Natural Responsibility

Aug 30, 2011 by

Our First Amendment gives us freedom to exercise our ability to speak as we please and peaceful congregation to protest something that We disagree over.  There are certain forces on the Earth and within our country that desire to strip us of this right but by the very UNALIENABLE Nature of our rights, the most they can do is manipulate us into thinking we do not have this right and in doing so we become susceptible to slavery. Through proper and active exercise of our ability to speak against any injustice or heinous attempt at censorship, we retain our freedom and advocate Justice and Reason. The quality of Our execution of our Freedom of Speech is directly proportional to our willingness to participate within our democratic government. We can do this by electing representatives who share our interests in Virtue over Value and who also advocate Reason. The purpose of government is to protect our natural rights and the instant that our heads are labeled with a dollar sign is the very moment that it becomes evident that we have lost our worth as a human being, and are seen as a monetary value. We become a resource for the fulfillment of self-gratifying agendas. We CANNOT be complacent with ourselves, nor with our country. You cannot be willing to accept things as they are for they can always be better. To lose interest in protection of rights and letting others do for you what you can do for yourself is irresponsible. We live in a civil age and our naturally endowed duty to mankind is to SELF-GOVERN, for the sake of others as well as ourselves because if we fail to self-govern, we also fail to Reason.

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  1. The End is Near

    “The quality of Our execution of our Freedom of Speech is directly proportional to our willingness to participate within our democratic government.” An insignificant portion of the people exercise their right to participate in any form. So you see, the end is near.

  2. Diggory

    Can you define what you mean by “the end”? And how can you define the efforts a few people make as “insignificant”? Please define that as well…

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