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UNCONSTITUTIONAL ANIMAL LAWS
Most Animal Welfare and Animal Cruelty laws are unconstitutional violations of the law as cited in these instant-info specific Constitutional Amendments.
April 2017 | TheDogPress.com
B.L. Cozad Jr., US Army SFC, Rights Reporter
God gave man dominion over the earth, animals, fish and fowl. Dominion = "total control and rule". ii The U.S. Constitution (instant info) ensures that all men are equally protected in these individual and unalienable rights. ii The First Amendment (instant info!) to the Constitution protects and guarantees the free exercise of religion and that includes exercising the dominion that God gave each man over the animals that he owns.
Animals are private property. Every animal cruelty/animal welfare law in America is unconstitutional and a violation of human rights. Neither our neighbors nor the government has the authority to supersede God and infringe on and/or deprive us of our private property rights.
Attempting to enact or enforce unconstitutional laws is a direct attempt to separate Americans from our constitutionally protected rights by moving animals, fish and fowl to a level of higher importance than our God given unalienable rights. To enact such a policy is treason and a direct attempt to destroy the property rights of the American people.
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In another succinct example, Yale Law Professor Stephen Carter tells his class on the first day "Do not support any law unless you personally approve the killing of a person to support that law."
Misguided animal rights supporters are openly calling for unlawful raids, creating situations where government agents may hurt, cripple and even kill animals using the unjustifiable excuse that they are defending animals.
In fact, many animal welfare and cruelty laws violate Amendment IV. How is that? Most such laws violate the Constitutionally protected security and sanctity of the home using the excuse that the duty of the government is protecting animals. Animal welfare/animal cruelty laws violate Amendment V. Violating the property rights of another person using the excuse that the government’s duty is protecting animals amounts to an illegal deprivation of private property. The Fifth Amendment states, the government must pay just and equitable compensation for such seizure or deprivation.
Animal welfare/animal cruelty laws violate Amendment VIII to the US Constitution as an unjust law applying cruel and unusual punishment for a victimless crime. Such laws can actually place a higher value on a chicken than on human lives and human rights.
Animal welfare/animal cruelty laws violate Amendment IX: Rights reserved by the people include the right to exercise the dominion God gave us over the animals and private property that we own, which includes the rights to harvest our livestock by the same method by which that species has been harvested for thousands of years.
Animal welfare/animal cruelty laws violate Amendment X: Rights not delegated to the federal government are reserved to the states and to the people. Gamecock farmers and ranchers are a minority. The majority can vote in any law they wish simply because they are the majority but … the entire purpose of the Constitution is to protect the rights of the minority from the majority and the lowest number of any minority is one, thus the purpose of the Constitution is to protect the rights of each individual from the opinion of the majority.
The enforcement of animal welfare/animal cruelty laws violate Amendment XIV to the US Constitution as the government has enacted an unjust law against its citizens. In particular, the cockfighting laws violate the equal protection clause as the government is attempting to make it illegal for gamecock farmers to own, possess and harvest our livestock which it obviously cannot apply to other livestock owners and farming operations without violating the rights of the property owners.
Such laws place a higher value on animals and livestock than on our unalienable and constitutionally protected rights. In many cases, enforcement of animal laws illegally deprive us of our heritage, culture, agriculture industries, agribusinesses, human rights and dignity. Enforcement of poorly-written “animal rights” laws endangers human lives under the guise of defending animals and livestock.
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For more information, see this article on Human Rights and Animal Law