systems are a special case. The World Court may
decide in favor of the lender or of the borrower of such loans, in
favor of a mutual settlement, depending upon whether the lender
or the borrower is first in ratifying the Constitution for the
Federation of Earth, or the World Court may decide against
both the lender and borrower, in some cases. Lenders who have
formerly made loans for the purpose of financing weapons of
mass destruction may petition to have the agreement upheld by
the Court, provided the lending institution first ratifies the Earth
Constitution, and simultaneously agrees to allow no further
finance for outlawed weapons or for financing persons and
groups violating World Legislation. On the other hand,

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borrowers who have formerly taken out loans for the purpose of
financing weapons of mass destruction may petition to have the
loan agreement stricken down by the World Court, provided the
borrower first ratifies the Earth Constitution, and simultaneously
agrees to relinquish and have dismantled any weapons of mass
destruction still in their possession, and to abide by the
Constitution for the Federation of Earth. In cases where a
lender and borrower simultaneously or nearly simultaneously
apply to enforce this section, the World Court may decide a
compromise payment plan. To ensure fairness in the
implementation of this legislative section, the applying party
must notify the other party of their intent to pursue this legal
course of action, and such notice must be made by return-receipt
registered mail from the Court, with the applying party paying
for the cost. In no case shall the Court decide in favor of a party
to this dispute if more than three months have elapsed from the
time of this court proceeding before that party ratifies the Earth
Constitution.

Article II. - Responsibility
II. - Section A.
 The Board of Trustees of the World Disarmament Agency shall
determine the organization and functioning of the World
Disarmament Agency in accordance with the terms of this and
all World Legislation and under the Constitution for the
Federation of Earth, while at all times responsible to the
Cabinet and Parliament. No Nation nor the Security Council of
the United Nations Organization nor any other organization may
have veto powers in the decisions of the World Disarmament
Agency.

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II. - Section B.
 Upon provisional ratification of the Constitution for the
Federation of Earth, by the national governments of the United
Nations Security Council, the respective members of the
Security Council shall make regular reports, and may make
recommendations to the Board of Trustees of the World
Disarmament Agency, to the Provisional World Parliament, to
the World Parliament, and the Enforcement System of the World
Government.

Article III. Initial Actions to Be Taken
 As part of the process of implementation, this bill shall be
submitted for compliance by all national governments and by all
national parliaments, together with the direction for compliance
by communities, cities, states, provinces, or other political
districts, and by universities, colleges, schools, institutes, labor
unions, professional associations, corporations, cooperatives,
other businesses, and by individual citizens throughout the
world and of every country. The United Nations Center for
Disarmament shall be advised of this World Legislation, to any
amendments to this legislation and to the actions arising from it.
The disarmament required by ratification shall be consistent
with the provisions of Article17, Section A-9, of the
Constitution for the Federation of Earth relating to paired
ratification and disarmament.

Each National Government or National Parliament which
ratifies the Constitution for the Federation of Earth shall
require the immediate immobilization and defusing of any
nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass death and
destruction within its borders or under its jurisdiction or
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direction anywhere in the world, together with the immediate
cessation of all advertising, funding, or financing, of any such
weapons; All governments are called upon to include in their
penal codes the provision that the advertising, funding, or
financing of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass death
and destruction are a crime against humanity, and that any
individual responsible for engaging in such activities, shall be
indicted and brought to trial accordingly, by due process of law.

Article IV. Entrance into Vigor
 After six months from the adoption of this World Legislation
by the Provisional World Parliament, any nation, national
government, corporation, university, laboratory, or other entity,
or officials thereof, found in violation of this Bill, shall be
declared in violation of world law and as acting as a world
outlaw or outlaws, and may be brought before any suitable
international court or world court established under the
Constitution for the Federation of Earth, for appropriate trial
and disposition. The completed process of global ratification
shall not be required before implementation, nor shall this World
Legislation require consensus from each transgressor before the
initiation of legal proceedings and enforcement actions.

Article V.              Implementation

V. - Section A.
Warrants may already be issued from the World Court for
individuals suspected of violation of the original Section I of
World Legislative Bill Number One, from the date of 11 March
1983 (six months from the implementation of the main body of

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that bill.) After six months from the adoption of this Protocol
Bill, the World Court may issue warrants for the apprehension
of individuals or organizations suspected of illegal ownership,
finance, funding, brokerage, representation, or who threaten to
use weapons of mass destruction, or who otherwise violate this
world legislation. Upon conviction, they shall be likewise
declared in violation of world law and as having acted as a
world outlaw or outlaws.

