The word "right" or "rights" as a noun is defined as "that which is morally correct, just, or honorable."
Some listed rights
- Right to self-determination
- Right to your labor and what it produces
- Right to procreate
- Right to choose or liberty of choice
- Right to due process of natural law
- Right to freedom of movement
- Right to freedom of thought
- Right to freedom of conscience and religion
- Right to freedom of expression
- Right to peacefully assemble
- Right to freedom of association
- “Civil rights are such as belong to every citizen of the state or country, or, in a wider sense to all its inhabitants, and are not connected with the organization or the administration of government. They include the rights of property, marriage, protection by laws, freedom of contract, trial by jury, etc.” 
Natural rights are a thing of nature and therefore are inherited through nature from generation to generation. Slavery or bondage is also inherited. Man may be endowed by his Creator with certain rights but his pro-creators may undermine your access to those natural rights before you are even conceived.
Having a right is not the same thing as enjoying a right. There are many in a hostile world that would deprive the individual of the enjoyment of your natural rights.
Many like Abraham, Moses, Polybius and Plutarch sought to set men free and warned of why they would loose their freedom, be entangled in the yoke of bondage to the point of becoming merchandise and cursing their children. Christ and John the Baptist gave us the key to liberty under God but the Modern Christian seems opposed to the practices of the early Church.
To maintain your rights you must care about your neighbor's rights as much as your own because that is what is considered in Natural Law to be "morally correct, just, or honorable". It is the foundation of The Ten Laws of ancient Israel and other laws such as the Law of the Maat.
Natural Law and legal rights are two types of rights: legal rights are those bestowed onto a person by a given legal system usually as a result of contracts within a Social contract, while natural rights are those not contingent upon the laws, customs, or beliefs of any particular culture or government, and therefore universal and inalienable. They are inherent and considered endowed by Nature and Nature's God, the God of creation rather than the gods many spoke of by the apostle Paul.
- "In the end, more than freedom, they wanted security. They wanted a comfortable life, and they lost it all — security, comfort, and freedom. When the Athenians finally wanted not to give to society but for society to give to them, when the freedom they wished for most was freedom from responsibility then Athens ceased to be free and was never free again. " — Sir Edward Gibbon (1737-1794), author of The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, wrote tellingly of the collapse of Athens, On ancient Athens.
The theory of Natural Law is closely related to the theory of natural rights. During the Age of Enlightenment, Natural Law theory challenged the divine right of kings, and became an alternative justification for the establishment of a Social contract, positive law, and government.
Ultimately if you want your rights back you must take back your responsibilities to your fellow man which brings us to the definition of Religion two hundred years ago.
Private property is what is properly possessed by an individual. Without private property in the hands of the individual, which is capitalism, all men are slaves to the bully whether he is an individual, group or society.
The primary means of production is a man's labor which is guided by his own mind and heart within the allotted time of his life. If these things are not exclusive to the individual then he is not free.
Man was given dominion over the planet and that which lives upon for the purposes of dressing and keeping it. That is as far as his divine license may reach. He has no right to rule over others or abuse the earth by not dressing and keeping it.
If man was not to rule over his fellowman then the natural state of man was an anarchy. But anarchy is only one small part of the relationship of man and his individual dominion. Anarchy in itself does not guarantee "proper justice" or freedom.
If man is commanded to "keep it" there must be a distinct possibility that he may lose it. Man's right to dominion is shared individually, held individually. For anyone to imagine that men as a collective hold dominion there can be no individual choice. Without choice there is no freedom and man is nothing but an instrument, a thing.
In order for there to be "choice" there must be private property.
Some actually believe that property is theft but in truth the refusal to accept the right to private property is both theft and enslavement. Any right of society in the form of a collective or the state to allocate property or the means of production is slavery and bondage of the mind and body of the individual.
- If a seed falls from a tree in the wilderness and someone plants it, cultivates it, protects it until it bears fruit it is proper that he may take the fruit for his own use. Only he would have the power of allocation for without the expenditure of his toil and time there would be no fruit.
That is private property. If a community says it is not proper for him to have property rights to what he has produced then the community is ruling over his means of production, his labor, his toil and time, and that community is not an anarchist community.
Some think that anarchism entails anti-capitalism. Others believe that "If they genuinely wish to eliminate the state, they are anarchists, but they aren’t really capitalists, no matter how much they want to claim they are."
We might argue that they do not understand capitalism which is understandable since for most people there are no working examples of true capitalism in existence today and hasn't been since 1933 if not 1913. But the real problem is that Anarchism does not mean there is no State but that there are no "rulers".
There are examples of States where there were no rulers except within the individual family. These would be states or governments where the leaders are titular.
There are examples of such governments in history and their success is dependent upon the social virtues of the people.
5. "But the followers of Carpocrates and Epiphanes think that wives should be common property. Through them the worst calumny has become current against the Christian name. This fellow Epiphanes, whose writings I have at hand, was a son of Carpocrates and his mother was named Alexandria." Clement of Alexandria "On Marriage" Miscellanies, Book III, CHAPTER II, 5,
"This is what he [Epiphanes] says, then, in the book Concerning Righteousness: .... But the laws, by pre-supposing the existence of private property, cut up and destroyed the universal equality decreed by the divine law." CHAPTER II, 6,
more to come
No State shall
Article I, section 10, clause 1. It states:
- "No State shall... make any Thing but gold and silver Coin a Tender in Payment of Debts; pass any ... Law impairing the Obligation of Contracts"
By that the government would have to treat all property purchased with anything other than gold and silver as not actually purchased and the courts would be cognizable of that fact. That would leave every citizen of the United States who thinks he has property rights with only a "legal title".
Anyone with only a legal title has no right to the "beneficial interest" or use of the property and therefore is not the true owner of the property. So when you think the government is violating your property rights they are actually not. They are protecting the rights of the "true owner" which is not the citizen of the United States holding "legal title".
In other words if you want to know why you think you have no actual property rights to the beneficial interest of your property it is because you don't.
The government is not usually violating your property rights when you think they are. They cannot give you back your property rights either because they can make no law impairing the Obligation of Contracts.
The following chapter will explain the obligation of contracts that bars your access to rights you wish to enjoy. There are people on your side but you have to seek to know the whole truth and provide for it. There are other contracts that bind you but we should start with this concerning property rights.
Chapter 2. of the book The Covenants of the gods
Law vs Legal
The above stimulated a conversation on a Facebook group after it was posted to their web forum.
A Conversation with Mosheh has been recorded at http://www.preparingyou.com/wiki/Conversation_with_Mosheh in the hope of helping other people see the truth that will set them free if they seek it with all their heart in true love and faith.
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- Right. In Constitutional Law. Black’s 3rd p. 1559.
- Genesis 1:26 ¶ And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth.
- Genesis 2:15 And the LORD God took the man, and put him into the garden of Eden to dress it and to keep it.
- Anarcho-“Capitalism” is Impossible. Center for a Stateless Society