Federal laws are limited to federal territory—everybody who has questioned government authority knows that, but how do you prove it? The first two federal Organic Laws, the Declaration of Independence and Articles of Confederation worked to free the American people from an unwanted central government by ridding America of nobility and requiring the States of the Union to honor the right of the people to live free of government within those states.
The first two Organic Laws insured freedom in America, but the so-called leaders wanted to control America, so they introduced, temporarily, legislation and taxation to the Northwest Territory, the States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and part of Minnesota. George Washington, the Congress of the Confederacy and the so-called Founding Fathers in the biggest propaganda ploy ever pulled, the drafting and ratification of the Constitution of September 17, 1787, would then convince Americans and the world the United States of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Wisconsin, and part of Minnesota was now the entire country under the central control of George Washington and the Congress of the United States. Congress would make laws for the Northwest Territory and other federal territory, pretend it applied countrywide and then President of the United States George Washington would enforce those laws, particularly taxation, everywhere. When Americans rebelled against the whiskey tax, Commander in Chief and President of the United States of America used the State Militias to put down the Whiskey Rebellion and stifled further opposition to the extension of federal legislation and taxation.
Proposed federal gun control legislation is, of course, federal, so it applies to what the federal government, the United States of America Confederacy. still owns and controls. The old United States in Congress assembled is now operating as the Senate, but still under the general direction of the Articles of Confederation of November 15, 1777—the Articles of Confederation were not repealed and replaced by the Constitution of September 17, 1787. In fact, it can be proven George Washington planned the failed adoption of the Constitution of September 17, 1787, so the Article II Section 1 Clause 8 Constitution of the United States could be substituted.
The Constitution of September 17, 1787 ratified by the States of the Confederacy, the United States of America, would have been the supreme law of the territory owned by or subject to the exclusive legislative power of the United States of America had that Constitution been adopted by George Washington and members of Congress, however, when that Constitution was not adopted the administration of federal territory by the President of the United States continued commercially under the Northwest Ordinance of July 13, 1787.
The right of self defense, as a God given unalienable right, is far more important than any Second Amendment to any unadopted constitution. The foregoing revelations about government and its constitutions should convince you that any reliance on Second Amendment rights is ill advised.
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