My fellow Americans- Defend Your Unalienable Rights
My fellow Americans,
The American people, and the U.S. Government are in a Cold Civil War
over the Bill of Rights, and the legal interpretation of the original
intent of these laws.
Your best weapon in your arsenal against
this blatant tyranny, and disregard for your unalienable rights is an
educated mind, and your ability to be a leader within your own
neighborhood and community. Educate your fellow Americans, as to what their personal liberties actually entail.
Encourage them to redress their grievances against the government, to
worship as they please, and assemble as a gathering of good men and
Teach them how to use a firearm, and to organize armed neighborhood watches.
Instruct them not to submit to unreasonable searches and seizures, and
to always require a warrant to be judicially sanctioned and supported
by probable cause.
Inform them of their right to due process
which originate back to the Magna Carta, your right to a trial by grand
jury, and your right to remain silent.
Make sure they
understand they have the right to a speedy and public trial. They have
the right to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation; to
be confronted with the witnesses against him; to have compulsory process
for obtaining witnesses in their favor, and to have the assistance of
counsel for their defense.
Instruct them not to allow themselves to be tried twice for the same crime, once they are found innocent.
Instruct them to resist by any means necessary against cruel and unusual punishment, and torture.
Instruct them that not all of their rights are covered in the Bill of
Rights, and they have basic human rights that no government entity can
Educate them about their state's right to session from the union.
You are a great people with a righteous might, that of which none shall
rival. It is in your destiny to defend these unalienable rights, and
pass them onto your children.
History will bear all of your names when
the sun finally sets on the American Republic. But it will be remembered
that We the People, achieved an infinite consensus, and that our Bill
of Rights was unique to the name of liberty. One that will be
resurrected in future generations of mankind, for it will live on
Sincerely, Mark Adams
MOLON LABE "A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on." -- John F. Kennedy