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Robs Very

Cunning Plan
Freeman Society - Canada

Executive Summary

ThinkFREE is on the leading edge of positive change. We offer a

comprehensive plan to promote and serve peace and abundance across
the entire world. Our goal is to create a global community of Stock holding
Freemen enjoying peace, unity, brotherhood and abundance. In short, we
envision the Kingdom of God, with dignity and goodness for all.

We have identified the challenges and requirements to this and created a

strategy that begins with the creation of the Freeman Society Canada. By
promoting and upholding the proper execution of the Law, The Freeman
Society will be able to do what many have tried and failed to do: hold
police officers, government representatives and judges accountable while
empowering and freeing them to act lawfully for our benefit. Creating a
legally nameable society is the first step to preserving and protecting our

The Freeman Society will be established in three phases: foundation,

national growth, and international expansion. Foundation members will
create the Society by researching and developing various projects such as
creating a team of educated Notary Publics, ensuring that Canada is
protected by peace officers acting upon their oath, and enabling full and
complete access to impartial courts. By doing so we will secure the ability
to guard our essential rights, health care, post-secondary education,
national sovereignty, and hold the stock we own.

The Freeman Society Canada has the unique potential to improve living
conditions on planet earth. With interest in the Freeman Society spanning
the globe, there is no telling what we can accomplish when we work
together. If you have a big heart and a bright mind we invite you to join us
during this exciting time.
SOCIETY. A society is a number of
persons united together by mutual
consent in order to deliberate,
determine, and act jointly for some
common purpose.
Bouvier, John, A Law Dictionary, 1874

SOCIETY. An association or company of

persons (generally not incorporated)
united together for any mutual or
common purpose.
Black, Henry Campbell, A Dictionary of Law, 1891
Table of Contents

1. Introduction

2. Phase One – Foundation

a. Strategic Outline

b. Research and Development Teams

c. Research and Development Topics

3. Phase Two - National Growth

a. Strategic Outline

b. Research and Development Topics

4. Phase Three - International Growth

a. Strategic Outline

b. Research and Development Topics

5. Summary

Rob Menard here with a short thank-you for your interest in finding and providing remedy to
the problems so many are starting to see. From CODEX, the War on Terror, corporate
control of government, inaccessible courts and justice system, police murdering unarmed
and peaceful people, a growing degradation of human rights, expanding debt burden,
collapsing economy and poisons in our air and water, many people across the world are
seeking remedy to what is arguably a coming police state.

Due to the power of the Internet people from all over the world can communicate concerns
and co-ordinate their activities. Although it is true the people of the world are far behind the
corporations who seek to control our resources as their own, and even seek to have us
viewed as exploitable resources, there is reason for hope and cause for celebration.

Recognizing that no one can come up with the remedy all on their own, RVCP involves
inviting others to create a plan within certain very flexible parameters and with an eye
towards a clearly defined goal. After many years of study and analysis and efforts, I believe
I see what is lacking and needed and how to establish and secure those things in a lawful,
peaceful and positive manner. This inclusive and loving plan can change the direction the
world is headed and by providing hope and empowerment to individuals, curb corporate
power, and bring immediate government accountability and lasting stability.

The Plan is very simple and involves the creation of an actual society with the associated
lawful courts and supporting peace officer force. Using fundamentals of law and existing
and established rights, we will create a society called The Freeman Society Canada,
establish The Canadian Common Corps of Peace Officers, and convene new lawful de jure
courts which will be accessible to all and not owned and operated by the law society.

The Society will provide members with a nameable group and also all the basic things that
existing de facto governments do such as identification cards, international travel
documents and consular support, health care access, banking services, education and
housing support, a functioning and accessible justice system, and an accountable and
restrained force to keep the peace. With a goal of claiming and homesteading a valley and
therein building an environmentally low-impact, mostly self-sustaining, yet high-tech modern
village we can demonstrate how easy it is to live in peace and abundance.

