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(INWA)  INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS ALLIANCE

 

INTRODUCTION TO AGREEMENT

 

ONE SKY PLAN

 

We only have one sky.

We admit and We agree, that we know that in the event of the use of a nuclear weapon anywhere in the atmosphere of Earth, the radiation will reach all mankind.

The INWA has the honor of reducing nuclear weapons by an International Law Agreement for the prevention of use of multiple large nuclear weapons leading toward a full scale nuclear world war and preventing normal life and continued life on Earth for all countries and for man

 

 

 

STATEMENT OF THE SEVEN CORE PRINCIPLES

 

This contract is an agreement to core principles between countries, creating an enforceable obligation to:

 

(1) Stop the use of larger than 1-Megaton nuclear weapons for war on Earth between countries.

 

(2) This contract blocks the use of more than one nuclear weapon of a size greater than 200 kiloton, for a preemptive or first strike against another country.

 

(3) Stop the use of multiple nuclear weapons being launched in any single launch attack by one country against another.

 

(4) If the country attacked does not respond with a nuclear weapon, additional nuclear weapons may not be launched by the attacking country following the initial attack with a nuclear weapon of a size up to one 200 kiloton nuclear weapon, thereby reducing the nuclear war to a maximum size of a single 200 kiloton nuclear weapon used in a nuclear war.

 

(5) Certain very harsh penalties will be imposed upon a country whom has launched a nuclear weapon against another country when that country does not wish to participate by returning a nuclear weapon.

 

(6) All nuclear weapons in existence or being constructed on Earth of a size greater than 1-Megaton shall be placed into a planetary defense system for the defense of planet Earth in the event of an attack on Earth from space.

 

(7) In this contract, 1-Megaton nuclear weapons are not permitted for use in a nuclear war and are placed in a class defined as used by a country for an uncontrolled aggression and that classification is called "RAGE," which is defined as all nuclear weapons of a size greater than 200 kiloton up to including 1-Megaton, are forbidden for nuclear war. Taking nuclear war action of a country in violation by force the rights of another country, with notice or without notice of intention to attack, against another country outside of any agreement herein this contract, whereby a 1-Megaton nuclear bomb is not maintained within the size bombs for the planetary defense system, and a 1-Megaton nuclear bomb is ultimately the largest nuclear weapon humanly possible to use against another country. The attacking country is liable for the use of a 1-Megaton nuclear weapon used in "RAGE" against another country in any instance in place of a up to one 200 kiloton nuclear weapon under the full prescription written in items (2) and (4).

 

 

 

ALL OTHER GOVERNMENTAL PROGRAMS DO NOT PROVIDE THIS PROTECTION

 

No other govenmental organization other than the INWA has pursued this Dream. It is not too late to address these INWA issues, before nuclear war.

 

          If the Rules and Regulations for use of nuclear weapons are

             kept like they are, we could analyze what could go wrong,

             and what steps could be taken to prevent it, or we could

             look back after it had happened and decide what we

             should have done - - but it would be too late, then.

 

The severe setback or death of mankind can be stopped.

 

To stop or minimize the use of nuclear weapons for war, countries need to enforce their rights by this contract, which leads eventually to a request from the INWA to sign a Treaty, to stop the launch of nuclear weapons greater in size than 200 kiloton against another country. The INWA offers this alliance agreement, the nuclear weapons control agreement outlines as the rules and regulations of a contract leading to a Treaty.

 

 

 

THE NATURE OF THE CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATIONS

 

The nature of the contract is to establish the agreement between the countries, that the countries have made to fix their rights and duties in accordance with this agreement, and the restrictions of the terms in this agreement, it is agreed by the signing of this contract by a country, solely prescribe the grounds for this contract's enforcement, and where and how the general public on Earth is affected. This contract promises action on the following issues: nuclear war reform, nuclear warfare, nuclear war crimes, legal reform, and family values.

 

 

ABOUT THE PRELIMINARY NEGOTIATION

 

A preliminary negotiation is not an offer, distinguished from offers, because they contain no demonstration of present intent to form constructional relations. If your country signs at the bottom of this preliminary negotiation and returns it by mail to the INWA there is no contract to any terms yet. Signing this preliminary negotiation for your country only officially gives recognition to the content, that it has been read and understood, and that your country (may or may not) proceed to signing any contract.

 

After the preliminary negotiation, will follow a negotiation period between your country and the INWA, for your country to select from the points in the list of conditions for a possible agreement, and in accompanying those points that your country does completely agree on, a presentation by your country of any amendment(s) requested to the INWA of the remaining points set forth therein the preliminary negotiation, you will have to make the contract wholly acceptable to your country, keeping in mind that it is intended by the INWA that there is to be ONE CONTRACT applied to international acceptance by all countries on Earth for International Rules and Regulations for the use and the non-use of nuclear weapons in our environment.   

 

To join your country with the INWA, your country will need to sign a preliminary negotiation before a preliminary negotiation can be reached. The preliminary negotiation must be received with original signature by the INWA.. Accompanying the preliminary negotiation, submit any amendment(s) requested to the wording of the points listed in the preliminary negotiation. The preliminary negotiation and any amendment(s) document, both documents will need to be official, and need to be in the possession of the INWA.

