Monday, November 2, 2009

Unconstitutional Laws Are Void - and MUST NOT Be Obeyed!

Do you complain of many of the unconstitutional acts of Congress - or of any President via executive orders - and then obey them, anyway?

If you do, you are as guilty for the loss of your freedom as those who have pretended to take it from you.

Those who take your Freedom away do not have the law on their side. They only pretend to do so. Your rights do not come from your government. They come from God or from any other source higher than your government that you may believe in. Call it your human nature, call it what you will, but neither this nor any other government existed when humanity was created.

If you are religious or quasi-religious and believe that governments are ordained by God, then know this: God does not ordain governments to take away from you what he gave you freely at your birth. The US government does "God's work" only if it stays within the boundaries the Constitution has laid down for it. If it strays outside of these boundaries, it has no right to existence - beyond that which you give it by your passive acquiescence.

Throughout human existence, tyrants have ruled only so long as people have tolerated their rule. If you tolerate tyrants, you are a tyrant - and a coward, to boot. If you value your life and your convenience and temporary comfort higher than your freedom, you gamble away not only your freedom, but that of every other man, woman, and child in your country - and the casino where you gambled it away has been rigged from time immemorial. You don't even have a chance, an illusion, of "winning".

Ask yourself if it's worth it.

Obey natural law. Make your officials obey natural law - and defy unnatural law. It's your only ticket to Freedom.

Now listen to how Judge Napolitano puts it:


Interestingly, it doesn't mean what we have come to think of the word. Here is what the Online Etymology Dictionary has to say about it:

Obey. c.1290, from O.Fr. obeir, from L. oboedire "obey, pay attention to, give ear," lit. "listen to," from ob "to" + audire "listen, hear" (see audience). Same sense development is in cognate O.E. hiersumnian.

Ha! Who would have thought? All that is required of you in order to literally "obey" a bad law is to give it a listening. Once you have listened, and find it to be wrongheaded, you are literally free to disregard it!

Naturally, your disregard will then seriously tick off whoever is asking you to comply, and you will have to suffer the consequences of your and your neighbors' past neglect in supervising your government. As a result, your officials have the power to take your stuff away from you, and to take you away and to lock you up if it pleases them. They have the power - but they do not have the right!

Remember that. EVERYTHING is up to you, my friend. Do not believe for a moment that you are "powerless"! That is what "they" want you to believe.

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