Alaska Jural Assembly

On The Great Land Jurisdiction

Covenant of Alaska,

a Free and Independent Nation=State



Article I Territorial Description

Section 1. The geographic bounds

Section 2. General description


Article II Bill of Rights


Unalienable Rights and Common Law Rights

Section 1. Self-defense and defense of others

Section 2. Contract

Section 3. Religion

Section 4. Discrimination and segregation

Section 5. Speech

Section 6. Press

Section 7. Locomotion

Section 8. Private property

Section 9. Right to travel

Section 10. Land rights; allodium

Section 11. Privacy at home and during travel

Section 12. Communication privacy

Section 13. Search and seizure

Section 14. Grand jury indictment

Section 15. Warrants

Section 16. Due process of law

Section 17. Compelled testimony

Section 18. Right to counsel

Section 19. Trial by jury and rights of review

Section 20. Abolition of general civil law

Section 21. Presumption of innocence; no double jeopardy

Section 22. Bail

Section 23. Truth as defense in slander and libel

Section 24. Involuntary servitude

Section 25. No bill of attainder or ex post facto law shall be passed

Section 26. Excessive bail, fines, punishment

Section 27. Right to assemble and petition

Section 28. Treason

Section 29. Acts void; Standing to challenge

Section 30. Age of majority

Section 31. Political power

Section 32. Power to secure rights


Article III Duties of Office

Section 1. Effect of pledge

Section 2. Money defined

Section 3. Debt prohibited

Section 4. The legislative power defined

Section 5. Restriction on official contracts

Section 6. Prohibition on common, or presumptive, indenture

Section 7. Prohibition on forced medication

Section 8. Prohibition on public health mandates

Section 9. Prohibition on grant of special privileges

Section 10. Prohibition on licensing trades and professions

Section 11. No recognition of war except as lawfully approved by the national House of Delegates

Section 12. Prohibition on declaration of war

Section 13. Prohibition on forced use of private dwellings for military

Section 14. Eminent domain

Section 15. Prohibition on public discrimination

Section 16. Penalty for public officer introducing restrictions on the right to keep and bear

Section 17. Limitation on public

Section 18. Right to alter or abolish

Section 19. Supreme law of the land

Section 20. Limitation on powers


Article IV Form of Government, Extent of Jurisdiction, and Separation of Powers

Section 1. Form of government

Section 2. Limitation on jurisdiction

Section 3. The powers of the petit jury and grand jury

Section 4. Separation of powers


Article V General Qualifications and Disqualifications for Office

Section 1. General qualification for public office

Section 2. Ineligibility to hold public office


Article VI Grand and Petit Juries

Section 1. Grand jury formation

Section 2. Grand jury powers

Section 3. Petit jury; number; place

Section 4. Selection

Section 5. Grand jury members excluded

Section 6. Independence.

Section 7. Function twofold..


Article VII Judicial Branch

Section 1. Supreme

Section 2. Judicial power

Section 3. Justices

Section 4. Supervisory powers

Section 5. County Judges, elections, term

Section 6. Justices of the peace

Section 7. Clerks

Section 8. Private courts

Section 9. Qualifications for office of judge and justice of the peace

Section 10. Restitution

Section 11. Crimes against the public peace, health, and safety

Section 12. Actions to prosecute felonious crimes

Section 13. Requirement; accusation of crime

Section 14. Equitable relief; writ of prohibition; and protection orders

Section 15. Style of process


Article VIII Legislative Branch

Establishment of the Official Assemblies

Section 1. Established Assembly

Section 2. The House of Statesmen

A. Qualifications for office

B. Minimum and maximum number and provisions for change

C. Privilege from arrest

D. Elections

Section 3. The House of Delegates

A. Number of delegates

B. Terms

C. Exception

D. Qualifications for office

E. Privilege from arrest

F. Census, time of taking

G. Election of delegates

Section 4. General rules for both houses

A. Quorum, adjournment, attendance, officers

B. Rules

C. Journals; yeas and nays

D. Right of dissent

E. Conduct and publication of elections

F. Adjournment

G. Transparency

H. Checks and Balances

I. Progression of acts of the Legislature

J. Resolutions proceed as acts; exception

K. Compensation

L. Members excluded from appointment to office during term

M. Writs of election for filling vacancies.

N. The legislature shall be part time

O. Style of laws


Article IX Executive Branch

Section 1. Fiduciary duty

Section 2. Chief Trustee and Deputy Trustee; power, term

Section 3. Eligibility

Section 4. Election

Section 5. Returns of elections

Section 6. Chief Trustee; militia

Section 7. Chief Trustee; powers

Section 8. Restriction on office

Section 9. Pardon

Section 10. Appointments to vacancies

Section 11. Powers and duties of Chief Trustee; devolution on Deputy Trustee

Section 12. Devolution on president pro tempore of Statesmen

Section 13. Deputy Trustee ex officio president of the House of Statesmen.