 

As soon as the preliminary negotiation has been reviewed by your country with the proposed amendment(s) added by your country, and now this document is wholly acceptable to your country, your country should sign this preliminary negotiation, and the amendment(s) document, and send the original copy with original signature by mail to the INWA. The mailing address is:

INWA

2020 Pennsylvania Avenue

Suite 911

Washington, D.C. USA  20006

 

When sending the preliminary negotiation to the INWA, please mail by certified mail with Return Receipt Requested, or Fedex, or UPS. For your records, record tracking numbers and any other important information.

 

When the INWA receives your signed preliminary negotiation, with any amendment(s), it will be evaluated to proceed to STEP 2.

 

 

 

THE NEXT STEP AFTER PRELIMINARY NEGOTIATION: 

 

When your country and the INWA agree, and are ready to proceed to the next step after the preliminary negotiation, when the amendments are finally agreed upon that have been signed and received, and have been accepted by the INWA, the process is for the INWA to return by registered mail the "updated" Rules and Regulations to your country. Your country will review and sign again, under this new document titled, "Possible Elements for a Future International Legal Agreement on the Prevention of Deployment of Nuclear Weapons on Earth, the Threat or Use of Force Against Other Countries." 

 

By now your country is in full agreement with this document. Please sign and return this document to the INWA, to:


INWA

2020 Pennsylvania Avenue

Suite 911

Washington, D.C. USA  20006

 

 


THE LAST STEP:

 

The next and last time your country will review the Rules and Regulations your country has chose to agree to, will place them into a contract the INWA will mail to your country, under a new document title, "Treaty." When amendment negotiations are completed between your country and the INWA, the INWA will send you a Treaty by registered mail, which will need to be officially signed and returned to the INWA by registered mail, and then your country will be registered with the INWA as a member of the Treaty by the INWA, and you will receive confirmation.

 

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To Begin the Process start here:

     

     STEP 1

 

(Please print out this "Preliminary Negotiation." Make sure the entire document and the signature area at the bottom of the document has completely and successfully printed.)

 

PRELIMINARY NEGOTIATION DOCUMENT (BELOW), SEND TO YOUR PRINTER "RULES AND REGULATIONS 1 THROUGH 21. MAKE SURE THE FULL SIGNATURE AREA TO INCLUDE THE SOLID LINE AT THE BOTTOM OF THE PAGE PRINTS.

 

 

 

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(INWA)  INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS ALLIANCE

 

 

 

PRELIMINARY NEGOTIATION

 

1] Stop the use of larger than 1-Megaton nuclear weapons for war on Earth between countries.

 

2] All nuclear weapons in the range of a size 12.5 kiloton to 200 kiloton are permitted to be used for a first strike for war against another country.

 

3] All nuclear weapons of a size greater than 200 kiloton up to including 1-Megaton are banned from the use for war one country against another, thereby reducing the possibility of use of a nuclear bomb greater in size than a 200 kiloton nuclear bomb for war one country against another.

 

4] Stop the use of multiple nuclear weapons being launched in any single launch attack by one country against another.

 

5] If a country attacks another country with one nuclear weapon, that country must stop the nuclear aggression toward the country it has attacked. If the country attacked does not respond with returning a single nuclear weapon, the country that attacked may not launch a second nuclear weapon, following the initial nuclear weapon attack.

 

6] If a country attacks another country, the internationally agreed maximum size nuclear weapon permitted is 200 kiloton. This agreement in Treaty is signed by countries and the INWA whom have agreed in this matter in signing a Treaty.

 

7] The use of a 1-Megaton nuclear weapon for war against another country in "RAGE" is illegal under the INWA internationally accepted Rules and Regulations, and no larger nuclear weapon than 1-Megaton can be used in "RAGE" against another country and will not be tolerated. There are unlimited international consequences from the INWA and the countries which are it's members for the use of a nuclear weapon larger than 1-Megaton against another country.

 

8] The use of such a large size of a 1-Megaton nuclear weapon against another country is forbidden. Some of the penalties for such action are: highly restricted commercial trade, full restrictions to commercial trade, or possibly a Hearing permitting a nuclear response which will be considered not part of any nuclear war waged, but rather a penalty.

 

9] Certain very harsh penalties for using a 200 kiloton nuclear weapon will be imposed upon any attacking country whom has launched a nuclear weapon against another country when that country does not wish to participate by returning a nuclear weapon against the attacking country.

 

10] Above 200 kiloton up to1-Megaton size nuclear bombs are placed in a category by themselves, reserved for an attack of "RAGE;" not permitted to be used under the internationally agreed Treaty, and are against the INWA and its member country's Rules and Regulations; Penalties  imposed by the INWA and the non-responding attacked country, and the Treaty's other member countries, for the non-responding country desiring not to have been attacked could be severe.

 

11] All nuclear weapons in existence or being constructed on Earth of a size greater than 1-Megaton will be placed into a global planetary defense system solely for the use of in the event of an attack on Earth from space.

