Originally posted by Shoujikina
Originally posted by ninjas4321
So a swat team came to a womans house with a tank all because she refused to give her child her prescribed meds
Only in america and yes she eventuly got the right to decide whats best for her child
edit on 29-7-2012 by ninjas4321 because: (no reason
It's not only in America. It's the same everywhere, because..
You can't REGISTER your child and then expect to be able to dictate what gets/doesn't get put inside of his/her body any more than you can dictate
whether she/he will enter a government school or not, or what they will teach him/her there.
Don't register your children, if you don't want the government (REGIS = KING) to own them. It's as simple as that. You willingly gave away all control
to your child ('allodial title' belongs to the government from that point on), and then you are surprised when the government has the authority to do
whatever they want with the kid.
There's a certain amount of hypocrisy in that. It's like I sign a contract with you, which allows you to hit my head with a wooden hammer, and when
you do, I start being shocked about it and complain all over the place. Well, duh - what did you expect?
edit on 30-7-2012 by Shoujikina
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Here is the hard core truth of the matter. ^^ Great post btw.
The act of registering the child is indeed a legal contract and must be upheld.
That is why I refuse under all forms of punishment conceivable to acquiesce to such tyranny.
They will threaten and bark, to "scare" people into signing that document. And 99.999999% of the population bites the bait as a result.
I just did some highly in depth research on this very topic yesterday morning, looked up hundreds of definitions and cases where this subject was
discussed. Mostly the state I am in right now, but some other cases throughout the nation as well.
I dug and dug, and I have at least (but not limited to) 5 hard arguments that can easily trump this registration crap.
Did you know that you can waive your entitlements? No one ever does it so it's almost unheard of but, you can technically lawfully waive any
entitlement thrust upon you by the government.
This is one of my pet ideas I have been working on since yesterday. I triple checked it by looking up various cases where waivers of entitlements were
the subject. And it is a right to waive your rights, especially as a form of trade for other more valued things. This is the basis of plea-bargaining
and is upheld by all of the courts I have reviewed cases of.
edit on 30-7-2012 by muzzleflash because: (no reason given)