Article 3. Human Rights Standards for Building a Nation under Permanent Peace


The first question must be, who is depriving us of human dignity? Who is kidnapping our national sovereignty? Who has suppressed from the very beginning? Who hinders our human rights and peaceful development? The answer is not "others", it is our "own" [1] party government, a government supported by the hard-earned money of our taxpayers. Secondly, it must be clarified that peace is not determined by the presence or absence of fighting, but rather from the perspective of human rights. Finally, we must declare that there are human rights and peace, and that only universal constitutional standards can guarantee human rights standards.


The main purpose of Article 3 of the Permanent Peace Charter/Human Unity Constitution/Strategic Constitutional Art of War is to attempt to develop a standard set of universal human rights, including the inclusion of all human rights guarantees in the world (see § 3.2) for the purpose of consolidating it all into " living law " (a living constitution). Instead of following the traditional listing of human rights, we strive to avoid hangovers, to make up for lack of time or to avoid constant constitutional revision, all of which serve to produce an outdated and rigid constitution, which undermines the solemnity of such a document.

The layout of this charter considers the endless development and changes that take place over time. It divides universal core values and the national core organization into eight articles. Each item, paragraph, and purpose can be expanded infinitely according to the needs of the times. This will not affect the rigor and elegance of the overall document and can be clearly quoted, just like the constitution of the United States which has not changed for more than two hundred years. Subsequent amendments to the Bill of Rights number only 27 so far, and they have not affected the protection of the rights of the American people. .

The core of this Constitution is aimed at protecting the rights of the people and limiting the powers of government. The most important thing is the executive body under Human Rights Unity: Half of the members of the "Super National Human Rights Action and Citizenship Exercise Committee" come from different nations and are nominated by the recognized international human rights institutions. This approach is designed to show the basic standards and true perfection of permanent peace and human rights to the world and let the ideal of the community for human destiny take root in [Taiwan]. To this end, [Taiwan] and the 2/3 of the world’s people living under the threat of authoritarianism have nothing to lose but the chains and walls, violence and lies that constrain them, and others will lose nothing, instead winning permanent peace in the holy world capital of Unity.


Section 1. Permanent Peace Standards 3.1 (Human rights build nations and unite the world)

1. Human rights are established. Creating the value for life, stimulating constitutional standards, improving allocation of resources and promoting permanent peace are the most sacred rights of the people and the most urgent obligations of the state.

2. Equality and human rights. There shall be no distinction on the basis of sex, religion, race, class, party or nationality, and all are equal in dignity and rights in One World under One Set of Laws.

3. Human rights and diplomacy. The state should see universal human rights as a prerequisite in handling all international relations.

4. Separation of powers held by the state to ensure that human rights are not violated. All public powers should be subject to review by the people. The heads of executive, procuratorial, and judicial agencies shall be elected annually, while 1/4 of all legislators will face election each year.

5. Legislative procedures and separation of powers are designed ensure that the system is always responsive to human rights. The various committees in the national legislature should work together to observe checks and balances, remove various factors that may engender social dissatisfaction, and respond to the diverse needs of society. (Refer to §5.3)

6. Human rights and the Constitution. The real purpose of the Constitution is to define human rights. Constitutional standards serve to guarantee human rights standards and show that human rights in global actions is a fundamental obligation of the state.

Section 2. Permanent Peace Standards 3.2 (Ensure that human rights will never lag behind those of other nations)

1. Human rights are god-given ( jus natural ) and non-transferable [2] ; we hereby confirm the inviolability and inalienability of human rights, which are the foundation of all human society and world peace and justice.

2. Human rights under Unity. We recognize the intent of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the International Covenant on Human Rights, and declare that everyone has the right to enjoy all the rights and freedoms contained in such instruments, with no distinctions. Thus it is a basic obligation of the state to guarantee that human rights will never lag behind those of any other nation.

3. All international laws and the global natural charter, which are conducive to the protection of human rights, shall form part of domestic law and take precedence over domestic laws (including the constitution) [3] with direct impact on the rights and duties of the [Taiwanese] people.

4. Everything that has universal value and protects human rights shall constitute part of the nation's constitution and laws, and the people are free to compare and examine them for their usefulness. No government agency may refuse to accept their use.

5. The state is obliged to implement the universal human rights norms of the UN and actively accept review by the UN Human Rights Commission every year to consider implementation and corrections; the state shall bear responsibility for dereliction of duty by its public officials.

