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:
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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?”
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).
We hope this information is helpful to you all.