February 10, 2009
And so it begins
New Hampshire Re-affirms States' Rights
It is a long bill filled with legalese, but I encourage everyone to take the time to read it. In short, the State of New Hampshire has put forth a resolution to it's State Assembly that the current Federal Government of the United States of America is so completely in violation of the Constitution of the United States that it should be considered null and void.
Yes, it's true. The states individually still possess the right to declare the Federal Government illegal, dysfunctional, and not worthy of either compliance or recognition. This resolution goes way beyond a statement of secession such as those sponsored by the southern states prior to the American Civil War. Articles of secession simply removed the individual state from the union without declaring the union itself illegal (with a couple of exceptions). If this resolution is accepted, then the State of New Hampshire has done far more than simply withdraw from the United States of America. Rather, it will have set forth that regardless of how other states feel about it, to the State of New Hampshire there is no longer any Federal Government with the legal authority to rule!
Remember John Titor? If this resolution passes, and if enough states pass similar resolutions, then the rest of the world will have to choose between individual recognition of each State as a free and sovereign nation or recognition of the absolute, dictatorial power of the centralized Federal Government located in the District of Columbia.
I know that most people will not agree, and I also know that most people will not see the connection, but what HRC 0006 really contains is nothing less than the opening declaration of war against the establishment of a centralized global political power.
This is why, as I pointed out in my last post, the Second Amendment is so much more than just a casual support for hobbyists. The Second Amendment was created for one purpose and one purpose only: to give the people of the United States the legal authority to take up arms against an overbearing central government! Any attack on the people's right to keep and bear arms is not an effort to make America safer. Every single law sponsored and forced into effect by the Brady Campaign and their supporters, whether they realize it or not, is nothing less than treason against the people themselves because every law passed that restricts or limits the Second Amendment also restricts or limits the individual's right to self-preservation and self-determination.
It's not about making our streets safer. It's about keeping our people free.
Ah, it seems I'm a bit behind. Apparently 10 States, including the State of Washington, are asserting their sovereign rights. The Washington declaration is not anywhere near as radical as the one in New Hampshire. I have not found the others, so I am not certain if they follow the radical approach or the moderate, but spring is shaping up to be a very interesting season.
And the Federal Government fires back!:
States are not obligated to uphold the Second Amendment