15 Feb: LJ v BH: EoP Prisoners of Swamp Elections Ecological Overshoot Cold War TRC submission

* 15 Feb: NOT YET FILED: Notice of Motion [PDF];  Application for Referral to Mediation [PDF];
EoP Prisoner of Swamp Elections Ecological Overshoot Cold War TRC submission – via Official SA Representatives – to [A] High Contracting Parties of the Geneva Convention relative to Treatment of Prisoner War, via Swiss Federal Council ITO Art 4A, 5 & 128; [B] Director-General of the Technical Secretariat of Chemical Weapons Convention ITO Art VIII, IX & XV; [C] Secretary-General of the United Nations ITO Art 5.1(d) & 9.2 & 121 of Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court [PDF]. Statement of Claim: Request for Info: Accuracy / Error of EoP RH FR Frame of Orientation [PDF]; Request for Info: Accuracy / Error of Ego Literacy Communication Policy [PDF]; Request for Info: Accuracy / Error of EoP Scientific and Cultural Law [PDF]. Affidavit: EoP TRC Info [PDF].
* Tygae: EoP Leg Sub: LJ v Brian HeuvelLJ v IECLJ v SA Political PartiesLJ v Min of JusticeLJ v SANEFLJ v Mikhail PetrakovLJ v Robert McBrideEoP v US SenateEoP v US CongressEoP v EU ParliamentEoP v UNUS v Tim McVeighState v L JohnsonJus Sanguinis Right of ReturnEoP PoW SubVeto Swamp Elections, EoP SCOTUS, EoP v Bret Kavanaugh, EoP v Neil Gorsuch, EoP v Pres Swiss Confed, EoP US DoJ, EoP v OPCW / EoP NWO SCO: EoP NTE GM: EoP NTE GMAEoP NTE GMZA, EoP NTE GMG, EoP NTE GMUK, EoP NTE GMRU | EoP Axis MilNec Evac: EoP Axis: Lotto: EoP v WiP Law, EoP v WiP  Academia, EoP v WiP Media, EoP v WiP Charity, EoP v WiP Psych / EoP v WiP Neg.

DRAFT – 15 Feb 2019: Application for Referral to Mediation

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IN THE HIGH COURT OF SOUTH AFRICA
EASTERN CIRCUIT LOCAL DIVISION OF THE WESTERN CAPE HIGH COURT; HELD AT GEORGE, SOUTH AFRICA

 

Case _______________

In the matter between: 

 Lara Johnson  Applicant
 and  
Brian Heuvel  1st Respondent
Michael Masutha  2nd Respondent
Helene Budliger Artieda  3rd Respondent
Lindiwe Sisulu  4th Respondent
Masimba Tafirenyika  5th Respondent
Marcus Cornaro  6th Respondent
Didier Vanderhasselt  7th Respondent
Jessye Lapenn  8th Respondent
Lin Songtian 9th Respondent
Mikhail Petrakov 10th Respondent

EoP Prisoner of Swamp Elections Ecological Overshoot Cold War TRC submission – via Official SA Representatives – to [A] High Contracting Parties of the Geneva Convention relative to Treatment of Prisoner War, via Swiss Federal Council ITO Art 4A, 5 & 128; [B] Director-General of the Technical Secretariat of Chemical Weapons Convention ITO Art VIII, IX & XV; [C] Secretary-General of the United Nations ITO Art 5.1(d) & 9.2 & 121 of Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court.

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A swamp election is any local, regional, or national political election where the nations electoral legislation is based upon Masonic War is Peace – clauses of international law that enable procreation and/or consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits, which are the direct and indirect cause of resource depletion, ecological overshoot and all racial, religious, class and gender resource conflict – international law. Politicians taking part in swamp elections consciously or unconsciously covertly and/or overtly bribe potential voters to vote for their candidacy by promising them individual or corporate innocence for sale indulgences –  legislated innocence from breeding/consumption crimes of aggression externalities – welfare.

Summary: EoP Footprint: definition of sustainable procreation and consumption.

Enemy: WiP clauses of international law enabling procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits.

EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za[1]] Crimes of Aggression [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za[2]] penalties will require individuals and organizations to adopt ego/eco literate responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za[3]] frame of orientation for existential survival; enabling voluntary and legally coercive orderly and humane cooperative implementation of Ecology of Peace Scientific and Cultural law as international law.

