Help raise funds to STOP the Tyrannical Overreach

Help raise funds to STOP the Tyrannical Overreach

From Donna Allon

Funds are needed to help stop the tyrannical overreach. Documents need to be filed, filings need to be sent by certified mail, zoom meetings need to be paid for to help teach the people what their rights are etc.

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We have the legal document ready to take action but we need help immediately.  We need people to sign the document AND we need the funds to file, deliver, produce further and future documents and to pay where we need to in order to stop this tyrannical overreach.  We also need the funds to continue educating the people through meetings (in person and zoom meetings) on what their rights are, how to assert, articulate and defend them.  One person can not do it alone. Help IS NEEDED to benefit all Alabamians in stopping the tyrannical overreach NOW or else any rights/freedoms/liberties we have will be harder to preserve for future generations.  We can not let our children and grandchildren suffer like we currently are.  It is our DUTY to do what our Founding Fathers fought so hard for and thats to take a stand and preserve our freedoms.  If you are interested in "wet" signing the Remonstrance (Article I Section 25 of the Alabama Constitution) that redresses Alabamians grievances, send an email to Stop The Tyranny AL at gmail.com. (remove spaces, remove the word "at" and replace with @..... FIRST) If you are interested in e-signing with verification, send an email to Reopen Remonstrance at gmail.com.  (remove spaces, remove the word "at" and replace with @....FIRST).  If you are interested in joining our meetings either in person or via zoom meetings to discuss further legal action, send an email to We Stand ON the Constitution at gmail.com (remove spaces, remove the word "at" and replace with @.... FIRST) to join.DO YOU WANT TO KNOW HOW MANY OF YOUR RIGHTS ARE BEING VIOLATED?  Lets take a quick look and see:  Blacks Law Dictionary - The word "liberty" includes and comprehends all personal rights and their enjoyments.  Rosenblum v. Rosenblum, 1 8 1 Misc. 78, 42 N.Y. S 2d 626, 630. As you all know,  Alabama Governor Ivey and State Health Official Scott Harris ordered unconstitutional statewide mandates for the people of Alabama, therefore violating our unalienable liberties and freedoms, including but not limited to our:1.  Freedom from duress; freedom from governmental interference in exercise of intellect, information of opinions, in the expression of them, and in action or inaction dictated by judgment.  Zavilla v. Masse, 1 1 2 Colo.  183, 147 P. 2d 823, 827;  2.  Freedom from servitude, imprisonment or restraint. Committee for Industrial Organization v. Hague, D.C.N.J., 25F. Supp. 127, 13 1, 1 4 1;  People v. Wood, 1 5 1 Misc. 66, 272 N.Y. S. 258;3.  Freedom in enjoyment and use of all of one's powers, facilities and property.Grosjean v. American Press Co. 297 U.S. 233, 56 S. Ct. 444, 80 L. Ed. 660; City of Mt. Vernon v. Julian, 369 III. 447, 17 N.E. 2d 52, 55; 4.  Freedom of assembly.  Rosenblum v. Rosenblum, 1 8 1 Misc. 78, 42 N.Y. S 2d 626, 630.'5.  Freedom of citizen from banishment, Committee for Industrial Organization v. Hague, D.C.N.J. , 25 F. Supp. 127, 141;6.  Freedom of conscience, Gobitis v. Minersville School Dist., D.C.Pa., 2 1 F.Supp. 58 1 , 584,587; 7.  Freedom of contract, State ex reI. Hamby v. Cummings, 166 Tenn. 460, 63 S.W.2d 5 1 5; State v.Henry, 37 N.M. 536, 25 P.2d 204;8.  Freedom of locomotion or movement, Committee for Industrial Organization v. Hague, D.C.N.J., 25 F.Supp. 127, 1 3 1 , 1 4 1;9. Freedom o f occupation, Koos v . Saunders, 349 Ill. 442, 1 82 N.E. 4 1 5, 4 1 8; 10.  Freedom of press, Commonwealthv. Nichols, 301 Mass. 584, 18 N.E.2d 166, 167; Near v. State of Minnesota ex reI. Olson, 283 U.S. 697, 5 1 S.Ct. 625, 628, 7 5 L.Ed. 1357;11.  Freedom of religion, Gabrielli v. Knickerbocker, 12 Cal.2d 85, 82 P.2d 391, 393; Hamilton v. City of Montrose, 1 09 Colo. 228, 1 24 P.2d 757, 759; Cantwell v. State of Connecticut, 3 1 0 U.S. 296, 6 0 S.Ct. 900, 903, 84 L.Ed. 12 13;   Article I Section 3 of Alabama Constitution recognizes the Free Exercise of Religion.  The First Amendment recognizes that no law prohibiting the Free Exercise of Religion can be made.12. Freedom of speech, Ghadiali v. Delaware State Medical Soc., D.C. Del., 28 F. Supp. 84 1 , 844; Carpenters and Joiners Union of America, Local No. 2 1 3, v. Ritter's Cafe, 3 1 5U.S. 722, 62 S.Ct. 807, 86 L.Ed. 1 143.13. It also embraces right of self-defense against unlawful violence; right to acquire and enjoy property; right to acquire useful knowledge; right to carry on business, Mlle. Reif, Inc., v. Randau, 1 66 Misc. 247, 1 N.Y.S.2d 5 1 5, 5 1 8; 14.  The right to earn livelihood in any lawful calling; right to emigrate, and if a citizen, to return, Committee for Industrial Organization v. Hague, D.C.N.J., 25 F.Supp. 127, 1 4 1 ;15.  The right to engage in a lawful business, to determine the price of one's labor, and to fix the hours when one's place of business shall be kept open, State Board of Barber Examiners v. Cloud, 220Ind. 552, 44 N.E.2d 972, 980;16.  