Rights of the Colonists 1772:
"First, "The first fundamental positive law - establishing the legislative power; as the first fundamental natural/law also, - to govern even the legislative power itself, is the preservation of the Society. "6 "
Secondly, The Legislative has NO RIGHT to absolute arbitrary power over the lives and fortunes of the people:..." "
Thirdly, The supreme power "CANNOT" Justly take from ANY man, "ANY PART" of his "PROPERTY" without his "CONSENT", in person >>>OR by his REPRESENTATIVE."
These are some of the FIRST PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL LAW AND JUSTICE, and the "GREAT BARRIERS" OF "ALL FREE STATES", and of the British Constitution in particular. It is utterly irreconcileable to these principles, and to many other fundamental maxims of the common law, common sense and reason, that a British house of commons, should have a right, at pleasure, to give and grant the property of the Colonists."
i.e. Put in Modern Time: "...It is utterly irreconcileable to these principles, and to many other fundamental maxims of the common law, common sense and reason, that a United States Legislature, should have a right, at pleasure, to give and grant the property of the Free Citizens of the Independent States.
American Patriot Party.CC
RichardTaylorAPP - Chair - American Patriot Party.CC
John Locke #201, 202, 212 to 232; Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions 1798; Virginia Ratifying Convention 6-16-1788; Rights of the Colonists 1772.
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