This plan will manifest in a three phases manner with the first being the creation of a
working plan created by foundational members. With much to be done, no one man can be
expected to do it all, let alone create all the structures needed to ensure success. Although
the needs have been identified and possible ways to implement them imagined, the reality
will require experts in various fields to step up and identify needs and strategies with greater
detail and then implement the actions within an existing framework.
Phase One
Foundation Members

Foundations members will create the Freeman Society. All foundation members will be
expected to participate in various aspects of the society. By working in skill-focused teams
we can create the best products and services.

Hierarchical Structure

A hierarchical structure based on an already existing and proven model will be modified for
our purposes. Each team will consist of at least one team organizer and two or three
support people. These teams will use their expertise and develop products, services, and
strategy. These requirements have been identified and simplified with the intent of flexibility
and ease of function. Almost all of them will require people with well-developed
administration and communication skills ideally suited for retired professionals or those who
may be disillusioned with the existing societal structures and wish to use their training and
knowledge within a proper community. We seek those who are creative, competent and
capable of rising to these challenges. The following teams and projects will be required:

• Communications
• Finances
• Production
• Security
• Strategic Support

Plan Well – Build Well

1. Financial Administration
2. Notary Services
3. Constitutional Group
4. Membership Cards & Laissez Passer
5. Communications & Public Relations
6. Website
7. Society Support Services
8. Governmental Co-ordination
9. Security Claimants
10. Worker Support
Financial Administration
This group will be tasked with finding the best way to run the financial structure of the
Freeman Society for the proper disbursement of funds internally and for the purpose of
securing for our members access to banking services for personal reasons.

This group can look at whether we want to monetize promissory notes by getting a bank
loan, open a trust account at a financial institution or seek to find a better option for our
needs. Potential sources of development include outreach with existing financial institutions,
SSET, creation of Freeman Credit-Union or Bank, Credit Cards, and/or other financial
services. The operating budget of all the projects will also need to be researched and
developed further as our goals in each area are developed.

Notary Services
Due to the reluctance of existing Notary Publics to fulfill their mandates, we will be obliged
to provide proper lawful Notary Publics to witness the process by which our members will
establish lawful excuse to disobey the existing defacto courts and convene our own proper
dejure justice system.

Operating with complete impartiality and independence the Freeman Society Notary Publics
will exist separate from all other departments with access however to graphic designers and
basic financial services. Members of the Notary Public group will provide oversight. Dispute
resolution services will be provided by our courts.


• People to act as Notary Publics

• Physical office space with filing cabinets, Computers, printers, software and
phones, stamps and embossers.

Constitutional Study Group

This group will be dedicated to the creation of The Freeman Society Constitution, and
therefore the study and review of other examples of constitutions and charter documents.
Based on established and accepted standards, ours will be simpler and less ambiguous and
will include a section on duties, for as Freemen we recognize that duties are the source of
any rights and freedoms.


• People with excellent research, reading, writing and comprehension skills and
a background or interest in law and human rights.
Membership Cards & Laissez Passer
The ID / membership cards will be a lawful alternative to government issued identification
and will be used by members to identify themselves as a Freeman-on-the-Land.
Incorporating all the latest security features, they will be suitable to identify oneself to
existing policy enforcement officers and to secure the services and benefits of The Freeman


• People knowledgeable in the rules and requirements of ID, with good

administration and record keeping skills
• Graphic designers, writers, editors, and people with experience in printing,
paper, and document production
• High volume digital ID card printer, laminator, embosser
• Professional digital camera
• Office space
• Computer and related software for inventory management, document tracking

Communications & Public Relations

An integral and vital part of the team will be this group responsible for all aspects of internal
and external communications. The Freeman Society will require a web presence to provide
information about its mandate, contact information and a forum for members to share and
communicate together. Other projects will include newsletter publication, press releases and
media conferences, multi media creation, graphic design, discussions and negotiations with
external bodies, and establishing standards and protocols for all the above.

This department will be a vitally important aspect of a successful implementation and will
provide those practiced or interested in these talents an amazing opportunity for personal
growth and empowerment.