EoP Applicants [eop-applicants.tygae.org.za[4]] Sincere Peacenik / Honourable Warrior frame of orientation is to support EoP TRC to End Abel and Kane Cold War [eoptrc-akcoldwar.tygae.org.za[5]] negotiations to implement [eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za[6]] EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za[7]] as international law; to [A] enable responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za[8]] orderly and humane – de-industrialization and depopulation [eop-v-wip-deindpopn.tygae.org.za[9]], prisoner release [prisoner-pardon.tygae.org.za[10]], land reform [eop-landreform.tygae.org.za[11]] and denuclearization [eop-denuke-defn.tygae.org.za[12]] – shut down of the WiP Ponzi Swamp economy [eop-sdwipecon.tygae.org.za[13]]; [B] require all citizens of all races, religions, nations, to breed [one-child-law.tygae.org.za[14]] and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za[15]]; or be humanely eliminated from the planetary genepool [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za[16]]; [C] nationalize all property and provide all responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za] oath citizens: (i) cultural law self rule [cult-law-self-rule.tygae.org.za[17]] for groups with subjective racial, religious & gender identities; and (ii) a property ration [property-ration.tygae.org.za[18]]  land reform [eop-landreform.tygae.org.za[19]] to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.

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This EoP Prisoner of Swamp Elections Ecological Overshoot Cold War TRC submission recommends all WiP enemy – enabling procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits resulting in ecological overshoot racial, class, religious, gender and national resource conflict – clauses of law be replaced by EoP Scientific and Cultural [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] – requiring all citizens of all nations, races and religions to procreate and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za], and relate in terms of fully informed consenting agreements – clauses of law; is submitted in terms of:

[A] High Contracting Parties of the Geneva Convention relative to Treatment of Prisoner of War, via Swiss Federal Council:

Art 4. A. Prisoners of war, in the sense of the present Convention, are persons belonging to one or more of the Geneva Convention stipulated categories, who have fallen into the power of the enemy.

Art 5. The present Convention shall apply to the persons referred to in Article 4 from the time they fall into the power of the enemy and until their final release and repatriation. Should any doubt arise as to whether persons, having committed a belligerent act and having fallen into the hands of the enemy, belong to any of the categories enumerated in Article 4, such persons shall enjoy the protection of the present Convention until such time as their status has been determined by a competent tribunal.

Art 128. The High Contracting Parties shall communicate to one another through the Swiss Federal Council and, during hostilities, through the Protecting Powers, the official translations of the present Convention, as well as the laws and regulations which they may adopt to ensure the application thereof.

[B] Director-General of the Technical Secretariat of Chemical Weapons Convention ITO Art VIII, IX & XV:

Article VIII. The Organization. A.1; B. 19, 21 (g) & (h):

A. General Provisions. 1. The States Parties to this Convention hereby establish the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons to achieve the object and purpose of this Convention, to ensure the implementation of its provisions, including those for international verification of compliance with it, and to provide a forum for consultation and cooperation among States Parties.

B. The Conference of the States Parties. 19. The Conference shall be the principal organ of the Organization. It shall consider any questions, matters or issues within the scope of this Convention, including those relating to the powers and functions of the Executive Council and the Technical Secretariat. It may make recommendations and take decisions on any questions, matters or issues related to this Convention raised by a State Party or brought to its attention by the Executive Council. 21 The Conference shall (g) Foster international cooperation for peaceful purposes in the field of chemical activities; (h) Review scientific and technological developments that could affect the operation of this Convention and, in this context, direct the Director-General to establish a Scientific Advisory Board to enable him, in the performance of his functions, to render specialized advice in areas of science and technology relevant to this Convention, to the Conference, the Executive Council or States Parties. The Scientific Advisory Board shall be composed of independent experts appointed in accordance with terms of reference adopted by the Conference.

IX: Consultations, Cooperation and Fact Finding:

1. States Parties shall consult and cooperate, directly among themselves, or through the Organization or other appropriate international procedures, including procedures within the framework of the United Nations and in accordance with its Charter, on any matter which may be raised relating to the object and purpose, or the implementation of the provisions, of this Convention. Procedure for requesting clarification

3. A State Party shall have the right to request the Executive Council to assist in clarifying any situation which may be considered ambiguous or which gives rise to a concern about the possible non-compliance of another State Party with this Convention. The Executive Council shall provide appropriate information in its possession relevant to such a concern.

