On Oct 10, 2014, at 4:00 PM, Dave Robinson <email@example.com> wrote:
I agree with you Arnie. Getting people excited is sometimes OK but they may not come forward when there are things to do. And the courts are not going to give in and be friends. I was kicked out of the NLA for saying so.
Sent: Friday, October 10, 2014 4:24 PM
Cc: John Darash
Subject: Re: California NLA Call To Action – People Needed To Help With The Upcoming Media Campaign
My assessment…take it for what it is worth.
The mission: Recognizing and promoting the existing Common Law Grand Jury Process. A process which already exists and belongs to the People.
John Darash has led the NLA under the current organizational structure, as far as it can go. There are physical limitations of a totally centralized organization.
The real power of the people is in the people themselves. It is time for the mother to release her young and under her watchful eyes, guide and permit the children to enjoy the challenge of flying on their own.
Each state must provide its own leadership. Each county must do the same.
The NLA, under John’s creative leadership has provided the seeds of success, but it is the responsibility of each American to function as a separate individual and as part of a group.
The value of the NLA in the capacity as a national function would be to provide coordination and support. The states and counties need to step up and support the national organization. The states and counties need to provide citizens the ability to subscribe to the protective services of the state and county organizations established as public benefit organizations.
More than ever, America needs leaders. Leaders we must develop along the way as we mature into the same self-sufficient patriots as the founders.
A response from a sovereign.
The truth; it takes so few words to express…