Redefining America

Redefining America

Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12th in poverty and survived on a small farm in Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois with minimal schooling. It wasn’t easy for Abraham to afford to go to school and books but with the extraordinary common sense and ambition to learn Abraham’s mother and stepmother provided opportunities for books.

The Question Arises What Is America from 1820 to 2020 ?

A Basti ( village)

Overlooking the land of five rivers of Multan Pakistan, there is a small Basti. A Basti is a village where all the people live and work side by side as a large family on one big farm. Everyone shares in the chores , tilling the soil, harvesting the crops, caring for the livestock and tending the mango gardens and other fruits grown for which the City of Saints is known even in the United States.

In this Basti (village) there are also many children. This is a story about the five of them Abraham , Sarah, Musa, Ali and Batool . They are good friend and study together in the same school . They live in the same area and play together almost everyday , ever since they are born they know each other like brother and sister. They are between 7 to 9 years old except Batool she is 5.
Since the people of Basti all live together as a large family they share the good things that happen we’ll have troubles.

Children help parents by feeding the animals and care for gardens and the vegetables at the seasonal harvesting time . Children go out to the fields with adults to gather the wheat and to take it to the barns where they store until it’s ready to ground into fine fresh flour for bread.
Beside these work which all the people of Basti ( Village ) do together each of the five children have special work , Abraham job is to tend horses that work hard in the fields of this small village . The time school is over Abraham hurry to the stable where he strokes the names of Kala, Kali and the bacha.
How are you feeling ?
Are you very tired ?
He asks the horses as he looks over their legs and hooves for scratches , clean with strips of soft cloth .
Don’t I make a good doctor bacha ? Ask nicely
When Abraham grows up he wants to be an animal doctor and a veterinarian who treats not human beings but only animals to keep them well and happy.
Bacha gives a loud whinny,

One day when there is no school Abraham jumps on the back of Kala the friskiest bourse in the barn , kala flying like the wind around Basti ( Village ) until it’s time for supper .

While Abraham busy with the horses, a black long hair Sarah busy working in the Chicken coop, running and skipping all around in one hand bowl with chicken feed her other hand is waving a big , ha la lo ya , to move them to one side busy back and forth cleaning the coop.
Sarah talks to chickens but chickens do not listen, they are busy scrambling for the best seeds Sarah has scattered around the ground for them , Carefully she gathers up all the eggs for breakfast.
Thank you for the delicious eggs Sarah whispers to the hens while roster ready for the Azan.
As soon as Musa finishes his homework , he runs to the cow-shed to visit moti , bahri,lambi and pagul the cows of the village . Musa picks their names himself from experiences and behavior . When the cows see Musa coming they start mooing so joyfully that you can hear them in India .
Musa thinks they must be very hungry.

I don’t know how you moo so loudly while holding an armful of fresh straw to Pagul, you make delicious sweet white milk out of all that dry , yellow straw you eat . I just don’t get it Musa said to the cow . The friendly look at Musa with her gentle, bulging eyes and chewing the cud as if she was trying to think up a way of explanation.
But she gets too busy swinging her tail to chase the flies off her backs. Oh. Never mind Musa says you can tell me some other time .
Ali, the most serious and youngest boy of the three , helps care for the mango garden where best mangos grow. When the mangos are ripe they turn a beautiful deep-yellow color and fill the village air with a delicious sweet smell. That is the time when they have to be picked from their trees. Ali takes each ripe mango and wraps it carefully into thin, red paper .
There you go he whispers as he puts each fruit into its own special place in the big basket while he is careful from the honeybees who want to taste the sweet mango juice.
The baskets full of mangos will be taken to the village market to be sold.
Batool who is the youngest member of this group and full of fun works in the vegetable garden . There are the cucumbers , the peas , the carrots , the lettuce , the beans , the leafy spinach and of course red tomatoes with green papers next to it . Batool waters them and pulls outs all the ugly weeds so they won’t crowd out the healthy vegetables , Who needs you ? Batool scolds as she tears out a weed growing beside a cucumbers.
Next to the vegetable garden there is a flower garden too, children are very proud of their flower garden which helps make the village a beautiful place almost like the garden of Eden in the Quran . Batool is especially proud of the rose bushes where the birds make their nests. She listens to the Hud Hud sing and makes up a song with words all her own which she teaches the rest of the children..

Batool,s mother and father are busy preparing for a new family member to arrive from heaven. She doesn’t know that she would have a little brother or sister who will be part of her family.

