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The Sovereignty Law: An Idea To Exempt Competent People From The Constraints of The Law

My idea for (legally) freeing those who deserve to be free!

By Gabriel MohrPublished 3 years ago 3 min read

Quick Fact

-The law slows down a percentage of us. Introducing a solid way to make certain individuals exempt from the law helps us be productive, take the correct steps, not be afraid of censorship, and generally do our thing without inhibition!


In today's world, we have the law, and it has always been thought of as the sacred text to abide by almost everyone around the world whether they want to or not.

The purpose of the law is to protect innocent people and punish criminals. However, there are some people who, I feel, have such high IQs and EQs that they should be exempt from the law so they can do their own thing without constraint.

What Is The Sovereignty Law?

The sovereignty law is simple; people can apply for it by taking a test. If the test shows that someone is very intelligent, empathetic, or both, they should be exempt from any and all law that governs the land and sea.

The judge (the one who decides whether or not someone should be considered sovereign) isn't to be a government official. They are an intelligent sovereign themselves. This makes sense on so, so many levels.

Once someone is considered sovereign they are to receive cards, papers, electronic proof, car stickers, plaques, etc which they can provide as proof to any questioning official.

Which Kinds of People Should Be Exempt?

Here are some examples; Friedrich Neicheze, Tolstoy, Dostoyevsky, Carl Jung, Terrence McKenna, and Jordan Peterson all could have benefited from being exempt from the law (present tense for Peterson).

The kinds of people who should be exempt from the law are those who see past their desire to take advantage of their privilege in corrupt and detrimental ways, for people who could accomplish so much more good for their society without having to waste time jumping through legal loopholes and avoiding unintelligent grunts.

This means that very, very few people would actually be exempt from the law and that those who should be really should be.

What's The Benefit of Exempting Some People From The Law?

One of the main reasons for declaring sovereignty for great people is so they can freely experiment with psychedelic substances. Another good reason is that many geniuses often break the law without thinking about it since they're in their heads all of the time.

And, if a great person is exempt, they don't have to conform to structure when they create and promote their creative work. They also wouldn't have many restrictions in forming connections and conclusions about things that really matter. For example, if we exemplify someone who wants to study the effects of LSD on the brain, they'll be free to study the effects of LSD on the brain, something that should be one of our top priorities at the moment.

Final Thoughts

The law is, essentially, made/enforced by the unintelligent for the unintelligent. As such it's an insult to true intelligence. Since this is so it's only natural to proclaim some sovereign from the law so they can bring about the results they want with no one breathing down their back.

It's very important to have stellar judgment on who gets to be exempt and who doesn't. I even want to go so far as to say there should be 30 judges who all work 1 day a month. Why? So they can each take LSD and/or psilocybin before their day and be able to most accurately see and predict the intentions of those who take the test.


Thank you for reading my idea! I truly appreciate it, and I'll see you in the next post!


About the Creator

Gabriel Mohr

Hey everyone, my name's Gabriel! I love writing short stories, spreading conscious knowledge, and positivity! Author of 3 books :)

Check out my website!

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