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By Who's Authority?

Posted 19 Oct 2009 at 23:48 PM by trueblue
Updated 19 Oct 2009 at 23:51 PM by trueblue (spelling correction)

It feels like we live in a complicated world, doesn't it? Knowledge is increasing at such a pace that no one can keep up with whatever the new reality may be.

The average person has been programmed to believe that he can't be sure of anything,even his own existence!

Our daily lives are run by "experts" who tell us how to live, because,apparently, we don't know for ourselves anymore. Unhappy? For a large fee, a psychologist will tell you why.
Break one of thousands of petty laws, and our legal system will explain to you why you are such a bad person. Forget to buckle your seat-belt, (or just disregard the law) and you will be fined, and if you refuse to pay, incarcerated for endangering your own life!

The basis of law in a Republic such as ours is; your action must directly interfere in the pursuit of liberty of another person. Period.
In America, the worst crime that can be committed is to deprive another of liberty. Yet, this crime is committed thousands of times over on any given day, by the people hired to "uphold the law".

In law school, I was taught that one of the main purposes of the law is to instill and enforce morals! I'm sure that sounds alright at first glance, but whose morals are we enforcing? The judge's? The prosecutor's? the people!!?

Our founding fathers left us with documents stating what ALL laws must conform to, and it's really very basic.The individual is the arbiter of his moral choices.And, as long as my morals don't directly interfere with your morals, no law has been broken.To trespass the law, a harm must be incurred upon another's person.

Our world is full of authority figures, all who want to tell us how to think, behave, and live our daily lives.from the local cops, to the city council, even your shithead next-door neighbor! And they all point to some higher authority to back up their claim of authority over you!

This may come as a surprise to most, but none of these people have any more authority than you do. Who gave these people the authority to tell me I can't roll up some tobacco (or anything else!) and inhale the smoke? Or, what I can or can't drink,or eat?

Did you give them this authority? You don't have that right.Did we collectively give them this authority? We don't have that right. Did they just take this authority for themselves? That seems about right.

Will
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    Phil Jayhan's Avatar

    I personally think that abortion is a state rights issue

    This is really good Will. It is simple and concise and gets close to the heart of the problem. Common sense and logic. As my Father used to tell me all the time, "Son, common sense ain't so common anymore,..."

    They have programmed the population to believe in a house divided type mentality. On the one hand "they tell us" we are free to our "own bodies" while on the other hand now tell us we aren't, and have to take whatever vaccination shots they want to shove down our throats.

    Which is it? do we have the right to our own bodies? I personally think that abortion is a state rights issue, simply because the way the Constitution is worded and crafted.

    And as far as being mind controlled all we have to do is listen to the daily radio "programming" we are dished out.

    And TV "programming and newsprint media programming and all other types.

    Nice article and nice blog Sir William!!

    Cheers!
    Phil
    Posted 20 Oct 2009 at 03:05 AM by Phil Jayhan Phil Jayhan is offline
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    wntthetrth's Avatar
    I like what you said Will.
    Posted 20 Oct 2009 at 13:43 PM by wntthetrth wntthetrth is offline
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    2brnot2b's Avatar
    I believe that we, those who surrender their power have done so out of being trained to react that way beginning with the family structure.

    As parents it is our "job" to raise children who can think for themselves, resolve problems, and create prosperity from 'their creativity' and not to please us.

    I think the majority of the churches have sold out to Satan and don't even know it.

    Basically we as a humanity have abdicated responsibility to those who do not have our best interest at heart.

    Good article!
    Posted 20 Oct 2009 at 19:30 PM by 2brnot2b 2brnot2b is offline
 

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