“TRUE LAW IS BUILT UPON MAXIMS AND PRINCIPLES”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Oct. 20, 2013) —[Editor’s Note: The following is a continuation of our interview with an organizer of the New York State Common Law Grand Jury, who explained how people in virtually all of the states are prepared to go into the courts and oversee the administration of justice as they believe the Founders had intended it, as evidenced by the creation of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Once you have that kind of control and you find a problem, you give them a written prescription, and they have 48 hours to fix it. Now you’ve taken back the whole system, and the New World Order crumbles. If we can do this in 26+ states, the whole New World Order crumbles. It’s a very simple thing. People look at this through complexity and are trained to fight every battle when all you have to do is win the courts to take the entire country back.
We have been studying law for about four years, looking at common law and trying to figure it out. Over time, we did figure it out and found some great people to learn from. We heard about the grand jury about two years ago, and we knew it was something we wanted to get involved in. We needed to learn common law and processes of the court procedures, and we were working on all of those things. At the beginning of June of this year, someone sent me a copy of United States v. Williams, which I had seen but never read. They said, “John, you have to read this.” So I looked at it and read it, and I called a few people up and they read it, and we decided we needed to change gears from “committeemen” to “grand jury.” By July 18, the first grand jury was elected here in New York in my county, and now we have 17 grand juries elected in New York, and hopefully within the next 60 days, maybe 90 at the most, we’ll have a grand jury in every county here in New York.
We have 47 states that have come on board with us. We are doing our meetings online, and some people had come in and were interested, and they wanted to copy what we were doing. So we were sharing information, and we ended up going national. We went from NewYorkCommitteemen.org to NationalLibertyAlliance.org in July, and we kept building state after state until we had 47 states on board. Some states will probably beat New York as far as getting their counties involved throughout the entire state. We have Florida, Utah, California, Ohio, Pennsylvania – just a lot of states across the board – and Washington is starting to move now.
We had the prerequisitional requirements of understanding how things worked before we found United States v. Williams. If we had found it two years ago, we probably would be making the same mistakes everybody else has made. So we were blessed to have the knowledge so that we would have the right tools to use. We have other people around us with good knowledge. We did all of this without a plan; it’s just something that happened.
Even though we’ve accomplished a lot, our accomplishments were speedy and unplanned. Every time we’d try to make a plan, we’d find ourselves going in different directions. We’re finding the right thing at the right time. Numerous times, we tried to get word out to the media, and we realized, “Well, we didn’t want you anyway.” We did interviews on radio; we talked with small groups, networking, but we didn’t want to talk to the major news networks.
Now we’re at a point where we have a major story. We’re at the point where the shot heard around the world has just happened. What we are about to do is going to bring this country back to 1789. The repercussions of what is happening here are just as great as the Declarations of Independence was, which was the birth of our country. We’re going through what I would call a rebirthing. That’s where we’re headed, and as Jefferson said, “Those who expect to be both ignorant and free, expect what never was and never will be.” So we teach people that they have to become re-educated. They have to come to the realization that their heritage is the law. They thought they had to give it to the New World Order or a lawyer, but no…you can’t give your life force to an individual who is controlled by other individuals, anyway. This is your heritage; your heritage is common law. If you get rid of common law, you’ve gotten rid of the heart of America.
We all have to become “lawyers,” lawyers of true law, which is natural law. And it’s really pretty simple because it’s so logical. Natural law runs off of maxims, and maxims of truth cannot be denied. For example, water doesn’t run uphill. Nobody can argue that point. That’s how true law is built; it’s built upon maxims and principles. It’s all about the facts. The whole focus is to find the injured party and repair it, and that’s what it’s all about. It doesn’t get any more difficult than that. Anything that may appear complex is made of complexities.
This post was updated on October 21, 2013 at 9:28 p.m.
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.