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Texas Petition to Abolish Child Murder

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A PETITION to the GOVERNOR, LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, ATTORNEY GENERAL, STATE LEGISLATORS, and PUBLIC OFFICIALS on the Abolition of Child Murder in the STATE OF TEXAS and affirming vital existing constitutional protections for the unalienable right to life of every innocent person, from the first moment of creation until natural death.

WHEREAS, The first stated principle of the United States, in its charter, the Declaration of Independence, is the assertion of the self-evident truth that all men are created equal, and that they are each endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, beginning with the right to life, and that the first purpose of all government is to defend that supreme right; and

WHEREAS, The first stated purposes of We the People of the United States in our Constitution are “to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity”; and

WHEREAS, The United States Constitution, in the Fourteenth Amendment, imperatively requires that all persons within the jurisdictions of all the States be afforded the equal protection of the laws; and

WHEREAS, The United States Constitution, in the Fifth and the Fourteenth Amendments, explicitly forbids the taking of the life of any innocent person; and

WHEREAS, The United States Constitution, in the Tenth Amendment, explicitly provides power to the State government, if the People require action from their State to redress wrongs by the Federal government; and

WHEREAS, The Texas Constitution, in Article One, Section Nineteen, explicitly states, “No citizen of this State shall be deprived of life, liberty, property, privileges or immunities, or in any manner disfranchised, except by the due course of the law of the land”; and

WHEREAS, The State of Texas explicitly declares the Personhood of the pre-born when it states in the definition of “Person” that an "individual" means “a human being who is alive, including an unborn child at every stage of gestation from fertilization until birth." (Tex. Penal Code §1.07.26); and

WHEREAS, The practices of child murder (abortion) and elder murder (euthanasia) violate every clause of the stated purposes of the United States Constitution, and its explicit provisions; and

WHEREAS, Modern science has demonstrated beyond any reasonable doubt that the individual human person’s physical existence begins at the moment of biological inception or creation and continues until natural death; and

WHEREAS, All executive, legislative and judicial Officers in Texas, at every level and in every branch, have sworn before God to support the Texas and United States Constitutions as required by law, and have therefore, because both Constitutions explicitly require it, sworn to protect the life of every innocent person;

THEREFORE, WE THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF TEXAS HEREBY RESOLVE THAT the God-given, unalienable right to life of every innocent person, from biological inception or creation until natural death, be protected everywhere within every city, municipality, county, territory and jurisdiction of the State of Texas; and

FURTHER RESOLVE THAT, every officer of the judicial, legislative and executive departments, at every level and in every branch, is required to use all lawful means to protect every innocent life within their jurisdictions; and

FURTHER RESOLVE THAT, we will henceforth deem failure to carry out this supreme sworn duty to be cause for removal from public office via impeachment or recall, or by statutory or electoral means, notwithstanding any law passed by any legislative body within the State of Texas, or the decision of any court, including the Supreme Court of the United States, or the decree of any executive officer, at any level of government, to the contrary; and

FURTHER RESOLVE THAT, Texas Penal Code §19.06 is a direct violation of this supreme sworn duty and as a result legislation must be introduced to repeal Texas Penal Code §19.06 at the first opportunity by the State Legislature. Furthermore, this legislation must be signed into law by the Governor of the State of Texas and enforced by every officer of the law, at every level of jurisdiction within the State of Texas. Additionally, any and all additional sections of the Texas Code that attempt to provide additional exceptions to this supreme sworn duty must be included in the legislation to repeal Texas Penal Code §19.06, in order to completely satisfy this petition. This includes but is not limited to Title 2, Subtitle H, Chapter 170, Health and Safety Code; Title 2, Subtitle H, Chapter 171, Health and Safety Code; Title 4, Subtitle B, Chapter 241.007, Health and Safety Code; Title 4, Subtitle B, Chapter 243.017, Health and Safety Code; Title 4, Subtitle B, Chapter 245, Health and Safety Code; Title 4, Subtitle B, Chapter 248.003(6), Health and Safety Code; Title 2, Subtitle A, Chapter 33, Texas Family Code; and Title 5, Subtitle E, Section 262.006, Texas Family Code.

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