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The Constitution does not grant Rights. It limits Government. Plus, the 1776 Continental Dollar
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Good Morning, Everyone!

From the Q Research Board this morning, and so beautifully done that I wanted you to see it, too.

First this:

https://www.greatamericancoincompany.com...ugio-Cent/

"The images on the coin were based on the design by Benjamin Franklin for the paper currency that was in issue at the time. The obverse featured a sun shining down on a sundial with the latin word “Fugio” (I fly) next to it with the legend “Mind Your Business” at the bottom. Historians believe that Franklin put this in due to him being a successful businessman and was supposed to be a saying such as time flies so mind your business. The reverse side featured 13 linked rings each labeled with the name of one of the original 13 colonies surrounding a sun containing the words “AMERICAN CONGRESS” and “WE ARE ONE.”

Then, this:  (Written by an anon from Q Research.)


[Image: ed017a4d25e2b19f496e5544f427ddaf1431c097...6ed335.jpg]



1776: The year the United States of America was born.

The Declaration of Independence is a natural law document.

It was the first official act of the nation.

"It is always safe to read the letter of the Constitution in the spirit of the Declaration of Independence"

"The Constitution cannot, then, be interpreted as though it were the foundation of constitutional law, in the absence of principles derived from the Declaration."

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

America was never forgiven for the revolution by (((them))) because they know it's the only country founded upon the embodiment of freedom… natural and individual rights!

What people are forgetting is that the Constution is a negative rights document. It limits the government, it does not grant any rights!

For example, the 2nd amendment is about defense against tyranny. You could remove the 2nd and we would still have the right to bear arms because self-defense is a natural right! This is what (((they))) have tried to remove from education and civics…

Individual rights was the revolution then, it is now, and it always will be, the prime directive of freedom, and of free peoples, and of free countries.

Rights do not defend themselves though! Now is the time, to stand up, to speak out, to speak well, and to rouse the hearts of our fellow countrymen into the 21st century American revolution of these great United States of America, in order to continue to defend freedom, so as to be once again the shining beacon on the hill for the world, dim for a time, will be blinding bright!

May "we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." to this cause!

****

Kiss

Cedar

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(05-15-2018, 10:14 AM)Scent of Cedar Wrote: [Image: CNNYSYQHSEI6RFHI5C4GACW6EM.jpg]

Good Morning, Everyone!

From the Q Research Board this morning, and so beautifully done that I wanted you to see it, too.

First this:

https://www.greatamericancoincompany.com...ugio-Cent/

"The images on the coin were based on the design by Benjamin Franklin for the paper currency that was in issue at the time. The obverse featured a sun shining down on a sundial with the latin word “Fugio” (I fly) next to it with the legend “Mind Your Business” at the bottom. Historians believe that Franklin put this in due to him being a successful businessman and was supposed to be a saying such as time flies so mind your business. The reverse side featured 13 linked rings each labeled with the name of one of the original 13 colonies surrounding a sun containing the words “AMERICAN CONGRESS” and “WE ARE ONE.”

Then, this:  (Written by an anon from Q Research.)


[Image: ed017a4d25e2b19f496e5544f427ddaf1431c097...6ed335.jpg]



1776: The year the United States of America was born.

The Declaration of Independence is a natural law document.

It was the first official act of the nation.

"It is always safe to read the letter of the Constitution in the spirit of the Declaration of Independence"

"The Constitution cannot, then, be interpreted as though it were the foundation of constitutional law, in the absence of principles derived from the Declaration."

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

America was never forgiven for the revolution by (((them))) because they know it's the only country founded upon the embodiment of freedom… natural and individual rights!

What people are forgetting is that the Constution is a negative rights document. It limits the government, it does not grant any rights!

For example, the 2nd amendment is about defense against tyranny. You could remove the 2nd and we would still have the right to bear arms because self-defense is a natural right! This is what (((they))) have tried to remove from education and civics…

Individual rights was the revolution then, it is now, and it always will be, the prime directive of freedom, and of free peoples, and of free countries.

Rights do not defend themselves though! Now is the time, to stand up, to speak out, to speak well, and to rouse the hearts of our fellow countrymen into the 21st century American revolution of these great United States of America, in order to continue to defend freedom, so as to be once again the shining beacon on the hill for the world, dim for a time, will be blinding bright!

