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There exist out there many groups who harken back to the grand jury and the Constitution for the united States of America. Some are educational, some are instructional, some are political.
Only one is political in the most fundamental, organic sense in embracing the power of We The People in assembly and the original united States Constitution of 1789 and mankind's Bill of Rights of 1791.
The corporate State of Alaska was granted statehood by the United States of America on January 3, 1959 after being purchased from the Russian Empire in 1867. After the United States purchased Alaska from Russia, it was set aside and was considered as a military district. Most of the military activities and military training took place in Alaska. The status of Alaska was upgraded in 1884 from a military district to a judicial district. Clerks, judges, marshals, and other officials were appointed by the federal government to help run and manage the Alaskan territory.
Now here we are in 2019 and Alaska remains a corporation and a fiction. We The People on this land known as Alaska have yet to claim the land and declare to the world that Alaska is a settled de jure nation=state. A minimum of 30 Alaskan settlors are required to assemble and draft the Alaska Declaration of Settlement of a nation=state. These 30+ settlors in assembly must draft a state Covenant similar to the lower 48 state Constitutions. These 30+ settlors must hold an election to fill the de jure seats required for self governance. A drawing must be held for 25 grand jury members and 2 alternates for the state level grand jury. A record must be maintained as a continuous unbroken chain from the first gathering in assembly through all future meeting sessions. Notice must be given far and wide. Instructions to de facto corporation actors/employees to be given after notice rebuttal time expires.
Alaska - The Great Land.
Our word Alaska comes from the Aleut word Alyeska — “The Great Land.” As anyone who has lived in or visited Alaska knows, this is indeed The Great Land. Lush coastal rain forests, high mountain peaks, large crystal-clear lakes, and massive glaciers are just some of the breathtaking sights in this northern land.
Alaska can be just as dangerous as it is beautiful. A Grizzly surprised by a hiker, a rutting bull moose, hypothermia, earthquakes, volcanos, or avalanches are things that many Alaskans have had to face at one time or another. This tranquil, peaceful land can be a real challenge for those who try to take it on without the proper preparation and planning.
Still, many Alaskans say that despite the challenges and dangers, they'd rather not be anywhere else. They share the land with one of the world's longest rivers (The Yukon River), one of the world's highest tides (Cook Inlet), one of the world's largest mountains (Denali), and one of the world's deepest gorges (Great Gorge). Alaska also has the world's largest population of Grizzly Bears and one of the world's highest concentrations of Bald Eagles. Whether you're a Cheechako or a Sourdough, a visitor or a long-time resident, there's plenty to see and enjoy in the Great Land.