Foundational Policies in the Constitution                                

These policies are foundational, but are not part of the rock solid policies that are biblically based. You can read these rock solid biblically based policies by going to the Rock. There will be no compromising on these - they must be accepted with only minor word change alterations permitted. This is being done to avoid politics. You need a strong foundation for your constitution and nation. 

Foundational Policy  (following the 70 point party policy list on the page Constitution

10. Monarchy

21. No Internment or Work Camps

24. Customs Entrenched - specifically 24e Driving   24f  Languages   24q Weights and Measures     

25. Customs Banned - specifically 

26.  Rights and Freedoms  specially points number 2363738, and 40.

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. 

Specifically the following Rights and Freedoms

2.  Vote - freedom to vote in elections, unless incarcerated, under 18, insane, or not a citizen. Free to run for Parliament, if a citizen, over 18, not in jail, or incarcerated in any other way due to breaking the law or insanity.

36.   State Propaganda - right to be free from state propaganda, and the right to be accurately informed of the state of the nation by the government. But naturally the government has the right under the constitution to carry out its programs.                       

37.    Unborn - unborn children have the right to life, except if the life of the mother is put at risk by the pregnancy, and other caveats explained in this Constitution. Women are free to get abortions in foreign countries and face no penalties when returning, but Medicare won't pay for it.


38.   Guns - the right to bear arms  by the public is guaranteed with qualifications. 

Weapons must not be concealed on ones person, carried in public while loaded, or used for purposes of intimidation. Parliament shall determine what is or is not a weapon. Youngsters under 16 are not allowed to use guns without someone 18 or over supervising them. Youngsters under 12 are not allowed to use guns at all, unless they live in  remote places where hunting is a common practice, but they would still need supervision by someone over 18, until age 16.

No one under 18 is allowed to own a gun .22 calibre and bigger.

One must be 16 years old before one can get a hunting license, except for in remote areas, or in families who make part of their living through hunting. The age limit 12 in that case.

Automatic weapons illegal for the public to own. Semi-automatic weapons only allowed to hold a maximum of  8 shells. Parliament shall determine the rules in this area of automatic and semi-automatic guns.

Knives not allowed to be carried about in public, except when hunting, or for purpose of work, or the small inoffensive pocket knife variety. The ceremonial Sikh kirpan is permitted in public as long as it is  small and non-threatening. Parliament shall make other rules and regulations necessary in this area. Naturally we aren't talking about knives at meals or in the kitchen.

An armed public is a safer more secure public. Crooks are less likely to break into homes, if they realize someone is likely to plug them between the eyes with a piece of lead.

Guns are not toys and should be kept away from children - they are not play things.

In urban areas guns are not needed in most cases. In rural areas they are often essential to control animal pests, or for hunting. In urban areas simply carrying a gun about in public would usually be regarded as intimidating

Governments throughout the world are constantly trying to disarm and castrate the public. The police and military, however, are armed to the teeth. A disarmed public is vulnerable and easily controlled and intimidated by government. The government of the House of Israel  has nothing to fear from an armed public, unless arms are used to commit crimes, civil unrest, or used for rebellion, or cared for and handled in a negligent manner.

40.   Pension - right to begin collecting the state run old age pension starting at age 70.  Age of eligibility gradually phased in from the current age 65 eligibility to age 70 - this would not be done suddenly, but slowly.


27.Policy related to traditional occupations specifically 27c Canadian Broadcasting Corporation ( CBC ) 


32. Close To Nature Related Policies

  1. Wildlife Diversity         

  2. Restocking                    

  3. Network of Parks  ( protecting wildlife corridors & migratory routes)     

  4. Elk  ( excessive numbers in Parks  relocated to suitable new habitat )    

  5. Protected Animals                 

  6. Habitat Protection      

  7. Wildlife Preserves     

  8. Poachers  (Getting Tough With)   

33. Education   

34. Business Policy -  specifically  Fuel efficiency    Research and Development   and Taking Care of Our Own First   Land Based Economy  Focused on Primary Industries              

38. Automobiles, Drivers and Insurance     

39a  Motorcycles and Bicycles

44. Education On Health Care 

47. Social Programs

49. First Peoples ( Aboriginals)

56 Odd and Ends  specifically    56bConstitutional Amending Formula  56d Gun Laws    56e MP's    56h Prime Minister  56i Referendums and Referendum for approval of House of Israel Constitution

57. Social policy  

a Third Party Funding of Abortions       c Gambling        d Social Programs   

69. Five Year Phasing in Period





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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. "