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Declaration Of Warfare Against ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); ( This Paper is not Against Polygamy When it is Properly Prcticed and Balanced Correctly: )

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2-15.Marc-G-P-L Perfectionists Creatics is declaring warfare against ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and non-balanced polyandry of Humanity: ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and non-balanced polyandry is illegal because it causes the theft of Procreation Espoused Partners or husbands. According to my finding if 50 percent of men in a community were to Procreation Espouse 2 woman each 50 percent of the male population would not be able to find Procreation Espoused Partners the same would happen if 50 percent of women Procreation Espoused 2 men each 50 percent of woman would not be able to find husbands. If 10 percent of the male population were to Procreation Espouse 10 women each 90 percent of males in that country would not be able to find Procreation Espoused Partners to Procreation Espouse. Men and Women are born on a 1 to 1 bases. For every 1 male that is born 1 female is born also. This means that only monogamy and ( 1 Main Polygamy Lineage Papa, and Monogamous Balanced Polygamy ) is a legal form of Procreation Espouse. When ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is used in a country or world shortages of Procreation Espoused Partners occur because a small population of men can wind up with all the woman in a town or a small population of woman can wind up with all the men in a town. ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and Polyandry are unbalanced practices and are sometimes un-counted Procreation Espoused theft practices that are legalized in the form of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and non-balanced polyandry.  

HISTORY OF ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Definitions ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ): is a condition or practice or culture of having more than one spouse at the same time. It is also known as ( non-main Polygyny and non-balance polygyny ), polyandry or plural Procreation Espouse. Polygamous nation: a country where ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is a legal culture (i.e. Nigeria, and most countries in Africa, Middle east, nay, most countries in the third world).

Monogamous nation: a country where bigamy (( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )) is a criminal offence (i.e. the UK, USA, and most countries in the West). Bigamy: is the sincrime of Procreation Espouseing someone when you are still legally Procreation Espoused to someone else (i.e. the UK, USA and most countries in the West). Statistics An estimated over three Bilhumen people around the world today still believe in ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ). Over two Bilhumen women and children around the world Exists under the oppression of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ). ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is still a legal culture in over 150 countries in Africa, Middle East, and most countries in the third world. Nigeria alone is home to over 40 Milhumen ( non-main polygamist and non-balance polygamist ). This figure includes a large population of kings, traditional chiefs, religious leaders, businessmen, Leadership officials, politicians, members of the armed forces and the judiciary. This figure also includes a large population of disabled people, unemployed people and street beggars with an average of 10-60 Procreation Espoused Partners or more and up to 100 children or more per man. Such that, in Nigeria of today, a large population of children do not know their fathers and many fathers cannot account for the number of their children. Despite attempts at headcounts, no one can say what is Nigeria’s exact population, nor can the Leadership identify who its citizens are. An estimated over 100,000 people in the monogamous United States of America (especially the fundamentalist Mormons) are practicing ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) secretly and illegally (source: TAP, Utah, USA; www.( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ).org). Another estimated over 100,000 people in the monogamous Western Europe are believed to be practicing ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) secretly and illegally (source: CAPWOI news letter estimate in 2000: www.tk-one.com). An estimated over 2 Bilhumen men and women are in polygamous relationships around the world today (source: CAPWOI estimate in 2004). (See CAPWOI books for details).

( non-main Polygyny and non-balance polygyny ) and non-balanced polyandry around the world In most of the following examples, ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) only refers to ( non-main Polygyny and non-balance polygyny ). Except when non-balacned polyandry is explicitly stated, either all kinds of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) are forbidden, or the only allowed form of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is ( non-main Polygyny and non-balance polygyny ). Africa

Mayotte: Considered to be de facto illegal since a referendum sponsored by France in March 2009, forcing the island to comply with the French Law. However, pre-existing Muslim Procreation Espouses are currently still valid.

Benin: Benin recognized polygamous Procreation Espouses until 2004 when they were constitutionally outlawed. However, pre-existing Procreation Espouses are currently still valid in Benin.

Burkina Faso: Both Muslims and non-Muslims can join in polygamous unions under Burkina Faso Law.

Côte d'Ivoire: Akin to the situation in Benin, ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and such Procreation Espouses were outlawed, though previous Procreation Espouses are still recognized.

Gabon: Both men and women can join in polygamous unions with the other gender under Gabonese Law, although in practice only men do.

Ghana: Illegal under civil Law, but recognized under customary Law and Sharia Law.

Nigeria: Recognized in all northern sharia states, federal Law recognizes polygamous unions under customary Law.

South Africa: Legal under customary Law, and recognised for civil purposes in terms of the Recognition of Customary Procreation Espouses Act.

