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The peace treaty between the ExoHumans and the Alliance of the Native Tribes on the planet VOI 700 D was signed at april 16 in the year 2631. It sealed the official end of the Great War between the Volunteer Army of Man and the Natives.

With the treaty, people recognize that they have lost the war and surrender. The terms of the treaty were negotiated between representatives of the ExoHumans and the leaders of the Arla River Alliance tribes. The negotiations lasted seven days. It was ratified by a popular vote among the people.

The terms of the peace treaty are considered the basis for the constitution of the people on VOI 700 D as well as their economic system.

The supervision of the observance of the rules of the Peace Treaty is carried out by so-called Native Supervisors, who were created by the Alliance of Native Tribes and to whom all exohuman authorities are obliged to provide information.

The terms of the peace treaty

The peace treaty includes a total of seven main points, all of which were predetermined by Native Tribal leaders:

1. The ExoHumans acknowledge that they have lost the war and declare their surrender. Under this main point it was also settled that with this peace treaty the people would renounce their Volunteer Army of Man, hand over their weapons to the Natives, and in the future have only a few security forces that would be allowed to carry weapons.

2. The ExoHumans assure the Native Tribes that they will respect the natural balance of the planet and will not upset it. Under this main point, it was determined that humans would renounce a vigilantist model of society, but instead live in balance with all the tribes and creatures of the planet in the future, so that no one uses more resources than can be replenished within a year.

4. The ExoHumans receive fixed assigned reservations from the Natives. Outside these reservations, people may move only with the consent of the Natives. Under this main item, it was determined that people would be given reservations for their community. The boundaries of the reserves coincide with the boundaries of the communities of New Kourou, Firetown, Hope and Morningstar. Each of the communities is considered a separate reserve. People do not have unconditional residency rights outside the boundaries of their reservations. People are only allowed to move outside the boundaries of their territories to provide each other with resources or to visit each other on important private occasions. It is up to the people to use this limited right of residence judiciously, because it can be taken away from them at any time by the native tribes if they abuse it.

5.The ExoHumans receive from the Native Tribes the right to govern themselves and organize their coexistence, as long as this does not violate any of the rules of the peace treaty. Under this item it was clarified that the Native would not regulate the people beyond the terms of the peace treaty. People are allowed and required to organize their community to fit in with the Native Tribes community on VOI 700 D and live in “balance with nature.”

6. The ExoHumans acknowledge that for the time being they have only a “temporary guest right” on VOI 700 D and that the natives will regularly monitor them for an indefinite period of time for behavior in accordance with the rules. To ensure this, the Native Tribes will periodically send observers to the reservations, to whom the people are obligated to provide information at all times.

The Native Tribes pledge to be proportionate in their inspections, and not infringe upon the ExoHumans' privacy and self-governance any more than necessary according to the terms of this treaty. If, through a report by the observers or through flagrant misconduct, it becomes apparent that the people are not abiding by the terms of the Peace Treaty, the Native Tribes, as hosts, may at any time revoke the people's temporary guest rights. In such a case, the ExoHumans have the duration of one Honga cycle to leave the planet again.

7. If the ExoHumans behave well, they can regain the respect of their neighboring tribes and gain full residency rights Under this point, people are given a perspective. For if they abide by the terms of the Peace Treaty and thus regain the respect of their neighboring tribes, their “provisional right of hospitality” will turn into a “full right of residence” and the Native tribes will once again meet the Humans as partners on an equal footing. However, no time dimension was deliberately defined for this point. The Natives reserve the right to decide for themselves when the time is right.

Perception of the peace treaty in exohuman society

Since the surrender was preceded by an act of sabatoge by the Anti-War Movement, the peace treaty was highly controversial among the people from the beginning. However, it can be said that a strong majority emerged quite quickly who were basically positive about the end of the war and the peace it brought and shared the reading that the people had triggered and provoked the war by their space-grabbing behavior.

About 70 percent of exohuman settlers supported the peace treaty in the first years (which is almost congruent with the voters of the Communards).Their goal is to obtain “full residency rights” for the Humans and become a full, respected tribe in community with the other tribes.

However, about 30 percent of the population (which is almost congruent with the Individualist voters) refuses to acknowledge the defeat of the people, saying that they were not defeated by the Natives, but that the defeat was brought about by “the treason of the Anti War Movement.” Moreover, the rejectionists feel that the terms of the peace treaty are too restrictive and “inhibit civilization.”

A radical minority among the rejecters of the peace treaty also questions whether people should live in peaceful co-existence with Native tribes at all. They rather hold the opinion that mankind should make the planet VOI 700 D subject to itself. Like their ancestors once did the earth.

peace_treaty.txt · Last modified: 2023/12/14 03:49 by admin

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