Mission Statement

Four Main Objectives:

  1. Overturn Terry v. Ohio:

The devastating impact of Terry vs. Ohio on the civil liberties of all Americans-, especially if you happen to be a black American– cannot be understated. This ruling (and the laws stemming from it,) effectively and unequivocally places greater value on the “safety” (in fact, greater value is placed not on the actual safety but on the “belief of a threat to” or “fear for” the safety) of members of law enforcement. Police officers with a documented record of racial discrimination and/or allegations of serious misconduct including excessive use of force are protected by and afforded unreasonable liberty under this ruling. The precedents established by Terry v. Ohio have resulted in government-sanctioned murder of Americans. Terry v. Ohio + Graham v. Connor equates to an agent of the Government initiating the contact via “Proactive Policing.” When the subject responds with any degree of consternation, the LEO can then either beat or kill him, invoking Graham’s, “I was in fear for my life” policy.  

a.) Until 1964, the primary function of the Supreme Court was to deny the civil liberties of Black Americans. Then, with the passing of the Civil Liberties Act, its ability to do so was effectively curtailed, for the first time in history.
b.) However, the Supreme Court did not wait long to resume its most ardent objective: to deny Blacks equal treatment and rights under the law. Which is why, in 1968, SCOTUS ruled to place greater worth and more value on “officer’s safety” than on the lives of its citizens; more specifically, on the lives of Black Americans.
d.) Extensions of Terry vs. Ohio (aka: “Death Laws”) i. South Dakota vs. Opperman (428 U.S. 364 (1976); ii. Pennsylvania vs. Mimms, 434 U.S. 106 (1977); iii. Illinois vs. Gates; iv. Tennessee vs. Garner (g c); v. Sitz vs. Michigan State Police (g c); vi. Wilson vs. Arkansas; vii. Renn vs. United States; viii. Atwater vs. City of Lago Vista; ix. Arizona vs. Johnson

Terry must be overturned IMMEDIATELY!

  1. We seek reform of the SCOTUS selection process: Six Districts with Nine Elected Supreme Court Justices for a total of 54 elected Supreme Court Justices.

    Our current judicial system funds thousands of judges to put Americans in cages, but only 9 to ensure that those justices have ruled fairly and constitutionally. This is not merely unreasonable, it is obscene and must change.

    The only thing that our Supreme Court hears cases about is our civil liberties. Because the Supreme Court only hears cases about our civil liberties, we have the right to elect the people who are in charge of our right to life, to liberty, to the pursuit of happiness and to due process. Because history shows that the Supreme Court has not ruled to protect these civil liberties; in fact, quite the opposite. For example: in Sitz vs. Michigan State Police, SCOTUS said, “The empirical evidence shows that this program works.” In the direct sunlight of this ruling and others, we can see that the Supreme Court does not defend our civil liberties.

    The main reason for this, we feel, is because there is a barrier between them and us. And that barrier is the President. We do not truly elect our President; he is an elitist- from George Washington to Donald Trump- and that is unlikely to change. Then, this elitist chooses another elitist that his political party has vetted and chosen. We feel it is outrageous that we, the People, don’t choose the judges who are, in fact, both the arbiters and guardians of our civil liberties and propose this alternative in order to institute the “balance of power” that our constitution guarantees.
  2. We intend to champion effective and creative reform; The Montesquieu, Locke, and Rousseau Agencies

    Using the principles of John Jacques Rousseau, John Locke and Montesquieu, we need to apply a system of checks and balances on police immediately by forming two agencies that will be the guardians of liberty and a third agency which will oversee and redraw the congressional district lines. John Locke said “Show me the character of a man and I’ll show you how much education he has.” Let’s listen to our enlightenment thinkers. Keep a small portion of police (until we can phase out the entire idea of “law enforcement”), take half or even 60% of their funding and put it into these two new agencies, the “Montesquieu” and the “Locke.” Then, move to a digital detainment system where police no longer arrest individuals. People willingly agree to go with police because they are being filmed. Only the criminally insane or the most uneducated will refuse. What that means for those individuals is mandatory education or psychiatric evaluation to determine if they are criminally insane.

    1. The first agency is:”Montesquieu.” Every time a police officer has an interaction with anybody, this unit is deployed. (We don’t need 15 cops deployed at the same time, we need four cops and four auditors.) They are on-site auditors who retrieve all the body cam footage; they have the power of subpoena and they have the power to arrest.
    2.  The second agency is: “Locke.” This agency oversees district attorneys. Their primary function is to review district attorney’s cases. District attorneys in America get paid bonuses based on winning percentage; meaning, they get paid by the number of people that they put in cages. Incentivising incarceration must come to an end immediately. 
    3.  The third agency is:“Rousseau” which will oversee and redraw the congressional district lines all across America. We suggest a double-blind study between major institutions which will determine these congressional district lines rather than the current system which is flawed and blatantly corrupt. 
  1. We intend to pitch a scripted series to Netflix, Hulu, Disney, Amazon…

    The Scripted Series shows the story of Policing in America, the past, the present and the future. We will phase out this brand of “policing” in America and create a new brand of “Security and Education”

    This content and these new ideas need to reach millions and millions of viewers, not only in the US but across the globe.

    Let’s not leave people to wonder; let’s let them see what digital detainment looks like with a high-end production. In a ten episode scripted series that’s pre-written. We want to do three things with the series:

    I.  Show the real history of the United States.
    II. Show how it is now, today.
    III.  Show what a future history looks like with “digital detainment” and education instead of prisons. Where, you can’t go home but all you have to do is learn this and you can leave; that’s the point. And, it is not going to be a prison, it’s going to be a regular city, with a million cameras.
    A city where you can have relationships, where you can bring your family, where you can have a job, etc. When you lock a person in a cage for 15, 20 years; they are ruined. They are ruined for themselves and they are ruined for us. If somebody is that bad, they can go live in a city where, instead of bars and guards, there are video cameras. But, they get to have interpersonal relationships, they get to have a job, they get to sleep in their own bed, they get to have a fork and a knife; they are treated like humans instead of animals. Only the criminally insane will hurt and kill people when they are put into a regular city.

We won’t stop and we won’t quit until Terry v Ohio is overturned in our lives. The Next Gen must take the ball to create and pass the 28th Amendment; Breaking SCOTUS up into six elected districts, nine elected Justices, by the people in each district. The currently appointed, nine tyrants would be broken up into six districts; they would have to run for re-election in 6 years. There’s no reason that anybody in the world should be appointed to a position in the government of the United States of America. 
Join us! 

Chant the chant for change:

“Overturn Terry.  Overturn Terry. Overturn Terry.”

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