TODAY IS THE DAY! LETS TAKE OUR FREEDOM BACK! Nullify That Which Is Against: the US Constitution, Nuremberg Code, Declaration of Helsinki
Dec. 15, 2021 - If you haven't already, please print out your flyers and postcards to hand out at schools, grocery stores, School Board Meetings, parking lots, malls, cars..... Remember this is an ongoing campaign. Not just for the 16th, we need to get the momentum going. source
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A Los Angeles Police Detective is Warning Tourists to Stay Clear of LA, Saying That They Will Be Unsafe
Dec. 8, 2021 - “We’re telling people don’t visit because we don’t think we can keep you safe right now,” Los Angeles Police Department detective Jamie McBride told Fox News on Monday.
The city, he added, is like the movie ‘The Purge,’ a popular horror film set in a US where crime is legal for a set period of time every calendar year. The difference between the movie and the city, however, is that in Los Angeles, criminals have 365 days to run riot, McBride said.
Like numerous other critics, McBride, also director for the LA Police Protective League, points to Proposition 47 as key to California’s laid-back attitude towards crime. The 2014 measure made theft below $950 a misdemeanor. The attempt at criminal justice reform, critics have said, has only fueled home invasions and smash-and-grab robberies as most criminals know they will be released not long after being caught and usually with little to no bail set. source
LAPD Detective Issues Dire Warning Amid Crime Surge
Dec. 6, 2021 - Los Angeles is experiencing an uptick in robberies such that the police is advising citizens to co-operate with the robbers. This is a direct results in Democratically controlled states which allows these criminals to be back out in the streets faster that the paperwork is completed. Defund the police and no or very low bail is part of this problem. The Democrat controlled state has several policies which contribute to this rise in crime:
- No bail - proposition 47
- No or little jail time (because of COVID-19)
- Defunding the police
- Vaccine mandates (reduced sheriff and police)
Los Angeles City Council No Longer Serves Our Communities – They Need to Be Expelled
Dec. 4, 2021 -
Los Angeles City Workers Are Seeking to Sue the LA City for Unlawful Vaccine Mandates
Dec. 4, 2021 - Los Angeles City workers will either have either get the Jab, spend unreasonable cost for testing or loose their jobs
LAPD Officers Sue City of Los Angeles Over Vaccine Mandate
Sept. 13, 2021 - LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Six Los Angeles Police Department officers are demanding in a new lawsuit that a federal judge immediately overturn the COVID- 19 vaccination mandate for city employees, claiming there's no evidence that natural-acquired immunity isn't as effective as the jab.
"The city does not and cannot point to any evidence that vaccinated individuals have longer lasting or more complete immunity than those who have recovered from COVID," according to the complaint filed in Los Angeles federal court against the city of Los Angeles, its police chief, mayor and administrative officer.
The Los Angeles City Council last month approved an ordinance requiring city employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by early October, unless they are granted an exemption for medical or religious reasons. Under the mandate, employees would be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a weekly negative COVID-19 test.
The Los Angeles Police Department Advising City Residents to “Cooperate and Comply” When Being Robbed
Nov. 13, 2021 - Due to an increase in violent street robberies, Robbery-Homicide Division has become aware of an ongoing crime trend of follow-home robberies. Suspects have been locating victims in Los Angeles, following them, and then committing the robberies as the victim arrives home or at their business. … These crimes have occurred throughout the City of Los Angles as well as neighboring cities. Different suspects have been identified and arrested for these types of crimes. source
LA is Corrupt, And We Need You on The Cleaning Crew
Nov. 16, 2021 - You read that right. LA is corrupt, but we can fix it.
While LA Leaders post pictures of themselves clearing trash with neighborhood volunteers, they need to start with their own offices. Our institutionalized and legalized corruption is the ultimate reason why homelessness is out of control, affordability is still just a dream, and crime is skyrocketing. Because there is no accountability and no transparency, there is no real progress.
Here’s what you should know, according to our research and sources:
- One-third of city council has been or is under current investigation.
- Our city council is the same size it was in 1925, when horse and buggies still existed and the city was 25% its current size.
- Each member represents more than 300,000 people, three times as many as anywhere else in America.
- Most city council members have never received more than 10% of the vote of their district population.
- 14 out of 15 members have been on a public paycheck for more than 20 years. Some have been on the dole longer than many of us have been alive.
How could this be? Because the system is built for corruption and self-permanence. City Leaders have almost absolute power, and they’re abusing it.
Stop LA Zoo’s 650 million expansion!
