New Mexico State Government and the United States Federal
Government, is individually bonded to their oath of office as required by
the applicable constitution, for fear of self incrimination.
3. As the bonded constitutional New Mexico chief executive, I am declaring
that the citizens of New Mexico, the citizens of the United States to be
governed by imposters in all sections of state and federal government.
Therefore, all persons elected or appointed to government offices are
engaged in an insurrection against both constitutions under the self executing
provisions of Section 3, Fourteenth Amendment. By taking an
oath to support both constitutions and by not obtaining the proper
individual bonds as required to constitutionally take office they, each one
of them, participate in an insurgency against both constitutions. By doing
so, these imposters have denied the power of Article 6, Clause 3, United
States Constitution, they perjured their individual oath of office, and
placed the people into conditions of peonism, a subspecies of involuntary
servitude by denying the power of Amendment 13, Section 1 United State
Constitution, defied the authority of 14 Stat. 546, codified as 42 U.S.C. §
1994 and 18 U.S.C. §§ 1581 et seq. Therefore they are subject to the
criminal consequences of the power of that amendment, Amendment 14,
Section 3 and 4, United States Constitution.
4. As a result of the insurgency, those posing as United States Supreme
Court Justices as well as all federal judges and New Mexico judges in
courts of law are placing United States citizens and those of the 50 states
under conditions of peonism; they are without recourse to a competent
judicial system, either state or federal.
5. The government will continue with those second in authority upon taking