The state and federal constitutions do not grant you your Rights. Your Rights are inherent and unalienable. This means they exist simply because you do, they were bestowed upon you by your creator, and they cannot be sold or transferred without your consent. But for as long as you fail to stand in those Rights and continue to allow others to ignore them, essentially they do not exist at all. As we witness the greatest worldwide takeover we could ever imagine it is more important now than ever before to defend our Rights in order to preserve the principles of life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness guaranteed to us in the constitution.
“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, and are endowed by their Creator with certain Unalienable Rights.”
~ Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776.
Because we are all equal no one has a higher authority over your inherent Rights than YOU! The framers of our Constitution knew that in order to create a government where the balance of power would always remain in the hands of The People there needed to be a clearly defined enumeration of these non-negotiable Rights. While the Constitution itself serves to place distinct limitations upon governmental power, clearly defining the delegation of authority, it is the Bill of Rights and the Declaration of Independence that enumerate the Rights of The People. These Rights include but are not limited to:
- Freedom of speech and of the press (the right to free expression, to read distribute and receive communications, as well as to speak your mind freely)
- The freedom to practice your own religion freely and to not be coerced by the government to adopt any religious practice.
- The right to bear arms and to create a militia when needed to overtake corrupt government.
- The right to protest and to petition your government for redress of grievances which also includes the right to sue.
- The right to privacy, to bodily integrity, to free association, to move about freely and to simply be left alone (the right to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness!)
- The right to travel freely among the states.
- The right to equal protection under the laws.
- The right to due process: to be given the full ability to defend oneself against accusations and be considered innocent until proven guilty.
- The right to be secure in your person and property and not be subjected to illegal search or seizure, and the right to be free from cruel and unusual punishment.
Although this is a good start the truth is there are far more fundamental human rights than we could ever possibly list and the most accurate way to determine those rights is to consider that there is only one true LAW: DO NO HARM. As long as you have not harmed anyone, you have committed no crime, and you are within your rights! All statutory law involves a contract. In order to be convicted there must be an agreement. You are under no obligation to agree to ANY order, mandate or so-called law that violates any of your fundamental rights. The Constitution is the Supreme Law of the Land. Any code, edict, rule, regulation or statute that contradicts the Supreme Law of the Land is considered NULL AND VOID. You must know your rights and then be brave and stand in them! No one has the authority to deny you these rights. Those who are getting away with this maintain power over you ONLY because you forfeit your own personal authority when you fail to say NO!
NO is the most important word in the English language and sadly the most forgotten. It is time we remember how to use it! Read the Declaration of Independence, the Bill of Rights and the United States Constitution and get yourself educated so you can reclaim your authority!