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Mike, Norwalk Robert Edwards, somewhere in the USA (11/14/18)

Robert, the thing I remember in high school was his push for world government under socialism. His stand on pacifism was unique to say the least. He thought preemptive nuclear war was ok as long as his side was the only one with the button  and then he was anti-nuclear. I really like his antiwar and anti-imperialism stance and courage to stand for it.

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Spoken like a true progressive patron of the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land. They don't / they can't understand the joy that comes from serving others. That love and charity is not within them.

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Excellent points, a very accurate observation. In the last election I heard a lot of "the lesser of 2 evils". My thought, it is still evil. A popular mantra was, "if you don't vote, you don't have reason to complain." Again, Lysander Spooner's comment here rings more true than ever: "A man is no less a slave because he is allowed to choose a new master once in a term of years." There is an absolutely incompatible difference between individual sentient sovereigns organizing a body of servants to secure their (individually and in concert) inalienable rights and liberty at natural law; AND, citizens of a body politic that governs over its chattel members.

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Once, liberty was attainable when the bodies politic were perceived as servants, lawfully unable to do anything beyond the very limited scope defined in the constitution. Today's tyranny expands exponentially due to an occupying statist's theocracy execution without inadequate securities  there being little to no principles of liberty or constitutional law to be found.

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As a generalized catch-all — a very accurate observation. Patrons of the statist theocracy infesting this land would not speak ill concerning their most powerful tools or god/government. A repression by applied Stockholm Syndrome techniques also explains the situation well.

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Mike, Norwalk Robert, Sarasota (11/8/18)

Robert, I know you like trying to change the definitions of words so that you may find fault with other than your own religion.

Religion is: a sacrosanct object of conscience (an ethic(s), a moral(s), a value (system) or an orientation of correctness / enlightenment) believed sufficiently conventional as to enable an attributable action(s). Religion’s initiating elements of conscience, through fruition of action, encompasses self-obligated pursuits, imperative practices and devoted interests (by way of extreme brevity / example: safety, health and well being). When such enabling fundamentals are drawn upon or referenced as authority, power, reason or logic to exert specific actions (codes, ordinances, regulations, rules, statutes, a mandated action, et cetera), a formal religion is established. A ‘god’, ‘causation’ or other ‘relegated source’ of such enabling elements may or may not be instrumental (or even useful) in defining religion. (by way of example: Buddhism and Humanism are religions without extra-human dieties). Religion is: “ real piety in practice, consisting in the performance of all known duties to ⋯ our fellow men.” (Bouvier’s Law Dictionary) This definition’s focus is on “real piety in practice” - and - “the performance of all known duties” - again, a sacrosanct object of conscience believed sufficiently conventional as to enable attributable actions. Webster's New World Dictionary - Fourth College Edition uses a slightly different vantage on Bouvier’s “fellow men” by stating, Religion is: “a.) any specific system of belief and worship, often involving a code of ethics and a philosophy [the Christian religion, the Buddhist religion, et cetera] b.) any system of beliefs, practices, ethical values, et cetera resembling, suggestive of, or likened to such a system [humanism as a religion] ⋯ any object of conscientious regard and pursuit” By way of example; punishment for canon infractions concerning safety and victimless crimes are purely elements of a religion’s dogma, exercise and tenets (outside secular natural law). When the omnipotent clergy enforces canons due to / or based on an ethical premise, a moral imperative or an element of orientation of correctness (such as for safety’s sake) – as determined by a he/god/government’s duty to protect owned chattel from itself (collectivism’s themselves), a national establishment of religion there imposes a state of religious helot(s), serf(s) and/or slave(s) - while moving to deceive and victimize its ignorant patrons / corporate régime’s members / under threat and/or full duress deceived. “The people never give up their liberties but under some delusion” (Edmund Burke)

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Mike, Norwalk Waffler, Smith, Arkansas (11/6/18)

Waffler; Liberty is: “The power of acting as one thinks fit, without any restraint or control, except from the laws of nature.” (Bouvier’s Law Dictionary) Liberty is the “exemption from extraneous control. The power of the will, in its moral freedom, to follow the dictates of its unrestricted choice, and to direct the external acts of the individual without restraint, coercion, or control from other persons. Liberty is the right which nature gives to all mankind of disposing of their persons and property after the manner they judge most consistent with their happiness, on condition of their acting within the limits of the law of nature, and so as not to interfere with an equal exercise of the same rights by other men.” (Black’s Law Dictionary 1st ed.). Clarifying original fact, natural law intent, and de jure jurisprudence: “Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. I do not add 'within the limits of the law,' because law is often but the tyrant's will, and always so when it violates the rights of the individual.” (Thomas Jefferson) “Personal liberty, or the Right to enjoyment of life and liberty, is one of the fundamental or natural Rights, which has been protected by its inclusion as a guarantee in the various constitutions, which is not derived from, or dependent on, the U.S. Constitution, which may not be submitted to a vote and may not depend on the outcome of an election. It is one of the most sacred and valuable Rights, as sacred as the Right to private property ⋯ and is regarded as inalienable.” (16 C.J.S., Constitutional Law, Sect.202, p.987).

Waffler, within the statist theocracy infesting this land, is liberty the overpowering focus of the majority? The answer is NO! ! !

