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My answers

"Who gave a judge the right to assign a sentence?"

I didn't consent to giving him his right for anything.

Who gave a police officer the right to file an arrest?

I didn't consent to giving him his right for anything.

Who gave legislature the right to write a bill into law?

I didn't consent to give them their "right" to write a bill into law.

Do citizens have a right to do whatever they please?

YES. THEY DO. As long as they don't violate the NATURAL rights of others, then yes.

COMMENT: This whole notion of the hallucination of the idea of "governmental authority" is a complete joke...and needs to be discarded to the dustbin of history, forever.

I believe in the Rule of Law....but NATURAL law, not governmental legal positivist law.

BIG difference. In Legal Positivist law rule, whatever the government says is illegal, is ILLEGAL.

In NATURAL Law...it is so, so, SO very simple: The maxim and edict to Natural Law? DO....NO....HARM.

And if you are attacked by someone else in some way, then you can defend yourself to protect the well being of you...or that of others and defend who are attacked.

Three words: Do no harm.

Doesn't mean that aggressive (even lethal) tactics are not used. Just means that if not attacked, you will do no harm.

~Chris
Norfolk, VA

Time to INVESTIGATE the investigators of 9/11. PROSECUTE the prosecutors. EXPOSE the cover-up.