Treaty of Universal Community Trust
~ A Summary ~
- The UCT Treaty is a Proclamation of Independence, Sovereignty and Jurisdiction; a Declaration of Unalienable Rights; and an Affirmation of the Superiority of Natural Law.
- Natural Law can be summarised thus: Do no harm, cause no loss, and accept no wrongdoing against you.
- The UCT Treaty was ratified by 25 Sovereign Nations on 21 June 2012 CE, and is enshrined in International Law.
- A summary of the aims and objectives of the UCT, as outlined in the Treaty of UCT, appears below.
- The full text of the UCT Treaty can be read by clicking here.
End Crimes Against Humanity and Earth
End crimes perpetuated by governments, corporations, organisations and legal entities against mankind and Earth.
Dismantle Harmful Industry
Dismantle exploitative industries causing damage, harm, injury, loss to mankind and Earth.
Deconstruct Fiscal Systems
Deconstruct unsustainable fiscal and ownership systems (including interest/usury, land rights, borders, trading and information) which are based on profits for few and scarcity for many.
Nullify debts, replace monetary systems with autonomous and localised depositories in UCT communities.
Eradicate artificial scarcity and its effects including homelessness, famine, disease; facilitate a naturally abundant, peaceful, free and harmonious environment (for mankind to dwell and freely distribute organic materials, food/produce/seeds and natural health remedies).
Dissolve Dependence on Fossil Fuels
Dissolve dependence on fossil fuel industries for energy; cease toxic pollution of Earth and clean up unsafe nuclear power facilities.
Develop Clean Energy
Rapidly develop and manufacture free and clean energy technologies for all UCT communities.
Cease wars, repatriate armed services personnel, repudiate unlawful allegiances and set aside oaths made in service of private interests to detriment of mankind.
Establish Cooperative Trade
Establish co-operative trade networks in UCT communities; promote localisation of trade, self-sufficiency, mutual co-operation and eventual replacement of money with sweat-equity exchanges.
Arrange means for UCT grantors, trustees and beneficiaries to settle valid financial obligations and for credits in community depositories which can be used as payment for anything not detrimental to mankind or Earth.
Nullify Positive Law
Nullify all judicial proceedings and convictions for victimless crimes, as well as positive law; replace positive law with Natural Law.
Facilitate universal bond between free, indigenous peoples; achieve UCT aims and objectives in peaceful, amicable and equitable ways.
Natural Law describes the implicit Truth of the Universe. It is the Law Within our Hearts and Souls; the Law Dictating that all of us Must be Allowed to Exercise our own Freewill, but not without Bearing Responsibility for our Actions.
Cause no harm, injury, damage or loss, but defend yourself, your family, your community and your property with all reasonable force necessary, from all those who seek to do you wrong.
trust the universe…
“It is therefore declared without division that the indigenous nations standing under Universal Community Trust have denied or revoked their citizenship and their consent to be governed under the laws of any other jurisdiction, whilst every jurisdictional claim by any purported ruling authority is repudiated by the execution of this Treaty, for and on behalf of every member of every nation party to it.”
Did you know?
the uct and uct treaty are enshrined in international law
On 31 August 2012, the Secretary of State of the Foreign & Commonwealth Office [UK government] was sent a copy of the Treaty of Universal Community Trust, outlining the rights of indigenous nations to independence, self-determination and self-governance, as per established principles and conventions in international law.
This was followed, on 15 March 2013, with a Notice of Memorandum of Understanding delivered to Queen Elisabeth II, acknowledging acquiescence of HM’s government to the terms, aims and objectives of the UCT Treaty, under the well established principles of the Law of Nations.