posted on Nov, 30 2010 @ 08:27 AM
We must start by asking if we are truly free to begin with. The principal of basic law is essential as for without laws we would have chaos but, to
what extent is law infringing on rights, basic rights, one of opinion, expression, ownership and more.
Think of all the rights that you have and surely you can come up with a law, by-law, rule that takes away that right or limits it under certain
conditions and situations. The more we progress in our free society, them more we vote in laws the more we give up our rights to freedom and the more
we en cage ourselves in the socialist way of living.
You have the right to be a land owner, until you chose that you also have the right to not pay propriety taxes.
You have the right to own a car, until you chose not to pay your license plates.
You have the right to own a house but you must keep that house to your neighbor's standards.
You have the right to free speech, until you offend someone.
You have the right to free representation by the state but you must settle for the law student that almost failed.
You have the right to bare arm, well...no so much in certain states or here in Canada.
You have the right to defend yourself, sometimes and it must not be done with excessive force.
You have the right to vote, for the people they chose best for you to vote for.
And I could continue like that for 20 more pages.....
Remember, you have the right to be free, free in the ever so tightening noose of law and political pressure.