 

12] These rules and regulations prescribe and restrict the terms of use and non-use of nuclear weapons where the general world population is at risk of being affected by nuclear gamma radiation dispersal; the terms of the insurance portion of this contract, Rule (12): protect a common carrier to safeguard the public when a nuclear weapon accidental launch, or launch in violation of the rules and regulations of the INWA Treaty officially places charges for international rules and regulations violation(s), stating what financial resources a country is responsible for to be made available by the responsible country in that event.

 

13] The insurance to mankind on Earth in these rules and regulations of the Treaty is to protect mankind's habitat of the planet Earth from undue nuclear gamma radiation harm.

 

 14] The insurance to the people of Earth in the event these INWA Rules and Regulations are violated is to oversee Hearing Rulings by the INWA and the country attacked, for payment of fines with financial resources of a country, in their use for public and government assistance for damage done, as so Ordered at the Hearing(s).

 

15] The INWA will actively participate in launch personnel functionality and equipment safety of county's nuclear weapons; these inspections will be done to ensure launch procedures and equipment meet a standard that will ensure to protect the people of Earth from "accidental launch and cancellation failure."

 

16] Countries signing this Treaty do agree to make this Treaty internationally enforceable by extending their country's legal power for subject matter, the violation of promise of performance, that a nation gives certain international governmental power to the INWA as an extension to that country's territory, the legislative, executive and judicial power to perform acts to enforce the rules and regulations of this contract, which will become a Treaty once the Treaty is signed: to rule in hearings on criminal charges, and their penalties, independently from or jointly with that country, when there are acts of nuclear aggression against their country in violation of the Treaty.

 

17] Each country signing of this nuclear weapons use control agreement, the Treaty, is an admission that all INWA Treaty members whom violate the rules and regulations of this Treaty are subject to penalties of some, most, or all commercial trade with other countries whom are INWA Treaty members, and the possibility of a Hearing Ordering the penalty of exemption for prescribed limited gamma nuclear radiation, which would not be considered an act of taking part in any nuclear war.

 

18] TREATY NON-MEMBERS: The signing of this nuclear weapons use control agreement, the Treaty, as a joint countries agreement, further is an agreement by all these countries on Earth that any violation to what this nuclear weapons control agreement states by any country that is a non-member, that country will be denied most or all benefits of economic trade with countries whom are members by the signing of this Treaty. Further, any non-member country who gives resistance to this Treaty or aid to a violator of this Treaty will be viewed as the same violator for that particular violation of the Treaty of the non-use and use agreed upon for nuclear weapons, numbered in the Rules and Regulations.

 

19] The INWA states that it will be diligent in its promise to enforce the rules and regulations set forth in the Treaty.

 

20] OFFER: As stated in 19]: An offer is a promise that is, by its terms, conditional upon an act, forbearance, or return promise being given in exchange for the promise or its performance. It is a demonstration of willingness that the party assent to the bargain is invited and will conclude it. This offer consists of a statement of present intent to enter a contract: a definite proposal that is certain in its terms; and communication of the offer to the identified, prospective offeree. If any of these elements are missing, there is no offer to form the basis of a contract.

 

 

21] ENFORCEABLE RULES AND REGULATIONS: Countries signing this contract do agree with the INWA, and each other, to make a contract that is internationally enforceable by an extension of their countries legal power to enforce these Rules and Regulations by Hearings of violators of "a promise of performance," i.e., that a nation gives international governmental power to the INWA outside of its territory to share legislative, executive, and judicial power to perform acts to enforce the Rules and Regulations on criminal and civil charges, to share in or rule independently, in making charges, hold hearings, and determine the penalties for violators.

 

 

These (above) INWA Rules and Regulations are submitted for your country's review. PLEASE PRINT OUT.

 

PLEASE ATTACH YOUR DOCUMENTS:

 

Attach the documents of your country's amendments concerning the certain rule(s) that do not meet your approval, and when the Rules and Regulations now meet your approval by those attached amendment documents, please sign and date below and mail original document with original signature to:


INWA

2020 Pennsylvania Avenue

Suite 911

Washington, D.C USA. 20006


Please do not forget to sign and date your accompanying amendment(s).

 

Sign (below) that your country has read and understood all of the points in this document. (Please do not forget to attach your amendment changes to any of the points to include a request to remove any point(s) from the rules and regulations.

 

 

Signed,

 

 

 

Sign Name:____________________________________

Print name:

Title of Ruler, Office, Government, Address, Telephone, Facsimile, please provide below:


Ruler's NAME:


Office NAME:


Office ADDRESS:


Office TELEPHONE NUMBER:


Office FACSIMILE NUMBER:

 

 

 

 

 

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       STEP 2

 

After your country has received from the INWA a copy of the "Preliminary Negotiations," and your country has returned this to the INWA with your amendments for consideration, your country will receive the updated Rules and Regulations under the new title "Possible Elements for a Future International Legal Agreement on the Prevention of Deployment of Nuclear Weapons on Earth, the Threat or Use of Force Against Other Countries."

