The Taiwan Model - A Charter for Permanent Peace Urgently Needed in Asia – A Declaration


  Clearly the world urgently needs a peace system: 2019/9/14 two major Saudi Arabian oil fields were attacked, and the global daily supply of oil was suddenly short of 5.7 million barrels, giving rise to the highest ever one-day hike in oil prices. In The National Interest said "5 Places World War III Could Start in 2018", and Taiwan ranked second among five of these potential war zones. Over the last few years, the Chinese military aircraft and warships have been constantly patrolling around Taiwan; more than 2,500 missiles are targeted at the island; troops are massed in nearby Fujian Province; spy satellites are deployed to monitor Taiwan 24/7; countless light armed groups are ready to deploy to Taiwan. In order to control information and spread the propaganda about China or the CCP, the Chinese government also bought media in Taiwan. The military, education and industrial sections as well as some 12,000 temples are being infiltrated with the Chinese spies and propaganda. If war broke out, Taiwan’s 50% share of the global market for electronic wafers and the country’s democratic system will be threatened. In the face of such constant threats and disturbances, peace is pertinent and must be permanent, otherwise it is no more than a temporary cease-fire

  Given that ultimately mankind has only two choices: peace and destruction. In the wake of constant nuclear weapons development, once war erupts, everything in the world will be turned into ashes. Therefore, it clearly indicates that peace is life, ultimate truth and the only way forward. To this end, the UN was established in 1945 to replace 1920’sthe League of Nationsin preventing the outbreak of war. However, there has been little improvement over the past ten decades, even with the absolute law of the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (§53) onethnic cleansingwar crimesandcrimes against humanity」: "Not using the veto is not possible." Therefore, we have integrated the philosophy, ideas and legal wisdom of "Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” (the whole world is one single family: India), and ”Global Unity” (China), with the West’s “One World, One Principality – the Human Family” to provide a peace system that nations can utilize both independently and permanently;

  Given that ultimately China also has only two choices:either to split into independent states, or peacefully evolve into a Chinese federation with 33 systems. History shows that all wars will eventually return to a domestic "institutional performance" battlefield, where systems will be valued as good or bad, and nations will either be defeated or victorious. When a nation fails, it proves that broad-based democracy (inclusive political institutions/inclusive institutions) is superior to oppressive autocracy(extractive political institution/extractive institution)In fact, dictatorship and democracy are inherently incompatible with each other. The ongoing protests in Hong Kong has clearly shown the ineffectiveness of China’s one country, two systems. Therefore, for the sake of permanent peace for mankind and to end the totalitarian government in China by promoting federalism, the best approach is to support Taiwan’s model of a permanent peace charter, as a common cause of mankind;

  Given that Taiwan always had only two paths: permanent democracy or permanent slavery:History has shown that "non-violent civil disobedience" movements by the people against the nation are the most effective and practicable method for ending an authoritarian dictatorship. Taiwan is the only political entity that is shaped by geography, history, language and culture that allows more than 10 million people, each year to cross the Taiwan Strait to visit relatives, conduct business and tour. Therefore, as long as democratic countries support Taiwan’s model for a Permanent Peace Charter, pro-communist forces on the island will not be able to cause any disturbances or pose any threat. The Permanent Peace Charter will naturally encourage the Chinese people to resist the CCP and peacefully evolve China into a federal republic. This is the destiny of Taiwan: to save itself and the world, and to avoid being "at the world’s mercy".

  The permanent peace strategy’s origin is: (1) “He drew a circle that shut me out-Heretic, rebel, a thing to flout. But love and I had the wit to win: We drew a circle and took him In!” (2) "The enemy of my enemy is my ally [friend]. " The biggest enemy of the CCP is its people, who are essential partners for anti-Communist movements. (3) "Do not rely on one who offers you promises; count only on things you can do by yourself." The Constitution is right and the general will of the people, and constitutional power is always with you. (4) "Do not trust anyone in politics. It is necessary to use the chain of the Constitution to restrain people from carrying out bad deeds" (Thomas Jefferson).