Section 14. Deputy Trustee; filling of vacancy

Section 15. Chief Trustee compensation.

Section 16. Deputy Trustee; compensation

Section 17. Great seal

Section 18. Commissions.

Section 19. Grants and disbursements

Section 20. Duties of the Chief Trustee


Article X The Militia

Section 1. Militia; organization and discipline

Section 2. Discipline of officers

Section 3. Election or appointment of officers

Section 4. Purposes


Article XI Officers of Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State, and County Officers

Section 1. Secretary of Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State, term, appointment, duties

Section 2. Treasurer; appointment, term

Section 3. Trust Auditor, Trust Advocate, appointment, term

Section 4. County Prosecutors

Section 5. County officers, election, terms; sheriff's security


Article XII Impeachments and Removals from Office

Section 1. Impeachments

Section 2. Procedure

Section 3. Power of Chief Trustee to remove judges

Section 4. Removal of county and township officers


Article XIII Education

Section 1. Encouragement

Section 2. School Boards

Section 3. Competition Among Schools

Section 4. Transition


Article XIV Highways and Roads

Section 1. New Highways and Highway Maintenance

Section 2. Funding for Highways and Maintenance


Article XV Prohibition of Slavery

Section 1. Slavery prohibited

Section 2. Principle of Dignity


Article XVI Miscellaneous Provisions

Section 1. Official affirmation, form

Section 2. Surety Bond

Section 3. Judge’s declaration

Section 4. Internal improvements, scope

Section 5. Treasury withdrawals; annual statement, publication

Section 6. Marriage / Sacred Union

Section 7. Public records

Section 8. Lotteries / Casinos

Section 9. Organization of counties

Section 10. Location of Covenant offices

Section 11. Seat of government

Section 12. Chief Trustee and Deputy Trustee, term

Section 13. Successor's term


Article XVII Mode of Amending and Revising the Covenant

Section 1. Covenantal amendments; legislative and referendum procedure

A. Legislative. Amendments to this Covenant

B. Initiative and referendum; limitations; appropriations; petitions.

1. Limitations

2. Referendum, approval

3. Initiative; duty of Legislature, referendum

4. Legislative rejection of initiated measure; different measure; submission to people

5. Initiative or referendum law; effective date, veto, amendment and repeal

6. Legislative implementation

Section 2. Covenantal convention


Article XVIII Schedule of Peaceful Conversion

Section 1. Equal standing with free nations

Section 2. Convictions to remain in force, statutes void.

Section 3. Fines, penalties and escheats to Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State, in trust under Covenant

Section 4. Recognizances valid

Section 5. Election of Trust officers

Section 6. Election System

Section 7. Election Eligibility

Section 8. Election Process

Section 9. Precinct Ballot Tabulation.

Section 10. County Election Officials Duty

Section 11. Election Officials Duty

Section 12. First meeting of the Legislature

Section 13. County and township officers

Section 14. Covenant submission to electors; time, return.


Article XIX Definitions



Covenant of Alaska,

a Free and Independent Nation=State

Brought forth in convention, begun at the village of Wasilla, Alaska, on the fifth day of October, two thousand and nineteen, A.D., this Covenant for a free and independent Nation=State creates a perpetual trust which shall administer public holdings through duty-bound and bonded officers.

The land shall be called: Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State. This expressed trust shall be called: Covenant of Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State. All ministerial duties set forth herein, or in the future created hereunder, shall be executed under this Covenant.

We the settlors of the territory known as Alaska, in assembly met, at Wasilla, Alaska on Saturday the fifth day of October in the year of our Lord two thousand and nineteen, the thirty fifth de jure state, the second state post second millennium A.D. having the right of admission into the General Government, as a member of the Union, consistent with the original foundational documents including the Constitution for the united States of America, on an equal footing with the original states in order to establish Justice, promote the welfare, and secure the blessings of freedom to ourselves and our posterity; do ordain and establish the following Covenant-form of Government, and do mutually agree with each other to form ourselves into a free and independent Nation=State, by the name of Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State.


All powers possessed by man flow from the Almighty, to create or to destroy. In this, all men are equal, to exercise such powers individually, or through delegation to surrogates, to protect and enjoy life, freedom, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. It is for that purpose that men institute forms of political covenant, to express the bounds of surrogate power which may be employed, and to construct a framework to secure both non-particular and particular rights. This covenant is written for those purposes, and more, to instruct a people held in bondage how the mechanisms and devices which have enslaved them operate.

