From California, (Sacramento), to the New York Island. - This land was made for you and me.

SafeGround SM

Exigent circumstances are said to exist when a person's life or safety is threatened.

This is also termed as emergency circumstances or special circumstances.

"laws of nature and of nature's God"

'SafeGround', is a legally recognized land area for use by, 'The People', Homeless in need of it.
An end to homelessness is possible. ◄◄◄

Unalienable Rights - Absolute Rights - Natural Rights

Unalienable Rights: Rights incapable of being alienated, that is, transferred,
sold or surrendered, not even with the consent of the one possessing such rights.

Inalienable Rights: Rights which are not capable of being alienated, that is,  transferred,
sold or surrendered without the consent of the one possessing such rights

The absolute rights of individuals may be resolved into the right of personal security, the right of personal liberty,
and the right to acquire and enjoy property
. These rights are declared to be natural, inherent, and unalienable.

Definition of, SafeGround SM:
SAFE GROUND | SafeGround: A legally recognized land area for use by, 'The People', Homeless in need of it.

¤ [ Note: Safe Ground, (AKA, SafeGround, as we are also referring to it by, should not

be confused with, a place, like a homeless shelter in a building, or a ground area,

that is a privately funded shelter, or is even, 'partially', funded by the State. ] ¤

SafeGround, (SafeGround is a legally recognized land areas for use by, 'The People', Homeless in need of it.), and these SafeGround land areas should be as free of regulations and government oversight as possible. As an example, if a homeless family with three children went to one of these SafeGround land areas because of economic hardship as an example, and put up a tent and lived there, the Federal, State, and Local Governance of them should not be much different if  they were living in a house that they owned on their own property.

public property (state owned or publicly owned and available possessions)
Public property is property which is owned by the state, city, community or tribe.

A land area for the, Homeless

{The first established, 'SafeGround', Internet Domain for, ''.}







October 26, 2010

Cohn said he has heard a lot over the past few months about Safe Ground, but that that can’t be the focus right now.

“Our top priority at the moment has to be what we’re doing with winter shelters,” he said, reiterating Fong’s point.

“Sanctioning camping out there is just not a policy that’s right for the city,” said Councilman Kevin McCarty.

Councilwomen Sandy Sheedy and Bonnie Pannell agreed, arguing against revoking the no-camping ordinance.

“I just don’t see a safe ground opportunity here,” Sheedy said. “We need to start thinking outside the box on where to put people.”

Mayor Kevin Johnson said that any form of a proposal by Safe Ground would only be one piece of a larger solution of transitional housing as the region’s governments work toward the ultimate goal of finding permanent housing for the area’s 2,800 homeless.



   [{“Sanctioning camping out there is just not a policy that’s right for the city,” said Councilman Kevin McCarty.}]


Not right for the city?

What is the 'CITY', but that of the home of the People, all
of the People, for their protection and rights under the laws
of the Federal and State within which they reside.

It is not a Private Corporation or such, and not open to a select
few or many to determine what is, 'GOOD', for just them.

People are hurting, suffering, and dying in the, 'city', because
they have no place to sleep, be, or live without the 'city',
having the police being forced to take actions against them,
for camping, so that they may, sleep, live, and try to exist.


Have they not heard of Human Rights?


? ~ What is right for the City ~ ?

National Homeless Persons' Memorial Day

Objective: The event raises awareness about the
high personal cost of homelessness with
vigils in memory of those who have died while homeless.











It is insensitive, disingenuous and Orwellian Speak, for anyone to contort the use of SafeGround for
homeless people, in such a way, making it subject to their ideological so called, 'tough love', or whatever
spin they put on it, and imposes a forced criteria so sever that it makes it anything but a true, SafeGround.











The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights,
shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.




July 23, 2012

White House:
' Unemployment to remain above 9% through 2012 '

July 22 (Bloomberg) -- Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said unemployment is “the most important” problem facing the U.S. economy.

California at a reported unemployment rate in June 2010, of 12.3 percent.

Other States have even higher reported unemployment rates for June 2010.



