I have never understood men's intense need to obey strangers or follow rules. It's almost if as if many people seek out someone to tell you what to do, or seek out rules to follow and then broadcast them to others, self police themselves, live in fear of transgressing such rules, and then police others, spreading fear and obedience. It perplexes me, as I was born free and prefer to remain so I don't know, is freedom really that scary?I'm not seeing any evidence at all that the United States government has any rights whatsoever to make any rules about the sky.
No native american tribe sold any "sky" or "parts thereof" in any treaty whatsoever.
Further, the United States can't plant a flag in the sky. And even if they could, that does not give you the right to suddenly own it or make rules about it.
The United States was certainly not the first to be in the sky or claim dominion of it.
Mother nature was the first in the sky, and continues to be the most prolific flying things inventor, with millions of flying creatures under her belt.
Further, there are dozens of ancient gods and goddess that proceeded the United States by hundreds and thousands of years that purportedly ruled over the sky.
Further, might does not make right. Just because you have a bigger gun, and threaten to do violence against that do not obey you, does not mean something is suddenly yours or that you morally have any more right to something than anyone else.
The sky is a commons for everyone to use and enjoy, and the United States has zero dominion over it.
You can't claim dominion of something just because it's above you. That is ludicrous. If so, anyone could claim vast quadrants of space extending out to infinity just because it was above me and I started making rules about it.
Do not believe what statists tell you that they own the sky. They do not. The bird and the clouds and the free air were there long before they came along bleeting out their corruption and rule making. Do not become a broken record yourself bleeting out these rules and rubbish from them. Instead, become a lighthouse shining out freedom.
Nobody alive today agreed to make any rules about the sky, and even if they did in some smoke filled room with their compatriots... I did not agree to it... you did not agree to it... and you can't definitively say ever that 100% people everywhere agree with anything made behind closed door, or open doors, or in any meeting, in a place where the whole wide world can not attend to oppose such machinations against freedom.
Precisely.The FAA underestimated what LSA needed to be in the US. They wanted two seat ex 103 ultralights to be the prime use; a Cub is not much different so they let that tag along
Because anarchy takes more time and effort than you think. If you accept the system's rules, it frees you from the administrative overhead of defending yourself against people who think their freedoms include taking your life, health and property. So, the rules create freedoms, in a way. A vast majority of US citizens will accept the rules, (or most of them,) because it frees them from fears of, say, marginally-trained Sport Pilots crashing into their houses.I have never understood men's intense need to obey strangers or follow rules.