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Thursday, January 21, 2016


 This Is a ongoing series of Letters,Essays,and Opinions that you my Patriotic friends want to share with your friends and countrymen .This is your Last Stand my friends.

Where freedom of speech is not stifled,
Freedom of Speech is Celebrated, not 
Condemned !!!

What is a true and genuine American Patriot; what are the components?

"I believe that a very important component is holding onto the values that have been passed onto us by the patriots that have gone before us. Some of those values are faith, family, freedom, sanctity of life from conception to natural death with the inherent dignity and value of every human being being acknowledged and respected, hard work and earning a place/position in society, helping our neighbors, personally supporting those in real need and living out all these values out in our daily lives. 

An American patriot would deeply love our country and faithfully participate in the political process, which requires study to become knowledgeable and well-informed to make the best choices that conform to our constitutional boundaries. Holding to the standards established by the Declaration and Constitution is a really important part of it because our identity as a people and nation ...was formed and developed from them. All of our American values were birthed from our Biblical foundation which permeated all aspects of society from the education and the arts to law and government, reaching from the lowest economic places to the highest levels of achievement and everything in between.

 It was the air we all breathed and it made this country so different from all other places and it bound us together as a people. We might be rich, we might be poor, but achievement in any area of life by anyone was celebrated and served to show others that it could be done. We were unashamed to have heroes, to read about them, tell their stories, and learn from their lives. And for many years so many patriots were birthed out of this American soil, decent, strong, brave and true patriots who sacrificially served out of love and duty."
We're all grateful for the patriots we've been privileged to know.


This is correspondence is about our : Daily Bites of the Constitution :11


I believe that it is very important for me to address an issue which was brought to my attention just yesterday by a dear friend of mine...Concerning which holds legitimacy as a natural entity or statues..Freedom or Liberty?...The following is a copy of her initial question concerning this matter;

''There is no concept of "natural freedom." But there is the concept of "Natural Liberty."
"2. Natural liberty, consists in the power of acting as one thinks fit, without any restraint or control, except from the laws of nature. It is a state of exemption from the control of others, and from positive laws and the institutions of social life. This liberty is abridged by the establishment of government."
Liberty contains within its concept its own limitations. Freedom does not.~''

My initial response: Darius Radmanesh
-My answer:

''The manifestation of true Liberty can only be possible....When a society is free from any level of Civic or ( State enforced bureaucracies )....In any such society..It is upon such a time we have true freedom...Ultimately freedom..True freedom and not state sanctioned freedom is mans unalienable natural right...Meaning that..It is the most fundamental component of mans natural being....In fact....natural freedom is legitimate and not natural liberty....For if we look upon nature...We will find that amongst every animal and beast in the wild...Upon their birth they are born free in nature and not born in Liberty...Freedom constitutes the very natural essence of all animals and mammals etc....Not Liberty...Effectively... Liberty..Is by essence the by product or natural consequence of the complete existence of freedom...Freedom comes first and then Liberty...After all...What use of Liberty...If one is not free to exercise ones Liberties?.''

Her second question: Jean-Jacques Rousseau

''Now, I looked at it differently, but yet follow the same thoughts as to looking toward nature. I study animals, how different animals protect their young, the relationship with the female and the male. But, with humans, there is a consciousness about right and wrong that animals do not have. So, when the question was posed to me, what is the difference between liberty and freedom, i gave some thought to it, and believe that one must take the liberty, it cannot be endowed to an individual from some other entity, for without liberty there is no freedom. Why is the word "Liberty" in the Declaration of Independence, and not the word freedom?''

The following is a copy of my reply to her question concerning the issue at hand:

-My response 
Darius Radmanesh

The reason for the term freedom not being used in our nations Declaration of independence...Is that...The movement in question was never meant to be a movement for the freedom of the people free from subordination to the state, which would have automatically resulted in the people to have the liberty to live their lives as they so deem fit and thus choose..But rather it was a movement so to once and for all consolidate and thus legitimise the rule of the state over the people indefinitely...and the only way that any such endeavour could have been possible..Would be for the people to acknowledge and therefore accept the legitimacy of the states authority or to grant their consent to this effect...Under the previous Monarchical rule there was no such prospect...For the simple fact that..A Monarchy is a hereditary institution and thus its authority is not subject to the recognition or consent of the people..Therefore...Any such form of Government always faces the very real possibility of decent and revolt by the people...

Therefore...In order for the state to consolidate and legitimize its authority and power within society...It would have to obtain the majority approval or consent of the people to its rule or its authority...Thus by doing so rendering the people for all time unable to oppose the authority of the state at will....This was a subversive and to that same effect a ingenious lie or deception formulated by Roussue and which our founders very cleverly utilised so to consolidate their authority and power of the American people...Hence they only made reference to the term '' Liberty '' or Civic Liberty and not freedom...The term Liberty or in this case ( Civic or civil Liberty ) originated from the term ( The Charter of Liberties ), also called the Coronation Charter, was a written proclamation by Henry I of England, issued upon his accession to the throne in 1100...Meaning that...It reflected upon certain rights or more pungently ( Privileges ) acknowledged, sanctioned and granted the people by the Monarchy ( State )

Now what is the definition of a Charter? please refer to the following..Emphases added:

'' A charter is the grant of authority or rights, stating that the granter formally recognizes the prerogative of the recipient to exercise the rights ( specified ). It is implicit that the ( granter ) or ( The state ) retains superiority (or sovereignty), and that the recipient ( The people ) admits a ( limited ) or ( inferior) status within the relationship, and it is within that sense that charters were historically granted, and that sense is retained in modern usage of the term. ''

