Section 6. Abortion is Sin.
Life begins when the zygote attaches itself to the wall of the womb, subject to the US jurisdiction thereof.
It is important to note that this section does not make abortions illegal, instead this section is a simple statement of principle. The society is free (at the Federal level) to draw the boundaries of their collective morality at any point along the spectrum of right and wrong at any time.
So for example..
It could make all abortions illegal at the Federal level. It could also cut off any State support and/or funding for programs that advocate abortions.
Any person who had an abortion, domestic or abroad would be tried for murder if in the U.S..
Any person who assisted in an abortion would be tried as an accomplice to murder.
Any person who voluntary performed or assisted in an abortion would not be issued any visa to enter the United States.
Abortion could be on demand.
This section would also secure what is called "A woman's inherent right to citizenship" by bringing the womb under the jurisdiction of the United States thereof. Thus once this amendment is passed every child of an American woman born outside the United States would automatically be granted citizenship. This right would extend to all future generations of girls, however for boys citizenship would be guaranteed to the first generation only.
The same right would not apply to men who had children born to non-citizen women outside the United States. They instead would have to follow a process prescribed by Congress and could still be denied citizenship by Congress or the Courts. In Miller v. Albright, 523 U.S. 420 (1998) and Nguyen v. INS, 533 U.S. 53 (2001) the court used abortion to almost overturn this principle. In the 5-4 decision the court ruled that because abortion was now globally available the court could tell Congress that laws distinguishing between the way women and men are treated in immigration matters are unconstitutional.
Had the decision gone the other way it would have been disastrous. Congress would have had to grant citizenship to every illegitimate child of American men across the planet (e.g. children of GI's), or congress would have had to place huge financial burdens on single moms wishing to raise their children here because the father was foreign. This must never happen again for as we expand Americas global hegemony, it shall not be by guns or butter but instead it will be by birth and citizenship. For now however let the assault to invert Roe v. Wade begin....CIVIS ORTUS. The pro-life salute shall be to make a right handed fist and then place it against the left side of your chest with the phrase CIVIS ORTUS. So this section provides a uniform standard for abortion throughout the United States, but this standard must be set by the consensus of all the people.
In the global environment life has to be treated like any replenishable resource. Just as one would like the best fruit so too must one want the best sentient resource. However one must not trade the most precious of resources for a GUCCI handbag. For whilst the cost of production is mere pennies the intangible cost reflect a moral marketplace malfeasance. So whilst practical to allow abortion in the cases above, trading a life in a GUCCI abortion is a market abomination and must be forbidden.
But perhaps the most important aspect of this position is that as more and more women have citizen children then the U.S. should become the largest exporter of a global American hegemonic labor supply, who have there domicile government as their primary form of governance, and the Article28 Constitution as their secondary form (the womb ... subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States). And all citizens are guaranteed that their labor no matter where they reside is secured from a tyrannical congress, but their wealth at home is guaranteed.
See "The Free Eve Project".
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