Threats, fines, harassment, seizures even forced closures are being wielded as weapons against Americans and freedom lovers worldwide if they dare think they can earn a living for their family on their own without government assistance. The Lockdown tyrants are threatening to pull your license if you don't shut down. Tell me, what's the difference between one and the other? They both have the same result!
Solution: Beat them to the punch! Dissolve your corp or LLC, rip up the license and send it back to them. Tell them they've accomplished their mission and you are NO LONGER DOING BUSINESS WITH THE PUBLIC! Bravo! Inidentally you will no longer be collecting sales tax for them either! Double Bravo!
Your work and cash flow doesn't need to miss a beat. Instead, you have a universal right to work and to contract which will be the basis of your new PRIVATE MEMBERSHIP ASSOCIATION.
Unless your business is a government contractor you can likely benefit from a PMA. You must understand the difference between 'engaging in commerce' with the PUBLIC and working in the PRIVATE. It's a huge legal distinction. THE STATE has absolutely NO JURISDICTION over a private entity which is not beholden to THE STATE (as in a corp., partnership, statutory trust or LLC). THE STATE can control that which it creates. It also can regulate public commerce.
So ditch the corporate structure, stop doing business with the public and go PRIVATE! There are many ways to structure this to make it seemless and even fun for your patrons!
And this goes for churches too! This is no small point!
In either case we can help you set up a very special, customized, private contractual based organization in the 'form' of a trust which has absolutely nothing to do with THE STATE. It's time to COME OUT OF BABYLON! Read more below....
It is commonly accepted that we enjoy certain unassailable rights, such as association, privacy, and presumed innocence. These rights all share constitutional protection in common with explicit guarantees such as free speech. Specifically, the Supreme Court has described the right to associate as being inseparable from the right to free speech.
The right of association under the Constitution was heavily litigated in the 1950’s and 1960’s, and the Court consistently upheld members’ rights. In fact, the right of association became a cornerstone of the civil rights movement.
Gnerally speaking, the members of a private membership association do not fall under the jurisdiction of local, state, and federal governments and corresponding laws and regulations so long as the activities of the private membership associates do not present a clear and present danger of substantive evil.
Many health practitioners who are involved in natural healing which competes with Big Pharma or the 'cut and burn' AMA methods are being harassed, investigated and sanctioned by licensing agencies, law enforcement agencies and attorney generals in many states. The premise is, of course, that they are doing a great service in the name of “protecting the public.”
The solution to the problem is to convert the public patron or patient or client into a private contract member of a Private Membership Association. Under the First and Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and equivalent provisions of your State Constitution, you have the right to associate with fellow members and offer benefits and services that are outside of the jurisdiction, venue and authority of State and/or Federal agencies.
What could come under scrutiny and in some cases be considered a criminal act outside the association can be perfectly legal within the protection of a private association. This right of association is almost absolute; the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in many cases that the State cannot interfere with private association activities unless the private members are being subjected to a substantial evil that would shock a person’s moral and common sense.
The right to associate is not limited to social or political activities. This right can be utilized for business activities (e.g. sale of alcohol). Members of a private membership association have the right to private contract under the due process liberty clause of the 5th and 14th Amendments, and states may not pass laws that impair the obligation of a contract. In conclusion, under the 1st, 5th and 14th amendments we are granted due process.
Yet we must also look at the 10th Amendment; which guarantees that all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
We must look also at the 9th Amendment which guarantees certain inalienable rights to every man, woman and child. Those inalienable rights include not only the freedom of life, liberty, property, speech, assembly and due process, but any right or freedom which is not specifically given by the Constitution to the government. If the Constitution does not assign a specific right or freedom to the government, then we all have that particular right or freedom.
Those freedoms include the right of self-determination, home schooling, choice of suppliers of products and/or services, choice of lifestyle, food, drink and any right or freedom that does not infringe on the rights and freedoms of others or is a threat. In a private membership association, the members have all the rights and privileges not specifically banned by the association unless they present a clear and present danger of substantive evil.
To learn more and get started with your own PMA, join ours at members.natf.world. You'll find a detailed recorded web conference and a fillable form which you can use as your own PMA template agreement.
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