Ethics Flier

Local peaceful assemblies are a way for the people to make local deicions with ayes and nays of all present.

Thus, Peaceful Assembly, is abridged, in violation of the first amendment, when local officials make local decisions.

Local officials are thus illegal.

Local officials also violate the tenth amendment, because local officials are neither the state nor the people, and the tenth amendment reserves powers not given to the federal government to the state or the people. “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”

So we are ignorant that peaceful assemblies are the way to make local decisions: The tenth amendment is a backhanded protection of the people from local officials: And this is a 14th amendment civil rights issue, in that state constitutions incorporating local officials, violate federally protected priviledges and immunities.

For large cities to practice this form, every park is opened up at the same time for peaceful assembly, the same issues come up in each park to be voted on, each park votes, each park has one vote.

That we don’t know these laws, forms, means we are in totalitarianism.

Quorums of 236 are required to decide if something can be built, in some New England Towns.

 NJ Towns made local decisions in Peaceful Assemblies into the 1900’s.

 When will we be able to show a little humility and admit our current local government is wrong, and illegal?

The immunity to local officials is abridged, as is the privilege for the people to consensus and decide local issues.


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One Response to “Ethics Flier”

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