What is a PMA?
If you are a doctor, medical technician, nurse, a healthcare practitioner, holistic/alternative practitioner, dentist, in the field of finance, a non-attorney trying to assist others with their legal needs, in any field of human interest, a Private Membership Association will allow you to practice with the added protection of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UDHR) and our Constitutional Rights.
Over the past several decades, due to favorable rulings, opinions, and interpretations by the Supreme Court, the law of the land has highlighted our constitutionally guaranteed rights to conduct business in a PMA (Private Membership Association), we are operating in the private domain versus the public domain.
In the public domain, you must operate under the jurisdiction of the regulatory agencies designed to protect the public. In the private domain of a PMA, you can operate outside the jurisdiction of those agencies, as long as there is not a clear and present danger of substantive evil.
You can protect your practice and yourself with a PMA (Private Membership Association).
While not explicitly defined in the Constitution, the Supreme Court has acknowledged that certain implicit rights, such as association, privacy, and presumed innocence, share constitutional protection with explicit guarantees such as free speech. The Supreme Court has described the right to associate as inseparable from the right to free speech.
The right of association, under the Constitution, was heavily litigated in the 1950s and 1960s and association members’ rights were consistently upheld by the court. The right of association became a cornerstone of the civil rights movement.
In general, members of an association do not fall under the jurisdiction of local, state, and federal governments and corresponding laws and regulations. The exception to this general rule is when the activities of the private membership association present a clear and present danger of substantive evil.
An example of a PMA are drinking clubs in Texas. Since prohibition was repealed in 1933, regulation of the alcoholic beverage industry was delegated to individual states. Some states, such as Texas, allow individual counties and cities to govern the sale of alcohol. As a result, 46 out of Texas;’ 254 counties are dry, meaning that sale of alcohol is forbidden. However, you can go to virtually any restaurant in the dry counties, and, simply joining their private associations or drinking clubs, they can sell you and other members alcohol, even though it is prohibited by local law.
It is important to note that the right to associate is not limited social or political activities. According to the Supreme Court, this right can be utilized for business activities. Members of a private membership association have the right to private contract under the due process liberty clause of the First, Fifth, Nineth, Tenth, and Fourteenth Amendments, and states may not pass laws that impair the obligation of the contract.
The most common benefits of operating under a Private Membership Association:
* Operate a health or other type of business association outside the jurisdiction and authority of federal and state government and agencies involving association activities.
* Maintain greater privacy of financial and business affairs of your association.
* Greater security of being able to continue operation in a world of changing laws and politics.
* Increased profits due to unrestricted and beneficial structuring and strategies not available to regulated health association.
* Instead of conducting business under a legal loophole, operate under a legal exemption decided by the supreme law of the land.
Why is a Private Membership Association right for me or you?
* A PMA does not need authority or permission of any kind 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 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.
* 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.
* A PMA generally falls outside the jurisdiction of public law, regulations, and internal rules of administrative agencies including, but not limited to, the public law that created the FDA and other agencies.
* A PMA is men and women 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; 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.
* All businesses and industries have the ability to remove the business from the jurisdiction of public law and to implement the protections of operating within the private domain. In today’s world, business leaders are not taught to seek these protections and are educated to operate their business in compliance with and subject to public law. There is a better answer- a properly formed PMA!
Why is An Infinite Abundance going by way of a PMA?
- For the reasons above.
- The gov’t basically shut myself down, as well as many other health & wellness practices. Hmmm… They will no longer be able to.
- To be able to better support our members (formerly, clients) and offer more.
- Having the freedom to give my opinions and to speak the truths when it comes to my business’ practices and caring for our members.
- To support, build better relationships and collaborations with members, other PMAs and their members.
If you are interested in learning more about An Infinite Abundance as a PMA, looking for more information about PMAs, interested in developing your own PMA(s), please feel free to contact me at any time.