Clint goes Solo again tonight, with a Call In Show!
Words for Today: “Appurtenant” being connected to something of a Superior Nature!
The People can never be Appurtenant to the People! Appurtenant things must be Different or of a Congruent Nature!
A Servitude is an Appurtenant!
Legal Word – Crafting Mark Twain once said, “The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug.” Law instructor and Sovereign, Gary DeMott, perhaps inspired by the above quote, liked to say, “The difference in describing a lightning bug and a lightning bolt is only a couple of letters, but you had better know the difference before you go out and try to catch one.”
In law, words have exact meanings, and the “use” of law revolves around how words are defined. Imagine if one letter was changed in a legal document with the intent to trick you? It is done all the time. One letter in law can be just as important as the difference between an M16 rifle and an F16 fighter plane. “We seldom try to understand the meaning of words, we just seem to mouth them and hold them dearly, but seldom attempt to investigate their substantive implications and precise meanings. How easily we are put to sleep by our eyes, even when we are awake” (Robert W. Wangrud).
Unalienable or Inalienable Rights?
Consider the word “Unalienable.” This word was used by Thomas Jefferson in the second sentence of the Declaration of Independence where he described certain rights:
“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.”
Unalienable rights are unique in that no one can lien them; they cannot be taken away or surrendered under any circumstance; they are un-a-lien-able.
It is no surprise that those who want to rule over us had to come up with a distraction from the concept of God-given unalienable rights.
When a victim in todays’ courtrooms makes any reference to their rights, judges are quick to ask, “Oh, are you referring to your inalienable rights?” By implying an interest in your welfare they hope to secure an agreement from you, and if you accept this counterfeit offering, you have just given away the farm.
Black’s 5th Law Dictionary informs us that inalienable rights “are not capable of being surrendered or transferred without the consent of the one possessing such rights”
This reveals that you can surrender, sell or transfer inalienable rights if you consent either actually or constructively. By falling for the trap of claiming inalienable rights rather than unalienable rights, you have, in essence, surrendered your rights, as these devils have a number of reasons to presume that you contracted these inalienable rights away long before you came near their courtroom.
We should be thankful for our unalienable rights, and exercise them when necessary. I believe that God is going to hold us accountable if we disregard them. Think of this the next time you hear someone talk about “going down to ‘request’ a concealed-carry permit.” Our enemies certainly like it when we ask their “permission” to exercise a God-given right we already have. This not only implies that “We the People” acknowledge their presumption of authority over us, but provides evidence that we in fact, consent to it.