i-PRESENT: Legislation System


I-PRESENT: Legislation System

iPresent will serve as the central database of Constitutional Rights, community agreements, and social, civic, and private contracts for all parties. iPresent will also be the recorder of votes for Legislative Enactments and Supreme Court rulings by the people, and the source of reference for all Action Orders legalized by enactment for the payment of Willits or Equity.



I-Present’s legislative system enables individuals and groups to propose Enactments (bills of law) for the production of goods and services for their local, county, state, country, region, and global voting districts.


All people will be able to determine what legislation will be considered, and if the legislation will be passed to the public for vote (based upon achievement of the required support signatures by the public).

iPresent is a completely transparent and interactive system that will enable the people to propose agreements and regulations without cost or need of lobby expense. It will enable the people to be well informed about any proposed legislation that may affect their lives.

Legislation Process
Once an enactment receives the required percentage of sponsor signatures (eight percent of the people within the voting district the enactment will affect), the enactment is submitted for review to determine how the enactment may affect the people, and its impact on resource levels and the environment. Prior to the enactment being activated for public vote it will be subject to review by applicable Legislation Effects Boards and Committees:

Legislative A/Effects Boards Committees and Commissions:

DIR      District Impact Review Committees
Determines impacts upon external districts to gauge if the enactment should be reclassified for boarder district sponsorship requirements.

ERA      The Boards of Enactment Review Assignment
Assigns independent reviewers to assess which boards and committees are required to assess the enactments effects.

EDB     Enactment District Review Board
Ensures proper assignment of effected districts.

RIC       Rights Impact Committee
Determines if an enactment will infringe upon rights, and determines potential effects and human rights violations.

EIC       Environmental Impact Committee

PCR      Production Capacity & Resource Requirements
             Review Committee
Assesses the impact of an enactment on resources and the labor force.

UPLU   Regional Commissions of Urban Planning & Land Use

CDM    Construction Design & Maintenance Review Committee

SDC      Supply & Demand Review Committee

PSRB    Public Security Review Board

WSRC  Willit Stability Review Commission

SRRB    Sovereign Rights Review Board

If an Enactment receives the required support signatures, it must be placed on the ballot for public vote. However, the District Impact Review Committees may determine if the enactment requires additional support signatures due to district effects. Boards and Committees will have 180 days to report their research and findings, and may be granted an extension of additional time.

Independent researchers and analyst groups issue enactment committee reports, and any citizen may have their unofficial report or evidence attached to the enactment’s list of Report Findings and Evidence.

I-Present: Production Enactment Process

  • Producers submit audio, video, or a formal written request: Business Plans or RRA (Request for Allocation) to the people for resource allocation for a good or service.
  • Once the Enactment has gathered the required support signatures (eight percent of voting population), the Production or Allocation Proposal is sent for board or committee review.
  • Enactment Reviewers have 180 days to review and issue a report on an enactment prior to it being placed on the ballot for the public vote.
  • The Enactment Board and Committee Review Findings; as well as citizen comments, videos, and interactive real time forums are made available at one location within iPresent's Enactment Awareness Communication Portal, shown in Figure 11 page 95.
  • All voters (within the enactment's applicable voting district) will be notified of an enactment's status, and that the enactment is available for review and commentary by the people.
  • Once the 60-day Awareness Requirement is met, the enactment is placed on the next General Ballot for vote.
  • The people either vote to enable the enactment, or the enactment is archived. After 12 years the proposal is purged from the system.
  • Once enabled, the enactment proceeds to the Board of Resource Allocation.
  • The Resource Allocation Board works with enactment producers, unions, guilds, and education and training departments to confirm and detail all the resources, man power, job titles, and position hierarchies required to ensure the enactment is fulfilled.
  • If significant variances from the initial proposal are detected, the Resource Allocation Board may request a redetermination by the people.
  • Enactment Holds and Redetermination are to be requested if resource requirements exceed the range approved by the people. For example, if the enactment exceeds more than 40 percent of the resources requested; or, if resource allocation would undermine the ability to produce higher priority level goods, the Resource Allocation Board would place a hold on the enactment and submit a redetermination enactment to the people.
  • Global, national, and local labor unions review and confirm positions' hierarchies for compensation and work hardship levels. Should certified union or guild members (certified members actively working in the trade, who are not designated as apprentices), desire alteration to compensation levels, (based on the Willit Monetary System's standardized levels), they would submit a compensation adjustment enactment, and obtain support signatures from the Global Membership body.

