Hillary Attacking “We the People”

Hillary told the world that because our Constitution grants us freedom of speech, our Constitution is indirectly to blame for the recent attacks on our embassies. If we just didn’t have that pesky Constitution that gives us our freedom and our rights the rest of the world would not hate us. This is a lie! The attacks on our embassies are not the result of a video that our freedom allowed one of our citizens to make. I believe her remarks and the continued narrative in the media blaming the video are the latest salvos in the war on America’s freedoms. They establish a false premise being used to justify taking your freedom.

The truth is that America’s freedom is not responsible for those or any other attacks. Put the blame where it belongs: on the individuals committing the acts. The only people responsible are the ones who chose to commit the acts.

This point is crucial for Americans as well as people the world over to understand: Just as they confused “health insurance” with “access to health care” during the obamacare debacle, liberal progressives – and our government is filled with them – are trying to confuse “rights” with “freedoms” to make you think they are the same, that they come from our Constitution, and can therefore be changed if the Constitution is changed.

This statement from Mrs. Clinton’s speech in Morocco is typical of the strategy: “…our country does have a long tradition of free expression which is enshrined in our Constitution and our law…” Did you catch the deception in that statement? Freedom of speech is not merely a “tradition” that “our law allows.” It is a basic human right applicable to all people, and all laws to the contrary cannot change that fact.

I would bet that even a large number of Americans accept the false premise that we have our right to free speech, and other rights, because of our Constitution. It is a lie. “Rights” and “freedoms” are not the same. Our Constitution does not grant us our rights, as Mrs. Clinton’s statement suggests. It was written to guarantee us freedom from oppressive government so we can exercise our basic rights.

We do not have the right to speak our minds because of our Constitution. We do not have the right to worship as we see fit, defend ourselves, keep the fruits of our labors, and not be imprisoned by our government without due process, because of our Constitution. NO. It is the other way around. We have our Constitution because every human being has these and other basic rights. Our Constitution guarantees us that our government will not infringe on our rights, so that we are free to exercise them.

Every person alive has rights. We have rights because we have life, not because we have a Constitution. The facts that we have life and live in a dangerous world necessitate the right – and I would argue even the obligation – to protect that life, and all our other rights logically and naturally descend from that. Without the freedom to exercise our rights, our rights are meaningless, and we become slaves. We become less than human. Our founders knew this, and wrote our Constitution to protect us from the tyranny of a government that would suppress our freedom and subsequently our rights, and destroy our humanity.

We have the Constitution because our founders knew that tyranny, the hunger for power, is insatiable, and they also knew that no man or group of men (ie government) has the right to exercise power over or interfere with the rights of others. That is what “unalienable” means: government cannot “alienate” you from your rights. While government can suppress them with force, and keep you from exercising them, you still have these rights and you cannot be separated from them.

People the world over need to know this truth – that no document, legislation, person, or government has the right to interfere with basic human rights. Every person in the world by virtue of being alive has the same rights. We need to reject the foundation of this false narrative prison being constructed by our own government personnel before they slam the door shut on our freedom.

Let me be clear: Our own government is trying to establish the false narrative that Americans get our rights from our Constitution. This is not only blatantly untrue, and a deliberate deception, but a huge threat to Americans and people everywhere. Next, we will hear outright that our freedom of speech is a threat to our national security. We are already hearing that the free exercise of the Christian religion constitutes hate crimes. Pretty soon, we will be told that all of our freedoms are a threat to the rest of the world and need to be curbed.

Any attempt to curb the freedom to exercise any basic right is tyranny. Do you have any doubt that tyrants will do whatever they have to, to win? Because all our rights come from the fact that we live, and because we are free to talk about our rights and to teach others about rights and freedom, we are a threat to all tyrants.

We need to expose this deception, this false narrative, and nip it in the bud, RIGHT NOW, before there is a movement RIGHT HERE IN THE US to abolish our freedom to exercise our basic individual human rights. The government may have power, but it is ultimately weak because it is based on deception.

Tyrannical, power-hungry progressives are using clever lies and subtle deception to try to eliminate freedom in the United States. If the United States is no longer free, there will be no freedom anywhere. The time to stop this is now, before it gains momentum. The way to stop this is to proclaim the truth. Deception cannot stand up to the truth. Please use the First Amendment that protects your FREEDOM to exercise your RIGHT to speak the truth, and decry this deception that would enslave the world.

-You Know I’m Right

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