       Now we are based on the UN global governance system:At the super-national (international organization), national (US, China, Japan, Russia) and sub-national (Hong Kong, Tibet, Xinjiang, province, state...) levels, the charter is the basis for permanent peace and development, establishing constitutional standards for the 249 political entities(including 193 UN member nations). It is a long-lasting operation based on a “from the bottom-up” approach, and inside and outside the system. Every individual has a final say on their destination, which leads to the universal adoption and effective observance of the Charter for Permanent Peace that reveals the ultimate truth and destiny of the humanity

(Editor's note: Our mode is different from the top-down approach of the UN.)

Basic Concepts behind the Charter for Permanent Peace (Subjective thinking)

1. Permanent Peace initiative: Integrate the laws of all nations, invite judges to participate in global justice and promote constitutional standards (ISO).

2. Sustainable Development initiative: Everyone is the master of the world, working for global unity and promoting governmental standards (ISO).

28 Basic Propositions for Permanent Peace:(Basic Principles for Nation-building)[1]

Section One – Permanent Peace and Freedom Standards

1. Freedom in nation-building: Ensure that human dignity, freedom and human rights will never lag behind those of other countries. The people will have the right to choose from the laws what is best for themselves, the laws which should had the human ideal and universal values§1.1

2. Freedom under Unity: Adhere to international law, the UN Charter and international human rights conventions that transcend the constitutional level: Residents have political rights and enjoy the benefits of citizenship, economy, society, culture, and their nations have the right of self-determination.§1.9

3. Voting Frequency:Ensure frequent and free elections and referendums that promote human dignity, freedom, democracy, human rights, sovereignty and justice, while not transcending other countries or states.。§1.3

4. Election Procedures:Ensure strong anti-corruption measures, banning money as a factor in politics. TV stations shall offer competent authorities and political parties at least 60 minutes per week without charge.§1.6

Section Two - Permanent Peace and Democracy Standards

5. Democracy in Nation-building: National sovereignty lies unconditionally and comprehensively in the hands of the taxpayer. Constitutional amendments must be approved by 1/2 and agreed to pass in referendums, and state organs and public officials may not interfere.§2.1.8

6. Democracy under Unity: Lead the way to global government with open legislation and positions in judicial, prosecutorial and executive branches. These contributors will save countries from poverty and spur development, and the state shall honor them with awards and citizenship.§2.6.4

7. Open Legislation:Establish One World under One Set of Laws. One person from every nation, friend or foe, may participate in law-making on behalf of its congress —with no voting rights on proposals not directly related to their native country’s interests.§2.3.1

8. Open Administration: Sovereignty is based on election by the people, enhancing the international competitiveness of leaders and countries. Citizens of fully democratic countries may participate in elections for the heads of the government in all levels.§2.4.2

9. Term of office for national leaders:Any elected leader shall serve a single five-year term; for 6 years after leaving office they or close relatives cannot stand for election according to law. This provision may not be annulled by constitutional amendment.§2.4.3

10. Defense of Democracy: Anyone who intends to damage, abolish or attack a free and democratic order shall be subjected to legal sanctions. Elections of people's representatives, constitutional amendment or referendum in foreign affairs must be decided through mandatory voting.§2.7

Section Three –Permanent Peace and Human Rights Standards

11. Human Rights in Nation-building:Creating life values, stimulating constitutional standards, improving resource allocation and promoting Permanent Peace are the most sacred rights of humanity – the most urgent duties of the state.§3.1.1

12. Human Rights under Unity:Constitutional standards guarantee human rights standards. Human rights issues are global internal affairs. Violation of the human rights of any individual is deemed a violation of the human rights of all humans.§3.2.2

13. National Decentralization:Ensure the protection of human rights. The heads of administrative, prosecutorial and court agencies are elected separately in different years. 1/4 of all lawmakers must be elected annually to ensure they are responsive to public opinion and alert to public grievances.§3.3

14. International Decentralization:Build a community for human destiny. Human rights should be given priority over sovereignty; half of the members of the National Human Rights and Citizenship Exercise Committee shall be appointed by international human rights organizations.§3.4

Section Four - Permanent Peace and Rule of Law Standards

15. Rule of Law in Nation-building: The aims of legislation should be consistent with sustainable development and justice. The ultimate aim should be to establish a great cause for the nation, build great love for humanity, achieve global law and advance toward unity among all nations.§4.1

