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Do we understand The 1st Amendment guarantees freedoms “redress of grievances?’

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The right to petition government for redress of grievances is the right to make a complaint to, or seek the assistance of, one's government, without fear of punishment or reprisals..

We, the people, are once again engaged in a great struggle trying to restrain the efforts of unjust, unauthorized, and unconstitutional leadership, which is attempting to force us to abandon our liberty and our 1789 Constitution and then be operated under a world government system.  We are obligated to defend our liberty ourselves, and to reverse the ill gains of those who have sought to destroy our nation’s Constitutional fabric, with all its benefits, limitations, and its rightful protections.  Former and present, once-trusted officials have dared to negate our natural unalienable rights which were endowed upon us by our righteous and divine Creator.   They have been gradually transferring us under a different form of government, which is not with our consent, nor to our liking.  Two completely different governmental systems, total opposites, now occupy the United States. One is our true and rightful system, and the other is a parallel government which was designed to eliminate the great charters instituted by our nation’s founders.  The goal behind this subversion is to deny us the use of liberties, principles and safeguards that were won on our behalf in the Revolutionary War.  

Before entering on so grave a matter as the destruction of our national fabric, with all its memories, its benefits, its hopes, would it not be wise to ascertain WHY we do it?  ….Abraham Lincoln

 

 

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