What does it mean to be Sovereign

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I am me

I have always claimed to be sovereign, But what does being sovereign really mean, does it make me special and why? the short answer is YES because I like all others have unalienable (Not to be separated, given away, or taken away) rights.

I accept all people are Sovereign and have all of the following natural rights which have existed long before the creation of any state, and which, are above the state.

These rights can never be taken away, diminished, altered or levied by the state, nor can any of these unalienable rights be removed or waived by any contract. Be it by non disclosure, which is fraud and unenforceable in Law, or knowingly by toleration, which is against the Spirit of Law and prejudicial to Sovereignty.

The permanent unalienable rights of every man and woman include:

The right to life, freedom, health and persuit of happiness.

The right to contract or not to contract, (So I will never contract with Irish water for example). I will return all  attempted correspondence to sender.

The right to earn a living, money, in a fair exchange for my work.

The right to travel in the course of my life and business.

The right to my privacy and confidentiality,

The right to own property, lawfully without trespass.

The Right to self defence when threatened with harm, loss or deceit.

The right to due process of law with notice and opportunity to defend myself.

The right to be presumed innocent, suffering no detention or arrest, No search or seizure, without reasonable cause.

The right to remain silent when accused of a crime and avoid self incrimination.

The Right to equality in the eyes of the law and to equal representation under the Law.

The right to trial by jury, being an impartial panel of sovereign people.

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

The right to expose knowledge necessary to ones rights and freedoms.

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

The right to practice a religion or not, or to have beliefs of my choosing.

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

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

The right to refuse to kill or maim another sovereign being under command, by reason of conscience.

The right to live in peace and to be left alone when breaking no laws.

The most critical failure of the people is their failure to ensure the teaching and common knowledge of their Unalienable Rights.

If You do not know your rights, you effectively have none.

Know/Learn Your Rights, They Are Your Rights, Nobody or No State can take away or Alter Your Unalienable Rights.