Draft Constitution of the Kingdom of David

 

Table of content
Preamble: We Place Our Trust And Hope In G-d 1
Article One: Name, Symbols, Type and Structure of the Government. 1
Article Two: The Leadership 2
Section One: The King 2
Section Two: The Levites 4
Section Three: The Overseer 4
Section Four: Executive Officers 4
Paragraph Thirteen: Abuse of Power 5
Article Three: The Legislature 6
Section One: The Royal House Of Elders 6
Section Two: The House of the People 7
Section Three: Knesset Proceedings 7
Section Four: Authority of the Knesset 9
Article Four: The Judiciary 10
Article Five: Twelve States And A Royal District 12
Section One: Twelve Princes Of Israel 12
Section Two: State Legislature 13
Section Three: State Authority 13
Section Four: State Tax 14
Article Six: Global Governance of the United Kingdom of David 14
Section Six: Global Currency and Monetary Transfer System 15
Article Seven: Israel as a Jewish Homeland 15
Article Eight: Human Rights 16
Article Nine: Policies of The Kingdom of David 17
Section One: Immigration 17
Section Two: The Military 18
Section Three: Land Inheritance 18
Section Four: Corporations 19
Section Five: Foreign Affairs 19
Section Six: Secret Societies and Public Officials 19
Section Seven: Employment 20
Section Eight: Technology Transfer 20
Section Nine: Health Care 20
Section Ten: Education 20
Section Eleven: Environment, Energy and Transportation 20
Section Twelve: Holy Days, Time, Weights and Measures 21
Section Thirteen: Penal System 21
Section Fourteen: Legal Definition of Marriage 22
Section Fifteen: Indigenous people 22
Section Sixteen: Jubilee 22
Article Ten: Constitutional Convention 22

 
THE KINGDOM OF DAVID CONSTITUTION
We Place Our Trust And Hope In G-d
Blessed are You O Lord, the G-d of Israel, our Father from everlasting to everlasting. Yours, O Lord, are the power, and the might, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty, for all that is in the heavens and on the earth are Yours; Yours is the kingdom O Lord and it is You Who is exalted as head above all. Riches and honor are from You, and You rule over all, and in Your hand is power and might, and it is in Your hand to magnify and to strengthen all. And now, our G-d, we give thanks to You, and praise Your glorious Name.
We place our trust and hope upon You O Lord the G-d of our fathers Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the Creator of Heaven and Earth, we ask for Your blessings of peace, freedom and prosperity as we establish by justice this Kingdom of David, to be upheld by mercy, a throne established to be a defender of the oppressed, to loose the chains of those unfairly imprisoned, to execute Judgment upon the workers of lawlessness and oppression and the architects of it. To be a light of Hope to the Nations by Your Kingdom of David and this Constitution for the land of Israel
We are grateful to You our G-d who has chosen our fathers Abraham, Isaac and Israel from all peoples, to established with them an eternal covenant and an everlasting promise to give to them and their descendants the Good Land of Israel as an inheritance and an eternal possession and to be a light and a blessing to the nations.

Article One: Name, Symbols, Type and Structure of the Government.
Paragraph One. Israel shall be a Royal Constitutional Democratic Republic. The government shall be composed of three separate and equal branches of government within their Constitutional authority. The Leadership branch: The King is the head of the entire government, Commander-in-Chief of all the Armed Forces and with power to enforce the laws. The Overseer watches over the entire government and has the authority to execute the laws. The Levites are the officers and spiritual leaders of the country serving as judges in rabbinic court and officiating over religious ceremonies and maintaining holy sites. The Legislative branch: The Knesset, shall be composed of two houses, the House of Elders and the House of the People, which shall be vested with making the laws. The Judicial branch: The Judiciary is composed of one Supreme Court and one Appellate Court and such inferior courts as the Knesset and States may establish from time to time.
Paragraph Two. The name of the Country is “Israel” and the government is the “Kingdom of David” or “United Kingdom of David”
Paragraph Three. The flag of Israel consists of a white background with a horizontal stripe one hand-span from the top and an equal sized stripe one hand-span from the bottom section, in the middle of the Israeli flag shall be a six pointed Star of David, which are interlocking opposing triangles, one pointing north and the other south, both the Star and the stripes are to be turquoise blue (tekhelet) in color.
Paragraph Four. The symbol of the Kingdom of David is a star of David above two golden-brown lions standing upon the earth facing each-other with Africa in the center, and holding the ten commandments with a stone wall background and the image encircled with two green olive branches containing ripe black olives, seventeen on the right branch and sixteen on the left branch.
Paragraph Five. The land of Israel shall be divided horizontally into thirteen equal geographic zones, which shall compose the twelve States and the Royal District that is to be in the center containing both Jerusalem and Tel Aviv-Jaffa.
Paragraph Six. The Twelve States shall be named after the twelve Biblical Tribes of Israel and establish symbols and colors according to the Biblical descriptions of the Twelve Tribes, and shall be submitted to the King for approval prior to use.
Paragraph Seven. The Royal Branch of the government shall have all the powers and authority to execute and enforce the laws of the land and this Constitution and the policies of the King the Elders and the United Kingdom of David. The King shall be vested with all powers necessary to enforce all the laws and policies of the Kingdom while the Overseer shall be vested with all the authority necessary to execute the laws and policies of the Kingdom. The Levites tested of Levitical DNA and approved for service shall be guardians of the holy sites and objects, administer the rabbinical court, officiate in ceremonies and take up residence in the Royal district.
Paragraph Eight. The Leadership of the twelve States shall be vested in twelve Princes; one Prince or Princess for each State.
Paragraph Nine. The legislative power of the Kingdom shall be vested in the Knesset, which shall consist of two separate bodies: the Royal House of Elders and the House of the People.
Paragraph Ten. The powers of the Judiciary shall be vested in one Supreme Court and in such inferior Courts as the Knesset and States may from time to time ordain and establish.