Nov 4, 2021 - Help protect our native woodlands, its ecosystems and preserve 23 acres of natural habitat. Say no to LA Zoo’s expansion plans!
LA Zoo is planning a $650 million expansion. Officials are considering a controversial transformation, hoping it would give it a competitive edge in a market dominated by powerhouse tourist attractions. “The zoo’s plan is another attempt to squeeze more money out of Griffith Park, a designated L.A. Cultural-Historic Monument,” said Clare Darden, a board member of the Griffith J. Griffith Charitable Trust. “There is no need for another amusement park in L.A. But there is dire need for preserving its increasing rare native ecosystems.” Take Action
The objective is to compete with the tourist attraction? Get your criminal hands off expanding the zoo - wrecking the natural rustic assets that the Griffith estate has awarded this great city. Get to doing something to better the society in LA and not like those criminal minded LA City Council members. LA Cultural-Historic Monument members do not agree with this horrid expansion. Follow the money and it will be apparent why this project is up for consideration.
LA City and County Officials Who are Deliberately Committing Crimes Against: Supreme Court, Humanity, WMA Helsinki Declaration and the Nuremberg Code (Report)
Dec. 8, 2021 - When you break the law and against the ethical principals which govern a society, you are indeed a criminal. And because you are a trusted servant which actions affects many lives, your criminal actions are detrimental to many. These individuals need to be prosecuted and be held accountable and liable personally along with others within the department of which they served.
The entire Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors will be identified in the days to come. they all voted/ratified with unanimous consent on vaccines mandates
WMA Declaration of HELSINKI
The Nuremberg Code:
December 2021 Energy Update – Prepare For A Pivotal Shift During this Month!
LA City Workers Under Duress and Coercion To Get Vaxed
Dec. 4, 2021 - LOS ANGELES — A group of 500 Los Angeles firefighters filed a lawsuit Friday against the city over its requirement that L.A. employees be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The lawsuit, filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court, claims the city’s mandate is a violation of employees’ constitutionally protected autonomous privacy rights.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the Firefighters 4 Freedom Foundation, a nonprofit representing 529 members, said Kevin McBride, the group’s attorney.
The firefighters are “pawns in a political chess match, ordered by thirteen politicians on the Los Angeles City Council to inject themselves with an experimental vaccine — over their objections — or lose their jobs,” the lawsuit states.
A group of employees in the Los Angeles Police Department also sued last week over the vaccination mandate.
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The city of L.A. moved to require city employees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by early October, while granting exemptions to employees with medical conditions or “sincerely held religious beliefs.”
More than 460 exemption requests have been submitted by LAFD employees, according to city data — a number equal to 12.5% of the department workforce. However, it is possible that some employees may have turned in multiple requests. source
LA City Council Being Sued for Setting Vax Mandates
Dec. 4, 2021 - In September, a group of six Los Angeles Police Department officers asked a federal judge to overturn the city’s mandate requiring all city employees to be fully vaccinated by early October. Along with the city, the lawsuit also names Mayor Eric Garcetti, LAPD Chief Michel Moore, and City Administrative Officer Matthew Szabo as defendants.
The lawsuit alleges that there is no evidence that naturally acquired immunity against the virus isn’t as effective as the vaccine. It also argues that the mandate violates the employee’s constitutional rights to privacy and due process, Los Angeles Daily News reports.
“The city does not and cannot point to any evidence that vaccinated individuals have longer lasting or more complete immunity than those who have recovered from COVID,” according to the complaint filed against the city of Los Angeles.
Though the city’s policy grants exemptions for religious or medical reasons, the six LAPD employees who are suing include individuals “who could not assert a medical or religious exemption” to the vaccine mandate, as well as individuals who have “experienced and recovered from COVID-19” and now have antibodies to fight the virus, the lawsuit says, according to the Los Angeles Times.
About a week later, a group of more than 500 Los Angeles Fire Department employees also filed a lawsuit against the city.
The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a nonprofit known as the Firefighters 4 Freedom Foundation, an organization that launched last month to “stop the mandated vaccinations for all City employees as well as the citizens of this great country,” according to their website. The organization is representing 529 LAFD employees in the lawsuit, which was filed in L.A. County Superior Court on Friday, according to the Times.
Additionally, five L.A. County employees sued their employer, alleging that the vaccine requirement for county staffers is unconstitutional.
“The county must consider and offer reasonable accommodations as a middle ground between individual freedoms and collective rights,” the lawsuit states.
