The Endomorphic Laws

DECEMBER 3, 2073

BILL NUMBER: AB 2002 INTRODUCED BY Assembly Member, the Reverend Julian Masters

An act to establish new sections of the Penal Code relating to obscene matter.

LEGISLATIVE COUNSEL'S DIGEST

AB 2002, as introduced, Masters. Obscene matter: obesity.

Existing law does not provide sufficient guiding principles regarding the prevention and control of obesity for the general population. Optimum health requires a dynamic God-centered morality system free of negative distractions. For far too long the nation has tolerated depraved, self-indulgent choices of the obese, causing a disruption to the ideal national aesthetic and resulting in economic hardship for every taxpayer. It is hereby determined that a standard set of parameters be established to provide necessary standards to combat this corruptive, corpulent condition.

These new federal guidelines, hereafter to be known as The Endomorphic Laws, shall provide comprehensive and appropriate measures for the general population of the United States of America. Future amendments shall add clarity and address any issues not yet identified in the national efforts to control this growing and seemingly uncontrollable epidemic. The individual’s rights, though important and valued, shall only be protected as long as they do not interfere with the states.

A thin, fit society is a healthy society. A happy, productive society is one free of calorie-laden foods that lead directly to gluttonous excess and results in slovenly, grotesque appearance and behavior. The elimination and eradication of the access points for obesity, such as fast food restaurants and junk food availability, will be part of the comprehensive approach the government shall take in this new war on obesity.

Fast food shall be defined as food that is designed for ready availability, can be prepared and served quickly, and with little consideration given to quality or significance. Junk food shall be defined as food that is high in calories but low in nutritional content.

In this era of political correctness, the tolerance of the obese condition, super-morbidly or otherwise, has provided an atmosphere of acceptance by making daily life easier and more accessible to the grotesquely overweight population. Restaurants, theatres and all public venues have been previously forced through the Americans with Disability Act to provide, at substantial costs, specialized seating for the largest of our populace. Airlines have been forced to provide two, three and in some cases four seats to the obese at their own cost in an effort to accommodate dangerously obese citizens.

By normalizing this dangerous condition, the wrong message is being delivered to the citizens of the United States. The mere presence of the obese in everyday society normalizes this insidious, deviant condition by creating an atmosphere of tolerance and acceptance, a reinforced societal acceptance of the obese population in every level of society. The end result of these greedy, self-indulgent choices lands on society in the form of public welfare benefits. Social Security Disability’s approval guidelines for the obese encourage further advancement of this condition by providing financial and medical assistance through governmental disability programs that result in a substantial economic drain upon ever-dwindling resources. This shall no longer be permitted.

Be it known that any citizen with a BMI of 30 or greater shall now be referred to as Fatizen.

This bill is sponsored by the newly established Office of Size Compliance and supported by the National Association of Dietary Professionals.

THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA DO ENACT AS FOLLOWS:

  SECTION 1.  Section 335611.1 of the Penal Code is amended to read:

  • All fast food restaurants (chain or otherwise) utilizing lard, grease or any oils for the purpose of frying foods shall immediately surrender their business licenses and are hereby ordered to vacate the premises.

  • Any person who knowingly utilizes or otherwise participates in the selling or trading of contraband cooking oils, fast foods or junk foods shall be punished by mandatory bariatric surgery, by imprisonment in the State penitentiary, by a fine not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), or by fine and a one-year internment for treatment at a government-sanctioned Calorie Camp.

  • This section does not apply to the activities of the Office of Size Compliance special law enforcement via the Dietary Guard Patrol and prosecuting agencies in the investigation and prosecution of criminal offenses or to legitimate medical, scientific, or educational activities.

  • Every person who has been previously convicted of a violation of any of this section of The Endomorphic Laws shall be found guilty of a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the State penitentiary for two years.

 

SECTION 2.  Section 335611.2 of the Penal Code is amended to read:

  • Fatizens shall receive a 30% reduction in their weekly grocery allotment. Mandatory utilization of the Dietary Distribution Card for each purchase shall ensure proper and appropriate monitoring enforcement by the Office of Size Compliance.

