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The Place to Stand

A Most Sacred Right

The Secret American Revolution

About A Most Sacred Right

A Most Sacred Right - about a concept whose time has come.

The protagonists believe that, as the Declaration of Independence declares, all men are born with certain inalienable rights, meaning  they are born free. Yet, nowhere are men free. They see a fast accelerating  loss of their rights. Unlike the seemingly indifferent majority, they cherish their freedom. They want to be free to live according to their own plan, not the plan of the government. Yet the nation and the world are racing in the opposite direction.

At first, they wonder if there is any way whatsoever for them to regain their rights, to retain the fruits of their labor, and to save the lives that are being wasted, at least the lives of those nearest and dearest to them. Alarmed by the rapid march toward all out tyranny in their country and the high-tech surveillance being installed to reinforce it; dismayed that the vast majority of the people are oblivious or unconcerned, they search for a way out. They conclude that there is no hope that enough people could be made aware of the problems, less hope that they would ever be concerned about them, and far less hope that they would ever act to improve things. They realize that, as long as their fate is controlled by the disconnected majority, they are doomed. As things stand, they and those few others, who, like them, know better. will go down with the multitudes who don't. The situation appears hopeless. The government is too evil and too powerful. The vast majority of the people either don't see what is happening, or they see it and don't care.

Nevertheless, the characters in this book refuse to lay down and die. Nor are they going to stand like deer in the headlights, watching disaster bearing down on them. They are not going to be treated as cattle to be corralled and milked dry. They know that, sprinkled among the mindless robots, there have to be others like them. They will find them, and together, they will do whatever it takes. Their goal could not be more important. The odds against them could not be greater. They will not sit and wait for "something" to happen. They embark on an all or nothing gamble for their freedom to live as they know men were meant to live: as sovereign individuals. Like Hannibal, facing the impossible task of moving his army across the Alps, they will either find a way, or they will make one. They have a right to be free, a most sacred right.