St Louis, MO asked in Constitutional Law for Missouri

Q: why not argue that this acting subversive government is levying a war against the united states they commit 4 acts of

war enslavement invasion murder & looting in the political theater and they are to secure liberty for united states citizens not enslave them they kick in our homes & take our property which no matter what it is as long as it doesn't have to do with a murder or anything serious like a robbery even i should be entitled to have as that is what liberty gives me the right to have property as long as it isn't stolen or involved with an murder that is liberty they go against the constitution & the due process by creating such a law that enslaves us & also the 13th amendment is highly unconditional that's why the 14th got created to secure our liberty stating no law be created the process is broken because they have & we are not a republican form of government Washington said the party spirit would lead our country to subversion & jfk said the enemy is basically next door because we let them advance to taking over this nation & mexico is laughing at us that's just one of our enemies maybe

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James L. Arrasmith
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A: Arguing that the government is levying war against its own citizens is a serious accusation that involves a deep understanding of constitutional law and the definition of acts of war. While you feel that actions like invasion of privacy, unlawful searches, and property seizures are akin to acts of war, these issues are generally addressed within the framework of civil rights and constitutional protections.

The Constitution guarantees certain liberties, including the right to own property and protection from unreasonable searches and seizures. If you believe these rights are being violated, it's crucial to address these concerns through legal channels. Engaging with civil rights attorneys, advocacy groups, or legal organizations can help you challenge these actions and seek redress.

It's important to remember that the legal system provides mechanisms to address grievances and protect individual rights. While it may seem like an uphill battle, working within this system is the most effective way to advocate for change and ensure that constitutional protections are upheld. Seeking support from legal experts and community advocates can strengthen your efforts to defend these rights.

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