Article Two: The Leadership
Section One: The King
Paragraph One. The King is the head of the government and commander of the Military with Majesty power and authority to lead the government. No person except a blood descendant of King David and King Solomon shall be eligible to the sit on the throne of his father David; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirteen. A King must be in office for a period of not less than three years and six months; and has attained the age of thirty-five prior to receiving the full powers and authority of the King.
Paragraph Two. If the family bloodline of King David and Solomon is revealed, the Overseer and Elders shall investigate and if the family is determined to be of the royal line, then articles of Royal Certification are to be drafted stating all the evidence for this certification. Royal Certification must be approved by a three-fourths majority of the full House of Elders and a minimum of ten princes as being from the bloodline of King David and King Solomon before ascending to the throne.
Paragraph Three. The first heir to the Throne of David shall be chosen by random lot from the brothers of the family that is accepted as being of the Royal line of King David and King Solomon, the Chief Levite shall administer the lot in the presence of the Overseer and Elders from all the male heirs.
Paragraph Four. The King shall take an oath, administered by the Chief Levite, to uphold the Kingdom of his father David and this Constitution, with Justice, Mercy and Righteousness: –“I do solemnly affirm that I will faithfully execute the power and authority of the throne of the Kingdom of my father David and of Israel, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the Kingdom of David from all enemies internal or external so help me God.”
Paragraph Five. The King shall hold his office for a period not longer than forty years unless there be no heir. The King may reign jointly with his son after forty years for a period of fifteen years. The first-born son of the King shall be heir to his throne excepting the King should name a younger son to succeed to the throne.
Paragraph Six. The King, the Princes and Overseer cannot be proceeded against in civil causes or petty offenses while in office. Any legal causes against the King, the Overseer the Princes or cabinet officers must be on the basis of hard unequivocal evidence, which must be presented and approved by the judiciary committee of the House of Elders. In matters of the King, the Levitical Judicial committee together with the House of Elders judiciary committee must approve any legal matters against the King.
Paragraph Seven. The King shall, at stated times, receive for his services, a compensation, which shall neither be increased nor diminished during the period for which he shall be enthroned, and he shall not receive within that period any other emolument from the Kingdom, or State except as equally prescribed to all states for purposes of ceremony. The King shall not amass great amounts of wealth, excepting in advance that he designate the money to charity.
Paragraph Eight. Articles of suspension of the King shall originate in the Royal House of Elders and be confirmed by a three-fourths vote of both houses of the Knesset and ten or more Princes. If the King is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside: The King may appeal any Judgments to a referendum of the people and be acquitted by a vote of two-thirds. Any judgments against the King will not exceed the penalty of suspension of Royal Authority for a period of seven years, excepting in cases of treason or high and abhorrent crimes whereby the King can be impeached and his authority passed to one of his sons or to his brothers. The New Year after the seven years is completed, the King shall be restored to all Royal position and authority, unless new articles of suspension are issued and confirmed by a three-fourths vote of both Houses of the Knesset.
Paragraph Nine. The King may appeal any decision to impeach, suspend or remove him to the people and file a writ of appeal with the Royal House of Elders, who shall within ninety days send it to a vote of the people for a referendum; the King shall be restored to the throne by a two-thirds vote of the Jewish people.
Paragraph Ten. If the King is impeached or unable to discharge his duties the throne shall be passed to his first-born son in line to the throne; if there be no sons to the King then the throne shall by lot pass to one of the Kings brothers.
Paragraph Eleven. The King shall be commander in chief of the Armed forces of the Kingdom, and of the twelve State Defense Forces, when called into the actual service of the Kingdom.
Paragraph Twelve. By Consent of a sitting majority of the Security Committee of the House of Elders; The King shall have the power to declare war, engage in hostilities against another nation, grant letters of marque and reprisal, and make rules concerning captures on land and water. A vote of three fourths of the House of Elders is required to override the power of the King or cut off funding for these actions.
Paragraph Thirteen. The King shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for any offenses against the Kingdom of David. It shall be the duty of the King to administer justice, hearing the cases of those seeking mercy and justice. The King shall have a copy of the law next to the throne at all times.
Paragraph Fourteen. The King shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the House of Elders, to make treaties or agreements with other nations, provided two-thirds of the House of Elders concurs. No agreements or treaties with other nations shall in any way become law without the approval of a two-thirds vote of all members of the House of Elders.
Paragraph Fifteen. The King shall nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of the House of Elders, appoint ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, judges of the Supreme Court, and all other officers of the Kingdom, whose appointments are not herein otherwise provided for, and which shall be established by law. The Knesset may by law vest the appointment of such inferior officers, as they think proper, in the courts of law, or in the heads of departments. The King shall have the power to reject any inferior officers appointed by the Knesset, and the King may terminate such inferior officers and or their positions.
Paragraph Sixteen. The King shall have power to fill up all vacancies that may happen during the recess of the House of Elders, by granting commissions, which shall expire at the end of their next session.
Paragraph Seventeen. The King shall from time to time give to the Knesset information of the state of the Kingdom, and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient; he may, on extraordinary occasions, convene both Houses, or either of them, and in case of disagreement between them, with respect to the time of adjournment, he may adjourn them to such time as he shall think proper; he shall receive ambassadors and other public ministers; he shall take care that the laws be faithfully executed, and shall commission all the officers of the Kingdom.
Paragraph Eighteen. The Queen shall support the King and has no formal duties except ceremonial duties as may be granted by the King.
Paragraph Nineteen. A throne shall be set for the Queen Mother besides the King in the Hall of Justice. The role of the Queen Mother shall be, if she so desires, to assist the King in administering Justice and participate in ceremonial affairs and do acts of charity. The King for acts that bring dishonor to the Kingdom may remove the Queen Mother from official duties and recognition.
Paragraph Twenty. The King by written order shall have the power to remove from office any department head, officer or employee of the Kingdom and all its departments wherein not provided for by this Constitution except for State officials which are controlled by the State.
Paragraph Twenty One. The King during a declared state of emergency, shall have broad powers to supersede the Judiciary and the legislature, such emergencies must expire unless renewed in 36 months.
Section Two: The Levites
Paragraph One. The Levites are Jews from the Tribe of Levi, who are to be divided by lot into twenty-four separate divisions according to their service from the age of 20 and up as recorded in the Bible Book of First-Chronicles chapters 23 through 26. From among the Levites the Kohathites, Merarites, Gershonites are to serve as priests with the sons of Aaron serving as high priests and in charge of the Levites. They shall perform rabbinic, legal, spiritual and ceremonial duties and be custodians of Holy Sites and objects and are under the supervision of the King.

Paragraph Two. The Rabbinic courts and duties of the Recognized Rabbis shall remain as it is prior to this Constitution except where this Constitution expressly amends the powers or duties prior to this Constitution.
Paragraph Three. The decisions of the Rabbinic Courts run parallel to other courts and are to be respected by all other courts. Rabbinic Courts are to respect the Supreme Court of the States and the Supreme and Appellate courts.
Paragraph Four. In cases of conflict between Rabbinic and the Supreme or Appellate courts, the House of Elders shall decide the matter.
Paragraph Five. The Levites shall not be given a land inheritance, but shall instead receive offerings for their service to the people and government, from the people and from the government.
Paragraph Six: The Rabbinic courts and duties of the Recognized Rabbis shall remain as it is prior to this Constitution except where this Constitution expressly amends those powers or duties.
Section Three: The Overseer
Paragraph One. The Overseer manages the governmental affairs on behalf of the King. It is the duty of the Overseer to ensure all government officials are acting according to the laws and that the government is operating according to the will of the King, this Constitution and established policy.
Paragraph Two. The office of the Overseer shall have all the powers and authority to discharge all the duties of the King while no King is enthroned.
Paragraph Three. The Overseer is chosen by the King and must be confirmed by a majority of the Elders and Princes. The Overseer must be a man or woman from the twelve Tribes who has attained the age of forty and is not related by blood to the King.
Paragraph Four. Overseer cannot be proceeded against in civil causes or petty offenses while in office. Any legal causes against the Overseer or cabinet officers must be on the basis of hard unequivocal evidence, which must be presented and approved by the judiciary committee of the House of Elders.
Paragraph Five. If the Overseer is tried, the Chief Justice shall preside. The Overseer shall not be convicted without the concurrence of two-thirds of the House of Elders, if the King veto the decision then a vote of three-fourths of the House of Elders be required to impeach the Overseer.
Paragraph Six. The Overseer may be removed by the King with approval of two-thirds of the Royal House of Elders in confirmation. If there is no King then the Overseer may only be removed by a vote of three-fourths of the Royal House of Elders.
Paragraph Seven. If the Overseer is impeached, a new Overseer shall be appointed by the King within thirty days and then confirmed by a majority vote of the Royal House of Elders. If there is no King or the King fails to choose an Overseer within the prescribed time then the Overseer will be chosen by random lot from all sitting members of the Royal House of Elders to be administered by the Chief Levi.
Paragraph Eight. The term of office of the Overseer is for a period of seven years and then must be re-confirmed by the King and by a majority vote of the Royal House of Elders. An Overseer may not serve more than two terms unless together re-confirmed by two-thirds of the House of Elders, the King and nine Princes.
Section Four: Executive Officers
Paragraph One. There shall be a Royal Secretary, who shall be appointed by the King, and who shall continue in office during the term of service of the Overseer and being reaffirmed every four years by the King and by a majority vote of the Elders. He or she shall authenticate the publication of laws, and keep a fair register of all official acts and proceedings of the Kingdom, and shall, when required, lay the same and all papers, minutes and vouchers relative thereto, before the Legislature, or either House thereof, and shall perform such other duties as may be required by law.
Paragraph Two. A Kingdom Ambassador shall represent the State in Foreign affairs being responsible for Kingdom Embassies abroad and duties as the law may require
Paragraph Three. An Attorney General shall represent the State in all suits and pleas in the Supreme Court of the State in which the State may be a party, and shall especially inquire into the charter rights of all private corporations, and, from time to time, in the name of the State, take such action in the courts as may be proper and necessary to prevent any private corporation from exercising any power or demanding or collecting any species of taxes, tolls, freight or wharfage, not authorized by law. He shall, whenever sufficient cause exists, seek a judicial forfeiture of such charters, unless otherwise expressly directed by law, and give legal advice in writing to the King and other executive officers, when requested by them, and perform such other duties as may be required by law. He shall reside at the Royal District of government during his continuance in office. The attorney general shall hold office for four years and until his successor is duly qualified.
Paragraph Four. The comptroller of public accounts, the treasurer and the commissioner of the general land office shall each hold office for the term of four years, and until his successor is qualified; reside at the Royal District during his continuance in office; and perform such duties as are or may be required of him by law. They and the secretary of state shall not receive to their own use any fees, costs or perquisites of office. All fees that may be payable by law for any service performed by any officer specified in this section, or in his office, shall be paid, when received, into the treasury.
Paragraph Five. A commander of the military shall be chosen by monthly rotation from the twelve states.
Paragraph Six. A National Security Advisor to collect data on all internal and external threats to the Kingdom and brief the King and Overseer on such threats in the presence of the Joint chief of staff.
Paragraph Seven. Food and Agriculture officer shall ensure the healthy and safe food of the Kingdom and foster policies for a natural, sustainable and vibrant agricultural sector.
Paragraph Eight. Drug and Health Officer
Paragraph Nine. Environment and waste management officer shall be responsible for management and oversight of the nations water, air and environment ensuring and enforcing the government’s policies of sustainability; not to be at the expense of higher costs of living to the poor.
Paragraph Ten. Energy, transportation and infrastructure officer shall ensure a safe public and private infrastructure and clean affordable energy.
Paragraph Eleven. Labor and Commerce commissioner
Paragraph Twelve. Science and Technology officer
Paragraph Thirteen: Abuse of Power
A). Any person who shall, directly or indirectly, offer, give, or promise, any money or thing of value, testimonial, privilege or personal advantage, to any executive or judicial officer or member of the Legislature to influence him in the performance of any of his public or official duties, shall be guilty of bribery, and be punished in such manner as shall be provided by law.
B). Any member of the Legislature, or executive or judicial officer who shall solicit, demand or receive, or consent to receive, directly or indirectly, for himself, or for another, from any company, corporation or person, any money, appointment, employment, testimonial, reward, thing of value or employment, or of personal advantage or promise thereof, for his vote or official influence, or for withholding the same, or with any understanding, expressed or implied, that his vote or official action shall be in any way influenced thereby, or who shall solicit, demand and receive any such money or other advantage, matter or thing aforesaid for another, as the consideration of his vote or official influence, in consideration of the payment or promise of such money, advantage, matter or thing to another, shall be held guilty of bribery, within the meaning of the Constitution, and shall incur the disabilities provided for said offenses, with a forfeiture of the office they may hold, and such other additional punishment as is or shall be provided by law.
Paragraph Fourteen. An account shall be kept by the officers of the executive department, and by all officers and managers of State institutions, of all moneys and chooses in action received and disbursed or otherwise disposed of by them, severally, from all sources, and for every service performed; and a semi-annual report thereof shall be made to the King and Overseer under oath. The King or Overseer may, at any time, require information in writing from any and all of said officers or managers, upon any subject relating to the duties, condition, management and expenses of their respective offices and institutions, which information shall be required under oath, and the King or Overseer may also inspect their books, accounts, vouchers, and public funds; and any officer or manager who, at any time, shall willfully make a false report or give false information, shall be guilty of perjury, and so adjudged and punished accordingly, and removed from office.