The Grapes of Wrath
by John Steinbeck

"They breathe profits; they eat the interest on money. If they don't get it, they die the way you die without air, without side-meat."

"The bank is something more than men, I tell you. It's the monster. Men made it, but they can't control it."

"It ain't that big. The whole United States ain't that big. It ain't that big. It ain't big enough. There ain't room enough for you an' me, for your kind an' my kind, for rich and poor together all in one country, for thieves and honest men. For hunger and fat."

"And the great owners, who must lose their land in an upheaval, the great owners with access to history, with eyes to read history and to know the great fact:

 When property accumulates in too few hands it is taken away. And that companion fact: when a majority of the people are hungry and cold they will take by force what they need. And the little screaming fact that sounds through all history: repression works only to strengthen and knit the repressed.”

"How can you frighten a man whose hunger is not only in his own cramped stomach but in the wretched bellies of his children? You can't scare him- he has known a fear beyond every other.”

"In the souls of the people the grapes of wrath are filling and growing heavy, growing heavy for the vintage...”







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The costs of Life, Liberty, Spirit, Integrity, Trust and .....


Homelessness is an emergency, to the homeless and to society at large,
all across America, from Sacramento to the New York Island!

American citizens, find themselves homeless, because of many different reasons,
for many, it may be for decisions they have made and/or decisions that their
government representatives have made, such as going to war, in so many places
and for sometimes questionable reasons, as well as, at times, failing to do their
fiduciary responsibility of the oversight and regulating of corporations, banks, and
NGO's, which as a result, has left in its wake, a crumbling American infrastructure,
in which many companies have had to close and so many American people have
been put out of a job, a livelihood, a way of life.

So now so many of these Americans find themselves homeless, indigent, and
some with a number of medical conditions, in need of shelter, and trying to
get their American way of life back, while being hassled by local ordinances,
that do not even allow them a safe park to sleep in and stay, when there are
no other shelters with room for them, let alone better accommodations
being clearly offered by the Government for them to take advantage of.

Yes, these, our Brothers, Sisters, Fathers, Mothers and Children have to at times
pick up whatever meager belongings that they may have and find a new, nightly
spot, to lay down and sleep, hoping that they are not harmed, let alone be sleeping
in an area that might not be legal, where they may be dealt with, (seemingly to
many of the homeless, by the Orwellian and/or Draconian Municipalities),
by the Municipalities, policing authority, and its orders.

So, as I have studied these many issues of homelessness, law, governance, and
many other related things, I have come to the thinking that it is an
unalienable Right for our American homeless to be allowed at the very least a,
(SafeGround), a land area, to sleep and be on, until they can improve their situation.

Dear Americans, it goes much deeper, it goes to the heart of what Americas founders so eloquently expressed, and articulated in Americas Preamble to its Declaration of Independence of 1776, when Thomas Jefferson, penned these words:

We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness. That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, That whenever any Form of Government becomes destructive of these ends, it is the Right of the People to alter or to abolish it, and to institute new Government, laying its foundation on such principles and organizing its powers in such form, as to them shall seem most likely to effect their Safety and Happiness.

So, I say that in America, in California, such as in the County of Sacramento, in the City of Sacramento, there should be, SafeGround, a land area, such as a public park, or the like, at a minimum, a safety net, a Safe Ground area and/or areas for the homeless to sleep and be, until they may improve their situation, (And not a City/Sacramento, 'mean-spirited' so called law, that makes it a crime to sleep/camp for more then one night in the same place.), this taking into account that they would not want to be there, if a better shelter situation was afforded to them.

Dear fellow Americans, does it not serve us all, to provide a SafeGround for the homeless, instead of having them scattered across the City and/or County in legal and/or not legal areas, in a much more likely harms way, (then in a SafeGround area), for all of us. The resources, monies, expenses for police, emergency care, and security for all of us is much higher, besides this being a sick, twisted, morally reprehensible action and/or inaction that affects us all by the politicians who allow this and, We the People who also allow this to continue without a safety net for the homeless in these economically and politically strange times, yes, a safety net, a minimal type of protection for the homeless, with the lack of other shelter being not available because they are over-capacitated or whatever, yes indeed, the need and the Right that is unalienable for Americans, who find themselves homeless, for reasons that are not illegal, must be provided at the very least a, SafeGround.



