THE   HOUSE  OF  ISRAEL CONSTITUTION              Caveat        Contact   

Official House of Israel Party Policy for North House of Israel  

Introduction         Peaceful Change         Separation of Church and State     

Changes and Further Discussions           Policies in Alphabetical Order          

 

House of Israel Party Policies                        

  1. God's Laws (some of them not all of them) as explained in the Bible the Foundation of the Constitution 

  2. Lands Invited to form the House of Israel  2a) Commonwealth   

  3. Participation   

  4. Voting and Elections  

  5. Wages of Members of Parliament     

  6. Speaker of the House      

  7. Parliament                           

  8. Governor General   Commitments of GG    8A) Nation's Official Name  - Our Identity 

  9. President               

  10. Monarchy   

  11. International    11a International Alliances   11b Strategy for Independence     

  12. Government Departments and Ministries 12a)  Trimming and Streamlining Government    

  13. Bureaucracy     

  14. House of Israel Party Constitution              

  15. Judicial System                           

  16. Swift Justice      

  17. Lawyers    

  18. Crime and War On The Streets     18a  Tough With Organized Crime    

  19. Torts, Laws and Legislation       

  20. Death Penalty                               

  21. No Internment or Work Camps             

 

22. Visions and Perceptions

23. Common Culture - Outline 

Traditional Occupations       Traditional Arts              Traditional Hobbies 

Traditional Sports               Traditional Habits + Habits Can Be Good, Bad or Benign     

Other Traditions       Close to Nature        Rodents        Predators and Omnivores       Ungulates     

Snakes, Bats, Worms and Other Creeping Critters    Fish, Amphibians and Water Mammals

Insects         Birds of Prey         Crows and Jay Family        Song Birds          Woodpeckers   

Water and Shore Birds            Wild Chickens and Turkeys             Other Birds   

Deciduous Trees          Evergreen Trees           Shrubs             Fruit Trees and Fruiting Schrubs     

Flowers          Vegetables and Grains         Low Bush Berries and Tame Mushrooms  

Grasses and Legumes        Weeds          Water and Marsh Plants            Other Plants

 

24. Customs Entrenched

 

 

 25. Customs Banned           

 

 

26. Rights and Freedoms   There are around 40 rights and freedoms listed. This is very broad. However, almost all of them speak out for justice, truth, fairness, and high public standards.

The House of Israel Constitution guarantees the following rights and freedoms subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society.

26a  Rock Solid Rights and Freedom    

The following is a list of the rights and freedoms that would be regarded as being based on biblical laws and principles: 9 adoption, 10 assembly, 11 expression, 12 business 13 conscientious objectors , 15 foreigners, 16 free moral agency, 18 information, 19medical and dental, 20mobility, 22 freedom to own pets, 23 police protection, 24 presidential powers, 25 press, 26 protection, 30 free from sexual abuse, 31 religion, 32 Sabbaths, 34 free from spousal abuse, 35 free from state coercion in matters of conscience, 39 freedom to own private property.

26b  Foundational rights and freedoms - specially points number 2363738, and 40.

26c Non-foundational Rights and Freedoms - subject to change and revision by party delegates. These are specifically points # 4 G Courts, 14 Education  16 Free Moral Agency , 17 Homeless,    20 Mobility,  21 Movement,  26 Protection , 27 Right to Die,  28 Social Assistance, 29 Travel and Mobility  and 33 Speech.

 

27.   Policies Related To Traditional Occupations  

  1. Agriculture
  2. Coal Mining     
  3. Communications  ( CBC )    
  4. Continuing Education          
  5. Highway and Bridge Maintenance       
  6. Hunting and Gathering      
  7. Lumbering and Home Builders Assistance       
  8. Mining (oil and tar sands )   Nationalization of Energy Sector      
  9. Natural Gas and Electricity           
  10. Off Shore Fishing      
  11. Pulp and Paper       
  12. Ship Building 
  13. Merchant Marine             
  14. Tourism   
  15. Trade         
  16. Raising Buffalo and Herding Reindeer             

 

28.  Policies Related To Traditional Habits   

  1. Love for Nature & Living in Harmony With Nature       

  2. Independence & Self-Reliance       

  3. Personal & Environmental Cleanliness          

  4. Simplicity in Living and Enjoyment         

 

29.   Building and Maintaining a Strong Armed Forces 

29a)  Building and manufacturing our own military equipment

 

30.   Policies Related To Traditional Arts           

  1. Building Ones Own House    

 

31.  Policies Related To  Traditional Sports   a) Baseball   b) Cycling   c) Golf   d) Hunting   e) Snowmobiling        

 

32.  Close To Nature Related Policies  

 

33.  Education   

 

34.   Business policy

 

35.   Miscellaneous    a)  Advertising     b)  Those not Permitted to Strike    c) Credit     

d)  Partnerships and Professions and Trade    e)  Worker's Lunch Time    

f)  Heating Cost of Government Buildings   

 

36. Mergers, Takeovers,  and Monopolies        

37. Freedom of Competition       

38. Automobiles, Drivers and Insurance  

39. Motorcycles and Bicycles and Private Planes

 

HEALTH CARE

40 Health Care           

41. Medical Services 

Health Care Premiums

User Fees  

 

42. Government Administration of Community Health Services

43. Administration of Health Care Services to Reduce Health Care Costs    

A) Alternative Holistic Medicine         

B) Hazardous and Harmful Health Related Products and Procedures Banned

C) Organ Donations and Transplants

D) Drugs, Medicines, Pharmaceuticals + Natural Health Products 

E) Accident Prevention Strategy - designed to reduce costs and accidents. 

44. Education On Health Care  

No Health Care credits

45. Health and Education     

 

46. Reducing the Cost of Government

47. Social Programs

 

48. Guns                   

49. First Peoples ( Aboriginals)     

 

50. Family Matters

a) Encouraging and supporting the family

b) Marriage 

c)  Definition of a Family      d) Feminism        e) Men's Issues     

f ) Men's and Boy's Rights     g) Women's and Girl's Rights   h) Common-law couples 

 

51. Immigration Policy                 52. Religion                  53. The Clergy       

 

54. No Compromising of the Basic Thrust of the Constitution        

 

55. Serious Major Immediate Problems          

 

56.   Odds and Ends           

 

57. Social policy   a) Third Party Funding of Abortions     b) Calendar     c) Gambling    d) Social Programs   

 

58.  Divorce

59.  Adoption                                 

60.  Cemeteries      

61.  Circumcision      

62Single Mothers         

63. Christian Heritage        

64. Cloning of Humans Illegal    

65. Babies and Maternity Leave       

66. Genetic Engineering of Humans Illegal      

67. Lands Invited to be Part of the House of Israel  

67a) South House of Israel -  Administration Districts 

67L) N&S House of Israel Policy on what remains of the United States. 

68. Embassies             69. Five Year Phasing in Period          70. Conclusion

 

 

Party Mailing Address: House of Israel Party P.O. Box 475 Stn. Main Calgary, Alberta T2P-2J1

 

 

Guarantee of Rights and Freedoms and Fundamental Freedoms (from the Canadian Constitution) "  The Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms guarantees the rights and freedoms set out in it subject only to such reasonable limits prescribed by law as can be demonstrably justified in a free and democratic society. Everyone has the following fundamental freedoms: (a) freedom of conscience and religion; (b) freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, including freedom of the press and other media of communication; (c) freedom of peaceful assembly; and (d) freedom of association. "

 

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