The children have a share not only in the work of the village but also have fun when baby calf, goat or lamb is born the children choose the names for their new friends , in holidays they help put up holidays decorations , when family members visit from different city they greet them and take them for walk to show the village .

The children are learning basic steps of nature by playing with baby calf, ponies, goats and lambs. They love reading books Abraham loves reading stories to the children every Saturday they have a picnic where everyone reads and writes stories .
Abraham tells a story from a Book named “Human Fealty“ this story is about a young boy named Lincoln who was born in a small farm in Kentucky United States. It was not easy for Lincoln to go to school. He helped his family by working on a farm due to extraordinary common sense and ambition to learn. Lincoln never wasted a minute of his life always learning from the books of his stepmother. While working on the farm he always thought about changing tasks by making them simpler and easier to improve productivity.

At his young age Lincoln had many experiences of poverty , struggle and witnessed some people suffer and be treated badly just because of the pigment of the skin. Lincoln realized that he must work hard to gain knowledge in order to improve the life of children who are born in the darkness . 52 two years went by quickly and Lincoln was elected president of the United States to change the structure and system for children to be born free.

Listening to this story a ray of hope showed on the faces of the children and Batool asked Abraham where this Village of America Abraham replied I don’t know it’s in this book.
Batool got the surprise news of her baby brother they named him Ismael . All the children were happy celebrating the new member of the family, summer vacations started and all five children are busy playing everyday. The young baby is too little to be outside. Sunday morning Mohel arrived in the village some people call him Brit in Different languages older children ran away from him as he arrived at Circumcise Ismael and to cook food for people a celebration that reminds young children of the story of Prophet Mohammed .

Whole Village was invited to celebrate at the same time children are being trained from the instructions of the fathers from time to time . They hear nothing but do’s and don’t doesn’t understand the meaning of the actions yet when they grow up virtuous mental and spiritual habits attained inwards slowly during this time in the village while playing and learning true nature so they can have a happy and healthy culture.

There is a variety of different democratic systems throughout the world by observing British colonialism, American Jefferson system, Switzerland democratic system and Indian constitutional system. In this note, I compare different laws of democracy. The theory and practice of freedom comes from a variety of systems such as democracy, Republic, constitution state, kingdom.

Laws of Nature gives us only a tiny taste of a huge universe , In simple words honeybees, ants and many other creatures are giving us an excellent example of society, system, rules and democracy through natural law, nature is our home and pure democracy by understanding that we are just tiny matter in a huge loop of life. Some creatures are well organized according to the law of nature and certain basic rules are mutated in them to survive together. The proposed of our man-made democracy is to have a basic knowledge of civic duties and certain rules written or memorized by the people to live in peace. The rules have many names such as the contracts, the charters, the constitution, the documents of laws, treaties last two hundred years. We are very familiar with the term constitution, which is commonly used nowadays.

Almost every state must have some kind of constitution written or unwritten even in a state ruled by a dictator there is a constitution to direct people. Any state that does not have a constitution would be considered a regime of anarchy but with some kind of order. A constitution is the body of rules that determine how government operation is to be carried on a daily basis. It includes all rules as to kings or presidents, legislators, senators, ministers, judges, election and so on. According to the translation from the Book of Rabi, the first human government that emerged on earth as an autocracy or plutocracy by a man called King Nimrod. Before Nimrod, there was no need for government in the Garden of Eden. Everyone obeyed God, so there was no conflict. Sin had not yet entered, so there was no theft or violence. Human government was not needed at all until Nimrod declared himself Supreme power and challenged the Efficient cause (Lord) to introduce Human rights.

Aristocracy with theocracy a system of government by nobility started with Prophet Abraham who introduced family government for his extended family as well as others who lived in this village. This included providing work and income. He introduced a system and obligation to defend his people if they were attacked when a member of this democracy was captured Prophet Ibrahim organized his army and rescued citizens in this first organized system.

Sumer, located in Mesopotamia, which is Iraq, now started complex civilization in the interregnum of over 70 years as, gerontocracy developing the first city and system of states. It was in these cities that the earliest known form of writing, cuneiform script appeared from Hammurabi for Basic direction, names of authorities, Street, cities a proper system in writing. Many systems were introduced by hagiocracy, a system of government by the King or High Priest changed hierarchy to kakistocracy to a barbarian way of life continued and comes revolutionary change with Prophet Moses Ten Commandments, a new system introduced according to the book of laws and referendums. Thirteen tribes continued the best system of Government by the nobility of gerontocracy and referendum until King David passed that turn into kakistocracy.