“It did not do that. Instead, it viewed this sensitive personal issue through the lens of partisan politics.” source
Protected Bike Lanes Save Lives!
Protected Bike Lanes Save Lives!
Nov. 4, 2021 - In August, a beloved Phoenix resident was killed by a drunk driver while biking downtown. Despite being on a city-made bicycle lane, he was not protected from the driver crashing into him. Residents of Phoenix know that his death could have been prevented. They started a petition asking for the city to create better protections for bikers. They’re asking for bike lanes that are protected by guard posts, not just painted on the street. Will you join them in fighting for better safety regulations for bikers? Take Action
Stop Dark Money from Evading Disclosure on their online Ads – Petition
We must stop Dark Money from evading disclosure on their online ads, along with other ways Big Money hides from voters. SB 752 is the first bill in the nation to require large online ads to clearly show their top funder. Take Action
Los Angeles to Seize All Small Enterprise, Business and Real Estate
Oct. 13, 2021 - Impact of the mandatory vaccine passports on businesses
US Congresswoman Cori Bush has made an appeal for Americans to support the liberation of Palestine
May 15, 2021 - US Congresswoman Cori Bush has made an appeal for Americans to support the liberation of Palestine in the face of increased Israeli aggression. source
HERO: Man Stranded on Desert Island Still Obediently Wearing His Mask
The U.S. Coast Guard announced today that they discovered a man who has been stranded on a deserted island in the Caribbean Ocean for over 5 months after his boat sunk in a storm. A spokesman for the USCG reported that this heroic man has been responsibly wearing his mask the entire time on the island, even though he is the only living soul in a thousand-mile radius.
“This man is a true hero,” said Governor Gavin Newsom of California. “He is a shining example of an obedient citizen who dutifully wears his mask even when it makes absolutely zero sense for any sane person to do so. California citizens ought to look to this survivor and emulate him in every way.”
Celebrities took to Twitter to respond to the news and congratulate the stranded man on his unwavering commitment to obeying every single thing politicians and experts told him to do. “Thank you,” said superstar Mark Ruffalo, “for showing us all how it’s done!”
Authorities were planning on rescuing the survivor but later decided his story is just too inspiring and that he will serve a greater purpose if they just leave him there to continue wearing his mask.
“He has enough coconuts to last him a couple of years, he’ll be fine,” said the USCG spokesman. “Besides, wait till you see how he re-applies his mask between bites!” Source: BabylonBee
Email CAF’s Shareholders and Demand They Stop Supporting War Crimes!
Saturday is the annual shareholder meeting of CAF, a Basque company that is building the Jerusalem Light Rail (JLR), a tramline serving Israel’s illegal settlements in Jerusalem. Take Action
Oct 4, 2021
BREAKING NEWS: Gov. Newsom Signs AB 1177, the California Public Banking Option Act!
HISTORIC! Today Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 1177, the California Public Banking Option Act, a historic step which sets into motion the creation of the nation’s first public banking option. AB 1177 creates the opportunity to transform our financial services system and to center it on the needs of our local communities and build a more inclusive economy.
Thank you to our fellow co-sponsors of AB 1177, SEIU California and California Reinvestment Coalition and to the Californians who spoke truth to power about the realities of being un/underbanked.
This is the second public bank law the California Public Banking Alliance has won, following the passage of AB 857, the California Public Banking Act, signed by Governor Newsom at the end of 2019. Since the passage of AB 857, legislation to create local and regional public banks is moving forward in city halls across the state.
Stop Coca-Cola, Nestle and PepsiCo From Siphoning California’s Water Supply
June 27, 2021 - Given the unprecedented drought that California is facing, the idea that Nestlé, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and other water bottlers are tapping California's scarce water supply to sell, is unconscionable.
California's agricultural industry raises over a third of the country's vegetables, and two-thirds of the country's fruits and nuts. California is the most populous state in the Union. California suffers from devastating wildfires every year. Yet none of this concerns Nestlé, Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and other water bottlers; who put their needs for profit over the needs of the state of California and its residents.
The Denigration of Los Angeles
Why LA Can’t Solve Its Homelessness Problem Dec 30, 2020
City council races might not catch the attention of many Los Angelenos, but perhaps they should. We welcome back veteran journalist Jerry Sullivan, who says if voters were more concerned, they could put a stop to the corruption among local councils. In Los Angeles alone, there are 15 city councils, and low election turnouts have made it easier to land a seat. However, with little transparency, some city councils lack accountability and have become rife with corruption. If this continues, it could stop L.A. from becoming one of the best cities in the country.