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It is the natural right for everyone in the civilized world to enjoy the benefits of freedom They are entitled to the safety of their lives and health It is their god given choice to own property and the fruits of their labors According to John Locke this is the universal order Undeniable facts that govern the way all men should live their lives To maintain your natural rights you must follow the natural law Not following the laws of nature is to go against reason If one puts themselves in opposition to the natural rights of another they enter into a state of war with that person The state of war is impeding on natural rights posing a threat to someones life freedom or property The state of war is a violation against reason At this point certain measures may be taken to punish the offender You may retaliate against the invader such as killing your enemy or placing them into slavery Slavery is a state of war in which you gain power over someone else and strip them of their natural rights Slavery is only acceptable as an alternative to killing someone who has brought himself into a state of war with you These laws are based in nature to help preserve mankind and guide us to new glories Slavery encompasses more then one man having power over another a corrupt state can force its citizens into slavery as well The equality of all men gaurentees the right to freedom As human beings we are destined to be free no one man can have absolute rule over us We are all warranted to have say in how our lives are run When we have lost our right to choose and be free such as in a monarchy then our natural rights have been violated and we become slaves And wherever there are any number of me however associated that have no
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