V. - Section B.
 No national government nor lesser government has jurisdiction
over arrests stemming from enforcement of World Legislation
under the Constitution for the Federation of Earth and no
action will be taken by any national government nor lesser
government, nor their representatives and agents, to stop or
interfere with the actions of persons enforcing World
Legislation. As any interference shall be construed as
interference in the matters of the World Government,
individuals responsible for such interference shall also be liable
for arrest, prosecution and punishment, as defined below in
Section V.D. of this World Legislation. If not immediately
apprehended, such interfering individuals’ names and identities,
and a report of sworn testimony as to the time and circumstances
of the interference will, as soon as possible, be made known to
the responsible branches of the World Government for the
possible issuance of warrants.




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V. - Section C.
  Upon official declaration of the First Operational Stage of
World Government under the Constitution for the Federation
of Earth, the World Court will assume its responsibility for the
issuance of such specific warrants to the Enforcement System
as may be needed, and for processing the Court caseload.

During the First Stage of World Government, to the extent
which is possible, the World Police shall only be required to
enforce World Legislation within geographical areas already
under the jurisdiction of the World Government (the oceans,
Antarctica, space, etc.) and within the nations which have given
full or provisional ratification to the Constitution for the
Federation of Earth.

Further provisions for the operation of the Enforcement System
of the World Government shall be specified in separate enabling
legislation by the Provisional World Parliament or by the World
Parliament.



V. - Section D. Statutory Assessments of Penalties for
Violation of World Legislation

A primary guideline in the sentencing of convicts shall be for
the restitution toward victims of the crime. These victims may
be identified as individuals, groups or as the entire populace of
Earth.



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1.
 Punishment up to and/or including permanent forfeiture of
personal assets, excluding a minimum necessary for
reasonable decent living, denial of credit and possible
imprisonment throughout the period of the First & Second
Operational Stages of World Government, or beyond, may
be levied for violation of this world legislation.


2.
 Former violators of this World Legislation who have
already ratified the Constitution for the Federation of
Earth (CFE) before the deadline or who ceased to violate
this Legislation before the amendment deadlines may be
exempt from prosecution and may suffer no penalty,
provided their behavior now represents and is consistent
with the CFE, with all World Legislation and the World
Government.


3.
 Violators of this World Legislation may be assessed some
penalty or granted leniency by a bench of the World Court
according to the following provisos:


a.
Alleged violators who ratify the Constitution for the
Federation of Earth and who volunteer to cease violation of this

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World Legislation and who come forward before arrest can
expect greater leniency by the World Court, including possible
pardon, a reduced fine and/or no imprisonment.

b.
 Alleged violators who are apprehended, but who can prove that
they have ratified the Earth Constitution and ceased to violate
this World Legislation prior to such arrest, upon conviction can
expect some leniency by the World Court, including possible
pardon, a reduced fine and/or no imprisonment.

c.
Alleged violators who are apprehended and who ratify the CFE
during their arrest, upon conviction may expect some limited
leniency by the World Court, including possible possible
pardon, reduced fines and possibly no imprisonment or a
reduced term of imprisonment.

d.
 Alleged violators who are apprehended by the World Police,
and who continue to refuse to ratify the CFE, whether for
disbelief, fear of national-level reprisals, greed, incompetence or
whatever other reason, upon conviction may expect no leniency
from the World Court. Such individuals shall be prosecuted to
the fullest extent of the law, and may face penalties of up to the
loss of personal assets, excluding a minimum necessary for
reasonable decent living, loss of all credit, and the loss of liberty
by incarceration, for throughout the period of First & Second
Operational Stages of World Government or possibly beyond.
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e.
 Individuals who are found guilty of interference in the arrest or
prosecution of alleged violators, shall be liable to a punishment,
up to the loss of personal assets, excluding a minimum
necessary for reasonable decent living, loss of all credit, and the
loss of liberty by incarceration, for throughout the period of First
& Second Operational Stages of World Government or possibly
beyond.


