§ 000.5: National Conventions

The United States Fourth Continental Congress (US4CC) will probably be the designation for the inevitable venue that orders the succeeding charter to the subsisting United States Constitution that was composed in 1787 by the legendary Philadelphia Convention, which for convenience in chronological placement, is referred to as the Third Continental Congress (US3CC). The Second Continental Congress (US2CC, 1775-81) was responsible for the Declaration of Independence and the Articles of Confederation, which was designed for the Revolutionary War, and eventually deemed inadequate for the peacetime start-up of a commerce union that the United States was destined to become. The (First) Continental Congress (US1CC, 1774) was responsible for the initial negotiations with the British King concerning the infamous Intolerable Acts - the King ignored the grievances, and that prompted the organization of the Second Continental Congress.

§ 000.51: Request for Judiciary, Delegates, and Security

The preliminary national step is the gathering of delegates from different states. Such gatherings can be accompanied by fanfare in a manner consistent with an American legend of such a similar gathering. The situation should compel the formation of the United States Fourth Continental Congress upon the gathering of delegates from thirteen formatted states as set by the precedent of the 1787 Philadelphia Convention; necessary for securing the, “United States,” designation.

It should be possible to have three such congresses formed with the present 50 states, each further titled with descriptions identifying the significance of the gathering of state delegates. It is also possible that four such congresses may be formed by disregarding the precedent. There are other possible scenarios, such as, the partitioning of states into more accurate commerce hubs. United States Territories are welcome to commence the deliberations of a format and form an alliance structure, and campaign the format for national reformation.

Reasonable and creative solutions will emerge. The primary objective is to stabilize government operations with more definite descriptions, so everyone is on the same page (establishing trust in the system) when it comes to the secondary objective to deliberate the social stratification issues that we endure.

§ 000.52: Convention Schedule

§ 000.53: Convention Procedure

§ 000.54: Charter Validation

§ 000.55: Charter Ratification

Similarly to the original founding, the Fourth Continental Congress will be followed by a state ratification process; however, each state constitution will be subject to much more scrutiny than the subsisting system imposed for membership into the union, which has allowed for the perpetuation of some infamously corrupt, or otherwise, unfortunately organized state governments.

§ 000.56: Charter Adoption

Like the commencement in 1789, the state ratification process will be followed by an inauguration assembly that will most likely take place again in New York City; which will be very convenient, because it allows for the commencement of a charter parade on a very famous route that will be the longest parade the world has ever seen, and a wonderful experience for all to witness. Expect plenty of fanfare, feasts, and fireworks to compliment the parading of the state charters accompanied by the global parading of the succeeding United States Constitution - the biggest party the world has ever had.

The peaceful and orderly revolution will be televised. The process will be broadcast around the world to reveal how it is that the United States is the innovative lead in the approach to world peace. The charter system that will be constructed in the convention series will fulfill the expectations for the Nobel Peace Prize that was awarded to President Barack Obama.