Basic Rules:
1. No violence.
2. No theft.
3. No illegal substances.
4. No disruptive behavior.
5. Everyone must contribute to the operation,
improvements and maintenance of the SafeGround/Village.



It is the Right of the People
to alter
or to abolish it, and to institute new Government,
laying its foundation on such principles and
organizing its powers in such form,
as to them shall seem most likely
to effect their Safety and Happiness








Liberty Enlightening the World

Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame,
With conquering limbs astride from land to land;
Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand
A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame
the imprisoned lightning, and her name
Mother of Exiles. From her beacon-hand
Glows world-wide
welcome; her mild eyes command
The air-bridged harbor that twin cities frame.
"Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!" cries she
With silent lips. "Give me your tired, your poor,
Your huddled masses yearning
to breathe free,
The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
Send these,
the homeless, tempest-tossed to me,
I lift my lamp beside the
golden door!"



Land, Earth, Ground, for Homeless Americans to sleep upon
~ is this asking too much from our California ~
when there are not enough shelters

Is this asking to much from that, that is America?


SafeGround - Sacramento Tent City - Land area for the homeless

Great Britain and the USA

Large numbers of Homeless were among those in jail that were
transported to the American colonies in the 18th century.



Following the Peasants' Revolt, British constables (cops) were authorized under a 1383 statute to collar (arrest) vagabonds (homeless) and force them to show support; if they could not, the penalty was gaol (jail).Vagabonds (homeless) could be sentenced to the stocks for three days and nights; in 1530, whipping was added. The presumption was that vagabonds (homeless) were unlicensed beggars. In 1547, a bill was passed that subjected vagrants (homeless) to some of the more extreme provisions of the criminal law, namely two years servitude and branding with a "V" as the penalty for the first offense and death for the second. Large numbers of vagabonds (homeless) were among the convicts (homeless jailed, just for being homeless, forcibly mixed in with convicts as per the laws at that time) transported to the American colonies in the 18th century.


~ Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness ~


Problems faced by people who are homeless:

The basic problem of homelessness is the human need for personal shelter, warmth and safety, which can be literally vital. Other basic difficulties include:

Homeless people face many problems beyond the lack of a safe and suitable home. They are often faced with many social disadvantages also, reduced access to private and public services and reduced access to vital necessities:






TV News for the Sacramento, California area,
invite us on {your} evening news broadcast,
giving us at least 5 minutes to present.


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In the City of Los Angeles, California, homeless who live in cars, campers and
recreational vehicles are getting help in finding safe overnight parking spots,
but not in some other cities like, in the City of Sacramento, California.

{ Homeless News } - ( Amy & Nicole doing an interview in Camp Corail, Haiti )


{ Homeless News }
{The Los Angeles homeless who live in cars, campers and recreational vehicles are getting help in finding a safe overnight parking spot.}

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Debtors prisons were outlawed in 1833 for a reason. The poor do
not deserve to be imprisoned simply because they are poor.

People who are imprisoned for their debts are technically locked up for contempt
of court after failing to appear for a hearing pertaining to their debt. It's a
legal loophole that debt-collection companies are increasingly using.

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Please, NO MORE Orwellian type doublespeak!

Ask for clear details and that SafeGround is included!

No more smoke and mirrors!


Obama Administration Unveils National Strategic Plan
to Prevent and End Homelessness

June 22, 2010


“The culmination of more than a decade’s work
in communities across the country, this plan reflects
President Obama’s belief that no one should experience homelessness
-- no one should be without a safe, stable place to call home,” Donovan said.
“We believe we can and will achieve that.”

{{{{{{ News }}}}}}

The comment below was added by us, to the site below:
“Opening Doors: The Federal Strategic Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness.” - June 23, 2010
Comment uploaded on June 23, 2010

Please Note: The Site has not posted our, 'Comment', as of June 28, 2010.
The Comment is shown below. We wonder why it has not been allowed to post!