Over time many new nations started to realize that they needed a system of Government usually oligarchy and theocracy ruled for a long time until stratocracy started gaining power and bureaucracy for democracy started from British and continues for the last three centuries. The British had the oldest living constitution in the world, which had made the circle of the globe and become the common possession of civilized people due to colonialism. The British system of government has spread far and wide because of a the monotheistic idea which was extremely important to enhance knowledge worldwide to improve life and higher power used British to enhance the system of government although some may argue that they took treasuries of many nations. Overtime British slowly developed through the centuries, got away from constitution, and developed an amalgam of institutions, principles and practices. The constitution is a composite of charters and statues of judicial decisions of common law, of precedents wages and traditions. It is not like American and Indian styled derived from specific sources of writing constitution or Amendment but from several past examples and experience open to a process of growth. It is a child of wisdom and of chance whose course has sometimes guided by accident and sometimes by high design of Almighty (Rab) for human Development.

In the 21st century future of democracy lies in the conscious art of freedom in which each successive generation has the right to add its own amendments without any concern of old symmetry of the forefathers and its structure because change is part of life. The journey from constitution to common sense takes hundreds of years to become the fruit of intellectual people a process of gradual change otherwise it’s just ink on the papers for distraction and arguments but justice.

In 2012, I visited London to see my Great Grandfather’s sword in British Museum and tried to buy a copy of British Constitution. the Englishman concept of society and rules are different from many people that I can get a copy of Magna Chart-a of 1215 , the Bill of Rights 1689 , Parliament Acts of 1911 and 1949 and thousands of similar documents but the whole constitution in one documentary because a substantial portion of the Constitution is based on common sense.

British do not have in the written form such as freedom is the birthright of all living things does not have to be in writing a certain way to restrict freedom. this idea inspired me and embraced my limited understanding , that basic rules of a city, state and federal government are written to operate for the function of a government but rules of life should be based on “ liberty “ and cannot be bound into a time capsule .

Human development cannot be restricted by a contract or a constitution because conditions keep changing along with new problems, new technology and knowledge. Thus, the rules that we obey in America are written in black on white paper and constantly getting amendment on top of the amendment is a huge documentary of the stone age.

My brain kept asking me the same question, if British do not have a constitution the idea of theory and practice does not work. , while I was sitting in the train from London to Manchester, asked the English Gentleman who seemed to be well educated about the question of the constitution Mr. John Cromwell replied that the British Constitution is a Parliamentary indeed it is written and keep changing for thousands of years we just do not amend it to save energy and time. The answer cleared my confusion that the British have a constitution.

The five hours journey went by quick with Mr. John Cromwell who works as an advertising salesperson for a London based newspaper. Our conversation continued for an hour until dinner arrived. Cromwell soft spoken very polite person whose personal idea of constitution is simple and similar to the young Americans that it should be limited to the basic rules to run government not the daily life the word he commonly used in his conversation was “flexibility “of laws.

The beauty of British Parliamentary system is that the law of 1911 and 1949 allows members of Parliament to bend the House of Lords and House of Common to adopt change in civil and criminal matters to make life easy based on no law is more fundamental than individual liberty and freedom. Unfortunately is opposite in America after any crisis or at the time of stress things get more complicated in the House and the Senate usually new law on top of the old one complicates justice.

Perhaps if I remember the British petition of right and the bill of rights and comparing them between king John Lockland and Queen Isabella response at the time of stress and crisis. King John was a very intelligent man who set the foundation of the British law for the first time certain basic rights were recognized for the common people in the year 1215 and here we are in America after almost 1000 years from the British bill of rights arguing the Patriot Act of 2001 is unconstitutional.

It was interesting to understand that in British history meetings were held by the kings with philosophers, poets and intelligence intellectuals to improve laws and conditions of the citizens afterward meeting were turned into conventions just for the argument of the issue to study theory and practice Perhaps cause and effect. The cause was conventions and effect laws of the constitution. Over time a system was developed.

(b) The conventions of the constitution.

(a) The law of the constitution.

The distinction between the two does not lie in the written nature of the first and the unwritten character of the second; the real beauty of the unwritten part of constitution is that its power vested on the judicial court of the country to recognize and enforce only the constitution the convention part is not recognized.

