There are three foundational principles and two derivative principles codified in the proposed Ethnocultural Sovereignty Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
I. No citizen shall be denied or deprived of the right to an ethnoracial identity.
II. No citizen shall be denied or deprived of the right to belong to an ethnoracial group.
III. No ethnorace shall be denied or deprived of the right to ethnocultural sovereignty.
IV. No ethnorace shall be denied or deprived of the right to proportional political representation.
V. The English and Spanish languages shall be the two official languages of the United States of America.
These five principles are first steps towards manifesting (at both individual and collective levels) the new societal paradigm conceived by the Planetary Vanguard on December 21, 2012. This date marks the beginning of the formal public transition from the Old Paradigm to the New Paradigm.
There are two kinds of human beings: 1) those that seek sovereignty over themselves and 2) those that seek sovereignty over others. We are of the first sort and our adversaries are of the second sort. It is within territory inhabited by both that peace and justice starts.
European American group survival at ethnoracial and sub-ethnoracial levels propels the leading edge of demands for a new non-genocidal societal paradigm to replace the old genocidal one. Passage and widespread implementation of the Ethnocultural Sovereignty Amendment satisfies those demands.