May "we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." to this cause!

****

Kiss

Cedar

Smileyfud

I'd buy you a beer for your great post Drinks  Our founding fathers would cringe at the sight of our government today. It pains me to see the small amount of constitutionalists and fiscal conservatives in Washington. Overreach, statism, invasion of privacy, perpetual wars and uncontrolled spending will be the death of our great nation. People need to wake the fuck up and vote these idiots out.
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(05-15-2018, 02:32 PM)Guest Wrote:
(05-15-2018, 10:14 AM)Scent of Cedar Wrote: [Image: CNNYSYQHSEI6RFHI5C4GACW6EM.jpg]

Good Morning, Everyone!

From the Q Research Board this morning, and so beautifully done that I wanted you to see it, too.

First this:

https://www.greatamericancoincompany.com...ugio-Cent/

"The images on the coin were based on the design by Benjamin Franklin for the paper currency that was in issue at the time. The obverse featured a sun shining down on a sundial with the latin word “Fugio” (I fly) next to it with the legend “Mind Your Business” at the bottom. Historians believe that Franklin put this in due to him being a successful businessman and was supposed to be a saying such as time flies so mind your business. The reverse side featured 13 linked rings each labeled with the name of one of the original 13 colonies surrounding a sun containing the words “AMERICAN CONGRESS” and “WE ARE ONE.”

Then, this:  (Written by an anon from Q Research.)


[Image: ed017a4d25e2b19f496e5544f427ddaf1431c097...6ed335.jpg]



1776: The year the United States of America was born.

The Declaration of Independence is a natural law document.

It was the first official act of the nation.

"It is always safe to read the letter of the Constitution in the spirit of the Declaration of Independence"

"The Constitution cannot, then, be interpreted as though it were the foundation of constitutional law, in the absence of principles derived from the Declaration."

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

America was never forgiven for the revolution by (((them))) because they know it's the only country founded upon the embodiment of freedom… natural and individual rights!

What people are forgetting is that the Constution is a negative rights document. It limits the government, it does not grant any rights!

For example, the 2nd amendment is about defense against tyranny. You could remove the 2nd and we would still have the right to bear arms because self-defense is a natural right! This is what (((they))) have tried to remove from education and civics…

Individual rights was the revolution then, it is now, and it always will be, the prime directive of freedom, and of free peoples, and of free countries.

Rights do not defend themselves though! Now is the time, to stand up, to speak out, to speak well, and to rouse the hearts of our fellow countrymen into the 21st century American revolution of these great United States of America, in order to continue to defend freedom, so as to be once again the shining beacon on the hill for the world, dim for a time, will be blinding bright!

May "we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." to this cause!

****

Kiss

Cedar

Smileyfud

I'd buy you a beer for your great post Drinks  Our founding fathers would cringe at the sight of our government today. It pains me to see the small amount of constitutionalists and fiscal conservatives in Washington. Overreach, statism, invasion of privacy, perpetual wars and uncontrolled spending will be the death of our great nation. People need to wake the fuck up and vote these idiots out.

Our forefathers would know how to deal with them......and it wouldn't be voting.
"Here they defended themselves to the last, those who still had swords using them, and the others resisting with their hands and teeth."Herodotus VII, 225
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(05-15-2018, 10:14 AM)Scent of Cedar Wrote: [Image: CNNYSYQHSEI6RFHI5C4GACW6EM.jpg]

Good Morning, Everyone!

From the Q Research Board this morning, and so beautifully done that I wanted you to see it, too.

First this:

https://www.greatamericancoincompany.com...ugio-Cent/

"The images on the coin were based on the design by Benjamin Franklin for the paper currency that was in issue at the time. The obverse featured a sun shining down on a sundial with the latin word “Fugio” (I fly) next to it with the legend “Mind Your Business” at the bottom. Historians believe that Franklin put this in due to him being a successful businessman and was supposed to be a saying such as time flies so mind your business. The reverse side featured 13 linked rings each labeled with the name of one of the original 13 colonies surrounding a sun containing the words “AMERICAN CONGRESS” and “WE ARE ONE.”

Then, this:  (Written by an anon from Q Research.)


[Image: ed017a4d25e2b19f496e5544f427ddaf1431c097...6ed335.jpg]



1776: The year the United States of America was born.