  • Fatizens found guilty of violating this law shall be punished by imprisonment in the State penitentiary, by mandatory bariatric surgery, by a fine not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), or by fine and a one-year internment for treatment at a government-sanctioned Calorie Camp.

  • Fatizens who have been previously convicted of a violation of any of this section of The Endomorphic Laws shall be found guilty of a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the State penitentiary for two years.

 

SECTION 3.  Section 335611.3 of the Penal Code is amended to read:

  • Fatizens shall be subject to a supplemental annual tax of 20% of gross annual income. Each additional BMI point above 30 shall increase their tax percentage by 1 (one) percent.

  • Fatizens found guilty of violating this law through tax evasion of any kind shall be punished by imprisonment in the State penitentiary, by mandatory bariatric surgery, by a fine not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), or by fine and a one-year internment for treatment at a government-sanctioned Calorie Camp.

  • Fatizens who have been previously convicted of a violation of any of this section of The Endomorphic Laws shall be found guilty of a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the State penitentiary for two years.

 

SECTION 4.  Section 335611.4 of the Penal Code is amended to read:

  • Purchase of desserts or junk food is hereby prohibited for fatizens. Mandatory utilization of the Dietary Distribution Card for each purchase shall ensure monitoring enforcement by the Office of Size Compliance. Desserts shall be defined as a sweet dish (as in pastry or ice cream) that is high in calories but low in nutritional content.

  • Fatizens found guilty of violating this law shall be punished by mandatory bariatric surgery, by imprisonment in the State penitentiary, by a fine not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), or by fine and a one-year internment for treatment at a government-sanctioned Calorie Camp.

  • Fatizens who have been previously convicted of a violation of any of these sections of The Endomorphic Laws shall be found guilty of a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the State penitentiary for two years.

 

SECTION 5.  Section 335611.5 of the Penal Code is amended to read:

  • Marital or sexual relations between fatizens and normal citizens are now to be classified as immoral and are hereby prohibited by law.

  • Any person found guilty of violating this law shall be subject to Psychogenic Re-Integration, by imprisonment in the State penitentiary, by a fine not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), or by fine and a one-year internment for treatment at a government-sanctioned Calorie Camp.

  • Fatizens who have been previously convicted of a violation of any of these sections of The Endomorphic Laws shall be found guilty of a felony and shall be punished by imprisonment in the State penitentiary for two years.

January 12, 2076

BILL NUMBER: AB 8122 INTRODUCED BY Mimi Masters, Executive Director, Office of Size Compliance.

Amendment to The Endomorphic Laws.

SECTION 6.  Section 335611.6 of the Penal Code is amended to read:

  • No public or private dining establishment shall permit fatizens to sit and/or dine within the establishment. Any individual found guilty of violating this law shall be subject to Psychogenic Re-Integration and/or mandatory bariatric surgery, by imprisonment in the State penitentiary, by a fine not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), or by fine and a one-year internment for treatment at a government-sanctioned Calorie Camp.

  • Fatizens shall not be permitted to consume or transport junk food or a dessert of any kind. Any individual found guilty of violating this law shall be punished by mandatory bariatric surgery, by imprisonment in the State penitentiary, by a fine not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), or by fine and a one-year internment for treatment at a government-sanctioned Calorie Camp.

  • No private or public employer shall be permitted to employ a fatizen. Any individual found guilty of violating this law shall be subject to Psychogenic Re-Integration and/or mandatory bariatric surgery, by imprisonment in the State penitentiary, subject to a fine not to exceed one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000), or subject to a fine and a one-year internment for treatment at a government sanctioned Calorie Camp.

 

March 20, 2077

 

BILL NUMBER: AB 8192 INTRODUCED BY Mimi Masters, Executive Director, Office of Size Compliance.

Amendment to The Endomorphic Laws.

SECTION 7.  Section 335611.7 of the Penal Code is amended to read:

  • Fatizens shall no longer retain the rights and privileges afforded to fit, productive citizens.

  • All fatizens shall receive complementary, mandated treatment and ongoing nutritional re-education as well as any physician-authorized Psychogenic Re-Integration at a government-sanctioned Calorie Camp.

 

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