 

By now your country is in full agreement with this document. Please sign and return this document to the INWA.

 

 

     STEP 3

 

When "STEP 2" has been completed, the INWA will send your country the Rules and Regulations, and ask your country to review the Rules and Regulations again. These set of Rules and Regulations will be under the document title, Treaty.

 

Upon terms agreed, a Treaty will need to be signed by each country to be a Party to the Treaty.

 

Below is a possible Agreement and Name for a Treaty from the INWA, lacking any amendments you would provide from your country for consideration: (YOU CAN PRINT OUT THE TREATY.

 

If you want to sign the Treaty as it is presented (below), your country has the same right to request amendment changes to be made to the Treaty after it has been signed and in the possession of the INWA, and those requests will be reviewed by the INWA with the same consideration; it is especially important to know this in the event of an "Emergency Treaty,"  SEE: XII, "ENTRY INTO FORCE OF THE TREATY."


It is recommended by the INWA, when a Treaty for an immediate signature is needed to be signed in an emergency (below), this Treaty is titled "Basic Treaty," and it  can be signed immediately as it contains ONLY a summary of the "CORE PRINCIPLES," as just mentioned, in the Basic Treaty under "III. Basic Obligations," which contains four statements which summarize the "CORE PRINCIPLES;" at a later date your country can submit a request for amendments to be considered by the INWA to add and change the Basic Treaty.

 If there is no emergency and your country is not signing an emergency/basic treaty, then do not use the "Basic Treaty." In a non-emergency, your country could use the needed time to review the full treaty called "Treaty," submit your amendments, sign and mail the "Treaty" to the INWA for their review. Otherwise, if your country wants to become a member of the INWA a "Basic Treaty" may be signed, however other member countries would be unable to, in that event, offer the same full protection of all of the rules and regulations under the full "Treaty" internationally accepted at that time.

 

Use the "Treaty," or the "Basic Treaty," as shown below for signing and returning to the INWA for review and acceptance for your country's membership, with the annual membership fee. To ask the amount of the annual membership fee for your country, to be submitted at the same time as the Treaty or Basic Treaty, please contact the INWA.

 

All contracts, and Treaties must be mailed to:


INWA

2020 Pennsylvania Avenue

Suite 911

Washington, D.C. USA  20006



"Basic Treaty/Emergency Treaty," and "Treaty" (Full Treaty), PRINT these two contracts (Below), or, for your convenience, these treaties can be printed by going to the buttons EMERGENCY TREATY and FULL TREATY:

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(INWA)  INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS ALLIANCE

 

 

 

BASIC TREATY / EMERGENCY TREATY

 

INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT ON THE PREVENTION OF THE DEPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS AGAINST ANOTHER COUNTRY

 

 

   I.     Possible name of Such Agreement

 

       Treaty on the Prevention of the Deployment of Nuclear Weapons, the Threat or Use of Force of greater than a 1-Megaton Nuclear Bomb against Another Country.

 


     II.     Preamble

 

       The manufacturing of 5-Megaton to 100-Megaton nuclear weapons to be used for a bombardment on a country plays an ever increasing role in the possibility of destroying mankind.

 

       There exists the potential danger of an armed confrontation with the intent of saturating the geography of a country with exploding nuclear bombs so that no area of 25 square miles is directly unaffected.

       

       The prevention of deployment of multiple nuclear weapons in an attack against another country, and the downsizing to a single 200-Kiloton nuclear weapon for a country to make a first strike, and the requirement that no country can may continue the nuclear attack if the country attacked does not respond with the return of a 200-Kiloton nuclear weapon, could reduce the threat of a nuclear war to a single 200-Kiloton nuclear bomb detonated, thereby furthering mankind's existence.

 

       This agreement on nuclear arms control includes rules and regulations relevant to a more positive role in the peaceful use of nuclear weapons in the event of a nuclear war on Earth.

 

       For the benefit of mankind, Earth shall be used for peaceful purposes, and it shall be never allowed to become a planetary military confrontation of nuclear warfare.

 

       It is impossible to prevent the worldwide dispersal of a nuclear weapon's gamma radiation from the nuclear attack against one country. We can agree to a Treaty used to almost eliminate that threat or use of force and ensure the security of Earth where we all live. We can accomplish this by reducing, through the use of a Treaty, that states only one 200 kiloton nuclear bomb can be used for a preemptive or first attack against another country.

 

       It is essential that we maintain world peace on Earth as much as possible.

 

 

     III.       Basic Obligations

 

     Not to launch a nuclear weapon against another country greater in size than a 200-Kiloton nuclear weapon.

  

     Not to launch more than one nuclear weapon against another country, unless that other country returns launch of a single 200-Kiloton nuclear weapon.

 

     Not to encourage other countries, states of your country, or international organizations to participate by joining in on an attack of a country, thereby maintaining the regulation of a one nuclear weapon attack.

