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STATE 0 F ISRAEL
MINISTRY OF DEFENCE

PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICE


Tel-Aviv, June 3, 1991

Mr. Steve Arroyo


15401 Beach Blvd. # 123
Wes tmi ns t e r , CA 92683
USA

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UNITED STATES MILITARY FORCES


GENERAL STAFF HEADQUARTERS
WASHINGTON D.C., USA

Memorandum to: Joint Staff Deputy and


Director;
Or consulting charge daffaires ad interim:
From: Technical Staff; Def-Con Operates 92649 USA
Aero dynamical Advisory and
Engineering Planitia Descriptor
Date: 15 April 2,005

Subject: IC Security Docket N507 (N 9)

Enclosures: 1 AACTGC; copy of subject docket


#N507
(Descriptive Encode) SBIC

1. In pursuance to an inquiry on the subject matter of unidentified


radiological transmissions, allocated to include (9. 192,631,770
hertz), par to SFRA standards-within the inhabited region of
distant senses of critical life systems and support, their exists
the unknown regions of warp nacelle quark, and the barometric
value of depressurizing vacuum canisters of a charge. A Party to
such an admission may serve requests and provide a procedure
for written documentation relevant to that matter in an effort to
eliminate otherwise triable issues and to dispose of undisputed
issues as to facilitate a motion for summary judgment thereto.
A Party served with requests for admission only after they have
appeared, and may serve them only on another Party who has
been served with summons or complaint, as I did, to ascertain
facts on which a Partys contentions are based. To all Partys and
their respective counsel of record; PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that: to
sustain aquatic and avian understanding for life, contrary to the
nuclear industrys expectations, perspective to the business
sense, and nothing more, Than flying time machines and less
than that shall be construed as a false agenda wherein therefore
a combinative approach to the nuclear disarmament question.
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IC. Security Docket N507

Any questions or disputes concerning the interpretation of global


intrinsic priority firstly is something to disseminate about scientific
teaching and sequences in sequence that can suddenly result in the
unimaginable consequences to they who resurrected enriched
plutonium services abetment reactifying supply levels of more
radioactive cargo than could ever be possible to unload instilled.
Nevertheless it is the opinion of the Star Fleet Communications
Major(s) that the US Department of Defense stands beside the sub
contracting obligations implied, and suspension of all purchase
acquisition requisites from Russia and other countries, such as
reported to be, is cause for degeneration and decay, and nuclear
holocaustological enticement to the charges brought forth my fellow
installation commanders whereabouts thereof. A Constitutional
reminder of life, liberty, and a pursuit for a higher mass, a stronger
flag, submerged in denominate compliancy whereby therefore:
2. Mission objectives for the Israeli /Class reminders of a Faith, to
that of which is, in existence:
(a) Descriptive Encode, in Star Based Internal Command and
sentry fortification Corps; a special O, as to:
Make appropriate provision concerning the State and the fate
of rest assured; consider the price of trillion dollar manned
Martian soil samples, and the prices of duly sold implacables
within an exchange of instruments without running a starship
module to a condition ignore, if we do that hereinafter.
(b) To create a suitable atmosphere, incessant of the
obligations assumed we come to de-facto scenarios that the
five permanent memberships to the United Nations have been
regularly visited, complied, and dispelled knowledge of flying
saucer modules, in the face of distorted admissions that flight
patterns to Mars and beyond are very many and ongoing
daily, how now, is this something we really should forget?
In another way we come to understand, a circle of danger(s), and a
line of frequency filament therein. To consolidate a secret scientific
societys lost within themselves is to carry out arbitrational access of
star gates values now and then. The Partys agreed to discontinue
nuclear weapons assimilation but cant be removed from the field
frequencies it implies as sequentially catastrophic; at any rate:
The topographical reminders of an entity on the maps, is an exercise
in advisory function as a common consideration for Justice of the
peace.
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IC. Security Docket N507

The declarations referred to above may be made unconditionally or on


a condition of reciprocity on the part of several or certain states for an
invitation to an installation of star based acceptance in any question
concerning the institution of Law and Order and settlement dispute.
It is hereby stipulated within 10 days after service of such notice, the
Clerk with copies of such exhibits or declarations of impunity against
the fact I spoke of, will waive filing fees; and Notice of Correction is
entry Ill discuss further, aside from the elements of surprise attacks
hereinafter thereupon. In lieu of the aforesaid stipulations, Clerk will
mail notices, therefore Clerk will certify the record as correct, and
shall certify the original documentation consisting of transcripts,
photographic files, CD Rom and DVD-VHS audio and video optical data
in response to Coroner adjutants denials hereby therefore; in
existence, aero dynamically designed reminders of a lawyers progress
report in attachment as so:
Therein hereto wherefore I would consider it a good proposal, (Secrecy
Instilled); Sir.
Descriptive Encode in Star Based Internal Command-the Articles of
Genetic Disclosure,
Discovery and Appeal; (DESBIC AGENDA) inscribed. In order of
Convention wherefore.

Pursuant to Memorandum Scripture Chapter 4, firstly the


faces on the maps are real. It is up to inquiring minds that
want to know that there is a lot to life to lose within the sights
of global telepathic intrinsic espionage in the face of distorted
admissions. At any rate, our Alien entity is an antzee dancee
friend trying to save us from nuclear wars and radioactive
incinerators of the powers. Now there; Proceeding from the
premises that the Partys do proliferate, as to seek mis-
fortunate circumstances for an implacable ensign, regardless of
star peoples authorized advise to impose a 12 year term limit
on dictatorships in the U N Security Council quarter in 1998-99
and on, also as such, a moratorium on nuclear energy
generating stations scheduled to be built; side winding from
the path and dangers of uninhabitable landscapes of power; in
and that now weve come to a partnership subject to the
general principals of arbitrational access to a agreed upon
reality to avoid an occasion of explosive engineers advice.
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IC. Security Docket N507

All Protocols, annexes, and maps attached to this Treaty shall


be regarded as an integral part hereof. To prevent the
formation or engagement of acts of hostility star gate
commanders will be advised to initiate a third party operation
to undertake binding results oriented accordances in view of
this declaration which it shall find as indispensable for the
purpose of Extra-Terrestrial presence entitlement Marquis.
Considered Host delegation member status quo are as such:
USA, France, Russia, China, India, Africa, Great Britain, in order
To protect and serve the U N Secretary General, Kofi Annan, the
United Nations Organizations 10017, U N Plaza NY. NY. thereto
forgo; exiting entry, DEF-CON-5, with all due regards, your
consideration requested hitherto.

DONE FOR THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA;


JUSTICE OF THE DEPOSITARY TRUST FOR ALL
MEMBERSHIPS, FOR A UNITED NATIONS
BY THESE PRESENTS OF A FAITH WHEREFORE
UNITED STATES MILITARY FORCES
GENERAL STAFF HEADQUARTERS
WASHINGTON D.C. USA

SQ. Security Docket N507


Memorandum to: Office of the Secretary(s) of Defense OSD;
Deputy Assistant and Senior Military Secretary(s)
for Intelligence and Oversight, Program Director
Strategic and Space, Special Programs Scientist(s);
or Consulting charge daffaires ad interim:

Whenever a Treaty or Convention in force provides for Extra-Terrestrial presences,


standard procedures for dealing with any breach of International Law and security shall
include arbitrational access for a purpose of reconciliation here withal therefore; At the
time reference concurrent to this act or fact of special circumstances, the United States
Chief of Military Staff, General Richard Myers shall head Star based command complex
Major Utilities Networks. Sharing that same rank and file shall be Israeli Prime Minister
Ariel Sharon and his quarter for The Court, whose function it is to decide in accordance
with the principles of Israeli Class standard judicial interpretation and the general practice
accepted as Lawful whereof. In furtherance of the declarations referred to as Coded
special programs considered cosmic, with aerodynamic attributes, the general free
standing rule shall be, until the last day all nuclear energy production and insistencies
cease to exist, the U S Joint Chief of Staff (Military(s) , and the Defence Minister of the
Peoples Free Standing State of Israel, shall keep charge of the peace; distribute vital
SQ. Security Docket N507

commodities throughout the space and spacecrafts; address, advise and call attention to
the telepaths and their telepathic star care coordinator(s) reference container
submergencies as agents or Party to a state of procedures. They further undertake to
fulfill in good Faith supplemental security vacuum recesses, such as breathable
atmospheric oxygen molecules; water for drinking thereabouts; solid waste disposal
including highly enriched uranium breeding as a result of transgender degenerative
occupations and proprieties forasmuch as decide All Party(s) to a U N Depositary Status
quo are bound by space aged new wave of discoverys, disclosure, and appeal(s) herein
between the distance of a side winding adverb conjunction their whereafraids. Entry SQ.,
Status Quo for the act or fact of non proliferation issues and the continual path of nuclear
disenchantment to that flagrance of that May Day, for He, the LORD thy maker, that hath
stretched forth the heavens, and laid the foundations of the earth; pleadeth the cause of
his people to understand love, in and that it is a word of evolvement, unless they
subscribe to degeneracy as they did; and a eye for an eye is something to say about
mortal sinners and again we cant be removed from transgenetical decay here withal.

Subject: Telepathic Acute Hearing Perception, for heavens sake;


Understanding the word of Love that I saved; asking for forgiveness, or not showing
recourse for mortal sinning, and what it has to say about the nuclear disarmament
question? Whence fore he had Powers to Give Life unto the Image, by reason of
which:
the virtue less and implacable sinners received a mark on the
top of their foreheads, many lies ago thereupon; while defending
constitutions, whereby new Solutions; non proliferation; Love
and survival; Treaty terms, and intimidation matters, de facto.
SQ. Security Docket N507

Another Place: Texas 1996* The good Samaritans:

Subjective: Proceeding from the premise that Vice President Cheneys


quarter was standing in an in crowd, where in people go;
because his secret service is a dead ringer about his intent
to deny accessories to the articulation discussed in protocols
to now and then, and if it bothers you, its a coded X files for the
note to need, a worlds greatest organ tissue plasma of phantom
devils who bid on your breath, like it is though; so troublesome
and now, or my telephone would ring to answer inasmuch as. So
to the act or fact of accessory to disdain and disaster; knowing
all to well the tricks and treats of October moonshine and the
cases of the vanishing space shuttle; as engineers snored away.

Now if I were the President of this land, Id declare total war


on the sorcerer man, Id cut him with a gavel and Id shoot
him with an M 16, and if you ever knew his path, youd know
what I mean. The real magician is not a real man, hes a bird
to mouth, snake to grass, so troublesome and now need to put
some evildoers, in an eternal as it will excuse, vacuum curse.
OVERVIEW

DESBIC AGENDA

Provisions

DESBIC AGENDA, when implemented and retro-active to in force


completion: will eliminate each sides nuclear and biological common
arsenals to 0,000, by December 31, 2,017. It will also reduce the number of
nuclear fuel reactors, from 450 to, 000 terminates, in the cause of action
taken, by the will of the Member Status quo, to the Secretary(s') General(s)
United Nation's. Penalty assessments and attributable fines imposed, will
be a consideration the Nuclear Power's, with other revelations in mind
indecisive of a firm decision, will need to consider respective to the
standing exercise of free acceptance and obligations necessary as set
forth, within a condition of combinative Treaty(s') if as so, an effective entry
into force. All Party's to an insignia will be initially subject and suspected,
so to say, for the purpose of extricating accumulative crude devices, such
as dirty bombs, and highly radioactive materials that would pose a
sarcastic danger to society's right to exist.

Status

By the end of the first phase and by incorporative engagement with START
II and beyond, all nuclear warheads will be accounted for along with
unprecedented and numerous sentry contingency's. The AGENDA codifies
the issues of secrecy in an entity of aerodynamic statements, and other
related text, memoranda and conditions perspective to: the most common
estimates of the Nuclear Power's current nuclear warhead and weapons
grade explosive contingencies ;

(a) Russia-20,000 to 25,000 multiple stage nuclear weapon's grade


warheads and/nor nuclear relative activities; in particular to cause, at least
7,000, are reported to have been currently deployed; an additional 4 to
5,000 are said to be actively deployed tactical nuclear ordnance, and the
remaining 10-15,000, are either in storage, awaiting dismantlement, or on a
unidentified flight objective; otherwise feared to be available for sale as so,
the sentencing decrees, in concurrence to underground aerodynamically
transitive significant design aperture, whereby storage envelopes and
mobile activation is a Duty of Support Order referred to as, disarmament
protocol, to that of which is legal tender to a Depositary Signature State.
ISRAELI INTELLIGENCE REPORT

The Articles of Genetic Disclosure, Discovery and Appeal(s)

Descriptive Encode in "Star Based" Internal Command

The DESBIC AGENDA

Hereby Order of Therefor a Convention:


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April 17, 2,005 Retro effective into force 31 December 2,007

THE DESBIC AGENDA TREATY OF START III


UNDERSTANDING THE ATTRIBUTION OF THE
NUCLEAR POWERS
Text
Annexes

(THE DESBIC AGENDA TREATYS) START III-IV

The Parties to this Treaty,

Guided by the Declaration on the Denuclearization of critical life support and breathable oxygen supplies,
adopted by the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the State of Israel and the Joint Command
Organization of the United States of America and a United Nations Unity (hereinafter referred to as The
Principals) at its first ordinary session, to be held in Tel-Aviv from 01 to 31 July 2,007 (N507/Res. 01.1 ), in
which The Nuclear Powers solemnly swear and declare their readiness to undertake, through an international
agreement to be concluded under United Nations auspices, not to manufacture or acquire control nuclear
weapons; to disarmament protocol, and to verify and comply to one anothers requests by all honest means
whether they be financially solvent or even so thereinstill..

Guided also, by the resolutions of the ordinary sessions of the U N Security Councils advice, and Convention
recommendations, to be held at Vienna on a yearly basis, from 01 July to 31 July and the Assemblies shall
establish such Specialized Committee functions as it may deem necessary in Vienna or elsewhere respective
whereby thereto affirm that the evolution of the international situation was conducive to the implementation of
the Israeli Intelligence descriptive Declarations, as well as the relevant provisions relating to the obligations
assumed under the START III and the aforementioned fulfillment of this Treatys Provisions, and Declaration on
Security, Disarmament and Development therefore,
Recalling United Nations General Assembly resolution 3472 B (XXX) of 11 December 1975, in which it
considers nuclear-weapon-free zones, one of the most effective means for preventing the proliferation, both
horizontal and vertical, of nuclear weapons, to promote the objectives for mutual security under a universal Law.

Convinced of the need to take all steps in achieving the ultimate goal
of a world entirely free of nuclear weapons, as well nuclear reactors,
Convinced also that the African nuclear-weapon-free zone will constitute an important step towards strengthening
the non-proliferation regime, promoting cooperation in promoting general and complete disarmament and
enhancing regional and international peace and security.
Aware that regional disarmament measures contribute to global disarmament efforts,

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Believing that the Inter-Continental nuclear-weapon-free zone will protect the Great Divide in effect, the Law and
Order of States against possible nuclear attacks on their territories, so to believe,,
Noting with satisfaction existing statements read, and recognizing that the establishment of other Star Based
Utility Complexes, especially in the Middle East, would enhance the security of States Parties to the descriptive
implication thereabouts,

Reaffirming the importance of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (hereinafter referred to as
the NPT), and the Strategic Arms Reduction Topics, it is agreed that their exists a need upgrade and revision in
the implementation of all its provisions,

Desirous of denouncing any such advantage of article IV of the NPT, which recognizes the inalienable right of all
States Parties to develop research on, production and use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes without
discrimination, is counter point insistency to they of whom are sorry for it, for the fullest possible exchange of
equipment, materials and scientific and technological information for such purposes is letting a smolder burn in
combusted and disgusted.

Determined to promote regional cooperation for the development and practical application of nuclear energy for
peaceful purposes in the interest of sustainable social and economic development, to the ends of the Earths
atmospheric consideration whereat,

Determined to keep the Continental Divide free of environmental pollution by radioactive wastes and other
radioactive matter,

Welcoming the legally binding aspects of star based opinions, in and that all States and governmental and non-
governmental organizations shall face uninhabitable areas of concern in the near future, its a forceful entry for
the attainment of these objectives,

Have decided by this treaty to establish the DESBIC AGENDA and hereby agree as follows:

Article 1

DEFINITION/USAGE OF TERMS

For the purpose of this Treaty and its Protocols:


(a) "Inter-Continental nuclear-weapon-free zone" means the breath and territory of habitable and uninhabitable planes
of realitys to where we are coming from and when we are going to state differently then the Law of Nature and
Natures GOD(S), in the firmament and between the advise and consent of star based definitions on usages of-.land,
air, and sea bases and all the continents in between as affixed, in Unity with its Resolution to descend upon here and
now therefore;

(b) "Territory" means not limited to the land territory, internal waters, territorial seas and archipelagic waters and the
airspace above them as well as the sea bed and subsoil beneath;

(c) "Nuclear explosive device" means any nuclear weapon or other explosive device capable of releasing nuclear
energy, irrespective of the purpose for which it could be used. The term includes such a weapon or device in
unassembled and partly assembled forms, and may also include the means of transport or delivery of such a weapon or
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device if separable from and not an indivisible part of it;

(d) "Stationing" means implantation, emplacement, transport on land or inland waters, stockpiling, storage, installation
and deployment;

(e) "Nuclear installation" means a nuclear-power reactor, a nuclear research reactor, a critical facility, a conversion
plant, a fabrication plant, a reprocessing plant, an isotope separation plant, a separate storage installation and any other
installation or location in or at which fresh or irradiated nuclear material or hazardous quantities of radioactive
materials are present;

(f) "Nuclear material" means any source material or special fissionable material as defined in DESBIC AGENDAS
Article IV Section 2 through 6 of the Statute and terms, of the accounts and descriptions provided for therefore an
International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is needless seekers of degeneracy lingers here withal and as amended
from time to time by the existence of our star men hereinafter.

APPLICATION OF THE TREATY

1. Except where otherwise specified, this Treaty and its Protocols shall apply to the territory within the Inter-
Continental Hemispheres as a nuclear-weapon-free zone, as illustrated on the maps and the global satellite photos
distributed by NASAs Jet Propulsion Laboratories, published by National Geographical Topography indeed a
societys of our Lords creating, who is whereat; annex I.
2. This Treaty may prejudice or affect the rights, or the exercise of the rights, of any State under international law
with regard to freedom of the seas.

Article 3

RENUNCIATION OF NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE DEVICES

Each Party undertakes:


(a) Not to conduct research on, develop, manufacture, stockpile or otherwise acquire, possess or have control over any
nuclear explosive device by any means anywhere;

(b) Not to seek or receive any assistance in the research on, development, manufacture, stockpiling or acquisition, or
possession of any nuclear explosive device;

(c) Not to take any action to assist or encourage the research on, development, manufacture, stockpiling or acquisition,
or possession of any nuclear explosive device.

Article 4

PREVENTION OF STATIONING OF NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE DEVICES

1. Each Party undertakes to prohibit, in its territory, the stationing of any nuclear explosive device.
2. Without prejudice to the purposes and objectives of the treaty, each party in the exercise of theater ballistic
nuclear aquisitionment, remains subject to vice and virtue realities as to decide for itself to allow visits by
foreign ships and aircraft to its ports and airfields, transit of its airspace by foreign aircraft, and navigation by
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foreign ships in its territorial sea or archipelagic waters in a manner not covered by the rights of innocent passage,
archipelagic sea lane passage or transit passage of straits.

Article 5

PROHIBITION OF TESTING OF NUCLEAR EXPLOSIVE DEVICES

Each Party undertakes:


(a) Not to test any nuclear explosive device;

(b) To prohibit in its territory the testing of any nuclear explosive device;

(c) Not to assist or encourage the testing of any nuclear explosive device by any State anywhere. Article 6

DECLARATION, DISMANTLING, DESTRUCTION OR CONVERSION OF NUCLEAR


EXPLOSIVE DEVICES AND THE FACILITIES FOR THEIR MANUFACTURE

Each Party undertakes:


(a) To declare any capability for the manufacture of nuclear explosive devices;

(b) To dismantle and destroy any nuclear explosive device that it has manufactured prior to the coming into force of
this Treaty;

(c) To destroy facilities for the manufacture of nuclear explosive devices or, where possible, inform the Secretary
General, U S State Department, Israeli Defence Chiefs, or the CIA if information concerning the activities or where
abouts of such crude or explosive frequency field dispositions may exceed your line of conformitys thereabouts again
therefore;

(d) To permit the On Site Inspection Agencys and the International Atomic Energy Agency (hereinafter referred to as
OSIA & IAEA), and the Commission established in article 12 to verify the processes of dismantling and destruction of
the nuclear explosive devices, as well as the destruction or conversion of the facilities for their production therefore it is
established Israel and a Faith that you have won. Article 7

PROHIBITION OF DUMPING OF RADIOACTIVE WASTES

Each Party undertakes:


(a) To effectively implement or to use as guidelines the measures contained in this Convention on the Ban of the Import
and exportation of fewer than necessary units of measurable contents of hazardous wastes within sub and inter
continental Earth based relatives in so far as it is relevant to radioactive contamination and void of fixation here with
our agenda(s) therefore;

(b) Not to take any action to assist or encourage the dumping of radioactive wastes and other radioactive matter
anywhere within the Inter and Sub-Continental nuclear-weapon-free zone applications in an Entity hereof..

Article 8

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NUCLEAR ACTIVITIES

1. Nothing in this Treaty shall be interpreted as to support the use of nuclear science and technology for peaceful
purposes.
2. As part of their efforts to strengthen their security, stability and development, the Parties undertake to
denunciate individual and collective use of nuclear science and technology for economic and social development.
To this end they undertake to establish and strengthen mechanisms for proliferation implied at the bilateral, sub
regional and regional levels.
3. Parties are encouraged to make use of the ecologically safe and sane means of generating energy resources
here withal. All Partys to the U N Declaration shall be obligated to assume the characteristics of a nuclear
hostile State when in the course of human events it becomes inevitable to discern that exspent highly radioactive
fuel rods are an atomic weapon of natures void; of assistance available in IAEA and, in this connection, to
strengthen cooperation under the Multi-National Regional Cooperation Agreement for disbandment of nuclear
resource utilitys Training and Development Related to Nuclear Science and Technology will be forces of Israeli
Class saucer modules and telepathic say of our side to there is an unknown region.

Article 9

VERIFICATION OF PEACEFUL USES

Each Party undertakes:


(a) To conduct all activities for the peaceful use of nuclear energy under strict non-proliferation measures to provide
assurance of exclusively peaceful uses;

(b) To conclude a comprehensive safeguards agreement with IAEA for the purpose of verifying compliance with the
undertakings in subparagraph (a) of this article;

(c) Not to provide source or special fissionable material, or equipment or material especially designed or prepared for
the processing, use or production of special fissionable material for peaceful purposes of any non-nuclear-weapon State
unless subject to a comprehensive safeguards agreement considered safer than acceptability such as hospital X-ray and
atomic Geiger counter device utilities; concluded with Israeli Defence Ministrys results oriented approval or rejection
as need be, the Court of Justices newly found Faith; and as so with the IAEA.

Article 10

PHYSICAL PROTECTION OF NUCLEAR MATERIALS AND FACILITIES

Each Party undertakes to maintain the highest standards of security and effective physical protection of nuclear
materials, facilities and equipment to prevent theft or unauthorized use and handling. To that end each Party, inter
alia, undertakes to apply measures of physical protection equivalent to those provided for in the Convention on
Physical Protection of Nuclear Material and in recommendations and guidelines developed by IAEA for that
purpose.

