We, The American People, Have Spoken

2018 Ballot Initiative - Referendum

Vote "YES" on Proposition Freedom

All ballot initiatives and or referendum's directives must be written in an unambiguous and clear English language, without any Latin words or phrases, loopholes, or room for maneuvering of any kind.

1 - Completely legalizing cannabis, removing all menmade and insane obstacles out of the way of cultivating cannabis, this remarkable multi trillion dollar plant, capable of producing healing medicines, plus thousands of industrial products.

2 - Mandating a national law, making it compulsory to elect equal number of women and men (1 woman and 1 man) from every municipality of every state in the union to represent all American people at local and national legislative bodies. Also limiting all elected officials terms in office to two terms, without exception.

3 - Enacting a national law, holding all politician's foot to the fire, compelling all elected officials to tell the truth, and keep their campaign promises, or go to jail.

4 - Mandating a national law, abolishing the Electoral College, and prohibiting the use of any and all electronic, or manual voting machines. Thereby enacting the use of paper ballot as the one and only means of conducting all elections, removing the republicrat's (republicans and democrats) total monopoly over local and or national election laws and procedures. The league of women voters should facilitate and supervise elections.

5 - Enacting a national law, abolishing the illegal income tax and the U.S. constitution sixteen amendment, which was never ratified by two third of the states and the American people.    

6 - Mandating a national law, abolishing the illegal, criminal and unconstitutional Federal Reserve cartel. Mandating U.S. Treasury department to print value based and debt free U.S. currency. And no more "National Debt".

7 - Enacting a national law, mandating production and the use of pollution free and renewable New Energy, zero-point electricity producing power generators and similar devices, invented by Nicola Tesla and other inventors.

8 - Mandating a national law, prohibiting production and distribution of all genetically modified organisms (GMO) products. Also must outlaw the adding of Fluoride, a highly damaging chemical, into nation's drinking water supply, without people's consent, in addition to criminal spraying of the American people from high altitude (chemtrail), should be prohibited as well.

9 - Enacting a national law, abolishing the treasonous Patriot Act and all related and or similar laws enacted based on the same treasonous and unconstitutional doctrine. Must prohibit compulsory vaccination laws all over the country, making all vaccinations voluntary.

10 - Mandating a national law, to enforce and protect the First Amendment of U.S. Constitution; the freedom of speech rights, making it compulsory for all current Radio and Television station licensees to provide primetime, uninterrupted and free airtime for discussions of matters of public importance, local and national election campaigns, in addition to full and unbiased coverage of all candidates and debates, in return for using nation's airspace and land to transmit their signals for free, or lose their license. And must limit the number of broadcast licenses owned by companies and or individuals to ONE. Also the Fairness Doctrine must be reinstated and enforced. FCC can only issue new broadcast licenses for radio and television broadcasters if they agree to enter into the very same binding contract with WE, THE PEOPLE, to serve the public interest.

11 - Enacting a national law, making Net Neutrality; the method of treating all traffics on the Internet as equal. Telecom companies, or broadband service providers, cannot and must not control people's quality access to the Internet. They cannot block, or slow down services, we, the people, use over the Web. It also means all Internet service providers, whether cable companies, or telephone service cannot and must not create separate high speed lanes for higher prices, forcing we, the people, to pay additional fees to present, and deliver our content and or communications. The law must provide the means of competing with broadband service providers, thus enabling people to built their own hometown, or community's broadband network, if they choose to do so.

12 - Mandating a national law, prohibiting, and preventing all judges, courts, government agencies and officials, politicians, plus all local and national legislative bodies from amending, suspending, removing, or misinterpreting any and all rules and regulations enacted by the American people, through ballot initiatives and or referendums.

We, The American People, Have Spoken

We, the people, we, the true owners of our United States of America, are at the most volatile and dangerous juncture in our history. Each and every one of us, the people, must be alert and aware of deceptive and divisive news, events, politicians and talking heads, plus the criminal elite's false flag operations to derail our efforts.

Regardless of race, gender, heritage, creed and color, we can all agree to live our lives as good neighbors based on the following simple, but effective principles of: Truth and Honesty.! Reason and Common Sense.! Liberty and Justice.! Goodwill and Happiness.! Love and Compassion.! We, the people must also realize divided we fall, but united, together, we stand.!

We should work together to place the above "Proposition 10" ballot initiative, consisting of ten sections on 2018 election ballot and enact them as laws of the land, and begin the process of achieving true democratic governing system, government of the people, by the people, for the people, to truly make our country land of the free for the first time in our history.

With high hopes for better days.


Bahram Maskanian
Venus Project - Founder

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