118th CONGRESS

1st Session

 

 

 

 

 

 

H.J. Res. 720

United States House of Representatives

January 9, 2023

 

Sponsored By: Rep Ian A. Medina (D-FL)

 

Article

Section 1. A joint resolution colonizing the entire planet Earth in a global American consolidation Act that consolidates the entire globe under the dominion of the United States of America conferring onto these colonized nations their sovereignty, to wit:
 

Section 2. Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled (two-thirds of each House concurring therein), that the following joint resolution be enacted and enforced against the territories under our sovereignty. 
 

Section 3. this legislative action is being taken pursuant to Article I, section 8, clauses 11-16 that says, in part: “The Congress shall have Power . . . To declare War, grant Letters of Marque and Reprisal, and make Rules conquering Captures on Land and Water.” (emphasis added).  U.S. Const. art. I, § 8, c. 11-16 (2023). Pursuant to the Constitution of the United States, Article I, section 8, clause 1, the United States of America as the leading military power in the world, colonizes the entire Earth into eight (8) separate, unrelated and differentiated institutions within the United States of America.  U.S. Const. art. I, § 8, c. 1 (2023).

Section 4. The federal government of the United States of America hereby preempts and supersedes the powers of the governments comprising the international states creating a global government called the United States of America. The federal government of the United States of America shall have the sole power of global governance vested in the United States of America. 
 

Section 5. The global institutions shall not have any lawmaking powers, enforcement powers and/or adjudicative powers. Relations between the global institutions shall be operated and managed by the United States of America. Currency of the global institutions is the United States Dollar (USD) and shall be an accepted form of currency in all global institutions. 
 

Section 6. All states in the global institutions below are admitted into the stream of commerce of the United States of America. The economic system of the global institutions is private. As such, the economy of the global institutions is capitalist. Communism and/or socialism or any other economic form are supplanted by American capitalism. Goods and services shall remain private in perpetuity. No subsequent or incurring legislation and/or jurisprudence at any level of government can change or alter this legislation. 
 

Section 7. The global institutions under the United States of America are: (1) the English states; (2) the Spanish states; (3) the European states; (4) the Slavic states; (5) the Asian states; (6) the Middle Eastern states; (7) the African states; and (8) the Caribbean states. 
 

Section 8. The English states are the United States of America, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia. The United States of America shall hold the principal seat of power in the English states union in perpetuity. The United States of America can be removed from power as the principal seat for good cause by impeachment from the United States House of Representatives and conviction in the United States Senate after a congressional investigation, if needed. The Secretary of State of the United States of America is the highest ranking official in this global institution to be elected/appointed pursuant to American law.
 

Section 9. The Spanish states are Spain, Mexico, Panama, Brazil, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Guatemala, Belize, Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Paraguay, Peru, Puerto Rico, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela. Spain shall hold the principal seat of power in the Spanish states union in perpetuity. Spain can be removed from power as the principal seat for good cause by impeachment from the United States House of Representatives and conviction in the United States Senate after a congressional investigation, if needed. The Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores (Secretary of State) of Spain is the highest ranking official in this global institution to be elected/appointed pursuant to Spanish law.  
 

Section 10. The European states are France, Italy, Greenland, Germany, Netherlands, Greece, Switzerland, Norway, Hungary, Ireland, Greece, Portugal, Belgium, Austria, Denmark, Luxembourg, Estonia, Finland, Malta, Cyprus, Sweden, Lithuania, Armenia and Albania. France shall hold the principal seat of power in the European states union in perpetuity. France can be removed from power as the principal seat for good cause by impeachment from the United States House of Representatives and conviction in the United States Senate after a congressional investigation, if needed. The Ministre de l’Europe et des Affairs Étrangères (Secretary of State) of France is the highest ranking official in this global institution to be elected/appointed pursuant to French law. 
 

Section 11. The Slavic states are Russia, Poland, Ukraine, Belarus, Slovakia, The Czech Republic, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro and Bulgaria. Ukraine shall hold the principal seat of power in the Slavic states union in perpetuity. Ukraine can be removed from power as the principal seat for good cause by impeachment from the United States House of Representatives and conviction in the United States Senate after a congressional investigation, if needed. The Minister for Foreign Affairs (Secretary of State) is the highest ranking official in this global institution to be elected/appointed pursuant to Ukrainian law. 
 

