THE AMERICAN DECLARATION

 

OF THE RIGHTS AND AUTHORITY

 

OF THE PEOPLE

 

The Re-affirmation of the Second Amendment

 

of the Bill of Rights

     

“He has combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our Constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws, giving assent to their acts of pretended legislation....for taking away our Charters, abolishing our most valuable laws, and altering fundamentally the forms of our governments...”     .... Excerpt from the   Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776

 

Constrained, as we are, to abide by laws that pretend to improve our safety, while negative evidence mounts, proving that the deprivation of the means to preserve our true independence, freedom, and liberty has reached a point where the quality of our security has become alarmingly deficient, we are now forced to resort to the use of our residual powers as a remedy, to re-assert proper law, to nullify those laws that are harmful, to clearly lay down limits that public officials are not to violate, and to prevent installation of a military government or subjugation under international authority.  The promise of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness has no significance and exists in vain when we have been denied the means to support and defend it.

 

We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal and that they are equally endowed by their creator with certain unalienable rights.  Whenever a condition is sought wherein only the elected have access to the right to keep and bear arms, but the electorate is denied that right, therein is exhibited a design to return the people once again under absolute despotism.  It then becomes the duty of the people to throw off such pretended laws, and to instill proper laws and directives for their present and future security.

 

Whenever our most valuable laws have been abused, reversed, or abolished, and the concept and form of our government has been fundamentally and gravely altered by those who were assigned to be its guardians, they then become its oppressors, and the people are naturally forced into taking a position of justifiable resistance. Resistance of this kind is legitimate self-defense. Whenever government officials become so corrupt that they no longer adhere to their oath to defend the Constitutional system, and no longer stay within the bounds of limited authority, but selfishly seek their own private ends, and work toward the destruction of the system itself, a resistance to that sort of governmental administration is therefore, not an act of aggression involving defiance of law and order, nor disrespect for or rejection of delegated authority, but an act of self-defense against despotism.  Unjust laws are not true laws.  Repeated appeals and peaceful attempts to halt these transgressions and to return our administrations back under Constitutional principles have been rebuffed and are now exhausted.  Having been paid no heed except with only repeated injury, our efforts must now turn to the employment of our residual powers.

 

Therefore, in order to prevent further misconstruction and abuse of the linchpin of the people’s constitutional authority, freedom and independence, liberty and security; to re-establish the distinct separation between arms used by criminals for assault purposes and those used by decent law-abiding citizens for various essential purposes of individual and collective defense; and to halt the advance of tyrannical efforts that seek to overthrow the Constitution of the United States and to institute martial law and martial rule under a globalized government system, the residual power and inherent authority of the people, as of necessity, is herein exercised and applied to protect against the evils that have overtaken us.

 

By this Declaration we re-affirm and restore the essential right of the people to keep and bear arms, individually and collectively, as an unalienable, inherent, and natural right, acknowledged in the common law, confirmed by the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America, and secured by an Act for the Admission of each State into the Union.  The purpose of this Declaration is to clarify and enforce the proper view and usage of the right to arms of law-abiding people. The full and necessary exercise, affiliated activity, and benefits of this right are herein reaffirmed, guaranteed, and protected by this Declaration from all infringements whatsoever.  This Declaration does not apply nor extend to convicted violent felons, nor to any individual who has been adjudicated by a court of competent jurisdiction to be a danger to others as a result of mental disorder or mental illness.

 

In order to alleviate the current crisis, to negate past and prevent future misconstruction of the right to arms, to clarify and to conform to the original definitions in use at the time the Second Amendment was drafted, this right henceforth shall be interpreted so as to coincide and adhere to the reasoning and discourses made in behalf of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States of America by the nation’s founders who authored or otherwise contributed to the formation of that amendment, including those who envisioned the concept that the strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government.

 

One of the nation’s founders, foresaw and addressed the fearful possibility that the newly established federal government could eventually draw all power unto itself, turn the republic into one consolidated tyrannical government, and destroy the rights and liberty of the people.  Another left warnings against making damaging alterations in the system, the like of which have already been made, that could change the form of government from one with limited powers to one without any limits; and yet another left a powerful statement saying that tyranny was the reason that all of the people of the nation must be armed.  No doubt existed at the time the Second Amendment was drafted and ratified that an absolute right was being secured within a non-repealable palladium: the Bill of Rights.  The objective was to withdraw the right to arms from the vicissitudes of political controversy, to place this right beyond the reach of public officials and majorities, and in so doing, to establish it as a legal principle to be supported by the state courts.

 

Therefore, no federal or state public official, whether elected or non-elected, nor any Legislature as a body, nor any other body attempting to affect our states or their subdivisions within, shall suppress the right of law-abiding people to carry arms concealed free from governmental interference; nor deny, curtail, prohibit, or infringe the right of the people to purchase, privately own and possess, inherit, advertise, sell, manufacture, lease, loan, transfer, or transport arms; or to use arms, ammunition, parts and accessories for purposes of the defense of person, family, home, property, liberty, safety and security of the States within the Union.  These restrictions shall also apply to the sporting use of firearms.