 

     In order to prevent the use of a single 200-Kiloton nuclear bomb against another country, if the attacked country does not wish to participate by exchanging the return fire of one of their 200-Kiloton nuclear weapons, the country that made the first strike is in grave danger from the country attacked and the INWA from a Hearing possibly resulting in being cutoff from international economic trade and the possible nuclear retaliation not deemed part of any war, from the courts, which hold such international powers through the INWA International Nuclear Weapons Alliance.

 


     IV.       National Measures for the Implementation of the Treaty  

     

     Each country to the Treaty shall, in accordance with its constitutional process, take any measures necessary to prevent or prohibit any activity contrary to this Treaty on its territory, or in any other place under its jurisdiction or control.

 

 

       V.       The Use on Earth for Peaceful and Other Military Purposes

   

     This Treaty shall not be construed as impeding the research and use for peaceful purposes or other military uses not prohibited by this Treaty.

     Each country Party to the Treaty shall carry out activities in the world with the general principles of INWA Law of the Rules and Regulations, and shall not violate the sovereignty and security of other countries outside these Laws.

 

 

   VI.       Confidence Building Measures

 

     To enhance mutual trust, each Party Country to the Treaty, shall declare the scope of their launch sites and locations, the property and parameters of objects intended to be launched against other countries for nuclear war, and notification to the INWA of the launching activities, and to give the INWA adequate time to inform all countries of the future launch.

 


     VII.       Settlement of Disputes

 

     In the event that a nuclear conflict occurs between Parties to This Treaty that is in violation to this Treaty, all Parties to this Treaty shall conduct consultations with each other and cooperate with the suspected Country Party to this Treaty, as they shall have a right to request clarification from the suspected Party, whereas the suspected Country Party to this Treaty shall undertake to provide requested clarifications.

     The INWA  reserves the right to make an official international statement following their own findings. In addition, the INWA may be given or share in any governments prosecution of violators at the request of a government or the INWA, or both.

 

     If consultations or clarifications do not settle a dispute that a Rule to the Treaty has been violated, the matter shall be referred to the international executive organization INWA for consideration together with relative arguments from Parties to the Treaty, for an international statement by the INWA and possible international prosecution.

 

     Each Party to this Treaty shall undertake to cooperate in the settlement of the suspicion that has aroused by the international executive organization INWA of the Treaty.

 

 

     VIII.       The Executive Organization of the Treaty

 

     To promote the objectives and implementation of the Rules and Regulations of this Treaty, the Country Parties to the Treaty shall hereby establish the executive organization of the Treaty, which shall:

     (a) establish the INWA as an international organization with executive privileges under Party Countries Laws for the INWA to hold hearings of a violator and pass judgment;

      (b) the INWA shall receive for consideration inquiries by any Country Party to the Treaty or a group of Countries Parties to the Treaty related to the suspicion, which has aroused by the violation of this Treaty by any Country Party to the Treaty;

 

     (c) the INWA shall consider matters concerning the compliance with the obligations taken by the Parties to the Treaty;

 

     (d) the INWA shall organize and conduct consultations with the Country Parties to the Treaty with the view to settling down the suspicion, that has aroused against any Country Party to the Treaty concerning its violation of this Treaty;

 

     (e) the INWA shall take necessary measures to end violation of this Treaty by any Country Party to the Treaty.

 


     IX.       Amendments to the Treaty

 

    Any Country Party to this Treaty may propose amendments to the Treaty. The text of any proposed amendment to this Treaty shall be submitted to the INWA who shall promptly circulate it to all of the Country Parties of the Treaty. Upon the request of at least one third of the Country Parties to the Treaty, the INWA shall convene to which all the Country Parties shall be invited to consider the proposed amendment.

 

     Any amendment to this Treaty must be approved by a majority of the votes of all the Country Parties to the Treaty.

 


     X.       Duration of the Treaty and Withdrawal from the Treaty

 

    The Treaty shall be unlimited duration.

 

     Each Country Party to the Treaty shall, in exercising its Country's sovereignty, have the right to withdraw from this Treaty if it decides that extraordinary events, related to the subject matter of this Treaty, have jeopardized its supreme interests. It shall give notice to the INWA of the decision adopted six months in advance of the withdrawal from the Treaty, unless the INWA waives this requirement in the interest of Peace in the World. Such a notification shall include a statement of the extraordinary events, which the notifying Country Party to the Treaty regards as having jeopardized its supreme interests.

 


     XI.       Signature and Ratification of the Treaty

 

     The Treaty shall be open for signature by all Countries of Earth at the INWA  Headquarters in Redwood City, California USA. Any Country, which does not sign this Treaty before its entry into force, may accede to it at any time.

     The Treaty shall be subject to ratification by signatory Countries in accordance with their constitutional process. Instruments of ratification or accession shall be delivered to the INWA Headquarters.

     This Treaty shall be registered by the Depository Governments with the INWA Headquarters.

 


     XII.       Entry into Force of the Treaty

 

     For Countries whose instruments of ratification or accession are deposited with the INWA after the entry into force of this Treaty, it shall enter into force on the date of the deposit of their instruments of ratification or accession, and payment to the INWA for the first annual membership fee.

 

     In any Emergency, any country can elect to agree to the "existing" Treaty, or the INWA proposed Treaty, with a membership fee.

