Declaration of Natural Rights

Human societies are guided and held together by ideas and a shared sense of morality.

When the People lose sight of those foundational principles, corruption and dictatorial power inevitably take root, and once criminal elements have taken control of society it becomes harder and harder to unseat them.

As this process of deterioration progresses there comes a point of no return where real change can no longer be achieved from within the existing system. We’ve reached that point some time ago. It’s time to come to terms with that and adjust our actions accordingly. We face a situation right now where the electoral process has become little more than theater, and the political awareness of the population has been reduced to petty bickering over emotionally charged wedge issues, all the while those running the show remove our freedoms one by one and draw us ever deeper into undeclared wars of aggression.

The only way that we can change course is by organizing a unified front outside the existing system. Not as a political party, not as a left wing or a right wing ideological faction, but as a people.

Unified not in protest of this broken and corrupt system but with rather under a set of principles… principles that will lay the foundation to rebuild on.

Any right that is a true human right is inherent. Such rights are not granted by government, they are not privileges bestowed by society, or created by documents, therefore such rights cannot be regulated, limited or revoked by any such power. Any supposed authority which seeks to strip a Natural Right from the People is illegitimate, and should be dealt with accordingly.

The most common way that rights are subverted is through the assertion of rights which are not rights at all. There was a time when it was accepted by all that Kings had the right to kill at a whim and to take the freedom and the property of any of his subjects at will. The divine right of kings is a false right. This is obvious to us now. However, each era is blind to its own darkness.

Before we can even begin to understand the nature of rights we first answer one question honestly… and follow the implications to their logical conclusion.

When… is violence…  justified?

It’s a simple question, and there is only one sane answer. The only morally acceptable context for violence is defense.

That answer is often referred to as the non-aggression principle. It’s a fancy name for an obvious and simple truth, but simple truths carry the most devastating implications when applied to the real world.

source: naturalrightsfoundation


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