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Offline ChrisABrown

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #15 on: July 10, 2016, 10:06:34 AM »
It all depends on the people implementing such. I believe we have now covered this thread. Time to go onto something else.

What exists after the destruction of unalienable rights?

Those rights are facing widespread destruction across the nation.  The logical purpose of freedom of speech at this point is to focus upon agreement between states citizens that is adequate to create lawful constitutional unity upon action to alter or abolish.

These two inquiries are very simple and focused upon the needed action defining constitutional intent or use of the state citizens exclusive right to define such intent.

Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish?


Since media is complicit with government destructive to unalienable rights, state citizens must somehow take over the function of sharing the information which can create protection for unalienable rights IF they are to be protected.

Another thread specific to this action is needed.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #16 on: July 10, 2016, 10:11:15 AM »
What exists after the destruction of unalienable rights?

Those rights are facing widespread destruction across the nation.  The logical purpose of freedom of speech at this point is to focus upon agreement between states citizens that is adequate to create lawful constitutional unity upon action to alter or abolish.

These two inquiries are very simple and focused upon the needed action defining constitutional intent or use of the state citizens exclusive right to define such intent.

Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish?


Since media is complicit with government destructive to unalienable rights, state citizens must somehow take over the function of sharing the information which can create protection for unalienable rights IF they are to be protected.

Another thread specific to this action is needed.

I am sorry, but at this point you are bordering on troll status. Your initial post has been thoroughly discussed and you will not turn it loose.
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DECLARATOR - A place to declare and support unalienable rights
« Reply #17 on: July 10, 2016, 11:16:21 AM »
These 2 inquiry define the most prime constitutional intent and act to unify Americans around definition of constitutional intent which is their exclusive right under the 9th amendment.

By agreement upon rights, Americans retain them.

Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish?


Some very good questions about this agreement and the use of it are asked and answered here.

http://conservativepoliticalforum.com/the-constitution/the-declaration-of-independence-full-transcript/

Otherwise, this link is a page about strategy using this agreement in all American states to empower then use our right to alter or abolish.

Due to the fact that the PURPOSE of free speech is widely abridged, it is necessary for states citizens to take it upon themselves to share this agreement widely IF unalienable rights are to be protected from increasing destruction.  This extended to the preservation of the 1787 constitution as the law of the land.

   


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Re: DECLARATOR - A place to declare and support unalienable rights
« Reply #18 on: July 10, 2016, 11:39:23 AM »
These 2 inquiry define the most prime constitutional intent and act to unify Americans around definition of constitutional intent which is their exclusive right under the 9th amendment.

By agreement upon rights, Americans retain them.

Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish?


Some very good questions about this agreement and the use of it are asked and answered here.

http://conservativepoliticalforum.com/the-constitution/the-declaration-of-independence-full-transcript/

Otherwise, this link is a page about strategy using this agreement in all American states to empower then use our right to alter or abolish.

Due to the fact that the PURPOSE of free speech is widely abridged, it is necessary for states citizens to take it upon themselves to share this agreement widely IF unalienable rights are to be protected from increasing destruction.  This extended to the preservation of the 1787 constitution as the law of the land.

   


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Are you a one trick pony. Why start another thread on the same subject that has been covered? Keep it up and you will not be here long.
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #19 on: July 10, 2016, 11:56:17 AM »
What exists after the destruction of unalienable rights?

Those rights are facing widespread destruction across the nation.  The logical purpose of freedom of speech at this point is to focus upon agreement between states citizens that is adequate to create lawful constitutional unity upon action to alter or abolish.

These two inquiries are very simple and focused upon the needed action defining constitutional intent or use of the state citizens exclusive right to define such intent.

Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish?


Since media is complicit with government destructive to unalienable rights, state citizens must somehow take over the function of sharing the information which can create protection for unalienable rights IF they are to be protected.

Another thread specific to this action is needed.
Here's the problem, you are empowering Govt by claiming we need another Initiative by the States to protect the Bill of Rights.
I'm sorry, that's fuckin nuts!
Why do we even have a B o A if you're cowering under the illusion that the Govt even has any say in what happens to it in the least?
Are you forgetting what it was designed to do?

Rights are inalienable, that is, until you hand them over. So knock it off, it's people like you that enable govt to negotiate away our rights.
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Re: DECLARATOR - A place to declare and support unalienable rights
« Reply #20 on: July 10, 2016, 06:02:23 PM »
Are you a one trick pony. Why start another thread on the same subject that has been covered? Keep it up and you will not be here long.