........................................................................................................ the Internet site of which I am the founder of, does hereby beseech, request, and demand, that the Federal Council Proposed Plans to End Homelessness, incorporate within those plans to end Homelessness, that you are referring to, what is referred to by many Homeless people, and that is what is called, SafeGround.


SafeGround, (SafeGround is a legally recognized land area(s) for use by, 'The People', Homeless in need of it.), and these SafeGround land areas should be as free of regulations and government oversight as possible. As an example, if a homeless family with three children went to one of these SafeGround land areas because of economic hardship as an example, and put up a tent and lived there, the Federal, State, and Local Governance of them should not be much different if any then if they were living in a house that they owned on their own property. Please go to for more information and feel free to contact me.

Note: An email of the like was also emailed to the committee.







SafeGround are legally recognized land areas for
the Homeless and/or those without enough funds,
to be able to sleep and/or live there.

 The need for SafeGround especially understandable,
when in that area there is no other shelters available for
them, and/or suitable to protect them and their rights!


Question #9, on 2010 ~ : 'Do you think Sacramento’s homeless population should be offered safe ground a legally sanctioned area with cottages or tents where the homeless can stay, leave their belongings and be able to access services?'
"Mayor Johnson should be ashamed of himself
for what he has done to our homeless population."


Howard Zinn Speaks Out, on the
Sleeping Ban / Camping Law

"I think we should
interrupt the sleep
of people who pass such laws!"

Tent City
Sacramento, California -
United States of America

As it reads above:


It is unlawful to camp in the City of
.  It is a violation of .....

*Sacramento City Council and Mayor Johnson, through the police say: 'MOVE TO SHELTER'
When there are not enough shelters to shelter the people in need!

***** MOVE TO SHELTER *****
*Its like absurdly saying about the people
who are starving and without food,

"Let them eat cake" is the traditional translation of the French phrase "Qu'ils mangent de la brioche",
attributed to, Queen Marie Antoinette, upon learning that the peasants had no bread.


* Shame - Sacramento City Council - Shame - Sacramento City Mayor Kevin Johnson
and Shame to police and or anyone following and or forcing unconstitutional orders!


I, [name], do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God.


Poverty is not a crime!

Howard Zinn
Speaks Out, on the
Sleeping Ban / Camping Law

"I think we should
interrupt the sleep
of people who pass such laws!"

*Howard Zinn 10/25/1997*

Speaking in response to the Santa Cruz
Camping Law/Sleeping Ban

At an event sponsored by the Resource Center for Nonviolence.

(Greed) Why (Corruption) $

To what extent may the State interfere with property?
Under United States law the principal limitations on whether and the extent to which the State may interfere with property rights are set by the Constitution. The "Takings" clause requires that the government (whether state or federal----for the 14th Amendment's due process clause imposes the 5th Amendment's takings clause on state governments) may take private property only for a public purpose, after exercising due process of law, and upon making "just compensation".
Some governmental regulations of property use have been deemed so severe that they have been considered, "regulatory takings."

Pride  -  Dignity  -  Honor  -  Trust  -  Freedom
Directed by Sacramento
They were forced to be photographed by the Police! - 09.02.2009

A Homeless lady is photographed outside her tent, by the Sacramento Police,
as more than a dozen other Sacramento Police break down the tents, and
confiscate them along with sleeping bags and other items for so called evidence.
The homeless campers on the site were investigated with questions,
written up, and ticketed, for so called illegal camping in Sacramento, California
as per the Sacramento, so called law, outlawing it.


(Should the homeless be told to leave Sacramento, (NO CAMPING), or be arrested?????)

Is Sacramento, California turning into a Fascist Type of ..... ???
(For some it may feel that way)    

Grind - - - : to oppress, torment, or crush: to grind the poor.

Torment - - - : 1. to afflict with great bodily or mental suffering; pain: to be tormented with violent headaches.

2. excessively: to torment one with questions.

3. to throw into commotion; stir up; disturb.


Reveals itself to be a sick little game of psychological torment. Talk about terrorism.


Where are we headed?

Are we headed backwards?




We The People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, * insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.