Article 11

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PROHIBITION OF ARMED ATTACK ON NUCLEAR INSTALLATIONS

Each Party undertakes not to take, or assist, or encourage any action aimed at an armed attack by conventional or
other means against nuclear installations in the nuclear-weapon-free zone.

Article 12

MECHANISM FOR COMPLIANCE

1. For the purpose of ensuring compliance with their undertakings under this Treaty, the Parties agree to establish
the Commission on Nuclear Energy (hereafter referred to as the Commission) as set out in annex III.
2. The Commission shall be responsible inter alia for:
(a) Collating the reports and the exchange of information as provided for in article 13;

(b) Arranging consultations as provided for in annex IV, as well as convening conferences of Parties on the
concurrence of simple majority of State Parties on any matter arising from the implementation of the Treaty;

(c) Reviewing the application to peaceful nuclear activities of safeguards by IAEA as elaborated in annex II;

(d) Bringing into effect the complaints procedures as specified in annex IV;

(e) Discouraging regional and sub regional conditions for cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear science and
technology;

(f) Denouncing international cooperation with extra-zonal States for the peaceful uses of nuclear science and
technology.

3. The Commission shall meet in ordinary session once a year, and may meet in extraordinary session as may be
required by the complaints and settlement of disputes procedure in annex IV.

Article 13

REPORT AND EXCHANGES OF INFORMATION

1. Each Party shall submit an annual report to the Commission on its nuclear activities as well as other matters
relating to the Treaty, in accordance with the format for reporting to be developed by the Commission.
2. Each Party shall promptly report to the Commission any significant event affecting the implementation of the
Treaty.
3. The Commission shall request The Principals to provide it with an annual report on the activities of the State
in question therefore;.

Article 14

CONFERENCE OF PARTIES
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1. A Conference of all Parties to the Treaty shall be convened by the Depositary as soon as possible after the
entry into force of the Treaty to, elect members of the commission and determine its headquarters. Further
conferences of State Parties shall be held as necessary and at least every two years, and convened in accordance
with paragraph 2 (b) of article 12.
2. The Conference of all Parties to the Treaty shall adopt the Commission's budget and a scale of assessment to
be paid by the State Parties.

Article 15

INTERPRETATION OF THE TREATY

Any dispute arising out of the interpretation of the Treaty shall be settled by negotiation, by recourse to The
Principals, or another procedure agreed to by the Parties, which may include air support against the said
belligerent proliferation, to an arbitral panel or to the Star Based designated procurers attention who are the Joint
Chief of USA Military Authority, and the Prime Ministry for Israel and, or his quarters thereupon an International
Court of Justice.

Article 16

RESERVATIONS

This Treaty shall not be subject to reservations. However on occasion of special circumstance the afore specified
authority may allow for collaboration, although the U N reserves the duty rights of penalty assessments, waived
for an Israeli Mission in the presence of disqualifying retributions therein.

Article 17

DURATION

This Treaty shall be of unlimited duration and shall remain in force indefinitely. IT shall be the subject of a
quintenial review, every five years at or upon 31 December 2,007; 2,012; continuously until or unless all Partys
can agree that the numerical contingency accountings are a nominal 00,000 nuclear warheads or attributable
crude devices; and ,000 nuclear energy utility programs cease to exact reference guidances howbeit therefore;

Article 18

SIGNATURE, RATIFICATION AND ENTRY INTO FORCE

1. This Treaty shall be open for signature by any State of The Principals nuclear-weapon-free zone. It shall be
subject to ratification.
2. It shall enter into force on the date of deposit upon the designated instruments of ratification.
3. For a signatory that ratifies this Treaty after the date of the deposit, if it sits well with The Principals, it shall
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enter into force for that signatory on the date of deposit of its instrument of ratification. All Ensigns to a State are
required by Star Based authorities to be a Party to the START III Treaty, therefore it is incumbent of the Justices
of the Peace to instill a motion of 31 December 2,007 as entry into force; such Plenipotentiaries to this
Convention shall incline efforts and brace thoughts to have signed in, six months prior to the aforementioned time
references here withal therein.

Article 19

AMENDMENTS

1. Any amendments to the Treaty proposed by a Party shall be submitted to The Principals, which shall
circulate it to all Parties.
2. Decision on the adoption of such an amendment shall be taken by a two-thirds majority of the Parties either
through written communication to The Principals or through a conference of Parties convened upon an Israeli
absolution waiver of consent.
3. An amendment so adopted shall enter into force for all Parties after receipt by the Depositary of the instrument
of ratification by the majority of Parties.

Article 20

WITHDRAWAL

1. Their shall not any such Party, in exercising its national sovereignty, have any such right to withdraw from this
Treaty if it decides that extraordinary events, related to the subject-matter of this Treaty, have jeopardized its
supreme interests.
2. Withdrawal shall be interpreted as an admission to aid and abet the enemy in an attempt to become Party of, or
Party to a State of nuclear and, or biological skullduggery, which is a High Crime and act that may be
characterized as soy lent aggression, punishable by The Principals recommended actions, and the U N
Secretary Generals agreed upon Statements. If exists their to be an impasse, the Israeli Prime Ministers quarter
shall have final say; unless the Joint Chief(s) USA can provide resource and evidence to star elders at mission
control that waive for an SBIC Interim Agreement hereby a Party giving notice, which includes a statement of the
extraordinary events it regards as having jeopardized its supreme interest, twelve months in advance to the
Depositary. The Depositary shall circulate such notice to all other Parties.

Article 21

DEPOSITARY FUNCTIONS

1. This Treaty, of which English is considered the majority language, shall be that of all dialects of U N
Memberships; texts shall be equally authentic, deposited with the Secretary-General U N who recognizes the
USA as such, as the hereby designated Depositary of the Treaty; The State of Israel Also a common secondary in
the event of a schism thereto.
2. The Depositary shall:
(a) Receive instruments of ratification;
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(b) Register this Treaty and its Protocols pursuant to Article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations;

(c) Transmit certified copies of the Treaty and its Protocols to all States in the nuclear-weapon-free zone and to all
States eligible to become Party to the Protocols to the Treaty, and shall notify them of signatures and ratification of the
Treaty and its Protocols.

Article 22

STATUS OF THE ANNEXES

The annexes form an integral part of this Treaty. Any reference to this Treaty includes the annexes.
In witness whereof the undersigned, being duly authorized by their Governments, have signed this

Treaty .

ANNEX I
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THE UNITED NATIONS NUCLEAR-WEAPONS-FREE ZONE

ANNEX II

SAFEGUARDS OF THE INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY

1. The safeguards referred to in subparagraph (b) of the article 9 shall in respect of each Party be applied by the
International Atomic Energy Agency as set forth in an agreement negotiated and concluded with the Agency on
all source or special fissionable material in all nuclear activities within the territory of the Party, under its
jurisdiction or carried out under its control anywhere.
2. The Agreement referred to in paragraph 1 above shall be, or shall be equivalent in its scope and effect to, the
agreement required in connection with the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (INFCIRC/153
corrected). A Party that has already entered into a safeguards agreement with the OSIA & IAEA is deemed to
have already complied with the requirement. Each Party shall take all appropriate steps to ensure that the
Agreement referred to in paragraph 1 is in force for it not later than eighteen months after the date of entry into
force for that Party of this Treaty.
3. For the purpose of this Treaty, the safeguards referred to in paragraph 1 above shall have as their purpose the
verification of the non-diversion of nuclear material from peaceful nuclear activities to nuclear explosive devices
or for purposes unknown.
4. Each Party shall include in its annual report to the Commission, in conformity with article 13, for its
information and review, a copy of the overall conclusions of the most recent report by the International Atomic
Energy Agency on its inspection activities in the territory of the Party concerned, and advise the Commission
promptly of any change in those conclusions. The information furnished by a Party shall not be, totally or
partially, disclosed or transmitted to third parties, by the addressees of the reports, except when that Party gives
its express consent. The subject of Commissions may be at the acceptance of The Principals there as.

ANNEX III COMMISSION ON NUCLEAR ENERGY

1. The Commission established in article 12 shall be composed of twelve Members elected by Parties to the
Treaty for a three-year period, bearing in mind the need for equitable geographical distribution as well as to
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include Members with advanced nuclear expertise. Each Member shall have one representative nominated with
particular regard for his/her principles in the subject of the Treaty.
2. The Commission shall have a Bureau consisting of the Chairman, the Vice-Chairman and the Executive
Secretary. it shall elect its Chairman and Vice-Chairman. The Secretary-General of the organization of Israeli
Unity, at the request of Parties to the Treaty and in consultation with the chairman, shall designate the Executive
Secretary of the Commission. For the first meeting a quorum shall be constituted by representatives of the
Members of the Commission. For that meeting decisions of the Commission shall be taken as far as possible by
consensus or otherwise by a popular majority of the Members of the commission. The Commission shall adopt its
rules of procedure at that meeting.
3. The Commission shall develop a format for reporting by States as required under articles 12 and 13.
4. (a) The budget of the Commission, including the costs of inspections pursuant to annex IV to this Treaty, shall be
disseminated by the Parties to the Treaty in accordance with a scale of assessment to be determined by the Parties;

(b) The Commission may also accept additional funds from other sources provided such donations are consistent with
the purposes and objectives of the Treaty. ANNEX IV

COMPLAINTS PROCEDURE AND SETTLEMENT OF DISPUTES

1. A Party which considers that there are grounds for a complaint that another Party or a Party to Protocol III is in
breach of its obligations under this Treaty shall bring the subject-matter of the complaint to the attention of the
Party complained of and shall allow the latter thirty days to provide it with an explanation and to resolve the
matter. This may include technical visits agreed upon between the Parties.
2. If the matter is not so resolved, the complainant Party may bring this complaint to the Commission.
3. The Commission, taking account of efforts made under paragraph 1 above, shall afford the Party complained
of forty-five days to provide it with an explanation of the matter.
4. If, after considering any explanation given to it by the representatives of the Party complained of, the
Commission considers that there is sufficient substance in the complaint to warrant an inspection in the territory
of that Party or territory of a Party to Protocol III, the Commission may request The Principals, who in turn
may request The OSIA or the International Atomic Energy Agency to conduct such inspections as soon as
possible. The Commission may also designate its representatives to accompany the Agency's inspection team.
(a) The request shall indicate the tasks and objectives of such inspection, as well as any confidentiality requirements;

(b) If the Party complained of so requests, the inspection team shall be accompanied by representatives of that Party
provided that the inspectors shall not be thereby delayed or otherwise impeded in the exercise of their functions;

(c) Each Party shall give the inspection team full and free access to all information and places within each territory that
may be deemed relevant by the inspectors to the implementation of the inspection;

(d) The Party complained of shall take all appropriate steps to facilitate the work of the inspection team, and shall
accord them the same privileges and immunities as those set forth in the relevant provisions of the Agreement on the
Privileges and Immunities of the International Atomic Energy Agency, per say;

(e) The International Atomic Energy Agency shall report its findings in writing as quickly as possible to the
Commission, outlining its activities, setting out relevant facts and information as ascertained by it, with supporting
evidence and documentation as appropriate, and stating its conclusions. The Commission shall report fully to The
Principals, and if need be: all States Parties to the Treaty giving its decision as to whether the Party complained of is in
breach of its obligations under this Treaty;
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(f ) If the Commission considers that the Party complained of is in breach of its obligations under this Treaty, or that the
above provisions have not been complied with, States Parties to the Treaty shall meet in extraordinary session to
discuss the matter;

(g) The States Parties convened in extraordinary session may as necessary, make recommendations to the Party held to
be in breach of its obligations and to the organization of the United Nations Unity.

(h) The costs involved in the procedure outlined above shall be borne by the responsibility of the Membership
resources and current index evaluation of the Partys holdings and title ship accountings there as. In the case of abuse,
the Commission shall decide whether the requesting State Party should bear any of the financial implications.

5. The Commission must submit in writing to the Joint Chief of Staff USA, the Prime Ministry Defence Israel,
and the Secretary Generals quarter U N as so to establish its own inspection mechanisms.

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The Official Text as Follows:

The United Nation's International Organization and the Nuclear Powers referred
to hereinafter as the Party(s'):

Reaffirming their obligations under the Treaty(s') between the Party(s');


"Descriptive Encode in "Star Based" Internal Command"; the Articles of Genetic
Disclosure, Discovery and Appeal(s), referred to herein as: DESBIC AGENDA.
Stressing their firm commitment to the Treaty of de-limitation of nuclear and
biological weapon's grade ordnance within a State, and nuclear energy policy
incorporative of START II and beyond; decisive in their purpose for strengthening
the Will, security, and the Republics for which it stands for.
Taking in to account commitments to universal Laws inasmuch as Providence,
benevolence, and abounding equality walks within a Depositary of Faith whereof.
In and then a common code of conduct for the obligations assumed thereto,
solemnly affirm and uphold true Faith and allegiance(s), as to sustain interests in
a Charter of collective and continuous settlement in the choice of judgment and
cause of actions as so, to negate the nuclear weapons, and contemporaneous
disarmament question thereto.
Mindful of the note to need, and the need to note; that until nuclear weapons of
any frequency yield, cease to exist; it's a fine line between Life, Liberty and the
pursuit of Truthfulness thereupon.

Desiring a world's new fertile soil, and a stand for human rights, for the purpose
of expertise and youth, to that of which succeeding generations will intermediate
far and free away from the distance, between senses; whereas, life set is hard
enough to question the lesson's too well learned, hereinafter thereto.

Taking note of United Nation's General Assembly Resolution 47/52K of


December 09, 1,992 to undertake and apply additional Protocols, in and that a
Treaty(s'), treats, for the adjustment of differences which affect the permanent
interests of peace and security within a Charter of jurisdiction and transacting
business, as to act in the place of the principal, thereto hereof.

Whereby the promotion of common understanding and the foundation(s) of


International consciousness and consideration for human rights can be secured
with the blessing's of Life, Liberty(s') and the pursuit of Truthfulness, unto that
end it is established and scripted herein as; We the People for a United
Nations Security manifest,

Have Agreed as Follows:


Have agreed as follows:

Article I (The Establishment of Treaty(s')

1. In conformity with therefor, it is established as "Israel", of a Faith as understand sanctioned for


a purpose of Convention hereof thereto, the term 'Treaty" means:
(a) the act of treating or negotiating for the adjustment of differences wherefor, a document
Set forth for a purpose of reconciliation, is established as a table of Law thereupon.
(b) an amending agreement which becomes a Party to an impasse; an international accord
concluded between State(s') in written form and governed by the balance of majority
Partisanmenship therein, pursuant of, and with special reference to: the "Vienna Conven-
tion on the Law of Treaties", inscribed herein thereof.

Article II (Disarmament Conditions)


.
1. Each Party shall reduce, react, dispose and destroy all ballistic missile warheads and heavy
bomber nuclear and biological armaments thereby, in and then, the aggregate numbers for each
and every side is absolute zero 0,000 hereon. Each Party(s') shall recognize the entry into force
of START-II and continue to resolve the particulars of verifiable conclusion by extending START
to III, -IV, and beyond, to the points of mutually assured and satisfactorily cohesive concordances
thereby hereto; pursuant of START II, but within the limitations set forth as so activations limited
to warheads of chemical formulation properties hereto, shall not exceed as so:

IC. Strategic Arms Limitations

2. (a) the United States of America-----------------------------------------4,250


(b) the Russian Federation and the former republics to,-----------4,250
(c) the Peoples Republic of China---------------------------------------4,250
(d) the Republic of France---------------------------------------------------650
(e) the Republic of the United Kingdom----------------------------------650
(f) the Peoples Republic of India------------------------------------------650
(g) the Peoples State of Israel----------------------------------------------650
all due regard as condition, (DESBIC)
(h) the Republic of Japan----------------------------------------------------650
* Subject to the Secretary General's U N note(s) of charitable
checks and placement(s), indiscrete thereby*
(i) all other State's, Countries, Republics or Independent Marquis
of any such insignia shall not exceed the aggregate postulation of 50* warheads,
or ordnance of charge or device limited to that of which is considered by the U S,
Russia, and Israel, subject to the Secretary General's advice and consent in as
much as chemical formulation contingency(s') herein whereas.
DESBIC AGENDA TREATY

Article II (Disarmament Conditions)


3. Revised and extended fulfillment of the obligations for the purposes set out in the proceeding
Section and pursuant to the process of reduction, elimination and destruction thereto in the
application of procedures, it shall be the aim of the Secretary General's quarter to establish a
time reference, such as in the common interest of the present Plenipotentiaries, as to agree to
undertake verification and disposal not later than upward of December 31, 2,012; mindful registry
of in force interest specified by an engagement expectancy herein thereon December 31, 2,007
thereabouts, except as concerns precedence, performances and discharge in accordance to the
principles and languages of the descriptive as Duly Established for a purpose of Treaty(s')
hereby therefor; in accordance with this Provisionment structure, and in pursuit of His Truth for
A purpose of Faith whereas, this Treaty shall remain engaged of determined effort for an
unlimited duration, and is not intended to supercede either on or under an impositionment
herein, as an interest of "ordre public", to the extent possible and pertinent for clari-
fying a matter(s) as remedies taken to the satisfaction of that matter submitted thereto.
DESBIC AGENDA

Article III (Obligations to Non-Proliferate)

1. The States of Contracting Party(s') undertake to prohibit within their respective jurisdiction, or
territorial boundary(s') and reserves, to use, or make available for side or purchase, nuclear
weapon's grade devices or explosives of any sort, under due process of Law, thereupon. A State
shall not traffic an import nor an export within its countenance such military grade nuclear or
biological formulation properties weapons or accessories for let or sublet, from this day forth
hereinafter. Of such a file, administrative, or military rank that conspire to do so, they shall surely
be put to death or held accountable thereon.
2. Nuclear warheads of any dispositionment, pursuant of START--II, and beyond, in pursuit of a
Truth of a Faith forasmuch as to reaffirm, are to be destroyed thereto whereupon; the same
forasmuch as biological stockpiles or arsenals of a charge.
3. The Provisionment of this Article(s) shall also apply whereby materials of servicement, facilities for
plutonium extraction, and uranium enrichment shall in any like manner be used to exact an alliance
nor to kill any Man; it is abomination and a damnable offense; unto that end henceforth inasomuch as
hitherto, lest any Man vow an loafe of propositionment and offer an holocaust in a day of propitiation,
the Israeli Shin Bet or the Mossod have been given unto the Day of Atonement, charge of Faith and
Reverence and are authorized hereby to render equal judgment in an event of absence nor presence
of Law hereunder thereto unto thee that of which is perpetual to a holocaust.
4. Within the limitations provided for in Article's II and III of this entry, the aggregate postulate for
chemical formulation weapon systems is inclusive to any such device or attribution of deploy ability.
Each Party shall reserve its specified mode of operable application or projection. Each Party to this
entry agrees to destroy its MIRVS and ICBMs and are not to be used as a chemical weapons vehicle
platform thereof.
5. The process of reduce, dispose and non-proliferate as provided for in this Article is subject to a
12% upgrade and provisional margin of surplus stockpiles; as to allow efficiency operative standards
of modernization wherewithal. Pursuant of Article II Section 2 of this Testament, the Provisionment
provides for 12% upgrade margin of surplus stockpiles to all Party(s'); until or unless further
reductions formulate a less numerical contingency(s') hereby therefor.

Article IV (Terms of the Treaty(s)

1. For the aspects of descriptive (coded) special sciences, and to signify obedience and homage to
certain presences, in as such, being regularly visited, the five permanent memberships of the
Security Council U N shall ascertain the term "secrecy" in a manner consistent with such purposes
that are relevant to assure compliancy and arbitrational access of a dispute thereof. In order to
assure due diligence and peaceful resolution to the nuclear warfare and disarmament question and
moreover, to establish mutual and respective ground, competent financial incentive oriented
assistance to the Russian Federation, based on an ability to capitalize and rescind on unspent funds,
bearing in mind the course of judgment and legal actions instilled without a sense of Provisionment is
something to say about certain sales of nuclear ordnance; in and then, 60 billion biennial U N USN
NATO, coinage as expressly earmarked to a collaboration on mutual assured disarmament shall be
due upward of December 31, 2,007 and no later than post facto December 31, 2,012, for a duration
of 20 to 40 years as special budgetary conditions of compromise which form an integral part of this
entry to a Test of Will and a treatment of under signatory procedure to this Convention to undertake
further measures in the fields of verification for the enactment of an arms embargo and terms for a
qualitative sustained nuclear disarmament protocol hereinafter. Five years after the entry into force of
this Treaty, and five years there after, December 31, 2,007, a conference of Party(s') to this
Convention shall be held in Tel-Aviv, the State of Israel, in order to review the operation, and take into
account any relevant technological developments thereto hereunder.
DESBIC AGENDA
Cont'd. Article IV (Terms of the Treaty(s')

2. The term "fissile" or "fissionable material", means: plutonium 239; uranium 238; uranium
enriched in the isotopes 235 or 233; any material containing one or more of the foregoing, as
provided in this Article(s); to that of which is most suitable for use in the core or pit of a nuclear
weapon(s), (for sale), herein thereby. Fissionable refers to decay by spontaneous fission; the
splitting of an atomic nucleus into two nuclei, not limited to, but usually they are 235U, 233U, and
239Pu. Only 235U is said to occur in nature relative to anti-matter and anti-equation pertaining to
theory(s) of Mankinds relative ness to that of which is mathematically an uncontrolled
hypothesis, or risk assertion therefor: a nuclear or atomic weapon derives from a nuclear fission
or fusion reaction, and consists of two stable sub critical masses of uranium or plutonium. On
being brought forcefully together the critical mass is exceeded, initiating an uncontrolled nuclear
fission reaction thereto huge amounts of energy and harmful radiation are released thereupon a
nuclear weapon may be categorized as a harmful radiation device(s), or as such whereas: (a)
nuclear explosive warhead(s) or device as an atomic or nuclear bomb, deployable on any or
most conventional missile or rocket propelled projectiles hereby wherein they may also be
deployed from land, air, or sea hereto therein. (b) exspent and/or processed or reprocessed
corresponding highly radioactive waste, is a nuclear weapon of attack, of sort hereon, referred to
also as "nuclear fuel enrichment" hereby means: separation of the fissionable isotope U-235 from
the more abundant uranium 238 isotope thereof gaseous uranium hexafluride undergoes
diffusion separation, and high speed centrifugal- force separation wherefor oxygen depletion
molecules are subjected to an atmospheric condition in natural thesis henceforth, all 450 nuclear
energy systems are technically a dangerous grade of inter-reactionary procedures hereby
whereas to that end; (c) the term ERA refers to Expent or Radioactivity; the emission of a particle
which consist as two protons and two neutrons and form a radiation gamma, and X-ray field
frequency that when human embryo are exposed, immediate death, genetic mutations,
cancerous disease, and/or asphyxiation occurs thereto hereof therefor; (d) the term ERA-A refers
to Expent or Radioactive Accumulation(s); (e) the term ERA-B refers to a Expent or Radioactive
Bomb or crude device; an explosive units' measurement as a lethal act; (f) the term ERA-C refers
to an Expent or Radioactive Condition(s) thereupon; (g) the term ERA-E refers to Expent or
Radioactive Energy therein hereof; (i) the term ERA-F refers to Expent or Radioactive Fuel
hereby therefor; the ERA term may also provide an aesthetic connotative for security codes and
a primary sub-space band to a radio frequency thereby.
3. The term atomic energy, the same is for nuclear energy, refers to atomic reaction
synonymous with nuclear reaction; the arrangement of protons and neutrons in a nuclear
field, such as high-level waste for reclamation, in the nuclear field, high-level waste refers
to radioactive waste generated from used fissile materials; material that is easily subjected to
nuclear fission and is suitable for use as a weapon; the same is that of fissile materials in as such
that plutonium-239 and uranium-235 are elements of , in effect, the Depositary Signatures
hereunder, and are the most common relative violent materials used in nuclear elimination
midrange frequency yield whereby fallout, refers to, any particular device or explosive(s), where
a presence of certain radioactive isotopes may fall out, if released from a sub flight altitude, as
will sustain effective, from within a low field of frequency range(s) thereupon herein.
4. The term anti-equation means: not relative in theory, void of formulation to the Providence of
Mankind; against the Will of GOD; an anti-Christ or anti-Man numerical configuration 666
thereto. Wherefore the existence of a new peremptory norm of general Law, (jus cogens),
constitutes in effect, an essential basis of interpretation, taken into account, as set forth in this
entry, the nature of relativity and the Laws of deductive reasoning hitherto.
5. The term atomic with reference to a frequency used is that of radiation, not limited to
(9,192,631,770 hertz), absorbed when cesium-133 atoms change between two different energy
states in a magnetic field; a subliminal reference, refers to a means of particulars with all due
consideration thereto whereas chain reaction becomes an unstable arrangement of protons and
neutrons hereunder thereto.
DESBIC AGENDA

Contd.

