Negative Rights v. Positive Rights

May 2018
East Coast Of U.S.A.
Contrary to popular belief touchy-feely freakazoids do not own the moral high ground

Be guided by my rule: Never give U.N. charity hustlers an opportunity to claim the moral high ground. Alas, the touchy-feely freaks will surely reassert their claim on this one:

President Donald Trump will not discuss North Korea’s human rights violations with Kim Jong Un at their summit on Tuesday, two administration officials told NBC News.​

Put this one in the “No-Kidding File”

Former Obama administration officials disagreed with the idea that a deal couldn’t be made without first addressing the country’s human rights violations and said that it is smart to pursue the issue after reaching an agreement.​

Trump, Kim Won't Discuss North Korean Human Rights Violations at Summit: Report
KELCEY CAULDER | JUN 11, 2018 | 11:38 AM

Freakazoids know all about human Rights that must be paid for with tax dollars, but they know nothing about the Rights in our original Bill of Rights. (Not a one of those Rights requires tax dollars.)

See this thread for more details about property Rights:

More to the point touchy-feely do-gooders know nothing about the Right that made Americans and this country great. PROPERTY RIGHTS.

Possession is still 9/10ths of the law. That is too profound for Communist freaks to grasp so I will try to make it easy for them

Communism’s curse is that Communist freaks are demanding that poverty-stricken people the world over turn to Communism without expecting property Rights in return. I would say it is like putting the cart before the horse except that Communists do not have the cart or the horse.

Speaking about Rights, our own clever little Communist freak had to doublespeak negative and positive Rights because he knew that there are no negative property Rights in the U.S. Constitution:

Now listen to Judge Napolitano get it right:


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NOTE: North Korea is already a Communist country; so U.N. charity hustlers are halfway home. They do not want North Korea to abandon Communism, they simply want American taxpayers to pay for the U.N.’s positive Rights.

Finally, America Communists who demand the Right to demonstrate almost always demonstrate against property Rights in one form or another, only they are too stupid to know that their Right to demonstrate will vanish along with their own property Rights.
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Dec 2016
translated from the original quote in French:

The law, in its majestic equality, forbids the rich as well as the poor to sleep under bridges, to beg in the streets, and to steal bread.
Anatole France

So much for "negative" rights!
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May 2018
East Coast Of U.S.A.
Freakazoids know all about human Rights that must be paid for with tax dollars, but they know nothing about the Rights in our original Bill of Rights. (Not a one of those Rights requires tax dollars.)
Freakazoids must abolish Tax Payer Rights in order to pay for the ‘unconstitutional’ Rights they invent:

We now live in an era of manufactured rights: illegal alien rights, universal free healthcare rights, free college education rights, LBGTQ rights, right to choose rights, and a list of other rights only limited by one’s imagination. All of these so called rights come with a cost of implementation that must also be continually funded year after year. These alleged rights, for which someone else has to bear the financial burden, are another form of tyranny.​
According to our Declaration of Independence, rights are endowed by our Creator and are equal​
According to our Declaration of Independence, rights are endowed by our Creator and are equal, but definitively, a right is not a right if someone else has to pay for it! Although taxpayer rights are not endowed by our Creator, they are endorsed by our Constitution. It is long past time for us to hold our politicians accountable by telling them they must respect taxpayers’ rights or face the political consequences.​
The idea that some people must pay for the benefits of others is foreign to our nation’s founding. This lethally flawed idea, instead, evolved out of the blood filled French Revolution to become solidified in the doctrines of Karl Marx and then forced upon our nation in the twentieth century. Conversely, the US Constitution declares1 that Congress only has the power to lay and collect taxes to provide for the common defense and promote the general welfare of the United States.2 The Constitution does not authorize any other type of spending and all of the post-ceding clauses, which come after common defense and general welfare, only clarify what common defense and general welfare mean.​
It is from the common defense and general welfare clause that taxpayers derive their right not to pay for benefits, or alleged rights, that they do not receive. This basic concept is embedded in the definition of the words “common defense” and “general welfare”. The words “common” and “general” tell the story in their similar context. “Common” means: pertaining or belonging equally to the entire nation; and “general” means: common to most. Together, these two words convey the idea that if the benefit for congressionally authorized expenditures is not common to the entire nation, or at least common to most, it is unconstitutional spending for which our elected officials have no authorization.​
Common Defense and General Welfare
American taxpayers should not have to bear the burden for someone else’s benefit. Why should American taxpayers have to pay for people who decide that they are going to transgress American immigration law by illegally crossing our borders, or for students to receive a “free” college education, or for anyone to receive anything for which they do not work to obtain? These are all paving stones on the road to national bankruptcy, along with a myriad of policies and programs, funded by our national government, for which the benefits are neither common nor general, but instead are individual and specific.​
Ethically and constitutionally, we, the taxpayers of the United States, should only have to pay for policies and programs that provide for the common defense and promote the general welfare. To do otherwise is congressional theft! Demand your taxpayer rights! Vote for political candidates who will not give your money away, and then hold them​
Article I, Section 8, Clause 1.​
Matt Shipley, Who is General Welfare, Who is General Welfare, accessed September 22, 2018​

Tax Payer Rights​
By Matt Shipley​
October 11, 2018​

Who is General Welfare? - American Founding Principles
Nov 2012
Lebanon, TN
Negative rights tells the Government what it CANNOT DO TO YOU

postitive rights are rights that tells the government what IT CAN DO TO YOU

(According to BH Obama)
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