posted on Sep, 17 2015 @ 10:11 PM
Knowing that man is flawed from birth to death, it is to be understood that anyone is capable of anything at any time. If a true moral standard
exists, clearly it exists within the realm of spirituality, not the realm of flesh. Some will choose to believe that man is pure flesh and motivated
by the bio-chemistry of the flesh, yet others will choose to believe that man is spirit encapsulated in the flesh. Therefore, the coexistence of the
theist with the atheist hinges on a legal codex of liberty rather than morality. Until a creative deity intervenes, morality must be consideded a
subjective matter, never objective. For this reason, liberty must be the goal of civilization. The point at which liberty becomes tyranny is when the
volition of one human overrides the volition of another human. As a human being, liberty is your birthright.
Bill of Rights:
1.) Freedom of faith: You may rest your faith in (and practice) any religious (or areligious) system, whether (pre-existing or invented) up to the
point that your belief system threatens to override the volition of another human being.
2.) Your right to express your thinking patterns and ideologies may not be hindered unless it some how threatens to override the volition of another
3.) You are free to engage in any action that does not threaten to override the volition of another human being.
4.) You are free to defend yourself against those who seek to override your personal volition.
5.) Any action or expression of idea which threatens to override the volition of another human being will be considered criminality once convicted in
a court of law.
6.) Criminality must be punished pproportionally. Willful murder: death upon conviction. Rape: castration upon conviction. Theft: repayment upon
conviction. Violence: beating upon conviction. Adultery: divorce/annulment upon conviction. Slander/deception: repayment for damages and a title of
What did I leave out?
edit on 17-9-2015 by BELIEVERpriest because: typos