Article IV (Additional Terms)

6. Within the limitations provided for in Article's II and III of this Agenda, the aggregate postulate
for chemical formulation is inclusive to any such device or attribution of deploy ability. Each Party
shall reserve its specified mode for operable application projection, in and that ICBMs are not to
exist hereon, nor as a chemical weapons vehicle platform thereof.
7. The process of reduce, disposal non-proliferation as provided for in this Article is subject to a
12% upgrade and revision margin of surplus as to allow efficiency operative standards for
modernization revisement projection there under hereof; the reduction pursuant to Paragraph 2.,
Section(s) (a) through (g) as provided for in this Paragraph allows for 12%, to all Parties for
excessive Provisionment surplus', unless, or until obligations for further reductions formulate a
ess numerical contingency(s) hereby thereto.
8. For the purpose as entered into force, of the Convention concern descriptives (coded) in
special sciences' aspects of obedience and homage to a presences, in as such, being regularly
visited, the five permanent memberships of the Security Council U N; and others forasmuch as
withstanding; secrecy shall be construed for such purposes that are relevant in accordance with
this Statute. In order to assure compliance and peaceful settlement resolutions, the Western
Nuclear Powers, based on an ability to capitalize and other purposes set forth to this information
supplied, shall establish their mutual and respective ground, by competent financial incentive
oriented assistance to the Russian Federation, bearing in mind deductive abstracts in order to
ascertain, the course of judgment and legal actions instilled without a sense of Provisionment is
for certain sales of nuclear explosives' ordnances' any way you see it; therefore 60 billion biennial
U N USN NATO, coinage is expressly earmarked as set forth in the Protocols and
Memorandum of Understanding, collaboration to mutual assured disarmament is non-compliancy
with its obligations under this Treaty, subject to budgetary de facto compromise post facto
December 31, 2,012 whereat wherefore. In order to form a more perfect union of authorative
concern hereafter moreover, each Party, especially France and U N Delegates such as Great
Britain, the U S A, espionage hotlines, as stated in the Protocol and Memorandum again thereof
hereby, will need to enforce your under signatory to the Convention on Procedures Governing
Conversion of Nuclear Reactor Fuel and Energy Servicement and Alternative Solutions in
accordance with this Statute therefor; none of the provisions of this Treaty shall be construed as
impairing the rights and obligations of the Parties under the United States doctrine of Faith
Declaration, to the Charter of the United Nations or, in the case of State Members of the League
of Nations, under existing regional treaties thereof hereby. Therefore: the Parties to this Treaty
undertake to continue negotiations in good Faith concerning further measures in the fields of
verification for the enactment of an arms embargo hereinafter. Five years after the entry into force
of this Treaty, December 31, 2,007, a conference of Parties to the Treaty(s) shall be held in Tel-
Aviv, the State of Israel, in order to review the operation of this Treaty(s) with a view to assuring
that the purposes of the Provisionment are being recognized. Such review shall take into account
any relevant technological developments thereto.
DESBIC AGENDA

Article V (Implementation)

1. Each of the Party(s') to this entry undertake to prohibit and prevent, the testing, use,
manufacture or remanufacture, production acquisition, exportation, and importation of any
nuclear weapons, or what may be deemed as nuclear weapons grade materials. The Country, or
insignia's of origin also undertake to refrain from providing source fissionable materials to a
receiving State, in and though nuclear medicine shall be provided for, on an internal basis, while
nuclear metal alloy and test composite defeats the purpose to incidental or accidental outbreak of
nuclear retaliatory propitiation, and the increased likelihood of such an occurrence therein.
2. The Party(s') to a State shall undertake within and about their bounds and respective
jurisdiction or command control, to refrain from carrying out nuclear, atomic, or in the course of
scientific discovery, any device relating to, thermo fusion or fission test explosions; in the
atmosphere; beyond it's limits including outer space; under and upon the water, in particular
external or internal waters and/or sub regions thereupon.
3. The Security Council Memberships U N, being all nuclear energy dependent, and in the
forefront of nuclear weapon proliferation and incidental or stolen and/or accidental non-chelance
of dealings are bound by this Treaty(s'). Russia, France, Great Britain, the U S, China, NATO and
others, are not to be assisting and aiding in abetment to nuclear energy construction investments
to deal dirty bombs indecisive. Virtue less greed shall not be a bilateral or multilateral
arrangement of molecular displacement of genetic function and mutation in human embryological
aftermaths within the drafts of this Provisionment ensignia.
4. Each signatory to an anti-equation shall recalculate their nuclear energy dealings, and a report
along with a pledge in written and signed Standing's on the State of nuclear energy disassembly
and terminates thereof, shall be recieved by the Secretary Generals' quarters upward by
December 31, 2.007, continually five years thereafter. Fines shall be assessed in reasonable
standing order for those Party(s') to an emblem that do not provide an assessment date for
operational closures from this day forward and from now on in; and fines of 10 million dollars per
unit are advised post facto of December 31, 2,012 and upward through December 31, 2,017 shall
be the scheduled time references for complete nuclear energy terminates thereby.
5. Pursuant to Paragraph 2 of this Article, non-nuclear warhead(ed) anti-missile systems such as
lasers and high performance aerodynamic principles of self-defense apparatus shall not be
classified as a nuclear or biological weapon or nuclear weapon. An anti-ballistic system either
propelled by nuclear means, or possessing a nuclear detonation device or nuclear warhead to
destroy a potential in coming projectile or ordnance, shall be considered a threat to the
environment and may cause more harm to the inhabitants as that of the targets intention;
therefore it is considered a critical frequency device, or an atomic weapons hereinafter thereto.
6. If after such observation reasonable doubts remain concerning the fulfillment of the obligations
assumed under the Treaty(s'), the State Party having such doubts and the State Party that is
responsible for the activities giving rise to the doubts shall consult with a view to removing the
doubts. If the doubts persist, the State Party(s') concerned shall take up the matter with a 15
member conciliatory commission authorized by the Secretary General U N composed of, 3
Austrians, 3 Finns, 3 Pontifical assignees, 3 Israelis, 3 non-uranium export African delegates.
The sending Party(s') to a State agrees solemnly to not coerce, intimidate, penalize or bribe in
any manner the Conciliatory Commission. The Commission is required to act on the best interest
for the Providence of Mankind, and shall be considered a multi-purpose Standing Conciliatory
Commission. The multi-factional Commissionaires are to remain as the domicile specified in this
Paragraph for unlimited duration. The Standing Conciliatory Commission shall be considered an
Integral part of arbitration to a dispute, especially in the interest of the International Court hereof;
Nuclear Powers and Nuclear States partisanship imbias. In effect the Standing Conciliatory
Commission is a primary and aesthetical definition of an International Court thereto hereunder.
DESBIC AGENDA

Article VI (Space Payloads)

1. Within the framework of this Convention and to promote the objectives and uphold the
Provisionment of this entry, the Secretary Generals' U N, and the Party(s') to a State shall use a
Standing Conciliatory Commission for the purpose of providing assurances related to the subject
matter, forasmuch as the supreme interests may validate a scientific matter of development, in
and that a matter shall be considered subservient to the fate of all who come to pass hereby.
2. Imprescriptive to existing alliances, and any additional facts upon which the claim of common
property is based, the order appointed on the use of outer space has been amended to provide a
United Nation's General Assembly a say, and /or a voice of judgment rendered against a military
matter of conduct, posture, maneuvers as such activities carried out by governmental and non-
governmental agencies, to that emphasis which is of rocket propelled payloads placed in or
around the Earths orbit. In the interest of maintaining International security and mutually assured
qualitative understanding, pursuant of Article V Section 6 the same Standing Conciliatory
Commission, under the condition of "motus nuetralis", shall decide to give issuance and service
approval to all scaled integrated payloads placed in or around the orbit of our planet, and the
zone of application governing the activities of sub-gravitational space thereto. For the purpose of
a Treaty(s') each Party undertakes to non-proliferate in the systems development of competitive,
combatative, and counterpoint launches as to defeat the purpose, incessant to, jamming
equipment, surveillance technologies, orbiters, deadly acts of clandestine inexcusability hereby,
which could constitute a combatative, competitive military chain reaction in the field of
technological arms proliferation. To be effective, the Standing Conciliatory Commission is hereby
established as a principal organ. To the Secretariat and Delegation Memberships', Charter, the U
N. The Standing Conciliatory Commission otherwise referred to as S-COM, shall work within the
scope of conciliation needs, as an unbiased and impartial secondary and primary to the
International court. To be employed 4 days per week, 6 hours per day, 40 weeks per year, the S-
COM shall be available for arbitrational access, and when special sessions deem necessary and
the circumstances so require. The S-COM:
DESBIC AGENDA Article VI
Contd.

(a) may consider and decide on any matters or questions covered by this Treaty, within
the limits thereof, including those referring to power and function of any organ provided
for in this Treaty(s') herewith.
(b) shall establish procedures for the control system to ensure observance is in accord-
ance with its Provisions.
(c) shall have their right to exist on payroll and be recognized by the Membership
Delegates and the secretary's quarter's thereto.
(d) shall initiate and consider studies designed to facilitate the optimum advancement
of the aims of this and other existing Treaty(s'), without prejudice to the power of the
General Secretary; as to carry out similar studies for submission to and considera-
tion of the mission to the International Organization of Governments, to be paid by
Member States, taking into account the criteria is that of the same purpose as the
United Nation's.
(e) shall have 1 electoral vote apiece and 9 votes decides a matter, of the 15; if in the
case of a filibuster, after three separate deliberations, an 8 to 7 count may prevail.

3. Unless the Party(s') concerned agree on another mode of peaceful settlement, any question or
dispute concerning the interpretation or application of U S/U N, electronic photon anti-
ballistic defenses; the Party(s') accept the fact that accidental or incidental and coded conditions,
do apply in secrecy oriented safety, approved as aforementioned in this Article(s) hereunder.
The Party(s') to a State represented by the undersigned Plenipotentiaries undertake to abide by
the rulings of the Standing Conciliatory Committee, and also agree not to proliferate. All space
delivery payloads are to be pre-approved by S-COM, and submitted with flight plan itinerary one
year prior in advance as to account for systems data and flight controls hereinafter.
DESBIC AGENDA

Article VII (Registry of Treaty(s')

1. This Treaty shall be registered pursuant to Article(s') 102, in accordance with the Charter of the
United Nations and to the Republic for which it stands of a Faith inter-alia, under GOD, with the
blessings of honesty and virtue set forth hereby for all to accept thereof herein.
2. In respect of duties or charges of black books and black projects and other, such as escape
clauses as in "Star Based" Internal Command implied, some excerpts of this Treaty are
considered secrecy coded, sensitive TOP SECRET EYES ONLY clearance classification only, as
so the case hereon. This Section reserves a delete from the record as applicable to fundamental
tactically reserved reckoning's of "Star Being ness'" telepathic transmissions and "alleged"
AGENDA'S in the "give and take" aspect of who's calling who a liar hereunder. Reference taken
in the Memoranda and Protocol to this entry and discussion require the Depositary to the U N
Charter, (the United States and the State(s') of Israel), to execute, on a case by case basis a
"proces verbal" code of communication, as to address advise, and call attention to, and give a
special order to only a few, but in like manner arbitrate disputes without shots being fired with the
capability of authenticating whose a side of a matter, it is to say thereto. WE understand a
FLYING SAUCER'S IS NOT A Flip Flop in your details descriptive interpretation OVER AND OUT
to thereon. (Coded: sensitive matter). (Dulce descriptive-PROJECT ALF-1-AQUARIUS-SRI,
Dugway exit entered OUT).

Article VIII (Function)

1. The function of the Depositary, in particular shall be to keep custody of the original text of the
Treaty and keep charge of its Statutes; prepare certified copies in such additional languages as
may be required and transmit the relevant data to the Plentopotentiaries entitled to become
Party(s') of a State, to the Treaty(s'); receive signatures and keep custody of instruments,
notifications and communications relating to it; examine whether the information thereto is in due
and proper form and, if need be, bring a matter to the attention of the State(s') in question; inform
the Party(s') to the State(s') of ratification, acceptance, approval and accession required for entry
into force of the Treaty(s') after it has been recieved or deposited; register the Treaty(s') with the
Secretariat of the United Nations dictates thereby; perform the functions specified within the
framework and Provisionment of the present Convention and the Convention of International
Diplomacy, done at Vienna, May 23, 1969 thereat herein.

Article IX (Anti-Missile Defense)

1. Proceeding from the premise that nuclear confrontation would have devastating consequences
for ever and for all mankind alike; each Party(s') undertake not to deploy anti -ballistic defenses
armed with a nuclear or multiple nuclear warheads as system deploy hereto.
2. Pursuant to the Anti-Ballistic Missile Limitations Treaty, Article XV Section 2., "extraordinary
events" have transpired such as the proliferation of Russia's current arsenal alone estimated to
be, between 20,000 to 30,000 nuclear weapons of fear; of these say 7,000 currently deployed,
4,000 are said to be deployed tactical nuclear weapons of war, and the remaining 10,000 to
20,000 are either in reserve, for sale, on standby for extraordinary alarm herein. Notice is hereby
given including a statement of concern. Anti-Missile laser technology is a way to defend from an
accidental or incidental occurrence without compromising security perspective to non-nuclear
warhead anti-ballistic missile proliferation. In viable standing of Article IV, to this treaty, and with
exception to any nuclear warhead ABM system proliferential, Russia is selling nuclear weapons
anyhow and is endangering the Israelis right to exist unscripted herein therefore the U S
entry is as reasonable withdrawal right assertion; Done on December 30, 2,004 HB CA.92646.
DESBIC AGENDA

Article X (Israel's Right to Exist)

1. The Party(s') agree to recognize Israel's right to exist and see her territorial sovereignty over
greater Palestine as a legal and binding claim thereof. This Treaty shall apply for rights, titles,
deeds, and actions in an affirmative manner suggesting to the U N Security Council
Memberships, and the International Court(s) of Justice, to fulfill in good Faith and interest, and
act in a constructive manner, as to not promote civil unrest or dissolution within the bounds and
perpetual ranks of both respective sociological order's of Palestinian and Israeli society(s').
2. In order to provide maximum security for the Party(s') to the State(s') on the basis of reciprocal
engagement, the office of the Prime Minister, and Prime Ministry Defence, will have final say on
internal security arrangements including limited force zones to the most reasonable extent,
unless mutual qualitative procurement is requested by the offices of the Prime Minister thereat.
3. The Party(s') agree that unless specified by the Administrative Ministering Officials for the
Peoples State of Israel, the Palestinian Enclaves is territory entrusted to the Jewish People's
State, and with this historical bonding consent, the Party(s') further agree to limited and
supervised self sufficiency government process for the Palestinians, which include de-facto
diplomatic association and representation, and semi-independent statehood hereby thereat.
4. Each Party undertakes to ensure that acts or threats of social upheaval, hostility or violence do
not compromise the justice of the peace. It shall be construed that any such leader proscribing to
edify combustive disdainment as to perpetuate violence, are disturbing the peace and will respect
each other's right to live in peace within their legal actionary framework, far and free away from
disdain and dissidence therein.
5. The United States agrees to cancel its trillion dollar, 20 year scheduled manned Martian soil
sampling expedition and while rescinding on the peace dividend unspent fundings; to allocate 6
billion dollars biannual as tributarial supplemental security for the Jewish People's Status-quo; in
and that the sacrifices made by the Hebrew Propagation made it possible for Catholicism to
come of age, and with that age, enlightenment, inventions, industrial revolutions, scientifical
achievement hereby. Pursuant to the Memoranda and said Protocols of this entry, the Peace
Dividend Initiative is a 50 billion dollar biennial answer to disarmament and is an integral part of
this Treaty, for duration of 40 years. The supplementary security funding for the Israelis are to
include a 25-30% sub contractual self-sufficiency program(s) for the Palestinian restoration, jobs
and quality of life assurances in contestant of the fact that the Israeli's will control and administer
the unprecedented peace overture that will dispel notions of dispositionment and uneasiness
within the Party(s') to that State, as called for by the U N Security Council interpretation, with
respect to disarmament Protocols and the Russian question(s) hereunder.
6. The Russian Federation undertakes to employ 5,000 duly sworn officers to protect the
Israelites and offset the nuclear sales implication of Party(s') to the States therefor. The Party(s')
agree to the stationing aspect of Russian soldiers for hires and agree further that the U N
observe and approve personnel, and that these personnel will not be removed unless such an
answer to the disarmament question can be ascertained within the scope of dtente hereto.
7. If, and when, the Treaty(s'), (DESBIC AGENDA, INF, START II and up) serve to subjugate the
aggregate numbers provided for in Article(s) II Section 2 of this entry entered in to force,
December 31, 2,007 and every five years there after, a conference of the Parties to the Treaty(s')
shall be held in Tel-Aviv, the State of Israel, in order to review the operation of disarmament and
the institution of progress thereto. It is also required that at or around these same time tables, the
Party(s') to the Convention(s) convene and assign ordinate accounting's to the Minister of
Religious Affairs, the State of Israel. A report and/or conference no later than January 31, 2,013
and say every 5 years there after is also required to the attention of the Vatican, Secretary of
State in and that a Convention and a State of Revelations within the Pontifical Commission and
the Supreme Pontiff may serve in reverence, to prepare and review authentifications and save, to
the flagrance of the hour, Our Love. In Faith whereof, Done December 31, 2,004 HB CA.
DESBIC AGENDA

Article XI (Disbandment of Nuclear Resources)

1. The Provisions of this Article, in so far as each Party is concerned, shall take due account of
the depletion of oxygen molecules characterized by escaping radioactive nuclear products and by
products, and the field frequency of escaping charged particles accumulated therein.
The Party(s') hereto establish to make Provision, in accordance with this Statute and the
application of this Treaty(s'): to dismantle and decommission all 450 nuclear power plants of
Planet Earth's inter-dependency, on the basis of nuclear safety regulations and the concerns over
security and disarmament to the point of none, 000, incessant with:
(a) A U N that undertakes to subcontract a U S Navy as the principle maritime emergency 911
Policing frequency(s'), also reserves exclusionary, pending extended revisionment(s).
(b) Special fissionable material, when it is used in gram quantities or less as a sensing compo-
nent in instruments used to establish a condition of security clearances thereof.
If exempted nuclear material is to be processed or stored together with nuclear materials subject
to safeguards under this agreement, provision shall be made for such re-application thereto.
2. The recourse and the Subsidiary Arrangements to be made with organizations of the Trust,
(the Depositary), calls for upward of two to near four or more nuclear reactors, commercial or
non-descriptive, per country or Party to a State to decommissionary and disassembly standards
biennially as part of the Subsidiary Arrangements to be agreed upon herewithal.
3. For the discharge of the functions and the exercise of the powers mentioned in the present
Article(s), and pursuant to Article III, Section 3 of the present agenda, a moratorium and
construction ban in the field of nuclear power generation assembly, and nuclear power research
and development for peaceful purposes, entered in to force no later than December 31, 2,007
hereby. Therefore, to promote the objectives and implementations of the Provisionment to this
Treaty(s'), the Party(s') will be advised, on a voluntary basis to dis-engage, or suspend those
reactors that are scheduled to be built, or that are currently under construction hereinafter.
4. Within the framework of paramount consideration, a penalty assessment fee of 12.5 million
dollars, U S/U N, per reactor, biennial, sequentially continual, shall be paid to the International
Organization the United Nations who bear the burden of maintaining International security with
the objective of achieving, as soon as possible, agreement on further measures for the limitations
and reduction and eventual phasing out of the 450 or so reactors. Therefore an assessment
citation is in good standing order, to they who operate any such kind of nuclear fuel services,
and/or abetment conscriptive entruant of December 31, 2,007. Subcontracted maritime services
notwithstanding, pending extended revisionment, would qualify as an exempt thereupon.
5. In view of the contributions the use of nuclear energy has seemed to facilitate, each of the
Party(s') to a State undertake to cease and desist in the supplemental categories of providing
source, and/or fissionable materials such as uranium enrichment for commercial use at plants, or
other purchases and/or purposes we don't sequester therefor. Having regard for a spirit of
sincere co-operative settlement consistent of an order to, ensure accession to this accordance(s),
regardless of whatsoever in each others internal affairs, exportation, importation, for side, let, or
sublet; along with marketing strategies, in and that, all general contracting or sub contractual fine
lines of a specified frequency(s), shall be subject to the penalty assessments, under due process
of Law, as mentioned in the previous paragraph(s) hereon thereto.
6. In order to make a reasonable contribution to the common objective of confidence building, the
participating States accordingly, without the necessity of any special agreement, will come to re-
affirm a Faith in and that radioactivity as specified herein, depletes the oxygen molecules that a
breath of fresh air is a right to pursue as common ends whereof. The existence of any fact which,
if established constitute an anti-equation, is a matter of authorized to have a say. This is ours to
say; take any such actions as may be required to save a people therefor, operating permit
continuances for no later than December 31, 2,012 may reduce penalty 3 fold hereof.
DESBIC AGENDA
Article XI Cont.
Section 7
World Nuclear Power Summary, 2,005
Reactors In Operation in Number of Units

Country

Argentina -------------------4 Lithuania---------------------2


Armenia---------------------1 Mexico------------------------3
Belgium----------------------8 Netherlands------------------1
Brazil-------------------------3 Pakistan----------------------4
Bulgaria----------------------5 Romania----------------------1
Canada----------------------15 Russia------------------------38
China-------------------------15 Slovakia-----------------------8
Czech Republic------------6 Slovenia-----------------------1
Finland-----------------------5 South Africa------------------3
France-----------------------61 Spain------------------------- 10
Germany--------------------22 Sweden-----------------------11
Hungary---------------------4 Switzerland-------------------5
India--------------------------23 Taiwan-------------------------9
Iran---------------------------2 to 3 Ukraine------------------------18
Israel--------------------------1 Undisclosed-------------------5
Japan------------------------60 United Kingdom-------------34
Korea North----------------1 to 3 United States---------------106
Korea South----------------22 Total Estimated-----------460
DESBIC AGENDA

Article XII (International Waters)

1. For the purpose of this Convention: the "area" refers to International Waters and the sub-space
within its jurisdictional limits; the same as "external waters" herein. The sovereignty of a coastal
State, or a land locked State extends to the sub-space referred to as territorial sea. Except where
otherwise provided for in this Article, the standing domain to the sub-space of internal waters, or
territorial seas is 12 nautical miles, subject to the conditions of this Provisionment, and 200
nautical miles from the points of geological reference and/or submergence within the reaches of a
shoreline in contestant to objective trespass thereof.
2. To collaborate more effectively for the greater utilization of International Maritime Security, Support and
Service thereto, a sub contractual award shall be entered as Duly handed down to the United States
Navy and Marine Corps. The award shall be accompanied by a supporting opinion, which shall be
adopted by a majority resolution in the chambers of the Secretary General's, United Nations. Subject to
the Memorandum of Understanding, the Protocol, and to the agenda for which it stood for, the North
Atlantic Treaty Organization shall act as an inter-compartmentalized componency, hereby therein,
support and service to the U N. The High Contracting Party(s'), (U S Department of Defense), shall rank
and award inter-agency contract services as remedial and supplemental service to meet its growing
needs hereof. Any differences that might arise in regard to the interpretation or execution of the award
shall be submitted to the floor of the General Assembly for a confidence measure resolution whereby the
dissenting arbiter(s) shall have a right to state their grounds for dissention. North East Asia Pacific waters
and within the bounds of the Black Sea co-ordinates thereto, the "charge' d'affaires" to U N may wave
service descriptive as so to agree to the terms and conditions of the Global Maritime Security Act, which
are inclusive of the fact(s):

(a) A U N mandate that assures a principle of multi-latteralism is in force.


