All People Have A Right To Freedom; And Action; And Movement; And To Posses Property

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Sep 4, 2021, 3:18:15 PMSep 4
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Instead of human rights organizations, as the "raison d'être of our countries, for:"

"We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union,
establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defence,
promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and
our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of
America."

our countries are indubitably military organizations and human wrongs organizations.

So what are human rights? We all have a right to freedom; and action; and
movement. We all have a right to posses property; in the face of flagrant
violations against this right (drugs, weapons, child porn).

Freedom is right, and doing something, against someone else's will, is wrong. "Do
unto others as you would have them to do you," is the whole of the law, and not
"do what thou wilt." "Do unto others as you would have them to do you," is the
whole of the law, and not, "legislate what thou wilt" - as has been the status quo
of the 50 States, 20,000 cities, and the U.S. Federal Government, apparently to
the moment.

God's Kingdom is freedom. And to remember God is to remember freedom.

There is no equivocation in this.
Freedom does not include taking another's freedom. You can't say someone has a
will, and then violate that will, without making a contradiction in your own mind
at the same time. Hence, we should stop listening to the persuasions of
psychopaths and liars. Every jury believes the victim had a will. This is the
point that should be harped on, emphasized, demanded and declared. Any court not
aware of this, is but a criminal and a quack. A contradiction *is* an error, and
an error is wrong. When you willfully choose wrong, people wonder what is wrong
with you. But guilt does not actually exist. No one ever got 100% on every
academic test. They weren't guilty. Good thought precedes good action, and bad
though precedes bad action. People are naturally good at heart. If you think you
have a heart of darkness, because you've been hurt by other people, and you want
to hurt other people, you need to know, you're only hurting yourself more, if you
ever come to your right mind. Some people never will come to their right mind in
their lifetime, and will die in their sins. But most crime is motivated by the
evil of unequal poverty. Such is the persuasion and advocation of humanism: that
we can *be* under grace, that we don't *have* to suspect one another, but
seriously less than 1 in 10,000 is a crazy capital killer. And the F.B.I.
guesstimates there are only 30-50 serial killers operating at any one time in the
country. People don't commit crimes by nature! They are naturally good, yet can
be mal-motivated. That said, petty robbery and petty burglary are rampant crimes
of economic desperation, and there are near 10 millions cases of grand fraud per
year, equating to over $1 Trillion, at over $100,000 a piece. No doubt due to the
evil of unequal poverty.
To bring people to justice, means to bring people to intelligence, (the four R's)
repentance, redemption, rehabilitation, even reconciliation. There is no blood
atonement. *Nor* is there atonement, in self-harm!
Justice is the absence of injustice. Rather than the impoverishment of
present-day punishment; we all deserve to be infinitely wealthy and healthy and to
get everything we ever desire.

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