This brief article/resource was researched, compiled and written by the NewEarth University School of Natural Law faculty and staff volunteers as part of its growing library of sovereignty resources.
Whether it be questions directed at oneself in the form of self-inquiry or questions directed at those who seek to subvert one’s inherent sovereignty, the art of asking questions is the holy grail of absolute sovereignty made manifest. S/he who is asking questions is “as-king.”
When one finds oneself being imposed upon by an actor seeking to assert their perceived authority, there are very few things one can say (aside from first learning procedure) which will not unwittingly grant that authority to the actor.
In any given situation, there are only really five ways one can respond to a question:
To answer positively, thereby acquiescing to authority or allowing the presumption of authority to continue and solidify,
To answer negatively, often creating a controversy where before there was none,
To maintain silence, which amounts to a tacit acceptance of whatever assumption the questioner elects to make,
To make some form of statement, which one will now have the burden to prove, or
Ask a question, to gain further clarity.