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Re: [tips_and_tricks] All Rights are unalienable. You do NOT give up ANY Right by accepting a benefit of citizenship

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  • Don Schwarz
    Correct, rights under our Constitution are always additive, never subtractive. It requires a jury of your peers to deny to you any right. Legal injury to
    Message 1 of 2 , Oct 5, 2003


      rights under our Constitution are always additive, never subtractive.

      It requires a jury of your peers to deny to you any right.

      Legal injury to another can lead to your restriction of some rights.

      No mere podunk governmental agency can do this.

      Our public servants have been delegated with the power

      We the People do not even have the right to deny to ourselves our
      unalienable rights. Such are inviolable.

      It would be a "legal injury" to deny to any American, their rights by
      a constitutional amendment. Such is without standing.

      Every single amendment to the Constitution, exists, to secure, facilitate
      and support our ability to lawfully exercise our rights.

      The only "regulations" they may enact, are to secure, facilitate and
      support our rights. Even if the "regulation" disappears, the right
      will still exist, for rights are not conditional upon regulations.

      Read the definition of "regulate".  That which you "regulate" is not
      to be destroyed by the regulation thereof.

      Can the ability to obtain a gun be regulated? YES, to ensure that
      every lawful American gets the chance to buy one.

      To "regulate" is to guarantee the full and proper ability of that being
      regulated to be enjoyed by all.

      To "regulate" something out of existence, is unconstitutional. ----- Don

      At 09:19 AM 10/4/03 -0500, you wrote:
      Whether it be Social Security, Unemployment, Welfare, Food Stamps, or any other benefit provided by our government you, the individual Human Person and Citizen of these United States, retain ALL your Rights. This is set by our Organic Law, the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution enacted to secure it's enforcement.
      Rights are "unalienable" and "inherent". Renounce your citizenship and you lose the benefits and privileges of citizenship but your retain your Rights. You will retain your 'equal protection of the law' as a Human Person. But  you may be deported. That is - forced to live somewhere outside the jurisdiction of these United States (the 50 States) and the terroritories we collectively govern.
      The following post may help you in your understanding. Accepting the benefits of citizenship, excercising your privileges, does NOT 'disable' ANY Right. You cannot 'forfiet, waive, be defrauded out of, give up' ANY Right. You can, however, give up privileges and benefits. Some want to see you do so to promote their personal political agenda.
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      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Ed
      To: ed44@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2003 10:55 PM
      Subject: defining what is a Right - 'the Court can NOT disable ANY Right - Re: [ed44] Re: Motion v. Writ -

      The Declaration of Independence (DOI) is not Law????? Jon - What where the Patriots fighting for? Answer - To establish the DOI as LAW of the Land - to make it supreme. It is our "organic" Law. The source from which all other laws, including the Constitution, flow from.
      Why was the Constitution written? See Law #3 of the DOI.
      3) That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed
      The governed NEVER gave our Government consent to "disable Rights". They gave government consent "TO SECURE THESE RIGHTS". See the Preamble "to secure the Blessings of Liberty".
      Judicial Acts do NOT 'disable' the Rights of the accused. Judicial Acts SECURE the Rights of Equal Sovereigns.
      A convicted criminal still has ALL Rights not given, by the criminal's consent, or the collective's consent, to be abridge, disabled, taken away.
      A criminal has every Right including Liberty. Their liberty may be restricted to SECURE the Rights of others. But they still have a Right to a degree of Liberty. The restriction cannot be "cruel and unusual" or, in other words, more than necessary to Secure the Rights of Equal Sovereigns. Under our Law, properly understood, even one convicted of a crime remains a Sovereign Human Person.
      Go down the list of Rights guarnanteed as secure by our Constitution.
      Article 1 has the 3 most basic of unalienable Rights. 1) protection against Titles of Nobilitys (equal status under the law), 2) protection against Ex Post Facto Laws, 3) Prohibition against the Impairment of the Obligation of Contracts.
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