California communist Diane Feinstein proposed 150 new infringements upon the absolute, inalienable, cannot be infringed upon 2nd Amendment right of we the American nationals. Then, to add insult to injury, she proposed more tax money to the ATF goons for the enforcement of the 150 infringements.
It is good to see the people somewhat awake in that they have begun to identify the infringements, not as reasonable law and/or policy, not as gun control or gun safety, but as what they are – infringements.
The Bill of Rights is the people’s law, not to be confused with the Uniform Commercial Code which is the government’s law. The inalienable rights described in our Bill of Rights are the people’s rights, not the government’s. And government employees cannot so much as discuss our rights/law in any coalition with their law. Their law and our law can in no way be adjoined as they are opposed in subject matter.
On September 16, 1787, our forefathers stood apart and absolute in their freedoms and liberties under their Bill of Rights, the law common to them, our common law. The following day, a group of individuals, stating that they represented the absolute rights/common law of we the people, signed the Constitution, which is in reality a conditional employment contract.
As a condition of signing the Constitution, our law, our Bill of Rights, had to be established as the foundation, hence the authority for the conditional employment contract (the Constitution). Without the Bill of Rights, the Constitution cannot exist as it is the cause for the authority.
This is why, in our original Constitution for the United States, our Bill of Rights were the first ten articles, not amendments. They do not represent a change to the document but, as previously mentioned, the authority for all that follows.
Our rights belong to us as individuals, absolute, hence the power they represent can only be asserted by the individual. Therefore the authority for the Constitution, contract for employment, must come from the individual, hence any individual can refuse it absolute any time it represents a threat to his individual authority.
To infringe is to do away with, to diminish, therefore, as our rights are infringed upon and diminished, the legitimate authority for the Constitution diminishes in direct correlation.
Once we reach the point that the government has authority over we the people, all the power that authorized the Constitution, contract for employment, ceases to exist, thus the contract ceases to exist.
Whether we realize it or not, this government has dismissed itself in dismissing we the people as the cause for their existence. These insurgents understand the supremacy of our law over their law.
The Patriot Act and the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 are the ultimate infringements, as they completely do away with our Bill of Rights. As no lawful authority for this government conducting any business is recognized by this government, this government is rogue, illegitimate, and with absolutely zero lawful authority over any American national.
So do you think we can just ignore them and they will go away?
God bless the Republic, death to the international corporate mafia, we shall prevail.