...-instituting the right to access to self destructive materials.
That right already exists. For example,
alcohol is available to those who are of the legal age as are cigarettes
and both of these items are self destructive materials (or so we are told).
Both are also heavily taxed and both are huge money makers, wherever they are sold.
And, both of these "self-destructive materials" are available for purchase on most if not all American military bases.
Insofar as alcohol is concerned,
it appears that we r all defended by the 21st Amendment,
which repealed the 18th Amendment, but concerning any other drug
or self destructive material (e.g., cigarettes), I suspect that it is
the government 's attitude that it merely LET 's
us use them,
in the exercise of its discretion. In other words, government
fails to recognize that it WAS NEVER GRANTED JURISDICTION
to interfere with our decisions in those matters.
When the temperance ladies sought to enact the Prohibition of alcohol,
thay freely acknowledged that an amendment of the Supreme Law of the Land
(the 18th Amendment) was necessary to vest government with any authority to DO
but when the war on drugs began, thay simply FAKED jurisdiction
instead of re-amending the Constitution for a new Prohibition.
Accordingly, jurisdiction is a hoax