The Declaration of Independence is a natural law document.

It was the first official act of the nation.

"It is always safe to read the letter of the Constitution in the spirit of the Declaration of Independence"

"The Constitution cannot, then, be interpreted as though it were the foundation of constitutional law, in the absence of principles derived from the Declaration."

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

America was never forgiven for the revolution by (((them))) because they know it's the only country founded upon the embodiment of freedom… natural and individual rights!

What people are forgetting is that the Constution is a negative rights document. It limits the government, it does not grant any rights!

For example, the 2nd amendment is about defense against tyranny. You could remove the 2nd and we would still have the right to bear arms because self-defense is a natural right! This is what (((they))) have tried to remove from education and civics…

Individual rights was the revolution then, it is now, and it always will be, the prime directive of freedom, and of free peoples, and of free countries.

Rights do not defend themselves though! Now is the time, to stand up, to speak out, to speak well, and to rouse the hearts of our fellow countrymen into the 21st century American revolution of these great United States of America, in order to continue to defend freedom, so as to be once again the shining beacon on the hill for the world, dim for a time, will be blinding bright!

May "we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." to this cause!

****

Kiss

Cedar

Smileyfud

Sorry, but you are incorrect.

The United States was not born on July 4, 1776.

The United States was not born until 1789, when the Constitution was ratified by 9 of the 13 formerly British colonies.

The Declaration of Independence is not a founding document, nor does it provide any guarantees. It is nothing more than a written document that serves as a reminder that campaign promises don’t mean shit.

The 2nd Amendment is not about tyranny or self defense, but is a provision for a citizen based militia to serve a new government that had yet to establish a standing military force until 1791 for the Army, 1794 for the Navy and Marines. (These are official Acts of Congress and truly establish creation dates regardless of claims by the military claiming 1775 origins with the Continental Military Organizations) A policy that would continue to serve a purpose during the years of westward expansion into new unexplored territory where the United States Government was unable to provide for the defense of it’s citizens.

James Madison argued in Federalist#46, (1788) that State Militias could keep a Federal Military in check to stave off Federal overreach, an argument that is often used in defense of the 2nd Amendment, however the Federalist papers are not law. The Federalist Papers are not protected or guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States. Most of all, The Federalist Papers are nothing more than opinion editorials used as campaign promises, which for the most part were followed through upon with the passing and subsequent ratification of The Bill of Rights.

Your self defense argument is based upon a confusion between the 2nd Amendment to The United States Constitution and the 1689 English Act of Parliament “Bill of Rights” delivered to William of Orange (William III) and Mary II, inviting foreign Protestants to rule under a co-regency. This is not really surprising since much of your arguments seem to be pulled from the Sovereign Citizen/Freemen of the Land playbook; idiots who love to claim their “English Common Law” arguments are valid when attacking United States laws as if English law and US Constitution law are synonymous.

Here is a tip for future reference; stop watching YouTube videos and reading conspiracy websites for your “facts” and opinions. Think for yourself instead of mimicking retards who pretend to be smart. Understand the laws of the country to which you were born, and the story behind the creation of those laws.
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(05-15-2018, 08:45 PM)Guest Wrote:
(05-15-2018, 10:14 AM)Scent of Cedar Wrote: [Image: CNNYSYQHSEI6RFHI5C4GACW6EM.jpg]

Good Morning, Everyone!

From the Q Research Board this morning, and so beautifully done that I wanted you to see it, too.

First this:

https://www.greatamericancoincompany.com...ugio-Cent/

"The images on the coin were based on the design by Benjamin Franklin for the paper currency that was in issue at the time. The obverse featured a sun shining down on a sundial with the latin word “Fugio” (I fly) next to it with the legend “Mind Your Business” at the bottom. Historians believe that Franklin put this in due to him being a successful businessman and was supposed to be a saying such as time flies so mind your business. The reverse side featured 13 linked rings each labeled with the name of one of the original 13 colonies surrounding a sun containing the words “AMERICAN CONGRESS” and “WE ARE ONE.”

Then, this:  (Written by an anon from Q Research.)


[Image: ed017a4d25e2b19f496e5544f427ddaf1431c097...6ed335.jpg]



1776: The year the United States of America was born.

The Declaration of Independence is a natural law document.

It was the first official act of the nation.

