Originally Posted by Angela
I haven't read the Constitution with an eye out for that. Is there anything in there that guarantees Americans dominion over our own body?
The Tenth Amendment spikes out the fact that the Constitution limits the federal government to the powers only granted in the Constitution. Congress is given powers to coin money, create an army. navy and such stuff.. Nothing about our bodies. Laws are fiction.
As a "natural person" most laws don't apply to us. The problem is we make ourselves, legally, into artificial people by the way of contracts and redefinition of words in our laws. I couldn't find any good USA based links about it. If you google there's lots from Canada.
- you are not a person
- you are a human being who has a person
- a person is a legal entity they use to make you act and obey their statutes which are not enforcable if you declare your freeman-of-the-land-status
- under common law statutes apply to persons not to you
- (A ‘statute’ is defined as ‘a legislated rule of society given the force of law.’)
- things you think of as laws are in fact statutes and have no power over you unless you give them power over you
So, I am a free person, and I want to hide that from myself, so I make a fictitious self to enslave me and pretend I'm not free. How's that for a reflection of the current state of consciousness. Wow.