(b) U N authorities are on board U S carrier groups and escort ships, co-monitoring
Actively on ship(s), as to establish a program of work.
(c) an open line of International Maritime Communication further the operational status.
(d) reconcerge in the establishment of the International Maritime Committee'(s) thereto.
(e) advise and consent be granted to "motus operandus" status mindful of the vulnerab-
ilities, perspective to the use of U N intermediaries on board.
(f) their exists a need to limit the uncontrollability aspect(s), associated with International
Naval Proliferation, and the threats imposed by the states of combatitive competitive
dangers, as so the nuclear-biological and chemically laden warships go not out to sea.
(g) and need to limit the construction therein, of new transitional navy weapons of attack;
Navy(s') in general terms; restrictions, shipyard construction, maritime patrol within
A designated sub-space of internal waters, unless otherwise permitted thereof.

3. In conformity with this entry as entered, unauthorized usage of a Party(s') to a violation or citation
thereto is grounds for penalty assessments, seizure of a naval flotilla, loss of permanent membership
status-quo to a Security Council in and that, unless otherwise given permission by the U N General
Assembly(s') determined efforts, any vessel deemed to be laden with nuclear, biological, chemical
weapons grade formulations, descriptive to illegal or suspicious cargo herein, shall be inspected and
subject to this Provisionment to the Law of the sea, Charter of the United Nations General Assembly(s)
hereinafter wherefor.
4.In carrying out the foregoing responsibilities, the United Nations Organization of International
Government may annex as an "eminent domain trust", the Pan-American Isthmus, and the Suez Isthmus
hereby; use for the aforementioned purposes, without cost except as provided for in this accounting for a
purpose of orderly transit, accepts the grant of such rights and undertakes to exercise them in
accordance with this Treaty(s') and related agreements hereto thereby.
DESBIC AGENDA

Article XIII (Principles of Exploring Celestial Bodies)

1. The exploration and use of outer space, including the Moon and other celestial bodies
as is scheduled, so is the "manned Martian" soil sampler expedition(s). Of a Faith
inasmuch shall be carried out for the benefit and in the interests of all Party(s') to an
ensignia, imprescriptive of its own rules hereinafter; adjudged in accordance with;
mission control, or in the chamber's of the Secretary Generals, United Nations whereof.
A Party to a controversy over procedures to affirm a Faith for us in the face of distorted
admissions for a charge to an order. Respective of all the duties and responsibilities, that
one trillion dollars brings to the tables that turn a numerical configuration, to that of which
is void of formulation and against the Will of GOD, and Law of relative origination and its
existence, perspective of International Law. Or be it an impermeable and inconsequential
contention of a Truth, inscribed under bitter necessity, out of a Faith and sand, and of
whose it was to say: untangling the rumors hereinafter for a scheduled duration of 20
years, at a 33% touch and go ratio to that of which is here and now; therefore.
2. The Party(s) to the Treaty(s) reaffirm their Faith and commitment in the purposes and
principles as to live in peace with all peoples and all governments, yet here we are
determined to place a higher value on celestial adventurisms then the costs of nuclear
disarmament, associated with the price of patience and virtue herewith.
3. When a Treaty(s) specifies that it is of unlimited duration, or the terms are that of
START II, and is entered into force, as stated, upward through December 31, 2,007, with
exclusionary implication that it role forward toward a START III phase; an earlier or later
act, or fact which takes place, unless it is an act of Nature or Natures Law, hereof, the
breadth of it; a State is obligated to refrain from actions which would defeat the purpose,
or the object of acceptance by the designated instruments of Deposit hereunder thereby.
4. If, in its opinion such non-compliancy constitutes a social order with reasonable
expectations to fulfill a peace dividend initiative wherefor, and rescind on the trillion
dollar unspent funds, in an unalienable figure of conditions, and on behalf of an
international standard of diplomacy, the considerations set forth in this Article is such that
one trillion dollars U S/U N, to that of a 33% percent chance of a homecoming success,
of which is, the going success rate for a manned mission to Mars, to the day this
Testimony was read, in an analogy as wreck less disregard for disarmament, at the fires
of life, with a capital resource which is repudiated therefor. Consistent with this Article(s);
a Party(s) to a Statement will come to understand that virtue less greed lead the weak to
deceive, and could possibly bring the world to its knees hereunder. The present pact is
not in contradiction with any International obligation. This pact shall be open for
accession to all Member States, in and that the emphasis in the aforementioned
Provisionment, is to utilize that trillion dollar adventure shot, as a 50 billion dollar biannual
peace dividend initiative, for a duration of 40 years, within the framework of purpose
before the expiration date of Providence comes crashing on some barricade, to conclude
and derogate from the oxygen supply molecules in a canister and supply company some
Naval Intelligence Operatives thought they were in control under, at Groom Lake;
providing for joint defense, prohibition of atomic, hydrogen, and other weapons of mass
destruction hereinafter thereby. In conformity with the purposes and principles of Global
theater nuclear disarmament, the Party(s) understand to the fullest extent of a
Depositary Signatory status, the consequences of negligible dissention of a charge to an
order, as we come closely now to the last address, advise, and call attention to, and give
command herein thereto.
DESBIC AGENDA

Article XIV (Assurances of Compliancy)

1. The arms subject, to the limitations provided for in this Treaty(s'), shall continue to compromise
a dissolution of order to that of which is a Testament of Will and understanding. The actions and
the proceedings within the subject matter in which verification is mandatory and desirable, in
addition to those specifically mentioned herein, provide a framework for which the Party(s') to the
State shall honor their word of age that has come to a table in a pleading. 2. In and when a
sworn statement as to the Truth of a matter alleges to be established as the facts necessary to
solidify the mathematical void of composition; each Party(s') undertakes, as authorized to make
this verification for and on behalf of the said State. In and when he has read the foregoing
Testimony and as plaintiff, defendant and petitioner in the above entitled actions, agrees and:
does solemnly swear before the Law of the Lord, to reprove and certify under penalty of perjury
that the form of verification by declaration in writing is believed to be a truthful interpretation of an
arbitrarily binding solution to the nuclear and biological weapons question; to know all men by
these presents and such as in the choice of judgment shall lawfully do or cause to be done,
under the authority of this power:

(a) descend upon a mission of nuclear weapons disarmament.


(b) recognize the consequences of false and rhetorical statements under bitter Oath's.
(c) aspire to procedures and dates for relevant matters proposed as appropriate.
(d) undertake not to use deliberate concealment measures to entice and deceive a side.
(e) rescind on the trillion dollar manned Mars shot and consolidate the funding
thereto, as to engage on a constructive optimized quantum resolution conduit.
(f) stand up and be counted and consider the relationship to order with a view to a
"sudden occurrences", perspective of the aforementioned re-assignment of funding.
(g) acknowledge and deliver contracts of assignment to the "On Site Inspection Agency.
and the International Atomic Energy Agency(s'); increase the staff and budget thereto.
(h) consider, as appropriate, proposals for further measures aimed at nuclear energy
disassembly standards and unintended interference.
(i) notice how, where and when to go about initiating a Convention of diplomacy
contentious of the fact, insignia's to a Marquee are suspect States unless otherwise
cleared by security overtures in "Star Based Internal Command".

3. The Party(s') will continue to pursue negotiations, in accordance with the principles of averting
the risk of an outbreak of nuclear confrontation within the wave of independent pre-emptive
operatives thereby. For the purpose of providing assurance of compliancy, a standing full-time
Multi-national sentry detail, consisting of upward and to 150 monitor-guardsmen per post, shall
be stationed: at nuclear weapons facilities, designated procurement zones whereby multi range
nuclear missiles and launchers may operate notwithstanding thereupon; any space within a
particular course of support and procedure, such as a base, inoperative to, operative deploy
ability in and that as may facilitate a launch, or a missile flight principle condition thereby; missile
silos with specific emphasis on destroying the warheads, as is cause of action therefor; entrance
and exit positions where nuclear or biological weapons are being readied for, in concurrent with,
thereto; all 450 nuclear energy reactors, in as much as where expent fuel rods are cured; specific
reckoning to France's germ and nuclear threats, to an all in lack luster business sense's, and
nuclear acceleration facilities; the same as for Germany, Belgium,, the Swiss, Japan's
defoliancies; East and West Europes theatre nuclear missiles of long trajectories off course and
on standby; and of all the nuclear technology shared and share alike, the United Kingdom of
Great Britain; Spain, South Korea, the U N insignia's to a diplomatic intention, off the mark, but
not forgotten; the U S , the Russian Federation, and her neighboring relationships and the loose
caches of nuclear explosive detonation devices, and other, with due regard for capitalistic virtues
and the ticking time bombs waiting patiently forever; now we're at the secret locations of
Kazakhstan hitherto. Standing fully manned, and full time, and visa versa in and though exspent
fuel rod storage and highly radioactive waste reclamation accumulation, is giving and granting
requisite for all intents and purposes to a Convention thereby whereto.
Protocol

This Protocol is an integral part of this AGENDA, and of this Treaty(s') and shall enter into force
on the date of entry into force of the Treaty(s') and shall remain in force for an unlimited duration
pending sound extension and revisionment(s). As provided for within the Provisionment of the
Treaty(s'), the Party(s') may agree upon such additional measures as may be necessary to
improve the viability and the effectiveness of disarmament and the related terms thereupon. The
Party(s') agree that, if it becomes necessary to make changes to the conditions of a
Provisionment to this Treaty(s'), the substantive interpretation was to the point of 0,000 nuclear
and 0,000 biological warheads, as, and/or relating devices, were to be the common and level
sound approach that was grounds not to have been forsaken; along with 000, nuclear fuel
reactors, except as prohibited as Naval Global Enforcement Duty(s'). In the occasion of upgrade,
extend, revisionment, detractions, and aesthetic settlement of contents, It is advised that non-
nuclear powers have a say in this matter as to descend upon an unbiased Commissionment to
reach an accord on such changes, without resorting to the procedure of making amendments to
the interpreted principles hereto thereupon.

DONE at Huntington Beach Ca. 92649 on January 03, 2,005; one copy in the English language
text as officially authentic.

FOR THE UNITED STATES THE PARTY(S') TO THE STATE


OF AMERICA THE UNITED OF NUCLEAR POWERS:
NATIONS NY:

Protocol on Procedures Governing the Disarmament


Agreements and Relating Agenda's Of Disclosure
And Strategic Command and Control Specification
Pursuant to and in implementation of the Treaty(s') between the Depositary Signatures, the
Plentopotentiaries, and other Independent Insignia's to a Marquis, and the United Nation's
Headquarters N Y on the Strategic Arms Reductions and Nuclear Energy Terminates
Accordance, (STARNET-A) Descriptive Encode in "Star Based" Internal Command, (DESBIC),
the Articles of Genetic Disclosure, Discovery and Appeal(s)-(DESBIC AGENDA) the standard of
Protocols and their relative description, HAVE AGREED AS FOLLOWS:

DESBIC AGENDA & THE

RELATED PROTOCOL
PROTOCOL-

HAVE AGREED AS FOLLOWS;

Article 1 (Databases)

1. To promote the objectives and implementations of the Provisions to this Convention, all
insignia's to a Marquis, be they independent or clandestine in "motus operatus", shall be bound
by this Testament, and for the purpose of verifiable conclusion, the establishment of a data base
Committee whereby the United States in Support and Service to the United Nations and Atlantic
Treaty Organization, referred to hereinafter as U S S' U N A T O, may collaborate to promote well
calibrated abstracts of contingencies thereto. The Commission is to act as an inter-
compartmental Agency and provide secrecy coded quantifiable data as follows:
(a) the United States Joint Chiefs of Staff and Administrative Branch--Top Level Priority A
(b) the United Kingdom--secondary predetermined Top Level Priority B
(c) the Russian Federation-- Senior Co-Administrative Level Priority Clearance B
(d) the United Nations Chief Military and Administrative Officials--Top Level Priority B
(e) China--Senior Level B
(f) India---Senior Level B
(g) Israel--Senior Level (A to B)
(h) Japan--Senior Level** B
*(i) NATO Headquarters, Chiefs of Staff, (multi-national) Joint Administrative-Security B
(J) All other insignia's to a Marquis subject to a need to know" condition Priority C to F

Article 2 (The Principals)

2. The above mentioned embodiments of governing principalities shall be referred to as the


Principal's, and/or the Party(s') to a State(s); or Party(s'); and/or the United Nation's Atlantic
Treaty Organization hereby. The Party(s') to this Treaty reaffirm their Faith in the purposes and
principles of national and International sovereignty, to a declaration of Charter governments
unscripted in the past Signatures on file at the United Nation's Descriptive Coded here as.

Article 3 (The USS U N and Celestial Claims)

3. Pursuant to its responsibilities under the Charter of the League of Nations, the United
Nation's shall submit to the present charges in observance of the Provision descriptive and inter-
planetary extra-terrestrial questions of celestial aerodynamic properties and activities herewith.
These reports may include particulars of decisions and recommendations whereby relevant
information has previously been furnished to the United Nations decompartmentalized study
reference to an event of alpha-scientific preconceived notions of Law, to do with governing
principles of unidentified flight operatus and the responsibilities of a receiving State, whereas
accommodations are made regularly to an inner and outer space condition and an entity(s')
intimidating universal respect for human embryological function, achieved as a condition of give
and take and flight performances endowed by a political, cultural, economic and moral right to a
condition absorbed and sub coded as hereinafter whereof; a Secretary General's shall falsify
another specialized agency to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its application of alien
framework unintending, as appropriate, a Truth to seek in and though the sentence will
unbalance the changes in certain strategic situations of concern hereby thereupon.
PROTOCOL- 4

Article 1 (Disposal of Warheads)

1. To promote the objectives and implementation of the Provisions of this Convention, the
Party(s') shall agree upon procedures for safe disposal and elimination of nuclear materials from
dismantled warheads and excess stocks. For the purpose of providing assurances of disposal,
the obligation shall require that each Party destroy its warheads as provided for, in compliance
with the aforementioned procedures. The U S On Site Inspection Agency, (OSIA), and the
International Atomic Energy Agency(s'), (IAEA), shall be entitled National and International
technical means of verification in a manner consistent to that of which is generally recognized as
principles of International Law hereof. If, in the event no certain failsafe method exists to
terminate these 35,000 indicated arsenals, to that of which would pose a greater unexplored
and/or uncontrolled risk, in the face of ecological desecration hereby, the subject of International
long term standing sentry duties must be seriously considered until a means of transporting these
contingencies to the dark side of the moon becomes a category of unanimous consent hereby
thereto.

Protocol 5 (Naval Proliferation)


Article(s) 1

1. In order to consolidate good relations between the Nuclear and Non-Nuclear Power's on the
open seas, and the far corners of the earth's inhabitants it shall be necessary to facilitate an High
Standing Order whereby Aircraft carrier's, with a capability of landing fixed winged aircraft, in
Addition to the descriptive assigned; shall not exceed, as follows:

I. C. Strategic Naval Class Limitations

(a) Aircraft carrier--------------------------40,000 tons standard aggregate displacement


(b) Battleships------------------------------40,000
(c) Cruiser Class Warships------------- 12,500
(d) Destroyers-------------------------------04,000
(e) Frigates Armed W/Torpedoes------03,500
(f) Amphibious War Ships-------------- 06,500
(g) Missile Patrol Boats------------------ 03,500
(h) Special Warfare Crafts---------------03,500
Protocol

Article 2

In line with rights, duties, and awards to the United States Navy-Marine Corps in exercising its
global enforcement obligations, all shipbuilders and all insignia's to a Marquis shall not exceed
the aggregate postulation standards aforementioned in this Article. The aggregate numbers
provided for shall be initiated no later than December 31, 2,012 and special permission from the
U S S' U N must be given to all and all, who come to call for an Aircraft Carrier of any such
contract projection to be constructed, as is the same for Ballistic and Attack Submarines or
Submersibles, by permission only, subject to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff's
authorization and his agency, in order to assure protection and service thereto. In accordance
with the provisions of this Article, the Party(s') shall agree to the limitations provided for in this
agreement(s). Any such breach of what can be unanimously construed as impositionment of
Law, shall be subject to excessive fines, detention and/or suspension of permanent membership
status to the Security Council U N, (if -applicable), in and that the Law enforcement authorities as
a matter of Protocol and principles agree that as long as there are nuclear, biological and
chemically laden ships going out to sea, the arms subject, and the balances of security, remain a
highest priority. Respective to the subcontracting waivers for service in the Northeast Asia Pacific
regions and the Black Sea region of co-operative engagement(s) thereon; pursuant to the
Provisionment set forth in Article XII of this agreement hereinafter.
Protocol 6

Article 1 (Network Communication)

1. The Party(s') undertake to notify each other through the diplomatic channels of the United
Nations, or by direct communication access to the charge d'affaires ad interim, or a diplomatic
Head of the Mission, in the event of an accidental, unauthorized, or any other unexplained
incident, such as launch code piracies, and incidents considered a possible breach of security
thereto. Counterpoint espionage in launch code accessibility, and/or attempts, along with
nuclear warheads being made available for purchase, as so to report, in and that the threats
imposed by nuclear fuel enrichment proliferation is a cause of legal action and an obligation of
conveyance as to rectify hereof. The Provisions of the present Convention are without prejudice
to any obligation which may arise taken in conformity with the disarmament Protocol.
In and that each Party undertakes to maintain and improve, as deemed necessary, it's existing
organizational and technical obligatory arrangements, so as to protect any such informants'
who do come forward to reveal the actions, activities, and/or whereabouts of such an event of
sabotage or dissidant factions thereto. The United Nation's Organization, Charter of Global
Government shall act as a receiving State whereby the Secretary General's' quarter may permit
and protect the freedom of the communication on the part of the Consular Post if a breach of
security is being reported. If as so, corresponding testimony to a violation or act of retaliatory
preemptivity, shall be anticipated from time to time, regard fully so, in effect thereto; and shall, for
the most part, be considered or taken, as factual, if reported from a Consular Post headed by an
Honorary Consul General Officer hereby thereto.

Protocol 7 (Understanding Laws of Nature)


Article 1

1. As a common standard of achievement, and to secure the blessings of pro-creation, we come


to understand Love. Love; Love is a word of human rights and a side of safety to those who come
endowed with reason and consciousness. In another way we come to understand self realization,
in and that, so shalt thou do unto other's, breach thoughts, as shall be done unto thyselves
hereunder.
Understanding that of which is of paramount importance, perspective of a higher power, to that
which an equal opportunity of give and take in the fields of development should be made uniform
through continuous cultural emergence thereinafter.
Holy is the Law of Nature, and water that flows down the River Nile. Within the insignias of
colorfast and common approach, and to promote and approve rules and limitations regarding the
exercise of equal opportunity status quo; all Party(s') to the Treaty(s') undertake, and undersign
in conformity to this entry, that there be no such transgender orientation, or transgenetical
intransigencies, in Faith whereof in accordance with the statutes of Carnal Knowledge inscribed
and assigned to the Vatican and His Holiness The Pope(s), thereof to that end thereto.
Nothing in this Article shall be interpreted as affecting the unalienable rights of a naturalized
Universally accepted common standard of genetic respect and consistence to the vise and virtue
connotation inscribed for a purpose of understanding love and survival. From the Halls of
Montezuma, to the research and development whereabouts of such a sector 4 at Groom Lake.
In and that once more: their shall no man shall lie unto Mankind as with womankind it is
abomination thereto; and a visa versa; furthermore it is mutation; it is an anti-equation; it's when
you don't, can't, or won't, see eye to eye for a fight; in furtherance, that of which is of great
importance, like this current detail descriptive, becomes a "blind spot", or an I won't know and
don't see; for the purpose of de-generating and using nuclear ammunition; was told thereby. This
Article calls for a Moratorium on transgender infidelity, by and for the U N Secretary General's
quarter for the full realization of an pledge to affirm a Faith whereof hereupon.
Protocol 8 DESBIC AGENDA TREATY(S)

Article 1 (Stellar Diplomacy)

1. In the absence of a specific destination within a sector, or in cases where priorities are
ambiguous, in and though specific Ops approval is required, the universal laws such as, "we
come in peace and goodwill", implies in the event of a saucer module captain's May Day. From a
time traveled, and of he who tried to warn a people of a coming nuclear isotopic specific
condition; in and that, through a network of molybdenum-jacketed triphase wave guides, which
distribute a field of energy operated within a controlled differential of integrity real-time subspace
field generation hereof, the Head's of a Mission(s) are to have considered taken up diplomatic
directives as well as interpretation and compliancy(s'), to serve as designated junior officers
during crisis situations, as is in such a scenario as when rules required a specific mission of
providing atmospheric integrity, with all due regard to aerodynamic properties and Stellar physical
credentials whereto thereof.
2. Except as concerns etiquette and precedence, the Party(s) to a DEF-CON-5 shall promote
hospitable acknowledgement to a receiving Status-quo, and ascertain by all viable means, the
Star Elder question; in and though, how secret do we need it to be with all due consideration to
that which is of oxygen molecules depleting to the present Statute of limitations hereof?
3. Whenever a Treaty or convention specifies to authenticate our presences as real in order to
arbitrate disputes without shots being fired, so to say; within a descriptive encoded, the size of a
mission is advised to be kept within four highest ranking able-bodied ambassadors to a State
herewith therein. File photography is shown and recorded preferably in medium resolution and is
centered on gravity wave lengths of a pledge and a certain Truth(s) to seek, in an order of a
charge(s), and a Treaty(s) to treat, and if as necessary, to question a people who:

(a) bury their problems burdened by cargo theyll never unload, notwithstanding.
(b) appropriated 1 trillion dollars to pretend that we are not here in existence, evolution.
(c) side wind like cobras shunning danger, in the face of distorted admissions thereto.
(d) are abuses of claravoincy masters, performing in sideshows to see a side of fate.
(e) cry wolf in sheeply clothes on the innocent and elderly concerning Law degrees as so.
(f) are relatively a mark of the beast anti-equation to the subject matter of disarmament?
(g) for heavens sake, pretended the faces on the maps never exist anyhow.
(h) raise hell, just for the hell of it, so shall be uninhabitable the landscapes of powers.
(i) subscribe to carnal transgender degeneration, mutation, without a sense of shame.
(j) walk inside a circle of danger just to step outside a line of conformity, for a side of
Truth.