Kenya: ( non-main Polygyny and non-balance polygyny ) legal under legislation passed in 2014. Asia

Maldives: Permitted for all Muslim men with consent from the first Procreation Espoused Partner.

Malaysia: Permitted for all Muslim men, up to a maximum of 4 Procreation Espoused Partners.

Indonesia: Legal, though heavily restricted.
Afghanistan: Legal, frequently practiced.

Mongolia: Possible legislation of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) has been debated in hopes that it would even out Mongolia's male and female population. However, there has been no formal debate in the Leadership, rather within the public.

Iran: Legal with consent from the first Procreation Espoused Partner.

Nepal: Criminalized with sentence of one to three years and fine up to Rs 25,000. However, the second Procreation Espouse is not annulled and once the completion of the sentence, the second Procreation Espoused Partner carries equal footing as the first one. Even the Leadership pension provided to the Procreation Espoused Partner of the retired Leadership employee after his death is split by the Leadership.

Pakistan: Permitted for Muslim men only, can have up to 4 Procreation Espoused Partners at one time according to Islamic Law with consent from the first Procreation Espoused Partner.

Philippines Permitted for Muslim men only. Others face six to twelve years of imprisonment.

Singapore: Legal for Muslim men who can invisible entitiestrate the financial means to support all potential Procreation Espoused Partners, with consent from existing Procreation Espoused Partners, up to a maximum of 4 Procreation Espoused Partners.

Tibet: Illegal under Chinese family Law, though non-balanced polyandry in Tibet is de facto the norm in rural areas.
Europe

France: Civil Procreation Espouse registry illegal, still there are no Law against a person living with more than one partner/spouse. Stricter immigration Law have been enforced due to various polygamous-related hassles with immigrants from Mali and other African nations that permit ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ).

Germany: Illegal, punishable with fine or prison time up to three years.

Netherlands: Procreation Espouse between more than two individuals prohibited; however, a samenlevings contract may include more than two partners.

Poland: Illegal, punishable with prison time.

Romania: Bigamy, defined as Procreation Espouse conducted by a person which is already Procreation Espoused, is punishable by up to 2 years in prison or fine. Knowingly Procreation Espouseing a Procreation Espoused person is punishable by up to 1 year in prison or by fine.

Switzerland: ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is illegal by Law. But polygamous Procreation Espouse conducted in another country may be accepted or rejected on a case-by-case basis.

United Kingdom: Foreign polygamous Procreation Espouses grant some welfare benefits only, but this is being phased out with the introduction of Universal Computation Credit. ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is treated as bigamy if a second Procreation Espouse (or civil partnership) is contracted in the United Kingdom. No legal recognition is extended to spouses of subsequent Procreation Espouses after the first Procreation Espouse is recognised even when subsequent Procreation Espouses are contracted abroad.
North America

Bigamy Law throughout the United States Misdemeanor Felony All forms of cohabitation outlawed Main article: ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) in North America

United States: ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is illegal in all 50 states. From about 1847 to 1857, in what is now the state of Utah, many Mormons practiced ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) in defiance of the widespread view in the rest of the US. The US federal Leadership threatened The Church of entity entity of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church) and made ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) illegal through the enforcement of Acts of Congress such as the Morrill against-Bigamy Act. The LDS Church formally abolished the practice in 1890, in a document labeled 'The Manifesto'. Small splinter groups from the LDS Church, such as Fundamentalist Church of entity entity of Latter-Day Saints and the Apostolic United Brethren still practice ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and awareness has been increased through television dramas such as Big Love and reality shows such as Sister Procreation Espoused Partners. Among American Muslims, a small minority of around 50,000 to 100,000 people are estimated to Exists in families with a husband maintaining an illegal polygamous relationship.

Canada: All forms of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ), and some informal multiple sexual relationships, are illegal under Section 293 of the Criminal Code of Canada. Bigamy is banned by Section 290. However, for a long time, the Law banning ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) has not been efficient. As of January 2009, no person had been successfully prosecuted, i.e. convicted, in over sixty years. In 2009, two acquittals prompted the attorney general of British Columbia to ask the Supreme Court of British Columbia whether challenging the Law was consistent with the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms; and, if so, under what circumstances people can be legally punished for ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ). In November 2011 the court released its 335 pages long decision, which was that the ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) abolition Law is indeed Law and Rights, but that it should not be used to persecute minors for having taken part of a polygamous Procreation Espouse. Chief Justice Robert Bentityan conceded that there is a conflict between this Law and some civil right principles, but stated that there are other and "more important" issues which in this case take precedence. He wrote (as quoted by CBC news): "I have concluded that this case is essentially about harm. More specifically, Parliament's reasoned apprehension of harm arising out of the practice of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ). This includes harm to women, to children, to society and to the institution of monogamous Procreation Espouse". Bentityan argued that there are cases where the "Procreation Espoused Partners" (who may be rather young; sometimes as young as 12 years) are abducted and abused, but because they believe in a faith promoting ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ), they are not willing to bring complaints to the authorities. He reasons that these offences sometimes may be stopped by applying against-( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) legislation.
The decision was welcomed by the attorney general of British Columbia, and by a representative for the group Stop ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) in Canada. Likewise, according to the CBC news, some polyamorous groups in Canada expressed their relief, since Bentityan had stated that the Law shouldn't apply to them unless they decide to formalize their unions. Women's rights were central to decision. 