f.
 Individuals, particularly minors, who can show that they were
operating under conscription to defend violators of this World
Legislation may receive greater leniency from the World Court
than volunteer and/or mercenary forces defending violators ,
especially provided they can show that they discontinued
violation of this World Legislation at the earliest possible
moment.


g.
 Individuals found guilty of the conscription of others shall
receive less leniency from the Courts, particularly adult violators
and violators who have shown resistance to the implementation
of this World Legislation. Such violators, upon conviction, shall
be liable to a punishment, up to the loss of personal assets,
excluding a minimum necessary for reasonable decent living,
loss of all credit, and the loss of liberty by incarceration, for

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throughout the period of First & Second Operational Stages of
World Government or possibly beyond.

h.
  Individuals who are found guilty of the illegal transfer of
confiscated property or assets of the World Government shall be
liable to a punishment, up to the loss of personal assets,
excluding a minimum necessary for reasonable decent living,
loss of all credit, and the loss of liberty by incarceration, for
throughout the period of First & Second Operational Stages of
World Government or possibly beyond.


i.
 In the case of finance or brokerage of proscribed weapons,
conveyances, or of outlawed activities under World Legislation,
due consideration shall be granted regarding the complexity of
financial instruments and the difficulties of determining whether
and where a given financial instrument violates World
Legislation. These factors shall be considered in the assessment
of penalties or restitutions. However, the responsibility for
compliance with these Bills rests with the individuals,
organizations or governments involved in the financial
transactions and ownerships. The complexity of assessing the
accountability shall not interfere with the enforcement of World
Legislation, nor with the process of obtaining restitutions.




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4.
 Penalties for violation of this World Legislation may be
progressive. Penalties for early convictions during the
implementation period may be substantially less severe than
those penalties assessed for later convictions, based upon the
relative length of time and circumstances since the
implementation of the legislation and the judgement of the
World Court.

5.
 The Earth Financial Credit Corporation will compile a
comprehensive file with names, pertinent information and a
credit schedule for convicted violators. Each violator’s credit
file shall be submitted to all national and international bureaus
of credit, notifying such offices that these are convicted violators
of this World Legislation, and informing the credit bureaus to
the extent of any unpaid fine owed by the convicted violator
which has been assessed by the World Courts.

6.
Class-action suits or other civil suits against alleged violators for
losses suffered due to their violation of World Legislation since
its implementation date may be activated through the World
Court Civil Bench. Upon conviction, the Civil Court may
enforce the payment of settlements on the individual violators,
for any and all illegal actions or illegal inactions on the part of
the convicted violators in order to pay restitution to the
aggrieved parties and for Court costs.


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V. - Section E.
 Upon the implementation date of this World Legislation, the
facilities, grounds and assets of all corporations involved in the
production of weapons of mass destruction, in all countries, are
hereby claimed as World Territory and World Property of the
World Government under the Constitution for the Federation
of Earth, to be administered by the World Disarmament Agency
of the Enforcement System.

In such cases where corporations are cooperative pursuant to
Article VII., Section D. of this World Legislation, corporations
may retain assets for immediate factory conversion to
non-military, environmentally-clean production under the
supervision of the World Disarmament Agency. Assets
successfully converted in this manner will not be liable to
confiscation by the World Government.

The Earth Financial Credit Corporation (EFCC) shall file a lien
to the World Court against the unauthorized sale or usage of
these confiscated or impounded properties . The EFCC shall
notify the registries of the deeds and of the accounts that the lien
has been filed prohibiting the transfer of such properties outside
of World Government jurisdiction. With the implementation of
this World Legislation, any individual attempting unauthorized
transfer or accepting these properties outside of World
Government jurisdiction shall be liable for prosecution under
this legislation. Each act of transfer shall be considered a
separate offense. Illegal transfer is herein defined as the transfer
of corporate assets or properties when the transferring individual
does not have a delegation of authority from the World

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Disarmament Agency or the World Government to make such a
transfer.

Article VI.              Implementation Schedule.

This World Legislation, with its amendments, once passed by
the Provisional World Parliament, shall be circulated to all
national governments, to the heads of all national militaries, to
the financial markets worldwide, to the delegates and all offices
of the United Nations Organization and related organizational
bodies, along with forms for the ratification of the Constitution
for the Federation of Earth and the World Legislative Bill
Number One, within three (3) calendar months from the passage
of this World Legislation.