Paragraph Fifteen. The King may appoint other permanent or temporary cabinet officers which shall never exceed twenty-four at any meeting.
Paragraph Sixteen. The Legislature shall pass efficient laws facilitating the investigation of breaches of trust and duty by all custodians of public funds, and providing for their suspension from office on reasonable cause shown, and for the appointment of temporary incumbents of their offices during such suspension.
Article Three: The Legislature

All legislative powers herein shall be vested in the Knesset, which shall consist of the Royal House of Elders and the House of the People.
The House of Elders shall assemble at least once in every year, in Jerusalem in a day determined by them. The House of the People is to assemble not more than once every two years at the time chosen by the House of Elders unless the House of Elders summons the House of the People into special legislative session. In extraordinary circumstances the King or Overseer may summon both houses of the Knesset into special legislative session.
Section One: The Royal House Of Elders
Paragraph One. The Royal House of Elders of the Kingdom of David shall be composed of seventy Elders in total. The Royal House of Elders shall be composed of three Elders from each state, to be chosen in a manner determined by each state for a total of thirty-six, and the balance of thirty-four Elders from the Royal District, twelve of which shall be appointed by the Levites and the King shall be vested with the appointment of twenty-two Elders , for six years; and each Elder shall have one vote.
Paragraph Two. Elders should be chosen for their good moral character and sound judgment, they should be people who are trusted members of their community chosen for there knowledge and wisdom in human and governmental affairs. No person shall be an Elder who shall not have attained to the age of fifty years, and been seven years a citizen of the Kingdom of David and who shall be an inhabitant of that state for which he shall be chosen for a period of not less than seven years continuously and be a member of that Tribe from the State which he is chosen if DNA information is available or be Jewish as recognized in this Constitution if DNA information is unavailable. Elders chosen by the King or Levites may come from any of the Twelve Tribes and may be related by blood.
Paragraph Three. When vacancies occur in the representation of any state in the Royal House of Elders, the executive authority of such state shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies: Provided, that the legislature of any state may empower the Prince thereof to make temporary appointments until the people fill the vacancies by election as the legislature may direct.
Paragraph Four. The Overseer shall be Head of the Royal House of Elders, but shall have no vote, unless they are equally divided.
Paragraph Five. The Royal House of Elders shall have the sole power to try all impeachments, excepting a Prince may be impeached by the State Knesset according to the rules established by the State. When sitting for that purpose, the Elders shall be on oath or affirmation. No person shall be convicted without the concurrence of two-thirds of the Elders.
Paragraph Six. Judgment in cases of impeachment shall not extend further than to removal from office, and disqualification to hold and enjoy any office of honor, trust or profit under the Kingdom of David: but the party convicted shall nevertheless be liable and subject to indictment, trial, judgment and punishment, according to law.
Paragraph Seven. The term of the Elders is six years, unless he be removed by a no-confidence vote of two thirds of the legislature of both houses of the state which selected him. The King may remove Elders appointed by him after serving three years. No Elder shall serve more than two terms.
Section Two: The House of the People
Paragraph One. The House of the People shall be composed of members chosen every third year by the people of the several States. Each state shall choose by election twelve representatives for the House of the People equaling a total of one hundred and forty four representatives.
Paragraph Two. A person shall qualify to be a People’s Representative who has not been convicted of any high crimes and who has attained the age of twenty-five years, and has been seven years a citizen of the Kingdom of David, and who shall, when elected, be an inhabitant of that state in which he shall be chosen. The States may add to these minimum requirements as determined by their legislatures.
Paragraph Three. When vacancies happen in the Representation from any State, the executive authority thereof shall issue writs of election to fill such vacancies either in a special election or at the next regular election as decided by the State. All Contested elections shall be determined in such manner as shall be provided by law.
Paragraph Four. The terms of the Representatives are for a period of three years and no representative may serve more than three terms, nor may a representative run for election for any other post or hold any other office while serving as a representative of in the House of the People.
Paragraph Five. The House of the People shall meet every two years, at such time as may be provided by law, and at other times when convened by the King or Overseer.
Paragraph Six. Each state shall be divided into twelve major electoral districts; each major electoral district is to be divided into sub districts of , people or less, the candidate who receives the most votes in each sub district shall win that sub district, the candidate who wins the most sub districts in a major electoral district shall be the representative of that major electoral district provided they have received fifty percent of the vote or more, if not, a runoff election shall be held between the two candidates with the most sub-district wins.
Section Three: Knesset Proceedings
Paragraph One. Each House shall be the judge of the elections, returns and qualifications of its own members, and a two-thirds majority of each shall constitute a quorum to act; but a smaller number may adjourn from day to day, and may be authorized to compel the attendance of absent members, in such manner, and under such penalties as each House may provide.
Paragraph Two. Each House shall choose their speaker and other officers.
Paragraph Three. Each House may determine the rules of its proceedings, punish its members for disorderly behavior, and, with the concurrence of two thirds, expel a member, but not a second time for the same offense.
Paragraph Four. Each House may punish, by imprisonment, during its sessions, any person not a member, for disrespectful or disorderly conduct in its presence, or for obstructing any of its proceedings; provided, such imprisonment shall not, at any one time, exceed forty hours.
Paragraph Five. The first session of the Knesset under this Constitution shall provide for revising, digesting and publishing the laws, civil and criminal.
Paragraph Six. The sessions of each House shall be open, except the Senate when in executive session.
Paragraph Seven. Each House shall keep a journal of its proceedings, and from time to time publish the same, excepting such parts as may in their judgment require secrecy; and the yeas and nays of the members of either House on any question shall, be entered on the journal.
Paragraph Eight. No Elder or Representative shall, during the term for which he may be elected, be eligible to any civil office of profit under the Kingdom or from the State which shall have been created or the emoluments of which may have been increased during such term; nor shall any member of the Knesset be interested, either directly or indirectly, in any contract with the Kingdom or State, or any territory thereof, authorized by any law passed during the term for which they shall have been elected.
Paragraph Nine. No judge of any court, officer of state, attorney general, clerk of any court of record, or any person holding a lucrative office under the Kingdom, or any State, territory or any foreign government shall, during the term for which he is elected or appointed, be eligible to the Knesset.
Paragraph Ten. A member who has a personal or private interest in any measure or bill, proposed, or pending before the Knesset, shall disclose the fact to the House, of which he is a member, and shall not vote thereon.
Paragraph Eleven. No law shall be passed except by bill, and no bill shall be so amended in its passage through either House as to change its original purpose.
Paragraph Twelve. Bills may originate in either House, and when passed by such House may be amended, altered or rejected by the other.
Paragraph Thirteen. No bill shall have the force of a law until it has been read on three separate days in each House, and free discussion allowed thereon; but in cases of imperative public necessity (which necessity shall be stated in a preamble, or in the body of the bill), four-fifths of the House in which the bill may be pending may suspend this rule, the yeas and nays being taken on the question of suspension, and entered upon the journals.
Paragraph Fourteen. The presiding officer of each House shall, in the presence of the House over which he presides, sign all bills and joint resolutions passed by the Knesset, after their titles have been publicly read before signing; and the fact of signing shall be entered on the journals.
Paragraph Fifteen. No laws passed by the Knesset, except the general appropriation act, shall take effect or go into force until ninety days after the adjournment of the session at which it was enacted, unless in case of an emergency which emergency must be expressed in a preamble or in the body of the act, the Knesset shall, by a vote of two-thirds of all the members elected to each House, otherwise direct; said vote to be taken by yeas and nays, and entered upon the journals.
Paragraph Sixteen. When the Knesset shall be convened in special session, there shall be no legislation upon subjects other than those designated in the proclamation of the King, Overseer or Elders calling such session, and no such session shall be of longer duration than thirty days.
Paragraph Seventeen. In all votes and elections by the Elders and House of Representatives, jointly or separately, the vote shall be written and recorded, and made public.
Paragraph Eighteen. All laws, ordinances and statutes must be written in plain language and in a manner to be understood by the common person without the need for special training or the reliance of information not contained in the bill.
Paragraph Nineteen. Neither House, during a joint session of Knesset, shall, without the consent of the other, adjourn for more than three days, nor to any other place than that in which the two Houses shall be sitting.
Paragraph Twenty. The Elders and People’s Representatives shall receive a compensation for their services, to be ascertained by law, and paid out of the treasury of the Kingdom of David. They shall in all cases, except treason, felony and breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during their attendance at the session of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same; and for any speech or debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any other place.
Paragraph Twenty-One. No Elder or People’s Representative shall, during the time for which he was elected, be appointed to any civil office under the authority of the Kingdom of David, which shall have been created, or the emoluments whereof shall have been increased during such time: and no person holding any office under the Kingdom of David, shall be a member of either House during his continuance in office.
Paragraph Twenty-Two. No bill (except general appropriation bills, which may embrace the various subjects and accounts for and on account of which moneys are appropriated) shall contain more than one subject, which shall be expressed in its title. But if any subject shall be embraced in an act, which shall not be expressed in the title, such act shall be void only as to so much thereof as shall not be so expressed.
Paragraph Twenty-Three. No law shall be revived or amended by reference to its title; but in such case the act revived or the section or sections amended shall be re-enacted and published at length.
Paragraph Twenty-Four. No bill shall be considered, unless it has been first referred to a committee and reported thereon, and no bill shall be passed which has not been presented and referred to and reported from a committee at least seven days before the final adjournment of the Knesset.
Paragraph Twenty-Five. A bill may be forced out of committee to a vote of that House by the signatures of one third of the members of that House on the proposed bill.
Section Four: Authority of the Knesset
Paragraph One. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the House of the People; but The House of Elders may propose or concur with amendments as on other Bills.
Paragraph Two. Every bill which shall have passed the House of the People and The House of Elders, shall, before it become a law, be presented to the King; if he approve he shall sign it, but if not he shall return it, with his objections to that House in which it shall have originated, who shall enter the objections at large on their journal, and proceed to reconsider it. If after such reconsideration two thirds of that House shall agree to pass the bill, it shall be sent, together with the objections, to the other House, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if approved by two thirds of that House, it shall become a law. If any bill shall not be returned by the King within twelve days after it shall have been presented to him, the same shall be a law, in like manner as if he had signed it, unless the Knesset by their adjournment prevent its return, in which case it shall not be a law.
Paragraph Three. Every order, resolution, or vote to which the concurrence of The House of Elders and House of the People may be necessary (except on a question of adjournment) shall be presented to the King; and before the same shall take effect, shall be approved by him, or being disapproved by him, shall be repassed by two thirds of The House of Elders and House of People, according to the rules and limitations prescribed in the case of a bill.
Paragraph Four. The Knesset shall have power to lay and collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises, to pay the debts and provide for the common defense and general welfare of the Kingdom of David; but all duties, imposts and excises shall be uniform throughout the Kingdom of David;
Paragraph Five. The Kingdom may derive tax revenue from international trade (imports and exports) and services and from creation of the currency enumerated in the book of Isaiah
Paragraph Six. To regulate commerce with foreign nations, and among the several states;
Paragraph Seven. To establish uniform laws throughout the Kingdom of David;
Paragraph Eight. To promote the progress of science, by securing for limited times to authors and inventors the exclusive right to their respective writings and discoveries;
Paragraph Nine. To constitute tribunals inferior to the Supreme Court;
Paragraph Ten. To define and punish felonies and offenses against Kingdom of David;
Paragraph Eleven. To raise and support armies and maintain a strong military.
Paragraph Twelve. To make rules for the government of the Kingdom of David and regulation of the land, sea, air and space. To provide for calling forth the State Defense Force to execute the laws of the Kingdom, suppress insurrections and repel invasions.
Paragraph Thirteen. To provide for organizing, arming, and disciplining, the State Defense Force, and for governing such part of them as may be employed in the service of the Kingdom of David, reserving to the states respectively, the appointment of the officers, and the authority of training the State Defense Force according to the discipline prescribed by the Knesset;
Paragraph Fourteen. To make all laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into execution the foregoing powers, and all other powers vested by this Constitution in the government of the Kingdom of David, or in any department or officer thereof.
Paragraph Fifteen. The privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion the public safety may require it.
Paragraph Sixteen. No power of suspending laws in this State shall be exercised except by the Legislature.
Paragraph Seventeen. The power to change the venue in civil and criminal cases shall be vested in the courts, to be exercised in such manner as shall be provided by law; and the Knesset shall pass laws for that purpose.
Paragraph Eighteen. The Knesset shall pass laws prohibiting the establishment of lotteries and gift enterprises in this State, as well as the sale of tickets in lotteries, gift enterprises or other evasions involving the lottery principle, established or existing in other States.
Paragraph Nineteen. No bill of attainder or ex post facto Law shall be passed.
Paragraph Twenty. No tax or duty shall be laid on articles exported from any state to another state within the Kingdom
Paragraph Twenty-One. No preference shall be given by any regulation of commerce or revenue to the ports of one state over those of another: nor shall vessels bound to, or from, one state, be obliged to enter, clear or pay duties in another.
Paragraph Twenty-Two. No money shall be drawn from the treasury, but in consequence of appropriations made by law; and a regular statement and account of receipts and expenditures of all public money shall be published from time to time.
Paragraph Twenty-Three. No title of nobility shall be granted by the States: and no person holding any office of profit or trust under them, except for the King, shall, without the consent of the Elders, accept of any present, emolument, office, or title, of any kind whatever, from any king, prince, or foreign state, approved gifts shall become the property of the State or Kingdom as shall be determined by the Knesset.
Paragraph Twenty-Four. All laws, excises, duties and imposts shall be uniform throughout all the States
Paragraph Twenty-Five. Treason against the Kingdom of David or Israel shall consist only in levying war against it, or in giving aid to their enemies in order to levy hostilities. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on truthful confession in open court.
Paragraph Twenty-Six. The Knesset shall have power to declare the punishment of treason, but no attainder of treason shall work corruption of blood, or forfeiture except during the life of the person attainted.

