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THE RIGHT OF RIGHTS

The book: The Right of Rights: The United States Constitutional, Natural, Moral, and Absolute Essential Right To Be, by Daniel Henry Devlin.

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The front cover of The Right of Rights

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The back cover of The Right of Rights

 

"This book will allow you to change the social and economic future of our society and the course history!

Learn about the most precious right of all, the right without which you would have no other —your Right To Be.

And discover for yourself, other seldom or never before discussed aspects of your human rights.

This book will provide you with new insight into the rights, and lack of rights, of human beings at every stage of development.

It pinpoints the natural, moral and legal responsibilities of society to protect those rights, and reveals how we can greatly improve society by responsibly governing this nation.

Find out, for yourself, why the author is willing to have you set the standard by which all would be required to live.

From now on, no serious discussion of human rights can occur without acknowledging The Right of Rights —The... Right To Be."

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NEXT ITEM: A SOLITERY MINUTEMAN

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A Solitary Minuteman poem and art
(pictured with Deluxe Frame)

A Solitary Minuteman
Is now available for framing in a 20" x 24" frame
(frame not included)
Each is an original work of art on canvas.

From the artist/author's original pen and ink drawing, he uses traditional and digital techniques including archival inks enhancing color and detail, making each a one-of-a-kind fine art original piece.

Each is numbered and signed by the artist. The number, based on the original pen and ink composition, is limited to 5000 originals by the artist. There also is affixed a number indicating the number within that 5000 limit.

The number 5000 is not an indication that all 5000 will be produced, but is limited to no more than 5000.

This means the owner of one of these pieces is one in a million who will be able to own an original on canvas based on the pen and ink drawing. Of course, no one will own a work exactly like yours.

Some may be signed in paint or ink, others in pencil and some may be double signed in any combination there of. Additionally, works may carry markings such as T/P for technical proof or trial proof, AP for artist's proof or other markings. While a work may carry a number, such as, AP1 or T/P 5, each is part of the total number which is limited to 5000.

In addition, the artist is also the author of the poem A Solitary Minuteman which is an integral part of the art work but which may be produced on other media and in other forms.

Framed works may be available through special order. Please email: Info@FundamentalHumanRights.Org for further information.

 

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This is The Solitary Minuteman in front of the Moving Vietnam Memorial

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The Poem and Art Work A Solitary Minuteman is an important piece because it addresses the fact that those who founded what is known as The United States of America cared about their unborn descendants, and, as we see from the Statement of Purpose of the Constitution of the United States of America at the bottom edge of this work, they named their unborn descendants —their posterity— to receive the exact same "Blessings of Liberty" as "ourselves".

Currently, the descendants of our Founders (and of others who have fought and even died for this nation), are NOT protected from extermination by the people who now have the audacity to call themselves people of the United States. This work was created to make sure we never forget that our Founders specifically named their unborn descendants, in the Constitution, to benefit from their sacrafice, and this nation is required to protect their posterity according to the Constitution of the United States of America.

Please, purchase and display one of these works and help us protect the posterity, the unborn descendants, of the people of the United States.

At this time, A Solitary Minuteman is available on canvas, for $ 275.00 (US). Shipped: rolled in a heavy-duty-shipping-tube. Once received, you'll need to have the canvas streched on stretcher bars then select and acquire a frame in which to place the stretched image. Your local frame shop, or a qualified artist or art teacher are good prospects for doing this work.

We have chosen PayPal as our payment method. Of course, you may use your credit or debit card or your paypal account.


 

LAST UPDATED: May 20, 2016

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