Universal Community Trust and the Treaty of Universal Community Trust apply internationally, across existing geographic borders.
Universal Community Trust [UCT] is an umbrella Trust declaring independence, sovereignty and jurisdiction under Natural Law for all the autonomous Sovereign Community Trusts (AnarchoNations/AnarchoTrusts) which sit under UCT.
Under each of those are numerous Private Living/Family Trusts (with their own trustees and beneficiaries). These Private Living/Family Trusts are beneficiaries of the Sovereign Community Trusts.
UCT is a structured mechanism which sets out to protect you, your family and community, as well as your land, house, material items, and most importantly, your rights and freedoms.
The Treaty of Universal Community Trust [also known as UCT Treaty] lays out a set of principles and values by which people and communities can live by, interact with each other, solve disputes, and reach their highest potential.
What is UCT Treaty?
Treaty of Universal Community Trust is a declaration of independence, sovereignty and jurisdiction, founded on the principles of Natural Law. UCT Treaty was ratified by 25 independent sovereign nations of indigenous peoples on 21 June 2012 CE.
What is Natural Law?
The principles of Natural Law (also sometimes called the Common Law) can be summarised by the following divine maxim:
“Do no harm, cause no loss, and accept no wrongdoing against you.”
Essentially UCT encompasses the following:
– UCT, through UCT Treaty, has established supreme jurisdiction of Natural Law, and therefore all presumed jurisdictions and authorities of the current system are declared null and void.
– UCT and UCT Treaty have established a new and complete framework of lawful principles, based on Natural Law and around the values of fairness, kindness and trust, outside of the existing legal, financial and socio-economic systems of this world which have been run by wealthy and powerful elites (the 1%) for centuries.
– UCT is working to enable people and communities to break free of their debt enslavement; live off the land with adequate and clean food, air, water, soil and energy; and reach their full potential.
The structure and aims of the UCT can be summarised thus:
What are our values?
We stand for a fairer, kinder, abundant world for all, as espoused in the Treaty of UCT.