4. A State Party shall have the right to request the Executive Council to obtain clarification from another State Party on any situation which may be considered ambiguous or which gives rise to a concern about its possible non-compliance with this Convention. In such a case, the following shall apply: (a) The Executive Council shall forward the request for clarification to the State Party concerned through the Director-General not later than 24 hours after its receipt; (b) The requested State Party shall provide the clarification to the Executive Council as soon as possible, but in any case not later than 10 days after the receipt of the request; (c) The Executive Council shall take note of the clarification and forward it to the requesting State Party not later than 24 hours after its receipt; (d) If the requesting State Party deems the clarification to be inadequate, it shall have the right to request the Executive Council to obtain from the requested State Party further clarification; (e) For the purpose of obtaining further clarification requested under subparagraph (d), the Executive Council may call on the Director-General to establish a group of experts from the Technical Secretariat, or if appropriate staff are not available in the Technical Secretariat, from elsewhere, to examine all available information and data relevant to the situation causing the concern. The group of experts shall submit a factual report to the Executive Council on its findings; (f) If the requesting State Party considers the clarification obtained under subparagraphs (d) and (e) to be unsatisfactory, it shall have the right to request a special session of the Executive Council in which States Parties involved that are not members of the Executive Council shall be entitled to take part. In such a special session, the Executive Council shall consider the matter and may recommend any measure it deems appropriate to resolve the situation.

5. A State Party shall also have the right to request the Executive Council to clarify any situation which has been considered ambiguous or has given rise to a concern about its possible non-compliance with this Convention. The Executive Council shall respond by providing such assistance as appropriate.

6. The Executive Council shall inform the States Parties about any request for clarification provided in this Article.

7. If the doubt or concern of a State Party about a possible non-compliance has not been resolved within 60 days after the submission of the request for clarification to the Executive Council, or it believes its doubts warrant urgent consideration, notwithstanding its right to request a challenge inspection, it may request a special session of the Conference in accordance with Article VIII, paragraph 12 (c). At such a special session, the Conference shall consider the matter and may recommend any measure it deems appropriate to resolve the situation.

Art XV: Amendments:

1. Convention of Chemical Weapons: Article XV: Amendments: 1. Any State Party may propose amendments to this Convention. Any State Party may also propose changes, as specified in paragraph 4, to the Annexes of this Convention. Proposals for amendments shall be subject to the procedures in paragraphs 2 and 3. Proposals for changes, as specified in paragraph 4, shall be subject to the procedures in paragraph 5.

2. The text of a proposed amendment shall be submitted to the Director-General for circulation to all States Parties and to the Depositary. The proposed amendment shall be considered only by an Amendment Conference. Such an Amendment Conference shall be convened if one third or more of the States Parties notify the Director-General not later than 30 days after its circulation that they support further consideration of the proposal. The Amendment Conference shall be held immediately following a regular session of the Conference unless the requesting States Parties ask for an earlier meeting. In no case shall an Amendment Conference be held less than 60 days after the circulation of the proposed amendment.

3. Amendments shall enter into force for all States Parties 30 days after deposit of the instruments of ratification or acceptance by all the States Parties referred to under subparagraph (b) below: (a) When adopted by the Amendment Conference by a positive vote of a majority of all States Parties with no State Party casting a negative vote; and (b) Ratified or accepted by all those States Parties casting a positive vote at the Amendment Conference.

4. In order to ensure the viability and the effectiveness of this Convention, provisions in the Annexes shall be subject to changes in accordance with paragraph 5, if proposed changes are related only to matters of an administrative or technical nature.

