Building the Republick

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Purpose, Vision, Mission

Introduction to (VPM) - Purpose, Vision, Mission for the Republick


Presentation on Purpose, Vision, and Mission for the Republick




Jeffersonian Ward Republic (JWR), Dynamic Governance (Sociocracy), & Non-Violent Communication (NVC)

Dynamic Governance 

Dynamic Governance Overview 


Answer to: Can Statutory Law compel specific performance in violation of natural rights? Q 99 of 100 days of truth

More About Governance

America's Historical Documents:

The Charters of Freedom: 

Articles of Confederation (1777-1778)

Northwest Ordinance (1787)



The US Constitution of 1787 was never ratified by the people. The "founding fathers" had not submitted their state Constitution nor the seals to the people and, therefore, did not have authority from the people. Instead, at least nine (9) founding fathers confirmed that which was implied in the first paragraph of the Declaration of Independence (1776), the Articles of Confederation (1777-1778), the Constitution of 1776, and the Northwest Ordinance (1787), namely that the political bands would be reconstructed. By continuing to legislate "political bands", they prevented "the people" in their pursuit of the happiness to which the "Laws of Nature and of Nature's God" entitle them. Pursuant to Article 1 of the Articles of Confederation, by the wording of the United States Constitution’s PREAMBLE, the national government was allowed to go corporate in 1787 as "the United States of America", continuing the stated quest of those who penned that PREAMBLE to bring about a “more perfect union” for themselves and their “posterity” by Amendments 11-27. 

For more detailed information, go to 

(Verify the linked words as they were defined in Johnson's 1785 Dictionary of the English Language.)

What are our options? The remedy is the same today as it was in 1776 with the unanimous Declaration of the thirteen united states of America:

When in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people

(1) to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and

(2) to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to which the Laws of Nature and of Nature's God entitle them, a decent respect to the opinions of mankind requires that they should

(3) declare the causes which impel them to the separation.

Current status of the united states of America Republick:

The Republick has four organic laws; The Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation to bring the 13 colonies forward, the Northwest Ordinance to bring the territories forward, and the Constitution for the united states of America (a reconstruction of an unratified draft of the Constitution), otherwise known as the Covenant of de Jure Nation-States Unite at, ratified by the people and the Continental Congress. Documents for 46 states have been brought forward so far and submitted to the Hague world court, the United Nations, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and the UPU (United Postal Union) for a lawful Republick with standing.


Understanding Money for the Delegates

Credit to the People - Resources

Just Abundance

Common Good

Common Good for the Republick



Charter for Compassion

Non-Violent Communication (NVC) 

NVC - Overview

Restorative Justice 

Restorative Justice Overview


Words, Words, Words

Glossary for The Republick 


Understanding and Dealing with the defacto

Frames of Reference

Integrity Training


Exposition Timeline

Michael Tellinger and Charlie Freak Join up the Dots with Charlie Ward

Retraxit document

Hundred Days of Truth (recorded answers to Retraxit document questions) 


Top Resources

- Ellen Brown – Web of Debt

- American Monetary Institute

- The Lost Science of Money – Stephen Zellweger

- Solari Report by Catherine Austin Fitts

- Antony Sutton 

- Our Undemocratic Constitution: Where the Constitution Goes Wrong (And How We the People Can Correct It), by    Sanford Levinson

- Fault Lines in the Constitution: The Framers, Their Fights, and the Flaws that Affect Us Today, by Cynthia Levinson    and Sanford Levinson

- Pawns in the Game, by William Guy Carr

- Global Tyranny Step by Step, by William F. Jasper 

- They Be Pirates Mate, by Bill of the Fourth Branch (forthcoming)

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