16. Rule of Law under Unity: Implement One World under One Set of Laws and create and enforce world (multiple/common) laws. International law shall take precedence over domestic law, with direct impact on the rights and obligations of the people. All people shall embrace universal values, and they can choose the laws best suited to their needs. §4.2

17. Constitutional Guarantees:Implement constitutional globalization and localization, act to modernize interpretations of the constitution, and pursue accountability for violations of the constitution. The president, legislators, political appointee, judicial, military and other public agencies are all constitutional guarantors.§4.9

Section Five - Permanent Peace and Standards for Concurrent Legislation

18. Global Legislation:Implement global concurrent legislation. The right to enact laws at the national and sub-national levels begins only where such rights leave off at the super-national level.§5.1

19. National Legislation: Introduce a third force in institutional guarantees of legislation; follow a committee-centric structure in operations; and directly elect committee chairs, who can concurrently serve as ministers or prime minister. Each year 1/4 of all lawmakers shall face election to see that civil rights are upheld.§5.3

20. Local Legislation:Enhance the Charter for World Local Self-government. People’s representatives serve one two-year term. Ensure that community public opinion is presented to the international community. Signing treaties with foreign states is allowed with approval from the central government.§5.4

Section Six - Permanent Peace and Standards for Concurrent Administration

21. Global Administration: Promote world government standards in accordance with a global concurrent administration. In all tasks on a global scale, the state shall serve as an executive agency commissioned by international governments.§6.1

22. National Administration: Modified semi-presidential system with cabinet. The Prime Minister must be born locally and be responsive to a public opinion base; duties include government operations and national defense.§6.4

23. Local Administration:According to the Global Governance theory, government administration is divided into three layers, namely: super-national, national and sub-national levels. The principles of priority hold for grassroots local governments, which have the right to establish local self-government charters.§1.1

24. Granting of Sovereignty: In the interest of maintaining peace, the state may join collective security or defense systems for mutual protection; is such cases the state may agree to transfer relevant aspects of sovereignty.§6.1.6

Section Seven - Perpetual Peace and Standards for Justice and Prosecution

25. Justice and Prosecution: Directly elect the head of the Procuratorate. Local procurators-general are elected through a one-vote single-ballot system, with winners receiving the greatest number of votes to form a collegial bench of procurators. §7.3

26. Ruling Prediction System:Build a globally complete regulatory comparison database and offer ruling predictions with an accuracy of 3/5 so that anyone can ascertain their own legal status.§1.1

Section Eight- Permanent Peace and Justice and Ruling Standards

27. Justice and Rulings:Global concurrent in justice. The court president is elected by the people. Justice shall be responsive to the public, and half of the Constitutional Court judges come from the Six continents.§8.1

28. Constitutional Review: Constitutional Global Agreement; Global Review of Unconstitutional Acts. Excluding unconstitutional or international law, if there is no remedy, everyone in the world has the right to resist.。§8.9


  This Charter (abbreviated as the 228 Charter) is a versatile strategic constitutional tool for any national or political entity. Every provision of the Constitution offers necessary and sufficient conditions for permanent peace and development; all articles serve to guarantee human rights and as an amulet for the people. However, it still needs necessary amendments to become the universal international standard for a permanent peace constitution (ISO). Therefore, any kind of suggestions and recommendations from global legal experts and judges are pertinent and necessary.。

  Considering the broad scope of permanent peace, only when international organizations and the national security organs of democratic countries - the legislature or other influential people - lend their support, will the butterfly effect be triggered, attracting large numbers of world citizens to bravely follow the Taiwan’s path of permanent peace without any bloodshed. Taiwan will break through its domestic and external barriers to peacefully change the totalitarian systems and eventually eliminate nuclear-backed autocracies.

  To this end, the more than 4 billion people in Taiwan and Asia 40 living under the threat of dictatorship will lose only their iron curtains and chains, violence and lies, while others will suffer no loss, instead steadily leading the way to permanent peace and development in Asia, finding self-realization and living in security, happiness and good fortune for generations to come.

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Supporters: This petition is offered by

iNGO Permanent Peace Partners World Federation, General Mentor,: His Holiness the 14th Dalai Lama

(1989 Nobel Peace Prize winner)

iNGO Permanent Peace Partnership, Founder: Chien-ming Huang and Global Presidents and Partners

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