Unanimous Declaration

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The unanimous declaration of the United States of America We are the citizens of the United States of America, and we believe that when a group of people wish to break away from another, and become their own, independent country, the laws of god, and nature allow them to.Though When these things happen, to get other people, and countries to respect them and take them seriously, they need to explain their reasoning for splitting off. The United States is fed up with this new unfair and tyrannical government our new king has set up. We feel that all men should be created equal, and are given certain unalienable rights, given to them by god, that cannot be taken away. These rights are, life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. to secure these…show more content…
We have tried multiple times to compromise, and fix things with the new king, but he acts as if we are small children, and have no say in anything. We have even attempted talking to the people close to him, to change his mind. Yet nothing has resolved, So we have chosen to become separate. (Declaration of Separation and Independence:) We trust that we are making the right decision by completely separating from this new tyrannical government and new king. We have no more reasons to be tied to this king what so ever. Now that we are officially separated, we are free to make our own decisions, and additionally, we will set up our own form of government, and work with the people to form a better nation. We have made a promise to god to never stop fighting for our independence - we promise by our lives, our property, and our sacred
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