Answering a few questions is not "covered".

The new thread was created to make a place specific to agreement upon the most prime constitutional intent rather than simply posting in a thread related about the Declaration of Independence.

Looks like I'm getting set up to be banned for trying to initiate discussion upon constitutional intent.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #21 on: July 10, 2016, 06:05:02 PM »
Here's the problem, you are empowering Govt by claiming we need another Initiative by the States to protect the Bill of Rights.
I'm sorry, that's fuckin nuts!
Why do we even have a B o A if you're cowering under the illusion that the Govt even has any say in what happens to it in the least?
Are you forgetting what it was designed to do?

Rights are inalienable, that is, until you hand them over. So knock it off, it's people like you that enable govt to negotiate away our rights.

Please show where I use the word "initiative".

Please show where I mention the "bill of rights".

Please show where I mention the government has "any say".

Quoted statements are needed.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #22 on: July 10, 2016, 08:50:15 PM »
Please show where I use the word "initiative".

Please show where I mention the "bill of rights".

Please show where I mention the government has "any say".

Quoted statements are needed.

Your failure to convey a message is not my fault, and your claim that we need more Legislation of any kind is pure bull shit!

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What exists after the destruction of unalienable rights?

Show me proof that this is occurring wide spread.

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Those rights are facing widespread destruction across the nation.The logical purpose of freedom of speech at this point is to focus upon agreement between states citizens that is adequate to create lawful constitutional unity upon action to alter or abolish.

That statement makes absolutely no sense to anyone reading this, but I have no doubt it did to you at the time. Want to try again?

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These two inquiries are very simple and focused upon the needed action defining constitutional intent or use of the state citizens exclusive right to define such intent.

More verbose crap that makes no sense without context, a point you've failed from the start.

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Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Jefferson thought it necessary.
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Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish?
More poor and incomplete sentence structure. alter or abolish what?

Since media is complicit with government destructive to unalienable rights, state citizens must somehow take over the function of sharing the information which can create protection for unalienable rights IF they are to be protected.
Again, what's your point?
You really need a proofreader to check this crap.

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Another thread specific to this action is needed.

No we do not, what we need is for you to stop and focus before you even hit another key.
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #23 on: July 10, 2016, 10:27:36 PM »
what's up with the verification questions?
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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #24 on: July 10, 2016, 11:04:57 PM »
what's up with the verification questions?
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You mean these?

Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish?


If so, the two inquiry are to determine if a poster unconditionally supports the 1787 constitution.

Looks like solar is trying to bait me after not being accountable to support his first assertions with facts.  One sided accountability is not worth investing while one sided exposure of fraudulent intent is.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #25 on: July 10, 2016, 11:39:55 PM »
(1)  Do you agree and accept that the framers of the founding documents intended for us to alter or abolish government destructive to our unalienable rights?

(2)  Do you agree and accept that the ultimate purpose of free speech is to enable the unity adequate to effectively alter or abolish?


To support my affirmation of the above two questions, I quote Thomas Jefferson, "When . . . it becomes necessary . . . to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them . . . they should declare the causes which impel them to the separation."

Unity requires agreement between two or more persons. In the due course of a Republic, such unity in speech requires a majority of a smaller group of persons to unite behind one speaking voice. And, it follows that, a majority of the duly elected speaking voices must unite into one speaking voice. That one voice speaks the idea to which We the People choose to civilly abide. In a Republic, the elected people create the law under which We the People voluntarily acquiesce.

As opposed to having an oppressive democracy in which 51% rule over the 49%.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #26 on: July 10, 2016, 11:43:38 PM »
It appears to me that Mr. Solar and Mr. Superb Sales Manager are cornfused. Wonder from where they became learned.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #27 on: July 10, 2016, 11:45:15 PM »
And where is Red Dirt? He started this discussion.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #28 on: July 10, 2016, 11:54:34 PM »
Free speech can also be used to condone. Typically however, silence condones, speech objects. When everybody in the room is content, the room is silent. When an individual becomes desirous of an alternative state of condition, speech usually occurs.

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Re: The Declaration of Independence -- full transcript
« Reply #29 on: July 11, 2016, 05:29:58 AM »
what's up with the verification questions?
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Just enable cookies and refresh your browser, as in kill it and restart it, should make it stop.
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