* Domestic comes from the Latin word domus meaning house or home.

* A house, apartment, or other shelter that is the usual residence of a person, family, or household.
A minimum shelter, a SafeGround.



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We will get back to you if need be.




Do not fall for the so called Political Leaders to try and:

[Some try the old: {'Smoke and Mirrors' - (tricks)} - To try and redefine the issue] - ( No Thanks)






Since cruel and unusual punishment is presented in the U.S. Constitution as a description of how the government cannot treat persons, the court required proof that the homeless who couldn’t get into shelters truly were being arrested for nothing more than their presence on the ground.

As a result of this case, the police agreed not to charge the homeless under any ordinance for living and or sleeping on public land, unless they were also engaged in crimes such as theft, drug use, or other illegal acts beyond merely being outside sleeping on the ground or living there as a result of inadequate and or lack of public shelters.



To all other, so called 'Safe Ground' Internet Sites or groups; we hope they do only good,
but as many know, sometimes some people have mixed agendas to be wary of.

Be mindful of what you are told as truth, but sold with ambiguous language,
or promises of help to come in the future,
that in truth are disingenuous and or only a stall tactic,
also be mindful of what strings might come with
the so called shelter promised and/or provided.

We say, you are entitled to true, SafeGround!













One Earth that is Home to All
and belongs to All!


SafeGround is at a minimum, a 'Safe Ground Land Area',

a recognized legal area of land, such as a park, open field, or

the like. SafeGround is a place that is open to all persons

who find themselves and or family in need of a place to put down

a sleeping bag, tent, or the like in order to sleep, live there for a

time until they can find better living accommodations for themself

and or family. This SafeGround is a, 'safety net', so to say, for those that

find it the best place to be for the time being, until a shelter or housing

or something else better is afforded to them as they see it.

It is a right of, 'All People', to be allowed to be free

to sleep and or be somewhere within the

Municipality, County, and State in which the live.



Los Angeles, California, policy of arresting homeless people for sitting, lying or sleeping on public sidewalks as “an unavoidable consequence of being human and homeless without shelter” violates the constitutional prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment, a federal appeals court ruled.

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, in a 2-1 decision, decided in favor of six homeless persons, represented by the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California. The suit challenged the city’s practice of arresting persons for violating a municipal ordinance, which states that “no person shall sit, lie or sleep in or upon any street, sidewalk or public way.”

The appeals court ruled that the manner in which the city has enforced the ordinance has criminalized “the status of homelessness by making it a crime to be homeless,” and thereby violated the 8th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.


Sacramento, California says:




If a ball of fire dropped out of the sky and had people without a home and place to sleep in Sacramento, those people would have a park or some place made available to them within hours if not minutes, so as to be able to put down a sleeping bag to sleep and legally be able to exist, and for more then 1 day, and without fear of being forced to JAIL, or humiliated by having the hired enforces of so called law, police, force them to stand in front of their sleeping bag or tent for so called needed evidence, (a picture for government databases), of being in violation of law, as was done in Sacramento.

So called law, put forward by the powers that be, vis-à-vis, Sacramento City Hall, and not directly approved or voted on by the people of Sacramento.


Day, after week, after month after year
and still no, ‘SafeGround’,
not even a 30 day temporary, 'SafeGround', until something better is done?




As the Sun sets, and night replaces day, in *Sacramento, CA* many homeless people ask, where may I sleep, without the fear of being arrested!










The constitution expressly declares, that the right of acquiring, possessing, and protecting property is natural, inherent, and unalienable. It is a right not ex gratia from the legislature, but ex debito from the constitution. . . Where is the security, where is the inviolability of property, if the legislature, by a private act, affecting a particular person(s) ONLY, can take land from one citizen(s), who acquired it legally, and vest it in another/others? VANHORNE'S LESSEE v. DORRANCE, 2 U.S. 304 (1795)














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For Your Information:

SafeGround Sacramento Inc., AKA,, (sometimes incorrectly referred to as SafeGround Inc.), is not affiliated with us,; neither are a number of other so called SafeGround Web Sites.

