Issues for Every State
Every state in the union of several states is responsible for securing their rights for the state and the people within it. However, this has been severely overlooked for too long. The issues at hand are states' rights, individual rights and freedoms and the restrictions placed on the federal government by its charter, the Constitution, The DOI and The Articles of Confederation.
Here is a short list of the most important issues for the states to secure for their people and the land, water and air they rely upon.
All states must immediately move to do the following;
Here is a video in support of this.
Pick it up after the introduction at about minute 5:30.
This is a good start for ANY state in the union. So, if you were wondering where to start doing something instead of talking about it, here is a good place to begin.
You need to bring these demands to your state representative and tell him, don't ask him to immediately move to return state and individual sovereignty to his constituents or face troubling times ahead, due to his violations of his Oath of Office.
See Attached file Please
I read your deposition and the assessment of your ability to stand trial at the end. My opinion is that it would seem that this case is very involved and complicated. If everything I read was accurate, I think challenging jurisdiction might have been a good start. That would have allowed you to establish your own venue and court of record.
You seem to have undergone quite an ordeal or two to put it lightly, but if you truly are knowledgeable of the process of securing one's sovereignty and thus control of one's life, liberty and offspring, then you know that there is no justice in their venue and you can't walk the fence. You have to commit to the process and the paperwork.
Unfortunately, you may have to compromise at this point to retain some form of a life outside litigation. We all want justice in our courts and a return to a lawful administration, but individual cases are too numerous and disconnected from each other to forward the remedy.
We must hold them all independently accountable for their individual violations of rights, if such occurs, but an overarching paradigm shift is needed to correct the actual problems with which we currently labor.
When you stated Ban the Fed. You also said drop the gold standard. I believe you meant to restore the gold standard.
No mistake Robert,
There is not enough gold to back our dollar. When they made gold the standard, the intent was to limit the flexibility of currency. History will show that other metal standards worked far better. Brass and bronze are good examples. There is more to be had and so it is therefore a better way to trade your paper back in for metal. There's more of it. Simple.
The other option is "He who has all of the gold makes all the rules". That gold standard was created by the elite and powerful to keep them powerful.