Triple Oaks Food Club is a Private Membership Association within our farm where members gain access to specialty items, discounts, giveaways, and variety boxes of our top selling meat & egg products throughout the year! All you have to do is pay a one time membership fee of $20.00 in cash and sign our membership agreement. That's it! After that, you are a food club member and will receive all the perks that come along with your membership.
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What is a Private Membership Association (PMA)? A Private Membership Association is men and woman collectively asserting and standing upon their secured perfect rights to assemble and associate; their reserved authority; their pre-existing claim to absolute authority and control over the health of their own body, mind and spirit and rights. A PMA functions by the members acting as people, in their real private character and capacity, “No State can make a law that impairs the obligation of a contract” and therefore is without jurisdiction.
A PMA does not need any authority or permission, of any kind whatsoever, from any government for its creation or in order for it to continue to exist and function. A PMA is created by and exists upon the contract authority and power that people have reserved for themselves. PMA members are free to exchange any services or information whatsoever on any topic they choose and can speak or write about, listen to, or read any information, use or obtain any information, product, or service on any terms agreeable to any member who chooses to provide that information, product, or service within the private membership association. PMAs are under no general lawful/legal obligation to recognize any statutory title of public competency, education or training (licensed persons/experts). Public Law, Regulations and internal Rules of administrative agencies that regulate the public do not generally reach a PMA because they would impair, impede, obstruct or defeat the PMA members’ ability to discuss, hear, read or speak about, print, obtain and use things which may be prohibited to be disclosed to or used by the public, unless the private membership association commits a nefarious act, which means some form of human rights violation or evil act against another human or in the wording of the courts “creates a clear and present danger of a substantial evil”. Anything less is protected and stays within the private domain.