The people who have applied to join the PMA. Those that have been accepted and are PMA members intend to remain private and the list of PMA members is private and is not for publication.
UPPERCUT SOCIAL CLUB
(A Private Membership Association)
The intention of Uppercut Social Club, a Private Membership Association (hereinafter the PMA) is to build local communities that are well grounded in the values of family, respect and sustainable practices that promote self-esteem.
Membership extends to the household of the signee. Benefits of membership include access to haircutting, hairstyling or shaving.
In order to protect the PMA and all of its members, all members consent to the terms and conditions set forth in this contract.
Every member joins the PMA as a real flesh and blood living sentient man or woman in their natural and highest character, capacity and standing; fully equal to all other men or women members.
Predicated on the above and in order to protect all PMA members from the application of public law, each member privately agrees to take upon themselves the care and responsibility for their own health (and the health of those dependent upon them) and in so doing agrees to do due diligence regarding any service offered to them by any member within Uppercut Social Club.
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Articles of Association
Intent and Purpose
1.1 The intent of all members of this Private Membership Association (PMA) is to be able to privately obtain all available services that may be used in promoting the willingness to invest in themselves by providing therapeutic treatments, peer counseling, resources, love, and respect.
1.2. The purpose of this PMA is for the members to gain access such procedures or services without regard to any form of governmental approval, clearance or permission.
2.1. The name of this PMA is Uppercut Social Club
Assertion of Rights by Members
3.1. In order to achieve the above stated purpose all PMA members consent to assert, stand upon and enforce all their applicable fundamental, unalienable, constitutionally secured, judicially or statutorily created or recognized perfect rights (rights) as human beings.
3.2. All members consent to the principles established as rights in the Bible; the common-law of England from the Magna Carta of 1215 CE through the English Bill of Rights, 1689 CE until the 4th day of July, 1776 CE; the Law of Nations, 1758 CE; The Declaration of Independence, 1776 CE; and those expressly stated in or deemed to be included the rights secured to people by The Constitution for the United States of America, 1789 CE, as amended and ratified by passage of The Bill of Rights, 1791, as lawfully amended (hereinafter referred to as “the federal Constitution”) and the Laws of the United States that are made in pursuance thereof; the Constitution or Form of Government for the People of California, 1879 CE, as lawfully amended (hereinafter referred to as “the California Constitution”) and the Laws made in pursuance thereof; and, the Constitution and the Laws made in pursuance thereof of any other state or commonwealth in which the PMA also become sited, operates in or in which a member thereof lives; and, if necessary, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 1948 CE, of the United Nations.
3.3. All PMA members consent to assert and stand upon their unalienable rights to Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness; private property; the specific constitutionally secured and included rights and any statutorily recognized rights or rights derived from a case decision including, but not limited to, the rights to freedom of association, speech, the press, privacy and especially regarding individual health and wellness care and acknowledge that all such rights are or can be applicable to all people.
3.4. All PMA members agree to assert, stand upon and enforce all their perfect rights especially those expressly enumerated in (or that by reason, logic and common sense, common-law, statute or case law have been incorporated in) Article I, Section 7 and Articles in Amendment One, Four, Five, Nine and Ten of the California and federal Constitutions that secures to each and every member of the PMA the absolute unalienable right to control their own body, mind and spirit.
3.5. All PMA members agree to assert, stand upon and enforce their absolute freedom of choice in services received and in the means, manners at all times while dealing privately/individually with other PMA members within the operation of the PMA on matters that are or could be considered generally to be within the scope and purview of the PMA.
Waiver of Privileges
4.1. All PMA members agree that they do not consent to and will not call upon, depend or rely upon any governmental authority for a determination of the safety, efficacy, lawfulness or legality of any form of grooming offered or provided by any other PMA member. Each PMA member agrees that they will exercise due care and do due diligence regarding any form of haircutting service discussed with or suggested by any other member before beginning any such service.
4.2. All PMA members do hereby specifically release and hold harmless from any and all liability any governmental authority for any act or omission made by one PMA member to another member including, but not limited to, any and all previously “licensed” providers or practitioners, governmental licensing administrative agencies or boards and all equivalent or similar agencies to The Department of Consumer Affairs (hereinafter referred to as the “DCA”)
4.3. All PMA members specifically waive all benefits offered by the State Board of Barbering of Cosmetology, as amended, and any and all similar local, municipal, city, county, state, federal or international legislation, public law, public policy or efforts purporting to statutorily control or regulate barbering services.
