December 1, 2015 - Born Equal, And After That?

The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights, Article 1:

"All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights.” (emphasis mine)

Interestingly, I couldn’t find any statements similar to this in any Canadian documents on human rights. Why are they missing? 

The Human Rights Monument in Ottawa does carry the words.

The Liberal Party website states:

“It is important that we recall and reaffirm its founding principles that ‘all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights;’ ‘that the equal and inalienable rights of all members of the human family are the foundation of freedom, justice and peace in the world;’ and ‘that human rights are universal, interdependent and indivisible.’" (emphasis mine)

In any case, Canada and the provinces are signitories to the United Nations documents, therefor Article 1 is binding on those people who comprise those corporate entities.

So, we are all recognized as being “born…equal in...rights.” That being true, how does anyone or anything get unequal by having authority over us? 

Today we of the human family find ourselves “under” the authority of too many of our “equals”—other human-beings and/or legal entities such as corporations. If we are not clear as to how that came about then we were defrauded.

How do we suddenly find ourselves “under” the authority of a judge, a “peace” officer, a teacher, a conservation officer, every three letter agency, the city hall, etc. when we are equal in rights to the men and women that animate these entities?”

There is only three ways that can happen, by assumption due to our ignorance, when we knowingly consent and place ourselves under their authority such as an employment contract, or by force.

If you have no recollection of being asked to place yourself under someone’s authority, after full disclosure of the ramifications and consequences, then demand proof of consent because you may not have consented. 

You are assumed to be and/or forced to be someone’s or something’s slave.

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