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“We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.--That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, --That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to affect their Safety and Happiness.” DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE

We the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” CONSTITUTION FOR THE UNITED STATES

“If anyone has been dispossessed without the legal judgment of his peers, from his lands, castles, franchises, or from his right, we will immediately restore them to him; and if a dispute arise over this, then let it be decided by the five and twenty Jurors of whom mention is made below in the clause for securing the peace. Moreover, for all those possessions, from which anyone has, without the lawful judgment of his peers, been disseized or removed, by our elected or appointed servants, we will immediately grant full justice therein.” MAGNA CARTER 52

No person shall be held to answer for a capital, or otherwise infamous crime, unless on a presentment or indictment of a Grand JuryBILL OF RIGHTS AMENDMENT V

The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.  BILL OF RIGHTS AMENDMENT X


The purpose of the committee is primarily humanitarian; to protect, defend and support the Constitution for the United States of America and to assist the Jury Administrators in securing the rights of the people during troubling times. During normal times, the COS passes all its duties to the elected Committeemen. In troubled times, the COS is to take back up the duties of the Committeemen.

Committees of Safety, historically speaking, empowered the people at the grass roots to return control of their local government to the People. The Independent grass roots “County” Committee of Safety and the “County Common Law Grand and Trial Jury Administrations are part of a National plan by the People to take back their government.

The Common Law Grand Jury is working in the Federal Courts exposing the enemies of Liberty both foreign and domestic in an effort to collapse their wall of resistance and take back our Judiciary. The Committees of Safety are needed to fill the power vacuum with “the People,” thereby taking back control of our political process at the grassroots level. Both the County Committee of Safety, a/k/a Committeeman, and the Grand and Trial Jury County Administrations are the process by which We the People consent to government, it is our unalienable right.

In 1774, the various Committees of Safety called for the First Continental Congress. Delegates to that Congress went from town, to county, to Provincial level Committees, before being selected to go to Philadelphia. In Western Massachusetts, Committees of Safety forced the resignations of rouge judges appointed under the Massachusetts Government Act (1774).

The “Committee of Safety” is the very same method that our founding fathers used to take control of their local governments. These “Committeemen” (COS’s) built the nation we inherited and are now losing to tyrants today. We the People, through the true elected Committeeman (COS) at the Grass Roots, will take control of our local, state and federal governments by simply requiring them to obey the “Supreme Law of the Land” and thereby perform their Constitutional duties.


The goal of the Committee of Safety is to maintain safety in the community by requiring our servants in government to obey the Constitution and the Constitutional Chain of Command during a National Emergency, whereas the Peoples’ Bill of Rights will be protected and secured by our only Elected Constitutional Law Enforcer, the County Sheriff.

FEMA has engaged a national "readiness exercise" under the code name REX 84 which called for the suspension of the Constitution and the turning of complete control of all local governments over to FEMA while using UN troops to keep law and order during a National Emergency. FEMA's plan leaves out the most important part of rebuilding America, We the People and a Free and Independent Local Government! The end-result of REX 84 is a NWO America without our 1789 Constitution. We the People, through the Committee of Safety, will prevent this by informing and educating our elected and appointed servants within our local governments. Our government is still intact; it’s just shrouded by the veil of corporatism.


The committee has four objectives:

1) Community preparedness concerning chain of command during a local or national emergency;

2) During a local or national emergency, if there is no Jury administration, the committee of safety is to oversee and insure that all positions of power treat people with compassion and that rights are not violated.

3) During a national emergency, the committee of safety is responsible for assisting the settling of displaced people.

4) The committee of safety is responsible for the safety of all people within their county.


The committee will have two officers: Chair and Co-chair

When voting on resolutions, if both chairs are not present, signature can be achieved between meetings.


The committee of correspondence is a sub-committee and will have two officers: Chair and Co-chair. When voting on resolutions, if both chairs are not present, signature can be achieved between meetings. The committee of correspondence will prepare a written report concerning all correspondence for approval and advice.


Responsible for collecting donations, over-seeing fund raising, purchasing and giving an account at the beginning of every meeting; Collections (donations, passing of the can) will take place at the beginning of every meeting and will include spectators. When voting on resolutions, if the treasurer is not present, signature can be achieved between meetings.


This position requires some secretarial skills. When voting on resolutions, if the secretary is not present, signature can be achieved between meetings.