Waffler, within the statist theocracy infesting this land (here comes that mantra), does the majority support liberty or the enslaving antithesis thereof, i.e., compelled compliance, victimless crimes, government licenses, larceny with impunity (2nd plank of the communist manifesto, property taxes, Social Security, police state confiscations, etc.) a non-recognition of perfected allodium and inalienable rights and other degradations of unconstitutional socialism?  Even Waffler will have to silently admit  we hold these truths to be self evident..

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Mike, Norwalk RBESRQ (11/6/18)

Robert, you are going to have to give us your very own definition of socialism. From at least the 14th century, socialism has maintained virtually the same meaning with differing applications (communism, fascism, etc. for example) and theocratic severity / intensity.

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When I said well said to Terry, I was speaking of his first comment. Laissez-faire, at natural law can NOT fail  an economic / financial impossibility. Sentient sovereign's servants, administrating life, liberty, and property at "the laws of nature and of nature's God and justice ONLY address that which is illicit and an adjustment to correct. Laissez-faire is a term which describes such action. Patrons of ultra controlling theocracies, socialists and the like are incapable of recognizing the laissez-faire administrations of life, liberty and property at natural law and justice.

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Of the list supplied above, plus  how may patrons of the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land support (or even accept) compelled compliance, government licenses,victimless crimes, larceny with impunity (2nd plank of the communist manifesto, property tax, Social Security, police state confiscations, etc.) and NON-acceptance of inalienable rights, the laws of nature and of nature's God, perfected allodium and pure liberty? Heinlein gets an "A" for such an accurate observation.

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Democracy ... is a charming form of government, hmmm  I guess for some. To be charming, one would have to think despotism, tyranny and mob rule are charming. Democracy ... full of variety and disorder, hmmm  I guess not knowing what the oligarchs of Democracy are going to do next to create pain, poverty, death and mayhem comes under a topic of chaotic wonderment. The equality of helots, serfs and slaves under the demand of force is so democracy.

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Natural law, with it administration  Common Law, decrees that the mental abstract / intangible thesis government to be a mere regulated body of servants  representing individual sovereign's inalienable rights. When that intangible abstract devolves into a norm of mental illness (illustrated through an enforcement of compelled compliance, government licenses, victimless crimes, larceny with impunity (2nd plank of the communist manifesto, Social Security, police state confiscations, self enslaving contributions concerning commerce and property, etc.) and non-recognition of perfected allodium and inalienable rights) subscribe doctrines of the god government becomes a slave master.

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Way to accurate, I like it a lot

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I don't think I was ever astonished. Understanding that people are different (some like liberty, some like being slaves, some are moral, some are otherwise, etc.). People being so different would leave room for those astonished by others actions.

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An accurate statement: "Its not the voting that's democracy;" The counting is but one of the wrongs inherent in democracy.

Waffler, what is apparent is how little has been said about how crooked the voting is in the U.S.A. There are multiple ways to stack the vote. Electronic voting machines are but just one of the ways. Dead people voting, a single person voting multiple times, those not legally authorized to vote voting, etc., etc., etc.

The corruption also happens in all parties. Remember Romney's results in New Hampshire against Ron Paul then most recently, in Utah against his Republican opponent? California's corruption with all it/they came to bare against Trump is unbelievable except for its reality.

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Editor, you may be interested: I've been traveling and going into public libraries. The internet in many of these public libraries do not offer access to your blog for a multiple of reasons. One reason is "Liberty Quotes" is blocked because of IP Attack. ? ? ? I'm probably considered a hostile to you ;-)  Thank you very, VERY much for your here efforts and all you do.

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I would add at least a 4th class; i.e., Competent Sentient Sovereigns that love liberty, comprehend "the laws of nature and of nature's God" and understand that the Constitution "was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other." I really like Archer's sentiment of each individual signing the Declaration of Independence  it is held self evident by those awake Sovereigns that patrons of the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land are uniquely helots, serfs and slaves (inclusive of Spooner's here 3 classes) not knowing or understanding the principles being addressed in the Constitution.

Addressed by Spooner above, all rights are equal  and — are also inalienable / unalienable, being outside the reach of man's limitations.

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Mike, Norwalk E Archer, NYC (10/27/18)

Very well said, thank you.

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Free speech is a great inalienable right. The occupying statist theocracy infesting this land does not agree. Most favor free speech as a talking point in down times  not when it interrupts their religious dogma.

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Mike, Norwalk E Archer, NYC (10/17/18)

Archer, my comment here sounds more negative on the subject than I really am. I also have close friends that have not only used it recreationally but medically (to great success I might add). Marijuana, like anything else has good and bad effects on different persons  flippantly, I might even say like broccoli has. I didn't do a good job of describing my full meaning. Marijuana is first an individual sovereign's issue  like anything else, then has a place in de jure representative forms of representation at a State level (age appropriate?, if causes harm to innocent third party while under the influence?, etc.). It is not licitly a federal issue on any level. 

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I like it a lot. Well said Felipe.

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Democratic goals can be summed up in despotic rule by the mob. Truly informed individual sovereigns can make educated choices (an informed citizenry is a herd of inferiors told what their master want them to hear). A free and open market place of ideas is a concept of where truth (etc.) may be hopefully found.

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