What we're about
Anyone who wants to help. You do not have to be an activist, journalist or into politics. You just have to want to support a movement whose mission is for a peaceful end to a bad situation. We hold vigils, demonstrations, or marches for a peaceful end to a bad situation. We will meet at different locations to hold these meeting in support of Julian Assange and the Unity4J movement. We can also have meet and greets. We can also have phone meetings to discuss objectives and online or phone prayers. Hoping to have future meetups outside The Spanish, Ecuadorian, UK, & Austrailian Embassies. We are adding major places for shopping such as malls and key department stores!
The objective of this group is ending the solitary confinement and having Julian Assange be able to get the medical attention he needs including but not limited to an Embassy visit from a doctor. We are going to pray and not fight about politics or religion. We are not going to point fingers but apply calm and steady but firm pressure on the Embassy's within our reach to obtain a peaceful end to Julian Assange's solitary confinement. The objective is to help him get SAFETY TO FREEDOM TO WHEREVER HE WANTS TO GO. We will petition and keep petitioning our elected officials via phone calls and mass media marketing and social media marketing and ask The White House and our President to help us meet the goals of this meetup group. We will also petition the Pope and ask the Catholic Church to intervene on behalf of Catholics and friends for Julian Assange's safety, freedom, and health care. We are not going to capitalize on Julian Assange nor use him for any type of political or personal gain or objective. All who join are safe and WELCOME! Anyone who wants to be educated on the movement is asked to go to Unity4j Website. (https://unity4j.com/)
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Anyone who wants to cause strife or drama will not only be banned but dealt with by police power (under the tenth amendment to the U.S. Constitution, powers not delegated to the Federal Government are reserved to the states or to the people. This implies that the Federal Government does not possess all possible powers, because most of these are reserved for the State governments, and others are reserved to the people.) and according to the law.
If you think you are prone to causing drama political or otherwise, do not join this group. Do not stalk, harass or otherwise cause disturbance to any of its members or try to thwart the objectives of this group. Ca Penal Code. 646. --->Any person who willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follows or willfully and maliciously harasses another person and who makes a credible threat with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear for his or her safety, or the safety of his or her immediate family is guilty of the crime of stalking, punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than one year, or by a fine of not more than one thousand dollars ($1,000), or by both that fine and imprisonment, or by imprisonment in the state prison. Two or more people engaging in any kind of harassment or stalking is legally considered gang stalking is punishable by imprisonment of 10 years.