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    How To Bring The People Together
    Mark Hamilton

    We can stop the turmoil and the divide in our country. We can stop the hate. We can stop the civil unrest, end all talk of a civil war. We can bring the people together with one simple new law. It’s the elegantly simple solution to all the political angst out there, easily unifying both sides. Most people who are passionate about politics, those on both sides, are largely caught up in illusions created by our political leaders. Ordinary people who stand (often angrily) with the left or the right are nearly all good people. A simple new law will enable all those good people to escape the illusions that are controlling their emotions…escape their anger and hate with elegantly simple answers they will all agree on. America needs this!

    This simple solution begins with a simple question: “Is it OK for any adult to use force on another adult?” The answer is obvious: “Except for self-defense, NO it is NOT okay for an adult to use force on another adult.” All good people, both on the left and the right, agree that an adult may not use force on another adult, unless in self-defense.

    From that universally agreed upon, obvious premise, a new elegantly simple law is born that everyone can accept:

    The Prime Law
    (The Fundamental Law of Protection)

    *The purpose of human life is to prosper and live happily.

    *The function of government is to provide the conditions that let individuals fulfill that purpose.

    *The Prime Law guarantees those conditions by forbidding the use of initiatory force, fraud, or coercion by any person or group against any individual, property, or contract.

    Article 1
    No person, group of persons, or government shall initiate force, threat of force, or fraud against any individual’s self, property, or contract.

    Article 2
    Force is morally-and-legally justified only for protection from those who violate Article 1.

    Article 3
    No exceptions shall exist for Articles 1 and 2.

    The elegantly simple and blatantly obvious premise that an adult may not use force on another adult, except for self-defense — the Prime Law — will bring together all the good people on the left and the right.

    As obvious as it is that an adult should not use force on another adult, the government actually does this all the time. But illusions of goodwill and good intentions obscure the fact that adults (politicians and regulatory bureaucrats) are using force on other adults (citizens). For example, comply to these crippling regulations or pay a fine…or worse, go to prison. Remember, the only use of force that is moral and justified is self-defense.

    Political leaders may not like the Prime Law because it greatly limits their power by banishing the use of initiatory force. But the people will love it ─ all the good people. It would protect them from any person, group, or government using force against them. Moreover, making this obviously benevolent and moral law the law of the land would bring everyone ─ the poor, the needy, the wealthy — the prosperous lives they were meant to have. See how, as an Amendment to the United States Constitution (or State Constitution), the Prime Law would send everyone’s wealth, health and peace to never-before-seen heights, including the poor (click here).

    Indeed, the people need and will love the Prime Law — all the people, both on the left and the right. They will come together, for the Prime Law is the savior of our country and our individual lives. Politicians and regulatory bureaucrats will object, but not the people. Join this NeoTrend.  (Click Here).

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