"It is always safe to read the letter of the Constitution in the spirit of the Declaration of Independence"

"The Constitution cannot, then, be interpreted as though it were the foundation of constitutional law, in the absence of principles derived from the Declaration."

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

America was never forgiven for the revolution by (((them))) because they know it's the only country founded upon the embodiment of freedom… natural and individual rights!

What people are forgetting is that the Constution is a negative rights document. It limits the government, it does not grant any rights!

For example, the 2nd amendment is about defense against tyranny. You could remove the 2nd and we would still have the right to bear arms because self-defense is a natural right! This is what (((they))) have tried to remove from education and civics…

Individual rights was the revolution then, it is now, and it always will be, the prime directive of freedom, and of free peoples, and of free countries.

Rights do not defend themselves though! Now is the time, to stand up, to speak out, to speak well, and to rouse the hearts of our fellow countrymen into the 21st century American revolution of these great United States of America, in order to continue to defend freedom, so as to be once again the shining beacon on the hill for the world, dim for a time, will be blinding bright!

May "we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." to this cause!

****

Kiss

Cedar

Smileyfud

Sorry, but you are incorrect.

The United States was not born on July 4, 1776.

The United States was not born until 1789, when the Constitution was ratified by 9 of the 13 formerly British colonies.

The Declaration of Independence is not a founding document, nor does it provide any guarantees. It is nothing more than a written document that serves as a reminder that campaign promises don’t mean shit.

The 2nd Amendment is not about tyranny or self defense, but is a provision for a citizen based militia to serve a new government that had yet to establish a standing military force until 1791 for the Army, 1794 for the Navy and Marines. (These are official Acts of Congress and truly establish creation dates regardless of claims by the military claiming 1775 origins with the Continental Military Organizations) A policy that would continue to serve a purpose during the years of westward expansion into new unexplored territory where the United States Government was unable to provide for the defense of it’s citizens.

James Madison argued in Federalist#46, (1788) that State Militias could keep a Federal Military in check to stave off Federal overreach, an argument that is often used in defense of the 2nd Amendment, however the Federalist papers are not law. The Federalist Papers are not protected or guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States. Most of all, The Federalist Papers are nothing more than opinion editorials used as campaign promises, which for the most part were followed through upon with the passing and subsequent ratification of The Bill of Rights.

Your self defense argument is based upon a confusion between the 2nd Amendment to The United States Constitution and the 1689 English Act of Parliament “Bill of Rights” delivered to William of Orange (William III) and Mary II, inviting foreign Protestants to rule under a co-regency. This is not really surprising since much of your arguments seem to be pulled from the Sovereign Citizen/Freemen of the Land playbook; idiots who love to claim their “English Common Law” arguments are valid when attacking United States laws as if English law and US Constitution law are synonymous.

Here is a tip for future reference; stop watching YouTube videos and reading conspiracy websites for your “facts” and opinions. Think for yourself instead of mimicking retards who pretend to be smart. Understand the laws of the country to which you were born, and the story behind the creation of those laws.

Source your information.
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I'll let the 7 th Vice – President breach this subject . The only Politician found so far that does in direct language


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A DISCOURSE ON THE 
CONSTITUTION AND GOVERNMENT 
OF THE UNITED STATES
John C. Calhoun

 It has for its fundamental principle, the great cardinal maxim, that the people are the source of all power; that the governments of the several States and of the United States were created by them, and for them; that the powers conferred on them are not surrendered, but delegated; and, as such, are held in trust, and not absolutely; and can be rightfully exercised only in furtherance of the objects for which they were delegated.


It is difficult to imagine how a doctrine so perfectly absurd, as that the States are federal as to the reserved, and national as to the delegated powers, could have originated; except through a misconception of the meaning of certain terms, sometimes used to designate the latter. They are sometimes called granted powers; and at others, are said to be powers surrendered by the States. When these expressions are used without reference to the fact, that all powers, under our system of government, are trust powers, they imply that the States have parted with such as are said to be granted or surrendered, absolutely and irrecoverably. The case is different when applied to them as trust powers. They then become identical, in their meaning, with delegated powers; for to grant a power in trust, is what is meant by delegating it. It is not, therefore, surprising, that they who do not bear in mind that all powers of government are, with us, trust powers, should conclude that the powers said to be granted and surrendered by the States, are absolutely transferred from them to the government of the United States — as is sometimes alleged — or to the people as constituting one nation, as is more usually understood — and, thence, to infer that the government is national to the extent of the granted powers.

