The Law (Stirling Translation, 1874)

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I've said it before and I'll say it again, and I'll keep on saying it (and demonstrating it).

Correct law (social behavior) is based upon, built upon, can exist only for, the inherent freedom and inalienable rights of the individual, every individual, simultaneously, at once. When correct law is 'in force', all people can share fittingly in life and its natural abundance.

So anything else is an utter perversion of 'law'. No matter how much glitter (science and technology) accompanies it.

Hey everybody.

Ned Lud

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