Section 12. The Asian states are China, Japan, Thailand, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, Indonesia, India, Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Myanmar, Cambodia, Mongolia, Laos, Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Brunei, Christmas Island, Macao, Bhutan, British Indian Ocean Territory, Timor-Leste and Cocos Island. Japan shall hold the principal seat of power in the Asian states union in perpetuity. Japan can be removed from power as the principal seat for good cause by impeachment from the United States House of Representatives and conviction in the United States Senate after a congressional investigation, if needed. The Minister For Foreign Affairs (Secretary of State) is the highest ranking official in this global institution to be elected/appointed pursuant to Japanese law. 
 

Section 13. The Middle Eastern states are Israel, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kuwait, Tajikistan, Bahrain, Oman, Yemen, United Arab Emirates, Syria, Lebanon, Maldives, Uzbekistan, Qatar, Pakistan, Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Sudan and Djibouti. Israel shall hold the principal seat of power in the Middle Eastern states union in perpetuity. Israel can be removed from power as the principal seat for good cause by impeachment from the United States House of Representatives and conviction in the United States Senate after a congressional investigation, if needed. The Minister of Foreign Affairs (Secretary of State) of Israel is the highest ranking official in this global institution to be elected/appointed pursuant to Israeli law. 
 

Section 14. The African states are South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, Democratic Republic of Congo, Senegal, Uganda, Mali, Cote d’Ivoire, Somalia, Zimbabwe, Madagascar, Zambia, Angola, Cameroon, Namibia, Rwanda, Niger, Guinea, Liberia, Mozambique, Central African Republic, Cape Verde, Libya, Burkina Faso, Benin, Gabon, Togo, Malawi, Eritrea, Mauritania, Botswana, The Gambia, Mauritius, Republic of Congo, Sierra Leone, Eswatini, Western Sahara, Chad, Burundi, Seychelles, Equatorial Guinea, South Sudan and Comoros. South Africa shall hold the principal seat of power in the African states union in perpetuity. South Africa can be removed from power as the principal seat for good cause by impeachment from the United States House of Representatives and conviction in the United States Senate after a congressional investigation, if needed. The Minister of State Security (Secretary of State) of South Africa is the highest ranking official in this global institution to be elected/appointed pursuant to South African law. 
 

Section 15. The Caribbean States are The Bahamas, Haiti, Jamaica, Turks and Caicos, Barbados, Antigua and Barbuda, Saint Lucia, Trinidad and Tobago, Aruba, Curacao, Martinique, Canary Islands, U.S. Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Guadeloupe, Grenada, Guyana, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname and Dominica. The Bahamas shall hold the principal seat of power in the Caribbean states union in perpetuity. The Bahamas can be removed from power as the principal seat for good cause by impeachment from the United States House of Representatives and conviction in the United States Senate after a congressional investigation, if needed. The Minister of Foreign Affairs (Secretary of State) of The Bahamas is the highest ranking official in this global institution to be elected/appointed pursuant to Bahamian law. 
 

Section 16. All states in the global institutions under the sole dominion of the United States of America shall abide by United States federal law in the Constitution of the United States of America, its statutes and treaties. Violation of this provision shall result in prosecution by the United States of America in its federal tribunal. As such, all states in the global institution are subject to jurisdiction of the United States of America. 
 

Section 17. All states in the global institutions, except the United States of America and its territories have no voting power in elections. There is no delegation or representatives from all states in the global institutions, except the United States of America and its territories. 
 

Section 18. The United States of America retains authority to have oversight over any state affairs, cases and/or controversies in all states in the global institutions, subject to the Constitution of the United States of America, its statutes and treaties. 
 

Section 19. All rights, privileges, benefits and/or immunities are non-negotiable, non-delegable and non-transferable. The United States of America reserves the right to amend this legislation as necessary pursuant to federal law. No rights. privileges, immunities and benefits not expressly granted herein shall be vested or inferred neither constructively nor actually. All conflicts of laws are subject to federal preemption, citations omitted.
 

Section 20. Any and all claims at law and equity arising out of this legislation are subject to legislative immunity and barred by federal law. The drafters of this legislation reserve all the rights, privileges, immunities and benefits available at law. 
 

Section 21. Any and all cases and/or controversies arising from this legislation are barred under the Speech or Debate Clause of Article I of the Constitution of the United States. U.S. Const. art. I, § 6, cl. 1.

 

Sponsored by Rep. Ian A. Medina (D-FL): 01/09/2023

Passes the U.S. House:

Passes the U.S. Senate: 

 

Sent to Governors & Ratified By 3/4ths State Legislatures in All States:

 

*Signed by President Joseph R. Biden: 

 

*President’s signature is superfluous and has no legal effect