- Class One — English Speaking First World; French Speaking for Quebec
- Class Two — Wealthy First World Countries (non English)
- Class Three — other non warring nations
The preference example of preferred immigrants focuses on both English & French speaking democracies. Nations such as China & Iran are excluded from the mentioned list because of the lack of democracy & human rights.
Ultimately the one of the aims of sustained development is the creation of new smaller political units. Each new political unit should be created democratically giving the designated zone of development a voice by voting to form a new province or state in the case of an expanded United States, the system must be agreed upon by both the ratio of people in that zone & the provincial/state boundaries in accordance to the Constitution. However eligibility requirements must be made by both them federal level & the smaller political units such as total population, required land size, & wealth potential of the perceptive candidate. Here’s an example of planned population ratio’s:
- State Capital — 300,000 people with room up to 500,000
- Metropolitan — 400,000 people with room up to 750,000
- 10 Townships — 10,000 to 15,000 people in each town
- Other — under 1,000 each in pockets near resources
Moreover the Sustained Production of Northern Canada requires that interstate type highways & other transportation networks such as railroad cars become more a reality within system of a environmentally free society.