4.4. Every PMA member hereby specifically holds harmless and releases from liability each and every local, municipal, county, state, federal and international court (magistrate, judge or justice) from adjudicating any matter arising from participation in this PMA and for any act or omission (except for an act or omission creating a “clear and present danger of substantive evil” as determined by a jury for a court of competent venue and jurisdiction) made by any PMA member. No PMA member shall grant any magistrate, judge or justice of any court in The United States of America, or any international court, personal jurisdiction over such member while acting within or who has acted within the scope and purview of this PMA until such member has exercised all available remedies set forth herein in paragraphs 13 and 14.
4.5. All PMA members hereby specifically agree that as long as each and every one of the above-referenced administrative agencies and personnel; courts and the officers thereof leaves each and every PMA member alone that all PMA members will waive any and all rights to either institute a case or civil action or become a proper party in any law suit or civil action against, or request criminal prosecution for the deprivation of rights under color of law for any of the above stated persons’ or entities’ attempt to deprive any member of his/her rights included or referred to herein.
4.6 In order to provide remedy for the above waived rights, all PMA members shall have the right, starting first within the PMA, to select a panel of members to serve as arbitrators to hear any grievance a member brings against either the PMA or another member. The panel shall consist of a minimum of five members, two selected by the aggrieved party, two by the accused party and one selected by the PMA. The fifth member shall be a Director of the PMA unless the PMA itself is accused. In any case that the PMA itself is accused, the fifth member may be any other PMA member who is not an injured or aggrieved party to the issue and who is agreeable to both the aggrieved party and the accused.
4.7. In the event that an internal arbitration is unsuccessful, all parties agree next to seek binding arbitration from a source outside the PMA. This arbitration can be conducted by and according to the rules of the American Arbitration Association or by any other recognized arbitration association or society that has established by their record that they deal fairly with all parties.
Type of Association
5.1. The PMA is a fully informed voluntary meeting of the minds of free people acting in their natural, real, character, capacity and standing; associating together pursuant to the intent, purpose, express provisions, terms, conditions and principles set forth in this contract.
Benefits of Membership
6.1. The PMA offers people only one thing, membership. Membership includes access to information, entertainment and personal grooming services.
6.2. Every PMA member shall be entitled to access the PMA through the website or mobile application.
6.3. No PMA member accepts any liability for any acts or omissions committed by either the PMA or by any other PMA member.
6.4. Membership does not convey any right, title or interest in the PMA or to any asset or property acquired or owned by the PMA.
Membership and Consideration
7.1. The PMA is open to every man or woman of lawful age who is c
ompetent to enter a lawful binding contract and, through them, their family members and persons lawfully in their care, custody or under their control.
7.2. As set forth above, although everyone is welcome to apply for membership, in order to protect the privacy of the PMA and the members thereof membership is neither offered nor available to any agent, employee, officer or official (person) engaged in any investigative or regulatory activity that is or may be relevant to the PMA by any state, federal or international government or governmental administrative agency; licensing association or board; any person engaged in any form of law enforcement performing any investigative activity or function or while acting in any official or quasi-official character or capacity whatsoever for any government or governmental authority. Anyone in any such character and capacity privately requesting membership for any services provided must agree to uphold at all times the privacy of the PMA and of any and all members such person may come into contact with. Every person acting in any manner whatsoever for any administrative agency of any state, federal or international government must agree that this contract takes president over any public law and their employment or official position and agrees not to disclose anything seen, heard or discovered through membership contact with the PMA and its members to any investigative or regulatory entity, state, federal or international.
7.3. A list of all current PMA members shall be kept by the Director.
7.4. Consideration for a lifetime membership is free without charge. The membership includes all family members and persons in the member’s care, custody or control.
8.1. The PMA initially shall operate by and through the Director. The founder shall serve as the first Director. The founder and first Director of the PMA is Randy Mitchell.
8.2. The PMA shall thereafter operate by and through the Director and as determined or deemed necessary by the Director. Associate directors may be appointed or hired by the Directors. Associate directors may be assigned one or more specific duties and may also be a spokesman for the PMA for all or certain matters.
8.3. The Directors reserve the right to select from among themselves, any member or any other man or woman they deem is best able to communicate to act as spokesman should the first spokesman resign, become incapacitated or die.
8.4. All records created or maintained by the PMA, especially regarding any members’ personal information, shall at all times be, and will always remain the private property of the PMA regardless of who maintains custody of such record or where such record is archived/stored; any such record is protected by, at the minimum, Article IV in Amendment to the federal Constitution and the laws of The United States made in pursuance thereof.
8.5. The PMA may adopt additional rules and regulations as deemed necessary by the Directors, at the sole discretion of the Directors.
