New Bill of Rights
The right to opt "out" of society and government control. To live your life without paying taxes as long as you don't make use of "common" property such as roads, schools, public parks etc.
The right that all people are equal. No government official, police or otherwise has more rights than you. E.G you can legally defend yourself from an illegal assault by police.
The right to bear arms and to be safe in your home from illegal or unwarranted invasion by authorities or other people.
Freedom from torture or execution by executive orders alone. No form of punishment should exist without fair due process whether you are within the borders or outside.
The right to participate in politics, vote and join parliament without restriction. Even a criminal record should not bar you as the crime may be political or era related e.g homosexuals used to be criminalised and maybe in the future drugs will be de-criminalised.
The right to express yourself, free speech, protest or attack your governments decisions without fear of monitoring or arrest.
The right to be king of your castle. If you own your home no-one can enter without a legal warrant and intruders are voided their rights if they enter illegally.
The right to silence when arrested and the right not to incriminate yourself in a court of law without any inferences being made by the jury.
The right to decent education, health care, pension and unemployment benefits paid for from your national insurance or social security contributions.
The right to a private "virtual" life. Your Internet and other electronic communications are free from monitoring without a warrant obtained by a court.
The right to a family life. Whether you are straight, gay or bi-sexual your private life is of no concern to others and you are all equal under the law.
The right to a fair and speedy trial, to know the evidence against you and to meet your accussers in a court of law whatever the crime.
The right to form groups, organisations, trade unions and protest movements. Even the right to protest or party on public property without having to obtain a licence first.
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