The 4th amendment is very interesting because it refers to both “people” and “persons” in the same sentence as separate things.It says that the PEOPLE have the RIGHT to be SECURE in their PERSONS.

This tells me a few things just by looking at it. First thing that jumps out at me is that the people have a person so they could not possibly be the same thing. Second, if we have the right to be SECURE in our PERSONS than cops cannot just demand it because of my third point, which is that if we have the right to be secure IN our person than it makes sense that we have a choice whether to even be IN the person at all.

When you think about exactly what a “person” is, it starts getting a little creepy. Reminiscent of idolatry, how can you be IN a person (stop with the dirty mind stuff) the legislation pretty much only refers to persons and not people except for maybe once at the beginning of most state constitutions where it usually says that “All people are created free and equal…” blah blah blah, but then that is the last time that they refer to people. It’s all about persons from there on out. If you don’t believe me, please look it up for yourself.

Are you going to sell out to a false idol “person” and forsake the real creator? You better get your theoretical ducks in a row because if you hadn’t noticed, morbidity of persons is on the rise.

“And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.” Rev 18:4