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The Resister wrote:I've offered no definition of the word slavery.

Because you want to play it deuces wild:
Taxing a man's labor, however, IS a form of slavery.

See? Slavery is a legal and/or societal institution that enables certain people forcibly to compel certain other people to labor for the former's benefit on a more or less permanent basis. So taxing people's labor may be legalized robbery, but it is not slavery, as no one is thereby forcibly compelled to labor for another's benefit.
Rich wrote:the picture you posted was of Adolph Hitler, not the American Nazi party

George Lincoln Rockwell idolized Adolf Hitler. His American Nazi Party was a National Socialist party advocating Nazi doctrines.

William Dudley Pelley, leader of the Silver Legion of America - The Silver Shirts - differing only in his faux religious justification for a Final Solution, saw himself saving America as Hitler and his Brown Shirts saved Germany.

@Drlee ;

I agree also with @annatar1914 that some of this may blow up in their faces. Many of my enthusiastic far right friends are mellowing. Trump's participation in the Virginia is seemingly harming the Republican candidate.

All one has to do is visualize his ego, the response to winning of himself and his followers, were he to win election in 2024 AD. I have spent years now telling people about the threat of the near Anarchy that persons like the OP want to reign over America. Well, that's the secret, of the OP and pretty much Trump as well; they don't want to govern and administer, nor anyone else, they want to break down and destroy, so they can have what they regard as their ideological construct of ''Liberty''.
Truth To Power wrote:TL;DR First, run that puppy through a grammar checker. Jefferson you ain't.

If you didn't read it, you can't speak to the grammar therein. What stupidity! Nobody's trying to be Jefferson. Multiple people worked on the document. If it isn't worth reading, it isn't worth you commenting on unless you're just trying to be a smart ass. And that ain't necessary. Rights going to Hell and we need grammar nazis.
The Resister wrote:If you didn't read it, you can't speak to the grammar therein.

I started reading it, and the grammar was so twisted, I knew it would be too much trouble trying to figure out what it meant.
What stupidity!

How true...
Nobody's trying to be Jefferson.

Or clear....
Multiple people worked on the document.

Were any of them native English speakers?
If it isn't worth reading, it isn't worth you commenting on unless you're just trying to be a smart ass.

Some people here might not know why your document is so hard for them to understand. I thought it would be considerate to let them know it wasn't necessarily their fault.
And that ain't necessary. Rights going to Hell and we need grammar nazis.

We need clarity, which your proclamation lacks. People not being clear even about what rights are (e.g., your charter) could be a major reason they are going to hell.
The Charter and Proclamation of the Rights of Man is doing really well going in to 2022. U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene (R. GA.) introduced H.R. 3960 in the U.S. House (that bill was written by the usresisters) and usresisters has a website going along with plans for a podcast and upcoming videos. Printed material is on its way as well. Liberty Lobby has signed on to work with usresisters. I wanted to update you on this board. Thank you for allowing me to post the Charter.
Marjorie Taylor Greene?

There is a champion for your cause. The fine congresswoman who said this of 9/11:

“It’s odd, there’s never any evidence shown for a plane in the Pentagon.”

And maybe you can get her to pose with Ku Klux Klan leader Charles Dole for your website.
The Resister wrote:Marjorie Taylor Greene

This Marjorie Taylor Greene?

A member of the Republican Party and a strong supporter of former president Donald Trump, she was elected to Congress in 2020 following the retirement of Republican incumbent Tom Graves.

Greene has promoted far-right, white supremacist, and antisemitic conspiracy theories including the white genocide conspiracy theory,[6][7] QAnon, and Pizzagate,[8][9] as well as other disproven conspiracy theories such as false flag mass shootings, the Clinton body count, and multiple relating to 9/11.[10][11] Before running for Congress, she advocated for executing prominent Democratic politicians.[12] As a Congresswoman, she equated the Democratic Party with Nazis[13][14] and compared COVID-19 safety measures to the persecution of Jews during the Holocaust.[15] She apologized for the latter comparison.[16] In January 2022, Greene's personal Twitter account was permanently suspended for posting COVID-19 vaccine misinformation.[17]

A supporter of Trump's efforts to overturn his loss to Joe Biden in the 2020 presidential election, Greene has repeatedly and falsely claimed that Trump won the election in a landslide victory that was stolen from him.[18] She called for Georgia's election results to be decertified[19] and was among a group of Republican legislators who unsuccessfully challenged votes for Biden during the Electoral College vote count, even though federal agencies and courts overseeing the election found no evidence of electoral fraud.[20] Greene filed articles of impeachment against Biden the day after his inauguration, alleging abuse of power.[21][22]

The House of Representatives voted to remove Greene from all committee roles on February 4, 2021, in response to her incendiary statements and endorsements of political violence. Eleven Republicans joined the unanimous Democrats in the vote.[23][24] Greene is running for reelection in 2022.

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