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  • Ron Branson
    Power To The People Missouri Constitution, Art. I, Sec. 3 Dear Ed Lewis: You cite valid laws, but how are such laws useful to us without a forum of the People
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 6, 2013
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      Power To The People
      Missouri Constitution, Art. I, Sec. 3

      Dear Ed Lewis:

      You cite valid laws, but how are such laws useful to us without a forum of the People to enforce them? We are being deprived of access to the People's Grand Juries for enforcement. I am hearing now complaints of public officials holding office absent an Oath of Office, though such is mandated by our Constitution.
      "The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution." Article VI. The People are finding that even though this is clearly mandated, there is no way to enforce it.

      You state,
      "It is my understanding the fees cannot be charged for people acting in their own actions," and I am with you on this, but the People have no way to enforce it. All provisions within law are like Article I, Sec. 8 & 10 which provides that Congress shall coin money, and regulate the value thereof, and that no state shall make anything other than gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debt. "So What?"   

      The Constitution is the supreme law of the land, but it has no enforcement power. It is for this reason I have written J.A.I.L. for the People to regain enforcement power over their public officials.

      You state,
      "Our right to petitioning government for redress cannot lawfully or legally be denied for any reason." This was precisely the argument of Bob Schulz before the U.S. Supreme Court, but the U.S. Attorney argued successfully that while the people have this right, the government is not obligated to listen or to honor them." Petition DENIED, Nov. 29, 2010. You state, "Attorneys, attorney/judges, and other officials violate their Oaths of Office with every case in which they violate our right to petition and act without jurisdiction that may give the case and court created by them standing." But the courts are not concerned with standing.

      You cite to the Constitution of my home state of Missouri, Art. I, Sec. 3, 
      "That the people of this state have the inherent, sole and exclusive right to regulate the internal government and police thereof, and to alter and abolish their constitution and form of government whenever they may deem it necessary to their safety and happiness, provided such change be not repugnant to the Constitution of the United States.

      Now this is real law providing for a real remedy, but the question is, when are the People going to wake up to the fact that they are running their heads into a brick wall without instituting JAIL4Judges through this available remedy. Even the U.S. Criminal Statutes of Title 18, Sec. 241 and 242 are useless and impotent to the People without JAIL4Judges. Believe it or not, I just heard the argument to me on a radio show that FREEDOM is too expensive to acquire. By practice, it appears that everyone agrees with him. But I pointed out that our Founding Fathers said, "And for the support of this declaration, with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence, we mutually pledge to each other our lives, our fortunes and our sacred honor."

      Ron Branson
      VictoryUSA@...




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      Dear Ron,
       
      It is my understanding the fees cannot be charged for people acting in their own actions due to the facts that the people pay for the courthouse and all utilities, materials, equipment, etc. and the wages of court clerks and the administrative executives of the corporation.  We call them "judges".  For a clerk to demand the fee is extortion if one knows they are not liable for the fee.  We do not have to buy justice in any manner, especially by a chartered corporation such as city, county, and state so-called "governments", nor do we .  The same holds true on the federal level.  "[a]t common law, extortion was an offense committed by a public official who took 'by color of his office' money that was not due to him for the performance of his official duties. . . . Extortion by the public official was the rough equivalent of what we would now describe as 'taking a bribe.'" Evans v. United States, 504 U.S. 255 (1992).
       
      Our right to petitioning government for redress cannot lawfully or legally be denied for any reason.  Attorneys must pay when representing corporations and other artificial entities so that the use of our buildings, materials, etc. is paid for, the same reason that commercial gain operations that use our roadways must pay for them through licensing, etc.  We are not made liable for the use of our own roads, which has been the decision of many high court rulings, as the use of our own motorized means of conveyance on the roads owned by us cannot legally have any fees attached.  We have been duped.
       
      Title 18, Section 241, gives no exceptions for officials, as I am sure you know (plus, the above).  Title 18, Section 242, gives no exception. Under color of law can only refer to officials that act ultra virus, or commits Section 1961 et seq or any other crimes against the people.  No where in the Constitution or statutes written by government to control their actions and the actions of artificial persons created by them are excepted.   In fact they are supposed to be more controlled than people who are not officials or part of corporations, etc. that are created by government.  They - officials - do not have the authority to live every day in their official duties free of law.  It is quite the contrary.
       
      There is no state, county or city officials, or a combination of these artificial creations that has standing to carry out any action, including not hearing a case petitioned for.  They and the courts have exactly zero jurisdiction in our grievances we file for.  Attorneys, attorney/judges, and other officials violate their Oaths of Office with every case in which they violate our right to petition and act without jurisdiction that may give the case and court created by them standing. 
       
      If they had factual jurisdiction, we would be under their control, but there is no authority given for that, as "freedom" means not under government control" and so does "liberty."  One cannot possibly be free or living in liberty, including if the Declaration and Constitution for these united States had stated "...unless some bureaucrat says differently" in regards to the securing of rights and establishing the government by the people.  Such violates every every premise this land was founded on. 
       
      There is in fact no official immunity and the normal 11th Amendment claim is as false as the sun rising in the west.  It does not speak of immunity at all, because the concept was made and perpetuated by law breaking officials in their official capacities.  If officials obeyed the rule of law, the limitations on government, their Oaths of Office, and their subservience to the people, they would not carry on the myth of official immunity.  But, they don't and they continue acting as the most vile of criminal organizations, spending their careers or whatever as professional criminals quite similar to the actions of such organizations as the mafia.  They even call what used to be police, "law enforcers".  The mob and mafia had the same, the thugs that forced compliance.
       
      Missouri Law, which most people call the Missouri Constitution makes the subservience of government and it enforcers quite clear in Article I, Section 3.  I suspect every state's constitution should have a similar provision.  This is copied from the Revised Statutes of Missouri.
       

      Article I
      BILL OF RIGHTS
      Section 3


      August 28, 2005


      Powers of the people over internal affairs, constitution and form of government.

      Section 3. That the people of this state have the inherent, sole and exclusive right to regulate the internal government and police thereof, and to alter and abolish their constitution and form of government whenever they may deem it necessary to their safety and happiness, provided such change be not repugnant to the Constitution of the United States.   ....



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