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posted 14 February 2008 11:31 AM      Profile for rabbelious   Author's Homepage     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
Speculate/protest/demand freedom all you want, our masters WILL NOT AGREE until they are forced to.

The "rule of law" is a precisely defined law. It is the highest law of mankind, stated below:

“the suppression of forceful and fraudulent methods of goal seeking”

“all are treated equally by the law”. This means ALL, including king and judges

“absolute property rights”

This in turn is based on the fact that human behavior (the topic of law) is about goal seeking. In the seeking of any goal, there are only three possible methods: force, fraud and honest trade. Any transaction that is not an honest, mutually agreed trade will cause a self-defensive response (conflict) from the victim whose survival has been affected.

"The Rule of Law" is the glue that keeps all of mankind acting together in common interest, tied together by mutual dependence of trade, on an evolutionary path to excellence. Force and fraud creates conflict and destroys civilizations. Mankind is now on a devolutionary path to extinction because the co-operation once forced by "the rule of law" has been replaced by legitimizing force and fraud for those who incorrectly believe they wield power.

Rule of Law, Defined:

Purpose of, Reasons For:

Mathematics of Rule (explains current economic stall):

A real world application:

Bill Ross
(Electronics Design Engineer)

From: Ottawa (financial black hole), Canada | Registered: Feb 2008  |  IP: Logged
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posted 14 February 2008 11:54 AM      Profile for M.Gregus     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post
I'm moving this to to the humanities & science forum.
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