9.1. The PMA’s places of operation shall be located at at the following:
305, 3rd Street
Marysville, CA 95901
1215 Colusa Ave
Yuba City, CA 95991
1920 CA-65 #150
Wheatland, CA 95692
1150 Sunset Blvd #155
Rocklin, CA 95765
1950 E 20th St,
Chico, CA 95928
Money, Banking, Taxes and Fees
10.1. The Director and most PMA members object to the passage of the FEDERAL RESERVE ACT, the FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM and the FEDERAL RESERVE NOTE; that is the current paper “fiat currency” of THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. However, without prejudice and under the “doctrine of necessity,” the PMA, as an accommodation or under necessity, may receive FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES in the form of donation from time-to-time and shall open a bank/brokerage account for the purpose of negotiating any FEDERAL RESERVE NOTES received for paying expenses and taxes and for filing necessary government forms, for which a Director takes full responsibility.
10.2. The Directors shall be the sole signatories on any financial account maintained by the PMA. The Directors may delegate this authority to any one director.
10.3. The Directors shall timely pay or dispute any tax assessment levied upon the PMA by any governmental authority.
10.4. The Directors shall review any business licensing law, regulation or rule which may be claimed to be applicable to the PMA’s affairs and determine if any such license is, in fact, required for the PMA’s lawful operation in the venue in which it is located.
11.1 The PMA will automatically terminate upon the death of the last Director; or may terminate voluntarily upon the unanimous vote of the current Directors. Upon voluntary termination all assets of the PMA shall become the private property of the Founders, if then alive and competent; if deceased or incompetent, such assets will become the private property of their spouse, heirs, assigns, devises or estate.
12.1 Every PMA member specifically holds harmless and releases each and every local, municipal, city, county, state, federal and international magistrate, judge or court from any and all liability arising from any act or omission (except an act or omission creating a “clear and present danger of substantive evil” as determined above) which could be considered to be an “act of God” or otherwise “beyond the control of the Directors of the PMA” regarding any matter arising from a member’s participation in this PMA.
12.2. Conversely, any act or omission, of any kind whatsoever, committed by any person claiming to act or acting under color of law (not acting under actual constitutional authority) may be prosecuted, civilly and criminally, to the fullest extent of the law in any appropriate court.
Construction and Interpretation
13.1 The definition of all words used in this document, unless specifically defined herein, are as used in conversational English in use in the year 2021 CE, in The United States of America. No legal terms, phrases or definitions are used herein nor shall legal terms, phrases or definitions be used at any time in the future by anyone in order to give this contract a different intent or meaning than that which was intended and given by the author of this contract at the time of this document’s writing.
14.1. Each numbered paragraph and all clauses, conditions, provisions, or terms herein are severable. In the event that a jury of a competent court of proper venue and lawful jurisdiction finds any clause(s), condition(s), provision(s) or term(s) unlawful, illegal, void as a matter of law or unenforceable for any lawful reason, it/they shall be deemed excised from this contract and this contract and all remaining clauses, conditions, provisions and terms shall remain in full force and effect.
15.1. Proper venue is on the land inside the exterior boundaries of California.
16.1. The laws set forth in paragraph 3.2 above shall be the governing law for the PMA.
17.1. Membership in the PMA is non-assignable.
18.1. The above stated constitutes all clauses, conditions, terms and provisions creating and governing the administration and operation of the PMA. No oral recitations or promises made by any man, woman or person shall have any force of law or legal binding effect on the PMA or on any member thereof when acting within the scope or purview of the PMA.
19.1. The administration of this contract and the PMA hereby created is generally beyond the scope of authority and powers granted by the people to the de jure Republic form of the government of California and the United States and is protected by no less than Article I, section 7, of the Constitutions for California and the United States and Articles in Amendment IX and X of the federal Constitution and the laws of the United States made in pursuance thereof.
The above named PMA is hereby created by the Directors subscribing their autographs below, by their own hands, of their own free will, and by the people identified as Charter Members subscribing their autographs below, by their own hands, of their own free will beginning on this 30th day of August, 2021.
 Including the Original XIII (Thirteenth) Article in Amendment to the federal Constitution.
 The term “governmental authority” used in this contract means and includes any and all local, municipal, city, county, state, federal or international governmental administrative agencies, instrumentalities, subsidiaries or organizations; each and every agent, employee, officer, official or servant thereof weather acting in an administrative, judicial or in any representative character and capacity whatsoever.
 Except if the PMA or a PMA member commits any act, makes any omission, publishes or utters any statement which creates a “… clear and present danger that they will bring about substantive evils that Congress has a right to prevent.” Schenick v United States, 249 U.S. 47 (1919) as determined by a jury for a court of competent venue and jurisdiction.
 See Sections 242 and 241, Title 18 UNITED STATES CODE.
 Proper parties to this contract are not legal, fictional or lost “persons” acting in any commercial, legislative or public character or capacity; they do so simply as a real private living sentient fully informed man or woman.
 See Article in Amendment VII [Seven] to the federal Constitution.