 

Nor shall public officials be allowed to tax the right of the people to keep and bear arms; or to enact, or participate in the execution of, any law which in any style, form, or manner constitutes the registration of the people’s firearms or ammunition; or to promote a reduction or a restriction in the quality, quantity, sale, or availability of arms, ammunition, parts, components, or related accessories; or to require the licensing or fingerprinting of law-abiding individuals purchasing arms; or to limit, prohibit, or regulate capacity, design, or use of magazines or ammunition feeding devices;  or  to promote diminishment  of  efficiency by  requiring alterations in  parts  or the forced application of devices; or to enact laws to modify and render inoperative, arms held as curios or collector’s items; or to deny benefits and exercise of any future technological advancements of arms, their parts, or components, or related accessories; or to take any action to promote, or to engage in, the confiscation of firearms or ammunition, or to require or force the law-abiding people to surrender or store temporarily or permanently their arms, parts, accessories, or ammunition in a location not acceptable or compatible to their choice and/or needs and responsibilities.

 

The right of the people to keep and bear arms includes weapons of defense, those that are well-suited to fend off invasion from without and sedition from within.  Historically and inherently, the right of the people to arms is an absolute right, and it shall not be subjected to infringement, invalidation, revocation, or subjugation.  This right is beyond dispute and is necessary for the preservation of the Constitution of the United States and those of the individual states.

 

No provision of the Constitution of any state or of the federal Constitution may be suspended to allow a State to be placed under the operation of a military government, martial law or martial rule, as a result of, but not limited to, an inference, ordinance, state or federal legislation or law, resolution, proclamation, edict, executive order, presidential decision directive, or any other such contrary act emanating from any source whatsoever, including commissions, regional levels or international levels of government; foreign source, foreign commander or troops, or international body; or from any other organization, group, commission, or self-appointed authority of any kind whatsoever seeking to militarize the government.  The state and federal constitutional structures of government are adequate to provide solutions during any emergency or exigency of government.

 

These restraints shall apply to, but are not limited to, any other pursuit that seeks to disarm the people by acts, agreements or any other type of arrangement made under a purported treaty or international agreement and/or enabling legislation related thereto, and includes all enactments, agreements, or any other type of arrangement made for domestic or foreign police, or foreign troops, to confiscate or diminish the right of the people within the United States to arms, with or without installation of a military government, or martial rule or martial law.

 

The circumstances that have forced the people to resort to the use of their residual powers and to issue this Declaration are mainly caused by federal laws passed under Title 22, Section 2551 et al, of the United States Codes, known as Public Law 87-297 and Public Law 101-216, among others, which call for general and complete disarmament of the United States, including the transference of the entire armed forces of the United States to the control of communist commanders under the United Nations on a permanent basis, and which allow a global totalitarian government to dominate the altered American states under a militarized world system.  These laws, which also include a prohibition of the right of the law-abiding people to keep and bear arms, have never received the ‘consent of the governed’.  It is the duty of the people and the states to initiate an action to stop the federal government from finalizing these treasonous objectives.

 

All existing laws within a state or its subdivisions, or laws of the federal government, its regional or international arrangements or agreements, or those from any other source whatsoever, that are inconsistent with this Declaration are hereby invalidated, revoked, rescinded, and repealed. The provisions within this Declaration are self-executing.

 

By virtue of the Sixteenth Jurisprudence, Second Section §177, the restraints in this Declaration are sustained and vested with the authority to supersede any statute or action from any source that is contrary to the right of the people to keep and bear arms, or to be free from the militarization of government.  The Sixteenth Jurisprudence, Second Section §177 states in essence:

 

Although it may have the form and name of law, if there be a violation of any of the Constitutional principles or provisions, such law shall be declared to be wholly void, and ineffective for any purpose, and be as inoperative as if such had never been passed.  Such a statute or action imposes no duties, confers no rights, creates no office, bestows no power or authority on anyone; affords no protection, justifies no acts performed under it.  No one is bound to obey any such an unconstitutional statute or action, and no court is bound to enforce it. A void act cannot be legally consistent with a valid one.  Its unconstitutionality dates from the time of its enactment, and not merely from the date of the decision so branding it.

 

This Declaration is in support of the text of the original Constitution of the United States of America, the intent and purposes of the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights, and it sustains that which is already fundamental principles of American law.  The right of all law-abiding individuals to participate as members of the enrolled militia of the whole people for the protection and security of the state in which they reside, and to fulfill their respective responsibility toward the enforcement and preservation of their state and federal Constitutions, and the American Union, is herein re­affirmed and restored in accordance with the original intent and purpose that caused the drafting of the Second Amendment.

 

If the Second Amendment continues to be improperly interpreted, or insufficiently defended, the people will have no firearms, no rights, no authority, no liberty, and no Constitution: the people would then have no power, and government officials would then have all power.

 

As God is our witness, and by virtue of the power He has vested in us, this Declaration is set forth as our authority to relieve the burden we carry as a result of the failure of our public officials to properly represent us, and to assist in the correct application of the Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights.  The value of a Constitution is no greater than the energy put forth by its people to support it.  By setting forth this American Declaration, we proclaim this action to be a necessity in order to make known a proper understanding of the fundamental needs we have within the Second Amendment.  We lift up our spirit in prayer that He will assist us and provide us with the strength we need as we struggle against the odds set against us by the pretenders, for He knows best that no nation ever can, nor ever did, retain its liberty, and receive His endowments once its arms were taken away from the people.  We ask His guidance as we attempt in this peaceful manner to restore and retain the principles of the Constitution of the United States, and to benefit from the security that is bestowed upon these states by the exercise of the principles within our rightful Constitution. As we support this American Declaration, we realize that there is no other course left open to us if we are to resist the forces pursuing militarized world dominance.  This we do, so that we may regain our Constitutional Republic for ourselves and our posterity.

 

Proclaimed by the Authority of the People!