But that such inference and conclusion are utterly unwarrantable — that the powers in the constitution called granted powers, are, in fact, delegated powers — powers granted in trust — and not absolutely transferred — we have, in addition to the reasons just stated, the clear and decisive authority of the constitution itself. Its tenth amended article provides that "the powers not delegated to the United States by the constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people."

It is only by considering the granted powers, in their true character of trust or delegated powers, that all the various parts of our complicated system of government can be harmonized and explained. Thus regarded, it will be easy to perceive how the people of the several States could grant certain powers to a joint — or, as its framers called it — a general government, in trust, to be exercised for their common benefit, without an absolute surrender of them — or without impairing their independence and sovereignty. Regarding them in the opposite light, as powers absolutely surrendered and irrevocably transferred, inexplicable difficulties present themselves. Among the first, is that which springs from the idea of divided sovereignty; involving the perplexing question — how the people of the several States can be partly sovereign, and partly, not sovereign — sovereign as to the reserved — and not sovereign, as to the delegated powers? There is no difficulty in understanding how powers, appertaining to sovereignty, may be divided; and the exercise of one portion delegated to one set of agents, and another portion to another: or how sovereignty may be vested in one man, or in a few, or in many. But how sovereignty itself — the supreme power — can be divided — how the people of the several States can be partly sovereign, and partly not sovereign — partly supreme, and partly not supreme, it is impossible to conceive. Sovereignty is an entire thing — to divide, is — to destroy it.
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(05-15-2018, 08:57 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(05-15-2018, 08:45 PM)Guest Wrote:
(05-15-2018, 10:14 AM)Scent of Cedar Wrote: [Image: CNNYSYQHSEI6RFHI5C4GACW6EM.jpg]

Good Morning, Everyone!

From the Q Research Board this morning, and so beautifully done that I wanted you to see it, too.

First this:

https://www.greatamericancoincompany.com...ugio-Cent/

"The images on the coin were based on the design by Benjamin Franklin for the paper currency that was in issue at the time. The obverse featured a sun shining down on a sundial with the latin word “Fugio” (I fly) next to it with the legend “Mind Your Business” at the bottom. Historians believe that Franklin put this in due to him being a successful businessman and was supposed to be a saying such as time flies so mind your business. The reverse side featured 13 linked rings each labeled with the name of one of the original 13 colonies surrounding a sun containing the words “AMERICAN CONGRESS” and “WE ARE ONE.”

Then, this:  (Written by an anon from Q Research.)


[Image: ed017a4d25e2b19f496e5544f427ddaf1431c097...6ed335.jpg]



1776: The year the United States of America was born.

The Declaration of Independence is a natural law document.

It was the first official act of the nation.

"It is always safe to read the letter of the Constitution in the spirit of the Declaration of Independence"

"The Constitution cannot, then, be interpreted as though it were the foundation of constitutional law, in the absence of principles derived from the Declaration."

"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness."

America was never forgiven for the revolution by (((them))) because they know it's the only country founded upon the embodiment of freedom… natural and individual rights!

What people are forgetting is that the Constution is a negative rights document. It limits the government, it does not grant any rights!

For example, the 2nd amendment is about defense against tyranny. You could remove the 2nd and we would still have the right to bear arms because self-defense is a natural right! This is what (((they))) have tried to remove from education and civics…

Individual rights was the revolution then, it is now, and it always will be, the prime directive of freedom, and of free peoples, and of free countries.

Rights do not defend themselves though! Now is the time, to stand up, to speak out, to speak well, and to rouse the hearts of our fellow countrymen into the 21st century American revolution of these great United States of America, in order to continue to defend freedom, so as to be once again the shining beacon on the hill for the world, dim for a time, will be blinding bright!

May "we mutually pledge to each other our Lives, our Fortunes and our sacred Honor." to this cause!

****

Kiss

Cedar

Smileyfud

Sorry, but you are incorrect.

The United States was not born on July 4, 1776.

The United States was not born until 1789, when the Constitution was ratified by 9 of the 13 formerly British colonies.