4. If a Party to a State of the United Nations consorts, consents or has forged an alliance with
Star Elder Being ness or Space travelers, or other descripts of higher intelligence other than
non-supernatural Homo-Sapiens modern Mankind, the receiving Party to that State are to
undertake to bring to the attention of the Secretary General(s), in a report, file footage and/or a
special invitation to receive instructions and accurate conveyance of orders, analyses and
opinions so that it may be applied inasmuch to the paramount necessitation of nuclear
disarmament inasmuch as the questions may be redressed therein hitherto.
5. If as a result of applying the Provisions of this Chapter, serious discrepancies emerge and
occur over a sector of theater implicated submergences in secret agendas that are void of
formulation to the survival of mankinds existence and for the planet and time reference that is
known as Earth, then the Secretary Generals quarters are to consider this Treaty as Official as
can be, delivered by they who come from the stars thereto. In the event that such an occasion
comes to light or of timely manifestation thereto, all reasonable Party(s) to a State are to submit
such an encounter to the Global Political Institution, care/of: Scientific Commission, Secretary
General United Nations NY thereby for evaluation hereunder whereupon.
PROTOCOL VIII Black Pages

(Groom Lake Sentry Detail


Black Restricted Coded)
Article 1 (Stellar Diplomacy) (This Section is Coded)

1. Although the best known base said to be operated (at least partly), by "Star Elders", is area 51;
Groom Lake Condition Absorb types of research and developmental oxygen and supply
companies are reputed to be scattered throughout the United States and various ensign's to a
status quo. The unexplained occurrences of "chupacabre" activity(s') is a result of a chemical and
natural in balance of dietary sustenance, or cannibalistic eating habits of man, women and child.
Noting that; meat & dairy consumption leads to transgender infidelities, in and that cardinal and
mortal sinning within general specimen sample blood work may eventually be scaled down to a
multimode operational matrix; nevertheless; by this Treaty(s') regard for a distress signal as
stated hereinafter, from time universe pixxels, in carrying on in time space travels, each leader to
a Party of a State to a United Nation's Assembly(s') shall be informed that they have come to an
universal antipas, and we did not go to authenticate their presence enough in a way that would
indicate to with this light, to all men by these premises, as to aesthetically utilize us/they, to
arbitrate disputes without shots being fired, so to say thereupon. (arbitrational access evaluated).
2. Primary operational control of the Israeli Galaxy Class Starships is provided by the Main
Bridge, located at the top of the saucer module usually on deck 1+. Every Star by name is Israels
today. Sir. Sir: This Treaty not only implies but denounces the 5 and other Permanent
Memberships to a Secretary's nod, and/or heard, that we (mankinds), are not only visiting
human embryological inexcusability, but as Star people we were here for the most part, all the
while, and dwell within the planets as within a blink of star dust clusters somehow about it; and
that most all the leader's mortally and or cardinally errored, and thats why you didn't, and won't
cease and desist with nuclear intolerable fuel service and abetment anti-equations, in and though
this is not your average solicitor general whose field frequencies are coming through light, and
are speaking to all people telepathically through the maps of Africa and through light. But you all
said let's go the devils way to me. And I'll always have been right no matter what your status quo
may be; black as the print on the New York Times lies. Expiration date is 80 years for the
multitudes from the year 2,000, because you all lied about this specific mention of Article VIII
Section 7, and you all anti-Christ the situation; so you are not going to get reincarnated to
something you can ever think about let alone as being a future plane of challenging earthly
existence; because you disrespected me and us to our faces bold faced as can be. You take that
E mail pal? Be clandestine black then, and slick as oil, double agents on a mission; not dramatic
or crude though, or its still and still; that goes for everyone and every thing thats human and than
some, 80 till you are no more existence; I saw it happen every time- in time futures scenarios
too; I was also taken to the big bang creation, and up in 1962; but anyone without a grain can say
I won't be here 80 years. Now the Joint Chiefs of Staff need to be slick for they, not too slick
though. And dont rest judgment with all the leading news anchors, 85% killers with other
Revelations on their agendas and all the clergy, the same problem. Theyre easily your friend.
That's why I call they the anti-Christ. So when this was breaking news, like everybody said to:
"let's go raise hell, and to hell with me and it, because they disrespected the U S Military
establishment. How are you ever going to make it right and pay back your debt? Ill still take the
growing ranks in; but Im not really a toy E mail partner, its not a crime to stand up and be
counted when we are global telepathic Protocol; that means the Russians and everyone whos
anyone can fancy wild notions of what dishing the dirt; and of they with other Revelations of their
own can sight. I ordered you to invoke a U N 12 year term limit moratorium both administrations,
in the Security Council on dictatorships. But you disobeyed me and disrespected me to my
presences and now look what you sewed. No hard feelings DoD; Sir. Straighten it out then. (The
representations conveyed herein are not necessarily that of the sponsors thereto)
Protocol9

Article 1 (Kashmir Conditions)

Noting with satisfaction; appreciation was expressed for Pakistans initiative in


participating in a results oriented dialogue with India to a view for resolving all
outstanding dialogue, in a choice of judgment and legal actionary framework and of the
advice and consenting opinion of this entry.

Recognizing that, the best of all intentions was yet to be instilled;

Reaffirming the commitment(s), of the International stand on Kashmir territorial


claims;

For the purpose of the Law; under Declaration and Order dispensing with Findings of
the Court relating to the claimants Filing of Petitions and Grantee of Title deeds:

By The Peoples State of India VS.


(A)

(B) The Sovereign Republic of Pakistan

Name of Claimant A Name of Claimant B


Petitioner Petitioner-Respondent

STATE OF ISRAEL by the Peoples Republic of Pakistan


United Nations New York Name of Claimant B
10017, USA Respondent
Appellate Department of
The World International Courts--Arbitrator
Protocol
9

Article 1, Record of Transcript and Ad judgment


UNCONTESTED PROCEEDINGS
Bureau of Manhattan Clerk: Will follow local court rules; Clerk waives for Petioners
A and B, Power of Attorney Military Entered; Clerk waives Notice of hearing to
attorneys available for conciliation; The Joint Chiefs of Staff concur in the absence of
Law a State and Statements
Entered on The World International Court of Justices, behalf; a decree of default on
the property and encumbrances has been entered as Procedure.

Notice of Entry of Judgment


By virtue of Declaration under this Petition, Resolution and Military Coded Secrecy
docket # N507 Subtitled Protocol Article 9 to the DESBIC AGENDA (Descriptive
Encode);
The People for the Planitia Earth find Kashmir as the State of Indias to SAY.
What is now Pakistan in prehistoric times was?
The Indus Valley Civilization (c. 2500-1700 B. C.); Pakistan and India agree to cease
hostilities and respect the Oath and findings of this Entity(s) behalf and legal actionary
framework thereto. Perspective of seniority mass assessments, 25% withholding, give
and take, title holders consideration, would be a ready reserve, advisable, hereby thereat:

Judgment for the State of India


To be entered into force by 31 December 2,012

It is our opinion that compliance extends to irregular placements in any action of


military service, in a matter of the State of the United Nations, a Party to this
proceeding and all foregoing instruction regarding the armistice agreement
hereof whereby the commanders of the opposing sides shall order and enforce a
complete cessation of all their military forces, supplies, and equipment from the
demilitarized zone(s) so as to facilitate an attainment of a civilized, and uniform code
of mental and psychiatric standards therein. Each Joint Observer Team of the
Military Armistice Commission(s) shall adopt such rules of procedures as it may,
from time to time, deem necessary as to settle through negotiations of this Armistice
Accordance, an order to comply with: at the present time, Joint Chief General Richard
Article 2 (Entry of Armistice Advisors)
(Continued)

Myers peace strategy and projection of space based accepted protocol; whose
credentials and distinctive opinion(s), shall not be construed as so, to resurrect
sleeping
cells or disrespectful connoisseurs of civil disobedience, to the charge of im-
placable opponents, as so to provide for a common defense analogy therefore;
In furtherance of the aforementioned disclosure, all memberships are considered
bonded by the US Department of Secret Services thereto wherefore The United
Nations Depositary Charter of Administration is insured by security guarantees
of proxy, association, or coded descriptive embodiment, as Party to this proceeding
for better or for a reasonable opinion of what constitutes a just cause of action;
The under signatory affidavit and support of a peace program is scheduled to roll
in to effect, in concurrence to the 5 year follow up defacto phases of START II and
beyond, as so, 31 December 2,012 is the very latest calendar demand and timetable
for the reunified State of India and Pakistan to settle and adjust, for the treatment
of the Kashmir question? Herein therefore no later than six months to the above said
time reference, so shall, for the most and defacto part, the Pakistani Military and
Administrative authorities have been, or should ever be somewhat reasonably yielding
To that end under signed of a; Wisdom is better than strength thereto:

Depositary under Signatory


INDIA X
Date____________ ____________________________________

Respondents under Signatory

Pakistan X
Date_____________ ____________________________________

WITNESS
Date_______________ _____________________________________

DONE IN FAITH WHEREOF; HB. 92649 USA


UNITED NATIONS 10017, NEW YORK USA
ISRAEL AGREES TO INSURE THE DEPOSIT
IN THE EVENT OF AN ABSENCE OF COURT FINDINGS
Protocol 10
Article 1 (Cypress Dispute)

1. To speak a word in due time; the things which eyes have seen, utter not hastily in a quarrel: lest
afterward thou mayst not be able to make amends. Treat thy cause with thy friend, and discover not the
secret to a stranger; Grace and friendship deliver a man. Prepare thy work and diligently till thy ground:
that afterward thou mayst build thy house hitherward.
Having considered the reports: and relevant to particular resolutions to facilitate monthly meetings of
political party representatives from both sides; the question still remains to be settled as to which Party is
more entitled to exclusive rights of sovereign over the provincial island.
Recognizing that the best of all intentions is yet to be discerned; and prescriptive of a firm decision, under
Declaration and Order, dispensing with Findings of the Court pertaining to the joint filing of Petitions and
improverbial claims;

For the purpose of a Law in the foregoing entitled cause of actions:


By the Hellenic Republic of Greece
Name of Claimant A and Petitioner

Vs.
The Republic of Turkey
Name of Claimant B and Respondent

STATE OF ISRAEL
United Nations New York
10017, USA
Appellate Department of
The World International Courts

Record of Transcript and Ad judgment

UNCONTESTED PROCEEDINGS
Bureau of Manhattan Clerk: Will follow local court rules; Clerk waives for Petitioners A and B, Power
of Attorney , Military entry encoded for a cause thereto,; the Clerk waives Notice of a hearing to attorneys
available for reconciliation; The US Joint Chiefs of Staff concur in the absence of Law, a State and
statements entered on the World International Court of Justices, behalf, on the matter of a decree of
default on the aforementioned property and encumbrances, has been entered in for a record as Procedure:
Protocol 10 (Article 2)
Notice of Entry of Judgment:
By virtue of Declarations under this above and
entitled decision, Resolution and Military Coded Secrecy docket # N507 Protocol, Article 10, of DESBIC
AGENDA, (Descriptive Coded), is as follows: The Greek Government and the people for which it stands ,
agree to compensate the Turkish Government 6.2 billion dollars, of which 1.1 billion dollars goes to the U
N , for its role in peace keeping coverages in and though the full title ship deed and Trust is awarded to
the Greek and Cypriot side, whereas Greece is the responsible caregiver and agrees to provide
supplemental security to the minority Turkish Cypriots residing in the balance of a natural new worlds
fertile soil; and agrees further to not discriminate; and to exercise as much equal opportunity for the
Turkish minority within the guidelines of acceptability, to they of who are of administrative consent, as to
recognize an up to 20% eventual ratio growth, whereby a degree of naturalization maybe expected
hereunder thereto. The Greek Navy and People to the Republic for which she stood, also undertake not to
deploy missile batteries of any sort on, or within 200 nautical miles of mainland Turkey; and the same goes
for Turkey, and both alliances undertake to cease and desist all hostilities, taking in to consideration the
notes of Trust administered as remuneration hereof be recieved no later than December 31, 2,012 in and
that the military commanders of Turkey relinquish their positions no later than 3 to 6 months prior to the
date that this Treaty goes into effect: December 31, 2,012. This decision is formal and final thereto.

Protocol 10
Contd.

Article 3 (Cypress Dispute)

Notice of Entry of Judgment


We the people for the Planitia Earth for a Charter to a United Nations Assembly, have come to agree and
undertake to discern and respect the Oath and pledge to reaffirm commitment and inter-planetary goodwill
to a choice of judgment and legal actionary framework whereas the Plenipotentiaries have agreed to stand
beside and guide the decision entered as of record to this age of enlightenment weve come to see hereby
therefor;

Judgment for the Hellenic Republic of Greece


The Colonized Island of Cypress herewith:

To be entered into force by 31 December 2,012

DONE IN FAITH WHEREOF IN HB. 92649 CA. USA


UNITED NATIONS 10017, NEW YORK USA March 30, 2005
ContinuedArticle 3 (DESBIC AGENDA TREATY)

Protocol: 10 The Undersigned Plenipotentiaries


Agreed:

Depositary under Signatory(s), for Greece:-

Dated________________________
______________________________

Dated________________________
_____________________________

For Turkey
Respondents under Signatory(s) Dated -------------------------------------------

------------------------------------- ------------------------------------------------------------

_______________________ ____________________________________

IN WITNESS WHEREOF HEREBY:

Dated___________________ ____________________________________

_________________________ ____________________________________
Protocol 11

Article 1 (Kuril Islands)

Convinced that the system for freedom of trade is our responsibility, and limitations,
prohibitions, or restrictions are an essential foundation to reinforce the links between the
general conditions of peace and security;

Conscious of the favorable national treatment of nuclear weapon designs with respect
to trade and economic salutations of the Party(s) to a State of nuclear proliferation, and
the concept of originating products for the purpose of co-operative interests indecise;

Inspired by a common determination to promote understanding among our people; in


existence, special service star based intellectualities whereof a Faith be established
thereupon; forasmuch as, an assumed higher power under God hereinafter thereat;

Determined to provide for a common action on the part of those States in the event of
a dispute, and to prevent possible cause of difficulties, as so to ensure the pacific
settlement of dialogue whereby a solution to the International Community(s) position, or
side to the above entitled arbitrator; as such, may be resolved herewith a results oriented
mutual consent decree and Order, dispensing with Findings of the Court;

For the purpose of the Law hereby relating to the claimants Filing for Petition and
Grantee of Title deeds:

By; The United Russian Federation, (The Republics For) VS.


(A)

The Provincial State and Republic For Japan


(B)

Name of Claimant A Name of Claimant B


Petitioner Respondent Petitioner Respondent

STATE OF ISRAEL-Arbitrator
United Nations New York 10017, USA
Appellate Department for:
The World International Court(s) of Justice
Protocol 11 Article 2 DESBIC AGENDA TREATY

Record of Transcript and Ad judgment

ARBITRATION TRIBUNALS

In the Matter of Arbitration of:

The 4 Kuril Islands and Statute of the Archipelago


Entitled Kunashir, Iturup, Shikotan, and Habomais

UNCONTESTED PROCEEDINGS
Bureau of Manhattan Clerk: Will follow local and International court rules; Clerk
understands the waiver procedure and agreed to acknowledge Power of Attorney(s), for
Claimant and Respondents A and B in and that there be no interference, as military
security enforceable entry in secured, as follows: Clerk(s) acknowledgment is
discretionary, and Notice of hearing is waived herein by attorneys available for
conciliation.

The foregoing application The States of Israel agreed to formalize our Protocol, which is
an integral part of the Treaty(s) agenda thereto. The Joint Chairmanship for the U S
Secret Services along with the FBI and S 4 installation Commandos concur: If in the
event their exists an absence of Law, the State and statements for the under signatory
U N Charter shall be guaranteed by U S marshals and a U N system pursuant to
CHAPTER II, Articles 34 and 35 for The Statute of the International Court(s) of Justice
hereunder therefore; a decree of default on the property and encumbrances has been
entered as Procedure whereby:

Notice of Entry of Judgment

By virtue of Declaration under this Petition, Resolution, and Military Code(d) Secrecy
transcription # N507subtitled Protocol Article 11 of the DESBIC AGENDA
(Descriptive Encoded) hereby, in order to form a more perfect union:
Protocol 11 Article 3

Notice of Entry of Judgment

We the people for a United Nations and star based installations, find:
Population density is a consideration, and the expression of trade, particularly in the
ominous fields of nuclear energy, with respect for the nuclear weapons business, is
issues. Japan is required to ascertain a compensation utility, with all due consideration of
the circumstances that lead to warring sides, assessment of $ 6.2 billion dollars to the
United Nations Charter receivable accountings, and the United Nations Secretary(s)
quarters, in entry evaluation, whereby a U N may re-adjust, 5.1 billion dollars to the
Russian peoples State thereto herewith. We the commanders in charge, in the above
entitled cause for arbitration, set the calendar and scheduled date for Japanese re-
unification at no later than 31 December 2,012. The Party(s) to the Treaty(s) undertake
to abstain from any hostile emplacements of military grade explosive devices, within the
confines of least 200 nautical miles of each others relative boundary lines therefore;
The undersigned Plenipotentiaries agree to cease any hostilities, remunerate the
aforementioned assessment award, and to abide by all nonproliferation Protocol
associated with the nuclear armament enchantment business hereinafter therefore:

JUDGMENT FOR THE PROVINCIAL STATE AND


REPUBLIC OF JAPAN***
PENALTY ASSESSMENT REQUESTED

The Plenipotentiaries agree to the terms and conditions of its decision;


The Party(s) to the undersigned also concur to maintain a friendship
relation as before this entry, entered into force:

Depositary under Signatory(s) Dated;


For The Russian Federation

____________________ _______ __________________ _________


_______________________ _________ ______________________ __________

For Japan____________________________ _____________________

______________ ________ ____________________ ____________

DONE IN FAITH WHEREOF U N PLAZA 10017, NEW YORK USA


Protocol
# 12
Article 12 (The Isthmus of Panama)

1. Pursuant of space based Internal Security Clearance procedure, IC. docket N507,
dated February 09, 2,005 commanders in charge of Star Based descriptive
encoded, secrecy instilled; the United States shall be requested par to
reasonable expectation, incessant of the obligations assumed, underwrite the
active utility resource by theses premises for the permanent and neutral oceanic
corridor here fore: the Panama Canal, by reason of entitlement also come to be
called the Isthmus of Panama, and the Pan American water courses therein
whereupon. The United Nations Security Council shall also be requested to
endorse a State of Say as understood, to be an interpretation of policy and actions
necessary to protect legitimate interests in this sphere here withal ascribed
thereupon.
2. Resolved to strengthen the safeguard of peace and liberty by conditioning this
combination of resources in accordance with the principles of stated neutrality be-
tween the various influences of militia status quo and a State of intrinsic emergence.
Intending to dispel obscure and in volute stalemates of various nature from sudden
acquisition of theater ballistics for a purchase order consented to by other insignias to
a Marquis in decisive of fertilizer pestilence to a waken.
Directing their efforts to sanctify a U N subcontracting Mission for common defense
and practical enforcement concern regarding the evolvement and exploitation of
uranium laden warships with fallacies to every piracys need to notice a note at sold.
Mindful of the irregular implacabilitys to every coincidental attempt to decide the
matters at hand within the scope of legal expunge ability therefore.
Have Decided to initiate the application of procedures which shall make it possible
to co-ordinate association to the precepts of star based insignias and an agenda for a
demarkification clause whereupon. You are also ordered to advise, and call attention
to the foregoing Provisions for resource availability, and reserve to disqualify the
existing Convention Organizations, as ad interim de facto, subject to eminent domain
procedures whereby in as much as. When implications of neutral favoritisms to that
of which will become a cause pursuant to Treaty Tlatelolco, and Articles I II and III
of this Treaty, entry into force notice is hereby given, calling for a U N specified and
approved resolution(s), to the forth coming and on going grant of utility rights, titles
and interests of The United States in Support and Services to a United Nations
Depositary of compliancy thereupon. In furtherance for the Panamanian
Convention(s), Commission(s) and Consignments of which were in tact prior to the
entry into force of these inquiries thereupon that day, the Panamanian Canal
trajectories are hereby there as, to be recognized as eminent domain in the Regional
Depositary Provisional Justices of the Denomination of Physical Embodiment(s)
whereby. The neutral balance of arms and nuclear third world agenda is X files
pursuant of radiological frequency output to a charge in I C Security head quarters.
Special attention Def-Con X coded for a black book have disclosed to thereupon so,
initialize the application of defense in a star module as provided under terms thereto.
Protocol 13
DESBIC AGENDA TREATY
Article 1 (Taiwan ROC Issue)
(China and the Korean Issues)

Convinced that the system for freedom of trade is our responsibility, and fearing nothing
more than limitations, prohibitions, and restrictions as the essential foundations to
reinforce the links between the general conditions of a most favored nation stand off
endorsement at the subterfuges of cause; whence so ever Ad Extricate becomes a
common denominate objective, to that of which is the issue of a charge by these
presences wherefore.
Persuaded by the fact that the five permanent memberships to a U N Security Council
are being observed and treated by star people, as the right truth in effective psychiatry, to
that end their lies an answer to the bearer of a true Faith and obedience for the Republic
for which it stands. .Moments of truth undeniably, spoiling the fruit of our wisdom
indescribably, imprescriptive of malevolent instructors good natured will, in and though
deliverable weapons grade means it could be an unknown region of quark nacelle
physical enticement thereinafter whereas.
Distracted by a point of view in the face of distorted admissions to that of which is
playing out just like a movie; a sci-fi as need be, and calls for an underground secret
saucer base installations, an alien entity; a falsified agenda of implacable nay sayers for
elected actors playing out parts for sympathy and beast six reminders of a Love lost, and
forgetting storm as the clock unwinds.; A plot that thickens on a question a people who
bury their highly radioactive waste, burdened by cargo theyll never unload. That
abandon every moral, it was nobodys fault in a State of obligations assumed thereto; A
news bulletin service that rapscallion swift double talks at the drop of a dime; Cant be
removed from the past as we stare at the means and ways to incinerate habitable critical
life systems, wars to forgo, transgender infidelities crying wolf in sheeply clothes on the
innocent and old. Side winding to an earth to unearth the plot as it thickens with every
new day so it doesnt get boring, no more limitations; and virtue less greed lead the weak
to deceive from the futures past of love and war and Cobras shunning danger. Bird to
mouth, snake to grass and that old tale of trickery saved for passers by; dont be
distracted. No distractions, at least we do agree upon one item, Theyve got a million
tricks; every heart is being tested; and no matter where it all began, it begins and ends
with a scream thereby no distractions, dont be distracted by nuclear an-ti matter
objectives and an iron curtains whereabouts.. By this time on the morrow, as distracted as
the civil service branches might appear to be, the civilian masses are surely not to lead U
S Department of Defenses as we come closely now to the China adjust to the business
sense of give and take in the new age of wisdom, so what does that make the
Pliediearthlings expertise and you if its not something to say about getting under
tomorrow, lost in reminders of a charge to a statement of views expressed are not
necessarily those of his sponsors for an escape contraption conjured up for free spoken
words of a Faith whereof exit preamble . Sir.
Protocol 13

Article 2 (Taiwan ROC Issue)


(China, Nuclear Proliferation and the Korean Issues)

A mans mind may make him a Buddha, or it may make him a beast. Misled by error, one
becomes a demon; enlightened, one becomes a Buddha. Therefore, control your mind and
do not deviate from the right path You should respect each other, follow my teachings, and
refrain from disputes The Spirit of Buddha is that of great loving kindness and
compassion. The great loving kindness is the spirit to save all people by any and all means.
BUDDHAS RELIEF AND SALVATION FOR US
The world is a burning house. The people, unaware that the house is on fire, are in danger
of being burned to death so Buddha in compassion devises ways of saving them.
3.
The Contracting Republics:

In the spirit of sincere co-operation, declare that they are prepared to participate in a results
oriented space based psychiatric interrelationship with star people in order to communicate
and take actions necessary to put an end to prevent the inevitable outbreaks of first, second
and third Party nuclear pre-emptive rapture therein; whereby an assessment of re-unification
and Taiwan can join upward to December 31, 2,017, pursuant of the non-proliferation
overtures by China and her surpluses understated to a factual findings in and that supplying
and completely proliferating in nuclear arms trafficking is not in Israels best interest and
China is causing tensions and aggression for a purpose of evil grinning ignorant rejection,
and have no business praying to ICBM trigger happy aspirations of Faith and third world
Mongol retarded want to bees with dirty Russia, the an-ti christs in cahoots and
supportive of Russia , her enemy and close ally depending on how much nuclear business
each other can provide for one anothers common denominates as is the U S A, buying
Russian weapons grade products and by products whose furnaces burn with devilish
disregard of how and what it was to earn a living with star people present during this time of
reckoning and, so what , if disrespect is being shown to they who come from the stars, who
try to tell you that ; its a no, no to buy, sell, and trade in nuclear enrichment commodities;
and if you do that, its only under the condition that it be hospital X-Ray equipment and star
based supervised neocolonial saucer modulated standards, fearing nothing more than anti-
matter magnetic gravity atomics authorized and supervised under a star based codes of
security clearances how now therein. In furtherance to a spirit of sincere co-operation in all
international service and abetments syndicates of nuclear dependencys, acquisitioning, and
the common interest of effective measures taken to stand beside START III, means: The
Nuclear Powers, and nuclear disarmament to the point of , 00,000 postulate contingencies,
stockpiles and attributable warheads of any size or dimension on this path of fate under a
spirit to save all people by any means for doors to open when peace is spoken, and if you do
that; theyll be no more U N joint strike combatative competitive remarksmenship of a
Charter to hold a higher mass and a stronger flag to prevent and prove that mission on and
move that battle line along with ocean breezes out to sea on the edge of a true horizon, the
Party(s) agree to walk within a straight line, and exist within a utopian order hereinafter.
Memorandum of Understanding on Mission Objectives
and Star Based Jurisdiction of the Courts Between The United
States of America The U N and All Nuclear Party(s) to a State

Chapter 1.
All Starfleet personnel are hereby advised that any previous technical documentation
in your possession may be suspect because of an ongoing Starfleet program of
disinformation intended to confound and confuse the intelligence assets of potential
Threat forces. Such documentation, if verily prescribed to be counterpoint to DESBIC
AGENDA and relating Protocol, will be considered condemned and corrupted thereto.

