Our slave masters try to give it validity by referring to it as the “Social Contract.” Their “reasoning” goes something like this: Just because you were born among us, just because you speak our language, just because you are a part of our culture, etc. somehow you “owe us.” In fact, you “owe” us everything you own up to and including your very life itself.
The problem with this social contract is that they won’t put it in writing. The reason they won’t put it into writing is that nobody would ever sign it.
Yours for freedom in our lifetimes. Think secession!
A timeless principle in contract law is that the contract is not valid until the contract is signed by all parties and delivered to the parties, or the representative of any signatory party… The US Constitution was not signed by anyone or anyone’s legal representative. It was not delivered to anyone or their representative. No one in the USA, either alive or dead, has ever signed the Constitution as a legal contract between parties. So how could it be a legal document with binding authority or validity?
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