The names listed on that document don't look particularly Jewish.
My document for governance (you'll be thankful it's significantly shorter than 218 pages):
A governments sole purpose is the protection of it's citizens liberty and private property.
(I can dream!)
Whereas a government's actual purpose is the transfer of money, and with money privilege and status, from one group to another, when that second group can be one and the same as the government. You only know you don't have a government, or are a regent, when you don't get taxed.
There is not a government on historical record which was particularly effective at anything other than the forced transfer of wealth. The life cycle of a government begins and ends with taxes. Security, freedom, construction, welfare is what happens in between, something governments do with a struggle, and to the advantage of some groups over others. Wealth transfer is and always has been central to what government is, and effortless.
If we don't have a government which protects its citizens' liberty and property then we can conclude that the only means by which our government can extract wealth is by the removal of freedoms and property rights. Otherwise, if the government was any good for us personally we'd donate our money to it. People donate to NGOs to advance the interest group to which they belong, which behave like arms of the state in third nations, but don't donate to the state.
The only "document" of government that has ever mattered was, and still is, weapon-shaped. I believe George Orwell may have referred to it as a boot.