Every citizen has the unalienable right to acquire, posses, carry concealed or exposed, dispose of and lawfully utilize any and all weapons he deems suitable for the protection of himself, his family, his community, his state, and his nation. Weapon means any implement or machine of any nature with which a citizen may choose to fight, including explosives, detonators, and explosive devices.
In this article governments includes the government of the United States, the 50 states of the union and any states which may be added to the union, and any county, city, town, or municipality. Governments are without authority to legislature concerning weapons. This prohibition on governments’ authority extends not only to the individual citizens ownership and use of weapons, but also extends to the design, fabrication, manufacture, distribution, importation, storage, and sale of weapons.
The governments are without authority to legislate concerning parts, accessories, repairs, and ammunition for any and all weapons that a citizen deems suitable for the protection of himself, his family, his community, his state, and his nation.
The governments are without authority to legislate or regulate concerning the transportation of weapons, except explosives and detonators. Transportation of explosives and detonators may be regulated only to the minimum extent necessary to reasonably safeguard the public during transit. The authority to regulate transportation of explosives and detonators does not extend to the shipping party or the recipient. Explosives and detonators shall be shipped from and to locations of the shipping party and recipient’s choice and that determination is not subject to regulation by the government.
Upon conviction of a first offense, violent felons are barred from owning or carrying weapons for three years from the date of their release from prison. Upon conviction of a second offense, violent felons are barred from owning or carrying weapons for seven years from the date of their release from prison. Upon conviction of a third offense, violent felons are forever barred from owning or carrying weapons after being released from prison. Other than convicted violent felons, no citizen shall be prohibited in any manner from exercising the unalienable rights observed in Section A.
Individual citizens adjudicated by a competent medical authority to be a danger to themselves or others due to mental illness may be prohibited from owning weapons for such period as they remain mentally ill.
The governments are without authority to criminalize acts of revolution or rebellion against the governments.
No provision within this Constitution shall be construed as providing the government of the United States, the States of the Union, or any political subdivision with authority to alter, modify, abolish, otherwise compromise, or infringe the rights or prohibitions stated in this article. If a conflict arises between any provision of this Constitution and this article, the provision in conflict with this article must yield completely to this article.
Any government official who violates the unalienable rights of a citizen which are recognized in Section A is guilty of a felony. Upon conviction the government official shall be imprisoned for 15 years for each instance up to four instances and all sentences shall be served consecutively. A government official convicted under this Section shall also forfeit all accrued government benefits and pensions and be ineligible for government employment for the remainder of life. Any government official who violates the unalienable rights of the citizens recognized in Section A in more than four instances shall be guilty of a capital offense and upon conviction shall be put to death.