38.       THE INDIVIDUAL LAW

Does not the international court
find it self to report
as a global court
on the individual’s effort
of that of international law
and human rights abusers?

Then should the global citizen
not have the same right
for an individual effort
of its own recognition
of an unified state?

As the global court
must find political report
from a legitimate state of unity
before it can cater for its laws
and its own identity,
but legitimacy only comes from above.

11/6/1998