The Declaration of Independence is not a founding document, nor does it provide any guarantees. It is nothing more than a written document that serves as a reminder that campaign promises don’t mean shit.

The 2nd Amendment is not about tyranny or self defense, but is a provision for a citizen based militia to serve a new government that had yet to establish a standing military force until 1791 for the Army, 1794 for the Navy and Marines. (These are official Acts of Congress and truly establish creation dates regardless of claims by the military claiming 1775 origins with the Continental Military Organizations) A policy that would continue to serve a purpose during the years of westward expansion into new unexplored territory where the United States Government was unable to provide for the defense of it’s citizens.

James Madison argued in Federalist#46, (1788) that State Militias could keep a Federal Military in check to stave off Federal overreach, an argument that is often used in defense of the 2nd Amendment, however the Federalist papers are not law. The Federalist Papers are not protected or guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States. Most of all, The Federalist Papers are nothing more than opinion editorials used as campaign promises, which for the most part were followed through upon with the passing and subsequent ratification of The Bill of Rights.

Your self defense argument is based upon a confusion between the 2nd Amendment to The United States Constitution and the 1689 English Act of Parliament “Bill of Rights” delivered to William of Orange (William III) and Mary II, inviting foreign Protestants to rule under a co-regency. This is not really surprising since much of your arguments seem to be pulled from the Sovereign Citizen/Freemen of the Land playbook; idiots who love to claim their “English Common Law” arguments are valid when attacking United States laws as if English law and US Constitution law are synonymous.

Here is a tip for future reference; stop watching YouTube videos and reading conspiracy websites for your “facts” and opinions. Think for yourself instead of mimicking retards who pretend to be smart. Understand the laws of the country to which you were born, and the story behind the creation of those laws.

Source your information.

Oh right you are.

So sorry that direct references to information are not worthy sources, yet an OP can post a link to a commercial entity and fill a page of opinion without any sources to back up his claims.

What good are sources, footnotes, endnotes or links to individuals who will immediately respond with claims of “propaganda”.

Hey, I get it. I really do. Your mindset convinces you that your way of thinking is right, and any opposing views are wrong. Your way of thinking can not possibly be wrong because admitting you are wrong is just beyond comprehension.

There are only a few natural laws. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are not among them. Those are man-made constructs of the weak. Survival of the fittest and might makes right are the only natural laws and possessing a firearm does nothing but temporarily subvert those truths.

A gun will not save you from illness. A gun will not save you from disease. A gun will not protect you from a contaminated water supply or tainted food source. A gun will not save you from fire. A gun will only protect your life and property until you are too weak to hold your gun.

Abrahamic religions are the religion of slaves. They even demand subservience before God. Religion makes slaves and are promoted by the weak. When the weak are many, they appear strong, but in times of crisis the weak always bow to the will of the mighty.

There are no inalienable rights bestowed by the creator because the creator is a myth promoted upon the weak.

You hate the evil corrupt government because you are slaves, and you know that without the government you so desperately despise; that is constantly stealing your freedoms; you would be nothing but a victim of those that are more powerful than you. Those who have no morals fostered upon their mentality by their voluntary enslavement.

Society creates words like psychopath and sociopath to describe human beings who live according to their animal instincts and nature. A well fed lion that kills for no other purpose except for “because it can” is not a psychopath or a sociopath. It is merely a lion.

With no government to protect your rights, to enforce society’s “laws”, men will become lions and kill with no other purpose other than “because they can!” Who will stop them. You with your “natural laws” and “unalienable rights”?

No. You will either become what you despise or lead yourself to slaughter.

This is what your ilk never understood.

Governments serve the majority while protecting the minority. Pretending to be the minority because you have a dissenting opinion doesn’t make you the minority. It makes you a bitch. The minority will always be your true masters and they don’t give a fuck about you. They just pretend to care about just as you pretend to care about what they are taking from you, because in the end, the only real action you are capable of is complaining with the hope others will do what you can’t.

Reflect upon that, and remember: everyone who claims they want to make the world a better place, really just wants to make the world better for themselves.
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"Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." ~ John Adams  
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This is what your ilk never understood.
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(05-16-2018, 03:30 AM)Guest Wrote:
(05-15-2018, 08:57 PM)Angry Red Man Wrote:
(05-15-2018, 08:45 PM)Guest Wrote: Sorry, but you are incorrect.

