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  • Jerry Stanton
     Jim  What part of U.S citizen would overcome this if you stand of your rights?   Unalienable – A word denoting the condition of those things, the
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       Jim  What part of U.S citizen would overcome this if you stand of your rights?

       

      Unalienable – A word denoting the condition of those things, the property in which cannot be lawfully transferred from one person to another.  - Bouvier’s Law Dictionary  (emphasis added)

       

      inalienable -  that which cannot be given away or taken away. (ref. Declaration of Independence) – World Book Encyclopedia Dictionary 1965

       

      unalienable - that which cannot be given away or taken away; inalienable. (ref. Declaration of Independence) - World Book Encyclopedia Dictionary 1965

       

      which must hold said Rights inviolate FOREVER (Northwest Ordinance (1787)) in perpetuum and beyond any reach of any vote of majority or legislature (West Virginia Board of Education v. Barnette, 319 U.S. 624, 638 (1943)(Opinion, J. Jackson).

           Can,t give this rights up even if you wanted to.       Jerry James Stanton

       

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