Thus, our nations Declaration of independence and also our nations founding document we rein fact in their entirety ( Charters ) of rights or state sanctioned ( Privileges ) granted to the people...You see Jo...Once the rights of a people have been declared by the state authority....Such rights are no longer rights at all but rather they become state acknowledged and thus granted ( Privileges )...Therefore, for ones Liberties to be dictated, pre-established or be predetermined by the state, upon such a time those Liberties are no longer Liberties but are rather privileges...Hence why the term '' Freedom '' was not used..because if the freedom of a people are officially recognised and declared..Then the power, statues and the predetermined privileges as dictated in the deceleration of independence (state declaration) or ( state granted Charter ) no longer applies and thus no longer holds any level of legitimacy or authority over the people, and thus it relinquishes its sovereignty ( State sovereignty ) over the public...Dear Jo, here a few months back I drafted an article concerning our nations Constitution and its true intent which I feel is highly relevant with the topic at hand....I say this because..As I have already pointed out...Our nations Constitution is also a state sanctioned or granted charter, put forth so to legitimise and thus consolidate its authority over the people...Please refer to the following definition of a Constitution as described in the Legal Dictionary:

'' A legislative ( charter ) by which a government or group derives its authority to act. ''

As you can see Jo...Even our nations founding document is in fact by essence also a ( State sanctioned charter of rights ) or ( State sanctioned privileges ).

Copy of my drafted document on the true subversive intent of the U.S Constitution.


For those who believe that...That system which provided the model of which our founders had build our republican form of Government was the Roman Republic...I offer the following...... True source which had influenced and thus provided our founding fathers with a model so to establish our Republican form of Government contrary to the common belief , was not the Roman Republic..But rather it was almost exclusively based on both the Machiavellian and Rousseau models of Civic Republicanism the definition of which is best described in the British Encyclopedia:

'' Civic republicanism, tradition of political thought that stresses the interconnection of individual freedom and civic participation with the promotion of the common good. ''

Thus the core emphases is not on upholding the unalienable rights of the individual or the private citizen independently. But rather focuses exclusively upon the collective interests and rights of the community for the common good of all. Meaning that, the individual is to sacrifice his or her interests and rights for the better or greater common good of everyone within society. Tus it is important to note that, the principle of common good or collective good is effectively the very foundation of all totalitarian and suppressive state systems. Systems Such as Socialism, Marxism and even Anarchism etc. Please refer to the following quotation made by Karl Marx to this effect:

'' History calls those men the greatest who have ennobled themselves by working for the common good; experience acclaims as happiest the man who has made the greatest number of people happy. ''
Marx, Letter to His Father (1837)

Therefore, any ideology or doctrine which in any way shape or form champions the cause of restricting or even abolishing the right of the individual for the better or greater good of the community or society collectively, Is by essence the very embodiment of all that is totalitarian and suppressive. Now a point I think is very important to mention is this. That the United states Constitution is by definition like that of Rousseau's ( Social Contract ) which was also the blueprint for Americas Constitution , and is thus the very symbol of collective subordination of the people to the state, meaning that. It reflects upon a set of predetermined or predesignated laws, rules and even rights, that are enforced by the state, which the ( collective ) citizen body are bound and thus expected to abide by. In such a case the mentioned rights are not rights at all, but rather they are privileges, sanctioned, predetermined and thus bestowed upon the people by the Governing body ( The state ). Effectively as I have pointed out, the fundamental aspects of this document are a clear reflection upon both Machiavellian and Roussuein doctrine concerning the abolishing of the rights of the individual for the better, collective or common good of the community as a whole. Notice in the following quotation by Hamilton addressing the true purpose of Government, the most significant being the first segment of the quotation which has been outlined where he clearly makes reference to the irrelevancy of the individual or as he states ( One man ). Then goes on to say that, Government should be dependent purely upon the consent of the people . Which is of course refering to the collective consent of the people...

“ Government is instituted for the common good ; for the protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness of the people; and not for profit, honor, or private interest of any ( one man), family, or class of men; therefore, the people alone have an incontestable, unalienable, and indefeasible right to institute government; and to reform, alter, or totally change the same, when their protection, safety, prosperity, and happiness require it. The fabric of American empire ought to rest on the solid basis of THE CONSENT OF THE PEOPLE. The streams of national power ought to flow from that pure, original fountain of all legitimate authority.”
– Alexander Hamilton, Federalist No. 22, December 14, 1787

It is also very important to note that, the segment of his quote which makes reference to ( CONSENT OF THE PEOPLE ) This piece is in fact a subversive and covert language used by Hamilton which very clearly is an adaptation of Rousseau's view concerning the people relinquishing their rights as individuals to the state and thus because they have given their common ( CONSENT ) in favor of the state, therefore they effectively have relinquished their right to oppose the state at will, a point which 
Roussue had addressed in his document The Social Contract which was effectively the core and leading inspiration of the Republican system of Government put in to place by Americas founders Hamilton in particular. Also the drafting of America's current founding document the United States Constitution by both Hamilton and Madison. Please read the following to statement made by Rousseau himself to that effect:
'' Because people surrender themselves unconditionally, the individual has no rights that can stand in opposition to the state. ''
-Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Rouso then goes on to say:

'' Each individual must surrender himself unconditionally to the community as a whole.''

-Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Need I say more????....

Darius Radmanesh

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