In simple words people wish for the constitution with flexibility. It is unitary and parliamentary for the Rule of law, which is the most important principle of liberty. British do have many statutes or acts of parliament passed from time to time and deal significantly with the constitution matters the most popular ones are the act of Habeas Corpus of 1679. The settlement act of 1701 , the reform acts of 1832, 1867, 1884, 1918, 1928 perhaps some are executive Bill by the Crown to override laws to maintain justice and power. The modern politicians are pushing the Great Reform Act to enhance democracy and now am watching the British Parliament in stress condition with the Brexit debate that has reached a new and dizzying level of bizarreness by new lawmakers.

British Judiciary plays an important charter by interpreting constitution, statutes, common laws and agreements. Common law is another important source of the constitution, the original law of the land, which represented sovereignty of King and Queen although time has changed but the majority of British constitution based on common law. The reason I picked British constitution and law to compare with other democracies around the globe just because British have one of the oldest and most advanced systems of government Perhaps the reason of advancement is that the Queen and the people do not have much faith in abstracted theories, they are naturalists and realists for liberties . British Leadership believes in the trial and error method and open to debates and arguments when making a law in the form of convention that allows plenty of time for experiment if the experience suggests that a certain convention needs to be modified its easily changed and embodied in a statutes afterward.

British are very bright because they are willing to change with the time and much credit goes to the parliamentary process, the Queen, the Prime Minister, House of Common, House of Lords perhaps the public wishes is a democracy which takes a long time to produce fruit of knowledge.

Two major political parties have always been in the United Kingdom and the United States in one form or the other with different names. Before the war of Independence in America, there were the Loyalists and the Patriots. The Loyalists were loyal to the British crown, became property owners, and later worked for independence with the Patriots. After the independence of the United States of America, the old ideology disappeared and two new parties emerged. The Federalist and the anti-federalist. Those who supported a strong central government called themselves Federalist “ the Republican Party “ and those who supported the strong state government called themselves Anti-Federalist which are the Democratic Party .

Therefore, to-day Augusta, 11 2020 in the United States there are only two privileged parties. There are other small ideologies but unfortunately in the violations of either Federal or the State Elections Enforcement Commission. The People’s Party of Connecticut is also in violation of an unknown law, which controls party member’s financial condition and movements. Therefore, my struggle will continue to enhance and upgrade the system of justice and freedom.

Grappling with the scope of the constitutions, charters and laws of many nations, Switzerland laws are interesting to grapple with. Switzerland is the heart of Europe. Its constitution deserves special study because it is the brain of democracy because no other nation on earth has as many democratic institutions then Switzerland. In spite of diversities of religion, language, culture Swiss are a United in regards to democratic values and freedom. This shows that differences of religion, color, culture, language cannot prevent people leading a peaceful and harmonious life. This is the only country that has established a system of Plural executive. This implies that in Switzerland the executive power is not concentrated in the hands of one individual like in many nations. A plural or collegiate executive is a Nobel feature of the Switzerland Constitution that inspired me the most. Let me explain in detail how Switzerland’s constitution works. It is a written documentary.

Switzerland is governed according to the fundamental law of 1848 and first revision was done in 1874, it is bigger than the American constitution because many parts of the constitution deal with non- constitutional matters such as fishing, hunting, and control of conditions, which are general nature matters. Switzerland constitution is also rigged one like American and not easy to amend by an easy process Perhaps better than many nations because it’s based on a referendum from the people themselves and referendum is done when the majority of people agree as well as by the legislature when an issue arises. Switzerland has eight political parties the President and the Vice President are elected for a term of one year.

Switzerland’s constitution is like the American constitution in character based on federal language and only a nation in the world possesses a system of Plural executive. The federal Council (the CEOs) not one but seven CEOs who are elected by the federal legislature for a term of four years with supreme executive power.

Switzerland’s government system does not have the Prime Minister but the President of the council with almost equal power of CEOs the beauty is the President is elected for one year by the federal legislature. The council can introduce Bills in the legislature Perhaps members of the federal council cannot vote in the legislature to keep the balance. The council is responsible to the legislature and it cannot resign when its policies and actions are rejected by the legislature therefore combination of responsibility and permanence makes the executive efficient and stable system of democracy.

Switzerland’s constitution supports initiative, referendum, and I believe this makes Switzerland standout for the people by the people for freedom. Initiative enables people to place on the statute the law book as they desire the law should. Perhaps referendum enables them to reject those laws, which are old, detrimental to their interests, referendum is a shield with which the people cut off undesirable legislation and initiative is a sword with which the people cut the way for the enactment of their own ideas into laws.

