Greetings from Kansas City!

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Joined: Thu Apr 29, 2021 12:21 am
County: Jackson
Your State: Missouri

Greetings from Kansas City!

Post by Brohawk »

Hey all, my name is Drew and I live in Kansas City. I’ve recently been looking to correct my political status and possibly get involved with the state assembly... I have a really important question though, as I desire to work with the legitimate reconstructed Republic: which Assemblies are legitimate? I was poking around online trying to find pictures of the American Civil flag when I found my way to this forum and a post saying that Anna von Reitz is a bad actor and any groups working with her are likely tied to the Vatican... I’ve been attending their Missouri assembly meetings over the last couple weeks and have started correcting my status based on von Reitz’s steps, and have started reading her Affidavit of Probable Cause book. I recognize that what we’re dealing with is centuries of illegal and unlawful practices, and I want to do my part right and without giving a nanometer to the evil Empire of the See.

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Joined: Tue Mar 09, 2021 6:56 pm
County: Franklin
Your State: Missouri

Re: Greetings from Kansas City!

Post by Missouricommonlaw »

Hello Drew, Ive checked the records for Missouri's state level assembly meetings and cant seem to find any record of you in attendance. send me a Pm and we can chat. look forward to hearing from you!

P.S lets try to avoid name calling or inflammatory rhetoric.
Hayden-Missouri Coordinator

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