MEMORANDUM. Lat. To be remembered; be It remembered. A formal word with which the body of a record in the court of king's bench anciently commenced. Townsh. PL 486; 2 Tidd, Pr. 719.
The following is a series of communiqué to all the oath takers within our state. Although these memo’s are written to New York oath takers they can be used in any state you need only change the name of the state.
The purpose of these memorandums are to start a dialog with all the oath takes which are the present gate keepers of our judicial process in your state’s counties. They are our sheriffs, bailiffs, court clerks, county clerks, and judges. They need to be aware of us and should be talking about us at the water coolers and coffee pot, so that when we gain access into our courts they will understand what’s going on and that the survival of America is dependent upon just courts and government servant's obedience to the law.
These people went to the same government controlled schools that we went to, so they are as dumb down as we were. Therefore we need to re-educate them and we can do that with weekly memorandums. The problem is that these oath takers have taken oaths to defend and uphold the constitution for the united States of America, but they do not understand the constitution to defend it, so the truth is, whether they realize it or not, they lied. How can they defend and uphold what they don’t understand. Therefore we the People must educate them and if they are not willing to be educated they need to leave office and if they refuse to leave we the People have a duty to remove them.
Every state should have a State Coordinator who should be organizing the county leadership at which point we the People should be organizing, attending NLA’s Monday night call, weekly on line state meetings, studying Common Law, court procedure, court process, and should have an active educational program in place for the oath takers, through memorandums.
We need to make oath takers aware of who we are, what we are doing, and by what authority. As time moves on many will become our supportive, start to become constitutionally literate, and only then will they come to realize that they need the People to take back the courts, in order to make things right. As Jefferson said: "An enlightened citizenry is indispensable for the proper functioning of a republic. Self-government is not possible unless the citizens are educated sufficiently to enable them to exercise oversight. It is therefore imperative that the nation see to it that a suitable education be provided for all its citizens.”
- Broome answer to memo 2-12-14
- 14-2-25 Memo to oath takers
- 14-2-20 MEMORANDUM
- 14-2-10 MEMORANDUM
- 14-03-25 memo Sovereign
- 14-03-21 Dear Sheriff
- 14-03-01 Sheriff Franklin Co Letter and Answer
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