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Easy way to find contact info for O.J. Governors

Postby Teneagles » Tuesday February 28th, 2006 8:07 pm MST

ZTE wrote:Can you please email me proper contact information for my republic.
Thank you.

After searching forum messages I found that to get the contact information on any state, one just uses the link:

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http://www.teamlaw.org/Government/Statename.htm
replacing Statename with the respective State’s name. Also note, the State’s name must be spelled in proper noun format; that is to say with the first letter of state’s name capitalized. (ie. Montana.htm not montana.htm) … So for Montana the proper address is:

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http://www.teamlaw.org/Government/Montana.htm

I hope this helps others trying to find their State’s original jurisdiction Governor.
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re: Easy way to find contact info for O.J. Governors

Postby Admin » Friday March 17th, 2006 12:43 am MST

:h: Teneagles:
Though the method you provided works, it is easier to just use the function provided on our Governor’s Corner page.

The original jurisdiction gubernatorial status and contact information for each State’s Governor, as provided to Team Law, is updated to each State’s respective page on our websites, which pages are accessed by scrolling to the bottom of the Governor’s Corner page and clicking on the State in the interactive map.

Anyone concerned with making contact beyond the information so provided should contact Admin via a private message to see if Team Law can get their governor to either contact them or provide them unpublished contact information we may have.
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Re: Information about O.J. Governors

Postby Admin » Friday January 2nd, 2009 10:51 am MST

:h: Everyone:
This post this a response to a deleted post that is no longer in this topical thread. That deleted post requested a list of private phone numbers of original jurisdiction governors be posted on the web. The original request was eventually deleted for the following causes:

From time to time we delete content from our forum for three reasons:
  1. The space available for managing this forum is finite therefore we have to periodically delete posts that are serving little purpose or that are so old that they have already served their purpose.
  2. We delete abusive comments related to any party.
  3. Finally, we delete or appropriately edit messages that fail to follow our Forum Rules.
Whenever we edit or delete the content of any message we always send a private message to the party that posted the message with an in depth explanation of the reason for the edit or deletion.

Though that post necessitated deletion, we feel like our response to that post was important to the forum, so we left it here, as follows:[hr][/hr]Please understand, we have no control over the information the original jurisdiction governors want posted on the web. We oblige their interests in providing the limited information they offer for publication and we hope those that use the service will be respectful of their privacy. The simple fact remains that the process of seating original jurisdiction governors and the whole of our original jurisdiction government is in its infancy. The task will not be possible to properly complete until the general body populace of this entire country is aware of and in support of that process. That process does not require phone numbers of the original jurisdiction governors. For crying out loud, when was the last time you needed to call a Governor of a State? My expectation is — never. Further, what do you expect the likelihood is that you can call the state capital and talk to the Corp. State governor on the phone. What is the chance that you can call a Corp. State governor at their home? Unless you are a personal friend the chance of that is nil.

Now let’s look at the reasons anyone might need to call a governor on the phone.
If you want to offer your support, simply perfect your right to vote and vote for them.
Q. Does that require a phone call?
A. Absolutely not.

How about the Corp. State is abusing you in some way and you want the original jurisdiction governor to step in and help you with that matter.
Q. How could the original jurisdiction governor help?
A. The original jurisdiction governor has nothing to do with the Corp. State. Your relation to the Corp. State is one secured by your own private contracts with the Corp. State and the original jurisdiction governor is forbidden by our Constitution from interfering with your private contractual relations—no phone call could possibly help in any such matter.

You might then begin to get to the crux of the matter and ask,
Q. “What then does an original jurisdiction governor do?”
A. This answer should be obvious, they govern.

Q. “Govern what?”
A. Govern the government. The country’s Constitution and State Enabling Acts forbid them from governing the people.

Q. “Well if the main function of the chief administrative official in an original jurisdiction State is to govern the government and the Governor is the only official in the State government, who does the Governor govern?”
A. Himself.

