Saturday, October 05, 2013

Unalienable Rights

Unalienable Rights
We have forgotten more than we ever knew about the Constitution. 

By de Andréa
October 5, 2013

When Thomas Jefferson crafted the Declaration of Independence, he pointed to "certain unalienable rights" with which we were endowed by our "Creator." 
What did Jefferson mean when he wrote the words "unalienable rights," and what rights are "unalienable"?
Jefferson understood what "unalienable rights" were and are still today, as fixed rights given to us by our Creator and not by any government. The emphasis on our Creator is crucial, because it shows that the rights are permanent just as the Creator is permanent. 
Jefferson's discipline on the source of these rights was impacted by Oxford's William Blackstone, who described "unalienable rights" as "absolute"—showing that they were absolute because they came from “Him” who is absolute, and that they were, are, and always will be, because the Giver of those rights—Jefferson's "Creator"—was, and is, and always will be “APSOLUTE”.
Moreover, because we are "endowed" with the rights, they are inseparable from us: they are part of our humanity.  No law of any government can rule against them in any way, they cannot be restricted or infringed, period.
In a word, the government did not give them, and therefore cannot take them away, but alas the government violates the Constitution, the highest law in the Nation, violates the decision of the Supreme Court and still passes laws to suppress them.  To protect our unalienable fundamental, individual rights, James Madison helped to include the Bill of Rights in the Constitution to remove infringement from the government’s reach.
The "unalienable rights" explicitly documented and protected by the Bill of Rights include, but are not limited to, the rights of free speech and religion, the right to keep and bear arms, self-determination with regard to one's own property, the right to be secure in one's own property, the right to a trial by a jury of one's peers, protection from cruel and unusual punishment, and so forth. 

Among the "unalienable rights" implicitly protected in the Bill of Rights are freedom of conscience—how can one have freedom of speech or religion without freedom of conscience?—and the right to self-defense. As Associate Justice Samuel Alito wrote in the majority decision for McDonald v. Chicago (2010): "Self-defense is a basic right, recognized by many legal systems from ancient times to the present day, and in [District of Columbia v. Heller (2008)], we held that individual self-defense is a central component of the Second Amendment right."
"Unalienable rights" are ours to keep, by virtue of our Creator. So said Thomas Jefferson through the Declaration of Independence, and he was seconded by James Madison through the Bill of Rights. 
A "central component" of our "unalienable rights" is the right to keep and bear arms, “for the security of a free State” my friend.  And as the law says IT SHALL NOT BE INFRIEGED.  GUN FREE ZONES are constitutionally illegal….and besides gun free zones in schools are the reason kids are killed in schools.  I mean seriously, would you go to shoot kids at a school where all the teachers may be armed?  No -- you are smarter than a sixth grader, you would go to an illegal government GUN FREE ZONE!
What the Senate has posted on their web site about the Second Amendment is a blatant lie: Whether this provision protects the individual's right to own firearms or whether it deals only with the collective right of the people to arm and maintain a militia has long been debated.   First, the scope of the Second Amendment has not been seriously questioned until Alinsky-minded radicals isolated it from among the other amendments in the Bill of Rights and began attacking it. Before that it was taken for granted that the scope of the Second Amendment was the same as the scope of the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth, and so on.   Secondly, and confirming this, the Supreme Court has ruled that the Second Amendment is an individual constitutional right ‘twice in the last five years’, something that has obviously escaped the “Criminal Minds” of the U.S. Nazi Senate.  

Soon the government will not even need to legally change the constitution at all, they are already doing it through the reprograming of your kids in their government schools. Read “Changing History”.

THE BOTTOM LINE:  So what do we do about a corrupt government that ignores the law?  Well let me ask you this…what would the government do to any one of us if we violated the law?  We would be arrested of course.  Can
Citizens make an arrest?  Yes!  So’ I am making an official citizen’s arrest of the Fuehrer Barack Hussein Obama as the Commander in Chief of the United States of America and the chief representative of the United States Government for High Crimes against the Citizens of the United States of blatant violations of the United States Constitution and decisions upholding the Constitution by the United States Supreme Court. 

That’s what we do folks, arrest the criminals in government who think they are above the law.  

Personally I don’t care what illegal Un-American Unconstitutional Nazi laws Congress passes.  As long they exist, I stand with one foot on the highest law in the Nation the United States Constitution, and the other one on the law of the Creator. 

You just try and take me down…

If you agree, please share these posts with your friends, family, co-workers.  The only way to defeat the criminal propaganda of the government and the controlled media is to spread the truth.

Thanks for listening – de Andréa

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