Declaration of the Principles of Human Fraternity
Agreed to be the shared and universal basis for national laws pertaining to all individuals, groups, civilisations and cultures
Issued by the United Nations, Tokyo, 21 December 130AS
The Peoples of the World, having passed through great calamity, and having secured the survival of our Species only by dint of certain manipulations and interventions, executed under direst emergency and with the willing participation and to the mutual benefit of all nations and races, now hereby declare and affirm these several Principles which all human beings, regardless of origin, nation, heritage, circumstance, condition, capability, conviction or disposition shall rightly and reasonably expect to form the foundation of the laws that shall govern our Societies and the rules, regulations and restrictions to which we shall in fellowship submit.
That it shall be the right of every human being:
First: To be at liberty from incarceration, except as properly and lawfully required for the detention of suspects, the punishment of the guilty and protection of the public.
Second: To be free and protected from unwarranted oppression, indignity, negligence or harm.
Third: Not to be required to provide labour or perform services without compensation.
Fourth: That movement, expression, association and employment shall not be unreasonably restricted.
Fifth: That property and possessions rightfully and lawfully acquired shall not be arbitrarily removed or reduced; but shall be subject to the reasonable and ordinary contributions required by the state, or as agreed under contract or for the settlement of accounts.
Sixth: That alterations, manipulations, procreation or reproduction of any individual, or utilisation of the cellular or genetic material of any individual, be subject always to the consent of said individual.
– Gemsigns (UK paperback) , ch8, pp86-87