Since I lived in many countries to observe the voting process and present conditions for human fealty. I believe the future of humanity lays in the system that give power to truth and justice. In advanced civilizations, knowledge and technology are the future to vote from their cell phone, computer, home television to control absentee ballot frauds. Every citizen should be part of every bill that goes through from municipality’s level to all the way to the House of Senate and the Parliament just by clicking on the yea or nay by referendum.

Someone may wonder why Switzerland’s constitution is better than many nations just because its power vested to people and two important elements are the referendum and the initiative are extremely intelligent elements for a republic and a democracy.

Switzerland’s constitution does not have any diplomatic bill of rights like one in British, American, Russian, japan and Pakistan. Perhaps a constitution that doesn’t mean people are not free they enjoy more freedom because the constitution guarantees a referendum and initiates the two edged sword that provides equality before the law , freedom of the press , freedom of association and freedom of the opinion it’s government by the people not government for the people.

Switzerland constitution Article 49 guarantees them freedom of conscience and religion and under Article 56, they are giving; the freedom to form associations and intelligence is that the four languages are legally used in the matter of legal government documents German, French, Italian and English.

In the United States Supreme Court, justices are the guardian angels of the constitution who barely follow through the English if not spelled clearly in the constitution. I was arguing with five judges in CHRO case Docket NO. HHB-CV-11-5015298S on June 23 2011 that the 2nd Amendment needs to be upgraded to safe lives according to the time Justices did not agree.

Switzerland Federal Tribunal is the highest court in Switzerland; it cannot declare a Federal law unconstitutional that makes life easy and save lives in the matter of conflict. People amend law by referendum and it changes the old law as needed, however the federal tribunal can declare a cantonal law unconstitutional unless it clashes with any federal law.

Switzerland constitution has special features for its plural executive, which is a different blend of the Indian, American, Russian, Italian, German, Brazilian and British system Perhaps democracy is the pillar of humanity in the Switzerland constitution.

Republicanism is shown in the lawmaking process by caring for diversities and languages on the international level despite the size of the Confederation “and sometimes “federation “to me it’s an advanced democracy. Switzerland’s constitution clearly imposed a number of restrictions on both Center Government and Cantons especially on the matter of Individual freedom. Switzerland is like American style Republic with an easy system of revision and amendment of constitution with referendum. Switzerland’s federal system is like the American style and system.

Switzerland’s federal system contains two lists of power: the federal list and the concurrent list here we do not have concurrent power according to the United States constitution. The power of democracy is vested in the seven CEOs to control abuse of power is an excellent ideology and the federal council is elected by the federal assembly for a term of four years. All members have to disclose business interests as well as all assists before and after from either chamber to control political corruption.

The constitution clearly indicates that not more than one member of the federal council is chosen from the same canton and must be from different political idealism to represent the true spirit of democracy. The seven members can rotate to become the President or the Vice President only for one year with referendum and the President power is equal to seven members, which makes executive power neither the Presidential or Parliamentary. The Switzerland judiciary is the guardian of the constitution and decides all disputes and the federal assembly elects judges for six-year terms.

In our country, the Supreme Court appoints the President with the consent appoints nine judges for life while average developed democracies have fourth and more judges. Perhaps Switzerland has an excellent system of government, which represents many different languages, religions and political ideologies without major conflicts.

Therefore, highlight India’s “Bharat “system of government. India is a democratic republic. The present constitution of India was framed by the constitution assembly which was established in accordance with the Cabinet Mission Plan the same ideology as what we have in America constituents assembly. In fact American model is used in many nations using representatives of the people much credit goes to the British Crown in fact Indians were not given the right to frame their own destination in 1874 to 1935 the British Parliament passed many Acts to regulate the government of India. In 1938 Gentleman named Mr. Jawaharlal Lal clearly wrote that the national congress stands for independence and a democratic state and constitution of free India must be without outside interference based on democratic way and there is no other way.

The constituent assembly set up under the provisions of the cabinet mission plan consisted of 385 members in which 292 from British India and 93 from the Bharat. The assembly met on December 9th1946 the members of Muslim League did not attend its meeting they asked for two separate constituent assemblies one for India and other for Pakistan. My great grandfather and grandfather were active member’s part of Muslim League. The constituent assembly was not able to make any progress in the making of constitution in the meantime situation in India got worse and worse. The Congress was compelled to accept the partition of India in accordance with Lord Mount Batten plan submitted on July 11th. On 14 August 1947, Pakistan becomes independent separated and on 15 August 1947, India became independent and constituent assembly becomes sovereign body of 300 members.