Section 3. Permanent Peace Standards 3.3 (Human rights issues are global internal affairs)

1. We the people, in accordance with the principles of natural law human rights, recognize that god-given ( jus natural ) human rights are higher than rights bestowed by humans, and shall take precedence over sovereignty.

2. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights [4] , the Rights Convention and the UN Charter, the rights and obligations of individuals are recognized, and shall be considered superior to the legislative, administrative, procuratorial and judicial power system [5] .

3. In accordance with to the core aims of the Constitution, in order to protect human rights, the core values of constitutional government place sovereignty in the hands of the people. Thus human rights naturally take precedence over sovereignty of the regime.

4. According to the Declaration of the Conference of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe, human rights are not the internal affairs of a single nation, but rather the common internal affairs [6] of all nations.

5. In accordance with the Vienna Convention on the Law of Treaties (§27), a state may not invoke the provisions of its domestic law without first drawing up a treaty. According to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (§2), everyone shall enjoy all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, which may not be differentiated by the political, administrative or international status of the nation or region in which they reside, regardless whether the region is independent, in trust, non-self-governing or subject to other sovereign restrictions. Positive human rights are the common internal affairs of all nations.

6. In accordance with the provisions of the International Court of Justice (including: the Nuremberg International Court of Justice and the Tokyo International Court of Justice), when international laws governing basic human values ​​are inconsistent with national laws, individuals are considered in violation of national laws. This confirms that basic human rights are higher than national sovereign powers.

7. Any legal disputes arising from conflicts between domestic law and legal sources and the laws presented herein shall be invalid ab initio.

Section 4. Permanent Peace Standards 3.4 (All public officials act as constitutional guarantors)

1. The Constitution is established to protect human rights and the freedoms of democracy. Every public official must swear to defend constitutional human rights and democratic rule of law.

2. The President is the ultimate constitutional guarantor [7] in ensuring observance of the Constitution, the normal operation of public power and the promotion and continuation of national power; and the Prime Minister, cabinet ministers and other public officials shall serve as joint guarantors. The greater the power, the greater the scope of the guarantor’s responsibility. Wherever the power lies, and wherever such responsibility is guaranteed, the guarantors are responsible for all powers and duties.

3. The Procurator Chief is the final guarantor of all prosecution. Prosecutors at all levels shall be responsible for observing constitutional guarantees in handling cases.

4. The Chief Justice is the final guarantor in the judicial system, and judges at all levels shall bear the responsibility for constitutional guarantees in their judgments.

5. The central legislature and local councils shall bear the responsibility for guaranteeing the constitutionality of all laws they draft and implement.

6. All public affairs agencies are places that serve humans and solve people's problems; the heads of decision-making organs are constitutional guarantors in accordance with their statutory powers and their substantive influence. Regardless of whether the subject of a legal action is a legal entity or a natural person, the ultimate decision maker serves as the ultimate guarantor.

7. Any public official, regardless of how long he/she has been in office, regardless of whether or not there is remuneration, shall involve irrelevant positions or groups, perform public functions or provide public services that are not within the scope of its official duties, including government agencies, public enterprises, and publicly funded enterprises. Persons in these affiliated organizations shall serve as constitutional guarantors so long their positions are not based on national obligations.

8. Constitutional guarantors shall not be excused from the any responsibility following dismissal, resignation or expiration of the term of office or retirement. If any action of the constitutional guarantor is unconstitutional, he/she shall be sanctioned by law, and his/her immediate supervisors shall be jointly and severally liable in law and shall bear responsibility for such unconstitutional acts with no statutory limitations.

9. Guarantors of the constitution have the right to disobey illegal decrees. If a supervisor directly requests the public official to conceal his identity in order to infiltrate groups that are protesting, he/she may refuse the order; if he/she agrees and actually participates in the action, the public official and his/her immediate supervisors shall be liable to prosecution and punishment for any crimes committed in the civil unrest. If mass riots are triggered, they shall be punished under the crimes of civil strife; and commanders at all levels shall be the first to bar responsibility for committing crimes and fomenting internal chaos.

10. When a public official takes office, he/she shall swear allegiance to the taxpayer, and shall be subject to legal sanctions if found to have betrayed his/her duties, political opinions or pledges during his/her term of office or after retirement, even if he/she is the current president. Criminal immunity is not allowed, all powers shall be automatically terminated, and any income shall be recovered.

11. The state shall formulate a system of constitutional guarantors for constitutional appraisal and exit mechanisms. Except as otherwise provided in this Constitution, general public officials shall avoid political interests for at least three years after leaving their posts; and special provisions for special public officials shall be determined by law.

