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Using a collection of references, original sources, and articles, the main goal of the Unalienable Project is to use our website for the purpose of informing people about a concept instituted by the American Founding Fathers; which is found in the Declaration of Independence. Throughout time, this concept has been, and is, the fundamental debate about man’s God-given freedom of life and liberty. In relation to every government that ever existed, this concept is unique to the United States of America --- and it resulted in the creation of the most prosperous and free organized society to ever exist.
…“do you know the difference between UNalienable rights and INalienable rights”?
(This website is in its initial phase of development and will be updated periodically as time permits.
We welcome and encourage comments and/or suggested items or related articles for potential posting to our website.)
What is freedom? What is liberty? In a general sense, most people do understand the meaning of these words, but most do not understand the true meaning as understood and defined by our founders. With the signing of the Declaration of Independence, the founding fathers gave each individual citizen something that was never given to a people in all of history. The principles set forth in the Declaration are directly related to man’s God-given freedoms and individual rights --- LIFE, liberty and property. Our mission is to explain the true meaning of these words by defining another word --- unalienable.
Do you know the difference between unalienable rights and inalienable rights?
In 2010, at this critical moment in American history, with the current political and ideological shift towards secular socialism, it is imperative that Americans take the time to re-educate themselves and thoroughly understand the true meaning, true intent and true brilliance of the principles set forth in the Declaration of Independence. With this website, the focus of the UNalienable Project is to present information related to the rights that our founding fathers gave us; which they believed critical to the formation, strength and prosperity of a nation. On July 4, 1776, America became the first country ever to establish its foundation on God-given, natural, individual rights; the first country to grant power to its people; and the first country to allow its people to come between their God and the government or state. The Founders were clear and left no room for interpretation. “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”
However, over the past 100 years, the importance and establishment of these rights has been diminished. Today most people use the word UNalienable and INalienable interchangeable when discussing the Declaration of Independence, or American rights; but in the 1700s there was a profound difference. The Founders and most people of that time clearly understood the two meanings. UNalienable rights are inherent in all mankind and granted only by God and nature; they cannot be transferred from one person to another. UNalienable rights cannot be taken away. INalienable rights are arbitrarily created, granted and controlled by man and thus can be taken away (See listed references 1, 2, & 3). The blurring of the two concepts has been an intentional attack on morality and GOD. Without a strong belief in God, morals, principles and values, it is easier for man/Government to assume power and control its citizens. Abraham Lincoln said, at a Speech on the Kansas-Nebraska Act at Peoria, IL October 16, 1854, "No man is good enough to govern another man without that other’s consent. I say this is the leading principle--the sheet anchor of American republicanism."
America is in a critical state of war…a religious war. Although not a war between specific formal religions, it is a war between the opposing ideas of UNalienable rights and INalienable rights.
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