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Social Contract

A Social Contract is the unwritten agreement between individuals within a society.  With government representing the overall society, each individual effectively contracts with the government.  But rarely do people actually try to write down the exact terms of this social contract.  The folks at <http://www.worldtrans.org/sov/soccont.html> did exactly that.  This defacto agreement between each individual and the State -- as it currently exists in the United States -- is given below.  The question that must be asked is, “Would anyone knowingly, willingly, and with a full appreciation of the consequences sign such a piece of paper?  Is this the social contract envisioned by the Founders of the United States?  



between an individual and the Government of the United States of America  

WHEREAS I wish to reside on the North American continent, and  

WHEREAS the United States Government controls the area of the continent on which I wish to reside, and  

WHEREAS tacit or implied contracts are vague and therefore unenforceable,  

I agree to the following terms:  

SECTION 1: I will surrender a percentage of my property to the Government. The actual percentage will be determined by the Government and will be subject to change at any time. The amount to be surrendered may be based on my income, the value of my pro- perty, the value of my purchases, or any other criteria the Government chooses. To aid the Government in determining the percentage, I will apply for a Government identification number that I will use in all my major financial transactions.  

SECTION 2: Should the Government demand it, I will surrender my liberty for a period of time determined by the government and typically no shorter than two years. During that time, I will serve the Government in any way it chooses, including military service in which I may be called upon to sacrifice my life.  

SECTION 3: I will limit my behavior as demanded by the government. I will consume only those drugs permitted by the Government. I will limit my sexual activities to those permitted by the Government. I will forsake religious beliefs that conflict with the Government's determination of propriety.  More limits may be imposed at any time.  

SECTION 4: In consideration for the above, the Government will permit me to find employment, subject to limits that will be determined by the Government.  These limits may restrict my choice of career or the wages I may accept.  

SECTION 5: The Government will permit me to reside in the area of North America which it controls.  Also, the Government will permit me to speak freely, subject to limits determined by the Government’s Congress and Supreme Court.  

SECTION 6: The Government will attempt to protect my life and my claim to the property it has allowed me to keep.  I agree not to hold the Government liable if it fails to protect me or my property.  

SECTION 7: The Government will offer various services to me. The nature and extent of these services will be determined by the Government and are subject to change at any time.  

SECTION 8: The Government will determine whether I may vote for certain Government officials. The influence of my vote will vary inversely with the number of voters, and I understand that it typically will be minuscule. I agree not to hold any elected Government officials liable for acting against my best interests or for breaking promises, even if those promises motivated me to vote for them.  

SECTION 9: I agree that the Government may hold me fully liable if I fail to abide by the above terms. In that event, the Government may confiscate any property that I have not previously surrendered to it, and may imprison me for a period of time to be determined by the Government. I also agree that the Government may alter the terms of this contract at any time without my permission.  

Copyright 1989 by Robert E. Alexander.

May be distributed freely.  



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