That being said we all share a common enemy and we all have rights even if they are being stripped away..
That's an oxymoron. You can't have something that's stripped away.
Also, rights can't be 'stripped away'. You have and always will have rights, whether you want it, or not, and there's nothing ANYONE can do about it.
No entity, legal, lawful or otherwise, can remove your rights. Not even by surgery. Rights are unalienable - you have them when you are incarnated,
and you have them when you are deincarnated. You even have them in the astral world, because they are human rights, and they only cease to exist when
you cease to be human (lack of body is not lack of humanity).
Governments, corporations and other human beings can either respect yours rights, or violate them, they can treat you AS IF you don't have rights, or
prevent you from using your rights - heck, they can even DUPE you into signing contracts that for all intents and purposes effectively prevent you
from using your rights.
All human beings have an unlimited right to contract. So they are free to create contracts that limit their ability to use their rights (as, indeed,
most human beings of this planet that have been able to, have done).
So, while rights can be 'effectively disabled', with your consent - they can never be 'stripped away'.
And anyone treating you as if you don't have rights, without your consent, is a criminal, whether she is wearing an uniform of some kind, or not. The
problem is, that most people HAVE given their consent to being governed by 'legal system' instead of common law, so they have, in effect, 'signed
their rights away' (though not in concrete reality, only on the practical level).
Rights wouldn't be unalienable, if they could be stripped away. That's what makes rights unique, and different from anything human-created, fabricated
or artificial; rights are natural. Privileges are created.
Privileges, like 'civil rights', as some of them are called, are manufactured, fabricated, created, given or even 'issued' (beware, when ever someone
wants to 'issue' you something, it doesn't mean what you probably think it means, unless you are exceptionally well informed).
So, they can be taken away.
Anything that is given by an entity, can be taken away by the entity. Whether that entity is a corporation, a government, a human being or some legal
fiction, like a 'person'. Those things are alienable from you, they can be removed, they can be stripped away.
Liberty and civil right - those can be 'stripped away'.
Human rights can never be 'stripped away'.
(Sidenote: one definition for 'liberty' is 'freedom from government tyranny', interestingly)
The snake always finds a way to dupe adam into eating the apple of ignorance.. if he is forbidden to poison adam directly by biting his leg, he will
put his poison in the apple and seduce adam into eating it. That way it's adam's own consent that made it happen - the snake didn't technically do
That's what has happened.
Constitutions and Bills of Rights can only protect people that do not bite the apples. If they eat the apples by their own consent, they can't be
protected from the snake poison. Those papers can only prevent governments from acting -overtly- against the human beings. But they can't stop them
from DUPING people into consenting into slavery.
Human beings have been duped into signing papers that make them in effect unable to use their human rights, when they need it. It's really as simple
as that. Furthermore, they have been duped into taking on their shoulders burdens that are not really their burdens, but the burdens of the legal
fiction that they have been duped into representing - it's called "person", and it's a corporation, a dead entity that has -almost- the same name as
the human being.
John Smith is the human being, SMITH, JOHN is the person. Very similar, but not identical. Just look at the name you have in all your cards - is
'your' name written a bit differently, like in capital letters, 'surname first'?
In fact, can you find ANY 'legal document', contract or a plastic card with 'your' name on it, that would actually have the name in the normal format;
"John Smith", instead of "SMITH JOHN" or "SMITH, JOHN"?
Sometimes it's even just "Smith John" or "Dr. John Smith", "Mr. John Smith" -- basically, it can be almost anything, except "John Smith". And even
that is not completely secure; from what I have learned, the only true way of writing your human name properly, so that it cannot be confused with the
name of the 'person' is to write it like "John:Smith". (I think the character is called 'a colon')
In any case, rights can't be stripped away.
Other than that, your post creates a bit of hope in me - it's good that this information is finally spreading a little bit. But it's sad to see so
many people talking about things of law, legal stuff, etc., and not realize the truth behind the veil.
And it's almost even more sad that even people who supposedly know about this stuff, make a lot of mistakes and don't seem to fully know what they are
talking about, and have misconceptions and wrong information, when they try to inform others about this stuff.
edit on 1-11-2014 by Shoujikina because: (no reason given)