I believe that certain inalienable rights exist a priori, but so what?
Reality may include certain rights, but it does not include any means to enforce said rights. Without the means to enforce them, rights do little good except as starting points for ground-laying.
This correlates with one of my most profound observations.
When someone is wronged and he has some effective recourse available, he puts most of his time and effort into pursuing redress, revenge or whatever.
The man who laments long and bitterly that his rights are being violated—even if he has legitimate grievances—is advertising his own impotence to do anything but complain.
The Sovereign Citizens make me cringe, because when have The Powers That Be given a flying leap about arguments based on someone's perception of "Right and Reason"?
All they care about is raw power and the status quo.