12. All the provisions of this Constitution are the tasks of public officials. The state has the right to directly monitor the government's constitutional administration to verify the effectiveness of constitutional guarantors [8] .

13. Guarantors of the constitution have the right to investigate in accordance with the law, but the scope shall be limited in each case, to prohibit unlimited expansion or improper procedures. The right of public opinion organs to exercise official investigations shall be governed by law, and number of members of the same political party involved shall not exceed one third.

14. Guarantors of the constitution shall not directly or indirectly invest in public or private enterprises outside of taxpayer support to oppose the appointment of a constitutional guarantor, and shall not be allowed to serve in any other public sector.

15. Guarantors of the constitution shall ensure implementation of the basic standards of the Constitution: guaranteeing that the universal values of freedom, democracy, human rights and the rule of law will not lag behind those of other countries and ensuring that those who exercise legislative, administrative, prosecutorial and judicial powers are all elected by the people [9] . Any loss shall be treated as total destruction, and if there is no other way to provide relief, anyone in the world has the right to resist and refuse to cooperate.

16. The national government has no residual rights and obligations except to pursue the protection of equal rights in the international arena. Guarantors of the constitution have no right to strike, be absent or ignore any duties.

17. All public powers of guarantors of the constitution must come from authorization of the people in fair, open balloting, and public power obtained in accordance with the law shall also be accordance with the monitoring to ensure public service.

18. Constitutional guarantors shall enforce the law and act in accordance with the law.

Section 5. Permanent Peace Standards 3.5 (The Super-national Human Rights Commission)

1. [Taiwan] has set up the "Super National Human Rights Action and Citizenship Exercise Committee" (aka the Human Rights Committee). The Human Rights Committee is in charge of the final appointment and dismissal of the State Communications Commission; supervising the practice of human rights; reviewing the power of all bills; investigating the exercise of power; handling appeals related to rights; handling elections, recalls and citizens' self-determination rights; adjudicating election and referendum disputes; and declaring voting results.

2. The President is the Chairman of the Human Rights Committee. The Prime Minister, the Attorney General, the Procurator General and the Legislative Convener are five members of the committee ex officio. The other five members shall be of various nationalities and be nominated by authoritative international human rights organizations. Retired Presidents shall serve as statutory life members of the Human Rights Committee and shall not be subject to quotas otherwise set for the organization.

3. The Human Rights Committee shall set up a "Human Rights Monitor" office to impeach the Congress or local councilors regarding impermissible actions as constitutional guarantors.

4. The Human Rights Committee shall issue human rights reports to the world every year. In addition to routine reports to the UN, the right to peace, the environment and development shall clearly indicate the index of compliance in governing.

5. The organization of the Super National Human Rights Action and Citizenship Exercise Committee shall be determined by law.

Section 6. Permanent Peace Standards 3.6 (Human Rights and Security)

1. Ensuring human security in accordance with the UN Charter is the most basic obligation of constitutional guarantors, including:

(a) Economic security: Freedom from poverty and deprivation: including unemployment, unsafe jobs, poor human factors, unequal income and resources, poverty and lack of housing.

(b) Food safety: Ensure the quantity and quality of food and unconditional basic income

(c) Health and safety: Free from diseases, water, land, air pollution.

(d) Environmental safety: Free from pollution, forest destruction, and adverse effects of technological processes, products, and power generation.

(e) Personal safety: Freedom from lynching, war, violence, conflict, poverty, drug-related crimes, violence against women and children, terrorism and theft of personal data and privacy.

(f) Transportation safety: Road, land, sea, air, Internet, postal, information aspects, etc.

(g) Community security: Family, ethnicity, community, culture all free of unequal treatment.

(h) Safety of recreation: The safety and development of fertility, parenting, education, sports, sports, music, art, amusement parks, zoos, botanical gardens, parks, etc. are all the responsibility of the state.

(i) Political security: Free from ideological persecution, human rights violations, citizenship and democratic principles.

(j) Financial security: The state is set up to be independent of systemic and structural financial supervision and management committees. Any time legal or mathematics experts are in a meeting, financial officials shall be barred from entering.

2. Everyone is responsible for the fate of the earth. Safeguard all common human problems such as the global environment, climate, air and water resources, and nuclear pollution. All citizens of the earth have a duty to be responsible.

3. Doctors who influence the right to life may not be judged alone. Others with the same qualifications shall perform examinations and be consulted. Subsequent diagnoses shall be double-checked against the original diagnosis, and they shall be fully responsible at all levels [10] .

