1875 Resolve – Codification Of The Amended Constitution Of Maine

Courtesy of Lise from Maine.

View Resolve, click here.

“Can the Constitution of the State of Maine (original) be “codified” as mentioned in the 1875 resolve?

Absolutely not!

Code: Laws are “reduced” to code = roman civil law and under the control of the legislature; an expansion of power for the legislature which can’t happen lawfully as the legislature operates “underneath” the original Constitution of the State of Maine and NOT above it.

An amendment is “added” to the already existing constitution (see Article X, Section 4 – Constitution of the State of Maine – original).

Does the 1875 legislature possess a delegation of authority to create a fraudulent resolve and have the people (electors) vote on it?

Absolutely not!

Before creating the 1875 resolve, did the legislature ask the Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court a “question of law” regarding this fraudulent resolve (see Article VI, Section 3 – Constitution of the State of Maine – original)?

Apparently not! They allowed it to go to the people (electors) for a vote. Can the legislature lawfully “fool” the people electors) into voting for a fraudulent resolve?


This is treason and fraud against the original State of Maine and the people as a whole.

Can the Chief Justice or anyone for that matter rearrange and omit parts, articles, and sections of an amended constitution?

Absolutely not!

It was Chief Justice John Appleton of Bangor, Maine who participated in this codification of the amended constitution. He must have known what he was doing since he is the Chief Justice and learned in law (common law) otherwise he would not have had that position to start with. He committed treason and fraud against the original State of Maine and the people as a whole.

As previously stated, an amendment is “added” to the already existing constitution and cannot lawfully be rearranged and no omission is allowed.

Did Governor Nelson Dingley, Jr. of Lewiston, Maine and the Executive Council ask the Justices of the Supreme Judicial Court a “question of law” as it relates to this fraudulent 1875 resolve?

I don’t know.

Can Governor Dingley execute a fraudulent law?

NO, he can’t.

Can future Governors execute fraudulent laws?

No, they cannot.

By the way, a fraudulent law is not law.

Take notice that the legislature has to approved or disapprove (new amended constitution reduced to code = roman civil law = under the control of the legislature) what the Chief Justice has submitted to them and is another expansion of power for the legislature.

So what actually happened with this 1875 resolve?

I strongly believe that a brand new “statutory” state (a reduction in status as it relates to the general government) was created unlawfully during the reconstruction acts, and the people (electors) were “fooled” into voting for it. This is the beginning of the “territorial” state as we see today ( see definition of state in Title 19 MRS and the Motor Vehicle codes).

I have to wonder if the selectmen questioned this fraudulent resolve.

I don’t know.

I repeat that a constitution cannot lawfully be codified.

Thank you!

I welcome comments.”

Lise from Maine

Constitution Of The State Of Maine 1825

Courtesy of Lise from Maine.

Click here.

Also included is the Constitution of the United States. See Art. XIII.

Published in: on October 10, 2013 at 9:04 pm  Comments (7)  
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