Our Protection

This rests firstly in the will of our Creator, and as we are endowed with inalienable rights therefrom, so too our creation NAHWA.

NAHWA is formed within the land mass bordered by ocean and commonly known as North America, within the political subdivision of what is commonly known as the United States of America, and within the framework of a political system operating therein which recognizes the Sovereignty of the people and the right to free association as well as other rights enumerated or retained.

It is here the government is instituted by the people to defend and protect those rights. Further, the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution, specifically amendments 1, 4, 5, 9, 10 & 14, provide a basis of protection for our association while serving as an inviolate reminder that such rights exist and those working for government have a duty to uphold and defend those rights.