5. Proposed changes referred to in paragraph 4 shall be made in accordance with the following procedures: (a) The text of the proposed changes shall be transmitted together with the necessary information to the Director-General. Additional information for the evaluation of the proposal may be provided by any State Party and the Director-General. The Director-General shall promptly communicate any such proposals and information to all States Parties, the Executive Council and the Depositary; (b) Not later than 60 days after its receipt, the Director-General shall evaluate the proposal to determine all its possible consequences for the provisions of this Convention and its implementation and shall communicate any such information to all States Parties and the Executive Council; (c) The Executive Council shall examine the proposal in the light of all information available to it, including whether the proposal fulfils the requirements of paragraph 4. Not later than 90 days after its receipt, the Executive Council shall notify its recommendation, with appropriate explanations, to all States Parties for consideration. States Parties shall acknowledge receipt within 10 days; (d) If the Executive Council recommends to all States Parties that the proposal be adopted, it shall be considered approved if no State Party objects to it within 90 days after receipt of the recommendation. If the Executive Council recommends that the proposal be rejected, it shall be considered rejected if no State Party objects to the rejection within 90 days after receipt of the recommendation; (e) If a recommendation of the Executive Council does not meet with the acceptance required under subparagraph (d), a decision on the proposal, including whether it fulfils the requirements of paragraph 4, shall be taken as a matter of substance by the Conference at its next session; (f) The Director-General shall notify all States Parties and the Depositary of any decision under this paragraph; (g) Changes approved under this procedure shall enter into force for all States Parties 180 days after the date of notification by the Director-General of their approval unless another time period is recommended by the Executive Council or decided by the Conference.

[C] Secretary-General of the United Nations ITO Art 5.1(d), 9.2 & 121 of Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court:

Article 5.1(d) The jurisdiction of the Court shall be limited to the most serious crimes of concern to the international community as a whole. The Court has jurisdiction in accordance with this Statute with respect to the following crimes: (d) The crime of aggression.  The Court shall exercise jurisdiction over the crime of aggression once a provision is adopted in accordance with articles 121 and 123 defining the crime and setting out the conditions under which the Court shall exercise jurisdiction with respect to this crime. Such a provision shall be consistent with the relevant provisions of the Charter of the United Nations.

Art 9.2: Amendments to the Elements of Crimes may be proposed by: (a) Any State Party; (b) The judges acting by an absolute majority; (c) The Prosecutor. Such amendments shall be adopted by a two-thirds majority of the members of the Assembly of States Parties.

Art 121: Amendments: 1. After the expiry of seven years from the entry into force of this Statute, any State Party may propose amendments thereto. The text of any proposed amendment shall be submitted to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, who shall promptly circulate it to all States Parties.

 

Suggested Amended Definitions:

Geneva Convention relative to Treatment of Prisoner of War:

[1] Scarcity Combatant Parties to the Conflict:

[1.1] Under WiP Intnl-law: Any individual, organisation or nation whose procreation or consumption footprint violates ecological carrying capacity limits, and/or advocacy on behalf of procreation or consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits; should be designated as a conscious or unconscious ‘breeding/consumption’ scarcity combatant party to any local, regional, national or international resource scarcity related conflict.

[1.2] Under EoP SciCult Intnl-Law: A Scarcity Combatant will be any man or woman who (a) refuses to sign their responsible freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za[20]] oath; and/or (b) who violates their responsible freedom oath; by being convicted of a breeding, consumption or deception crime of aggression [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za[21]] who shall be sentenced as follows: (a) negligent: sent to responsible freedom ego and/or eco literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za[22]] classes; (b) intentional: death penalty: they shall be given the opportunity to remove their genes from the planetary genepool by their preferred method of assisted suicide, within two weeks of sentencing and/or by a particular date as decided by the sentencing judge; and if not done by such date, will be humanely and orderly assassinated by law enforcement appointed assassination squad officials.

Chemical Weapons Convention:

[2] Breeding/Consumption Weapons of War:

[2.1] “We must all understand that the most potent weapons of war are the penis, the womb, and the ego. Therefore, if you cannot convince a group to control its population and consumption, to below carrying capacity limits; by discussion, debate, intelligent analysis, etc.; you must consider their action in using the penis and the womb to increase population; or using the ego to consume in violation of carrying capacity limits; an Act of War” – Amended version of quote by Judge Jason G. Brent, in Humans: An Endangered Species.

[3] Biological Warfare:

[3.1] Biological Warfare is a racial, religious or national tribal offensive resource thieving and/or defensive tribal resource protection military tactic.; resulting from global political and religious leaders international law legislative strategy allowing for clauses of international law that enable procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits.

[4] Chemical Warfare:

[4.1] Chemical Warfare is a racial, religious or national tribal offensive resource thieving and/or defensive resource tribal protection military tactic; resulting from global political, corporate and religious leaders international law legislative strategy allowing for clauses of international law that enable procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits.

