Sovereignty

A sovereign is the ultimate supreme, no other has power over a Sovereign. A sovereign may delegate the administration of certain powers, but never relinquish one jot nor one tittle of ones sovereignty and still remain sovereign. If a sovereign delegates the administration of portions of ones (sovereign powers), the Sovereign may reclaim the administration of those delegated sovereign powers at will. This applies to the individual or the State to which the individual sovereign has delegated the administration of certain powers. Neither State, nor individual may relinquish any portion of sovereignty and remain a sovereign, they may only allow administration of certain powers and reclaim administration thereof at ones pleasure.

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