Sovereignty

Sovereignty is the quality of having an independent authority over a geographic area, such as a territory. It can be found in a power to rule and make laws that rests on a political fact for which no pure legal definition can be provided. In theoretical terms, the idea of "sovereignty", historically, from Socrates Thomas Hobbes, has always necessitated a moral imperative on the entity exercising it.

For centuries past, the idea that a state could be sovereign was always connected to its ability to guarantee the best interests of its own citizens. Thus, if a state could not act in the best interests of its own citizens, it could not be thought of as a “sovereign” state

Are You a Enabler of the Fed?

"If we continue to believe that we need government as a necessary evil then we are willing to accept an imperfect one. Whether its out of self-interest, or fear consequences of disobedience we create the very thing that runs counter to our well being. The world cannot continue to function as a perpetrator of violence and us as its enablers. Corrupt power has a way of running its course before our time is up like it did in Nazi Germany. There were many people that said, "It is not our time", or "We must follow along so that we can survive" all the while they were being taken to the death camps, refusing to believe that such a thing could even be possible. When it was too late, 11 million people were executed. For whoever thinks that correcting injustice exists for another generation, must know that the time to stop injustice is now before it becomes to overwhelming to deal with.

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