Letter to Employer to Accompany Mandate of Non-Consent

The document and the directions herein were not originated by D’Vida Private Society; however, it presents something that is accurate and valuable to be used in conjunction with the Individual Mandate of Non-Consent and Sacred Writs, and therefore we have reformatted it to fully align with our recommended processes.

In commerce there are two ways to deal with a presentment, to honor or dishonor. That is it and nothing more. The key is he who stays in honor wins. Now, of course, that is in the polarized reality of win/lose, which is what the battlefield of commerce is founded upon. But it is a fact so we work with that fact, and step it up to a higher level. In equity, we do honor to receive honor. We do not create controversy or polarity, but there are methods on how to do that, to achieve the intended results without remaining stuck in the lower frequency of polarity and battle.

There are three ways to stay in honor:

  • To fully accept the offer.
  • To accept the offer conditioned upon certain precedent requirements being met.
  • To return a defective of that is missing a necessary element, which is named Refusal for Cause Without Dishonor.

There are two ways to go into dishonor:

  • Reject the offer outright
  • To not respond, which equates to acquiescence (agreement) through silence.

Everything in the public system is an offer to contract.

The alleged mandatory conformance to “mandates” is nothing more than an offer to enter into a contract. If we accept that context straight out, we remain in honor (choice #1), but it would mean accepting the offered terms of the contract without change, which would mean taking the jab to keep our job or get some other benefit (or avoid some perceived inevitable consequence). There is nothing to Refuse for Cause (choice #3) because technically in the letter of the legal system codes, there is no defect in the presentment. But the second choice, (choice #2 to stay in honor) is something we can work with by responding in the affirmative, “I will honor your offer to the letter of the law, conditioned upon the proper and required response to certain conditions that I as the other contracting party have the right to be met.”

Click the Download Button below for full instructions and a template letter you can address and send to your employer.

Letter to Employer to Accompany Mandate of Non-Consent

The document and the directions herein were not originated by D’Vida Private Society; however, it presents something that is accurate and valuable to be used in conjunction with the Individual Mandate of Non-Consent and Sacred Writs, and therefore we have reformatted it to fully align with our recommended processes.

In commerce there are two ways to deal with a presentment, to honor or dishonor. That is it and nothing more. The key is he who stays in honor wins. Now, of course, that is in the polarized reality of win/lose, which is what the battlefield of commerce is founded upon. But it is a fact so we work with that fact, and step it up to a higher level. In equity, we do honor to receive honor. We do not create controversy or polarity, but there are methods on how to do that, to achieve the intended results without remaining stuck in the lower frequency of polarity and battle.

There are three ways to stay in honor:

  • To fully accept the offer.
  • To accept the offer conditioned upon certain precedent requirements being met.
  • To return a defective of that is missing a necessary element, which is named Refusal for Cause Without Dishonor.

There are two ways to go into dishonor:

  • Reject the offer outright
  • To not respond, which equates to acquiescence (agreement) through silence.

Everything in the public system is an offer to contract.

The alleged mandatory conformance to “mandates” is nothing more than an offer to enter into a contract. If we accept that context straight out, we remain in honor (choice #1), but it would mean accepting the offered terms of the contract without change, which would mean taking the jab to keep our job or get some other benefit (or avoid some perceived inevitable consequence). There is nothing to Refuse for Cause (choice #3) because technically in the letter of the legal system codes, there is no defect in the presentment. But the second choice, (choice #2 to stay in honor) is something we can work with by responding in the affirmative, “I will honor your offer to the letter of the law, conditioned upon the proper and required response to certain conditions that I as the other contracting party have the right to be met.”

Click the Download Button below for full instructions and a template letter you can address and send to your employer.

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With Kenneth Scott,
House of Cousens

Holder of the Office of Protector and Advocate for the Ekklesia, for D’Vida Private Society and Private Contract Association.

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