Article Four: The Judiciary

Paragraph One. The judicial power of the Kingdom shall be vested in one Supreme Court and in a Court of Appeals and in such inferior Courts as the Knesset and the States may from time to time ordain and establish.
Paragraph Two. Each of the Twelve States are to establish a Supreme Court and district courts for their respective states, to adjudicate state laws and uphold the decisions of the Royal Supreme Court and the laws of this Constitution and the land.
Paragraph Three. The Supreme Court shall consist of a chief justice and eleven associate justices, any seven of whom shall constitute a quorum, and the concurrence of three judges shall be necessary to the decision of a case being ten in all. No person shall be eligible to the office of chief justice or associate justice of the Supreme Court unless he or she be from the Tribe of Levi and at the time of his appointment a citizen of the Kingdom of David, and unless he shall have attained the age of forty-five years. Said chief justice and associate justices shall be appointed by rotation; The King shall appoint a Justice and then the Prince of the first State in the rotation beginning from top to bottom geographically shall chose a Justice. When vacancies occur the next in rotation will appoint the next Justice be it the King or State. Justices shall hold their offices for twelve years.
Paragraph Four. The Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction in Constitutional matters or disputes between states and appellate jurisdiction in other matters. Appeals may be allowed from interlocutory judgments of the State Courts, in such cases and under such regulations as may be provided by law. The Supreme Court and the judges thereof shall have power to issue, under such regulations as may be prescribed by law, the writ of mandamus and all other writs necessary to enforce the jurisdiction of said court. The Supreme Court shall have power upon affidavit or otherwise, as by the court may be thought proper, to ascertain such matters of fact as may be necessary to the proper exercise of its jurisdiction. The Supreme Court shall sit for the transaction of business for not less than nine months a year, at the seat of government, and at not more than three other places.
Paragraph Five. The Court of Appeals shall consist of seven judges, any three of whom shall constitute a quorum, and the concurrence of two judges, being a total of five shall be necessary to a decision of said court. The qualified voters of the Kingdom at a general election shall elect them. They shall be citizens of the Kingdom; shall have arrived at the age of forty years at the time of election, each shall have been a practicing lawyer, or a judge of a court, or such lawyer and judge together for at least three years. Said judges shall hold their offices for a term of five years, and each of them shall receive an annual salary, which shall not be increased or diminished during their term of office.
Paragraph Six. The Court of Appeals shall have appellate jurisdiction, in all criminal cases where the penalty is incarceration, and in all civil cases where great harm or large monetary value is caused, State Courts have original or appellate jurisdiction. In all cases its opinions shall not be published unless the publication of such opinions are objected to in court showing good cause not to publish. The Court of Appeals and the judges thereof shall have power to issue the writ of habeas corpus; and under such regulations as may be prescribed by law, issue such writs as may be necessary to enforce its own jurisdiction. The Court of Appeals shall have power upon affidavits, or otherwise, as by the court may be thought proper; to ascertain such matters of fact as may be necessary to the exercise of its jurisdiction. The Court of Appeals shall sit, at which the Supreme Court shall hold its sessions; for the transaction of business for a minimum of nine months in a year, and at not more than two other places in the Kingdom.
Paragraph Seven. Any judge of the Appellate Court who is incompetent to discharge the duties of his office or who shall be guilty of partiality, or oppression, or other official misconduct, or whose habits and conduct are such as to render him unfit to hold such office, or who shall negligently fail to perform his duties as judge, or who shall fail to execute in a reasonable measure the business in his courts, may be removed by the Supreme Court. The Supreme Court may issue all needful process and prescribe all needful rules to give effect to this section. Causes of this kind shall have precedence and be tried as soon as practicable.
Paragraph Eight. The Judges of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeals, shall be removed by the King on the address of two-thirds of each House of the Knesset, for willful neglect of duty, incompetency, abuse of office, or other reasonable cause which shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment, provided, however, that the cause or causes for which such removal shall be required shall be stated at length in such address and entered on the journals of each House; and provided further, that the cause or cause shall be notified to the judge so intended to be removed, and he shall be admitted to a hearing in his own defense before any vote for such address shall pass; and in all such cases, the vote shall be taken by yeas and nays and entered on the journals of each House respectively.
Paragraph Nine. The judicial powers of the Supreme Court shall extend to all cases, in law and equity, arising under this Constitution, the laws of the Kingdom, and treaties made, or which shall be made, under their authority; to all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls; to all cases of admiralty and maritime jurisdiction;–to controversies to which the Kingdom shall be a party; to controversies between two or more states; between citizens of different states; between citizens of the same state claiming lands under grants of different states, and between a state, or the citizens thereof, and foreign states, citizens or subjects.
Paragraph Ten. In all cases affecting ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, and those in which a state shall be party, the Supreme Court shall have original jurisdiction. In all the other cases before mentioned, the Supreme Court shall have appellate jurisdiction, both as to law and fact, with such exceptions, and under such regulations as the Knesset shall make.
Paragraph Eleven. The Supreme Court of the Nations and its inferior courts shall have jurisdiction in matters of controversy and disputes between member nations and in matters not involving this Constitution of the Kingdom of David, only the Supreme Court shall have original and appellate jurisdiction in matters of internal laws by the Knesset and the States and by this Constitution. Each State shall establish a State Supreme Court that is inferior to the Supreme Court.
Paragraph Twelve. Supreme court is superior to State Courts.
Paragraph Thirteen. Neither the Kingdom nor any State shall for the same offense put anyone twice in jeopardy of life or liberty.
Paragraph Fourteen. The Overseer and all elected officials, or civil and military officers of the Kingdom, may be removed from office on impeachment for, and conviction of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes.
Paragraph Fifteen. All Judgments involving severe penalties may be appealed to the King for Mercy
Paragraph Sixteen. The King must administer Justice every morning, as the throne of the King shall be upheld by Mercy.

Article Five: Twelve States And A Royal District

Paragraph One. Israel shall be divided geographically into twelve States and a Royal District.
Paragraph Two. All States belong to the Kingdom of David and No states shall combine or secede and no new states shall be formed.
Paragraph Three. The States of the Kingdom of David shall be subject to this Constitution only; and the right of local self-government shall be preserved.
Paragraph Four. The citizens of each State shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several States.
Paragraph Five. Full faith and credit shall be given in each State to the public acts, records and judicial proceedings of every other State; and the Knesset may by general Laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records and proceedings shall be provided, and the effect thereof.
Paragraph Six. The Kingdom shall guarantee equal application of laws and respect to all States, and shall protect each of them.
Paragraph Seven. The Royal district shall be under the administration of the King.
Paragraph Eight. Territories owned by the Kingdom shall not have the rights and privileges of the twelve states and are not members of the Knesset. Territories may appeal decisions to the King and the Supreme Court.
Section One: Twelve Princes Of Israel
Paragraph One. Each of the twelve Tribes representing their State shall elect a Prince by a vote of the Tribe members according to the rules established by the Tribe. The Prince must attain the age of and be a member of that Tribe.
Paragraph Two. If DNA for the Tribe is lacking, the State shall elect a Prince by a vote of the Jewish people according to the rules established by the State. The Prince must Jewish, have attain the age of and be a resident of that State for a period of not less than years continuously, excepting in cases of serving his country abroad in a government post.