4. The state should strive to develop technological "predictive systems" for all sectors of industry. In particular, hospitals and institutions related to human life should give priority to development [11] and implementation (Section 7.8).

5. The state shall ensure environmental safety, health of the human body, animals and plants and protection of the ecological environment in accordance with the "prior warning principle" of international conventions (aka the "prohibition principle (transferal of burden of proof)").

6. All occupations holding rights and responsibilities, including physicians, pharmacists, judges, prosecutors, lawyers, accountants, pilots, engineers, etc., should be regularly re-trained in order to continue practicing.

7. Basic norms of political security. All public officials have an obligation to declare loyalty to the taxpayer. The following public officials are required to be born in [Taiwan] and settle in [Taiwan]:

(a) the Prime Minister;

(b) members of the National Legislature;

(c) the President of the Central Bank;

(d) the Procurator General;

(e) the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

(f) Diplomats;

(g) Military Officers;

(h) Other National Security Personnel.

Section 7. Permanent Peace Standards 3.7 (Permanent rights regarding development, the environment and peace).

1. The purpose of life is to enhance the life of all human beings. The meaning of life is to create the life that the universe continues. It is the creed of the country's right to sustainable development.

2. People are the main body of law and the ultimate target of sustainable development [12] of the UN. All sustainable development must not lag behind the process of sustainable development of other countries or the UN.

3. People are the main body of the Constitution and the ultimate target of the country's sustainable development. Each item in the Constitution is the basic obligation of the constitutional guarantor to sustain development. (See [Annex Table 18: Comparison of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and the Permanent Peace Development Charter]).

4. Every Standing Committee of the National Assembly shall have a member who specializes in sustainable development to participate in the legislation.

5. The Government has the responsibility to promote the "cradle to cradle" policy, which applies to all sustainable development targets. For example, the development of relevant laws and regulations requires that all industrial processes and products must ensure safe return to nature.

6. The Standards law for the sustainable development of environmental rights, peace rights and development rights is supplemented by law.

Section 8. Permanent Peace Standards 3.8 (Human Rights responsibilities)

1. National Responsibility: Human rights are the spirit of the founding of this nation and the soul of the Constitution. As long as there is one person on the earth who lives under an oppressive authoritarian dictatorship, all [Taiwan]ese who serve as human rights angels (§3.1) have a natural mission of liberate that person and ensure his/her human rights.

2. Public responsibility: The earth is our homeland, all humans are our family members, and any public official must support the rescue of persons enslaved by an authoritarian dictatorship, that is, the destiny of saving the world on behalf of the nation, and at the same time shouldering the sacred responsibility for building a community of human destiny..

3. State Responsibility: Regardless of nationality, those who make democratic contributions to the community of human destiny should be awarded the highest honors and compensated accordingly. Regardless of the territory or territory, all awards should be tax-free and tax-deductible.

4. International Responsibility: In the past, the human rights advantages of all countries and laws have flowed into [Taiwan], and the human rights advantages for the future of all countries have flowed out from [Taiwan], giving birth to human rights standards and the construction of constitutional standards. The state should budget to fulfill its international responsibilities, and promote the global Charter for Permanent Peace to the world, explaining the reasons for [Taiwan] 's success or failure in relation to the world's great civilization.

Section 9. Permanent Peace Standards 3.9 (Human rights and education)

1. Education and the culture of freedom, democracy, human rights, rule of law and sovereignty are the foundations of the constitution of the nation.

2. Any organization approved through general referendum to ensure permanent peace and sustainable development of human beings may join an international or regional collective security and peace organization. Withdrawal must be approved by 3/5 of voters in a referendum. (§1.5)

3. Education is free. The state must have a comprehensive human rights education policy, including schools, society, public officials, clergy, etc. The state should continue to promote a sound lifelong education system and co-ordinate national policy supporting lifelong education for human security and sustainable development; it is clear that lifelong education funds must be afforded an appropriate proportion in government budgets at all levels.

4. All state organs, governments at all levels, and various industrial organizations shall specify key performance indicators (KPIs) for human security and sustainable development in annual performance appraisals, prepare reports to the people and guide the people to learn from the results.

5. The President shall publicize the performance of the administration regarding human security, permanent peace and sustainable development by national agencies every year, and present the findings to all citizens and the world. (For comparison of human rights development, see [Annex Table 19: United Nations Human Development Index, 2018])

6. The government should ensure that all residents have access to sufficient network bandwidth to obtain needed life and education information for human security and sustainable development, and enjoy all public services of the government.

