de jure ASSEMBLY
Your 1st Amendment in Action
NEW YORK de jure ASSEMBLY COMMON LAW GRAND JURY
Unlike the European model described in the Magna Carta where the King descended to the level of the people to establish laws that were common to the King and the people, the American Republic has never had a King or a class of Nobility that sits above the people. We the People are the founders of this country, and the idea of Sovereignty being held by the people has been a theme of this land long before the Europeans settled it. The Iroquois Indians have the world's oldest living constitution and it's still in force.
The Iroquois had the Great Peace Counsel or the Long House Counsel that was the governing body made up of all those who wanted to participate and be heard. From this concept we derive our lawful right to assemble and call a grand jury.
With years of experience and examples set by the National Liberty Alliance and the National Assembly, the New York Assembly was recently called into action.
Every County can form their own respective Assembly to deliberate and decide what the laws are for each respective area. This is how it was established from the beginning. It's only natural for us to live with and around others with like values and ideas about religion, education, culture, and social preferences. It's the right of the people to decide what that community looks like.
Topic: New York Assembly Weekly Public Meeting
DATE: Every Thursday
Time: 8 PM EST
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