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What the People's Rights System Should be Used for and What it Should Not be Used for

What should the People's Rights System be used for and what should it not be used for?

The People's Rights System is designed to help unify neighbors in the defense of an individual's rights. It is not designed to be a tool for political activism or to be used to promote efforts that influence a political agenda. The People's Rights Network is a free association of individual people that have committed to defend each other's rights. The People's Rights System should only be used to promote neighbor unity, preparation and to inform neighbors when a person's rights are being damaged or clearly about to be damaged. The People's Rights Network should be activated when a person's rights are directly being threatened.


People's Rights Definitions

It is essential that those involved in People's Rights understand the following words and definitions.  Words are important.  Words have meaning.  And, it is important that we understand certain words the same. 

Person
A man, woman or child (not a corporation or government entity).

People
Multiple individual people considered together.

People's Rights
See; People's Rights Network (not a hierarchy; not a controlled top down organization)    

People's Rights System
The communication systems, tools and procedures that have been created to help unify people; accessible or promoted through PeoplesRights.org.

People's Rights Network
A network of people connected together by the People's Rights System.

Right
A person's individual claim upon their life, liberty (freedom) or absolute ownership and exclusive control of justly-acquired property... or any other specific right (such as freedom of speech, freedom of conscience, freedom of religion, etc) that can be properly and directly derived from one (or a combination of) these three foundational rights.

Rights
Speaking collectively of more than one right.

Property
Something upon which claim can be made, by only an individual person, of exclusive ownership due to acquisition by effort, energy, talent or contract/purchase/gift. Property may include (but is not limited to) one's own body, land, buildings, animals, personal effects, etc.

Damage
(a) To inflict physical harm on something or someone so as to impede its value, usefulness or normal function. 
(b) To have a detrimental effect upon.

Defend
(a) The action of resisting an attack made on someone or something. 
(b) To protect from actual or potential harm or damage.

Neighbor
A person within close associative or geographical proximity to another person.

Criminal
A person who damages or participates in damaging the rights of another person, outside of defended rights.  

Freedom
(a) The power and right to act, speak or think as one wants without hindrance or restraint. 
(b) The absence of subjection to domination.
(c) The state of not being subjected to a particular undesirable thing.
(d) Unrestricted use of something within one's ownership.

Liberty
(a) The state of being free from oppressive restrictions imposed by supposed authority on a person's way of life, behavior, or political views.
(b) The state of not being imprisoned or enslaved. 
(c) The power or scope to act as one pleases within the boundaries allowed by one's inalienable rights. 



Examples of When the People's Rights System Should be Used

  • Area Assistants organize an event or training that prepares people to defend each other's rights.
  • A trusted person organizes an event to help educate people on their rights.  (Area Assistants should be confident the event will promote correct principles.) 
  • Area Assistants organize an event that creates unity with neighbors in their Area.
  • A person needs support in defending their rights.

Examples of When the People's Right System Should NOT be Used

  • A person asks to send a political message out to promote a specific political or party's agenda and/or candidate.
  • A person or business wants to use the system to advertise or solicit services or products unrelated to the defense of rights to People in the Area.
  • A different organization desires to send messages out promoting their own organization or specific issue or agenda.
  • A political activist desires to send a message for people to do something that is not in direct defense of individual rights.
  • Any person desires to send a message that violates another person's rights. 

Examples of When the People's Rights Network Should be Activated

  • CPS agents take or try to take a child from his/her parents without consent or JUST due process of law.
  • A doctor or heath agent is trying to force a medical procedure upon a person without their consent. 
  • City officials take or try to take property without the consent of the owner.
  • A person(s) is threatening another person with imminent danger.
  • State Police shut down or are trying to shut down a private business.
  • A group of people are in the neighborhood and directly threatening a person(s) life or property

Examples of When the People's Rights Network Should NOT be Activated

  • Before the Area Assistants are confident that they understand the situation.
  • When just due process has been given.
  • When the person whose rights are being violated has asked others not to help (desire to defend themselves, or have chosen to allow the violations to occur).
  • For any political (or like) activity that does not directly defend or secure a person's individual rights.



Question & Answers about the Appropriate Ways to Use the People's Rights System

Q: As an Assistant, is it okay to share the People's information with other groups or to use the People's Rights System to promote another group's agenda?

A: Whatever is done, all the Area Assistants in the Area need to be okay with it. As an Area Assistant you have been charged with protecting the People's information. You are a gatekeeper to accessing personal information. ONLY Assistants should access or view the People's information, ONLY Assistants should use the People's Rights mass message systems, NO ONE ELSE! The People's Rights System should only be used for the purpose of uniting people to defend individual rights. That does not include trying to persuade politicians or bureaucrats to let us be free. Assistants should be actively engaged in assisting the People to get to know each other, communicate with each other, be prepared, and practically defend each other when needed. We are not leaders by definition, we are Assistants, we assist and help the people to lead themselves. Following the Articles (linked below) will help you and the other Assistants to help people in uniting and defending their rights. Please make sure whatever you do that the other Area Assistants in your Area are in agreement with it. 

PR Links:

Suggestions to What People in an Area Should be Doing: https://pplsrghts.org/uc1988962-fb62-4603-b435-0896622e11ae

What to Do When Someone Needs or Asks for Assistance in Defending Their Rights: https://pplsrghts.org/u6a224e28-d2db-4e0c-aab7-79b7435bd66f

Q: I’m confused on the third point. I think a freedom related organization would be an organization that would help defend rights, so shouldn't we help them communicate? Could you clarify this point? 

A: Many freedom related organizations are designed to persuade the legislators or the bureaucrats (our current system) to do certain things. The People's Right’s System was not designed to persuade politicians or bureaucrats to allow the people to be free. Rights are not granted by politicians or bureaucrats, the People were born with the right to be free and need to unite with each other to defend that right. If the information going out is to assist people in the defense of their rights, then that is what the People’s Rights system was designed for.


Rev. 1/18/2021


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