7. The poor shall have free access to the internet. To implement sustainable learning for lifelong education for citizens below the poverty line, the basic cost of internet access shall be borne by the information industry, sharing education and government public services free of charge.

8. Free vocational education and training. Education free of charge, can help the poor to rise in social status, class mobility will be possible, and society will enjoy long-term stability.

9. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights are the basic textbooks for human rights education.

Section 10. Permanent Peace Standards 3.10 (Human Rights and Culture)

1. Any political, economic, social and cultural data, and all information, explanations, advertisements, and news such as food, medical care, housing, and travel must not be falsified, and public opinion representatives shall have no right to deceive others or the public.

2. All orders shall be accompanied by a declaration guaranteeing basic human rights. The principal should first indicate the identity or the power behind the order and inform the person of his/her rights.

3. Only glorious nationals will achieve a glorious nation. The people's glorious record shall be "retained" for at least for 100 years on the internet. Implementation procedures shall be determined by law.

4. Disgraceful records of citizens should be forgotten when permitted by law, including the right to excise records of foreclosure. The maximum period for retaining records of criminal acts shall not exceed the time limit prescribed for prosecution of the offence. [Note: Those who escape prosecution have no forensic records, but those who accept legal correction must bear bad records for life?]

5. The Constitution is the highest and greatest common credo of the people; the dignity of human beings is guaranteed by the Constitution for all if each person's life. When the people die, they must be cleared by the Village Community Development Association and village officials (§6), representing the spirit of the country's free and fraternal spirit, to assist the family in handling related matters. At the request of the family, they are shall be considered for human rights contributions by the Constitutional Court. All citizens should leave behind proud records of the nation they love.

6. People's tax money is to be used for the benefit of the people. No public institution or legal person funded by the state treasury may misappropriate people's tax funds or encourage donations to political parties, religious groups or individuals.

7. Separation of politics and religion. No public official shall use public resources or influence in any name to finance religious groups or individuals, nor may they accept funding from any religious group or individual.

8. Individual religious beliefs are guaranteed by the Constitution; those who spread religions have the obligation to spread the common sense of the Constitution as well. This common sense shall be prepared and presented by the constitutional examination authority (§4.9).

9. The legal status of religious organizations and their leaders shall be the same as that of other groups, and all have the obligation to pay taxes according to the law.

10. People's donations to think tanks, schools, education, hospitals, non-government or non-party groups, and non-religious non-profit organizations shall be fully tax deductible.

11. Separation of politics and business. Continuous improvement of resource allocation is the cornerstone of permanent peace and development. Enterprises should make good use of lobbying statements reached in official offices. Anyone who meets outside, whether with civil servants or businessmen and does not ask whether there is any specific violation of the law, shall be subject to legal sanctions.

12. Any organization that has a public investment, or a public fundraising, or a decision-making person of a listed company, shall declare all property and assets. Anyone whose source of property is unknown shall be subject to legal sanctions [13] .

13. Separation of political media:

(a) The media shall not waive loyalty to the taxpayer;

(b) Media shall not take false actions [14] ;

(c) The media shall speak the truth and not produce false propaganda;

(d) The media shall not create false news [15] .

(e) The media must not become the hitter of a particular organization through undocumented, anonymous mobile marketing;

(f) Due to limited media resources, monopoly of pluralistic political channels is prohibited;

(g) Electronic similarity in political orientation or ideology by media agencies which seek merger or lottery approval shall the examined by the competent national authority;

(h) The media must not be backed by foreign capital (except international public facilities);

(i) The media have the rights and obligations to maintain basic human rights;

(j) The media must not use their influence [16] , voice, or resource advantages to interfere in politics, distort academic findings, or advocate autocracy. Violators shall be sanctioned by law.

(k) Separation of parties and government (According to § 2.4: Political Parties under Unity).

(l) Separation of black and white: Politics or political parties may not be linked to secret organizations (underworld/black gold forces).

(m) Separation of politics and education, separation of politics and business, separation of political media, separation of party and government, and the evaluation of political inclinations should all be based on the principle of decentralization and protection of human rights.

(n) The buildings housing relevant state organs should have an outward appearance that symbolizes 'human rights in the world'.

[1] According to Classical Liberalism, which of the following is/are the enemies of human rights? (A) Military; (B) Enterprise; (C) Religion; (D) Government.  Answer: D (Political Science - 2011 Grade Four Civil Service Special Examination for the Disabled (Political Science).

