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by William L. Benge

When the state claims rights to a person’s agency, it is an egregious offense against the commons – because first, it is untruthful and damages the informational commons; and second, the presumption doubles it’s trouble to create an even greater crime of staking a false claim on life-property (one’s means of agency); and third, stakes a claim upon agency itself.

When should this go unanswered?

From here, natural law insists on prosecution: doors get kicked in and guillotine blades get sharpened. Oh yeah.

Their presumption won’t be repeated anytime soon.

Funny how memory works like that.

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