OPINION ON THE MATTER: LEGAL RIGHTS DERIVE FROM LEGAL OBLIGATIONS AN INTERNATIONAL LAW OF NATIONS PERSPECTIVE

 

Published in the American Herald on 08-31-2021

INTERNATIONAL, NATIONAL & COUNTY PUBLIC NOTICE

OPINION ON THE MATTER:

AN INTERNATIONAL LAW OF NATIONS PERSPECTIVE

Excerpt from the Law of Nations Preliminaries Idea and General Principles of the Law of Nations § 17. Distinctions between internal and external, perfect and imperfect obligations and rights:

“It is now easy to conceive why the right is always imperfect, when the correspondent obligation depends on the judgment of the party in whose breast it exists; for if, in such a case, we had a right to compel him, he would no longer enjoy the freedom of determination respecting the conduct he is to pursue in order to obey the dictates of his own conscience. Our obligation is always imperfect with respect to other people, while we possess the liberty of judging how we are to act: and we retain that liberty on all occasions where we ought to be free.”

The words within the excerpt above relay the effort one should make to refrain from attempting to exercise the dictates of their own conscience upon another. If one consents to the trends or policies, including those disguised as law, of another then the results of the consent are justifiable, though such behavior should be conducted in accordance with the previous excerpt. If the trends or policies are not consensual then forcing such is a violation upon the nonconsenting, therefore trespassing on the natural legal obligations and rights therein of the nonconsenting.

This applies to the case within Illinois, a political subdivision of the United States corporation involving Circuit Court of Cook County Judge James A. Shapiro’s decision to take parental rights away from Rebecca Firlit over her 11 year old child for not consenting to an inoculation of an experimental vaccine LINK. The decision has been rescinded for now according to reports. When it is understood that these political subdivisions masquerading as Nation states are corporations, then it should be further understood that enforcement of these corporate polices being utilized to administer justice are a violation of the Law of Nations Book I Chapter XIII Of Justice and Polity § 158 a nation ought to make justice reign.

Further, James A. Shapiro a political subdivision justice is acting as a third party interloper attempting to claim a legal obligation of the child, over the legal rights of the Mother as Mother to her child, therefore violating the fundamental legal obligations and rights of parents over their children.

Excerpt from the Law of Nations Preliminaries Idea and General Principles of the Law of Nations §3. Definition of the Law of Nations:

“In this treatise it will appear, in what manner States, as such, ought to regulate all their actions. We shall examine the obligations of a people as well towards themselves as towards other nations; and by that means we shall discover the Rights which result from these obligations. For, the right being nothing more than the power of doing what is morally possible, that is to say, what is proper and consistent with duty,—it is evident that right is derived from duty, or passive obligation,—the obligation we lie under to act in such or such manner.”

A nation and/or state is subject to the same behaviors in accordance with respecting the obligations and rights of one another. Those whose duty of operating within a nation and/or state should remember that deterring from these principles will only corrupt that nation and/or state and leave it in a weakened condition. Even further, when there is no social compact to authorize the administration for applying justice over others than any decision based on the dictates of their own conscience upon another to force a corporate policy, considering it their duty, is again violating the fundamental legal obligations and rights of others. LINK 

Excerpt from the Law of Nations Preliminaries Idea and General Principles of the Law of Nation § 6. In what the law of nations originally consists:

“We must therefore apply to nations the rules of the law of nature, in order to discover what their obligations are, and what their rights: consequently, the law of Nations is originally no other than the law of Nature applied to Nations.”

The office of Special Prosecutor for the War Crimes Tribunal for The United States of America and staff want to know where James A. Shapiro claims the legal right to have the legal obligation over other parents children.

Published by the office of Special Prosecutor for the War Crimes Tribunal for The United States of America.

Publication updated on September 3rd 2021 at 6:39pm UTC -6