[2] H u man rights cannot be transferred nor divided, and is inviolable. But the political power is given by the people, it must be divided, and the legislative-administrative-procedure-judicial election is the starting point for decentralization.

[3] Australia filed a lawsuit in the International Court of Justice in 2010, accusing Japan of whaling in violation of international conventions. The International Court ruled that Japan lost the case. At that time Japan was still the world's second largest economy in the world . Japan immediately obeyed the ruling.

[4] The United Nations General Assembly in Paris on 10 December 1948 (General Assembly resolution 217 A):THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY proclaims THIS UNIVERSAL DECLARATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS as a common standard of achievement for all peoples and all nations, to the end that every individual and every organ of society, keeping this Declaration constantly in mind, shall strive by teaching and education to promote respect for these rights and freedoms and by progressive measures, national and international, to secure their universal and effective recognition and observance, both among the peoples of Member States themselves and among the peoples of territories under their jurisdiction.

[5] See John R. Vincent, “Modernity and Universal Human Rights” in Anthony McGrew and Paul Lewis(eds) Global Politics , Cambridge, Polity Press, 1992, pp.269-292.

[6] OSCE, Helsinki Summit Declaration (1992), 8 . We emphasize that the commitments undertaken in the field of the human dimension of the CSCE are matters of direct and legitimate concern to all participating States and do not belong exclusively to the internal affairs of the State concerned. The protection and promotion of the human rights and fundamental freedoms and the strengthening of democratic institutions continue to be a vital basis for our comprehensive security.

[7] See Huang Chien-ming, edit., Encyclopedia of World Constitutions , Taipei: Permanent Peace Partnership, “The Constitution of the French Republic”, §5: The President of the Republic… He shall be the guarantor of national independence, territorial integrity and due respect for Treaties. “The Constitution of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg”, §33, “The Constitution of the Republic of Burundi”, §95, §§209-221, “The Constitution of the Republic of Benin”, §41, §127, “The Constitution of the Republic of Côte d'Ivoire”, §34, “The Constitution of the Republic of Cameroon”, §5, Etc. also have the same or similar provisions. Then, “Constitution of the Republic of China”, ‘Preamble’: “The people of all nationalities, all State organs, the armed forces, all political parties and public organizations and all enterprises and institutions in the country must take the Constitution as the basic standard of conduct, and they have the duty to uphold the dignity of the Constitution and ensure its implementation.” It is contrary to the intention of this Constitution. Thus scholars say the Constitution of the Republic of China is a “constitution in name only.”

[8] See Huang Chien-ming, edit., Encyclopedia of World Constitutions , “The Constitution of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam”, §8.2: All state agencies, cadres, officials and employees must show respect for the People, devotedly serve the People, maintain close contact with the People, listen to their opinions and submit to their supervision; resolutely struggle against corruption, wastefulness and all manifestations of bureaucracy, arrogance and authoritarianism.

[9] The natural obligation clause is called “The Eight Natural Provisions” by the people.

[10] Fox TV (Fox31) reported on 2019/02/09 that Linda Woolley of Colorado was diagnosed as "may have been" suffering from kidney cancer in March last year. In May of the same year, she underwent surgery to remove two kidneys. After the operation, the results of biopsy showed that there was no cancer at all.

[11] An IBM supercomputer can diagnose lung cancer by analyzing data such as MRI scans, and the results are even more accurate than doctors’.

[12] See Appendix Table 17: UN Sustainable Development 17 Goals and 169 Targets.

[13] In 2006, the National Treasury Administration, Ministry of Finance in Taiwan, sold 1.12 trillion bad debts; in 2016, the Mega International commercial Bank (formerly “The International Commercial Bank of China”) New York Agency was fined by the US authorities for financial inspections to prevent money laundering and suspicious transactions in 2012, and was fined US$180 million (contract NT$5.7 billion). If this structural and systematic treasury and the public's behavior cannot be eradicated, [Taiwan] will never be in the first place.

[14] See 18 U.S. Code § 1038. False information and hoaxes.

[15] See the German Parliament in June 2017 to strengthen the Community Management Act: Gesetz zur Verbesserung der Rechtsdurchsetzung in sozialen Netzwerken (Netzwerkdurchsetzungsgesetz - NetzDG).

[16] See 18 U.S. Code § 203. Compensation to Members of Congress, officers, and others in matters affecting the Government in matters affecting the Government.