 

     In the event of an Emergency Treaty, the INWA reserves the right to decide the matter of acknowledgement for the receipt of payment of annual membership fee prior to the INWA receiving the signed Treaty from a country, in place of the Treaty "currently proposed by the INWA," or "existing as a Treaty with other countries," that receipt of that money, if received by the INWA prior to receipt of the signed Treaty, the INWA may acknowledge a country to a Treaty.

 

     If a country wants to deposit money with the INWA, please contact Doctor Peter A. Levin, the Director of the INWA by direct telephone: 650.771.1319, 24 hours a day.

   


     XIII.       Authentic texts of the Treaty

 

      This Treaty, of which the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish texts are equally authentic, shall be deposited into the archives of the Depository Governments, who shall send duly certified copies thereof to all the signatory and acceding Countries.

 

       The INWA shall post on their INWA website a notice of deposited Treaty for the benefit of all non-Treaty member countries.

 

 

 

Signed,

 

 

 

 

Signature Name: _________________________________

Print Name:

Title, Office, Government, Address, Telephone, Facsimile, provide below:







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(INWA)  INTERNATIONAL NUCLEAR WEAPONS ALLIANCE

 

 

 

TREATY

 

INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENT ON THE PREVENTION OF THE DEPLOYMENT OF NUCLEAR WEAPONS AGAINST ANOTHER COUNTRY

 


     I.     Possible name of Such Agreement

 

       Treaty on the Prevention of the Deployment of Nuclear Weapons, the Threat or Use of Force of greater than a 1-Megaton Nuclear Bomb against Another Country.

 


     II.     Preamble

 

       The manufacturing of 5-Megaton to 100-Megaton nuclear weapons to be used for a bombardment on a country plays an ever increasing role in the possibility of destroying mankind.

 

       There exists the potential danger of an armed confrontation with the intent of saturating the geography of a country with exploding nuclear bombs so that no area of 25 square miles is directly unaffected.

       

       The prevention of deployment of multiple nuclear weapons in an attack against another country, and the downsizing to a single 200-Kiloton nuclear weapon for a country to make a first strike, and the requirement that no country can may continue the nuclear attack if the country attacked does not respond with the return of a 200-Kiloton nuclear weapon, could reduce the threat of a nuclear war to a single 200-Kiloton nuclear bomb detonated, thereby furthering mankind's existence.

 

       This agreement on nuclear arms control includes rules and regulations relevant to a more positive role in the peaceful use of nuclear weapons in the event of a nuclear war on Earth.

 

       For the benefit of mankind, Earth shall be used for peaceful purposes, and it shall be never allowed to become a planetary military confrontation of nuclear warfare.

 

       It is impossible to prevent the worldwide dispersal of a nuclear weapon's gamma radiation from the nuclear attack against one country. We can agree to a Treaty used to almost eliminate that threat or use of force and ensure the security of Earth where we all live. We can accomplish this by reducing, through the use of a Treaty, that states only one 200 kiloton nuclear bomb can be used for a preemptive or first attack against another country.


       It is essential that we maintain world peace on Earth as much as possible.

 


     III.       Basic Obligations

 

1] Stop the use of larger than 1-Megaton nuclear weapons for war on Earth between countries.

 

2] All nuclear weapons in the range of a size 12.5 kiloton to 200 kiloton are permitted to be used for a first strike for war against another country.

 

3] All nuclear weapons of a size greater than 200 kiloton up to including 1-Megaton are banned from the use for war one country against another, thereby reducing the possibility of use of a nuclear bomb greater in size than a 200 kiloton nuclear bomb for war one country against another.

 

4] Stop the use of multiple nuclear weapons being launched in any single launch attack by one country against another.

 

5] If a country attacks another country with one nuclear weapon, that country must stop the nuclear aggression toward the country it has attacked. If the country attacked does not respond with returning a single nuclear weapon, the country that attacked may not launch a second nuclear weapon, following the initial nuclear weapon attack.

 

6] If a country attacks another country, the internationally agreed maximum size nuclear weapon permitted is 200 kiloton. This agreement in Treaty is signed by countries and the INWA whom have agreed in this matter in signing a Treaty.

 

7] The use of a 1-Megaton nuclear weapon for war against another country in "RAGE" is illegal under the INWA internationally accepted Rules and Regulations, and no larger nuclear weapon than 1-Megaton can be used in "RAGE" against another country and will not be tolerated. There are unlimited international consequences from the INWA and the countries which are it's members for the use of a nuclear weapon larger than 1-Megaton against another country.

 

8] The use of such a large size of a 1-Megaton nuclear weapon against another country is forbidden. Some of the penalties for such action are: highly restricted commercial trade, full restrictions to commercial trade, or possibly a Hearing permitting a nuclear response which will be considered not part of any nuclear war waged, but rather a penalty.

 

9] Certain very harsh penalties for using a 200 kiloton nuclear weapon will be imposed upon any attacking country whom has launched a nuclear weapon against another country when that country does not wish to participate by returning a nuclear weapon against the attacking country.