Paragraph Three. The Prince is the commander of the State Defense Force, unless and until the King in case of war or for reasons of national security nationalizes the State Defense Force and assumes the command thereof.
Paragraph Four. A Vice Prince is to be chosen by the candidate to stand together for election. The Vice Prince must have the same qualifications as the Prince and together the candidates must be confirmed by the House of Elders to stand for election. No candidates for Prince shall appear on a ballot without first being certified by a two-thirds majority vote of the House of Elders, the decision by the House of Elders may be vetoed by the King thereby requiring a three-fourths majority vote by the House of Elders to confirm the candidates for Prince.
Paragraph Five. The role of the Vice Prince is ceremonial. In case of the inability of the Prince to carry out his duty, the Vice Prince shall discharge the duties of said office until a new Prince is elected.
Paragraph Six. Contested elections of the Prince or Vice-Prince shall be determined by a joint committee, consisting of one-third of all the members elected to each House of the State-Knesset, to be selected by ballot of the Houses respectively. Every member of the committee shall take an oath or affirmation that in determining the said election he will faithfully discharge the trust reposed in him; and the committee shall always sit with open doors.
Paragraph Seven. The State Chief Justice, or, in case of his absence or disability, an associate Supreme Court Justice for that state shall preside at the trial of any contested election of Prince or Vice-Prince, and shall decide questions regarding the admissibility of evidence, and shall, upon request of the committee, pronounce his opinion upon other questions of law involved in the trial.
Section Two: State Legislature
Paragraph One. All state legislative powers herein shall be vested in the State Knesset, which shall consist of a State House of Elders and State House of the People.
Paragraph Two. Each of the States shall have a State House of Elders who have attained the age of fifty and are members of their respective Tribe. The State House of Elders shall be composed of not more than seventy Elders who are elected by a vote of the Tribe members according to the rules established by the Tribe.
Paragraph Three. The State House of the People shall be composed of members chosen by the people of that State according to the rules established by the State.
Section Three: State Authority
Paragraph One. No State or other municipal corporation shall hereafter become a subscriber to the capital of any private corporation or association, or make any appropriation or association, or make any appropriation or donation to the same, or in any wise loan its credit; but this shall not be construed to in any way affect any obligations heretofore undertaken pursuant to law.
Paragraph Two. The right to authorize and regulate freights, tolls, wharfs or fares levied and collected or to be levied and collected by individuals, companies or corporations, for the use of highways, landings, wharfs, bridges and ferries, devoted to public use.
Paragraph Three. The times, places and manner of holding elections for State Elders and State People’s Representatives, shall be prescribed in each State by the legislature thereof; but the Knesset may at any time by law make or alter such regulations, except as to the places of choosing Elders.
Paragraph Four. States may establish a State Constitution, which must be confirmed by the Elders and the King.
Paragraph Five. States may pass laws, ordinances and statues appropriate to the needs of their location and populations. State laws are subordinate to Kingdom laws and can be stricken by the Knesset or the King.
Paragraph Six. States shall elect a Police Chief by a vote of the people according to the rules established by the State.
Paragraph Seven. Each State shall establish a State Defense Force in accordance with laws and standards determined by the Kingdom.
Paragraph Eight. No state shall enter into any treaty, alliance, or confederation; grant letters of marque and reprisal; coin money; emit bills of credit; coin a tender in payment of debts; pass any bill of attainder, ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation of contracts, or grant any title of nobility.
Paragraph Nine. No state shall, without the consent of the Knesset, lay any imposts or duties on imports or exports, except what may be absolutely necessary for executing it’s inspection laws: and the net produce of all duties and imposts, laid by any state on imports or exports, shall be for the use of the treasury of the Kingdom; and all such laws shall be subject to the revision and control of the Knesset.
Paragraph Ten. No state shall, without the consent of the Knesset, lay any duty, enter into any agreement or compact with another state, or with a foreign power, or engage in war, unless actually invaded, or in such imminent danger as will not allow delay.
Paragraph Eleven. Neither debtors prison, nor slavery, nor involuntary servitude, except as a punishment for crime whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, shall exist within the thirteen States of the Kingdom.
Paragraph Twelve. No debt shall be created by or on behalf of the State, except to supply casual deficiencies of revenue, repel invasion, suppress insurrection, defend the State in war, or pay existing debt and the debt created to supply deficiencies in the revenue, shall never exceed in the aggregate at any one time one percent of the annual revenue.
Paragraph Thirteen. State shall have no power to give or to lend, or to authorize the giving or lending of the credit of the State in aid of, or to any person, association or corporation, whether municipal or other; or to pledge the credit of the State in any manner whatsoever, for the payment of the liabilities, present or prospective, of any individual, association of individuals, municipal or other corporation whatsoever.
Paragraph Fourteen. The Legislature shall have no power to make any grant, or authorize the making of any grant, of public money to any individual, association of individuals, municipal or other corporation whatsoever; provided, that this shall not be so construed as to prevent the grant of aid in case of public calamity.
Paragraph Fifteen. The Legislature shall have no power to authorize any county, city, town, or other political corporation, or sub-division of the State, to lend its credit or to grant public money or thing of value, in aid of any individual, association, or corporation whatsoever; or to become a stock-holder in such corporation, association or company.
Paragraph Sixteen. The Legislature shall have no power to grant, or to authorize any county or municipal authority to grant, any extra compensation, fee or allowance to a public officer, agent, servant or contractor, after service has been rendered, or a contract has been entered into, and performed in whole or in part, nor pay, or authorize the payment of, any claim created against any county or municipality of the State, under any agreement or contract, made without authority of law.
Section Four: State Tax
Paragraph One. States may derive tax revenue from State sales tax of non-food items. Sales taxes must be transparent and be added to the cost at the time of purchase and not hidden in the listed States may not impose an individual income tax.
• Fees for specific services may be imposed.
• No State shall impose tax on imports or exports of goods to or from their State.
• States and cities may derive tax revenues from non-residential commercial property.
• All other forms of tax must be submitted by the State to the Royal House of Elders for approval by a majority vote. All new tax bills shall expire in two years and must be repassed and confirmed.
Paragraph Two. The power to tax corporations and corporate property shall not be surrendered or suspended by act of the Legislature, by any contract or grant to which the Kingdom or State shall be a party.
Paragraph Three. No money shall be drawn from the treasury out in pursuance of specific appropriations made by law; nor shall any appropriation of money be made for a longer term than two years, except by the first Legislature to assemble under this Constitution, which may make the necessary appropriations to carry on the government until the assemblage of the next Legislature.
Paragraph Four. The Legislature shall not have power to borrow, or in any manner divert from its purpose any special fund that may, or ought to, come into the treasury; and shall make it penal for any person or persons to borrow, withhold, or in any manner to divert from its purpose, any special fund, or any part thereof.
Paragraph Five. States shall receive a share of not less than twelve percent of Kingdom Revenues derived from sales or export by the Kingdom of local natural resources.
Paragraph Six. States shall each receive an equal share of Kingdom Revenues derived from sources other than State natural resources that are designated for the State Benefit Fund. Population density of the State as well as special needs may be considered in the equal share calculation by confirmation of the Elders.