Dr. Rajendra Prasad was the President of the assembly and a drafting committee under Dr. Ambedkar was ready to submit its draft in February 1948 the draft consisting of 315 articles along with 13 schedules became the constitution on November 26th 1949. Some provisions of the constitution did get immediate authority. The rest was operational on January 26 1950. The first amendment act passed in 1951 the second in 1952 the third in 1954 and continues as of today Aug 11, 2020. It is the biggest constituent in the world in order to understand complete understanding of India’s constitution one must study Judicial interpretations. In the constitution most of the power vested in the executive branch of the president. In constitution, “Hindus” meant to cover persons professing Sikh, Jain and Buddhist religion.

India is Republic because in the constitution it does not recognize any King or Queen as her head. The people elect the president for a period of five years. India is a democratic nation because the people have the rights to appoint control or dismiss a Government. Sovereignty belongs to the people of India. India no longer owes allegiance to the British Monarchy, though according to my understanding India is still a member of the commonwealth. A significant feature of the Indian constitution is the provision concerning fundamental rights; these rights are the very essence of a democratic form of government. They called fundamental rights because without them an individual cannot attain his full moral and spiritual stature. The fundamental rights of the Indian citizens are under seven categories. Right to equality , right to freedom, right to freedom of religion, right to property, right against exploitation, cultural and educational rights, and right to constitutional remedies.

Besides the fundamental rights of Indian citizens, the directive principles are by the Sovereign constituent assembly for the guidance of governmental authorities. It is a huge documentary it is essentially federal in structure and has all the basic features of a federation. Power distributed between the central and the states and Supreme Court, which acts as the interpreter and guardian of the constitution. The Indian Constitution, the eighth schedule includes the recognition of 22 languages and fundamental right guaranteed by Article 25-28 of the Constitution of India. Every citizen of India has a right to practice and promote his or her religion peacefully. Indian constitution it is “Bhāratīya Saṃvidhāna “. At present there are constitution contains, 448 articles in 25 parts, 12 schedules, 5 appendices and 98 amendments. India takes place within the framework of its constitution. a federal parliamentary democratic republic in which the President of India is the head of state and the Prime Minister of India is the head of government called “ Lok Sabha “ India is the world’s largest democracy on the planet .

Well am an Uneducated American with a mission to make America the world’s best democracy to enhance justice, freedom and knowledge which is only possible with change. Human development is possible only by fair representation of minorities, individual right to vote, diversity of cultures, colors, religion and Justice.

Racial gerrymandering and freedom of social media and technology is extremely important to-reach common people. An advanced democracy is the opinion and wishes of people.

Political parties are necessary in a democracy otherwise public opinion cannot be organized and expressed . Human activities cannot be efficient without organization and leadership, whether it be a family of two members , a factory of three employees, army, or state. Perhaps Some form of direction is always needed to be efficient. America is known for its two party system in which almost all active members have decent jobs based on party affiliation .

How could a minor new political ideology survive in the environment in which our businesses are shut down ,our properties are taken, fraudulently using our credit and monies , mortgages are increased without notice, forced to sign acts. Warrants are issued by the IRS or any government department who doesn’t like diversity. It’s extremely difficult to sustain party members and to add new members to raise party funds to select suitable members for party positions election to formulate policies and programs and launch propaganda campaigns.

Our library meetings are done out of State or even sometimes overseas because of fear of losing jobs and freedom. The People Party of Connecticut is the mere consequence of a minority who barely comprehends the complex system and rules of campaign finance laws, the law that allows who can and can’t go to the Office of the Secretary of the State in Connecticut to submit documents. laws attempting to get involved in State and municipal politics in an effort to branch out. We regret not acquiring a better understanding of the rules/regulations state by state and city by city. However, new immigrants whom first have to struggled with English would not be part of democratic process unless given opportunities, We have to say that the political sphere, even at the municipal level, is designed so its easily accessible only to those who reap the benefits of being born and raised in this country and part of Republicans and Democrats families. When people like us choose to get involved and create a political party they struggle and at the first opportunity are hit with fines , tickets, bills for breaking a law they barely understood or even knew existed.

We wish to run in the elections again in 2020 and like the support of common Americans . As a minority to enhance democracy for human fealty to enhance justice worldwide from the offspring of corrupted politicians . Perhaps it is time to reevaluate moral and political philosophy of Democracy and supreme purpose of American freedom. EA784C50-FE19-4484-8902-15114332FF42

Written by Ajmal Mehdi
The people party of Connecticut
Mehdi LLC — with Hassan Afzal and 65 others.

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