Lawful and Peaceful People of Kentucky
“Seeking first the well-being of the land of Kentucky, a place for joining voices of like-minded locals collaborating to promote prosperity for all through education to organization. At The Kentucky Assembly everyone has a seat at the round-table.”
15 or more qualifying people (State Nationals) in each county act as a Jural Assembly, those who meet requirements of age and own land in the state (State Electors) choose to elect officers (State Citizens) such as: Town/County Sheriffs and Deputies, Justices of the Peace, Coroners, Recorders, Public Notaries, Court Clerks, Bondsman. These groups create the State Jural Assemblies necessary to take up the judicial issues that affect the People and the enforcement of the Public Law—enforce the Constitutions, running People’s Courts, holding elections for Peacekeeping functions and Officials. Two Deputies, Electors from each county, act as Fiduciary Officers to meet for the State General Assembly once a year where they elect The State Executive Assembly to function throughout the year to conduct routine business for the State, including issuing Public Notices, Elections, sale of State resources, and interface for communications with the Federal Government. In turn the individual State Assemblies then give rise to a National Assembly to address the business of the union of nation states –The United States of America.
Who Are We?
- We the People of Kentucky have declared our proper status on the Court of Record as American State Nationals.
- We now stand as the natural, rightful and true heirs and stewards of the Land and Soil jurisdiction of both Kentucky, and the American Public lands and assets, superseding all other jurisdictions with a foundation of previously established Session Laws of Kentucky.
- State nationals are self-governing, and are responsible for their own choices and conduct so long as they uphold the golden rules: Keep the peace, love others as you would be loved, and freewill as long as it does no harm to others.
- Americans (in our case Kentuckyians) can choose to act as state nationals or serve an Assembly as a State Citizen but cannot hold dual citizenship and must give up their US Citizenship.
- American state nationals/citizen are the employers standing over ALL governmental US Citizens and corporate services.
- Common Law is our true Law of Land and Soil jurisdiction.
- Here is where you can learn the Lawful skills you need to declare your natural identity status and get your “Name” copyright/ownership on the proper record, and much more.
A Historic Turning Point that is Growing Fast
At the time of this writing in 2020, 40 states have assembled and are now holding elections to fill long vacated offices and setup Common Law courts. These Assemblies are the ultimate source of power to direct the federal service providers once in place.
We show discipline and organize ourselves responsibly to run our own Nation states established by our Founding Fathers; intent to improve that foundation greatly for the proper life we are meant to live.
Our Founding Fathers created the basic ideals and templates for all Living People to have the ultimate authority, to peaceably assemble, and to self-govern reasonably. We are now restoring American Common Law and holding local meetings to adapt to present and future situations.
As we work to make our way through this re-building of ourselves, lives, laws, and our states; we are growing in knowledge, establishing valuable positions, and cultivating a stable future to hand over to our children. They will be taught to be vigilant, to recognize threats, and to act assertively with conviction against any adversity that threatens our Peace.
1 – The Unanimous Declaration of Independence 4 July 1776. Read More…
2 – U.S. Bill of Rights-Amendment I: Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances. Read More…
3 – Ex parte Milligan, 71 U.S. 2 (1866). This infamous Supreme Court case, guarantees, when you have elected your own American Common Law Court at the county level, they can no longer “process” anyone claiming their natural “State National” status in that county. When you get your State level American Common Law Courts set up, they can no longer “process” anyone at the “State” level, either.. Read More…
4 – The 1779 Naturalization Act- One Page Declaration Set in place for those that wish to be considered American as opposed to British, Dutch or other various nationalities. Read More…
5 – The Constitution for the united States of America. Read More…