We at / Safe Ground / SafeGround, are pleased to see any so called, 'Safe Ground', group do good for those in need, but can not vouch for any group or groups that we are not a part of, or necessarily agree with what they say, think or have purported Safe-Ground is or should be.

Please remember to think for yourself!


If you have questions, please email us at:   /  'Safe Ground'




Trust yourself!!!!









We the People ..........


SafeGround of by and for the People, not own by an, Incorporated entity, or anyone over another!

SafeGround, {The Earth), has been provided by the Creator, and so ...................................

SafeGround is to be provided by the, State/Nation/'We the People', for the People!




What kind of World are you a part of?



July 14th: Viva Bastille Day! Vive la France!
Vive Revolution! Vive the modern world!

July 14th is Frances’ July 4th -a national holiday, as it commemorates the storming of the hated Bastille – a fortress like prison in Paris – in 1789.  The date celebrates the victory of the French people in their revolution that overthrew the king and feudal system. The storming of the prison is seen as a symbol of the uprising of the first modern nation and the beginning of a constitutional government for France.

(The American revolution preceded this, of course, but our struggle was not technically a revolution per se but more of a colonial war against an imperial power.




















Calling All Angels












Sacramento, California

Where there is a need, 'NOW', for a, SAFE GROUND land area for someone to go, rest, and live
who are homeless as they may find there is no suitable and or available shelter, when they need one.


Sacramento, California, * Mayor Kevin Johnson * is going to Washington on Sunday for the,
Cap to Cap event to lobby for additional funds for the Sacramento region.

Mayor Johnson, (04.22.09),  in addressing the continuing struggle of the homeless in Sacramento.
He said the 'tent city' by Blue Diamond Almonds has been dismantled and that many of the
displaced people are finding shelter at the expanded facility at Cal Expo.

Mayor Johnson, (04.22.09), said the city did come up with $1 million, found
extra shelter beds and secured services that the homeless had asked for.

Mayor Johnson, (04.22.09), said discussions were ongoing for a more permanent solution to deal
with the chronically homeless. One idea is a legal campground offering sanitation services, running water,
and access to alcohol, drug and mental health counseling.

Sacramento, Mayor Kevin Johnson, (04.22.09), said: "It may take
another 6 to 9 months to fully explore the options."

Note: (*a line through, to question the need for such extra and or unnecessary verbiage)



11/6/2009: 'Smoke and Mirrors' - Try and redefine the issue????? - ( No Thanks)

But thanks for any help or good you may give or suggest be given .....






If the so called officials, can not come up with a solution
after hours, days, weeks, months, and years, where
a person who is homeless and without the means
to provide, (payment/the coin of the realm), for a room, to sleep and or live,
then, it is time for new officials or up to those, that are
disenfranchised, to take action to secure those rights
by the best means possible .....


No more Smoke and Mirrors!





L.A.'s homeless law ruled unconstitutional

Appeals court says lack of shelters gives people no choice

Saturday, April 15, 2006

A federal appeals court ruled Friday that the city of Los Angeles is violating the constitutional rights of homeless people by arresting them for sleeping or sitting on sidewalks and streets --- a finding that advocates for the homeless say could have a significant effect in San Francisco and elsewhere.

In its 2-1 decision, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals found that a Los Angeles city law prohibiting sleeping, sitting or lying on public byways constituted "cruel and unusual punishment," because the city has so few shelter beds its street people have nowhere else to stay.

The suit was filed in 2003 by six homeless people who were arrested in Los Angeles' Skid Row, a 50-block sprawl downtown where about 10,000 homeless people bed down every night with tents, cardboard shacks or blankets.



 --- And the Governor and Mayor Kevin Johnson are still doing the political side step shuffle!



What kind of World do you want?





The decision to be free from the vested interests that would enslave humanity
for their own purposes lies with every individual’s understanding of
The Declaration of Human Rights and their resolve to make it a reality.

Article 17: (1) Everyone has the right to own property alone as well as in association with others.
(2) No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of their property.



free speech

To Censor for the purpose of suppressing parts deemed objectionable, 'by the Censor',
(not for inaccuracy), but, so as to benefit the Censor, their purpose,
agenda or agendas and away from the purpose, agenda or agendas of those being censored,
it is a Master to slave, relationship.