• Diplomatic people with excellent creative communications skills who can write
press releases, speak to the media and build positive working relationships
• Office space to house a communication hub: telephone, fax, paper,
communication network
• Graphic designers, writers, and editors
• Web site designers and programmers
• Video production and other presentation skills
Support Services
Support services are focused on serving existing and potential members. As time and
resources allow, various telephone departments will be diversified to provide specialized
service to those that require detailed attention.

Requiring well-spoken and thoughtful people capable of thinking on their feet and acting
strategically, candidates should have experience in public relations, communications,
graphic design, and technical experience. This is an ideal place for highly creative and
passionate people who like to have fun while achieving challenging goals.


• Good “People skills” (vocabulary, pronunciation and attentiveness)

• Writers and editors: telephone script writing
• Phone team manager and liaison to the society head
• Phones and lines
• Office space to operate the phone centre from

Government Coordination

The successful development and peaceful co-existence of a Freeman society will depend
greatly on the co-ordination with existing corporations, governments, police groups, and
culturally divided people. It is not our intent to harm or damage and we will use the rule of
law and the tools of discussion and negotiation to avoid conflict and subjugation.


• Detail oriented, diplomatic communicators with excellent verbal and written

• Communication skills. Team members looking to build solid, multicultural
• A meeting and presentation space
• Some really enticing Power Point presentations

Security Claimants

The intention of this group is to develop and implement the system by which society
members can claim dividends based on their securities. Research and development will
lead to the creation of a strategy document that includes: the steps involved, documents
required, people who need to be contacted, a way to approach financial institutions,
government employees and the courts. This group may also initiate repeated group actions
on behalf of the Freeman Society and its members.
Worker Support

This team will offer support to members looking for work, to develop and share their skills,
and/or promote their businesses.
Phase Two
National Growth
Once an office/café is open and services are being provided we will expand and offer
membership to all people in Canada. Some of the members from Phase One may begin
offering products and services. Other members will need to continue in newly formed
research and development groups for Phase Two. The focus in Phase two is on a
membership campaign, marketing efforts, and the creation of a movie to raise awareness
and desire to join. In Phase One we set up the structures needed to provide the services,
and in Phase Two we actually start providing them to interested parties.

1. Café/Office
2. National Marketing and PR Campaign/Membership Drive
3. Strategic Alliances
4. Education and Research Initiatives
5. Claiming and Homesteading Land
6. Blue Plate Travelers and PACLIP
7. Health Support Services
8. C3PO
9. Convening Courts

As soon as possible, the Freeman Society Canada will open and operate a simple and low
cost cafe and gathering spot that will serve as a National Headquarters until larger offices
are justified. The café will serve coffee, tea, simple breakfasts, soups, salads, sandwiches,
and organic beer and wine. This cafe will operate lawfully without any license or permits and
will offer fine organic herb for those inclined to responsibly enjoy marijuana. This cafe will
also act as a set for a feature film currently in pre-production.

National Marketing and PR Campaign/ Membership Drive

One of the key goals of the Communications Department will be to develop a National
Campaign that may include TV, Print and Radio advertising, sponsorship, and a Canada-
wide Tour. Using everything from advertising to guerrilla awareness campaigns, members
in this group will be responsible for ensuring that 2009 is known as “The Year of The
Strategic Alliances

This group will identify key existing groups such as those suffering with student loans, the
economically disenfranchised, trade specific unions, native groups, health activists, and
university students to create strategic alliances promoting sovereignty and upholding the

The goal here is to get peace officers to accept their oath and hold them to their duty to
recognize a Freeman-on-the-land and protect the peace by paying them. This may involve a
PR campaign and the creation of a document describing what peace is, what a Freeman is,
and what oaths, acts, and regulations bind peace officers. This group may also take on the
secondary goal of creating additional peace officers.

Convening Courts

This group will create proper de jure courts. This may involve seeking out members of the
current de facto court system who wish to uphold and practice the law in proper common
law courts. The intention of these courts is to successfully prosecute the unlawful actions of
officers, government employees, and judges; therefore it must be recognized as lawful by
sheriffs, peace officers and the prison system.