Article Six: Global Governance of the United Kingdom of David

Paragraph One. The Kingdom of David shall establish a world body for the purposes of mutually enhanced global security, justice, freedom and prosperity.
Paragraph Two. The King together with the House of Elders shall establish the rules for the organization and the direction it takes.
Paragraph Three. A veto by a majority of the Royal House of Elders is required to overturn decisions made by the world body, the King may veto any decision made by the Elders or the world body which requires a three fourths vote of the Elders to overturn the decision of the King.
Paragraph Four. The world body shall be composed of a World House of Elders to be occupied by one representative from each member nation and a corresponding Jewish representatives who is a citizen of the Kingdom of David, a person of upright character who is esteemed by their community and who has attained the age of fifty.
Paragraph Five. Jewish World Elders must have grown up in the foreign country that they represent and have lived in Israel for not less than seven years prior to service unless exempt by the King or a majority vote by the Royal House of Elders.
Paragraph Six. A Royal trade organization shall be established to govern trade among the member states.
Paragraph 7. A Royal health and rescue organization named the International Red Star, shall be established globally for the purposes of responding to disasters, intervening on behalf of captives and coordinating a global health policy.
Section Six: Global Currency and Monetary Transfer System
Paragraph One. The Kingdom of David shall establish a Royal Currency with intrinsic value and a global monetary system based upon hard assets as enumerated in the Bible; “For brass I will bring gold, and for iron I will bring brass, and for wood silver, and for stones iron.”?This shall be the form and rate of exchange.
Paragraph Two. To establish a global electronic money transfer system for the Royal Currency that is supported one hundred percent by the materials specified and readily exchangeable for real materials. Each participating and accepted nation, shall establish in their own country exchange treasuries with sufficient deposits of the acceptable exchange assets, i.e. iron, brass, silver and gold. National and Kingdom treasury officers shall jointly monitor and control treasury storehouses in each nation. The Kingdom of David shall establish exchange treasuries for the purposes of backing all electronic money exchange with redeemable tangible assets.
Paragraph Three. Paragraphs one and two of this Section cannot be amended or stricken from the Constitution.
Paragraph Four. It shall be the duty of the Knesset to provide for collecting, arranging and safety keeping such records, rolls, correspondence, and other documents, and artifacts civil and military, relating to the history of Israel and the Jewish People, as may be now in the possession of parties willing to confide them to the care and preservation of the Kingdom.

Article Seven: Israel as a Jewish Homeland

Paragraph One. The Jewish people have the inalienable right to live in the land of Israel defending its borders and charting their own destiny with absolute independence and sovereignty.
Paragraph Two. No laws agreements or treaties shall be made to reduce the borders of Israel, or to transfer security control of the borders to any other entity.
Paragraph Three. Jerusalem is to remain the undivided capital of Israel and under Israel sovereign security and political control. The Old City of Jerusalem, her gates and ancient towers are to be restored and protected.
Paragraph Four. A person from the bloodline of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, who is a descendent of a Jewish grandfather or grandmother or who is the offspring of a Jewish mother or father shall be considered Jewish by this Constitution, and no religious or other test shall be applied.
Paragraph Five. A person who has immigrated to Israel in good faith, with a truthful application believing they are Jewish and were accepted as Jewish Immigrants previous to this Constitution shall with their offspring be recognized as Jewish under paragraph four of this article regardless of bloodline.
Paragraph Six. The historic Jewish culture and identity of Israel shall be maintained and promoted. A Jewish racial majority must be maintained as defined in paragraph four of this Article, and a strong Jewish electoral majority of over thirty percent must be maintained and shall be ensured through electoral districting.

