and to which the Manifesto of Faith counts
Inalienable rights are rights given to each, spiritually moral and living rational being, as a basis and foundation by the Supreme Source of All Being, which cannot be taken away, withdrawn, restricted, or curtailed by anyone or anything, at any time or place, except by the Supreme Source of All Being itself.
These rights are something true and derivable from the nature of reality, truth, and not man-made. These rights are universal, binding, fundamental and unchangeable.
They are not negotiable, changeable, diminishable, removable, restrictable, divisible, alienable, assignable, disposable, or giveable. They are also not subordinable to any community, group, collective or general good.
These inalienable rights, given as a foundation, apply always, everywhere, at all times and at every level of being, eternally.
These inalienable rights are always valid, unless they are the inalienable
Violate the rights of another living, spiritually moral being of reason.
1) Right to bodily integrity
The integrity of the body of any kind, without interference up here, which also includes the free unrestricted breathing and the rejection of any interference up here and the complete and unrestricted dominion of disposal, ownership and self-determination over his body and its image and components of all levels. The complete and non-negotiable right of ownership and power of disposal over one's own genetics in all forms of DNA/DNA and energetic signature.
2) Right to freedom
The right to freedom of spirit, thought and body. Freedom of belief, thought, free will, free opinion and free expression thereof, right to privacy in all forms. Right and ownership of all data and information, concerning the living, spiritually moral being of reason. Informational self-determination, freedom of truth and knowledge, right to free development, the right to develop oneself mentally and spiritually. Freedom of travel and the freedom to choose one's place of residence and settlement. To engage in work/occupation/activity and to be fairly compensated for it. The right to freely enter into contracts or not. Freedom from manipulation and influence. Freedom and right not to be subject to coercion, pressure, extortion, threats, discrimination, disadvantage or abuse of any kind. Freedom from exploitation, abuse, overreaching, robbery, fraud, mental or physical violence, or collective coercion.
The unrestricted right to property and possession, of his goods, values and creations of every kind, created by physical and mental force, and the power of disposal over and inviolability of the same. Freedom to assemble, assemble with like-minded people and the right to unrestricted freedom of movement.
3) Right to security
Right to shelter/home, safety, protection, peace, love, joy, harmony, honor, dignity, sovereignty. Direct or indirect compulsion to involuntary or forced servitude, serfdom or slavery, assaults on the material body and attached bodies, soul or spirit are completely forbidden. The inviolability of the domicile in which the living, spiritually moral being of reason has settled. The security of maternity and paternity and of the offspring, in any form without encroachment, and the free decision-making power of mother and father over the offspring.
4) Right to health
The right to absolute spiritual, mental and bodily (as well as all bodies bound to the material body of the most diverse levels). The right to nature, water, food and air, in the quality intended by the Highest Source of All Being, without manipulation of the energy surrounding us to the detriment of the earth and the beings living on it. The non-negotiable freedom of self-determination over the substances and components which are applied to and introduced into the body.
5) Right to justice, dignity and free development
Everyone has the right to be heard, the right to freedom from prejudice, the right to equal treatment - no one is subject to me and I am subject to no one. No spiritually moral being of reason can be forced to act against his/her conscience, thus no being may be punished because he/she follows his/her conscience and his/her values.
The right to give one's own name, to express one's free will and to live one's individuality. The right to disclosure of all facts and documents in disputes before a court of law and the right to an impartial and unbiased judge. The right to the pure, unadulterated and unmanipulated and complete truth and knowledge. The right in community of free sovereigns to form a free and independent tribunal subject to the highest moral values and principles.