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It’s Not The Law: Legal Word Crafting

Unalienable or Inalienable Rights?

Consider the word “Unalienable.” This word was used by Thomas Jefferson in second  sentence of the Declaration of Independence where he described certain rights:

“We hold the truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.” (Emphasis added)

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Legal Word Crafting

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The NAME belongs to the CROWN, so if we register things –children, homes, cars, accounts, businesses– then, we do not “own” them, but that which we obtained via our labour –a verifiable, logical, true exchange; i.e.: compensation for labour– is our property. Don’t make the mistake of surrendering that which was earned, to the CROWN Corporation, by registering them.

If it isn’t simple, it isn’t accurate
“Ignorance of the law…” has nothing to do with our responsibility to learn “trust law”. We “trusted” public servants. That is the entire point of “trust law” –that a trust is built between us and them who claim to mind our possessions, yet, out of which they deliberately fleeced us. It is they who are in breach of trust.

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