Those governments, militaries, financial markets, UNO offices
and related body offices which are on-line shall be e-mailed
copies of the Constitution for the Federation of Earth and
World Legislation, and/or they shall be mailed write-protected
floppy disk versions by the offices of the Provisional World
Cabinet. The Provisional World Parliament directs the
Provisional World Cabinet to allocate ten thousand dollars
($10,000) for the implementation of this task. The floppy disks
shall include this advisory on their label: “Each individual is
accountable to know the following enclosed laws regulating
weapons of mass destruction. Ignorance of these laws is no
excuse. Violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the
law.”

Officials, agents, employees and other affected persons who
begin their work prior to or subsequent to this notification are
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not released of liability due to lack of knowledge of this World
Legislation.

From the date of official declaration of the First Operational
Stage of World Government, individuals who may be suspected
violators of World Legislative Act Number One or this World
Legislation have 30 days to respond by ratifying the
Constitution for the Federation of Earth and sending proof of
such ratification either to the Standing Parliamentary
Commission for the Ratification of the CFE, or to the offices of
the Provisional World Cabinet. Such proof of ratification must
be postmarked, faxed or e-mailed no later than thirty (30)
calendar days from the time that the CFE copies and legislative
notices are mailed out by the offices of the World Cabinet.
Ratifiers are responsible to pay their own postage or
transmission fees. Those persons who neglect to heed this World
Legislation by the due date shall be held in contempt, and shall
be registered as alleged violators by the World Government. A
list of names and personal information of such non-ratifiers shall
be compiled and published by the offices of the World Cabinet,
or by the World District Attorneys, if operational, and shall be
made available at cost to any citizen of the World Government.
This list will be continually updated, so that former alleged
violators names can be removed from the list and so that any
new alleged violators’ names can be added on. An active, up-to-
date list of alleged violators shall be maintained at each office of
the World Government, at each bench of the World Court and at
all offices of the Ratification Commissions. An attempt will be
made to keep such lists perfectly current and the lists will be
revised no less frequently than every thirty (30) calendar days,
until and unless they are no longer necessary.
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Article VII. Plans and Actions of the
           WorldDisarmament Agency

VII. - Section A.
 As soon as possible, the World Disarmament Agency shall
begin the plans and operation for a global minesweeping
program to recover, deactivate and clear ordinance and anti-
personnel mines from all lands of Earth, beginning with the first
nations or populations to ratify the Constitution for the
Federation of Earth. This minesweeping program shall be
under the direction of the Board of Trustees of the World
Disarmament Agency, and shall be funded by the developing
fiscal agencies of the World Government.

VII. - Section B.
 For any nuclear weapons which still may exist upon the
adoption of this World Legislation, the World Disarmament
Agency shall, if possible, design, adopt and/or carry out plans to
deactivate all nuclear bombs by following whatever procedure is
safest, which may include filling in the reaction chamber of the
weapons with the most appropriate wire or other suitable
material, using the safest methods possible, in order to help
prevent and lessen the likelihood of any accidental or intentional
detonation. The World Disarmament Agency shall then follow
through with the separation of the fissile or fusile materials from
their explosive detonators, according to the most stringient
safety guidelines possible.


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VII. - Section C.
 Throughout the period of Provisional World Government and
World Government, private armies and paramilitary forces are
banned, pursuant to the Bill of Rights, Article XII. Item 15 of
the Constitution for the Federation of Earth. The World
Disarmament Agency shall establish an office which will draw
up plans by which the private armies and paramilitary forces of
the world can effectively and humanely be disbanded, respecting
the rights of all parties involved, and helping the people of such
forces, insomuch as possible, to redirect their energies for
productive purposes, such as work within the Emergency Earth
Rescue Administration, the World Disarmament Agency and/or
the Enforcement System of the World Government. However,
this ban against private armies and paramilitary forces shall not
be construed as any ban against legitimate self-defense by
citizens of the Earth Federation who have ratified the
Constitution for the Federation of Earth. That regulated
militia which consists of the whole body of the civilians
themselves, bearing only such arms as are suitable for law
enforcement purposes and civil order, their right to keep and
bear arms, and to thereby uphold the Earth Federation, shall not
be infringed. The Earth Federation shall only develop, keep and
bear such arms as are not denied to the citizens of the Earth
Federation.

