Harmless Errors and Omissions Statement for the Republic for the United States of America
The American People
For the Benefit of the
American People on the Republic for the United States of America
James Buchanan Geiger, President
Daniel Mark Owens, Vice President
John Mark Rockwell, House Speaker
Harvey Pete Moake, One Supreme Court Chief Justice
The Republic for the United States of America, the Interim government for the American People, wishes to make known that through no ill intent or willful negligence on the part of its current officers and body politic the following list of Harmless Errors and Omissions are herewith recognized.
In regard to the Restore America Plan that preceded the Republic for the United States-
Grand Juries were not the proper engines for the American People, assembled, to Notice de facto officers of their failure to abide by the Law of the Land, our Constitution. Likewise, we hold that grand juries do not have executive powers; and that all executive type orders issued by grand juries are null. See: Grand Juries in the De Jure Republic – White Paper by Republic for the United States of America One Supreme Court Chief Justice Harvey Pete Moake – February 27, 2014. However, we do hold that the American People (assembled or not) have the right to notice de facto officers of non-conformance to our Constitution.
The Republic for the United States of America further recognizes that no other books, reference materials, instructional devices, or legal precedents exist, which may be consulted on the proper manner in which to re-inhabit our vacated de jure republican form of government, and to hold said vacated seats for future occupation by the American People, except for the North West Ordinance. The Republic for the United States of America believes no other such writings or instructional means has ever existed during the history of mankind.
Due to these circumstances, and acknowledging also that our officers and bodies politic lack familiarity with corporate law, having only focused our interest on a return to Constitutional governance, the Republic for the United States of America further concedes that through no ill intent or willful negligence, other harmless errors and omissions may have occurred.
It has long been the policy of the Republic for the United States of America to remain interim, parallel, and temporary, avoiding all competition with the existing de facto US government. It is further published that any unknown existing or possible future harmless errors and omissions will be publicly addressed and rectified once said errors are brought to our attention. We welcome lawful constructive assistance of the American People in completing the re-inhabitation process. Our intent, as always, will continue to be how best to guide the American People back down the pathway towards reclaiming our inheritance, a lawful representative republic.
All – Means all, leaving no-one out.
Affirmation– A solemn declaration made under the penalties of perjury by a man or woman who conscientiously declines taking an oath, which affirmation is in law equivalent to testimony given under oath; a statement concerning a subject matter which might otherwise be only an expression of opinion but which is affirmed as an existing material fact.
America – “The territorial and jurisdictional borders of the Republic for the United States of America include all areas between the southern border of Canada to the north, the northern border of Mexico to the south, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the west, and 200 hundred miles out to sea on all coasts excluding territorial rights of other sovereign nations. Alaska and Hawaii have also requested and been accepted to be included as equal, free and independent Republics. …” see as established by the Declaration of Sovereign Intent, circa 2010.
American – One who lawfully inhabits, sojourns or domiciles on the land of America.
Anarchist– One who believes in no government, but rather incites revolt or promotes disorder in a state.
antithetical– Directly opposed or contrary to; mutually incompatible; repugnant.
common law– God’s law; a system of law founded upon the Holy Bible; natural justice, equity and common sense, which demand men and women to self- govern. In common law, contracts must be entered into knowingly, voluntarily and intentionally.
Constitution– The foundational document created for the United States of America by the Founding Fathers, Circa 1787, 1791, including the Bill of Rights; a body of written law that defines and limits the powers of the national/general government.
de jure– Existing by right or according to law; original, lawful.
Free – Not enslaved; not in a state of vassalage or dependence; subject only to fixed laws, made by consent, and to a lawful administration of such laws; not subject to the arbitrary will of a sovereign or lord; as a free state, nation or people.
God– The Almighty Creator of all things in the universe; author of the Holy Bible.
good moral character- The characteristics of trustworthiness, truthfulness, honesty, integrity, and loyalty.
1802 Naturalization Act: “…and it shall further appear to their satisfaction, (the court) that during that time, he has behaved as a man of good moral character, attached to the principles of the constitution of the United States, and well disposed to the good order and happiness of the same…”
indigenous power– Strength, ability and capacity originating and/or occurring from the natural rights given by God the Almighty Creator.
Involuntary Servitude – Enslavement of a free people against their will and without their consent.