Starfleet has long been charged with a broad spectrum of responsibilities to the life
cycles of the galaxies in and that the volume of explored space continues to grow, the
manifest destiny of modern man is being put to the test. The test and Testimony of our
designated procreation duties range from relative domestic civil missions, to cultural
contact and diplomacy, in the primary mission of exploration and research.

To provide for these objectives, Starfleet Spacecraft Design Advisory Consensus


recommended an Israeli Class legal actionary framework of designated procurement. As
was often the case, we astral projected angelic forces whose presences were necessary to
attain a higher level of understanding and knowledge to they who came before, if it was
so then. Your manifest was directed to survival of a species in a world that we created by
utopian order and the twinkling of starlight, thence fore Faith and sand, and voices that
told us what to say and do is a matter of subject. We did say to understand our say. We
did say we are Love. Love is a way to understand a destination or origin of fate. We did
say transgender infidelity is wrong. Stop that. We did say to cease and desist with nuclear
weapons and atomic energy threats posed to all of us who live and breathe oxygen.
We did not say to deny telepathic communion existed between all of they and you. We
did not say to murder in cold blood and lie in wait to do so. We did say to do unto others
as you would have done unto thyself. We did say this is someone to understand and not
ignore. We did say that when we waive to and from the sign of our Holy Crosses, its the
Holy Spirit of our Lord trying to save them from their devices of weapons graded
plutonium and then. We did say that Steve is suppose to be a handy dandy for the Navies
and the nice Israeli Generals per say. We did say our name is also Israel and we are, or
were, so may it be, a lady. We did see something in your eyes, and that a U S Treasury
note and a special invitation was in everyones personal attention right. We did say a
power of attorney(s) presented a falsification in and then we waive power of attorney on
the behalf of arbitrational access and its values herein therefore.
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Memorandum of Understanding DESBIC AGENDA TREATY

Chapter 3

The Party(s) will consult together whenever, in the opinion of either of them, the
political agendas or security of either of the Party(s) feel they are threatened by armed
aggressiveness, or pre-emptive acts of secondary nuclear status quo to an ensign thereat.
In order to confirm its declaration regarding Russian policy toward the Middle East,
a formal denouncement of ongoing nuclear sales and exploitation is entry to the folder
for which it will decide thereto. The two High Contracting Party(s) agreed before the
Duma and the Senate to disassembly Protocol, and to account for the nuclear ballistic
emplacements; yet both sides have seemed to walk inside a circle, and stepped outside a
line of conformity hereby therefore. In consideration of the fact that START II ad
deployment is behind schedule, to remain silent in view of the obligations assumed, is
counterpoint to the act or faction thereof. In the chambers of the U N General Secretary
Staff, and the USSRS quarter, there are iron curtains that cant be for certain, conspiring
to proliferate in nuclear formulation contingencies thereupon. In accordance to the cold
of the winter, and the heat of the summer, and the aforementioned discussion, attempts
are being made to compromise launch vehicle codes where missile silo emplacements are
housed. For here and now and forever, in the Book of Revelations theres another place
you can go, that we dont talk too much about. Sir. In Star Based Internal Command
Posts their lies the breach of subliminality against the State of Israel and the State of
neutrality on the part of the Russian and the High Contracting Party(s). In furtherance of
military grade explosive resonance, the Peoples State of Israel is suppose to be defended
by the Russian Federations quarter, along with Israels right to exist for here and now
therewithal. Contributing to the exploitation of an understate denial, while proceeding
from the premise of friendly relations with the Vatican and Israel in various aspects to
common precepts of nuclear explosive acquisition ment, is offensive, to therefore; I
categorically. Within the aggregate numbers provided for in Article IX and II of this
documentary, their existed only one sure way to scorch men with fire and brimstone on
this path of fate. As such, deal nuclear weapons grade explosives, to an understate
categorically in denial is wreck less at the fires of life, to a charge. Therefore that of
which is considered peaceful and friendly intentions is ransom demands from hires to that
end; in and though The Party(s) to a State truffle and say its for the best, and, knowing
all too well what a fundamentalist wave of sentencing will believe and compromise, as
we come closely now to the Last Supper. The primary responsibility to achieve the
objective of utopian order is disassembly and the decommissioning of all nuclear energy
services and abetments hereby. In furtherance of a moratorium criteria on the
construction of new reactors; accounting, and safe large scale sentry monitoring oversight
of nuclear, bio-hazardous, and chemical weapons of mass destruction as the purpose and
principals of this Chapter thereby; 31 December 2,017. In another way we come to
understand an agreed upon minute to therewithal of a Faith that you have found,
descriptive encode in Star based Internal Command Posts, to that of which we are, we
are; Life, liberty and the pursuit of truthfulness thereto here withal.
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FINAL PROVISIONS

Signature

The present Convention shall be mandatory of all States Members of the United Nations or of any of the
specialized agencies or of the International Atomic Energy Agency or parties to the Statute of the International
Court of Justice, and by any other State invited or ordered to do so, by the General Assembly of the United Nations
to become a party to this Convention, whose time references are of unlimited duration, at the Federal Ministry for
Foreign Affairs in the State of Israel, and subsequently, at United Nations Headquarters, New York.

Ratification

The present Convention is subject to ratification. The instruments of ratification shall be deposited with the
Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Accession

The present Convention shall remain open for accession by any State belonging to any of the categories mentioned
hereupon.. The instruments of accession shall be deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations.

Entry into force

1. The present Convention shall enter into force on the thirty first of December 2,007 and so shall the date of
deposit of the U N Charter insignias for an instrument of ratification or accession.

2. For each State ratifying or acceding to the Convention after the deposit of the instruments of ratification or
accession, the Convention shall enter into force within the time references as specified as retro effective with
START II as START III, with the notable obligations assigned to all Nuclear Powers and their suspected
sponsoring states, thereby the deposit by such State of its instrument of ratification or accession is assigned to the
United States of America as Depositary underwriter and defendant; and in the case of an absence of Law or an
excuse or submergence in anti-pas; the State of Israel by reason of star based special science selective service
retention, is obligated to perform as the acting authority of this world in the Day of the LORD, not later than 31

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December 2,007 therewithal herein..

Authentic texts

The original of this present Convention, of which the Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish texts shall be
equally authentic and deposited with the Secretary-General of the United Nations shall be made available in all
manor of speech, with all due consideration of the various languages of the U N Memberships, to that end;

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned Plenipotentiaries, being duly authorized thereto by their respective
Governments, have signed the present Convention.

DONE IN HUNTINGTON BEACH CALIFORNIA 92649 USA IN GOD WE TRUST TO OUR FAITH IS WILL
WHEREIN THEREAT

ANNEX

1. A list of conciliators consisting of qualified jurists shall be drawn up and maintained by the Secretary-General of
the United Nations. To this end, every State which is a Member of the United Nations or a party to the present
Convention shall be invited to nominate two conciliators, and the names of the persons so nominated shall
constitute the list. The term of a conciliator, including that of any conciliator nominated to fill a casual vacancy,
shall be five years and may be renewed. A conciliator whose term expires shall continue to fulfill that function for
which he has been chosen; the State of Israel is required to have a say in the event of an uneventful occurrences as
so stated under the following paragraph;.

2. When a request has been made to the Secretary-General under article 66, the Secretary-General shall bring the
dispute before a conciliation commission constituted as follows:

The State or States constituting one of the parties to the dispute shall appoint:

(a) one conciliator of the nationality of that State or of one of those States, who may or may not be
chosen from the list referred to in paragraph 1; and

(b) one conciliator not of the nationality of that State or of any of those States, who shall be chosen
from the list.

The State or States constituting the other party to the dispute shall appoint two conciliators in the same way. The
four conciliators chosen by the parties shall be appointed within sixty days following the date on which the
Secretary-General receives the request.

The four conciliators shall, within sixty days following the date of the last of their own appointments, appoint a
fifth conciliator chosen from the list, who shall be chairman.

In the appointment of an Israeli chairman, or of any other conciliators within the period prescribed above for such
appointment has not been made, it shall be made by the Secretary-General within sixty days following the expiry of

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that period. The appointment of the chairman may be made by the Secretary-General either from the list or from
the membership of the International Law Commission. The Law Commission shall respect the binding and
officially recognized documentation of our word, His LORD, the inscribed Testaments of their Heritages, and the
fact that the Israelis are to be held somewhat accountable if none other then Heaven on Earth is not accounted for
as much as the Justices of the Peace and peace overtures expressed and assigned, are by star elders on this planet in
uniform divisionary supplemental areas of continuity. Any of the periods within which appointments must be made
may be extended by agreement between the parties to the dispute.

Any vacancy shall be filled in the manner prescribed for the initial appointment.

3. The Conciliation Commission shall decide its own procedure. The Commission, with the consent of the parties
to the dispute, may invite any party to the treaty to submit to it its views orally or in writing. Decisions and
recommendations of the Commission shall be made by a majority vote of the five members.

4. The Commission may draw the attention of the parties to the dispute to any measures which might facilitate an
amicable settlement.

5. The Commission shall hear the parties, examine the claims and objections, and make proposals to the parties
with a view to reaching an amicable settlement of the dispute.

6. The Commission shall report within twelve months of its constitution. Its report shall be deposited with the
Secretary-General and transmitted to the parties to the dispute. The report of the Commission, including any
conclusions stated therein regarding the facts or questions of law, shall not be binding upon the parties and it shall
have no other character than that of recommendations submitted for the consideration of the parties in order to
facilitate an amicable settlement of the dispute.

7. The Secretary-General shall provide the Commission with such assistance and facilities as it may require. The
expenses of the Commission shall be borne by the United Nations.

FOR THE

UNITED
NATIONS;----------------------------------------------------------------

FOR THE

STATE OF
ISRAEL;----------------------------------------------------------------

FOR THE USA (Witness and Party to the States aforementioned)

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April 16, 2,005 DESBIC AGENDA Review START II Articles I-VIII


TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
AND
THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
ON FURTHER REDUCTION AND LIMITATION
OF STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE ARMS

(Note: Certain dates and deadlines of the Treaty have been modified by the START II Protocol
signed in New York on September 26, 1997, which is subject to ratification by both the United
States Senate and the Russian Duma. These changes have been incorporated in the following text.)

The United States of America and the Russian Federation, hereinafter referred to as the
Parties,
Reaffirming their obligations under the Treaty Between the United States of America and the
Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive
Arms of July 31, 1991, hereinafter referred to as the START Treaty,
Stressing their firm commitment to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
of July 1, 1968, and their desire to contribute to its strengthening,
Taking into account the commitment by the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan,
and Ukraine to accede to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons of July 1,
1968, as non-nuclear-weapon States Parties,
Mindful of their undertakings with respect to strategic offensive arms under Article VI of the
Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons of July 1, 1968, and under the Treaty
Between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the
Limitation of Anti-Ballistic Missile Systems of May 26, 1972, as well as the provisions of the
Joint Understanding signed by the Presidents of the United States of America and the Russian
Federation on June 17, 1992, and of the Joint Statement on a Global Protection System signed
by the Presidents of the United States of America and the Russian Federation on June 17,
1992,
Desiring to enhance strategic stability and predictability, and, in doing so, to reduce further
strategic offensive arms, in addition to the reductions and limitations provided for in the
START Treaty,
Considering that further progress toward that end will help lay a solid foundation for a world
order built on democratic values that would preclude the risk of outbreak of war,
Recognizing their special responsibility as permanent members of the United Nations Security
Council for maintaining international peace and security,
Taking note of United Nations General Assembly Resolution 47/52K of December 9, 1992.
Conscious of the new realities that have transformed the political and strategic relations
between the Parties, and the relations of partnership that have been established between them,
Have agreed as follows:

Article I

1. Each Party shall reduce and limit its intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) and ICBM
launchers, submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs) and SLBM launchers, heavy
bombers, ICBM warheads, SLBM warheads, and heavy bomber armaments, so that [seven
years after entry into force of the START Treaty] no later than December 31, 2004 and
thereafter, the aggregate number for each Party, as counted in accordance with Articles III and
IV of this Treaty, does not exceed, for warheads attributed to deployed ICBMs, deployed
SLBMs, and deployed heavy bombers, a number between 3800 and 4250 or such lower

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number as each Party shall decide for itself, but in no case shall such number exceed 4250.
2. Within the limitations provided for in paragraph 1 of this Article, the aggregate numbers for
each Party shall not exceed:
(a) 2160, for warheads attributed to deployed SLBMs;
(b) 1200 for warheads attributed to deployed ICBMs of types to which more than one
warhead is attributed; and
(c) 650, for warheads attributed to deployed heavy ICBMs. [ABA, Memorandun of
Attribution]
3. Upon fulfillment of the obligations provided for in paragraph 1 of this Article, each Party
shall further reduce and limit its ICBMs and ICBM launchers, SLBMs and SLBM launchers,
s, ICBM warheads, SLBM warheads, and heavy bomber armaments, so that no later than
[January 1, 2003] December 31, 2007, and thereafter, the aggregate number for each Party, as
counted in accordance with Articles III and IV of this Treaty, does not exceed, for warheads
attributed to deployed ICBMs, deployed SLBMS, and deployed heavy bombers, a number
between 3000 and 3500 or such lower number as each Party shall decide for itself, but in no
case shall such number exceed 3500.
4. Within the limitations provided for in paragraph 3 of this Article, the aggregate numbers for
each Party shall not exceed:
(a) a number between 1700 and 1750, for warheads attributed to deployed SLBMs or such
lower number as each Party shall decide for itself, but in no case shall such number exceed
1750; [Memorandum of Attribution]
(b) zero, for warheads attributed to deployed ICBMs of types to which more than one warhead
is attributed; and
(c) zero, for warheads attributed to deployed heavy ICBMs. Memorandum of Attribution]
5. The process of reductions provided for in paragraphs 1 and 2 of this Article shall begin
upon entry into force of this Treaty, shall be sustained throughout the reductions period
provided for in paragraph 1 of this Article, and shall be completed no later than [seven years
after entry into force of the START Treaty] December 31, 2004. Upon completion of these
reductions, the Parties shall begin further reductions provided for in paragraphs 3 and 4 of this
Article, which shall also be sustained throughout the reductions period defined in accordance
with paragraphs 3 and 6 of this Article.
6. [Provided that the Parties conclude, within one year after entry into force of this Treaty, an
agreement on a program of assistance to promote the fulfillment of the provisions of this
Article, the obligations provided for in paragraphs 3 and 4 of this Article and in Article II of
this Treaty shall be fulfilled by each Party no later than December 31, 2000.] The Parties may
conclude an agreement on a program of assistance for the purpose of facilitating
implementation of the provisions of this Article, including for the purpose of accelerating
such implementaton.

Article II

1. No later than [January 1, 2003] December 31, 2007, each Party undertakes to have
eliminated or to have converted to launchers of ICBMs to which one warhead is attributed all
its deployed and non-deployed launchers of ICBMs to which more than one warhead is
attributed under Article III of this Treaty (including test launchers and training launchers),
with the exception of those launchers of ICBMs other than heavy ICBMs at space launch
facilities allowed under the START Treaty, and not to have thereafter launchers of ICBMs to
which more than one warhead is attributed. ICBM launchers that have been converted to
launch an ICBM of a different type shall not be capable of launching an ICBM of the former

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type. Each Party shall carry out such elimination or conversion using the procedures provided
for in the START Treaty, except as otherwise provided for in paragraph 3 of this Article.
2. The obligations provided for in paragraph 1 of this Article shall not apply to silo launchers
of ICBMs on which the number of warheads has been reduced to one pursuant to paragraph 2
of Article III of this Treaty.
3. Elimination of silo launchers of heavy ICBMs, including test launchers and training
launchers, shall be implemented by means of either:
(a) elimination in accordance with the procedures provided for in Section II of the Protocol on
Procedures Governing the Conversion or Elimination of the Items Subject to the START
Treaty; or [Memorandum of Attribution]
(b) conversion to silo launchers of ICBMs other than heavy ICBMs in accordance with the
procedures provided for in the Protocol on Procedures Governing Elimination of Heavy
ICBMs and on Procedures Governing Conversion of Silo Launchers of Heavy ICBMs
Relating to the Treaty Between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on
Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms, hereinafter referred to as the
Elimination and Conversion Protocol. No more than 90 silo launchers of heavy ICBMs may
be so converted. [ABA, Memorandum of Attribution]
4. Each Party undertakes not to emplace an ICBM, the launch canister of which has a
diameter greater than 2.5 meters, in any silo launcher of heavy ICBMs converted in
accordance with subparagraph 3(b) of this Article.
5. Elimination of launchers of heavy ICBMs at space launch facilities shall only be carried out
in accordance with subparagraph 3(a) of this Article.
6. No later than [January 1, 2003] December 31, 2007, each Party undertakes to have
eliminated all of its deployed and non-deployed heavy ICBMs and their launch canisters in
accordance with the procedures provided for in the Elimination and Conversion Protocol or
by using such missiles for delivering objects into the upper atmosphere or space, and not to
have such missiles or launch canisters thereafter.
7. Each Party shall have the right to conduct inspections in connection with the elimination of
heavy ICBMs and their launch canisters, as well as inspections in connection with the
conversion of silo launchers of heavy ICBMs. Except as otherwise provided for in the
Elimination and Conversion Protocol, such inspections shall be conducted subject to the
applicable provisions of the START Treaty.
8. Each Party undertakes not to transferheavy ICBMs
to any recipient whatsoever, including any other Party to the START Treaty.
9. Beginning on [January 1, 2003] December 31, 2007, and thereafter, each Party undertakes
not to produce, acquire, flight-test (except for flight tests from space launch facilities
conducted in accordance with the provisions of the START Treaty), or deploy ICBMs to
which more than one warhead is attributed under Article III of this Treaty.

Article III

1. For the purposes of attributing warheads to deployed ICBMs and deployed SLBMs under
this Treaty, the Parties shall use the provisions provided for in Article III of the START
Treaty, except as otherwise provided for in paragraph 2 of this Article.
2. Each Party shall have the right to reduce the number of warheads attributed to deployed
ICBMs or deployed SLBMs only of existing types, except for heavy ICBMs. Reduction in the
number of warheads attributed to deployed ICBMs and deployed SLBMs of existing types
that are not heavy ICBMs shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions of paragraph

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5 of Article III of the START Treaty, except that:


(a) the aggregate number by which warheads are reduced may exceed the 1250 limit provided
for in paragraph 5 of Article III of the START Treaty;
(b) the number by which warheads are reduced on ICBMs and SLBMS, other than the
Minuteman III ICBM for the United States of America and the SS-N-18 SLBM for the
Russian Federation, may at any one time exceed the limit of 500 warheads for each Party
provided for in subparagraph 5(c)(i) of Article III of the START Treaty ;
(c) each Party shall have the right to reduce by more than four warheads, but not by more than
five warheads, the number of warheads attributed to each ICBM out of no more than 105
ICBMs of one existing type of ICBM. An ICBM to which the number of warheads attributed
has been reduced in accordance with this paragraph shall only be deployed in an ICBM
launcher in which an ICBM of that type was deployed as of the date of signature of the
START Treaty; and
(d) the reentry vehicle platform for an ICBM or SLBM to which a reduced number of
warheads is attributed is not required to be destroyed and replaced with a new reentry vehicle
platform.
3. Notwithstanding the number of warheads attributed to a type of ICBM or SLBM in
accordance with the START Treaty, each Party undertakes not to:
(a)produce, flight-test, or deploy an ICBM or SLBM with a number of reentry vehicles greater
than the number of warheads attributed to it under this Treaty; and
(b) increase the number of warheads attributed to an ICBM or SLBM that has had the number
of warheads attributed to it reduced in accordance with the provisions of this Article.