The United States was not born on July 4, 1776.

The United States was not born until 1789, when the Constitution was ratified by 9 of the 13 formerly British colonies.

The Declaration of Independence is not a founding document, nor does it provide any guarantees. It is nothing more than a written document that serves as a reminder that campaign promises don’t mean shit.

The 2nd Amendment is not about tyranny or self defense, but is a provision for a citizen based militia to serve a new government that had yet to establish a standing military force until 1791 for the Army, 1794 for the Navy and Marines. (These are official Acts of Congress and truly establish creation dates regardless of claims by the military claiming 1775 origins with the Continental Military Organizations) A policy that would continue to serve a purpose during the years of westward expansion into new unexplored territory where the United States Government was unable to provide for the defense of it’s citizens.

James Madison argued in Federalist#46, (1788) that State Militias could keep a Federal Military in check to stave off Federal overreach, an argument that is often used in defense of the 2nd Amendment, however the Federalist papers are not law. The Federalist Papers are not protected or guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States. Most of all, The Federalist Papers are nothing more than opinion editorials used as campaign promises, which for the most part were followed through upon with the passing and subsequent ratification of The Bill of Rights.

Your self defense argument is based upon a confusion between the 2nd Amendment to The United States Constitution and the 1689 English Act of Parliament “Bill of Rights” delivered to William of Orange (William III) and Mary II, inviting foreign Protestants to rule under a co-regency. This is not really surprising since much of your arguments seem to be pulled from the Sovereign Citizen/Freemen of the Land playbook; idiots who love to claim their “English Common Law” arguments are valid when attacking United States laws as if English law and US Constitution law are synonymous.

Here is a tip for future reference; stop watching YouTube videos and reading conspiracy websites for your “facts” and opinions. Think for yourself instead of mimicking retards who pretend to be smart. Understand the laws of the country to which you were born, and the story behind the creation of those laws.

Source your information.

Oh right you are.

So sorry that direct references to information are not worthy sources, yet an OP can post a link to a commercial entity and fill a page of opinion without any sources to back up his claims.

What good are sources, footnotes, endnotes or links to individuals who will immediately respond with claims of “propaganda”.

Hey, I get it. I really do. Your mindset convinces you that your way of thinking is right, and any opposing views are wrong. Your way of thinking can not possibly be wrong because admitting you are wrong is just beyond comprehension.

There are only a few natural laws. Life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness are not among them. Those are man-made constructs of the weak. Survival of the fittest and might makes right are the only natural laws and possessing a firearm does nothing but temporarily subvert those truths.

A gun will not save you from illness. A gun will not save you from disease. A gun will not protect you from a contaminated water supply or tainted food source. A gun will not save you from fire. A gun will only protect your life and property until you are too weak to hold your gun.

Abrahamic religions are the religion of slaves. They even demand subservience before God. Religion makes slaves and are promoted by the weak. When the weak are many, they appear strong, but in times of crisis the weak always bow to the will of the mighty.

There are no inalienable rights bestowed by the creator because the creator is a myth promoted upon the weak.

You hate the evil corrupt government because you are slaves, and you know that without the government you so desperately despise; that is constantly stealing your freedoms; you would be nothing but a victim of those that are more powerful than you. Those who have no morals fostered upon their mentality by their voluntary enslavement.

Society creates words like psychopath and sociopath to describe human beings who live according to their animal instincts and nature. A well fed lion that kills for no other purpose except for “because it can” is not a psychopath or a sociopath. It is merely a lion.

With no government to protect your rights, to enforce society’s “laws”, men will become lions and kill with no other purpose other than “because they can!” Who will stop them. You with your “natural laws” and “unalienable rights”?

No. You will either become what you despise or lead yourself to slaughter.

This is what your ilk never understood.

Governments serve the majority while protecting the minority. Pretending to be the minority because you have a dissenting opinion doesn’t make you the minority. It makes you a bitch. The minority will always be your true masters and they don’t give a fuck about you. They just pretend to care about just as you pretend to care about what they are taking from you, because in the end, the only real action you are capable of is complaining with the hope others will do what you can’t.

Reflect upon that, and remember: everyone who claims they want to make the world a better place, really just wants to make the world better for themselves.

Insults instead of answers. You think you are smarter than everyone don't you. You don't know shit from shinola!
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