There are Nine Principles of Freedom, all of which were covered in the Bill of Rights as the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution, without which there never would have been ratification. This is how dear these rights are. The fact that there is a fundamental misunderstanding of the definition of a right is purely due to the convenient and purposeful disregard by lawmakers.
An individual right, the one thing worth defending with one’s life, is a constitutional principle, but not only that, it is an individual responsibility to convey whole and undamaged to future generations. As a people, we have forgotten that we are mere caretakers of these rights, they do not belong to us to use or discard as we find politically pleasing. It was a promise from our founding fathers and maintained all the way until the communist coup against them.
The pandemic revealed the depths to which we have succumbed to governmental authority. The stolen election revealed the extent to which legality, crimes and punishment have been abolished for those holding Marxist views. The riots in the streets of Minneapolis, Portland, Seattle and other cities ignored by mayors and police alike revealed the grip Marxist ideology prevails among elected officials. Not just there, but all across the nation where police and the courts were used to punish those who stood up for their rights. This is visible now where those speaking out against Critical Race Theory (CRT) are arrested for holding an unlawful assembly. This took place at a school board meeting.