Where Does Law Come From? — Everything You Need To Know and Were Afraid to Ask, by Anna von Reitz

Brilliant, thank you; in peace

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The short answer is that all law, except “Natural Law” like the Law of Gravity, comes from religion. Some people wrinkle their noses,  but it has to be discussed because it is the truth.

Modern psychology tells us that about five percent of us are born without a conscience.  We call these people sociopaths and label them with various other descriptive names, but the bottom line is that they have no natural compass with respect to right or wrong.  They learn what the rest of us consider right or wrong by rote, the same way a dog learns to fetch a newspaper without being able to read it, but they truly don’t have a clue why the rest of us consider certain things like stealing, lying, or adultery to be “wrong”.  So how do we get these ideas in the first place?

Part of it is natural empathy, which most…

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