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Unalienable: Non Changeable, Non Transferable, Cannot be given up except by the person who posses it. (Blacks Law Dictionary) (Bouvier's Dictionary)

Sovereign: that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed,   (Declaration of Independence)  Vested in Supreme Authority, King Like. (Blacks Law Dictionary )

Creator: Endowed by the Creator with certain Unalienable Rights. (Declaration of Independence & Bill of Rights)

No Law Can Contradict Our Rights:   Endowed by the Creator: (Declaration of Independence) not man therefore superior to mans law, Article 6 of the Constitution says All laws must be in pursuance there of and all Judges and Legislators must be bound by it. The Constitution is the Supreme law of the land. (Constitution)

Republic: Originates from  the Creator not man:: not a democracy rule by majority but by Rights: Change requires ratification  not majority: or mob rule: system Common Law  superior not statues: A form of Constitutional Government that is a three vote system rigid in its core structure requiring ratification of three quarters of the States to make a change. Whereas a Democracy can change base on Congressional vote

The Order of Constitution Defenders, "www.constitutiondefenders.com: An Assembly of  individuals to promote a Constitutional, based Sovereign society and Government as defined in the year 1776-1778

 

 

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