Unalienable Rights are the inherent, sovereign, and natural rights that existed before the creation of man-made laws. These rights can never be taken away, diminished, or altered except by Due Process of Law. Nor can any Unalienable Right be fundamentally removed  or waived by contract, whether by non-disclosure, which is fraud and unenforceable in Law, or knowingly by sufferance, which is contrary to the Spirit of Law and prejudicial to Sovereignty. Unalienable rights supersede all government laws.

The Original Permanent Unalienable Rights of every living man or woman include:

The right to life, freedom, health and happiness.

The right to contract or not contract, which is unlimited.

The right to income, to being compensated in a fair exchange for one’s work.

The right to travel in the ordinary course of one’s life and business.

The right to privacy and confidentiality, free from unwarranted invasion.

The right to own and hold property, lawfully, without trespass.

The right to self-defense when threatened with harm, loss or deceit.

The right to due process of Law, with notice and opportunity to defend.

The right to be presumed innocent, suffering no detention or arrest, nor search and seizure without reasonable cause.

The right to remain silent when accused, to avoid self-incrimination.

The right to equality in the eyes of the law, and equal representation.

The right to trial by jury, being an impartial panel of one’s peers.

The right to appeal in law, against conviction or sentence or both.

The right to expose knowledge necessary to one’s rights & freedoms.

The right to peaceful association, assembly, expression and protest.

The right to practice a religion, to have spiritual beliefs of one’s choosing.

The right to love, and to consensual marriage with children, as a family.

The right to security from abuse, persecution, tyranny and war.

The right to refuse to kill under command, by reason of conscience.

The right to live in peace and be left alone when law-abiding.

The right to think for oneself.


Source: David Straight