Okay, for some reason my entire post didn't get through, here's the full text........
Thanks very much. Actually, the resolution doesn't necessarily advocate a centralized movement as it may sound. I understand the dangers of a more centralized movement; however, I believe that even a more centralized structured movement is better than what we have today.
Just to give a brief explanation of how this "national 911 campaign" would look (beyond the departments, committees, programs, etc...) the base structure of this campaign would be modeled after a 'congress.'
1.Each of the 50 states, or states that we have groups and individuals in would make up our 'national campaign.' ie - Ohio State Camp., NY State Camp., FL State Camp., etc....
- each group(s) in each state will have the same amount of power.
-if/when measures and initiatives are brought forth by a particular group it would be voted on by the entire 'congress'
-in this way, there is no power struggle, no chance for people to 'rise to the top' and use 9/11 truth as a platform for their ambitions. Moreover, we'll be able to vote on and clarify strategies, campaigns, initiatives, and directions that we should take.
Each state will have at least one '** state rep,' voted in by their constituents in that state.
Each group will have a 'group rep,' voted in by their group.
Each group will be made up of 'campaign activist reps.'
The group and state representatives will make up the national 9/11 truth campaign 'congress.'
These groups and state reps will have the responsibility (only) of representing the needs of their groups and states. And they will put forth different initiatives, measures, and so on.....
Some activist reps, state reps, and group reps have the option making up a particular committee and department that they would like to specialize in. I have a very detailed list of potential committees and departments.
Other intra-movement groups or committees [GC for short] (separate for the congress) would include: Family Member's group or committee [GC for short] (made up of victims family members fighting for truth), Whistleblower's [GC], Scientists and Academics [GC], First Responders [GC], Public/Military Officials [GC], etc...
So again, this wouldn't be so much centralized as it would be groups sharing equal responsibilities, voting on strategies, measuring progress, focusing tasks and energies on important areas.
Another part of this resolution proposes a movement 'constitution' which would establish how these different groups, committees, depts, etc would be set up and how they would interact with one another. It would also establish a code of conduct for our national campaign, principles, mission and vision statement, and our core values. All of these rooted firmly in the revelation of truth, patriotism, change, social justice, and honor of the families....
Both parts of this comprehensive resolution, the structure and the constitution, are currently a draft or model of what one could be. We have identified, in the documents current form, all areas possible that we can focus on. What we're looking for is to put together a national conference where we could really put this together with inputs from 911 and truth groups across the country. In a way, this would be similar to a constitutional convention.
What's being proposed here might seem overreaching or too ambitious. I would say that this is the very least we could do. What we're attempting to do is essentially indict those responsible for 9/11 and most likely responsible for atrocities for decades. These people are able to carry out these attacks and be so effective b/c of their organizational skills. They are able to appeal to the mainstream and brainwash them. Meanwhile, we struggle day by day and watch them Very Easy marginalize us. One reason that they are able to do this so easily is because of our lack of organization and strength. It is because of unprofessionalism and lack of clear message and cohesiveness. How would we look to mainstream Americans if we were able to tell them that," We are the National 9/11 Truth Campaign. We have a congress consisting of reps from all 50 states. We have departments, committees, programs, campaigns, and a membership of *,, Americans across the country. We also have groups and committees consisting of a powerful victims families group, whistleblowers, military and public officials, 911 first responders, etc.....
There's no reason that we can't have this and many other great ideas put forth by all of us. It's the very least we can do. I'm a firm believer in if you keep saying that you can't achieve a certain goal, you never will. So, when it comes to things as ambitious as this, there's no harm in trying. Given the current state of our movement, what do we have to lose? Then again, what do we have to gain?