VII. - Section D.
 The World Disarmament Agency shall study plans which have
already been made by corporations, governments, labor and non-
governmental organizations for the peaceable conversion of
munitions plants, such that there is the least possible disruption
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to the workers and communities involved. When such plans are
suitable, these shall be financed by the agencies of the World
Government, for the rapid conversion away from production of
armaments of mass destruction to more humane and appropriate
manufacture. When corporations are cooperative and prompt in
the conversion process, assets may be retained by such
corporations, and the status of their stocks may be favorably
affected, particularly when the judgement of the World Court
has not already made a specific ruling against such corporations.

Article VIII. Veterans
 As of three months from the adoption of this World
Legislation by the Provisional World Parliament, veteran
benefits at any level of government may be affected for the
violation of World Legislation.
     1. The World Court, along with the World Financial Credit
Corporation can require forfeiture of some or all veterans
benefits or private sector retirement benefits for those
individuals who violate World Legislation after this date. Being
under orders to violate this World Legislation shall not exempt
an individual from accountability in this regard.
2. Individuals who accrue veteran benefits but who do not
violate this Bill shall not be so affected. The World Government
shall uphold veterans' rights to collect their pensions or other
benefits from their respective national governments, provided
the veteran has not violated World Legislation.
 3. Any degree of forfeiture of Veteran benefits shall be related
to the severity of the respective violations.

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Article IX. Automatic Weapons of Government
 Insomuch as possible, the World Police shall not develop, keep
nor use fully automatic weapons (as automatic rifles, automatic
handguns, and machine guns). No later than the date of
declaration of the Full Operational Stage of the World
Government under the Constitution for the Federation of
Earth, all local and national governments and the World Police
force shall turn over any remaining government-owned
automatic weapons to the World Disarmament Agency for
dismantlement or permanent conversion to single-fire or semi-
automatic function. The World Disarmament Agency shall
ensure that any automatic weapons turned in shall, upon request
of the deliverer, be replaced immediately by semi-automatic or
single-fire arms of similar caliber, provided the deliverer
reaffirms support for the Constitution for the Federation of
Earth and its World Legislation. The costs of this exchange
shall be born entirely by the Federation of Earth. At that time,
the Earth Federation and its governmental agencies and agents,
as well as the member nations and governments which comprise
the Earth Federation, shall not develop, keep, nor use any fully
automatic weapons. Nor shall private industry manufacture
automatic weapons in a society where the right to self-defense is
guaranteed and where government is safely accountable, on a
leash with no standing armies.
In accordance with the principle of the human right to individual
self-defense, this legislative item is applicable to automatic
weapons in the public, governmental sector, and is not to be
misconstrued as any prohibition against personal self-defense in
any such cases where individual self defense may be warranted.
However, private citizens wishing to exchange automatic
weapons for semi-automatic or single-fire arms of similar
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caliber may do so, provided the deliverer reaffirms support for
the Constitution for the Federation of Earth and its World
Legislation. Replacement shall be immediate, upon acceptance
of the delivery of the automatic weapon. The costs of this
exchange shall be born entirely by the Federation of Earth.

Article X.     Limitations
 There shall be no statute of limitations for the prosecution of
violations of this World Legislation, nor of World Legislative
Bill Number One. However, the right to no ex post facto
prosecution remains, so only those portions of this World
Legislation which were in effect at the time of a specific
violation may be used in prosecution.

Article XI . Constitutionality
 Valid provisions of this World Legislation will be enforced in
spite of any judicial determination that certain parts of the action
may be unconstitutional.




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Appendix.