Truth is the author of freedom, so also, without truth, freedom is impossible. To facilitate the acquisition of truth, scripture is given us, and to all people, to instruct us in conduct which might either eventuate in bondage or freedom. And scripture of all stripes is founded upon revelation of the Almighty expressed through common law. In the furtherance of individual liberty in law, common law forbids the bearing of false witness, the debasement of money, the practice of unfixed weights and measures, the practice of usury, and the enforcement of private indentures exceeding seven years.

As such, no political state should enforce any contract, or impose any penalty, arising out of a claim which is based upon a witness to these abominations, penalty for infamy up to indenture for life, excepted.

We, therefore, acknowledge that freedom can be exercised only through the seeking of truth, the intent to live in harmony, and the free expression of life through the enjoyment of both private and public property.

Men and women assemble in common accord to extend their powers by delegation of authority. In so doing, each is not diminished, nor does each surrender any powers to a position of fealty, whether to a living being or to a fictional entity. Man and woman each remain sovereign, and the trust structure created by covenant, along with its titles of possession, which are held by fiduciaries under bond, are in a position of vassalage and fealty to the people.

We recognize two forms of law: common law, and its antithesis, civil law. We reserve to ourselves common law, the form of law offering freedom, as we express our claim to particular rights, and reserve all other rights unexpressed. We also authorize the creation of a bailment specifying certain duties ascribed to fiduciaries in a position of fealty to the people under civil law, who shall administer certain public accounts.

No ruler has ever been the source of a nation’s wealth. Thus, all rulers, by the principles of equity, are fiduciaries of a constructive trust in which the property held by such ruler, or ruling entity, belongs to the people, and not to the ruler, nor to his, her or its oligarchy.

When it is apparent to the people that their fiduciaries have acted outside their position of trust, regardless of compact, or constitutional expression, it is incumbent upon the people to change their form of governance, strip the trustees of their charges, offices, and property, and punish them for both their belligerence and their crimes. This covenant is offered to set right that which was twisted by attorney agents of a foreign power who have acted to impose a form of law which is alien to this land and to a free people.

It is beyond absurd to suppose that the founders of the Constitution for these united States, and by extension, the Constitution of Alaska, intended to bring with them the same form of despotism from which they suffered in Europe, and from which they ventured to seek a new land; and even if they did, it would have worked an intentional fraud upon the inhabitants of this land, who sought freedom rather than vassalage, and would never have given their assent had they known what form of government was actually offered to them, and the inevitable condition of absolute servitude it would eventually produce. We, armed with knowledge, will not make that same mistake.

Let us now correct those mistakes. If there be any thing in this document which does not accomplish freedom for the people, let it be amended by the jurists, and let all the people be jurists if they desire. But, in no wise shall any amendment work to diminish the rights of the people, nor subject them to peonage.

We the people of Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State, grateful to the Almighty for the organic law and the blessings of liberty, do ordain and establish this Covenant to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity; to provide for the operation of law; to secure the absolute right of private property; to administer public property for the equal benefit of all; to bind public servants to certain fiduciary duties; to render punishment for breaches of duty; and to organize and establish public courts.

No alliance, contract, compact, covenant, ordinance, law, treaty, rule or agreement shall be made contrary to these Covenant purposes. Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State shall not enter into any relationship, such as a partnership, in which another entity can make an obligation binding upon Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State or its people. Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State has absolute jurisdiction over all corporations and municipalities foreign and domestic, within Alaska’s metes and bounds.

Article I

Territorial Description

Section 1. The geographic bounds within which public ministers have a duty to administer public property and to operate law under this Covenant shall be described by metes and bounds, and through the use of Global Position Satellite by longitude and latitude, as soon as is practicable, which shall be recorded in the Journal of the House of Statesmen.

Section 2. General description: Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State, shall be enriched and secured by the administration of this public trust known as the Covenant of Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State, which shall have specified ministers who exercise delegated authority as designated herein, within these territorial bounds:

Commencing from the southern-most point of the island called Prince of Wales Island, which point lies in the parallel of 54 degrees 40 minutes north latitude, and between the 131st and the 133rd degree of west longitude (meridian of Greenwich) said line shall ascend to the north along the channel called Portland channel, as far as the point of the continent where it strikes the 56th degree of north latitude; from this last mentioned point, the line of demarcation shall follow the summit of the mountains situated parallel to the coast as far as the point of intersection of the 141st degree of west longitude and finally from the said point of intersection, sai d meridian line of the 141st degree, in its prolongation as far as the frozen ocean, and from the center of the Earth to the farthest reaches of the galaxy.

With reference to the line of demarcation laid down in the preceding article, it is understood that the island known as Prince of Wales Island belongs wholly to Alaska, a Free and Independent Nation=State.


The remainder of the Covenant will be posted at a later time.