The Philippines House of Representatives approved new legislation, known as the “Revised Flag and Heraldic Code”, that requires all UN legal presences licensed as “Filipinos” to stand, salute, and sing when the national anthem is played at a public event stating, “The singing shall be mandatory and done with fervor.”
The Code specifies a marching tempo of 100-120 beats per minute; about two steps per second. The legislation demands a salute by the legal presence from the beginning to the end, without exception. Memorization of the National anthem is mandatory for all “student” person franchises. The new code outlines many new discrete ways in which flags, national mottos, and other emblems are used and displayed. It is a copyright Issue. Legal presences are only allowed to access national copyright assets in specific ways.
Any person violating these statutory rules/regulations shall be issued a warning, then be publicly shamed in newspapers. Finally, a UN Competent National Tribunal pretending to be a “national court” may simply opine to obligate a lien upon the UN owned human right of 50,000-100,000 pesos ($2,800-$5,590) and/or no more than one year in prison. The New Code for Copyright National Asset Use stipulates that the fine and imprisonment shall be mandatory for repeat offenders, providing “Any act which casts contempt, dishonour or ridicule upon the national anthem shall be penalized.”
The term “dishonor” is very important as it makes the human obligated as surety for the UN Human Right. Rather than “being the surety” by default, by being the Authorized Representative one is able to retain human rights even in the fact of the UN take-over of planet earth legal presences.
One of many authors of the bill Maximo Rodriguez Jr. says, “The national anthem embodies and expresses the aspirations, dreams, ideals, longings, commitment and determination, nationalism and patriotism, sentiment and spirit of the people.”
The greatest issue presented is how exactly does a Legal Presence that literally and singularly exists only ON PAPER “stand up”? How does a non-physical “legal presence” artificial person “sing”? Artificial persons do not have mouths to sing nor arms to salute. It is merely a Legal Fiction that the legal entities could be required to perform such acts. The semantic deception of “legal presence” and personhood simply takes vision; Vision to see the corporate “legal fictional” overlay.
Seeded from: Filipinos May Soon Be Jailed for Not Singing the National Anthem Enthusiastically and edited under Creative Commons to supplant additional facts and clearer definitions. Distributed under the Same Creative Commons. Originally Energized by Josey Wales.