~The Maine Assembly~
In the American system, the flow of power comes from the bottom up, not the top down. The fundamental “unit of government” in our system is the family. The most important discussions of public policy and law take place around the family table. So, if you think of the Assembly as a gathering point for all those family government units, you will get a sense of how our Assembly process works. All members of our Assemblies are equal participants. Some members have "offices" to fulfill, which are simply jobs that need to be done.
In our zeal to restore the de jure government of the people, and to exercise the power of self-government that we are heir to, we have to overcome years of indoctrination and institutional abuse by the top down government agents, who are in fact, under contract to serve us.
The true strength of The Maine Assembly rests with the people, their knowledge base, and solidarity of purpose. When we the people understand that the purpose of government is to protect us, that we are the employers, and that our government employees have contractual obligations— then we can stand together to enforce those obligations. It's no longer just one man on a crusade, but families, communities, and yes, a whole State, and then many States, all connected and functioning from a shared knowledge, history, and vision.
The Assembly Structure
The Maine people, refers to all Mainers who reclaim their Land jurisdiction political status as Maine State Nationals, who agree to live and work in Peace and uphold the Public Law: To do no harm to others, or their property. They are entitled to all Rights due them as a Mainer and an American,
and are all considered part of the Maine General Assembly.
They have the Right to choose to actively participate in the Maine Assembly self-governance processes, or not.
The Maine People, refers to all the Maine people who additionally step up and volunteer to serve their communities as Maine State Citizens, and actively participate in the Assembly Processes via being elected to fill the Offices of the General Assembly,
joining the International Business Assembly, joining the Jural Assembly which forms our American Common Law Courts,
or offering to serve in elected positions as Peacekeeping Officials.
The State General Assembly
Those of us who do actively participate, meet as the State General Assembly, as everyday people who gather to discuss topics and items related to governing ourselves, public policy and public law. This Assembly meets, as needed, to discuss how to manage our state assets, infrastructure, and resources. We also select people to populate the Jural Assembly, the International Business Assembly, and the Community Support Assembly aka the Militia.
Populated by living people, The General Assembly is where the decision making power of "We, the People" lies. We then volunteer for, and populate, the other Assemblies to carry out the day to day organizational structure of the judicial, protection, and business needs of our self-governing decisions, so that we can spend our time with our friends and families, in our communities, living our lives.
The State Jural Assembly
This Assembly populates from the General Assembly, and forms the Jury Pool of Maine people who are willing to perform the responsibility of providing claimants a fair hearing by a jury of their peers. People from the Jural Assembly are also selected to populate the "offices" of the People's Court.
This constructs the American Common Law Court system which upholds and enforces Public Law, gives standing to our Peacekeepers and Militia Officials, and acts as a checks and balance system for any legislation passed by the other branches of State and Federal governments through the process of Jury Nullification.
The International Business Assembly
The International Business Assembly is populated by People selected by the General Assembly to fulfill "offices" - jobs that need to be done - who function year round to conduct the day to day routine business needs of the General Assembly.
"This includes issuing Public Notices, conducting Elections, preparing ballot initiatives for the General Assembly, overseeing use and sale of State resources and serving as an interface for communications with the Federal Government. This Assembly can call the General Assembly into Special Session, if needed." *
This Assembly also interfaces with the other States of the Union to conduct business and trade internationally per the General Assemblies directives.
Community Support Assembly aka "Militia"
The people of the state comprise the body of the Militia (which in Hebrew means "the people"), whose responsibility is to perform the functions to coordinate a community response in times of emergency, natural disasters and of protection and self-defense in times of invasion or other encumbrances threatening the people on their counties and State. Our Responsibility is to be a "well-regulated body", - - meaning prepared - for these situations, in order to uphold our commitments to each other as the living people of Maine.
The Community Support and Preparedness Response Team includes all able bodies people who are willing to serve in times of need. This includes supporting fire and flood and other natural disaster response, providing food and water and child and pet care to emergency relief workers, emergency communications resources and other community support activities.
Other Land and Soil Jurisdiction Structures:
Peacekeeping Task Force
Peacekeeping Task Force
All Maine State Nationals understand the Responsibility to maintain the Peace and uphold the Public Law - to do no harm to another, nor their property.
The Peacekeeping Task Force is populated by people who step up to serve the public in additional capacities as Peacekeeping Officials.
The County Sheriff of the Land and Soil Jurisdiction is the highest level of Peacekeeping Official under the Law in his/her County.
The State Marshalls serve at the State level and also act as an interface between the State and the Continental Marshalls.
The Continental Marshalls serve in International Jurisdiction and serve in Interstate matters and are a mirror for, and interface with, the US Marshalls service who serve in the Defacto corporate structure.
~The American States Assembly~
The Maine Assembly is part of the American States Assembly
Maine, with the other 49 State Assemblies, as the Federation of States, The United States of America,
are working to reconstruct the missing American Government on both the State and Federal Levels.
First, we must rebuild and recharter the unincorporated Confederation of States of States doing business
as The States of America, which was first formed March 1, 1781, which in turn created the American Branch of the Federal government, the Federal Republic, in 1787 under The Constitution for the united States of America.
This American Federal Republic has been Missing-in-Action since the Civil War. Only "We the People" can Reconstruct it.......
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