Dear Elected Representatives… Local, State, and Federal
It is amazing that after thousands of years of history with different forms of oppressive government, America is the first successful attempt, in modern times, to build a nation on the principles of freedom. Our Founding Fathers discovered that the most essential values of a representative government were those practiced by ancient Israel and the Anglo-Saxons. These well read men referred to many writings on the ancient principles of natural law to formulate our Constitution and the Bill of Rights. One such document unknown to many Americans is the Law of Nations defining the duties and obligations of states, its representatives, and individuals for maintaining a civil society. The goal of our Founding Fathers was to allow unlimited freedom with safeguards to avoid the spread of corruption which we are all now so familiar. What our Founding Fathers devised was nothing less than a miracle!
On February 07, 1788, in a letter to Marquis de Lafayette, George Washington wrote: “It appears to me, then, little short of a miracle, that the delegates from so many different states (which states you know are also different from each other, in their manners, circumstances, and prejudices) should unite in forming a system of national government.”
On December 09, 1787, in a letter to Thomas Jefferson, James Madison wrote: “It is impossible to consider the degree of concord which ultimately prevailed as less than a miracle.”
How will people sustain such a miracle? The only answer is… through strong self-government! But, a strong self-government can only be realized precinct by precinct.
The people of America deserve leadership, truth, and the facts! By the lack of leadership, truth, and disingenuous omission of the facts, our local, state, and federal representatives have failed the American people. And, yes… the American people have failed to retain the knowledge necessary to rule their own country.
Thomas Jefferson wrote: “The article nearest my heart is the division of counties into wards. These will be pure and elementary republics, the sum of all which, taken together, composes the state, and will make of the whole a true democracy as to the business of the wards, which is that of nearest and daily concern. The affairs of the larger sections, of counties, of states, and of the Union, not admitting personal transactions by the people, will be delegated to agents elected by themselves; and representation will thus be substituted where personal action becomes impracticable. Yet, even over these representative organs, should they become corrupt and perverted, the division into wards, constituting the people… a regularly organized power, enables them by that organization to crush, regularly and peaceably, the usurpations of their unfaithful agents, and rescues them from the dreadful necessity of doing it insurrectionally. In this way we shall be as republican as a large society can be, and secure the continuance of purity in our government by the salutary, peaceable, and regular control of the people.” [“Ward” and “Precinct” are synonymous]
Our Founding Fathers were fully aware that they must create a system of government that would allow People’s Law rather than Ruler’s Law to prevail. Under Ruler’s Law, government assumes all power and imposes its will on the people. At the time, our Founding Fathers lived under Ruler’s Law, and for them, that was not an option.
Any representative of the people unwilling to educate, promote, and enlighten the people of the true business of the wards and precincts, the root of people’s law, does not deserve to represent a free people. To represent means to serve and fulfill the wishes of the people with dignity, honor, and truth… it is time for truth!
This miracle formula has been hidden from the people for so many years it was nearly lost! I believe, by design, this knowledge has been allowed to escape the American people… but no more! More and more people are learning the true business of the wards and precincts… and the days are numbered for those representatives unwilling to promote the truth.
Our Founding Fathers rediscovered the ancient principles of People’s Law and Natural Law, determined to establish Rule of Law based on those ancient principles. All of our Founding Fathers lived under Ruler’s Law… not to be confused with the Rule of Law. They envisioned Power of the People”.… not Parliamentary Supremacy. George Washington wrote: The power under the Constitution will always be in the People.”.
I have worked endless hours in an attempt to enlighten the American people of the true business of the wards and precincts. This is where local people are actively engaged running their government by electing their precinct representative. For years, these positions have been virtually vacant thus eliminating any chance for true representation of, for, and by the people. This is reprehensible and can no longer be tolerated. For this reason, I am writing you, and I call on you to inspire the American people through the knowledge of their rightful place, duties, and obligations as citizens of a free nation.
I’m asking you to join me in this effort of reeducating the American people and to enlighten and encourage them to fulfill their obligations as citizens. They have a right to know and your obligation is to them… not self-interest!
If you are interested in the advancement of truth, and wish to make a statement of your commitment to educate, promote, and enlighten the people of the true business of the wards and precincts, please contact me (Please… no boilerplate responses!) using the contact from at http://www.nationalprecinctalliance.org/contact . All responses, or lack thereof, will be made public.
I would like to end with this quote from Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a theologian executed by Hitler… “to not speak is to speak; to not act is to act”.
My Very Best,
National Precinct Alliance