An Appeal to Heaven

John Locke wasn't exactly one of our Founding Fathers but he certainly inspired them, especially Thomas Jefferson. He pointed out a basic Truth of human civilization, that ALL people have an absolute Right to Revolution and that this Right comes from God and cannot be rescinded by man. That is what "certain unalienable Rights" in the Declaration of Independence means. It is called Natural Law.

A close paraphrase of the Declaration says that "whenever any government becomes destructive of the Right of the People to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness it is the Right and the Duty of the People to alter or abolish that government and start a new one."

America is utterly unique in history in that not only is the Right to Revolution indelibly enshrined in our founding document, our nation's fathers also included the MEANS to Revolution in the Bill of Rights, the Second Amendment. They were serious men who knew just what that meant: it was, and remains, the ultimate insurance policy of Liberty. We the People are implicitly and explicitly trusted like no other People in any place or time. That is the genius of America. That is how we chose to guard our Freedom through the ages. That is the idea that we must embrace today.

According to the rules of revolution we should submit our grievances to a candid world and run it up the flagpole to see who salutes. At anyone can set up a site to consolidate thoughts and grievances.

There are so many justifiable revolutionary, or reform, movements in the world, but no single place, until here and now, to consolidate their ideas.

These movements have (often unstated) principles, grievances and plans of action that should be published to alert our world of the necessity for change.

Therefore, the section Revolution Internationale, is here to provide such a platform.

Go to your country and put in your document. It will be available for all to see and comment upon.