We the People – Proposed House Rules!
1. Those of us as individual natural born citizens represent the class of Americans known as the SOVEREIGNS of this nation. Sovereignty is a natural right endowed upon us by our Creator. All sovereigns are kings and queens without subjects. All sovereigns have equal rights and have equal political standing.
“We the People” possess inalienable birthrights and naturalized rights bestowed upon us by our Creator. These natural rights clearly establish the “people,” referred to in the founding documents as “We the People.”
2. Therefore it is only “We” who have the authority to establish a government. The purpose of any such government is strictly limited to serve the administrative needs and to protect the rights of citizens as granted under the Constitution. Members of government have no authority to act on our behalf other than on matters we authorize.
3. Guaranteed rights are exclusive to American citizens. Aliens, classified in a legally recognized status as approved by “We the People” may also be granted rights that terminate at the time such status changes. No other individuals illegally present within the legal borders of the United States and its territories are afforded any rights of protection under the Constitution.
4. “We the People” establish the rules by which we choose to live and by which others may enter our country. Those who legally immigrate to the United States for the purpose of establishing a permanent residence are mandated to assimilate into our society as Americans within a six-month period. All such immigrants are encouraged to retain all individual cultural customs as preferred that do not conflict with the Constitutional laws created for the United States. All immigrants are also welcome to practice the religious beliefs of their choosing. The follower’s of Islam are excluded. Sharia law, an integral component of Islam, directly conflicts with the Constitution of the United States.
6. Those American citizens who wish to change our way of life other than through fair and legal constitutional means will be deported to the country of their choice.
7. Competing types of ideological concepts, which advocate modifying or ignoring the natural state of the founding documents, are characterized as subversives. Subversive forms of government are declared to be of a criminal nature and are against the laws of the United States of America. Violations of this law are punishable by appropriate remedies including immediate expulsion and deportation from the United States.
8. People who come to the United States with the intent of changing our way of life are not welcome. Those already here within the United States, are given nine months to assimilate into our culture as Americans. This includes:
- Gaining citizenship
- Swearing allegiance to the American Constitution and the American flag
- Renouncing all other loyalties to any and all foreign, religious or other than American entities of any kind is also required.
9. Any current aliens in the United States are given fair notice they either follow the process as outlined in point 4 or be deported within 60 days.