• Schedule regular committee meetings;

• Develop written agendas for conducting meeting;

• Conduct the committee meeting;

• Approve committee correspondence and reports;

• Supervise the preparation of meeting minutes;

• Chairs serve at the pleasure of the committee.


In the absence of the chair, assumes the duties of the chair; perform other duties as directed by the chair.


Responsible for collecting donations, over-seeing fund raising, purchasing and giving an account at the beginning of every meeting.


Maintain all files and keep minutes. Minutes of the last meeting are to be read at the opening of the meeting and approved by all or corrected and then entered into the record.


The election of a new chair or vice-chair will be held during the monthly committee meeting whenever a motion to replace the chair is made by two-thirds vote.


Time is short, a monetary collapse can happen at any time. Until the committee can establish a relationship with the Sheriff and all town and city governments, the committee should meet every Tuesday at 7PM eastern to plan and give an account of all activities within the week establishing said relationships. After which the committee will meet the 1st and/or 3rd Tuesday of the month at 7 PM eastern. Mondays & Thursdays shall be left open so members can attend national organization meetings. This is critical so that People can Organize, Communicate and become Educated and thereby grow and be informed on a national level.


Each county should seek out at least one HAM Radio operator. HAM operators are already prepared for emergency communications, so they should be easily approachable with our plan. NLA has information on becoming a HAM Radio operator. Everyone should buy at minimum a HAM handheld radio that can be purchased at During an emergency, NLA will be transmitting every evening at 9PM EST with vital information and continuing education information. The sub-Correspondence committee chairman should download all educational and informative material at for dispersing among members should the web go down.


Each member has one vote.

All voting is done in public by the counting of hands.

Two thirds of the members constitute a quorum.

A majority vote of attending members is required to approve all committee decisions.

Member must be present to vote, proxy votes are a wrongdoing and are unacceptable.


The agenda will be prescribed by the order in which the committee conducts its business.


Minutes will be recorded at each committee meeting and distributed to all committee members at the next meeting. The secretary will retain a copy for three years. The minutes will include all reports, evaluations and recommendations of the committee. The minutes will also identify committee members who attended monthly meeting and representatives who were absent.




We the People on __________ ____, 2021 through the YOUR State YOUR County Committee of Safety adopt this Charter.

Chairman: ____________________________

Co Chairman: _________________________


Secretary: ___________________________


Treasure: ___________________________





ajubilant1's picture

Those are some great points! Yes, that should engage them and smooth and streamline a possibly awkard conversation. I find Zoom is a great tool these days, not because I subscribe to scamdemic fears but out of ease and it makes it better to see what intent is beind someone's eyes.  And they can see into yours and a position as importance of committee man can't be bought off no matter what and it will shine thru! .
Best of luck!May God bless your efforts

ajubilant1's picture

I just saw your message, if you didnt hear back on this yet. I think Jan is the contact, very helpful.

jan@nationallibertyalliance.orgGod Bless!


Liberty Now's picture

I don't know what you've prepared but I am in the process of setting out MY plan of attack. Most people are very concerned about what's going on in their towns--ours is ridiculously run by the left. I want to ask people questions about what THEY think about how their town is run, what they think of those who run roughshod over them locally, how they are faring with the property taxation, etc. What do they think should be done?

Most  of the everyday people have no idea about what questions to even ask....they have no foundation from which to work. In my mind, a natural progression would be: (1) what do you think of those who are public servants* locally? (2) What kind of person would you vote for............and why? (3) How can we even get good people to run? (4) Do we HAVE to have "professionals" running our towns? (5) Alternatives?

I am thinking that questions like these might pave the way for a discussion of what the real committeeman would about what his real job SHOULD be. (6) Why don't people know these things? (7) How do WE know these things or how can we learn these things?

Public servant(s) is a foreign/new term to many because they've been steeped in the "officials" terminology. Think how that appears to totally invert the relationship between someone who is elected and the one who voted. It elevates the "official" and makes the people subservient when just the opposite is the truth. WE, the people voted for our public servants; THEY answer to us. Just that very idea is exhilarating to me; it opens a whole realm of possibilities to me and puts the power back in the hands of the people.

This might not be what you were asking so if it isn't, feel free to ignore it. :-)

eli's picture

Has any one gotten to their first meeting yet? I need some coaching. Lots of people seem interested in the comitteeman process but its surreal to most. I think If I printed out the forms I could show them that it is within reach, I could explain how many people need to sign their petition and other requirements, etc.