Jurisdiction– The practical authority granted to a formally constituted body politic, which is in itself formed by a voluntary association of people.
law form of the Republic– The common law of God; the Declaration of Independence, 1776; the Constitution for the United States of America, 1787; and the Bill of Rights, 1791.
law venue– The law form under which one is being placed. The Republic law form vs. the de facto law form creates two separate law venues.
Lawful– Agreeable to, conformable to, and allowed by the law form of the Republic; constituted by law, rightful; that which is found in positive law, as opposed to codes and statutes.
Local people – People who sojourn or domicile within the territorial borders, as established by the Declaration of Sovereign Intent, circa 2010, including all natural born men and women.
natural born– One who is born to parents who are both American citizens; or who is born within the territorial/geographical boundaries of the United States of America of parents who were also both born within the territorial/geographical boundaries of the United States of America; or who is born of parents who were both lawfully nationalized American citizens.
Non-injury prosecution – Prosecution of a lawful American where there is no victim, i.e. victimless crime.
Oath– A solemn affirmation or declaration made with an appeal to God for the truth of what is affirmed, declared or to be faithfully performed; establishing one’s bond to an act to be done by word spoken and inscribed. A false oath is called perjury.
Plenipotentiary – A representative of our interim government vested with full power to transact any business; a representative, an ambassador or envoy to a foreign court or nation, vested with full power to negotiate a treaty or to transact other business.
Republic– This term refers to the “Republic for the United States of America,” which consists of a law form that is based on the rule of law as a constitutional representative form of governance with no other earthly government above it. When a state comes into union with other states, it ceases to be an individual Republic unto itself and is now a free State in the Republic for the United States of America. A Republic differs from a majority/mob rule democracy in that it lawfully secures and protects the individual’s God-given unalienable rights. These rights should not be violated by an unrestrained majority/“mobocracy.” Within the Republic, a majority may rule only in those areas where the Constitution authorizes them to rule.
Republic for the United States of America – The interim American Republic restoring operations under the Constitution of the United States of America.
rule of law– Rule of law is a prerequisite of a true Republic. To give it authority, it is positive law that is written, agreed upon, and enforced by We the People in union, through their elected representation. This is in direct contrast to an anarchy where there is no law and “ruler’s law” where one or a few make rules without the consent of the people, such as an oligarchy or monarchy. In a Republican form of government/governance, there can be no rule if not proceeding from law. The Legislative, , and Judicial Power, as well as We the People, are bound by the written supreme law of the land as stated in Executive Article VI of the Constitution.
self-govern– The act of assuming one’s personal and private responsibility and unlimited liability for one’s actions when interacting with others, causing no harm to them or their property, thus treating others as one would want to be treated; exercising one’s sovereign rights given by God.
self-governance– The exercising of one’s sovereign rights given by God; one’s personal and private responsibility and unlimited liability for one’s actions when interacting with others. This includes causing no harm to others or their property, thus treating others as one would want to be treated.
sovereign (n.)– A supreme lord or ruler; one who possesses the highest authority without controls. Some earthly princes, kings and emperors are sovereigns in their dominions.
sovereign (adj.)– Inherently belonging to and originating from God, the supreme authority.
Sovereignty– Inherent rights flowing from God’s natural laws, pre-existent to any other, secured by the law form of the Republic and vested in people which no human authority can remove.
The United States of America – Republican Government created by the Constitution, circa 1791, which inhabits the land mass defined as America (see definition of America). The Government re-inhabited by We the People on November 15, 2010.
Unalienable– That which cannot lawfully be separated, given away, taken away.
US – The “UNITED STATES,” the municipal corporation; and all subsidiaries thereof; et al.; a fictional legal entity unlawfully elevated to exist as a sovereign person governing for the people. Reference the Lawful Continuation of the Republic , October 30, 2016, by Harvey Pete Moake, One Supreme Court Chief Justice.
We the People – Local people, live men and women on the Land, on free and independent states, in Union creating the Republic for the United States of America.
Note: Reference Webster’s 1828 Dictionary for words not defined herein.
Given under our hands, invoked, and ordered by We the People on day 28 March 2017,
We, the undersigned, proclaim the foregoing to be in truth as presented by We the People and in full force and effect:
(Signed document on file)