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Old 11-13-2012, 09:31 AM
Location: Prepperland
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Americans have been taught unquestioning obedience, and if they are not obedient, are misled so as not to upset the Status Quo.

Here are some questions that if frequently asked and answered, would unseat those in power.

Q. If governments in America are instituted to (a) secure rights and (b) govern those who consent, can they exercise a power that denies rights (absent an injured party) or governs those who did not consent?
A. No. Absent consent, all government can do is help "secure rights."
Q. What are some of the rights secured?
A. The rights to life, liberty, property ownership, reputation, and so on.
Q. How does a servant government "secure rights?"
A. Prosecute deliberate injury after the act; adjudicate disputes over accidental injury.
Q. Where do the sovereign people DIRECTLY exercise sovereignty?
A. Over their private property, absolutely owned, and constitutionally protected from being taken for public use.
Q. Can governments instituted to secure rights diminish rights by taxing or restricting them?
A. No. Governments can only tax privileges that it grants.
Q. If American people are (or have the capacity to become) sovereigns, then how can "everyone born in the U.S." be subject U.S. citizens at birth?
A. There is no delegation of power to impose involuntary servitude absent conviction.
Q. What is natural and personal liberty?
A. Natural liberty is the right to do whatever one wants with his own property, limited only by nature's law. Personal liberty is the right to travel upon the public roads and waterways, respecting the same right of others. Those who have no private property have no place where they can exercise natural liberty, and need permission (license) of the owner (or his agent). And those who are transients, without a domicile, have no rights and need permission (license) if they trespass upon the private and public ways.
Q. And if you were led to believe that government could do whatever it wanted, who told you that?
A. The world's greatest propaganda ministry, bar none.

[] People are sovereign, citizens are subjects. There is no such thing as a "sovereign citizen" since all citizens are obligated to perform mandatory civic duties or suffer prosecution.
[] Private property is absolutely owned, estate (real and personal property) is held with qualified ownership. Check your state's constitution for the delegation of power to tax.
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