Action must be taken to prevent and discourage willful violation of American freedoms.
Initiatives seek to educate the public about social injustices stemming from inadequacies in governmental bodies and their impact on American communities. This involves spreading information through campaigns, workshops, seminars, and online platforms.Our initiatives are similar to grassroots movements that mobilize individuals around a particular cause or issue. These movements aim to build collective power and influence through community organizing, direct action, and coalition-building. Politicists Initiatives (P.I.s) play a vital role in shaping the political landscape by raising awareness about important issues, mobilizing public support, influencing policy decisions, and ultimately driving political change.
How Initiatives Work
We recognize the importance of addressing multiple forms of oppression that intersect with one another. We strive to understand how different systems of power interact and impact individuals with intersecting identities. This involves listening to marginalized voices, amplifying their experiences, and taking action to challenge oppressive systems. Our organization will receive, and process, complaints of gross and/or on-going abuse of lawful exercise of Freedoms of the People by:
- Governments (federal, state, and local)
- Social Media Platforms
- Pharmaceutical Companies
Actions We May Take
P.I.s may focus on advocating for policy reforms within existing systems and institutions. This can involve working with lawmakers, engaging in policy research and analysis, and collaborating with other stakeholders to propose changes to existing laws or regulations. Depending on the severity of the issue and its impact on Americans, we might aim for more stringent solutions, such as:
Petition for Redress
A formal request or appeal to a government or authority, seeking the resolution of grievances or the correction of injustices. The right to petition for redress is protected by constitutional provisions at the state and federal levels.
A voluntary and confidential process for parties to negotiate a dispute or conflict. The goal of mediation is to reach a mutually acceptable agreement or resolution without litigation or formal legal proceedings.
A method of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in which evidence and arguments presented by both sides are reviewed by one or more arbitrators who make a binding decision, known as an arbitration award, to resolve the dispute.
A process of initiating a lawsuit or other legal steps to resolve a dispute or seek legal remedies. It involves using the court system or other legal mechanisms to assert rights, enforce obligations, or seek redress for harm or wrongdoing.
What is an Initiative?
A Politicists Initiative (P.I.) is a specific action taken to address political corruption issues, reshape public policy, or bring about other governmental change. These initiatives are driven by a desire to make sure government action and policies align with the Constitution.
“When the wicked are multiplied, transgression increaseth: but the righteous shall see their fall.”
When wicked people are in power, crime and injustice are rampant. But those who love justice and doing what is right will see the downfall of those who love evil and doing what is wrong.