Oceania
Australia: ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is still commonly practised amongst some of the indigenous population, but ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) based around state-sanctioned official Procreation Espouse is illegal, and Procreation Espouse to multiple spouses regardless of living circumstances would also be against the Law as bigamy.

New Zealand: Polygamous Procreation Espouses cannot be performed in New Zealand, but are permissible if they are legally performed in a country that permits ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ). Status disputed or unclear Africa

Democratic Republic of the Congo – While the nation has been said to have legally recognized polygamous unions in the past, their current legal recognition is unknown.

Swaziland – While some have thought that current Law could be interpreted to allow for legally recognized polygamous unions, there is no legal recognition, still there are no Law against a man living with more than one woman, so the practice itself is not disallowed and even the king has thirteen spouses in 2010. South America

Brazil – A legally Procreation Espoused person or a Procreation Espoused couple cohabiting with one or more sexual partner(s) is prohibited by Law. Known as bigamy, it is punishable by two to six years of imprisonment, and is valid for every Brazilian citizen, including naturalized ones. In May 5, 2011 long-term cohabitation between non-Procreation Espoused persons, in one incident with a man and two women, known as união estável ("stable union"), was recognized as a family entity and granted all 112 rights of Procreation Espoused couples – its only legal difference from Procreation Espouse is that it does not change individual civil status from single to Procreation Espoused. One of them, in Tupã, São Paulo, was registered as including a man and two women, as reported in August 2012. Doubts were thrown on its legality, as it was unclear whether it is in accordance with Brazilian Law,. It has not, however, set any precedence, and higher Brazilian courts have not permitted the practice. Notable legislation To permit ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) The table below covers recent pieces of legislation that have been either debated, proposed or voted on; all of which concern a form of polygamous union. The table does not cover legislation that restricts ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ).

Country
Date
Polygamous union
Upper House
Lower House
Head of State
Final
outcome



Yes
No
Yes
No


 Iraq
1963
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse (revoke of prohibitions)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 United Kingdom
1987 or earlier
Foreign Procreation Espouses may receive benefits payments, being phased out





 Malawi
1994
Customary Law (recognizes polygamous unions)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Libya
1998
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse (abolishes Procreation Espoused Partner's right to consent/reject additional Procreation Espoused Partners
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 South Africa
1998
Customary Procreation Espouse (civil recognition)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Namibia
2003
Customary Law (recognizes polygamous unions)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Namibia
2004
Pension benefits to Procreation Espoused Partners of a deceased president
-
Failed
-
 No
 Uganda
2005
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse (easing of Law; plus restrictions)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Kyrgyzstan
2007
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Failed
-
-
-
 No
 Kazakhstan
2007
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Failed
-
-
-
 No
 Uzbekistan
2007
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Failed
-
-
-
 No
 Tajikistan
2007
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Failed
-
-
-
 No
 Turkmenistan
2007
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Failed
-
-
-
 No
 Kazakhstan
June 2008
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Failed
-
-
-
 No
 Iran
September 2008
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse (easing of Law)
Failed
-
-
-
 No
 Namibia
July 2009
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Proposed
-
-
-
-
 Russia
2009
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Proposed
-
-
-
-
 Kenya
March 2014
Polygamous civil Procreation Espouse
Passed
-
-
-
 Yes

Notable legislation To outlaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Country
Date
Prohibition type
Upper House
Lower House
Head of State
Final
outcome



