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Official House of Israel Party Policy - that are Considered As Non-Foundational Policy    

House of Israel Party Policies - that would be regared as being Non-Foundational Policy and therefore subject to change, revision or perhaps deletion - these decisions will be done by H I P delegates to official meetings and policy conventions.                        

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  2. Lands Invited to form the House of Israel      

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  5. Wages of Members of Parliament     

  6. Speaker of the House      

  7. Parliament                           

  8.      8A)  

  9. President               

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  12. Government Departments and Ministries        

  13. Bureaucracy     

  14. House of Israel Party Constitution              

  15. Judicial System                           

  16. Swift Justice      

  17. Lawyers    

  18.    18a     

  19. Torts, Laws and Legislation       

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22. Visions and Perceptions

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24. Customs Entrenched

 

 25. Customs Banned           

 

 

26. Rights and Freedoms  

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14. Education - right to an education so you can function adequately in society , but this doesn't include the severely handicapped.

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16. Free Moral Agency - citizens have free moral agency , but this does not mean they are not subject to the laws of the land, and exempt from the penalties of breaking such laws.

17. Homeless - right to shelter for the homeless provided by the state. Such accommodations must provide for people's basic needs, with proper heating and sanitation facilities. No one can deny the homeless such shelter. Luxury facilities for the homeless not allowed, only basics provided. The homeless have the right to remain homeless and remain free from attempts by government and authorities to force them into shelters.

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20. Mobility - freedom to live and work and relocate where you please in the House of Israel.

21. Movement - freedom of movement.

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26. Protection - right to protect yourself, your family or home from intruders. And to use whatever force necessary and reasonable under the circumstances.

27. Right to Die - right to die for all adults who are mentally fit. Euthanasia is forbidden as is mercy killing. Terminally ill patients have the right to refuse treatment. Adults dependent on machines for survival have the right to unplug them, but others can't do it for them. Attempts at suicide shall be an offence. Brain dead patients shall not be kept alive on machines, but Parliament shall determine the rules here. Any mentally fit adult has the right to unplug or disconnect such equipment, but they must do it themselves - others can't help them. Those who help someone kill themselves shall be tried for murder. Doctors and other medical personnel, who deliberately withhold medical treatment from the terminally ill can be charged. Youngsters under age 16 do not have the right to die.

28. Social Assistance - right to social assistance for the poor.

29. Travel and Mobility - freedom to live and travel abroad, as long as you aren't in trouble with the law. Freedom to take assets to other lands, if people so wish, as long as they aren't in trouble with the law.

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33. Speech - freedom of speech and of the press.

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27.   Policies Related To Traditional Occupations  

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  2. Coal Mining     
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  4. Continuing Education          
  5. Highway and Bridge Maintenance       
  6. Hunting and Gathering       
  7. Lumbering and Home Builders Assistance       
  8. Mining (oil and tar sands )         
  9. Natural Gas and Electricity           
  10. Off Shore Fishing (sailing)        
  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   

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  4. Simplicity in Living and Enjoyment         

 

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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        

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34.   Business policy

 

35.  Miscellaneous    a)       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        

37Freedom of Competition       

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HEALTH CARE

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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    

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C) Organ Donations and Transplants

D) Drugs, Medicines, Pharmateuticals + Natural Health Products 

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

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46. Reducing the Cost of Government

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48. Guns                    

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55. Serious Major Immediate Problems   

 

56.   Odds and Ends           

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

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70Conclusion

 

 

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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