QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

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ABOUT YOUR RIGHTS

Q. What happened to my Rights?

     While our God-given unalienable Rights are affirmed in our Bills of Rights and Constitutions, federal and state, those Rights are not automatic, but rather it is our obligation to secure them for ourselves.  And to complicate matters, contracts/ agreements entered into are law also.  When you enter into agreements that require you to waive your rights, you are now bound by that contract and are seen as “double-minded” if you demand the rights you previously agreed to waive.  We regularly give Unconditional Acceptance by checking boxes and signing thngs we never read.  Now we must rescind those permissions by serving Notices of Non-Consent, and Condtitional Acceptance in order to honorably and legally restore access to our Rights and self determination.

Q. What’s the difference between legal and lawful?

     Generally, lawful refers to the ancient common law, constitutional law, and the law in our gut that attests a thing is “right”.  While legal refers to the many codes and statues that come and go, and may or may not be ‘lawful’ or good or right.  To compare, consider that while “all men are created equal”, for many years there existed statute laws enforcing segregation.

Q. Why are Consent or Non-Consent so important and powerful?

     The Declaration of Independence sets forth that government derives it’s just powers by Consent of the governed, which has the efffect that our Consent is the highest law in the land, with the corresponding duty to be cautious as to what we Consent to.  Unfortunately, we’ve spent decades Consenting to a system that is easy to use against us, and now requires many of us to Stand Up in order to get overreaching government and companies to Stand Down.

ABOUT EXEMPTIONS

Q. What is the Exemption Trap?

     When you request a Religious or Medical Exemption you are, in effect, creating a contract with that entity that says you agree they the have the power to direct you and others.  You’re using your Consent authority to delegate to them the ability to decide what is best for you and all who work for them.  Is that really what you want to use your power for?  And even if they do ‘grant’ the Exemption, they will be calling the shots and can revoke it at any time, and for any reason, so you will still have no security.

Q. Can this process be used after applying for an Exemption?

     Yes. It’s advisable to do so as soon as possible. The two notices will void the exemption application because it is last in time (meaning your most recent communication with them). You may also wish to include a sentence in your cover letter that explicitly withdraws your exemption application.

NON-CONSENT & CONDITIONAL ACCEPTANCE

Q. What does the Notice: Non-Consent do?

      A company or government entity proposing a requirement is hoping for either your silence or compliance, both of which empowers their offer and makes it law.  The presumption of agreement must be removed.  Notice of Non-Consent accomplishes that and levels the playing, allowing you to move forward with setting forth your own conditions and terms by Notice of Conditional Acceptance.  

Q. What does the Notice: Condtional Acceptance do?

      The Notice of Condtiional Acceptance allows you to avoid accusations of being ‘non cooperative’ which can be viewed as grounds for firing.  Instead, you are remaining in commercial honor by ‘accepting” their offer, so long as they also meet your stipulations, which in this case is simply requiring they provide proof of their claim that the qualifying injections are both safe and effective.  

Q. Why use BOTH “Notice: Non-Consent” & “Notice: Conditional Acceptance?” 

     The Notice of Non-Consent removes presumption of Consent but, by itself, could be construed as non-cooperative and be grounds for action.  Following up with the Notice of Conditional Acceptance keeps you operating in commericial honor and puts the shoe on the other foot so that now they must give an answer or be in commercial dishonor, without legal or lawful grounds to move against you.  

Q: If I send the Notice of Non-Consent, am I more likely to be fired immediately? 

     Actually, it is less likely you will be fired after giving your employer legal notice that you are not accepting an injection as a condition of your employment. Your employers attorney will most likely know that if you are fired or even punished simply because you notified your employer that you do not consent to a unilateral (one-sided) change in your employment contract, your employer can be held legally liable for breach of contract, wrongful dismissal, deprivation of rights under color of law, and many more civil and criminal causes of action.

Q: If I conditionally accept the offer to take the jab, what if they accept my offer?

     Most likely you’ll receive no answer at all from your employer, due to the conditions set forth in the Notice: Conditional Acceptance. If your Document Custodian does receive an answer from your employer it will be a withdrawl or a counter-offer, which you will need to respond to and are free to adjust again, creating a counter to their counter, and send back. In any case, you are under no obligation to accept the jab because you are at liberty to simply end the negotiation. If you continue to send responses back to your employer, they will likely be the first to end the negotiation because you can always insist they accept liability for harm you may suffer.

Q: Can I add and remove things I’m not comfortable with from the Notices?

     All the notices on the website are sample notices that you are free to alter and customize as appropriate but we encourage you to understand the essential elements that you need so they don’t lose the intended effect. The best way to do this is to read and understand the two main notices several times, attend a conference call and ask questions, and start working on customizing to your situation.

Q: What results have people gotten when using these Notices to their employer?

     We’ve heard from Mark Pytellek, who constructed this process generally for Australians, that in Australia most of his feedback is that employer and governments are not responding directly to people who have followed through with this process.  They are getting silence without any retaliation. We have also heard from one nurse in the States that her employer was well aware of the liability issues involved in firing an employee who has given notice of non-consent.  She was offered a better job with better pay and the injection requirement became a non-issue for her.

Q: How do I know this will work?

     You don’t know. But if you are committed to not taking the injection, isn’t it best to be clear that it is your intention to withdraw your presumed consent. In Contract law or Equity you are presumed to consent if you don’t object. It is necessary to notify your employer that you do not consent to being injected. This is done by sending Notice: Non-Consent to the person trying to alter your employment contract. In Equity law in order to remain in honor you have two choices when someone makes you an offer. You can either fully accept the offer with no conditions or you can put conditions on before you accept. The Notice: Conditional Acceptance allows you to remain in honor as well as to require all your conditions are met before you accept the offer.

MAXIMS OF LAW

Q. What is a Maxim of Law?

Maxims are considered to be universally agreed upon, guiding principles of law and contracts.

“The law serves only the vigilent.” 

     The law will not assist those who are careless of his/her right. Only those persons, who are watchful and careful of using his/her rights, are entitled to the benefits of law.

“As a thing is bound, so it is unbound.”

    This means that if you entered into a contract with your signature and a written agreement, but you now see the agreement might do you harm, then you have every right to withdraw your consent.  You do that the same way in which you “became bound”, with your signature and by giving notice also in writing that you no longer agree.

“Consent makes the law.”   

A contract is a law between the parties, which can acquire force only by consent.  So they don’t need a law, they only need your consent.  Your consent is so powerful, that you are making law when you give it.

“To him consenting, no injury is done.”

     Also said, “He who consents cannot receive an injury.”  And, “Consent removes or obviates a mistake.”  In other words, if you consent to their injection and receive an injury, they are without liability and you are on your own.

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