    The Global Membership Bodies’ rates of compensation levels cannot be undermined by corporations, production units, union administrators, nor the people. The rates of compensation determined by all certified members will be the rates of compensation paid by the Global Compensation and Transaction Administration to all union and guild members. Thus, each member of a labor guild will have an active voice and vote in determining the compensation paid to them for their labor, without exception.


Enactment Process Summary

The people enact legislation for the creation of goods or services; use of the System Core will allow for the quick validation of votes and determination of available resources. Global labor unions, trade guilds, and the people pre-determine if the work performed will be either Willit compensation, or Earned Equity. Money is created when work is performed, has true value, and is literally backed by the Will expensed by the people.


Figure 11



Contracts and Legal Agreements

All contracts and private agreements are to be entered into the Contracts and Legal Agreement databases if they are to be recognized as legally binding.

Voting & Vote Transparency

To prevent voting fraud and corruption of the legislative process, all votes must be transparent and verifiable by the people. Because the vote of each individual will determine law, it is vital that every man and woman have the right to vote their conscience.

Therefore, Constitutional Rights (permanent laws) will be enacted to protect the individual and will be established to ensure no man, nor woman, is subject to abuse; nor the loss of employment, nor opportunities, because of their voting behavior.

To ensure every man and woman is free to vote their conscience, vote fraud, bribery, and coercion will be exilable offenses (details provided in the iEffect section).

Political Parties 

Enactments will have no political party designation, nor will enactments be queried by political party affiliation. This is to ensure that all legislation is considered based on the merit of the proposal.

All Enactments are stand-alone legislation. Once submitted additional legislation cannot be added to an enactment. 

Opposition to an enactment will be permitted and is encouraged to balance perspective. Opposition can be submitted by individuals and groups, and will require sworn testimony regarding the evidence submitted.

Natural Law verses man’s law  

We must have an accurate foundation for our laws if we are to construct a world that is not continuously at war, in pain, or in conflict. 

Nature’s laws set the heavens, hold the world in place, and establish the boundaries of life.  They are the foundation of all existence.  Its laws do not roll dice nor alter course. They are constant. Their existence is reflected by seasons and stars; the rise of the sun in the east, its settlement in the west, and the tides that rise and fall to their will. Nature dictates that all creatures are birthed - be they man, beast, or seed from within – and that all creatures, regardless of shape, size, or frame, sense their surroundings.

Nature’s laws are fixed, and they exact indiscriminate effects regardless of one’s ethnicity, race, gender, class, position, or religion. They do not sway with the whims and desires of politics and parties, nor with the agenda of greed, dominance, and imperialism. 

Man’s laws are arbitrary, changeable, and prone to error. They fluctuate as rapidly as the weather.  The laws that govern our social and economic systems are structured based on the prominent belief systems of the dominant social party. 

The laws we enact must not inflict greater harm than that which they were conceived to remedy.  We have standards for technology and various processes and systems to ensure they function correctly. We must have standards for our laws. Those laws must be based in truth. If our laws are compliant with nature’s law, positive effects will result, and our social and economic systems will function correctly. There will be peace, humans will prosper, unity will be commonplace, and our potential will be realized – thus, all laws within the System Core, should be based on a globally recognized Constitution that is enacted and confirmed by the people.



A constitution is a written declaration of “perceived” rights, a consensus regarding actions, and its authority is backed by force. Without force, the power/will/action of men, constitutions and laws are benign documents – meaningless unless people believe in those rights, and hold people accountable.  

Laws, constitutions, and regulations are man’s standards of how we are to engage, and, thus far, have been determined, written, and signed into law only by the elite. 

For example, the people of the United States have placed their faith in a Constitution they believe protects their rights and freedoms. 

The declaration, which decreed Americans’ rights to fight for freedom was signed by 56 men.
Of the 56 men that signed the Declaration of Independence, 85 percent of them did not sign the Constitution of the United States, as detailed in the following tables (see book, pages 97-100)

The United States’ Constitution was adopted on September 17, 1787.  The preamble states:

We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

The 40 men who signed the Constitution did not seek the freedom of the American people. This is obvious when one views the first Article.

