Last Updated on February 19, 2023 by Constitutional Militia
State Law and State Legislatures: Source of WE TE PEOPLE’S Legal Authority as “Militia”
No matter how patriotically motivated, well organized and equipped, and carefully trained they may be, private groups of individuals appealing to “common law” for their authority do not and can not constitute constitutional “Militia”. No private group of individuals ever has, ever can, or ever will gain legal authority in such way. The people must be organized pursuant to State statute, which is where they derive their legal authority as State government institutions that are component parts of “the Militia of the several States”. Only through revitalization of the Militia along strict constitutional lines can WE THE PEOPLE exercise
• The Power of he Purse—WE THE PEOPLE can walk away from a collapsing Federal Reserve System by reinstituting constitutional “Money”—silver and gold—through the State, no consent from Congress is necessary.
• The Power of the Sword—WE THE PEOPLE can immunize themselves against all contemporary forms of “gun control” and insulate themselves from the para-military police state being erected across the United States under color of “homeland security” to fight the misbegotten “War on Terror”.
WE THE PEOPLE in order to gain legal authority as an institution of the State must look to our own supreme Law—the Constitution, which recognizes our sovereignty, to be implemented and exercised through the Militia institution. This is a State law concern. WE THE PEOPLE have to get the result out of our State legislatures because that accomplishes three things:
1.) It gives WE THE PEOPLE legal authority
2.) It returns WE THE PEOPLE back to the actual constitutional structure, Militia are State institutions, not private institutions.
3.) It gives WE THE PEOPLE the element of Constitutional legal immunity from intervention by the General Government (what we today mistakenly call the “Federal Government”).
We are using the term “General Government” here in a loose sense because the type of intervention rogue government officials might attempt to do would be unconstitutional, so they really wouldn’t be acting as government—WE THE PEOPLE always have to remember that. Ultimately, WE THE PEOPLE end up with the three things listed above that one cannot possibly end up with by attempting to work it from the “bottom up” through private organizations.
If we take the “homeland security” situation and base it on the constitutionally correct structure, the Militia, we are going to be able to mobilize tens of millions of people for all sorts of “homeland security” purposes. A Militia unit could be made up entirely of Quakers, who are pacifists. There could be all sorts of Militia units performing vital functions that would never have to see a firearm. We would want to train everyone in firearm safety because there will be a lot of firearms in circulation—they already are in this country. There are so many aspects today that people in Colonial period didn’t have, there are a lot of skills they didn’t have, there is a lot of technology they didn’t have. If they had had it, they would have done it, but they didn’t have it—we have it today. So we can organize huge numbers of people with many types of skills that never existed before. Far in excess of any police or emergency response forces that could possibly be raised or funded in the pattern they’re using now—these professional, elitist type forces. Simply because we have more people. Very easy. And one would think that a lot of these local police forces would be very happy that all of a sudden a process like this takes place.