AUTHORITY TO ENFORCE PROVISIONS WITHIN THIS ARTICLE:
Assume, for example, employees of the state — Public Servants — refuse to abide by the terms of this initiative such as by any one of the following means:
… A court clerk refuses to add an indictment of Betraying Your Oath of Office to the courts docket.
… A judge refuses to allow either the Complainant or Public Servant to argue constitutional provisions in court.
… A county clerk refuses to authorize the selection of the pool of potential People’s Grand Jurors, or refuses to abide by the random selection terms specified within the initiative.
… The county clerk refuses to accept mail or provide a meeting room.
What do we do?
The natural tendency is for the state to protect itself. If those charged with adhering to the terms of this initiative refuse to abide, what are the people to do?
Should we plead with the very state who is refusing to adhere? It makes no sense to do so.
The only solution is to allow the people themselves to enforce the provisions within this initiative through the enforcement authority granted by Section 5.
Section 5: AUTHORITY TO ENFORCE PROVISIONS WITHIN THIS ARTICLE: All individuals associated with the proceedings of the People’s Grand Jury must abide by the terms within this Article. When disputes arise pertaining to adherence to its terms, the grievances may be presented to the appropriate People’s Grand Jury for review, and if such grievances are found valid by the majority, the People’s Grand Jury has the authority to charge the offending individual with Contempt. The county sheriff will be directed, and is then obligated, to incarcerate the offending individual until the grievance is rectified.
We are a government “of the People.”
Remember… “We the People do ordain and establish this Constitution.” Section 5 within this initiative reinforces by law that “We the People” have authority to enforce its provisions.
If anyone associated with an indictment of Betraying Your Oath of Office refuses to abide by the terms of this initiative, the specific circumstances may be brought to the attention of the “appropriate” People’s Grand Jury — the Grand Jury with jurisdiction over the original case — for evaluation and review.
If the People’s Grand Jury finds the grievances valid, then the individual reusing to abide will be found in contempt. The county sheriff will be ordered to pick up and hold the offending individual until the grievance is rectified.
Every aspect of the Constitution is being ignored because doing so incurs no adverse effects. If the same tactics are used to defeat this initiative, Section 5 provides people the means to force adherence.