And I hope you can figure out, understand, know, who is the

'Master', and who is the, 'slave'.



"Shine your light so that it may pierce the darkness."






This planet in space, third planet from its sun, is called Earth, and it is alive, teaming with incredible life, and part of this life includes, Humans, human beings, the peoples of Planet Earth, these people all have full rights, privileges, and duties to one and all.

Yes, such life that can be seen from its neighboring planets in the darkness of seemingly infinite, endless, space.

Let this Life, these People, this Earth, shine from within the darkness, to cast the light of life, for all to see.

William Jackson






The Bill Of Rights is shining through the darkness!!! In the face of nothing better, how can a judge or any other "Official" undermine a persons God given right to seek and pursue Safety. If you can tell me how a person can pursue happiness while disregarding Safety then we see the basis of the conundrum we force upon the homeless. Why not drink yourself to death when you see more effort spent preventing a person from scratching out their own sense of safety and protecting property rights at the expense of that same safety. A person needs a sense of hope to keep going and property rights have tried to "ZONE" the Homeless out of existence. 

Article Nine of the Bill of Rights covers those rights not otherwise listed.  So it takes someone standing up against this tyranny of property and striking back against this unconstitutional manslaughter.  

The pursuit of safety takes precedence over property.  Some safety is better than no safety. Am I being too bold to make these statements? Whose permission do we need to think these thoughts? Shall we study this question for another 30 years?

My Human rights trumps your property rights. Not that I violate your safety which includes your property but that I certainly ought to be supported in my pursuit such as a safe place to park if I am living in my car or found a place to pitch a tent. The system never addressed this directly. As I said before, if they could "ZONE" the problem out of existence they would have.

Housing is secondary to Safety. But it's amazing how much the two overlap. If the Right to Safety were to be used as the pry bar that it is to open the Housing Door we might just get things finally into a perspective that gets things 'Rezoned".


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community organizing and grassroots activism in order to protect and defend

civil liberties and civil rights. Acting on the firm belief knowing that liberty must

be protected for everyone if it is to be enjoyed by anyone truly liberty; We

defend the rights 'just rights' of all. We are particularly concerned about freedom of

expression, the right to privacy, and the right to be free of discrimination.

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which is the test of right and wrong. It is that which accords with the perfect rights of others.
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Mandate that the State establish an appropriate number of
locations in each County in California!

Let this be done everywhere in our America, and endeavor
to see that it or better is available everywhere on our Earth!


Throughout history, popular discontent with land-related ownership has been one of the most common factors in provoking revolutionary movements and other social upheavals. To those who use the land, the so called, 'landowners' taking, in some cases half or even more of the users earnings for its limited use, may seem unfair, and is the reason why a revolution ..........
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I’m not a communist, I’m not a capitalist, I’m not a socialist, ain’t no imperialist, I tell you I’m not a terrorist, and I’m not a democrat, sure as hell ain’t no republican, I believe in one Party and its name is, Freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeedom!


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First they came for the unapproved religious books, and I didn't speak up because I thought it did not concern me.

Then they came for the unapproved Religious, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't an unapproved Religious person.

Then they came for the Socialists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Socialist person.

Then they came for the Unionists, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Unionist person.

Then they came for the Homeless, and I didn't speak up because I wasn't a Homeless person.

Then they came for me - and no one spoke up because by that time there was no one left, 'concerned about me'.
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LIFE, LIBERTY and the pursuit of HAPPINESS

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The necessary (though not the fully sufficient) condition of liberty is the possession or access to subsistence land. If possession or access to land is a necessary condition of liberty, then its deprivation results in some form of slavery

Even with access to land, the government may impose taxes to such an extent that one is not free. For example, in 1932–1933, Stalin was removing from the peasants their agricultural products to the extant that he produced an artificial famine which directly or indirectly killed roughly 14,000,000 people.

So, the possession of or access to subsistence land is a necessary, but not a fully sufficient, condition for liberty.

Well, I could go on, but .............

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