All legislative Power herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives. 

Over four years elapsed before the elites acknowledged the rights of the people. The first ten amendments, the “Bill of Rights,” was not confirmed until December 15, 1791.

The United States’ Constitution was not intended to secure the rights of the people, but to entrench a new regime of kings and lords covertly rebranded and renamed President, Senate, and the House of Representative – who are allotted similar rights, privileges, and powers as kings and lords. Hence, the atrocities and amendments that followed and continue today.   

The U.S. Constitution is referenced not to belittle it, but to examine the motivations of men, to gain insight into past attempts to secure rights, to resonate a beacon of the wrong path, and to definitively state that the rights of the people are not secured by an imperfect and amendable Constitution.

One cannot construct an adequate Constitution intended to uphold justice and liberty, without first delineating the rights of the people. If the people’s rights are not used to define or to construct law  justice, and liberty can never be achieved. Therefore, there must be a Constitution which derives its ethos from the ideology of Global Human Rights, which has as its primary goal, constructive outcomes for all people. The effect of any law created by man must ensure life, liberty, knowledge, justice, and freedom. If a law violates our inalienable rights, the people have the divine right to, and must, amend it – regardless of tradition – right, constructive effects, must hold sway. No other path leads to freedom. No other path can help to perfect mankind. 

With this ethos in mind, a Constitution of Human Rights must be forged that can burn in the hearts and minds of the people.

Laws must be applicable for all people, regardless of class, race, nationality, religion, or position. Any penalty or fine imposed will be applicable for all people who have reached the age of maturity, and to the same degree without prejudice and without regard of class, race, nationality, religion, or position – and without exception.

The people of every nation are endowed by creation with inalienable rights that shall not be transgressed, those rights being the right of life, liberty, knowledge, education, nourishment, and an equitable vote to enact or to abolish any laws of their nation.  

Suggested Articles

The following list is an example of what could be included in the Constitution of Human Rights. The actual wording, defined intent, and its effects will reveal the true nature and substance of the people.  

  • We the people of a divine creator have the right to liberty.
    Our actions shall not be infringed so long as our actions do not physically or mentally damage another, and our actions pose no short or long-term danger to society and its ability to protect the lives of all people and the ecological systems required for our continued existence.   
  • We the people have the right to physical security. One’s body belongs to self and may not be physically abused, conscripted into service, nor may physical or mental pain be inflicted as a means of punishment or coercion; nor death inflicted upon us by any person or device.  
  • We the people have the right to defend our bodies and families, as well as our nation.  
  • We the people have the right to a vote which counts equally in all matters regarding the populous and resources of our nation. 
  • We the people have the right to free education in our national language and any agreed upon universal language, from basic studies to the university level. 
  • We the people have the right to real-time and historical data and information that is not manipulated by governing bodies. 
  • We the people have the right to clean and safe air and drinking water. 
  • We the people have the right to earn compensation at an equitable rate of payment, for a task or job, regardless of one’s gender, ethnicity, race, nationality, or religion. 
  • We the people have the right to justice without time constraints.  
  • We the people have the right to freedom, to be free from incarceration or imprisonment  or the threat of incarceration for violations that have not resulted in physical abuse or death.
  • We the people have the right to gather and commune with other individuals, so long as such gatherings do not pose ecological damage, unsanitary conditions, or threaten another’s ability to travel.  
  • We the people have the right to the freedom of speech, to speak our minds without fear of job loss, or the loss of home, property, or personal freedom or liberty. 
  • We the people have the right to religious belief and practice, so long as our practices do not violate the rights of others. 
  • We the people have the right to add to these rights as determined by the people, so long as those laws are not in conflict. 

The people, by majority vote, shall have the irrevocable right to amend any legislation that violates the Constitution of Human Rights, and to remove from office or position of power any person or group who violates the rights of the people. 

If the Constitution is applicable to all people, it will ensure any laws that violate our natural and constitutional rights, can be quickly acknowledged and overturned. Thereby, the balance and perfection of law can be achieved.