Who’s rules would you rather live under? Your own guidelines? Or policy enforced on the public? Really think about this one, it goes for many aspects of your life…
-Rights to refuse medication/vaccinations
-Rights to administer any food, beverage, nourishment, or water
-Rights to access utilities via discharge (applies to electric, garbage,gas, internet, etc.)
-Rights to barter, buy, contract, sell or trade
-Rights to create, invent, adopt, utilize, promulgate any system or means of currency, money, medium of exchange,coinage, barter, economic exchange, bookkeeping, and record keeping, etc.
-Rights to use any free, rented, leased, purchased, adversely possessed, fixed or mobile domicile, as though the same were a permanent domicile, without any requirement to obtain any government permit, license, certificate, or permission of any kind whatsoever
-Rights to manage, maneuver, direct, guide, navigate, or travel in any form of automobile or motorized conveyance whatsoever without any requirement to apply for or obtain any government license, permit, certificate, or permission of any kind whatsoever
-Rights to enter into obligations and procreate offspring, and to rear, educate, train, guide, and spiritually enlighten any such offspring, without any requirement to apply for or obtain any government permission
-Rights to buy, sell, trade, grow, plant, cultivate, harvest, raise, gather, hunt, trap, angle, and store food, fiber, plant, herbs, Cannabis Sativa, and other raw materials for food, shelter, clothing, consumption, spiritual enlightenment, medicine, and survival
-Rights to exercise freedom of religion, worship, use of sacraments, spiritual practice, expression status, nationality and birthright, speech, publish, peaceably assemble, petition government for redress of grievances,
-Rights to keep, use, bear arms
-Rights to privacy, security in person, and property
-Rights to create travel documents
Most of us contract our rights away… but what we should be doing is reinforcing our unalienable rights through contract, more explicitly, an express private common law trust contract. Your thoughts?