 

10] Above 200 kiloton up to1-Megaton size nuclear bombs are placed in a category by themselves, reserved for an attack of "RAGE;" not permitted to be used under the internationally agreed Treaty, and are against the INWA and its member country's Rules and Regulations; Penalties  imposed by the INWA and the non-responding attacked country, and the Treaty's other member countries, for the non-responding country desiring not to have been attacked could be severe.

 

11] All nuclear weapons in existence or being constructed on Earth of a size greater than 1-Megaton will be placed into a global planetary defense system solely for the use of in the event of an attack on Earth from space.

 

12] These rules and regulations prescribe and restrict the terms of use and non-use of nuclear weapons where the general world population is at risk of being affected by nuclear gamma radiation dispersal; the terms of the insurance portion of this contract, Rule (12): protect a common carrier to safeguard the public when a nuclear weapon accidental launch, or launch in violation of the rules and regulations of the INWA Treaty officially places charges for international rules and regulations violation(s), stating what financial resources a country is responsible for to be made available by the responsible country in that event.

 

13] The insurance to mankind on Earth in these rules and regulations of the Treaty is to protect mankind's habitat of the planet Earth from undue nuclear gamma radiation harm.

 

 14] The insurance to the people of Earth in the event these INWA Rules and Regulations are violated is to oversee Hearing Rulings by the INWA and the country attacked, for payment of fines with financial resources of a country, in their use for public and government assistance for damage done, as so Ordered at the Hearing(s).

 

15] The INWA will actively participate in launch personnel functionality and equipment safety of county's nuclear weapons; these inspections will be done to ensure launch procedures and equipment meet a standard that will ensure to protect the people of Earth from "accidental launch and cancellation failure."

 

16] Countries signing this Treaty do agree to make this Treaty internationally enforceable by extending their country's legal power for subject matter, the violation of promise of performance, that a nation gives certain international governmental power to the INWA as an extension to that country's territory, the legislative, executive and judicial power to perform acts to enforce the rules and regulations of this contract, which will become a Treaty once the Treaty is signed: to rule in hearings on criminal charges, and their penalties, independently from or jointly with that country, when there are acts of nuclear aggression against their country in violation of the Treaty.

 

17] Each country signing of this nuclear weapons use control agreement, the Treaty, is an admission that all INWA Treaty members whom violate the rules and regulations of this Treaty are subject to penalties of some, most, or all commercial trade with other countries whom are INWA Treaty members, and the possibility of a Hearing Ordering the penalty of exemption for prescribed limited gamma nuclear radiation, which would not be considered an act of taking part in any nuclear war.

 

18] TREATY NON-MEMBERS: The signing of this nuclear weapons use control agreement, the Treaty, as a joint countries agreement, further is an agreement by all these countries on Earth that any violation to what this nuclear weapons control agreement states by any country that is a non-member, that country will be denied most or all benefits of economic trade with countries whom are members by the signing of this Treaty. Further, any non-member country who gives resistance to this Treaty or aid to a violator of this Treaty will be viewed as the same violator for that particular violation of the Treaty of the non-use and use agreed upon for nuclear weapons, numbered in the Rules and Regulations.

 

19] The INWA states that it will be diligent in its promise to enforce the rules and regulations set forth in the Treaty.

 

20] OFFER: As stated in 19]: An offer is a promise that is, by its terms, conditional upon an act, forbearance, or return promise being given in exchange for the promise or its performance. It is a demonstration of willingness that the party assent to the bargain is invited and will conclude it. This offer consists of a statement of present intent to enter a contract: a definite proposal that is certain in its terms; and communication of the offer to the identified, prospective offeree. If any of these elements are missing, there is no offer to form the basis of a contract.

 

21] ENFORCEABLE RULES AND REGULATIONS: Countries signing this contract do agree with the INWA, and each other, to make a contract that is internationally enforceable by an extension of their countries legal power to enforce these Rules and Regulations by Hearings of violators of "a promise of performance," i.e., that a nation gives international governmental power to the INWA outside of its territory to share legislative, executive, and judicial power to perform acts to enforce the Rules and Regulations on criminal and civil charges, to share in or rule independently, in making charges, hold hearings, and determine the penalties for violators.

 


     IV.       National Measures for the Implementation of the Treaty  

     

     Each country to the Treaty shall, in accordance with its constitutional process, take any measures necessary to prevent or prohibit any activity contrary to this Treaty on its territory, or in any other place under its jurisdiction or control.



      V.       The Use on Earth for Peaceful and Other Military Purposes

             

     This Treaty shall not be construed as impeding the research and use for peaceful purposes or other military uses not prohibited by this Treaty.

     Each country Party to the Treaty shall carry out activities in the world with the general principles of INWA Law of the Rules and Regulations, and shall not violate the sovereignty and security of other countries outside these Laws.

 


     VI.       Confidence Building Measures

   

     To enhance mutual trust, each Party Country to the Treaty, shall declare the scope of their launch sites and locations, the property and parameters of objects intended to be launched against other countries for nuclear war, and notification to the INWA of the launching activities, and to give the INWA adequate time to inform all countries of the future launch.