Article Eight: Human Rights

Governments should exist for the good of the people and provide to its citizens such things that require organizational cooperation such as strong defense a fair judiciary, also energy, communications and transportation infrastructures are just a few of the good reasons to have government, but that the role of government should remain limited to ensuring essential principles of individual liberty and responsibility, in so doing we hereby declare that:
Paragraph One. G-d has created the Earth and the fullness therein, and He has given dominion over the Earth and the fullness of it to Human Beings; The Kingdom of David shall by all means resist any entity or force, terrestrial or other, which attempts to undermine the sovereign control of the Earth by Unaltered Human Beings.
Paragraph Two. Every human being has the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.
Paragraph Three. Every human being has the right to freedom of thought and belief, freedom to speak, write or publish opinions on any subject, being responsible for the abuse of that right; It is the right of the community to restrict such freedoms to designated times and places so as to keep the peace and prevent abuse of this right by hate groups and others with a violent or secret agenda. Freedom of the independent press shall not be restricted, Conglomerate media and corporations threaten freedom of speech thereby their speech is not protected. Corporate or business speech is restricted to commercial speech and to informing its own members or employees.
Paragraph Four. Every person shall have the freedom to organize or attend a peaceful meeting or demonstration for the purposes of information or for the expression of opinion, or grievances to the government or for any other similar purpose, or for the purpose of presenting artistic work.
Paragraph Five. Every person shall have the freedom to associate with others for public or private purposes, excepting in cases of when that association threatens the peace and security of country such as organized crime or by serving as an information hub or organizing point or providing logistics or material support for treachery or crimes against the country.
Paragraph Six. The people have the right of access to information concerning the conduct of the people’s business, and, therefore, the meetings of public bodies and the writings of public officials and agencies shall be open to public scrutiny, while being limited to the security needs of the country.
Paragraph Seven. Every person shall have a natural right to freely exercise his religion either alone or in the company of others according to the dictates of his own conscience. No person shall be compelled to attend, erect or support any place of worship, or to maintain any ministry against his consent. No authority ought, in any case whatever, to control or interfere with the rights of conscience in matters of religion, with respect to this Constitution and within the limits and freedoms herein.
Paragraph Eight. Community Laws sensitive to the erecting of statues or symbols or respecting Sabbath days and holiday traditions may be passed. No religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office, or public trust, in the Kingdom of David; nor shall anyone be excluded from holding office on account of his religious sentiments excepting he or she be a member of a secret group or society as defined in article nine section six.
Paragraph Nine. No person of the Kingdom shall be deprived of life, liberty, property, privileges or immunities, or in any manner disfranchised, except by the due course of the law of the land.
Paragraph Ten. A person may not be disqualified from entering or pursuing a business, profession, or vocation because of religion, sex, race, creed, color, or national or ethnic origin.
Paragraph Eleven. The people have the right to a referendum process and may veto or place an issue on the Kingdom ballot for voter decision in the general election:
• If within six months after a general election or six months prior to the certification of a general election the people collect signatures equaling a minimum of twelve percent of the registered voters in each of the twelve states.
• The people by the same process may veto a decision by collection the required amount of signatures in section A, to place a veto on the ballot and a vote of two-thirds majority is required to veto any law issued by the Knesset.
• Similarly the voters of each state may veto laws by their State; the legislature of each state shall provide for a state referendum process.
• The right of the people to a referendum extends to reversing the decisions of the Supreme Court and Appellate Courts by collecting the required signatures in section A, and receiving a two-thirds majority of the vote in all the states.
• The King may veto any referendum of the people overturning court decisions and the people by collecting the required signatures in section ten may place the issue on the ballot requiring a three-fourths vote by the people to override the veto of the King.
• The Knesset by a two-thirds majority vote in agreement of both houses may overturn any referendum or veto of the people.
Paragraph Eleven. No person’s property shall be taken, damaged or destroyed for or applied to public use without fair-market compensation being made, unless by the consent of such person, and, when taken, except for the use of the Kingdom or State, such compensation shall be first made, or secured by deposit of money; and no irrevocable or uncontrollable grant of special privileges or immunities shall be made; but all privileges and franchises granted by the Legislature or created under its authority shall be subject to the control thereof.
Paragraph Twelve. No soldier shall in time of peace or war be quartered in the House of any citizen without the consent of the owner and fair compensation paid.
Paragraph Thirteen. The people shall be secure in their persons, houses, papers and possessions from all unreasonable seizures or searches, and no warrant to search any place, or to seize any person or thing, shall issue without describing them as near as may be, nor without probable cause supported by oath or affirmation.
Paragraph Fourteen. The writ of habeas corpus is a writ of right, and shall never be suspended except in times of war and national emergency, as prescribed by law.
Paragraph Fifteen. No bill of attainder, ex post facto law, retroactive law, or any law impairing the obligation of contracts shall be made.
Paragraph Sixteen. Every person shall have the right to keep and bear non-lethal weapons for self-defense.
Paragraph Seventeen. Everyone who has served in the Israeli Military and is not deemed a threat shall have the right to keep and bear arms in the lawful defense of the Kingdom or State or for the defense of others from violent attack; but the Knesset and the legislature of each State shall have power by law to regulate the wearing and keeping of arms.
Article Nine: Policies of The Kingdom of David
Section One: Immigration
Paragraph One. It is the right of all Jews to immigrate to Israel
Paragraph Two. Non-Jewish immigration to the country shall be restricted to maintain a Jewish identity and to protect a Jewish racial and electoral majority. The King may grant exemptions.
Paragraph Three. A person whose mother or father has converted to Judaism shall be eligible to become a citizen of the Kingdom of David if they are under the age of thirteen. The Kingdom may apply restrictions to immigration and electoral rights of converts and adoptees in order to maintain a blood Jewish majority and identity.
Paragraph Four. A person who is adopted by a Jewish family before attaining the age of thirteen shall be considered Jewish and protected under Section one of this article.
Paragraph Five. No State funds should be used for religious conversion programs whereby someone is taught how to become a Jew.
Paragraph Six. Conversions recognized by the State of Israel shall be based on acceptance into and accomplishment of a seven-year national civil or military service to the country. Conversions should be limited to not more than three thousand per year; exceptions made by law are not to exceed seven thousand or extension of two years consecutively.
Paragraph Seven. All Religious conversions under the age of forty must perform a minimum of four-years of civil or military service to the country as part of their completion and acceptance requirement.
Section Two: The Military
Paragraph One. The military shall be divided into twelve divisions; each of the twelve states shall maintain one division consisting of a force of twenty-four thousand soldiers and their captains and officers totaling a force of Three Hundred Thousand.
Paragraph Two. Each division by monthly rotation shall serve the King in all the affairs of the divisions.
Paragraph Three. The military shall at all times be subordinate to the civil authority.
Paragraph Four. The King is the Commander in Chief of all the Kingdom Security Forces, and of the twelve Tribal Defense Divisions, when deemed necessary for the security of the Kingdom may be nationalized by decree of the King thereby transferring command to the King.
Paragraph Five. The Prince of the State is the commander in Chief of his Tribal Defense Division and of the volunteer militia. The King in case of war or for reasons of national security may by decree nationalize the Tribal Defense Division and assumes the command thereof.
Paragraph Six. The King may select a limited number of non-Jewish people to form a special “Legion of David” military division and after serving in the Kingdom Armed forces for a period of seven years the volunteers will be eligible to become citizens of the Kingdom. Eligible volunteers must be single men and women, twenty years of age or older and who are not Jewish under the definition of who is a Jew as defined in article seven paragraph four of this Constitution.
Paragraph Seven. States shall organize, train and direct a lightly armed volunteer militia to suppress insurrection and repel invasion. The militia shall be under the command of the Prince.
Paragraph Eight. Everyone shall be eligible for national or military service.
Paragraph Nine. A Military Corps of Engineers is to be established for the purposes of building and maintaining infrastructure and public works projects as well as performing foreign assistance missions.
Section Three: Land Inheritance
Paragraph One. Every Jewish family in Israel shall be placed in the national land lottery and be given land to be kept in their family in perpetuity never to be sold. This right may be means tested to avoid giving land to the rich.
Paragraph Two. DNA testing shall be done for the purposes of a land lottery among the Tribes of Israel. Jews identified to specific Tribes in specific regions will only receive a land or property inheritance from the region of their ancestral Tribe.
Paragraph Three. A husband and wife with one or more offspring who have resided in the country for seven years or more will qualify to be entered into the land lottery. Jewish families that chose not to receive their land inheritance will have their rights passed to their children.
Paragraph Four. Non-Jewish families born in Israel or have been residents of Israel for seven years or more with a child born in Israel and without land shall be placed into the land lottery in the districts where they live in order to receive a land inheritance in perpetuity never to be sold. DNA testing will not be performed on non-Jews for land lottery purposes.
Paragraph Five. Land awarded by the land lottery shall revert back to the kingdom if it is sold or if the ownership is transferred or if the family dies without offspring. Land awarded in the land lottery may only be leased for a period not to exceed fifty years according to the law of Jubilee.
Paragraph Six. Homesteading communities of ten or more families in existence for seven or more years shall be legally recognized.
Paragraph Seven. All homesteading communities displaced by the previous government shall be restored and families affected duly compensated.
Section Four: Corporations
Paragraph One. No corporation shall be created, amended, renewed or revived by special act, but only by or under general law, nor shall any existing corporate charter be amended, renewed or revived by special act, but only by or under general law.
Paragraph Two. The General Assembly shall, by general law, provide for the revocation or forfeiture of the charters of all corporations for the abuse, misuse, or non-user of their corporate powers, privileges or franchises. The Attorney General as may be provided by law shall take any proceeding for such revocation or forfeiture.
Paragraph Three. No general incorporation law, nor any special act of incorporation, shall be enacted without the concurrence of two-thirds of all the members elected to each House of the General Assembly.
Paragraph Four. Effective anti-trust laws shall be passed and enforced to prevent corporate collusion and price fixing, corporate sabotage and infiltration, the prevention of super conglomerates and monopolies which all threaten the freedoms and environment of the people and are contrary to the genius of a free government, and shall not be allowed.

Paragraph Five. No corporation in existence at the adoption of this Constitution shall have its charter renewed or right to operate within the Kingdom without first amending their charters to reflect acceptance of the provisions of this Constitution and the laws of the Kingdom of David..
Section Five: Foreign Affairs
Paragraph One. The Kingdom of David endeavors to be at peace and with all of its neighbors and the nations of the world, and seeks to maintain and enhance relations with all of Israel’s allies especially our historic friendship with the American people.
Paragraph Two. The King shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the House of Elders, to make treaties, provided two thirds of the House of Elders concurs.
Paragraph Three. All International treaties, which have been signed previous to this Constitution, must be confirmed according to laws of this Constitution.
Paragraph Six. The Kingdom of David Global Alliance shall seek justice and restitution for the children of Africa in the mother country and in the diaspora. Justice for the world will come via justice for Africa. The economic engines of the world have with their greed and bribery have; corrupted African officials, stolen her resources, poisoned her environment and enslaved her people; the Kingdom of David world alliance shall work to bring justice, prosperity, security and respect to the children of Africa
Section Six: Secret Societies and Public Officials
Paragraph One. No member holding an office of Public trust in the Kingdom of David or in the Twelve States nor in the territories within the security control of the Kingdom of David may be a member of any organization that requires an oath of secrecy or allegiance to that organization, or that holds its meetings in secret, such as; Skull and Bones, B’nai B’rith, Freemasonry, Rosicrucian, women’s versions of these societies and others, this includes attending secret retreats such as the Bohemian grove, Bilderberger Group and others to be identified and officially listed.
Paragraph Two. All officers of the Kingdom and all employees of the Kingdom are to guard against infiltration by secret groups, secret orders, secret agenda’s and societies.
Paragraph Three. Each person holding an office of Public trust or profit in the Kingdom of David or in the Twelve States or in the territories within the control of the Kingdom of David must be of good character, a person trusted and faithful and effective in their duties.