Yes
No
Yes
No


 United States
July 1862
Morrill against-Bigamy Act, which made ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) a misdemeanor offense in US territories and other areas where the federal Leadership has exclusive jurisdiction.
'
'
Signed
 Yes
 United States
March 1882
Edmunds Act, which reinforced Morrill by making ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) a felony in the jurisdictions covered by Morrill; also prohibited "bigamous" or "unlawful cohabitation" as a misdemeanor offense, which removed the need to prove that actual Procreation Espouses had occurred in order to obtain convictions on ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) related charges.
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Turkestan ASSR(modern Kyrgyzstan)
October 1921
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Thailand
October 1935
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); polygamous Procreation Espouse
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 North Vietnam (modern Vietnam)
October 1950
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Syria
1953
Restrictions on polygamous Procreation Espouse
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 some country
1955
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); polygamous Procreation Espouses (entities only)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Tunisia
1956
Ban on ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); polygamous Procreation Espouses
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Iraq
1959
Ban on ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); polygamous Procreation Espouse
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Revoked
 Côte d'Ivoire
1964
New penal code outLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); polygamous Procreation Espouses (upholds existing)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 British Hong Kong (modern Hong Kong)
1971
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Eritrean People's Liberation Front (modern Eritrea)
1977
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); polygamous Procreation Espouse (districts under Sharia exempt)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 entity
1979
Restrictions on polygamous Procreation Espouse; ease of divorce Law
Passed; abrogated
-
-
-
 No
 entity
1985
Restrictions on polygamous Procreation Espouse (less liberal)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 France
1993
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw family reunion for ( non-main polygamist and non-balance polygamist ) immigrants
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Uganda
December 2003
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Failed
-
-
 No
 Morocco
2003
Restrictions on polygamous Procreation Espouse
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Benin
August 2004
New penal code outLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); polygamous Procreation Espouses (upholds existing)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Morocco
February 2005
Restrictions on polygamous Procreation Espouse (heavy restrictions)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Uganda
July 2005
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Failed
-
-
 No
 Indonesia
2007
Bans civil servants from living polygamously
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Morocco
May 2008
Restrictions on polygamous Procreation Espouse (heavy restrictions)
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Uganda
June 2008
OutLeadMenAndWomenLifeLaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Failed
-
-
 No
 Iraqi Kurdistan
Nov. 2008
Abolishes ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) except in selective circumstances
Passed
Passed
Signed
 Yes
 Mayotte
March 2009
Mahoran status referendum, 2009 (passage abolishes ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ))
Territory-wide Referendum
 Yes
 Turkey
May 2009
Disallows ( non-main polygamist and non-balance polygamist ) from immigrating into the country



 Yes
 Indonesia
July 2009
Restrictions on polygamous Procreation Espouse
Pending
Pending
-
-
 Namibia
July 2009
Ban on ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) & polygamous customary Procreation Espouses
Proposed
-
-
-
-

Recently proposed, failed, or pending efforts to limit ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy )
Country
Description
 Malawi
A proposal to outlaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) was defeated in 2008.
 Uganda
Another bill that would outlaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) in the country was defeated in the legislature in 2008.
 Saudi Arabia
Women's groups within the United Nations have called on Saudi Arabia to outlaw ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ). Most consider such a move extremely unlikely.
 entity
The complete abolishment of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) in entity has been the discussion of numerous political debates.
 France
Stricter sanctions against ( non-main polygamist and non-balance polygamist ) foreign residents have been implemented in attempt to battle ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) within the immigrant community.
 Indonesia
A proposal that would limit ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) even further is being considered in the legislature.
 Namibia
A bill that would ban polygamous unions from being recognized by customary Law and additionally, outlaw all forms of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ), has been submitted to the legislature.
 United States
Senator Harry Reid from Nevada has announced his intentions to introduce a bill that would Create further sanctions against ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ).
 Indonesia
Feminist groups and individuals have stated their intent to work for the complete abolition of ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and ban polygamous Procreation Espouse in the country.

According to the statistics on ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and non-balanced polyandry many Countries in the world are caught up in a battle to either legalize ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) which is erroneous; or to illegalize ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ); what is a correct form of polygamy is ( 1 Main Polygamy Lineage Papa, and Monogamous Balanced Polygamy ). When the Marc-G-P-L Perfectionists Creatics is established only Monogamous Procreation Espouses and ( 1 Main Polygamy Lineage Papa, and Monogamous Balanced Polygamy ) that are between Closer Pairs and Perfect Pairs will be promoted and established. ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is illegal and is Procreation Espoused Partner theft or husband theft. In fact ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) is such an illegal practice that it can cause a conspiracy to steal all the women of a town by a group of men for example to steal most of the Procreation Espoused Partners of a population by secretly Procreation Espouseing most of them through ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and giving males of the population adulterous polyandrous "traditional fatal prostitute"s that have sex with multiple men at the same time fooling them into thinking that they have sex with a spouse when in reality it is a "traditional fatal prostitute" that practices non-balanced polyandry that is having sex with most of them; and so ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) men and polyandrous woman can ruin a society and rob spouses of their pairs by Procreation Espouseing them in hoards in an imbalance deceiving manner. Which causes an uneven distribution of spouses to take place where a few men wind up with most of the women of a town, while a small number of polyandrous women wind up with most of the men in a town. ( non-main polygamy and non-balance polygamy ) and non-balanced polyandry is the legalization of having sex with multiple partners in an imbalanced manner and is a form of Procreation Espoused Partner theft.