Claiming Land & Freeman Valley

This group will provide information and assistance for members claiming land. With the
coming recession and economic difficulties the time has never been better to claim and
improve land. There will be thousands of construction workers free to help build Freeman
Valleys in exchange for societal inclusion, land and housing. Instead of working many years
to own their own home and land, in a few short years they could be a part of a thriving
community and own their own home and land. They could accomplish this in the face of a
potential economic meltdown.

Relying on experienced and capable builders and engineers, our Valley will be free to
examine and utilize whatever energy creation and conservation technologies are available
without being tied or bound to the existing grid. Individual and unique cabins inhabited by
artists, tradesmen, teachers and other various people needed for such a community would
allow for a funky and unique living experience. We envision properties where alternative
building methods are explored and demonstrated alongside the highest quality modern
amenities and technologies.

With every property having a small cabin suitable to rent out, they would generate revenue
for the entire valley and could be advertised cheaply as a group. If all the properties are
linked by a path or walk way a world-class holiday and retreat experience would be realized.
Blue Plate Travelers and P.A.C.L.I.P.

Knowing that the right to travel is fundamental to almost all other freedoms, and having
researched the existence of that right and seeing how it is routinely abridged, The Freeman
Society sees a need for a means of exercising a long forgotten right. Identifying the
concerns of the existing policy enforcement officers, The Blue Plate Traveler Program along
with PACLIP will remove any arguments that they might have concerning their monopoly
over our roads.

Private Automobile Collision Liability Insurance Program

Freemen who travel in automobiles pool their money into a group account to offer insurance
against accidents to other drivers. Blue plates will identify the automobiles of Freemen who
travel and belong to the insurance program.


This group will be looking at issues of food security, public healthcare, and contemporary
health research.

• FOOD SECURITY: What is nutrition and how do we get it: seed protection,
organic food, oceans and aquaculture, local farming/agricultural support

• CORPORATE INITIATIVES/LOBBYING: eliminating toxins to the

food/industrial waste stream, GMOs, P3s, creating and/or evaluating
legislation and government healthcare, potential court action

• HEALTH RESEARCH: 100-Mile Diet, Greenpeace, The Health Action

Network, The International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine
Phase Three
International Growth
Beginning with other Commonwealth Countries the Freeman Society will co-ordinate with
people from other lands who are interested in establishing their own local chapters of The
Freeman Society, upholding the law, and creating sustainable living communities.

1. Creations and Acceptance of Laissez Passer

2. International Affairs and Co-ordination

Creation and Acceptance of Laissez Passer

Laissez Passer is French for ‘Let Pass’. While the Canadian government issued passport is
the commonly accepted travel document, it is within our right to create one as well.


• People knowledgeable in the regulations and procedures of border systems

• Graphic designers, writers, and editors for document creation
• Knowledgeable in print, paper and document production
• High volume digital printer
• Professional digital camera
• Physical space to house the printer, paper, ink and related material
• Computer and related software for inventory and tracking

International Affairs and Co-ordination

The Freeman Society Canada will need to co-ordinate with international chapters of The
Freeman Society. This topic will evolve with time as resources allow.


• People with good communication skills, multilingual, diplomatic and good at

developing relationships such as experienced travelers and international
business people.
The Freeman Society of Canada is an opportunity for us to steer our
country towards peace, abundance, and fellowship. By promoting and
upholding the proper execution of the Law, The Freeman Society will be
able to do what many have tried and failed to do: hold police officers,
government representatives and judges accountable for unlawful actions
and encourage them to operate peacefully and lawfully.

If you are interested in joining this movement send an email to and express the following:

1. Name and contact information.

2. Your abilities and assets.

Administration, Public Relations, Editing the Society News Letter,
operating our Gazette, maintaining an online presence and forum, opening
the Freeman School, teaching, support, construction, raising awareness
and capital, operating our cafes, etc.

3. What aspect of the plan you would like to be a part of.

4. Whether you can bring funds or only a Promissory Note.

5. If you want to be a part of the Valley.

6. Whether you are willing to be a Peace Officer.

7. Anything else you think is pertinent.

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