Boston Change for Truth is an affiliation of like minded people who want real answers to the unsolved questions of 9/11, and do not accept the official myths and cover-ups expounded by the 911 Commission Report, Government and Mainstream Media. As well we explore multiple issues from Government corruption, Loss of Civil Liberties, Constitutional Restoration, and oppose the Shadow Government known as the New World Order.
At this meet-up you can meet and associate with activist and those just curious about the issues who are looking for an alternative to the corporate controlled media deception.
If if you would like to join, a completed profile with an introduction and completed answers and a photo or graphic is required, with real names, no aliases. If you have a real need for an alias such as being a public figure, military and so forth, you can send a private email to the meetup organizer when you sign up. You must also review and agree to abide by our code on conduct (see below).
CODE OF CONDUCT
Boston Change for Truth meetup members agrees to conduct themselves in a peaceful manner at all times. We support diversity and are tolerant of all regardless of racial, religious, ethnic or sexual orientation. We denounce any individual or group that would speak in our name that would not adhere to these precepts.
As a nation in crisis and a realization that time is not on our side, we seek truth and justice for all through non-violent policies based on open government, public awareness, compassion, kindness and a commitment to Constitutional law.
Boston Change for Truth recognizes that we all have inalienable rights as sovereign individuals written in the Constitution of the United States and Bill of Rights and that such rights shall be honored at all times.
The Boston Change for Truth meetup members shall respect each other as equals.
All group members shall strive to set an example for those around them, especially those younger, so they will know how to behave in confrontational situations.
All members will take responsibility for their own actions and accept the consequences of their actions.
Boston Change for Truth is tolerant of all political viewpoints and does not endorse and particular political group
No provocation of violence will be tolerated under any circumstances. No group member shall destroy the property, tangible or intangible, of others, public or private.
Racial, sexual, religious, age or discrimination of any kind will not be tolerated.
No group member shall use language in public that will inflame others to violent action.
Meetings, scheduled through our meetup will be held on an ad hoc basis to discuss and debate any issue pertaining to the group as well as planning projects and upcoming events.
All members will treat each other with respect at all times. Only cordial and polite debate about topics shall be discussed and all members will refrain from using profanity to ensure civil discussion is engaged.
Any persons intoxicated or engaging in disruptive behavior at our events will be expelled from the meetup immediately and banned from future events. Saboteurs and Cointelpro will not be tolerated. Any persons with a history of any actions, (including Cointelpro) that violates the aforementioned policies will be expelled from the meetup and all future activities.
During street actions, a single engagement of people asking questions will be honored no ganging up on anyone asking questions or seeking information. Yelling or screaming at members of the public will not be tolerated.
Respect shall be displayed towards Boston Police and all First Responders when performing their lawful duties. Derogatory comments disseminated towards Boston Police officers, Fire Department members, first responders or any law enforcement of any kind will not be tolerated.
Boston Change for Truth does not condone the use of its name name without consent of the meetup organizer.
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