Article IV

1. For the purposes of this Treaty, the number of warheads attributed to each deployed heavy
bombers shall be equal to the number of nuclear weapons for which any heavy bomber of the
same type or variant of a type is actually equipped, with the exception of heavy bombers
reoriented to a conventional role as provided for in paragraph 7 of this Article. Each nuclear
weapon for which a heavy bomber is actually equipped shall count as one warhead toward the
limitations provided for in Article I of this Treaty. For the purpose of such counting, nuclear
weapons include long-range nuclear air-launched cruise missiles (ALCMs), nuclear air-to-
surface missiles with a range of less than 600 kilometers, and nuclear bombs.
2. For the purposes of this Treaty, the number of nuclear weapons for which a heavy bomber
is actually equipped shall be the number specified for heavy bombers of that type and variant
of a type in the Memorandum of Understanding on Warhead Attribution and Heavy Bomber
Data Relating to the Treaty Between the United States of America and the Russian Federation
on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms, hereinafter referred to as
the Memorandum on attribution;
3. Each Party undertakes not to equip any heavy bomber with a greater number of nuclear
weapons than the number specified for heavy bombers of that type or variant of a type in the
Memorandum on Attribution;
4. No later than 180 days after entry into force of this Treaty, each Party shall exhibit one
heavy bomber of each type and variant of a type specified in the Memorandum on Attribution.
The purpose of the exhibition shall be to demonstrate to the other Party the number of nuclear
weapons for which a heavy bomber of a given type or variant of a type is actually equipped.
5. If either Party intends to change the number of nuclear weapons specified in the

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Memorandum on Attribution, for which a heavy bomber of a type or variant of a type is


actually equipped, it shall provide a 90-day advance notification of such intention to the other
Party. Ninety days after providing such a notification, or at a later date agreed by the Parties,
the Party changing the number of nuclear weapons for which a heavy bomber is actually
equipped shall exhibit one heavy bomber of each such type or variant of a type. The purpose
of the exhibition shall be to demonstrate to the other Party the revised number of nuclear
weapons for which heavy bombers of the specified type or variant of a type are actually
equipped. The number of nuclear weapons attributed to the specified type and variant of a
type of heavy bomber shall change on the ninetieth day after the notification of such intent.
On that day, the Party changing the number of nuclear weapons for which a heavy bomber is
actually equipped shall provide to the other Party a notification of each change in data
according to categories of data contained in the Memorandum on Attribution.
6. The exhibitions and inspections conducted pursuant to paragraphs 4 and 5 of this Article
shall be carried out in accordance with the procedures provided for in the Protocol on
Exhibitions and Inspections of Heavy Bombers Relating to the Treaty Between the United
States of America and the Russian Federation on Further Reduction and Limitation of
Strategic Offensive Arms, hereinafter referred to as the Protocol on Exhibitions and
Inspections.
7. Each Party shall have the right to reorient to a conventional role heavy bomber equipped
for nuclear armaments other than long-range nuclear ALCMS. For the purposes of this Treaty,
heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role are those heavy bombers specified by a Party
from among its heavy bombers equipped for nuclear armaments other than long-range nuclear
ALCMs that have never been accountable under the START Treaty as heavy bombers
equipped for long-range nuclear ALCMS. The reorienting Party shall provide to the other
Party a notification of its intent to reorient a heavy bomber to a conventional role no less than
90 days in advance of such reorientation. No conversion procedures shall be required for such
a heavy bomber to be specified as a heavy bomber reoriented to a conventional role.
8. Heavy bomber reoriented to a conventional role shall be subject to the following
requirements
(a) the number of such heavy bombers shall not exceed 100 at any one time;
(b) such heavy bombers shall be based separately from heavy bombers with nuclear roles;
(c) such heavy bombers shall be used only for non-nuclear missions. Such heavy bombers
shall not be used in exercises for nuclear missions, and their aircrews shall not train or
exercise for such missions; and
(d) heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role shall have differences from other heavy
bombers of that type or variant of a type that are observable by national technical means of
verification and visible during inspection.
9. Each Party shall have the right to return to a nuclear role heavy bombers that have been
reoriented in accordance with paragraph 7 of this Article to a conventional role. The Party
carrying out such action shall provide to the other Party through diplomatic channels
notification of its intent to return a heavy bomber to a nuclear role no less than 90 days in
advance of taking such action. Such a heavy bomber returned to a nuclear role shall not
subsequently be reoriented to a conventional role. Heavy bombers reoriented to a
conventional role that are subsequently returned to a nuclear role shall have differences
observable by national technical means of verification and visible during inspection from
other heavy bombers of that type and variant of a type that have not been reoriented to a

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conventional role, as well as from heavy bombers of that type and variant of a type that are
still reoriented to a conventional role.
10. Each Party shall locate storage areas for heavy bomber nuclear armaments no less than
100 kilometers from any air base where heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role are
based.
11. Except as otherwise provided for in this Treaty, heavy bombers reoriented to a
conventional role shall remain subject to the provisions of the START Treaty, including the
inspection provisions.
12. If not all heavy bombers of a given type or variant of a type are reoriented to a
conventional role, one heavy bomber of each type or variant of a type of heavy bomber
reoriented to a conventional role shall be exhibited in the open for the purpose of
demonstrating to the other Party the differences referred to in subparagraph 8(d) of this
Article. Such differences shall be subject to inspection by the other Party.
13. If not all heavy bombers of a given type or variant of a type reoriented to a conventional
role are returned to a nuclear role, one heavy bomber of each type and variant of a type of
heavy bomber returned to a nuclear role shall be exhibited in the open for the purpose of
demonstrating to the other Party the differences referred to in paragraph 9 of this Article. Such
differences shall be subject to inspection by the other Party.
14. The exhibitions and inspections provided for in paragraphs 12 and 13 of this Article shall
be carried out in accordance with the procedures provided for in the Protocol on Exhibitions
and Inspections.

Article V

1. Except as provided for in this Treaty, the provisions of the START Treaty, including the
verification provisions, shall be used for implementation of this Treaty.
2. To promote the objectives and implementation of the provisions of this Treaty, the Parties
hereby establish the Bilateral Implementation Commission. The Parties agree that, if either
Party so requests, they shall meet within the framework of the Bilateral Implementation
Commission to:
(a) resolve questions relating to compliance with the obligations assumed; and
(b) agree upon such additional measures as may be necessary to improve the viability and
effectiveness of this Treaty.

Article VI

1. This Treaty, including its Memorandum on Attribution., Elimination and Conversion


Protocol, and Protocol on Exhibitions and Inspections, all of which are integral parts thereof,
shall be subject to ratification in accordance with the constitutional procedures of each Party.
This Treaty shall enter into force on the date of the exchange of instruments of ratification,
but not prior to the entry into force of the START Treaty.
2. The provisions of paragraph 8 of Article II of this Treaty shall be applied provisionally by
the Parties from the date of its signature.
3. This Treaty shall remain in force so long as the START Treaty remains in force.
4. Each Party shall, in exercising its national sovereignty, have the right to withdraw from this
Treaty if it decides that extraordinary events related to the subject matter of this Treaty have
jeopardized its supreme interests. It shall give notice of its decision to the other Party six

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months prior to withdrawal from this Treaty. Such notice shall include a statement of the
extraordinary events the notifying Party regards as having jeopardized its supreme interests.

Article VII

Each Party may propose amendments to this Treaty. Agreed amendments shall enter into
force in accordance with the procedures governing entry into force of this Treaty.

Article VIII

This Treaty shall be registered pursuant to Article 102 of the Charter of the United Nations.
DONE at Moscow on January 3, 1993, in two copies, each in the English and Russian
languages, both texts being equally authentic.
FOR THE UNITED STATES FOR THE RUSSIAN
OF AMERICA FEDERATION

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April 16, 2,005 DESBIC AGENDAS Review of Said Protocols


PROTOCOL
ON EXHIBITIONS AND INSPECTIONS OF HEAVY BOMBERS
RELATING TO THE TREATY BETWEEN
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
ON FURTHER REDUCTION AND LIMITATION OF
STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE ARMS

Pursuant to and in implementation of the Treaty Between the United States of America and
the Russian Federation on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms,
hereinafter referred to as the Treaty, the Parties hereby agree to conduct exhibitions and
inspections of heavy bombers pursuant to paragraphs 4, 5, 12, and 13 of Article IV of the
Treaty.

I. Exhibitions of Heavy Bombers

1. For the purpose of helping to ensure verification of compliance with the provisions of the
Treaty, and as required by paragraphs 4, 5, 12, and 13 of Article IV of the Treaty, each Party
shall conduct exhibitions of heavy bombers equipped for nuclear armaments, heavy bombers
reoriented to a conventional role, and heavy bombers that were reoriented to a conventional
role and subsequently returned to a nuclear role.
2. The exhibitions of heavy bombers shall be conducted subject to the following provisions:
(a) the location for such an exhibition shall be at the discretion of the exhibiting Party;
(b) the date for such an exhibition shall be agreed upon between the Parties through
diplomatic channels, and the exhibiting Party shall communicate the location of the exhibition;
(c) during such an exhibition, each heavy bomber exhibited shall be subject to inspection for a
period not to exceed two hours;
(d) the inspection team conducting an inspection during an exhibition shall consist of no more
than 10 inspectors, all of whom shall be drawn from the list of inspectors under the START
Treaty;
(e) prior to the beginning of the exhibition, the inspected Party shall provide a photograph or
photographs of one of the heavy bombers of a type or variant of a type reoriented to a
conventional role and of one of the heavy bombers of the same type and variant of a type that
were reoriented to a conventional role and subsequently returned to a nuclear role, so as to
show all of their differences that are observable by national technical means of verification
and visible during inspection; and
(f) such inspections during exhibitions shall not count against any inspection quota established
by the START Treaty.

II. Inspections of Heavy Bombers

1. During exhibitions of heavy bombers, each Party shall have the right to perform the
following procedures on the exhibited heavy bombers; and each Party, beginning 180 days
after entry into force of the Treaty and thereafter, shall have the right, in addition to its rights
under the START Treaty, to perform, during data update and new facility inspections
conducted under the START Treaty at air bases of the other Party, the following procedures
on all heavy bombers based at such air bases and present there at the time of the inspection:
(a) to conduct inspections of heavy bombers equipped for long-range nuclear ALCMs and
heavy bombers equipped for nuclear armaments other than long-range nuclear ALCMs, in
order to confirm that the number of nuclear weapons for which a heavy bomber is actually
equipped does not exceed the number specified in the Memorandum on Attribution. The

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inspection team shall have the right to visually inspect those portions of the exterior of the
inspected heavy bomber where the inspected heavy bomber is equipped for weapons, as well
as to visually inspect the weapons bay of such a heavy bomber, but not to inspect other
portions of the exterior or interior;
(b) to conduct inspections of heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role, in order to
confirm the differences of such heavy bombers from other heavy bombers of that type or
variant of a type that are observable by national technical means of verification and visible
during inspection. The inspection team shall have the right to visually inspect those portions
of the exterior of the inspected heavy bomber having the differences observable by national
technical means of verification and visible during inspection, but not to inspect other portions
of the exterior or interior; and
(c) to conduct inspections of heavy bombers that were reoriented to a conventional role and
subsequently returned to a nuclear role, in order to confirm the differences of such heavy
bombers from other heavy bombers of that type or variant of a type that are observable by
national technical means of verification and visible during inspection, and to confirm that the
number of nuclear weapons for which a heavy bomber is actually equipped does not exceed
the number specified in the Memorandum on Attribution. The inspection team shall have the
right to visually inspect those portions of the exterior of the inspected heavy bomber where
the inspected heavy bomber is equipped for weapons, as well as to visually inspect the
weapons bay of such a heavy bomber, and to visually inspect those portions of the exterior of
the inspected heavy bomber having the differences observable by national technical means of
verification and visible to inspection, but not to inspect other portions of the exterior or
interior.
2. At the discretion of the inspected Party, those portions of the heavy bomber that are not
subject to inspection may be shrouded. The period of time required to carry out the shrouding
process shall not count against the period allocated for inspection.
3. In the course of an inspection conducted during an exhibition, a member of the in-country
escort shall provide, during inspections conducted pursuant to subparagraph 1(a) or
subparagraph 1(c) of this Section, explanations to the inspection team concerning the number
of nuclear weapons for which the heavy bomber is actually equipped, and shall provide,
during inspections conducted pursuant to subparagraph 1(b) or subparagraph 1(c) of this
Section, explanations to the inspection team concerning the differences that are observable by
national technical means of verification and visible during inspection.
This Protocol is an integral part of the Treaty and shall enter into force on the date of entry
into force of the Treaty and shall remain in force so long as the Treaty remains in force. As
provided for in subparagraph 2(b) of Article V of the Treaty, the Parties may agree upon such
additional measures as may be necessary to improve the viability and effectiveness of the
Treaty. The Parties agree that, if it becomes necessary to make changes in this Protocol that
do not affect substantive rights or obligations under the Treaty, they shall use the Bilateral
Implementation Commission to reach agreement on such changes, without resorting to the
procedure for making amendments set forth in Article VII of the Treaty.
DONE at Moscow on January 3, 1993, in two copies, each in the English and Russian
languages, both texts being equally authentic.
FOR THE UNITED STATES FOR THE RUSSIAN
OF AMERICA FEDERATION

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MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

April 16, 2,005 DESBIC AGENDA Status Quo and review for inquiry
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING ON WARHEAD ATTRIBUTION AND HEAVY
BOMBER DATA RELATING TO THE TREATY BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES OF
AMERICA AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION ON FURTHER REDUCTION AND
LIMITATION OF STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE ARMS

Pursuant to and in implementation of the Treaty Between the United States of America and
the Russian Federation on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms,
hereinafter referred to as the Treaty, the Parties have exchanged data current as of January 3, 1993,
on the number of nuclear weapons for which each heavy bomber of a type and a variant of a type
equipped for nuclear weapons is actually equipped. No later than 30 days after the date of entry into
force of the Treaty, the Parties shall additionally exchange data, current as of the date of entry into
force of the Treaty, according to the categories of data contained in this Memorandum, on heavy
bombers equipped for nuclear weapons; on heavy bombers specified as reoriented to a conventional
role, and on heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role that are subsequently returned to a
nuclear role; on ICBMs and SLBMs to which a reduced number of warheads is attributed; and on
data on the elimination of heavy ICBMs and on conversion of silo launchers of heavy ICBMs.

Only those data used for purposes of implementing the Treaty that differ from the data in the
Memorandum of Understanding on the Establishment of the Data Base Relating to the START
Treaty are included in this Memorandum.

I. Number of Warheads Attributed to Deployed Heavy Bombers Other On Heavy Bombers


Reoriented to a Conventional Role

1. Pursuant to paragraph 3 of Article IV of the Treaty each Party undertakes not to have more
nuclear weapons deployed on heavy bombers of any type or variant of a type than the number
specified in this paragraph. Additionally, pursuant to paragraph 2 of Article IV of the Treaty,
for each Party the numbers of warheads attributed to deployed heavy bombers not reoriented
to a conventional role as of the date of signature of the Treaty or to heavy bombers
subsequently deployed are listed below. Such numbers shall only be changed in accordance
with paragraph 5 of Article IV of the Treaty. The Party making a change shall provide a
notification to the other Party 90 days prior to making such a change. An exhibition shall be
conducted to demonstrate the changed number of nuclear weapons for which heavy bombers
of the listed type or variant of a type are actually equipped:
a. United States of America
Heavy Bomber Types and Variant of a
Number of
Type*
Warheads
B-52G 12
B-52H 20
B-1B 16
B-2
16

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Aggregate Number of Warheads Attributed to Deployed


Heavy Bombers,
Except for Heavy Bombers Reoriented to a Conventional
Role

b. Russian Federation
Heavy Bomber Types and Variant of a
Number of
Type
Warheads
Bear B
1
Bear G 2
Bear H6
6
Bear H16 16
Blackjack
12
Aggregate Number of Warheads Attributed to Deployed
Heavy Bombers,
Except for Heavy Bombers Reoriented to a Conventional
Role

II. Data on Heavy Bombers Reoriented to a Conventional Role and Heavy Bombers
Reoriented to a Conventional Role that Have Subsequently Been Returned to a Nuclear Role;

1. For each Party, the numbers of heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role are as
follows:

_____________________________________________________________________

* Heavy bombers of the type and variant of a type designated B-52C, B-52D, B-52E,
and B-52F, located at the Davis-Monthan conversion or elimination facility as of September
1, 1990, as specified in the Memorandum of Understanding to the START Treaty, will be
eliminated, under the provisions of the START Treaty, before the expiration of the seven-year
reductions period.

a. United States of America


Heavy Bomber of Type and Variant
of Type Number

__________ __________
__________ __________

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b. Russian Federation
Heavy Bomber of Type and Variant
of Type Number

__________ __________
__________ __________

2. For each Party, the numbers of heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role as well as
data on related air bases are as follows:
a. United States of America
Bomber Type and
Air Bases:
Name/Location Variant of a Type
__________
__________

Heavy Bombers
Reoriented Number
to a Conventional Role __________

b. Russian Federation
Bomber Type and
Air Bases:
Name/Location Variant of a Type
__________
__________

Heavy Bombers
Reoriented Number
to a Conventional Role __________

3. For each Party, the differences observable by national technical means of verification for
heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role are as follows:

a. United States of America

Heavy Bomber Type


Difference
and Variant of a Type
__________
__________

b. Russian Federation
Heavy Bomber Type
Difference
and Variant of a Type
__________
__________

4. For each Party, the differences observable by national technical means of verification for

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heavy bombers reoriented to a conventional role that have subsequently been returned to a
nuclear role are as follows:

a. United States of America

Heavy Bomber Type


Difference
and Variant of a Type
__________
__________

b. Russian Federation
Heavy Bomber Type
Difference
and Variant of a Type
__________
__________

III. Data on Deployed ICBMs and Deployed SLBMs of Which a Reduced Number of
Warheads Is Attributed;

For each Party, the data on ICBM bases or submarine bases, and on ICBMs or SLBMs of
existing types deployed at those bases, on which the number of warheads attributed to them is
reduced pursuant to Article III of the Treaty are as follows:

a. United States of America


Type of ICBM or
SLBM

Deployed ICBMS or
Deployed SLBMs, on Which
the Number of Warheads Is ____
Reduced

Warheads Attributed to Each


Deployed ICBM or Deployed
SLBM After Reduction in the ____
Number of Warheads on It

Number of Warheads by
Which the Original
Attribution of Warheads for
____
Each ICBM or SLBM Was
Reduced

Aggregate Reduction in the


Number of Warheads
Attributed to Deployed
____
ICBMs or Deployed SLBMs
of that Type

ICBM Bases at Which the Number of Warheads on Deployed ICBMs Is Reduced:

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Name/Location ICBM Type


_______________________ on Which
the Number
of
Warheads
Is Reduced

Deployed ICBMs on Which


the Number of Warheads Is
____
Reduced

Warheads Attributed to Each


Deployed ICBM After Reduction
____
in the Number of Warheads on It

Number of Warheads by Which the


Original attribution of Warheads
____
for Each ICBM Was Reduced

Aggregate Reduction in the


Number of Warheads Attributed to ____
deployed ICBMs of thatType

SLBM Bases at Which the Number of Warheads on Deployed SLBMs Is Reduced:

Name/Location SLBM
_______________________ Type on
Which the
Number of
Warheads
Is Reduced

Deployed SLBMs on Which


the Number of Warheads Is ____
Reduced

Warheads Attributed to Each


Deployed SLBM After Reduction
____
in the Number of Warheads on It

Number of Warheads by Which the


Original attribution of Warheads
____
for Each SLBM Was Reduced

Aggregate Reduction in the


Number of Warheads Attributed to
____
deployed SLBMs of thatType

a. Russian Federation

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Type of ICBM or
SLBM

Deployed ICBMS or
Deployed SLBMs, on Which
the Number of Warheads Is ____
Reduced

Warheads Attributed to Each


Deployed ICBM or Deployed
SLBM After Reduction in the ____
Number of Warheads on It

Number of Warheads by
Which the Original
Attribution of Warheads for
____
Each ICBM or SLBM Was
Reduced

Aggregate Reduction in the


Number of Warheads
Attributed to Deployed ____
ICBMs or Deployed SLBMs
of that Type

ICBM Bases at Which the Number of Warheads on Deployed ICBMs Is Reduced:

Name/Location ICBM Type


_______________________ on Which
the Number
of
Warheads
Is Reduced

Deployed ICBMs on Which


the Number of Warheads Is
____
Reduced

Warheads Attributed to Each


Deployed ICBM After Reduction
____
in the Number of Warheads on It

Number of Warheads by Which the


Original attribution of Warheads
____
for Each ICBM Was Reduced

Aggregate Reduction in the


Number of Warheads Attributed to ____
deployed ICBMs of thatType

SLBM Bases at Which the Number of Warheads on Deployed SLBMs Is Reduced:

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Name/Location SLBM
_______________________ Type on
Which the
Number of
Warheads
Is Reduced

Deployed SLBMs on Which


the Number of Warheads Is
____
Reduced

Warheads Attributed to Each


Deployed SLBM After Reduction
____
in the Number of Warheads on It

Number of Warheads by Which the


Original attribution of Warheads
____
for Each SLBM Was Reduced

Aggregate Reduction in the


Number of Warheads Attributed to ____
deployed SLBMs of thatType

IV. Data on Eliminated Heavy ICBMs and Converted Silo Launchers of Heavy ICBMs

1. For each Party, the numbers of silo launchers of heavy ICBMs converted to silo launchers of
ICBMs other than heavy ICBMs are as follows:
a. United States of America

Aggregate Number of Converted Silo Launchers


____

ICBM Base for Silo Launchers


ICBM type
of ICBMs:
Installed
Name/Location
in a Converted
______
Silo Launcher
Silo Launcher Group:
(designation)
______

Silo Launchers:
______ ______

b. Russian Federation
Aggregate Number of Converted Silo Launchers
____

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ICBM Base for Silo Launchers


ICBM type
of ICBMs:
Installed
Name/Location
in a Converted
______
Silo Launcher
Silo Launcher Group:
(designation)
______

Silo Launchers:
______ ______

2. For each Party, the aggregate numbers of heavy ICBMs and eliminated heavy ICBMs are as
follows:
a. United States of America
Number
Deployed Heavy ICBMs ____
Non-Deployed Heavy ICBMs ____
Eliminated Heavy ICBMs ____

b. Russian Federation

Number
Deployed Heavy ICBMs
____
Non-Deployed Heavy ICBMs ____
Eliminated Heavy ICBMs ____
V. Changes

Each Party shall notify the other Party of changes in the attribution and data contained in this
Memorandum.

The Parties, in signing this Memorandum, acknowledge the acceptance of the categories of
data contained in this Memorandum and the responsibility of each Party for the accuracy only of its
own data.

This Memorandum is an integral part of the Treaty and shall enter into force on the date of
entry into force of the Treaty and shall remain in force so long as the Treaty remains in force. As
provided for in subparagraph 2(b) of Article V of the Treaty, the Parties may agree on such
additional measures as may be necessary to improve the viability and effectiveness of the Treaty.
The Parties agree that, if it becomes necessary to change the categories of data contained in this
Memorandum or to make other changes to this Memorandum that do not affect substantive rights or
obligations under the Treaty, they shall use the Bilateral Implementation Commission to reach
agreement on such changes, without resorting to the procedure for making amendments set forth in
Article VII of the Treaty.

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DONE at Moscow on January 3, 1993, in two copies, each in the English and Russian
languages, both texts being equally authentic.

FOR THE UNITED STATES OF FOR THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION:


AMERICA:

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PROTOCOL
ON PROCEDURES GOVERNING ELIMINATION OF HEAVY ICBMS
AND ON PROCEDURES GOVERNING CONVERSION OF SILO LAUNCHERS
OF HEAVY ICBMS RELATING TO THE TREATY BETWEEN
THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
ON FURTHER REDUCTION AND LIMITATION OF
STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE ARMS

Pursuant to and in implementation of the Treaty Between the United States of America and
the Russian Federation on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms,
hereinafter referred to as the Treaty, the Parties hereby agree upon procedures governing the
elimination of heavy ICBMs and upon procedures governing the conversion of silo launchers
of such ICBMs

I. Procedures for Elimination of Heavy ICBMs and TheirLaunch Canisters

1. Elimination of heavy ICBMs shall be carried out in accordance with the procedures
provided for in this Section at elimination facilities for ICBMs specified in the START Treaty
or shall be carried out by using such missiles for delivering objects into the upper atmosphere
or space. Notification thereof shall be provided through the Nuclear Risk Reduction Centers
(NRRCs) 30 days in advance of the initiation of elimination at conversion or elimination
facilities, or, in the event of launch, in accordance with the provisions of the Agreement
Between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on
Notifications of Launches of Intercontinental Ballistic Missiles and Submarine-Launched
Ballistic Missiles of May 31, 1988.
2. Prior to the confirmatory inspection pursuant to paragraph 3 of this Section, the inspected
Party:
(a) shall remove the missile's reentry vehicles;
(b) may remove the electronic and electromechanical devices of the missile's guidance and
control system from the missile and its launch canister, and other elements that shall not be
subject to elimination pursuant to paragraph 4 of this Section;
(c) shall remove the missile from its launch canister and disassemble the missile into stages;
(d) shall remove liquid propellant from the missile;
(e) may remove or actuate auxiliary pyrotechnic devices installed on the missile and its launch
canister;
(f) may remove penetration aids, including devices for their attachment and release; and
(g) may remove propulsion units from the self-contained dispensing mechanism.