Q. “Then why do we need them?”
A. We need them to fill the seat until all of the original jurisdiction State Governors’ seats are filled and then we need them to appoint original jurisdiction Senators to fill the vacant original jurisdiction national Senate so that Senate can confirm a Presidential election held by the original jurisdiction Electoral College; thus, reseating our original jurisdiction President of the United States of America. Only then can we officially take our nation back with the support of our military and the people of our country.

Q. “Wow! Isn’t that a greater task than we can accomplish?”
A. Only if we quit or if we get off point of the necessary tasks by getting caught up in useless arguments that have nothing to do with the tasks at hand.

The bottom line: There are almost no good reasons for anyone needing to call original jurisdiction governors in their official capacities or any need for any of their phone numbers to be published on the internet today; nor is there any good reason to track them down to communicate with them about personal problems or desires (there is not likely anything they can do about such matters).

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Re: Information about O.J. Governors

Postby BrianKeithMeyer » Friday January 2nd, 2009 10:52 am MST

You have forgotten one thing, that the Governor may also fill all seats within the state with appointments, then also appoint a Senator then of course the President. But in going strickly up the ladder, there are the support structures, when the full appointment of President is complete. I have many who would be happy to be appointed and are ready, willing an able. Further, the voting of a Senator, is not necessary out of voting term in most consitutions. The Gov. may appoint also above him, which is evidenced by the vacant corporate seat in Illinois.

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Re: Information about O.J. Governors

Postby Admin » Friday January 2nd, 2009 10:54 am MST

:h: BrianKeithMeyer:
It is not that we forgot anything in our response, it is simply that we did not separately note the governor’s ability to seat such officers. We did note those facts on our website as the primary reason we must seat the original jurisdiction governors was so that they can seat the original jurisdiction Senate of the United States of America. However, until that task (seating all State governors) is completed, there is no real need for the governors to seat any other officers. Doing so would merely complicate the process and create an expensive overhead that has no functional purpose until we can with unity lawfully reseat the original jurisdiction’s national Presidency. When that time comes, the governors do need to be ready to step into action.

Until then (all State governors are seated), Senator Madsen has asked them (the ones already seated) all to bide their time by getting prepared with constitutional studies and studies of their respective corporate state’s CAFR.

Doing more than that would likely be counter-productive to the overall purpose of saving our Constitutional Republic and ourselves.

As to “voting” to seat such an original jurisdiction Senator; that is only done at the State Legislature level; however, if the proper body of the State Legislature is not in session at the time when an original jurisdiction United States of America Senate seat becomes vacant, the original jurisdiction Governor of the State can then appoint the Senator—that is the only manner the Constitution for the United States of America provides for seating a Senator in the nation’s Senate.

When we first started the movement to reseat the original jurisdiction government, we also began seating the Senate fully. It proved to be less than effective at that time and the Senate then seated that it would not provide any benefit to maintain all of those seats until we had more to do, which time will not come until we can properly participate in the process of restoring the Presidency and through him, the Judiciary and the balance of Congress; of course, that time will not come until all of the governor’s are seated.

Thus, we focus on helping all of the states seat their governors. When that time comes (all governors are seated), we will then spread our focus to reseating the Electoral College. For now, that is the purpose and focus of our nationwide support of people researching (and securing) their landownership Titles (land patents).

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Contact info for O.J. Governors

Postby Isaiah » Wednesday January 14th, 2009 6:22 pm MST

I would like contact Information for the Michigan governor? The address posted came back as undeliverable.
I would like to communicate or meet with any one from Michigan.
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Re: Contact info for O.J. Governors

Postby Admin » Thursday February 12th, 2009 2:10 pm MST

:h: Isaiah:
The information we posted for each State’s governor is the information they provided us for such contacts. We do all we can to provide accurate information to support each State in keeping their Governor’s office elected and seated. We cannot provide more personal information from the governors than they have provided us.

With your request, we did update the e-mail contact link for your original jurisdiction Governor. The account is new, so we do not know if your Governor will be responding to it yet. We have had no problem contacting your Governor; we know him personally. He is a wonderful man and worthy of his election and support. Michigan is fortunate to have such a Governor.

The generic answer to question regarding contacting State Governors is found at Re: Governor Vacancies.

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