[5] Defensive and Offensive Biological and Chemical Warfare:

[5.1] All standing army state and/or guerrilla insurgency military – conventional, biological, chemical or nuclear warfare – tactics are enabled by international law that does not clearly legally define the difference between offensive – procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits induced resource thieving – military tactics; and defensive – protection from other tribes procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits induced resource thieving – military tactics.

[5.2] The use of biological or chemical warfare as a defensive – protection of tribal resources from another tribes procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits resource thieving economic or military warfare tactics – military tactic is very different than the use of biological or chemical warfare as an offensive – intentional resource thieving of another tribe’s resources for own tribes growing procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits greed – military tactic.

[6] Fraud of UN ‘Peace’ and ‘War’ Treaties:

[6.1] Offensive and defensive cannon fodder standing armies and their creation and/or use of military chemical, biological, technological, electronic and other related warfare ingredients are a direct and indirect result of global political, corporate and religious leaders international law legislative strategy allowing for clauses of international law that enable procreation and consumption above ecological carrying capacity limits.

[6.2] Any and all United Nations endorsed bi-national or international treaty related to ‘war’ or ‘peace’ whose treaty clauses fail to advocate on behalf of all WiP clauses of international law being replaced by EoP Scientific and Cultural [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] – requiring all citizens of all nations, races and religions to procreate and consume below ecological carrying capacity limits [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za], and relate in terms of fully informed consenting agreements – clauses of law; are based upon deception and fraud; i.e. are fraudulent peace treaties.

Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court:

[7] Political Party Leadership Crimes of Aggression Act of War:

[7.1] The leadership of any political party, who is convicted of endorsing a political party policy platform that allows candidates to campaign in support of legislation, and/or to enact legislation enabling or advocating on behalf of citizen procreation, consumption or production of resources above ecological carrying capacity limits, shall be guilty of political party leadership ‘crime of aggression act of war’.

[8] Prosecutors Crimes of Aggression Act of War:

[8.1] Prosecutors who are convicted for consciously and/or intentionally failing to prosecute political, business or religious leaders whose political, business or religious organizational policy platform advocates on behalf of citizen procreation, consumption or production of resources above ecological carrying capacity limits, shall be guilty of prosecutorial ‘crime of aggression act of war’.

[9] Citizen Scarcity Combatant Crimes of Aggression Act of War:

[9.1] Any individual who is found guilty of consciously or unconsciously advocating on behalf of, legislating, enforcing, or obeying any – cultural, religious, common, statutory, constitutional, or international – clause of national or international law enabling or advocating on behalf of human procreation, consumption or production of resources above ecological carrying capacity limits, is guilty of the ‘crime of aggression act of war’.

[10] Penalty for Crimes of Aggression Acts of War:

[10.1] Individuals convicted of a breeding, consumption or deception crime of aggression [crimes-of-aggression.tygae.org.za[23]] shall be sentenced as follows: (a) negligent: sent to responsible freedom ego and/or eco literacy [ego-eco-literacy.tygae.org.za[24]] classes; (b) intentional: death penalty: they shall be given the opportunity to remove their genes from the planetary genepool by their preferred method of assisted suicide, within two weeks of sentencing and/or by a particular date as decided by the sentencing judge; and if not done by such date, will be humanely and orderly assassinated by law enforcement appointed assassination squad officials.

[11] EoP Footprint: Sustainable Procreation and Consumption footprint:

[12] EoP Scientific and Cultural law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za[25]] – based on EoP Footprint [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za[26]] – is the Ecology of Peace culture’s answer to the EoP John Brown – how to get along without deceiving, overbreeding and overconsuming – Question: What is a Sustainable Procreation and Consumption footprint? EoP RH FR [eop-rh-fr.tygae.org.za[27]] is the recommended objective reality socio-legal cultural frame of orientation process for implementing EoP SciCult law [eop-scicultlaw.tygae.org.za] as international law.

 

Suggested Process for Global Implementation:

[13] EoP Axis Cooperating Nations:

[14] Immediate legislative global implementation:

[14.1] One Child Law [one-child-law.tygae.org.za[28]]

[14.2] Land Reform Claim [eop-landreform.tygae.org.za[29]]:

[A] Minister of Justice and Land Reform files land reform claim notice: All individuals and organizations property – above and beyond the property ration level for that eco-region – will be nationalized by the state.

