If the United States Constitution calls for the sovereign States's Constitution to be in harmony with it and so does the State's Constitution calls for the Statutes to mirror image it then why respectfully justice is not administered to the Defendant in the States' courts? In other words, if the agencies under the States are breaking their own rules then how can a thing enforce something when it is not in compliance itself. I hope you know that last sentence is an actual law. I used it. So, in my first transparency blog I would like to tell you about the case of the Parking Citation division of the City of Jacksonville versus me a few years back. When I start to tell you the phenomenons that have happened to me you will see where my passion for executing righteousness and justice for all who are oppressed comes from. Better yet let's not say where it comes from let's say what fuels it.
You have to be exposed to something in order to know something about it. I believe that if anyone that is exposed to something directly or indirectly was to know in detail what was really going on that they would find other means to resolve the issue. The corporate chain of command is loose and there is no accountability and no internal enforcement of the lack of accountability. I have learned that they will ride that fake pony like a real one until it is broken and then drag it to your door step and dump it and tell you to go get some batteries to ride it or drag and dump it off on somebody else door step if you don't want it. But remember it was broken; no good! I think that the left hand needs to know what the right hand is doing in this system. The "internal" complaint system is not working for the pubic. Half of the time we get automatic rejection of our complaints and the other half we do not know what came of the complaint. The problem is at the beginning and at the end of the day we still have our same problem that the person we made the complaint against created. That has not been resolved. Who will fix it? The public is tired of being pacified. Accepting our complaints, listening to our complaints, watching us march and speak and picket is all pacification. I know what is on your mind. Let them be heard and be seen until they get tired and take behinds home. I know you strategy. Let us ignore them and give them the run around until they get discouraged and give up or we send them on a wild goose chase with giving them assignments to do to make it seems like we are participating but it is really to keep them preoccupied until their statutes of limitation runs out on them and they have no main recourse. This may not be the motive of the system and its agencies in its entirety but it is the reality of the pubic's engagement between the gate keepers and personnel that you have placed in charge that we all entrusted that they would do what the rules say they are to do not what they want to do out of retaliation, subculture ethics and or incompetence.
If I hear "I never heard that before" I will throw you in the dumb box of my mind and blog about you since blogging is my new thing now. To clear the air, even if you never heard it before the person you are hearing it from presenting it to you then you cannot say you never heard it because i will repeat it and that will be the second time your heard it! Okay! Remember, it takes an encounter to be exposed. Hello, you're exposed to it. Now let us get down to the business of problem solving. I'm about solving problem not creating drama. We all should be working together for the greater good not self interest. Our focus is off. Our purpose is swayed and the bad don't stop mixing with the good no matter if they are a blue collared worker or white collared worker. The public needs to know what we all have in common when dealing with these contracting agencies and these agencies need to have access to a public censorship that informs them of how their agents are doing on the j-o-b. So welcome to the new Transparency blog. Leave your comments, share your like experiences and tune in between now and this time next week for the exciting Parking Citation Blog.