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Unalienable Rights Can't Be Violated

Sunday, April 15, 2007

While listening to the latest American Radio Show, Dave Champion read a letter found in the Chattanooga Times Free Press. This, in my opinion, is an excellent letter and I wanted to share it with you.
Unalienable rights can't be violated
   The foundation of the American nation was laid in our Declaration of Independence: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are ... endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights.... ".
   Unalienable means no human authority may take those rights from you, whether by coercion or legislative enactments or "social compacts." Any government, whether local, state or national, that presumes to derogate your rights through its self-proclaimed authority is committing an act of violence against you. When that happens, it is your right to defend yourself -- with deadly force, if necessary.
   Our governments are all corrupt, our elected officials besotted by power and money. They are no longer constrained by the Constitution or limited by the rule of law, as they are able to change, amend, interpret or manipulate these to suit their agendas.
   Nor can they be reined in by the ballot, because they alone control the rules and procedures by which they are elected.
   Against such evil, disobedient servants there is only one remedy : force.
   Therefore, any elected official or government employee who commits violence against even the least of our unalienable rights should be harshly dealt with like the criminal intruder he is, and sic semper tyrannis.


Blogger Mark said...

Almost right. Unalienable means not able to be surrendered or given up. Rights are unalienable in the same way as hearts and brains. You are not a human being without them.

9:15 PM  

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