What is an Assembly?

An Assembly is a self-governance structure for the communal stewardship of one’s land and community. It is the first and most important branch of a 5 branch structure.

It is a gathering-together of neighbors, county by county, placing the power in the hands of We The People.

Because the power sits in the county Assembly, this means that the state and national levels cannot come into the county and tell the county what to do.

There are no political parties or leaders in this structure. 

Representatives, voted for in each county, are simply messengers carrying the VOICE of their Assembly to the nation=state. These representatives are instructed by their county Assemblies. They do not instruct the county on what to do.

More Info on an Assembly

An Assembly is our God-given right.

The 1st Amendment to the Bill of Rights PROTECTS our God-given right to Assemble.

 1st Amendment

“Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

The purpose of the Assembly is to be the explicit VOICE of We The People.

We tell our public servants what we want done and don’t want done in our county.

Our public servants are the 3 branches of government that we are familiar with: The Executive, The Legislative and The Judicial. These public servants are our employees. They work for us.

The power of the Assembly is to be able to convene a Common Law Grand Jury (CLGJ) – the second most important branch of a 5 branch system. Also known as the “ 25 Sureties of the Peace”, the CLGJ comes to us from Article 61 of the Magna Carta in 1215AD. The CLGJ has 3 primary responsibilities:

  1. Protect innocent people from unjust charges from those in power
  2. From evidence given to it and from its own investigations, make sure the bad actors are standing trial.
  3. Audit every branch of government to root out corruption

Section 61 Magna Carta

For God, for the kingdom, and for peace with the barons, the king agrees to this list of promises, which shall endure forever. Twenty-five barons are empowered to make sure the king abides by his promises. These barons are allowed to take action against the king if he fails to follow through. The barons may even resort to taking the king’s castles, lands, and possessions. But they may not harm the king or his family physically. The specific procedures for how matters will be decided by the barons in such a case are detailed.

Did you know …

Our educational system withheld the truth and never taught us about the 2 hidden branches of government ?

How many decades have textbooks omitted this information of truth ?

The Assembly is made of The People, by The People and for The People.

It is the most important branch of government because it puts We The People in charge.

We the People are the bosses!

When we Assemble, we return the power back to We The People.

In law and government, de jure describes the practices that are legally recognized regardless of whether the practice exists in reality or not.

The original Constitution for the united States of America was never removed: it has simply been dormant since 1871. It is still intact to this day.

This fact was made clear by Supreme Court Justice Marshall Harlan (Downes v. Tidwell, 182, U.S. 244 1901) by giving the following dissenting opinion:

“… two national governments exist; one to be maintained under the Constitution, with all its restrictions; the other to be maintained by Congress outside and Independently of that Instrument.”

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