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Let us be....The People
Continuously we fight for change, in the same ways, we fight for diplomacy and we crave hope of a better tomorrow. The thing is, we have yet to try anything significantly different, we fear the outcome of failure so we hold ourselves and the rest of the world back. There is no real trial and error, because we fear the error and as such we fear trying.
We continue to fight for the same results, using the same methods (even if we change the name) INSANITY!
Let’s REALLY try something different, let’s abolish government, form a constitution with ourselves and uphold our own standards as individuals and be held accountable by ourselves for our own actions and what we have stated in our personal contract to us….
Let us be the people we know we can be, and follow the path illuminated before us. Let’s not hold out for hope of a Savior and be our own saving grace. Let’s stop war, and sieze the chaos of unjust fairness to those we deem different, let’s not vote, let’s just self regulate, let’s not delegate power, let us take the power into our own hands. This is the true measure of change, the true virtue of upholding cause and effect, let’s have real causes and get up from under false pretenses, religions, and rights.
The Liberty to pursue happiness starts with the pursuit. Let’s stop being INSANE and awaken from our deep slumbers. Try doing it differently, you’d be amazed at the outcome!
“These matters, involving the most intimate and personal choices a person may make in a lifetime, choices central to personal dignity and autonomy, are central to the liberty protected by the Fourteenth Amendment. At the heart of liberty is the right to define one’s own concept of existence, of meaning, of the universe, and of the mystery of human life.”—
The Supreme Court on personal liberty
“Liberty means to exercise human rights in any manner a person chooses so long as it does not interfere with the exercise of the rights of others. This means, above all else, keeping government out of our lives. Only this path leads to the unleashing of human energies that build civilization, provide security, generate wealth, and protect the people from systematic rights violations. In this sense, only liberty can truly ward off tyranny, the great and eternal foe of mankind.”— Ron Paul
“Why should government agents spy on us? They work for us! How about we spy on them? On cops when they arrest and interrogate people or contemplate suspending freedom; on prosecutors when they decide whom to prosecute and what evidence to use; on judges when they rationalize away our guaranteed rights; and on members of Congress whenever they meet with a lobbyist, mark up a piece of legislation, or conspire to assault our liberties or our pocketbooks.”—Judge Andrew Napolitano
We’re told that soon, the sky will be filled with drones, spying on us. …The predictions that Americans will soon be under constant surveillance by drones fail to take into account American ingenuity. Navy Admiral Jonathan Greenert unveiled video of a successful test of a new type of laser that can shoot a drone out of the air at a cost only about a dollar a shot. And on the domestic front, the animal rights group PETA said it’s considering buying small drone aircraft to fly over woods and fields, to “stalk hunters” and monitor them with video cameras. This sounds like an idea they haven’t thought through yet. In fact, judging from Internet comments, some hunters can’t wait. PETA already tried this last year on some pigeon hunters in South Carolina. Their drone was shot down within minutes. What PETA calls “stalking hunters with drone aircraft,” hunters call “skeet shooting.”