Section Seven: Employment
Paragraph One. No individual shall be required as a condition of employment or continuance of employment to be or remain a member or an affiliate of a labor organization or to resign from or to refrain from membership in or affiliation with a labor organization, nor shall any corporation, individual or association of any kind enter into any agreement, written or oral, which excludes any person from employment or continuation of employment because of non-membership in a labor organization.
Paragraph Two. Employees of the government are public servants whose terms shall not exceed seven consecutive years, or any employee in a policy or management position, who manages three or more employees shall not serve for more than four consecutive years and no employee of the government shall serve for a period longer than twelve years except by special appointment of the King or Overseer which in total is not to exceed seventeen-years.
Paragraph Three. It is the right, duty and desire of all flesh “to be fruitful and multiply”; any system that institutionalizes the elimination of one or both of these principles is an aberration and an anathema to human rights and the first commandment of G-d.

Section Eight: Technology Transfer
Paragraph One. Technology transfers to foreign entities shall be prohibited except by approval of the King and confirmation by the Elders Science and Technology Committee. All proprietary discoveries technologies modalities processes created in Israel or under the control of the Kingdom and deemed of national importance shall be under the control the Department of Science and Technology.
Section Nine: Health Care
Paragraph One. It is the right of all persons to be medically treated by a practitioner of their choice including the right to receive alternative medicine and be medically treated by alternative physicians. Definition: “Alternative” unconventional or non-allopathic medicine or treatments.
Paragraph Two. Midwives are to be funded by the government to making home birthing a safe alternative to hospital birth.
Paragraph Three. The Kingdom acknowledges the right to life of the unborn. Abortions are prohibited except in cases of rape and incest if performed within five weeks of the incident of rape or incest, or when necessary to save the life of the mother when her life is physically endangered and no other medical procedure would suffice for that purpose, which must be signed by two doctors and the medical condition necessitating the need for the abortion recorded. Anyone under the age of eighteen must if possible have both parents notified prior to an abortion. The psychological health or other factors are not to be considered to allow for abortions.
Section Ten: Education
Paragraph One. Parents should have a right to send their children to the school of their choice within the limitations of criteria and availability.
Paragraph Two. Private and home schooling is a right of all parents so long as basic educational standards are met.
Paragraph Three. Each State shall manage its own educational systems and standards. Schools must not be used as a format for politics, social engineering and indoctrination, which does not include singing a national anthem or celebrating the rich Jewish heritage of our forefathers as recorded in the Book of Books accepted by the whole world.
Paragraph Four. Higher Education should be freed and allowed to innovate. Apprenticeship and Self-education is to be recognized and credentialed by professional peer review. The current system of educational accreditation has contributed to the homogenizing effect of higher education.
Section Eleven: Environment, Energy and Transportation
Paragraph One. The Kingdom of David recognizes the responsibility it has to the preservation of the natural environment and the importance of man to live in harmony with all of G-d’s creation. Effective standards shall be enforced to ensure clean air and water, as well as preservation of biological diversity, which is a basis for sustainable health, quality of life, and well being.
Paragraph Two. Genetically modified, or transgenic alterations on all life forms including humans, plants and animals; including cloning shall be prohibited to produce or import into the Kingdom. Age-old traditions of non-laboratory plant grafting shall be allowed.
Paragraph Three. The Kingdom of David shall endeavor to provide affordable clean energy to all residents.
Paragraph Four. Transportation modalities and infrastructures will be enhanced and expanded.
Section Twelve: Holy Days, Time, Weights and Measures
Paragraph One. The Kingdom of David shall restore as official historic, Holy Days, weights and measures and time.
Section Thirteen: Penal System
Paragraph One. Prisons should be used to rehabilitate and improve the inmates’ ability to provide restitution for their crimes and to become a productive member of society upon release.
Paragraph Two. Restitution should be required for all sentences when possible to compensate first any victims and the state for damages.
Paragraph Three. Sentences should include one or more of these; Restitution, public exposure, public service, public corporal punishment, Incarceration and other means to bring about restitution and rehabilitation where possible. Human warehousing as a form of punishment should be avoided as it only breeds more dysfunctional people at great expense.
Paragraph Four. Capital punishment must be used only in cases of first-degree murder where there is no question of the guilt of the accused. No one shall face the death penalty except on the testimony of two or more witness and the witnesses are required to pull the lever of death for the capital punishment to be carried out.
Paragraph Five. Programs to sensitize inmates to their crimes, based on twelve-step program them, empower them with new skills, friends and community as well as having as part of the penal system a restitution to be paid to the victims of the crime. Victims of the crime must be more directly involved with Judges as to sentencing within judicial guidelines.
Paragraph Six. The personal use of narcotics is to be taken out of the penal system and offenders are to be treated by the health department. Unauthorized importing, manufacturing, distributing and selling of narcotics shall be a criminal offense. Programs are to be instituted by the health department to provide the narcotics in a controlled structure that provides programs for the substance user to improve their lives and stop abusing drugs. Programs to engender new skills, environment, rehabilitation, employment should be required as part of the Health Departments drug program. Public health campaigns to teach people of the risks of drugs should be an ongoing effort in the schools and public at large.
Paragraph Seven. No person shall ever be imprisoned for debt.
Paragraph Eight. Treason against the State shall consist only in levying war against it, or adhering to its enemies, giving them aid and comfort; and no person shall be convicted of treason except on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on truthful confession in open court that can be substantiated.
Paragraph Nine. All prisoners shall be bailable by sufficient sureties, unless for capital offenses when the proof is evident; but this provision shall not be so construed as to prevent bail after indictment found, upon examination of the evidence in such manner as may be prescribed by law.
Paragraph Ten. Excessive bail shall not be required, nor excessive fines imposed, nor cruel or unusual punishment inflicted. All courts shall be open, and every person for an injury done him in his lands, goods, person or reputation shall have remedy by due course of law.
Paragraph Eleven. No conviction shall work corruption of blood, or forfeiture of estate; and the estates of those who destroy their own lives shall descend or vest as in case of natural death except in cases of high treason including committing terrorist acts.
Paragraph Twelve. In all criminal prosecutions except impeachments, the accused shall have an option to a speedy public trial by an impartial panel of three Judges, requiring unanimous affirmation to convict. He shall have the right to demand the nature and cause of the accusation against him and to have a copy thereof. He shall not be compelled to give evidence against himself. He shall have the right of being heard by himself or counsel or both; shall be confronted with the witnesses against him; and shall have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor.
Paragraph Thirteen. No person shall be disqualified to give evidence in any of the courts of this State on account of his religious opinions, or for the want of any religious belief, but all oaths or affirmations shall be administered in the mode most binding upon the conscience, and shall be taken subject to the pains and penalties of perjury.
Section Fourteen: Legal Definition of Marriage
Paragraph One. Only marriage between a man and a woman shall be valid or recognized by the Kingdom of David. No other civil union, domestic partnership, or same sex relationship shall be valid or recognized in the Kingdom of David, the states or territories, may not recognize any other relationship as being married or entitled to the benefits of marriage.
Section Fifteen: Indigenous people, their heritage, culture and way of life should be respected and equal services provided. The Bedouin people living a nomadic life shall not be required to perform national or military service nor be compelled to take part in civilization.
Section Sixteen: Economic Affairs
Paragraph One. The year of the Lord’s release shall be established every seven years during the feast of Tabernacles, wherein all debts, lending, borrowing and servitude shall be canceled. This provision shall not affect the sale of land that is governed by the year of Jubilee.

Article Ten: Constitutional Convention

Paragraph One. The King at anytime may convene a Constitutional Convention for the purposes of amending this Constitution, or the Knesset, at any joint session, by a vote of two-thirds in affirmation of all the members elected in each House may call for a Constitutional convention. Publication of the Constitutional Convention must be ninety days prior to commencement.
Paragraph Two. The King, the Overseer and all of the Elders and three-fourths of the House of the People and ten Princes must be in attendance to give their vote.
Paragraph Three. Votes are to be entered by yeas and nays on the journals, an affirmative vote by the King and a three-fourths vote in affirmation of both houses of the Knesset together with ten Princes all in favor may propose amendments to the Constitution, to be voted upon and approved by two-thirds of the voters of each state.
Paragraph Four. It shall be the duty of the State Elections Officer of said election, to open a poll for, and make returns to the secretary of state, of the number of legal votes cast at said election for and against said amendments; and if more than one be proposed, then the number of votes cast for and against each of them; and if it shall appear from said return, that a two-thirds majority of the votes cast in each of the twelve States have been cast in favor of any amendment, the said amendment so receiving a two-thirds majority of the votes cast, shall become a part of this Constitution, and proclamation shall be made by the King and Princes.