  Amended Definition of Other Weapons of Mass Death and
                       Destruction:

     Bio-chemical weapons, including nerve gas, bacterial
weapons, mass defoliants, any other kind of poison gas or bio-
chemical weaponry excepting non-military tear gases kept or
emitted from handheld dispensers, and which are non-flammable
or used in non-flammable concentration and which ordinarily
produce no permanent harm, and excepting such tranquilizing
darts or bullets, being fired only from handheld weapons, and
which ordinarily produce no permanent harm;
Fire bombs, block-buster bombs, anti-personnel bombs, cluster
bombs, neutron bombs, and other kinds of bombs;
Cruise missiles, Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles, short range
missiles, and other missiles used to deliver nuclear or other
weapons of mass death and destruction;
Bombers, military aircraft, and military aircraft carriers;
Battleships, military submarines and any other ocean launched
weaponry;
Satellite weaponry or weapons stationed in or maneuverable
from upper or outer space or the Moon;
Laser ray weapons, and any other weapons which might in
future be developed for mass death and destruction, excepting
laser sighting/targeting mechanisms on handheld sidearms or
handheld rifles which are suitable for law enforcement purposes
and which are designed in themselves to not cause blindness nor
other injury ;

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Delivery systems for nuclear weapons, bio-chemical weapons
and all other weapons defined herein; Delivery systems of
means when used to convey military weapons across national
boundaries;

Appendix. Weaponry, Equipment and Least Necessary
Force

Least Necessary Force

      A guiding principle of world law enforcement shall be that
such measures which do not require apprehension shall be used
in any cases where this is sufficient to end the transgression and
to bring about judicial settlement. Where this is not adequate,
enforcement shall endeavor to apprehend the suspect causing the
least physical harm possible.

     Any arresting World Police Officer must be prepared to
document in a World Court that the least necessary force was
used in effecting any arrest. In an enforcement situation, at first,
if possible, the arresting officer shall use no force other than
persuasion, negotiation and verbal control using a clear, firm,
authoritative approach in order to effect the apprehension of a
suspect.
     If this is not successful, the arresting officer may use
minimum force, such as arm bars,wrist locks, grips and other
basic hands-on, weaponless guide-alongs and restraints.
     When weaponless guide-alongs and restraints are not
adequate to subdue a suspect, the arresting person may progress
either to stronger weaponless techniques, such as kicks to legs
and open-hand blows, or may rely upon mild, non-lethal
chemical agents, such as pepper spray or mace, which cause no

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permanent harm. The strongest weaponless techniques shall
only be used when the other weaponless techniques have not
been effective or if there was no opportunity to use them.
      Baton, short stick or flashlight should be used only if the
above techniques are not adequate. The arresting officer shall
be able to show adequate prior knowledge of safe baton
techniques.
      Firearms should not be employed in an arrest unless the
above-mentioned methods have failed or if there is no
opportunity to use the above-mentioned methods in a situation.
The arresting officer shall be able to show adequate prior
knowledge in safe gun handling.
      Whatever weapons are carried or used, the arresting officer
shall be prepared to show that they had prior knowledge in the
safe, responsible use of such weapons.

     At which time the World Police begins its formation and
forever thereafter, the world police force shall use and possess
only such weapons as are not denied to the
law-abiding citizens of the Earth Federation.

Outlawed Equipment

Weapons unsuitable for use in typical law enforcement
situations shall not be used in the apprehension of suspects.
Weapons unsuitable for government use include, but are not
limited to, the following: Any weapons classified in World
Legislation as a weapon of mass destruction, blade weapons of
any kind, flexible weapons which might cause mortal injury
upon impact, blackjacks, brass knuckles, saps. Strap weapons
which might easily cause strangulation are banned. All
cartridges with bullets designed to explode or fragment are

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banned, except for such safety bullets which are so designed as
to be unlikely to cause mortal injury. All mortars or launchers
are unsuitable for use. Tear gas and stun grenades shall not be
used as a means of crowd dispersal, nor shall lethal force be
used as any means of crowd dispersal

 The above-listed weapons are hereby banned as standard means
of law enforcement.

Recommended Equipment

     Recommended equipment for law enforcement purposes
shall include, but shall not be limited to, the following:
handcuffs, other temporary restraints which cause no permanent
damage, body armor, handheld-dispenser pepper spray/mace,
softwood batons, hardwood short sticks, flashlights, single-
action or semi-automatic firearms, electronic stunning devices
of a current/voltage combination which do not cause permanent
harm, acoustic devices which do not cause permanent harm and
combinations of the above. Strap batons which can be shown to
be more safe and less likely to cause strangulation than ordinary
batons in effecting arrest of suspects are also recommended.
Such safety bullets, whose impact or fragmentation are unlikely
to produce mortal injury are also recommended. Tranquilization
darts and such chemical bullets which put a suspect temporarily
unconscious, yet without permanent harm may also be
developed and used.




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