This is an unofficial outline/synopsis of the document entitled, “Ten Steps to an Assembly,” by Will They Ma’Kit, provided by the Michigan General Jural Assembly to assist with creating an assembly to redress of abuse by government offices and the agents that presently occupy those offices.


  1. Appoint someone to take notes
  2. Guide the discussion into the form of an assembly
  3. Use Bill of Rights Article 1 as the people’s authority and power to do so.
  4. Plan time and place for the next meeting
  5. This meeting and the notes become the minutes and the record of the first meeting of the assembly.


  1. Three offices/officers are vital to the development of the assembly:
  • Moderator to keep order and decorum 
  • Recording Secretary/Scribe to keep minutes and gather the notes from the note takers and to maintain the record of the assembly
  • Bailiff to assist the moderator in keeping order and to break up any ruckus that may break out because of the differences in ideology about any particular issue. 

There are other offices that an assembly will desire to have in place to handle things that are on the floor of the assembly for discussion and voted into being such as Treasure, Chaplin, Historian, and other offices and positions that the assembly deems necessary to function.

 3. ELECT 25+2 “BARONS” to administer stability & security

  1. 25 plus 2 alternates needed to participate in grand jury deliberations 
  2. 25 plus 2 alternates members to establish the state level assembly. 
  3. 13 members to establish the county assembly, which also may be used as a petite grand jury. 
  4. We called this establishment of the state and county assemblies as settling the state and county under de jure jurisdiction


  1. The purpose of assembly is to move the elected people in government offices, in the direction of protecting the people’s rights and to cease abusing their office for self-aggrandizement and self benefit at the expense of the people. 
  2. This is done by making the people of the state and county aware of the existence of the assembly and that they can become members by whatever process those in the present assembly agree on by a vote that is seen to be right for the assembly, whether that is by majority, quorum, etc. 
  3. The will and desire of the people are the reason the assembly exists and that all come to a consensus and agree is the most important factor to be observed. 
  4. All who gather are to be heard and their input considered, exercising the concept that all have a voice and all in concert can speak as one voice to an aberrant agent in a government office.


  1. Publish  a notice in the “legal notices” section of the major news organ for the state level and in the local county news organ again in the legal notices section for the county. 
  2. If there is resistance to publishing these notices challenge them using the same 1st article in the Bill of Rights that they themselves use. 
  3. There are caveats to this publication which you must insist upon:
  • It cannot have a box around it as legally they have then conquered your assembly and can dictate and claim jurisdiction. 
  • Look at how attorneys have their notices published and insist upon the same courtesy. 
  • The notice must be published three weeks in a row with the paper being purchased and given to the scribe for the record. 
  • The final publishing is when the assembly reads the article into the minutes of the county board of supervisor’s board of commissioner’s board of trustees, or whatever county town hall or business meetings takes place in your location.
  • The state level publication is to be published Four weeks in a row and then the article and a notice is mailed by Registered Mail to the state governor and the state attorney general.
  • Any rebuttal will have to be counter challenged by the assembly in a way the assembly determines.


  1. Assign three or five volunteers to research and bring the finding and conclusions of evidence to the assembly 
  2. The assembly as a whole can develop the notice to be delivered to the offending government office and the agent(s) involved, or the particular statute rule ordinance or regulation that has caused harm to the people or the people’s property. 
  3. This process educates assembly members to the point that they can educate the larger community. 
  4. This is how We THE People effect change and demonstrate our ability to self-govern and hold our elected appointed and hired government agents responsible and accountable for their actions. 
  5. This is done by 1st getting rid of all their immunity codes that allow them to act aberrantly and abusive with impunity and a new power of the people to remove them from the office they hold. This includes attorneys and judges and law enforcement persons.


  1. Records are vital to the assembly to rebut and challenge efforts to minimize, do away with or ignore the communication from the assembly 
  2. The education of assembly members and community must ensue in a peaceful, lawful manner. 
  3. We THE People require our public officials to perform the duties and obligations of their office with integrity and impartiality. 
  4. The present day observation of the offices of government is a constant affront on the people’s rights. Those rights will not be protected by these government offices as the assembly reduces the power and authority of politicians and attorneys in these offices who seek total control. 
  5. These grievances are brought out by the assemblies through the use of written communications in the form of notices, FOIA requests, complaints and has to follow a developed standard so the case can be made for the repeal or removal of the office holders.
  6. These protocols that the assembly develops are crucial and the chain of evidence that helps to support the work of the assembly. 
  7. These records and the records of the assemblies work to reach the conclusion they did and the actions they took are vital to prove the status and standing of the assembly.


The continual creep of attorneys into government office and the corrupt politicians that have sold out their office for financial gain and re-election potential with favors is well known and observed. All the while they put in place enslaving legislation that is abusive and costly to the people and their nation.

The legislative process has been usurped and utilized against the people and the assembly has the function of dissecting the verbiage of these legislative documents and demanding correction or repeal. 

  1. Functions and Operations of the Assembly: guiding concepts, principals and standards to inform present and future assembly members as to how the assembly functions. 
  2. Functions and Operations of the Grand Jury that the assembly is and supports. If determined that a Grand Jury action is appropriate the deliberations can be presented as an indictment of the office and or the office holder.
  3.  Once these indictments are handled, a process to be determined, the assembly must keep communication going directed to the office that is charged with the responsibility of protecting our rights to effect the desired change.


  1. By now the assembly should:
  • Have its operations established and a record of what the assembly is doing and what it proposes to do. 
  • This includes the meetings minutes  
  • It has filled offices to orchestrate the business of the meetings and communications with the government agents at whatever level chosen to address   
  • Without a record of activity the assembly is little more than a group people meeting and discussing a wish list without any evidence of any actions taken. 
  • The minutes of the meeting, whether by physical meeting or phone meeting is the record of the identifying an infraction of the government, the proposed correctionof that infraction and the communication of the identity and proposed correction to that office. This is the purpose of the assembly and the type of dialogue communicated to government that informs them their behavior is under scrutiny by the people.

We believe that these abuses cannot be addressed by any other means rather than the long time desire to sue them in courts that are manipulated by attorneys to extort the people and obligate their labor for damages that no man or woman has caused. 

The wish of people to walk in and arrest judges and sheriffs and police for their abusive acts will not happen until the people make it their “right” to do so. 

Most states will find their efforts to hold their elected and hired government agents accountable blocked. As the assembly researches the method the government is supposed to work and how it actually does will be an experience that will rile emotions and instill anger which needs to be directed at challenging the legislated abuses and agent protective immunities to effect change.


  1. Meet at regular times to:
  • Discuss the findings of fact
  • Discuss the desired conclusions
  • Demand the correction to the problem identified in written form 
  • Compile documented evidence

2. Create state assemblies, to

  • Discuss the business of the state assembly 
  • Partake in the National Assembly call to discuss the national governments abuse 
  • Partake in developing communication of these abuses to the national government as well as the state’s congressional representatives from a unity of states position. 

Originally Presented to MGJA by Rcg,  Copyright © 2018 – 2019 National Assembly. All Rights Reserved.

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