 


     VII.       Settlement of Disputes

 

     In the event that a nuclear conflict occurs between Parties to This Treaty that is in violation to this Treaty, all Parties to this Treaty shall conduct consultations with each other and cooperate with the suspected Country Party to this Treaty, as they shall have a right to request clarification from the suspected Party, whereas the suspected Country Party to this Treaty shall undertake to provide requested clarifications.

     The INWA  reserves the right to make an official international statement following their own findings. In addition, the INWA may be given or share in any governments prosecution of violators at the request of a government or the INWA, or both.

 

     If consultations or clarifications do not settle a dispute that a Rule to the Treaty has been violated, the matter shall be referred to the international executive organization INWA for consideration together with relative arguments from Parties to the Treaty, for an international statement by the INWA and possible international prosecution.

 

     Each Party to this Treaty shall undertake to cooperate in the settlement of the suspicion that has aroused by the international executive organization INWA of the Treaty.

 

 

     VIII.       The Executive Organization of the Treaty

 

     To promote the objectives and implementation of the Rules and Regulations of this Treaty, the Country Parties to the Treaty shall hereby establish the executive organization of the Treaty, which shall:

     (a) establish the INWA as an international organization with executive privileges under Party Countries Laws for the INWA to hold hearings of a violator and pass judgment;

      (b) the INWA shall receive for consideration inquiries by any Country Party to the Treaty or a group of Countries Parties to the Treaty related to the suspicion, which has aroused by the violation of this Treaty by any Country Party to the Treaty;

 

     (c) the INWA shall consider matters concerning the compliance with the obligations taken by the Parties to the Treaty;

 

     (d) the INWA shall organize and conduct consultations with the Country Parties to the Treaty with the view to settling down the suspicion, that has aroused against any Country Party to the Treaty concerning its violation of this Treaty;

 

     (e) the INWA shall take necessary measures to end violation of this Treaty by any Country Party to the Treaty.

 


     IX.       Amendments to the Treaty

 

    Any Country Party to this Treaty may propose amendments to the Treaty. The text of any proposed amendment to this Treaty shall be submitted to the INWA who shall promptly circulate it to all of the Country Parties of the Treaty. Upon the request of at least one third of the Country Parties to the Treaty, the INWA shall convene to which all the Country Parties shall be invited to consider the proposed amendment.

 

     Any amendment to this Treaty must be approved by a majority of the votes of all the Country Parties to the Treaty.

 


     X.       Duration of the Treaty and Withdrawal from the Treaty

 

    The Treaty shall be unlimited duration.

 

     Each Country Party to the Treaty shall, in exercising its Country's sovereignty, have the right to withdraw from this Treaty if it decides that extraordinary events, related to the subject matter of this Treaty, have jeopardized its supreme interests. It shall give notice to the INWA of the decision adopted six months in advance of the withdrawal from the Treaty, unless the INWA waives this requirement in the interest of Peace in the World. Such a notification shall include a statement of the extraordinary events, which the notifying Country Party to the Treaty regards as having jeopardized its supreme interests.

 


     XI.       Signature and Ratification of the Treaty

 

     The Treaty shall be open for signature by all Countries of Earth at the INWA  Headquarters in Redwood City, California USA. Any Country, which does not sign this Treaty before its entry into force, may accede to it at any time.

     The Treaty shall be subject to ratification by signatory Countries in accordance with their constitutional process. Instruments of ratification or accession shall be delivered to the INWA Headquarters.

     This Treaty shall be registered by the Depository Governments with the INWA Headquarters.

 


     XII.       Entry into Force of the Treaty

 

     For Countries whose instruments of ratification or accession are deposited with the INWA after the entry into force of this Treaty, it shall enter into force on the date of the deposit of their instruments of ratification or accession, and payment to the INWA for the first annual membership fee.

 

     In any Emergency, any country can elect to agree to the "existing" Treaty, or the INWA proposed Treaty, with a membership fee.

 

     In the event of an Emergency Treaty, the INWA reserves the right to decide the matter of acknowledgement for the receipt of payment of annual membership fee prior to the INWA receiving the signed Treaty from a country, in place of the Treaty "currently proposed by the INWA," or "existing as a Treaty with other countries," that receipt of that money, if received by the INWA prior to receipt of the signed Treaty, the INWA may acknowledge a country to a Treaty.

 

     If a country wants to deposit money with the INWA, please contact Doctor Peter A. Levin, the Director of the INWA by direct telephone: 650.771.1319, 24 hours a day.

   


     XIII.       Authentic texts of the Treaty

 

      This Treaty, of which the Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish texts are equally authentic, shall be deposited into the archives of the Depository Governments, who shall send duly certified copies thereof to all the signatory and acceding Countries.

 

       The INWA shall post on their INWA website a notice of deposited Treaty for the benefit of all non-Treaty member countries.

 

 

 

Signed,

 

 

 

 

Signature Name: _________________________________

Print Name:

Title, Office, Government, Address, Telephone, Facsimile, provide below:

 

 

 

 

 

 

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