If a person or a meeting with the supreme power, renounce kakogo-nibud significantly to the supreme authority of law, so that citizens get the freedom that is incompatible with the supreme power, TE with the very existence of the state and the citizen on the basis of the freedom bestowed refuses to obey the sovereign in anything contrary to this freedom, it is nevertheless a sin and a violation of allegiance debt. For the citizen is obliged to realize that it is incompatible with the supreme power; because it established its own accord and for its protection, and a freedom that is incompatible with the supreme authority, it could be granted to it only as a result of unforeseen bad consequences. If the citizen is not only obey, but also resists an official when translating said commands in life, then this is a crime, because the subject could achieve their rights complaint without a breach of the peace.
Na Gira Do Exú: Invoking the Spirits of Brazilian Quimbanda
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