These actions may be carried out in any order.

3. After arrival of the inspection team and prior to the initiation of the elimination process,
inspectors shall confirm the type and number of the missiles to be eliminated by making the
observations and measurements necessary for such confirmation. After the procedures
provided for in this paragraph have been carried out, the process of the elimination of the
missiles and theirlaunch canisters may begin. Inspectors shall observe the elimination process.
4. Elimination process for heavy ICBMs:
(a) missile stages, nozzles, and missile interstage skirts shall each be cut into two pieces of

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approximately equal size; and


(b) the self-contained dispensing mechanism as well as the front section, including the reentry
vehicle platform and the front section shroud, shall be cut into two pieces of approximately
equal size and crushed.
5. During the elimination process for launch canisters of heavy ICBMs, the launch canister
shall be cut into two pieces of approximately equal size or into three pieces in such a manner
that pieces no less than 1.5 meters long are cut from the ends of the body of such a launch
canister.
6. Upon completion of the above requirements, the inspection team leader and a member of
the in-country escort shall confirm in a factual, written report containing the results of the
inspection team's observation of the elimination process that the inspection team has
completed its inspection.
7. Heavy ICBMs shall cease to be subject to the limitations provided for in the Treaty after
completion of the procedures provided for in this Section. Notification thereof shall be
provided in accordance with paragraph 3 of Section I of the Notification Protocol Relating to
the START Treaty.

II. Procedures for Conversion of Silo Launchers of Heavy ICBMs, Silo Training Launchers
for Heavy ICBMs, and Silo Test Launchers for Heavy ICBMs

1. Conversion of silo launchers of heavy ICBMs, silo training launchers for heavy ICBMs,
and silo test launchers for heavy ICBMs shall be carried out in situ and shall be subject to
inspection.
2. Prior to the initiation of the conversion process for such launchers, the missile andlaunch
canister shall be removed from the silo launcher.
3. A Party shall be considered to have initiated the conversion process for silo launchers of
heavy ICBMs, silo training launchers for heavy ICBMs, and silo test launchers for heavy
ICBMs as soon as the silo launcher door has been opened and a missile and its launch canister
have been removed from the silo launcher. Notification thereof shall be provided in
accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 of Section IV of the Notification Protocol Relating to the
START Treaty.
4. Conversion process for silo launchers of heavy ICBMs, silo training launchers for heavy
ICBMs, and silo test launchers for heavy ICBMs shall include the following steps:
(a) the silo launcher door shall be opened, the missile and the launch canister shall be
removed from the silo launcher;
(b) concrete shall be poured into the base of the silo launcher up to the height of five meters
from the bottom of the silo launcher; and
(c) a restrictive ring with a diameter of no more than 2.9 meters shall be installed into the
upper portion of the silo launcher. The method of installation of the restrictive ring shall rule
out its removal without destruction of the ring and its attachment to the silo launcher.
5. Each Party shall have the right to confirm that the procedures provided for in paragraph 4
of this Section have been carried out. For the purpose of confirming that these procedures
have been carried out:
(a) the converting Party shall notify the other Party through the NRRCs:
(i) no less than 30 days in advance of the date when the process of pouring concrete will
commence; and

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(ii) upon completion of all of the procedures provided for in paragraph 4 of this Section; and
(b) the inspecting Party shall have the right to implement the procedures provided for in either
paragraph 6 or paragraph 7, but not both, of this Section for each silo launcher of heavy
ICBMs, silo training launcher for heavy ICBMs, and silo test launcher for heavy ICBMs that
is to be converted.
6. Subject to the provisions of paragraph 5 of this Section, each Party shall have the right to
observe the entire process of pouring concrete into each silo launcher of heavy ICBMs, silo
training launcher for heavy ICBMs, and silo test launcher for heavy ICBMs that is to be
converted, and to measure the diameter of the restrictive ring. For this purpose:
(a) the inspecting Party shall inform the Party converting the silo launcher no less than seven
days in advance of the commencement of the pouring that it will observe the filling of the silo
in question;
(b) immediately prior to the commencement of the process of pouring concrete, the converting
Party shall take such steps as are necessary to ensure that the base of the silo launcher is
visible, and that the depth of the silo can be measured;
(c) the inspecting Party shall have the right to observe the entire process of pouring concrete
from a location providing an unobstructed view of the base of the silo launcher, and to
confirm by measurement that concrete has been poured into the base of the silo launcher up to
the height of five meters from the bottom of the silo launcher. The measurements shall be
taken from the level of the lower edge of the closed silo launcher door to the base of the silo
launcher, prior to the pouring of the concrete, and from the level of the lower edge of the
closed silo launcher door to the top of the concrete fill, after the concrete has hardened;
(d) following notification of completion of the procedures provided for in paragraph 4 of this
Section, the inspecting Party shall be permitted to measure the diameter of the restrictive ring.
The restrictive ring shall not be shrouded during such inspections. The Parties shall agree on
the date for such inspections;
(e) the results of measurements conducted pursuant to subparagraphs (c) and (d) of this
paragraph shall be recorded in written, factual inspection reports and signed by the inspection
team leader and a member of the in-country escort;
(f) inspection teams shall each consist of no more than 10 inspectors, all of whom shall be
drawn from the list of inspectors under the START Treaty; and
(g) such inspections shall not count against any inspection quota established by the START
Treaty.
7. Subject to the provisions of paragraph 5 of this Section, each Party shall have the right to
measure the depth of each silo launcher of heavy ICBMs, silo training launcher for heavy
ICBMs, and silo test launcher for heavy ICBMs that is to be converted both before the
commencement and after the completion of the process of pouring concrete, and to measure
the diameter of the restrictive ring. For this purpose:
(a) the inspecting Party shall inform the Party converting the silo launcher no less than seven
days in advance of the commencement of the pouring that it will measure the depth of the silo
launcher in question both before the commencement and after the completion of the process
of pouring concrete;
(b) immediately prior to the commencement of the process of pouring concrete, the converting
Party shall take such steps as are necessary to ensure that the base of the silo launcher is
visible, and that the depth of the silo launcher can be measured;
(c) the inspecting Party shall measure the depth of the silo launcher prior to the

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commencement of the process of pouring concrete;


(d) following notification of completion of the procedures provided for in paragraph 4 of this
Section, the inspecting Party shall be permitted to measure the diameter of the restrictive ring,
and to remeasure the depth of the silo launcher. The restrictive ring shall not be shrouded
during such inspections. The Parties shall agree on the date for such inspections;
(e) for the purpose of measuring the depth of the concrete in the silo launcher, measurements
shall be taken from the level of the lower edge of the closed silo launcher door to the base of
the silo launcher, prior to the pouring of the concrete, and from the level of the lower edge of
the closed silo launcher door to the top of the concrete fill, after the concrete has hardened;
(f) the results of measurements conducted pursuant to subparagraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this
paragraph shall be recorded in written, factual inspection reports and signed by the inspection
team leader and a member of the in-country escort;
(g) inspection teams shall each consist of no more than 10 inspectors, all of whom shall be
drawn from the list of inspectors under the START Treaty; and
(h) such inspections shall not count against any inspection quota established by the START
Treaty.
8. The converting Party shall have the right to carry out further conversion measures after the
completion of the procedures provided for in paragraph 6 or paragraph 7 of this Section or, if
such procedures are not conducted, upon expiration of 30 days after notification of completion
of the procedures provided for in paragraph 4 of this Section.
9. In addition to the reentry vehicle inspections conducted under the START Treaty, each
Party shall have the right to conduct, using the procedures provided for in Annex 3 to the
Inspection Protocol Relating to the START Treaty, four additional reentry vehicle inspections
each year of ICBMs that are deployed in silo launchers of heavy ICBMs that have been
converted in accordance with the provisions of this Section. During such inspections, the
inspectors also shall have the right to confirm by visual observation the presence of the
restrictive ring and that the observable portions of the launch canister do not differ externally
from the observable portions of the launch canister that was exhibited pursuant to paragraph
11 of Article XI of the START Treaty. Any shrouding of the upper portion of the silo
launcher shall not obstruct visual observation of the upper portion of the launch canister and
shall not obstruct visual observation of the edge of the restrictive ring. If requested by the
inspecting Party, the converting Party shall partially remove any shrouding, except for
shrouding of instruments installed on the restrictive ring, to permit confirmation of the
presence of the restrictive ring.
10. Upon completion of the procedures provided for in paragraph 6 or paragraph 7 of this
Section or, if such procedures are not conducted, upon expiration of 30 days after notification
of completion of the procedures provided for in paragraph 4 of this Section, the silo launcher
of heavy ICBMs being converted shall, for the purposes of the Treaty, be considered to
contain a deployed ICBM to which one warhead is attributed.

III. Equipment; Costs

1. To carry out inspections provided for in this Protocol, the inspecting Party shall have the
right to use agreed equipment, including equipment that will confirm that the silo launcher has
been completely filled up to the height of five meters from the bottom of the silo launcher
with concrete. The Parties shall agree in the Bilateral Implementation Commission on such
equipment.

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2. For inspections conducted pursuant to this Protocol, costs shall be handled pursuant to
paragraph 19 of Section V of the Inspection Protocol Relating to the START Treaty.
This Protocol is an integral part of the Treaty and shall enter into force on the date of entry
into force of the Treaty and shall remain in force as long as the Treaty remains in force. As
provided for in subparagraph 2(b) of Article V of the Treaty, the Parties may agree upon such
additional measures as may be necessary to improve the viability and effectiveness of the
Treaty. The Parties agree that, if it becomes necessary to make changes in this Protocol that
do not affect substantive rights or obligations under the Treaty, they shall use the Bilateral
Implementation Commission to reach agreement on such changes, without resorting to the
procedure for making amendments set forth in Article VII of the Treaty.
DONE at Moscow on January 3, 1993, in two copies, each in the English and Russian
languages, both texts being equally authentic.
FOR THE UNITED STATES FOR THE RUSSIAN
OF AMERICA FEDERATION

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PROTOCOL TO THE TREATY BETWEEN THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
ON FURTHER REDUCTION AND LIMITATION OF
STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE ARMS OF JANUARY 3, 1993

The United States of America and the Russian Federation,


Reaffirming their commitment to the further reduction and limitation of strategic offensive
arms,
Desiring to enhance the viability and effectiveness of the Treaty Between the United States of
America and the Russian Federation on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic
Offensive Arms of January 3, 1993, hereinafter referred to as the Treaty,
Have agreed as follows:

ARTICLE I

1. In paragraph 1 of Article I of the Treaty the words "seven years after entry into force of the
START Treaty" shall be replaced by the words "no later than December 31, 2004".
2. In paragraph 3 of Article I of the Treaty the words "January 1, 2003" shall be replaced by
the words "December 31, 2007".
3. In paragraph 5 of Article I of the Treaty the words "seven years after entry into force of the
START Treaty" shall be replaced by the words "December 31, 2004".
4. Paragraph 6 of Article I of the Treaty shall be formulated in the following way:
"The Parties may conclude an agreement on a program of assistance for the purpose of
facilitating implementation of the provisions of this Article, including for the purpose of
accelerating such implementation."
ARTICLE II
In paragraph 1, paragraph 6, and paragraph 9 of Article II of the Treaty the words "January 1,
2003" shall be replaced in each case by the words "December 31, 2007".

ARTICLE III

1. This Protocol shall be subject to ratification and shall enter into force on the date of
exchange of instruments of ratification.
2. This Protocol is an integral part of the Treaty and shall remain in force for the duration of
the Treaty.
DONE at New York City on September 26, 1997, in two copies, each in the English and
Russian languages, both texts being equally authentic.
FOR THE UNITED STATES FOR THE RUSSIAN
OF AMERICA FEDERATION

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PROTOCOL TO THE TREATY BETWEEN THE
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION
ON FURTHER REDUCTION AND LIMITATION OF
STRATEGIC OFFENSIVE ARMS OF JANUARY 3, 1993

The United States of America and the Russian Federation,


Reaffirming their commitment to the further reduction and limitation of strategic offensive
arms,
Desiring to enhance the viability and effectiveness of the Treaty Between the United States of
America and the Russian Federation on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic
Offensive Arms of January 3, 1993, hereinafter referred to as the Treaty,
Have agreed as follows:

ARTICLE I

1. In paragraph 1 of Article I of the Treaty the words "seven years after entry into force of the
START Treaty" shall be replaced by the words "no later than December 31, 2004".
2. In paragraph 3 of Article I of the Treaty the words "January 1, 2003" shall be replaced by
the words "December 31, 2007".
3. In paragraph 5 of Article I of the Treaty the words "seven years after entry into force of the
START Treaty" shall be replaced by the words "December 31, 2004".
4. Paragraph 6 of Article I of the Treaty shall be formulated in the following way:
"The Parties may conclude an agreement on a program of assistance for the purpose of
facilitating implementation of the provisions of this Article, including for the purpose of
accelerating such implementation."
ARTICLE II
In paragraph 1, paragraph 6, and paragraph 9 of Article II of the Treaty the words "January 1,
2003" shall be replaced in each case by the words "December 31, 2007".

ARTICLE III

1. This Protocol shall be subject to ratification and shall enter into force on the date of
exchange of instruments of ratification.
2. This Protocol is an integral part of the Treaty and shall remain in force for the duration of
the Treaty.
DONE at New York City on September 26, 1997, in two copies, each in the English and
Russian languages, both texts being equally authentic.
FOR THE UNITED STATES FOR THE RUSSIAN
OF AMERICA FEDERATION

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September 26, 1997
JOINT AGREED STATEMENT
For the purposes of the Treaty Between the United States of America and the Russian
Federation on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of January 3,
1993 (START II), and without prejudice to the provisions of the Treaty Between the United
States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the Reduction and
Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of July 31, 1991, the Parties agree that Article III of
START II shall be understood by both Parties as allowing reductions in the number of
warheads attributed to Minuteman III ICBMs to be carried out at any time before December
31, 2007.

PRIMAKOV LETTER ON EARLY DEACTIVATION

26 September 1997
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Dear Madam Secretary:

On behalf of the Government of the Russian Federation, in connection with the Treaty
Between the Russian Federation and the United States of America on Further Reduction and
Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of January 3, 1993, hereinafter referred to as the
Treaty, I have the honor to propose that agreement be concluded between our Governments
on deactivation of certain strategic nuclear delivery vehicles.
Under this agreement our Governments would agree that upon entry into force of the Treaty,
the Russian Federation and the United States of America shall deactivate, by December 31,
2003, all strategic nuclear delivery vehicles which will be eliminated under the Treaty, by
removing their nuclear reentry vehicles or taking other jointly agreed steps.
Immediately upon entry into force of the Treaty, experts of the Parties will begin work
simultaneously both on the understandings concerning methods of deactivation as well as
parameters of an appropriate program of assistance of the United States of America in
implementation of the deactivation mentioned above. Practical steps to implement
deactivation will be undertaken on the basis of these understandings.
Taking into account the supreme national interests of the country, the Russian Federation
proceeds from the understanding that well in advance of the above deactivation deadline the
START III Treaty will be achieved and enter into force.
This letter together with your response shall constitute agreement between the Governments
of the Russian Federation and the United States of America, which shall enter into force on
the date of entry into force of the Treaty and shall remain in force as long as the Treaty
remains in force.
Please accept, Madam Secretary, the assurances of my highest consideration.
Y. Primakov
Her Excellency, Madeleine K. Albright,
Secretary of State
The United States of America, Washington

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ALBRIGHT LETTER ON EARLY DEACTIVATION

26 September 1997
THE SECRETARY OF STATE
WASHINGTON

Dear Mr. Minister:

On behalf of the Government of the United States of America, I have the honor to accept the
proposal set forth in your letter of this date to conclude, in connection with the Treaty
Between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on Further Reduction and
Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of January 3, 1993, hereinafter referred to as the
Treaty, agreement between our Governments on deactivation of certain strategic nuclear
delivery vehicles.
Under this agreement our Governments would agree that upon entry into force of the Treaty,
the United States of America and the Russian Federation shall deactivate, by December 31,
2003, all strategic nuclear delivery vehicles which will be eliminated under the Treaty, by
removing their nuclear reentry vehicles or taking other jointly agreed steps.
Immediately upon entry into force of the Treaty, experts of the Parties will begin work
simultaneously both on the understandings concerning methods of deactivation as well as
parameters of an appropriate program of assistance of the United States of America in
implementation of the deactivation mentioned above. Practical steps to implement
deactivation will be undertaken on the basis of these understandings.
The Government of the United States of America notes the statement of the Russian
Federation position on the issue of START III entry into force.
This response together with your letter shall constitute agreement between the Governments
of the United States of America and the Russian Federation, which shall enter into force on
the date of entry into force of the Treaty and shall remain in force as long as the Treaty
remains in force.
Please accept, Mr. Minister, the assurances of my highest consideration.
Sincerely,

Madeleine K. Albright
The Honorable Yevgeniy Maksimovich Primakov,
Minister of Foreign Affairs of,
the Russian Federation, New York.

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September 26, 1997
JOINT AGREED STATEMENT
For the purposes of the Treaty Between the United States of America and the Russian
Federation on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of January 3,
1993 (START II), and without prejudice to the provisions of the Treaty Between the United
States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the Reduction and
Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of July 31, 1991, the Parties agree that Article III of
START II shall be understood by both Parties as allowing reductions in the number of
warheads attributed to Minuteman III ICBMs to be carried out at any time before December
31, 2007.

PRIMAKOV LETTER ON EARLY DEACTIVATION

26 September 1997
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
MINISTER OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS

Dear Madam Secretary:

On behalf of the Government of the Russian Federation, in connection with the Treaty
Between the Russian Federation and the United States of America on Further Reduction and
Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of January 3, 1993, hereinafter referred to as the
Treaty, I have the honor to propose that agreement be concluded between our Governments
on deactivation of certain strategic nuclear delivery vehicles.
Under this agreement our Governments would agree that upon entry into force of the Treaty,
the Russian Federation and the United States of America shall deactivate, by December 31,
2003, all strategic nuclear delivery vehicles which will be eliminated under the Treaty, by
removing their nuclear reentry vehicles or taking other jointly agreed steps.
Immediately upon entry into force of the Treaty, experts of the Parties will begin work
simultaneously both on the understandings concerning methods of deactivation as well as
parameters of an appropriate program of assistance of the United States of America in
implementation of the deactivation mentioned above. Practical steps to implement
deactivation will be undertaken on the basis of these understandings.
Taking into account the supreme national interests of the country, the Russian Federation
proceeds from the understanding that well in advance of the above deactivation deadline the
START III Treaty will be achieved and enter into force.
This letter together with your response shall constitute agreement between the Governments
of the Russian Federation and the United States of America, which shall enter into force on
the date of entry into force of the Treaty and shall remain in force as long as the Treaty
remains in force.
Please accept, Madam Secretary, the assurances of my highest consideration.
Y. Primakov
Her Excellency, Madeleine K. Albright,
Secretary of State
The United States of America, Washington

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ALBRIGHT LETTER ON EARLY DEACTIVATION

26 September 1997
THE SECRETARY OF STATE
WASHINGTON

Dear Mr. Minister:

On behalf of the Government of the United States of America, I have the honor to accept the
proposal set forth in your letter of this date to conclude, in connection with the Treaty
Between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on Further Reduction and
Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of January 3, 1993, hereinafter referred to as the
Treaty, agreement between our Governments on deactivation of certain strategic nuclear
delivery vehicles.
Under this agreement our Governments would agree that upon entry into force of the Treaty,
the United States of America and the Russian Federation shall deactivate, by December 31,
2003, all strategic nuclear delivery vehicles which will be eliminated under the Treaty, by
removing their nuclear reentry vehicles or taking other jointly agreed steps.
Immediately upon entry into force of the Treaty, experts of the Parties will begin work
simultaneously both on the understandings concerning methods of deactivation as well as
parameters of an appropriate program of assistance of the United States of America in
implementation of the deactivation mentioned above. Practical steps to implement
deactivation will be undertaken on the basis of these understandings.
The Government of the United States of America notes the statement of the Russian
Federation position on the issue of START III entry into force.
This response together with your letter shall constitute agreement between the Governments
of the United States of America and the Russian Federation, which shall enter into force on
the date of entry into force of the Treaty and shall remain in force as long as the Treaty
remains in force.
Please accept, Mr. Minister, the assurances of my highest consideration.
Sincerely,

Madeleine K. Albright
The Honorable Yevgeniy Maksimovich Primakov,
Minister of Foreign Affairs of,
the Russian Federation, New York.

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START II Correspondence

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DEPARTMENT OF STATE

OFFICE OF LANGUAGE SERVICES

(Translation)

LS No. 140345
LB/AO
Russian

December 29, 1992

Dear Mr. Secretary,

I have the honor to inform you that the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan, in
accordance with the Protocol signed in Lisbon on May 23, 1992, to the Treaty Between the Union
of Soviet Socialist Republics and the United States of America on the Reduction and Limitation of
Strategic Offensive Arms are conducting negotiations with a view to prepare an agreement on the
procedure for the implementation of the START Treaty. One of the elements of the agreement
under elaboration will provide for the movement of all heavy ICBMs and their launch canisters
located in Kazakhstan to Russia within the seven year START reduction period. specific provisions
of this agreement are still to be agreed upon. The Russian Federation will spare no effort to reach an
agreement with the Republic of Kazakhstan that all heavy ICBMs now located in Kazakhstan would
be subject to the requirement of the Treaty between the Russian Federation and the United States of
America on Further Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms providing for the
destruction of such missiles and their launch canisters. Once we have concluded such an agreement
with Kazakhstan, we will provide you with a copy of this instrument.

Accept Mr. Secretary, the assurances of my highest considerations.

A. Kozyrev

Minister of Foreign Affairs


of the Russian Federation

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George Bush advocate to some extent within the bounds of intellectuality. The peace
overtures of Soviet to independent East Europe I viewed as a light to a not a mutually
assured deplorable trajectory path from iron curtains, to iron mules in the civics there
instead. So they summoned for a Handy Dandy; a Safety Personality, to possibly prove
that mission worthy of praise, in the face of battle lines that need not exist from a sub
marginal degrees of likely and unlikely courses of judgment and legal actionary
framework to every saucer module in U N operative custody(s) here and now thereto.

As the frame depicts, I am a portrait of a Faith defender. I fight for a cause if it fancys
my taste. I am not a rebel. I can be ridged and unyielding on one hand, exercise
precedence and etiquette on the cuff, slow to anger, slick as oil, dramatic and crude, not
too quick to speak though, in and that I get under tomorrow, lost in reminders that my
foreign policy beliefs are that to which is upward of, say 91% up to par U S A / U N
standards. Exception being, a bailout policy if the red Chinese make a try, on Taiwan;
and if you do that, love can be an angry word, and so. The Treaty terms are 31 December
2,017; re-unification, pending disarmament duties assumed here withal thereupon.
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