The right to enjoy to the fullest extent the privileges and immunities given or assured by law to people living within the country, McGrew v. Industrial Commission, 96 Utah 203, 85 P.2d 608, 6 1 1 ; 17.  The right to forswear allegiance and expatriate oneself, Committee for Industrial Organization v. Hague, D.C.N.J. , 25 F.Supp. 127, 1 4 1 ; 18.  The right to freely buy and sell as others may; right to live and work where one will, People v. Wood, 1 5 1 Misc. 66, 272 N.Y.S. 258; 19.  The right to marry and have a family, Committee for Industrial Organization v. Hague, D.C. N.J., 25 F.Supp. 127, 1 4 1 ; Rosenblum v. Rosenblum,1 8 1 Misc. 78, 42 N.Y.S.2d 626, 630; 20.  The right to pursue chosen calling, People v. Cohen, 255 App.Div. 485, 8 N.Y.S.2d 70, 72; right to use property according to owner's will.21.  The right for Courts to be open and the right of citizens to have open access to courts.  Green v. Austin, 425 So. 411 (Ala1982) House v. Cullman County, 593 So. 2D 69 (Ala 1992)The list goes on and on.....the right to Self Autonomy, the right to equal protection of the law, the right for Courts to be open; remedies for all injuries; impartiality of justice, the right to due process etc, etc, etc. Blacks Law Dictionary – "Pursuit of Happiness: – the right to pursue any lawful business or activity that might yield the highest enjoyment, increase ones prosperity, or allow the development of ones faculties as long as it is not inconsistent with others rights.Exactly HOW MANY of these Unalienable rights have been violated by Governor Ivey and Scott Harris?  Have you had enough of the unconstitutional mandates?  Are you sick and tired of government officials violating the Constitutions thinking "the people" will not do anything?  Are you seriously ready to take true legal action but not sure how or what to do?  If so, here is your chance to help.  Did you know that the Statute Governor Ivey is asserting her "authority" under (§31-9-1 through §31-9-24 aka the "Emergency Management Agency Act of 1955" states,  "§31-9-8 (3) To procure, by purchase, condemnation, seizure, or other means, construct, lease, transport, store, maintain, renovate, or distribute materials and facilities for emergency management without regard to the limitations of any existing law;  provided, that this authority shall not be exercised with regard to newspapers, wire facilities leased or owned by news services, and other news publications, and provided further, that he or she shall make compensation for the property so seized, taken, or condemned,..." a. In case property is taken for temporary use, the Governor, within 30 days of the taking, shall fix the amount of compensation to be paid therefor, and in case the property shall be returned to the owner in a damaged condition, or shall not be returned to the owner, the Governor shall fix within 30 days the amount of compensation to be paid for the damage or failure to return.  Whenever the Governor shall deem it advisable for the state to take title to property taken under this section, he or she shall forthwith cause the owner of the property to be notified thereof in writing by registered or certified mail, postage prepaid, or by the best available means, and forthwith cause to be filed a copy of the notice with the Secretary of State."  In other words, she has the "authority" to take your property during this "State of Emergency".    Governor Ivey's Proclamation also states, "FURTHER, to the extent a provision in this supplemental proclamation conflicts with any provision of state law, that law is hereby suspended for the duration of this state of emergency, and this proclamation shall control."  §31-9-13 of the Emergency Management Act of 1955 states, "All orders, rules, and regulations promulgated by the Governor as authorized by this article shall have the full force and effect of law when a copy thereof is filed in the office of the Secretary of State.  All existing laws, ordinances, rules, and regulations or parts thereof inconsistent with the provisions of this article or of any order, rule, or regulation issued under the authority of this article, shall be suspended during the period of time and to the extent that such inconsistency exists."In other words, the Constitutions are to be suspended.  BUT.....Article I Section 21 of the Alabama Constitution states, "That no power of suspending laws shall be exercised except by the legislature."§31-9-22 of the Emergency Management Act of 1955 along with her Proclamation states, "Any person violating any provision of this article or any rule, order, or regulation made pursuant to this article shall, upon conviction thereof, be fined not more than $500, and may also be imprisoned in the county jail or sentenced to hard labor for the county for not more than six months." In other words, Governor Ivey can violate your rights AND fine and jail you at the same time.  Again, if you're ready to start the legal process, please contribute and share with others so we can get this started.

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