Citizenship

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The colour purple represents royalty purity and enlightenment
Every maveric citizen will be treated as royalty and we will all collectively
Strive for a pure life of enlightenment as the creator ordained for us

Maveric N.G.O Sovereign States Passport - Exterior

Maveric N.G.O Sovereign States Passport - Interior Smaple

Sovereign Pledge

  • I pledge allegiance to the flag and constitution of Maveric NGO Sovereign States and to the freedom for which it stands.
  • One nation united in its diversity, with quality of life for all.
  • I pledge allegiance to the earth and to all the life it generously supports.
  • One indivisible system of infinite interconnections and limited resources, with safety, justice peace and equal rights for all.

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My dharma (duty) is to work, so that I can give

My Dharma Image

Advance Fearlessly


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National Anthem

The Call of Maveric

Everybody sunshine
What a feeling
To sing for freedom
Around the world

Just like a vision there before me
Were the children of many lands
All diff'rent races were united
Reaching out and touching hands
Children laughing, children dancing, singing a song
They loved each other like sister
Brother and the whole world sang along

Everybody sunshine, everybody fun time
We've got the power, we've got the lord
Everybody hands up, what a feeling
To sing for freedom around the world

It's an illusion that I'm dreaming
Only wishing of what could be
But we can make it really happen
Share my vision, sing with me
Catch a rainbow, and let your love flow
Dream on and on
Let's love each other like sister
Brother make the whole world sing along

Everybody sunshine, everybody fun time
We've got the power, we've got the lord
Everybody hands up, what a feeling
To sing for freedom around the world

Everybody sunshine, everybody fun time
We've got the power, we've got the lord
Everybody hands up, what a feeling
To sing for freedom around the world

Catch a rainbow, and let your love flow
Dream on and on
Let's love each other like sister
Brother make the whole world sing along

Everybody sunshine, everybody fun time
We've got the power, we've got the lord
Everybody hands up, what a feeling
To sing for freedom around the world

Everybody sunshine, everybody fun time
We've got the power, we've got the lord
Everybody hands up, what a feeling
To sing for freedom around the world

Everybody sunshine, everybody fun time
We've got the power, we've got the lord
Everybody hands up, what a feeling
To sing for freedom around the world

Everybody sunshine, everybody fun time
We've got the power, we've got the lord
Everybody hands up, what a feeling
To sing for freedom around the world

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On The Duty of Man and Citizen
According to the Natural Law (1673) BOOK 2, CHAPTER 18
On the Duties of Citizens

SAMUEL VON PUFENDORF

  1. The duty of citizens is either general or particular. The former arises from the common obligation, by virtue of which they are subject to the civil authority.
    The latter arises from a particular choice and function, which has been laid upon individuals by the supreme authority.
  2. The general duty of citizens has regard to the rulers of the state, or to the entire state, or to their fellow-citizens.
  3. To the rulers of the state a citizen owes respect, loyalty and obedience. This implies that one acquiesce in the present regime, and have no thoughts of revolution, that one refrain from attaching himself to any other, or admiring and respecting him, that one have a good and honourable opinion of the rulers and their acts, and express himself accordingly.
  4. A good citizen’s duty towards the whole state is to have nothing dearer than its welfare and safety, to offer his life, property, and fortunes freely for its preservation, to exert all the strength of his mind and industry to add to its fame and promote its interests.
  5. As regards his fellow-citizens, it is the duty of the citizen to live friendly and peaceably with them, to show himself obliging and good-natured, and not to make trouble by peevishness or obstinacy, not to envy the advantages of the others, or to deprive them of the same.
  6. Particular duties either permeate the whole state, or they concern themselves with a part merely. In regard to all of these there is this general precept: a man should not seek or undertake any duty in the state, for which he knows that he is unfit.
  7. Those who by their counsel assist the rulers of states, should turn the eye of their mind to every part of it; whatever shall.

 

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