“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
I know that sounds cool and all so the u.s. put the excerpt from the Declaration of Independence in its passport.
The u.s. likes to own the excerpt but then again does not find it cool enough to execute in the 21st century. That excerpt is the only mention of the Declaration of Independence in the passport. It is also the exact same excerpt that I have referenced over and over as being compromised.
Case In Point:
“In China, when citizens hold opinions that diverge from CCP dogma, the Party imprisons them in re-education camps. In the United States, in contrast, even amidst reckless rioting, we demonstrate our robust commitment to the rule of law, transparency, and unalienable human rights.” – Mike Pompeo, u.s. Secretary of State on 6/6/2020 when referring to china propaganda relating to George Floyd
That is six years to the day that two government entities, a prosecutor’s office and a sheriff’s department, knowingly violated my unalienable rights and constitutional rights then walked away. No person in a high-level position with the federal government can EVER claim that those rights are secured in the united states. That is a LIE.
FOR THE RECORD, I notified the people in charge around here TWICE that two of those rights the united states claims are protected were violated by those government entities, which the constitution specifically addresses resulting in constitutional violations.
The first time was on 5/18/2019. The united states told me they didn’t give a shit about those two unalienable rights or my constitutional rights on 10/7/2019.
I notified them for a SECOND time on 10/28/2019 that two of those unalienable rights were violated and my constitutional rights with EVIDENCE included in that notification. The united states told me they didn’t give a shit about those two unalienable rights or my constitutional rights for a SECOND time on 11/25/2019.
I have proved with my case as a perfect example that those unalienable rights are not secured in the united states. The united states CANNOT claim those rights are secured.
The next sentence after the excerpt starts with “–That to secure these rights…” and the document goes on from there. That clearly defines that the entire revolution is based upon securing the most basic rights of human beings.
The Declaration of Independence is the most important document in the history of the united states and that excerpt is what the constitution is designed to protect. Those are not rights given by the united states and the united states acknowledges that. The #1 duty of the united states government is to ensure those rights are protected.
Independence Day is a national holiday on the 4th of July every year celebrating the signing of the Declaration of Independence. The citizens do not go to work. Fireworks and grilling out are hallmarks of the celebration of declaring independence and achieving the goal.
It has been said that “the Declaration of Independence was the promise; the Constitution was the fulfillment.”
Citizens do not get the day off from work to celebrate the ratification of the constitution. There are no fireworks. The constitution, and subsequently the Bill of Rights, is fulfilling the promise which was already going to happen if independence was achieved. Simply put, the constitution was business.
The united states has failed, and continues to fail, to secure its citizens most basic of human rights which inevitably leads to consequences as this behavior is intolerable.