Friday, June 22, 2018

Jural Assembly Huh??? Wazzat???

Jural Assembly
Posted By: AZLew <Send E-Mail>
Date: Friday, 15-June-2018 13:40:31

Jural Assembly
Huh??? Wazzat???
Only one of the better responses to 'how did we get ourselves into this mess?'
Which mess? The one we are all living through.
Finally coming to terms with the consequences of allowing 'money' to be created as a substitute for exchanging one's labor for something of real value.
Wow! What a heavy thought to show up here on CGI or RMN.
Mebbe so, but I'll betcha Rayelan is probably thinking 'omigosh, never thought it could happen, but yaaaay'
Jural Assembly. When people rely on eyeball contact and a handshake to exchange something of value.
In a nutshell, commerce without 'money' but mutual trust. Sometimes, if appropriate, an agreement reached in the presence of witnesses who may become the arbiters in the case of disagreement. Like a jury. But not the juries we have been aware of all our lives. Not the ones trained to pick over 'legal' details and so-called independent rationale but based on similar cases written down and interpreted by those 'trained' in the law. Somehow the training really overlooked justice, but that's another subject for a later day.
Jural Assemblies are coming back. Slowly. For some it's a hard concept to grasp, as our educational system has moved ever closer to training rather than education through discourse and thinking.
Jural Assemblies are in place - at least enough to begin to be noticed - in most of the States in this country. It's true they really are not particularly obvious. Because it is a real grass roots movement. Not packaged for consumption for 'someone else' to benefit (i.e., give me your money) from it. You know, thievery under cover of 'law.'
Jural Assembly. Google it. Surprise yourself. If it resonates, seek your own. Can't find one? Start it yourself.
'Nuf sed for now. Let's see if RMN or CGI readers have some comment!

Jural Assembly Part 2
Posted By: AZLew <Send E-Mail>
Date: Tuesday, 19-June-2018 14:15:30
There really is more.
Its the key to returning this country to its roots - as perceived by the Founders and expressed through the Declaration of Independence.
It's really easier than one would think after these last 150 years of further erosion from the Founding Principles expressed in that Declaration. There had even been some erosion during the 100 years receding that, but that would be 'normal' for the guys who were being chased out of town.
There's rumbling in more than 30 states of jural assemblies being revived. Common law is the basis. Not the corporate law that owes allegiance to (shhh - the Queen).
Google Michigan Jural Assembly. For starters.
Renew a kinship with the Founders through that search. More productive and satisfying than just more 'bitchin.'
Then stick your head out of your rabbit hole to see who else may be around in your neighborhood - or state - to link up with.
You will find that you are NOT alone!!!

  • Jural Assembly Part 2 (views: 39)
    AZLew -- Tuesday, 19-June-2018 14:15:30

    With apologies for some editing - but big thanks - to Jon Rappoport!
    "DECENTRALIZATION really becomes fascinating when you consider the formation of intentional communities based on political ideas of every stripe.
    Decentralization on every front is occurring. It isn’t always pretty, and not always on target, but that’s what you get when you get freedom. Life pushes through worn ground and explores new possibilities.
    It all comes back to the individual mind. Is that mind free and wide-ranging or is it programmed? When free minds cooperate, the choices are extensive, and success is possible in many directions.
    DECENTRALIZATION IS ALL ABOUT IMAGINATION. That is the key. When individuals conceive the futures they want, by imagining and projecting them, doors and windows into the future open. Not one future for all—but many futures side by side."
    Now you're ready for Jural Assembly Part 4! That's coming next!

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