To: Gov. Snyder, Open Letter
From: Thomas Paine, Toussaint Louverture, Ida B. Wells, Susan B. Anthony, Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman, John Brown, Fannie Lou Hamer, Malcolm X, Mable/Robert Williams, W.E. Burghardt Du Bois, David Walker (1829), J.A. Rogers, Carter G. Woodson, Edgar Allen Poe, General Gordon Baker Jr. (Goods), Jon Onye Lockard
Re: Taxes 4 Road Repair
We have convened a committee of the whole. On the whole, we are not against taxes 4 road repair. We wish 2 state this emphatically, with emphasis on the point. On the other hand, what complicates the matter is this …
… We don’t want 2 give u a blank check on road repair/contracts/contractors/infrastructure anywhere, anytime. U have shown yourself 2 b untrustworthy in handling the public trust, keeping the whole in mind.
1. What knowledge/info did u have 2 reduce state funding of public schools in Michigan, soon after winning the office u now hold?
2. The “… natural fiber nutrition starvation” program u have going against prisoners reflects molecular torture, as an expert executive administrative order. The exact same device Fascist Hitler made famous.
3. There are 82 counties in Michigan with Native Americans and their descendents, counted singularly and in combination. Town Hall meetings command the commons 2 determine what is the order of priority of roads/bridges/infrastructure repairs in each county. This includes contracts/contractors. We encourage all voters 2 vote “No” until local input is satisfied/informed/active!
4. In summary:
a) Hold Town Hall meetings (or their public equivalent): namely, the verb and not the noun;
b) withdraw the May vote so that the public can make informed decisions;
c) to do so will make your decision-making process democratic;
d) to not follow the political line of public participation adds teeth to the accusation of untrustworthiness that will
e) lend active strength to impeachment, recall/indictment for breach of the public trust within the scope of a racketeering enterprise, proscribed pursuant to 18 USC 1961–1968, 1962(d).
“People make their own history, but they do not make it as they please; they do not make it under self-selected circumstances, but under circumstances existing already, given and transmitted from the past. The tradition of all dead generations weighs like a nightmare on the brains of the living.” —Sage, 1852
April 11, 2015
Footsoldier 4 the masses
daka abdul roshesh
P.S.: add/subtract/modify according to the dictates of local conditions and history-making principles. The masses solve problems, rather than follow them.