[15] 6 – 12 months legislative global implementation deadline:

[15.1] Shut down of Global Swamp Economy [eop-sdwipecon.tygae.org.za[30]]:

[A] Minister of Finance & Commerce file Notice of Shut down of Global Swamp Economy: Central Banks ordered to arrange for global debt relief; stock exchanges notified they will be shutdown by deadline date. Put simply: global economy goes into organized global debt relief bankruptcy.

[15.2] Denuclearization [eop-denuke-defn.tygae.org.za[31]]:

[A] Minister of Energy: Nuclear engineers ordered to arrange orderly closure of nuclear power plants.

[15.3] Land Reform [eop-landreform.tygae.org.za[32]]:

[15.4] Minister of Environment & Education:

[A] Footprint scientists to setup a simple easy to understand Global Land Footprint database to formalize carrying capacity footprint [eop-footprint.tygae.org.za[33]] limits for the different eco-regions. Upon the deadline date, it shall be known how many Responsible Freedom oaths citizens there are in the nation. Each eco-region’s footprint will determine the size of a responsible freedom citizen in that eco-regions property ration [property-ration.tygae.org.za].

[15.5] Minister of Justice, Land Reform and Health:

[A] Minister of Justice to setup a Responsible Freedom Oath Database: All citizens can voluntarily sign their Responsible Freedom [responsible-freedom.tygae.org.za[34]] Oaths. If they (a) own land; they can keep as much of their land property; within the confines of the property ration [property-ration.tygae.org.za[35]] for that eco-region, whatever is above the eco-region property ration level will be (i) immediately nationalized if or where it is needed for citizens who do not have land and have signed their responsible freedom oaths, starting with nationalization of the properties who have the largest excess above the property ration; (ii) will be nationalized on deadline date for reforestation rewilding; (b) do not own land, they will be given a property ration of land from nationalized land; within the confines of the property ration for the particular eco-region of such property ration; to use to enable their shelter and survival self-sufficiency to enable the rebuilding of a relocalized low-tech organic agrarian sustainable future.

[B] Pro Se Responsible Freedom Oath Courts: All citizens who object to signing their responsible freedom oaths, can file an objection on their own behalf, where they can provide a court with evidence as to the reasons for their objections. If their objections are scientifically based proving errors in EoP Scientific and Cultural law recommended international law, EoP law is amended in accordance to such evidence.

[C] Minister of Health: Humane and Orderly Assisted Suicide: All citizens who (a) do not intend to sign their responsible freedom oaths; (b) do not intend to file a pro se legal objection detailing their reasons for their refusal; (c) are to be provided with help from doctors, psychologists, social workers at the Minister of Health, if or where so requested to plan their assisted suicide departure, to enable orderly and humane departure, prior to the deadline date.

[D] Minister of Corrections: Prisoner Release [prisoner-pardon.tygae.org.za[36]]: Prisoners who (a) voluntarily sign responsible freedom oaths are granted property ration on early release; (b) who decline to sign responsible freedom oaths: provided help; including family visits to say good bye to their family; prior to their assisted suicide departure.

 

[16] Enclosures:

[16.1] Statement of Claim:

[A] Request for Info: Accuracy / Error of EoP RH FR Frame of Orientation
[B] Request for Info: Accuracy / Error of Ego Literacy Communication Policy
[C] Request for Info: Accuracy / Error of EoP Scientific and Cultural Law.

[16.2] Affidavit:

[A] EoP TRC Info

 

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Applicant: Lara Johnson, Pro Se

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Date: George, South Africa.

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[26] http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-nwo-scp/eop-footprint/        archive.is/Guli3

[27] http://eop-miled-clerk.tygae.org.za/eop-rh-fr/                  archive.is/BSOAb

[28] http://ss-defcon.tygae.org.za/2010/07/humans-an-endangered-species-v/   archive.fo/qnrNz

[29] http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-nwo-scp/land-reform/         archive.is/2c9XD

[30] http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-nwo-scp/sd-wip-econ/      archive.is/hWAdA

[31] http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-denuke-defn/        archive.is/ofrGD

[32] http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-nwo-scp/land-reform/         archive.is/2c9XD

[33] http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-nwo-scp/eop-footprint/        archive.is/Guli3

[34] http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-nwo-scp/responsible-freedom/       archive.is/rXzYe

[35]   http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-nwo-scp/property-ration/    archive.fo/AWxH8

[36] http://eop-nwo-sco.tygae.org.za/eop-nwo-scp/prisoner-pardon/          archive.fo/rXKVD

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