The Art of Resistance Movement: An Open Call to Action!/Notes From the Inside


Tiny - Posted on 10 November 2015

Author: 
Yafeu Iyapo-I/POOR Magazine Pelican Bay SHU Correspondent

Editors Note: Yafeu is one of several power-FUL PNNPlantation prison correspondents. As currently and formerly incarcerated poor and indigenous peoples in struggle and resistance with all plantation systems in Amerikkka, POOR Magazine stands in solidarity with all folks on the other side of the razor wire plantation. 

 

The Pelican Bay Human Rights Movement and the PBHRM's First Amendment Campaign Presents:

Part One:

In The Spirit of Proverbs 29:18

The Art of Resistance Movement

(Sub-Title: An Open Call to Action! To the multi-million numbers of our Ecumenical Christian Church Communities/and all of our other Faith-based communities).

         And Behold: As it was written, from the Eternal Foundation- stones of creation. In the sacred Book of Proverbs, Chapter 29:

         At Key Verse 18: “...Where there is no vision the people perish”

         “...But he that keepeth the Law, happy is he...” -Amen (True)-

Our Mission: From 1975 thru 2013 many of our most common family, social, and economic survival problems have not been solved in a fully sustainable manner. In large part because our captive and non-captive men, women, youths, elected legal advocates, indymedia activists, students, professors, church ministers, and faith based memebers, and her adopted kindred spirits- are not being mentored to correctly self-master “The Basic A-B-C-based methods of True Economic Freedom and Social Justice” as a divinely instructed way of life which is clearly established in our most sacred books of self-knowledge, books of lifebooks of law and books of biblical economics and the social gospels-based collective problem solving strategies. Plus, the Universal Declaration of Religious Rights.

As such, one of the vital tasks of the Pelican Bay Human Rights movement and the PBHRM's First Amendment Campaign is to labor daily to help rebuild a stable mutual support network of human bridges to and from each still captive NCTT members and our elected A.R.M. Project coordinators whom have been privately trained by some of the greatest captive think tank minds that our present generation has been able to produce. To help passion, the five below essential self-help methods of:

1.            Ujima

2.            Ujamaa

3.            Economic freedom/and social justice

4.            Biblical economics/and the social gospels.

5.            Other DIY/or do-it-yourself models of collective self-empowerment/and effective economics self-employment based problem solving strategies.

For more info about why/and how our outside men, women, youth, Art related muses/and patrons, and other Adopted kindred spirits can begin to help rebuild or complete a current plans of self-Liberating, self-Healing, self-Empowering, and self-Regenerating endeavors.  In behalf of 1,2,3, or more of our below initial examples of Art related self-Help projects

1.   Help us, to help ourselves

2.   The return of “The visible man/woman.”

3.   Are you ready to join??? Our poster boys for Justice campaign??? Free our poster boys!!!

4.   The we are the Survivors!!! Of American Torture Collection!!!! Please feel free to contact either

a.    One of our Elected A.R.M. project coordinators or

b.   One of our new Art students at the below contact address:

                  The Art of Resistance Movement, our captive Elected Project Coordinator:

                           Attn: Yafeu Iyapo-I

                           S/N Alexander, B.- 72288

                           Address: D3-118 P.O. Box 7500

                           Crescent City, CA 95532

         Web (1): http://fapenpalstripod.com/yiart.html

         Web (2): http://solitarywatch.com/sentenced-architecture-and-human-rights/

 

Closing:The A.R.M. is dedicated to the still living legacies of the once-invisible legions of:

1.   Brother Name-less

2.   Brother Face-less

3.   Brother Voice-less

4.   Brother Economically Power-Less

As well as our never-ending domestic Human Rights struggles.  For True Economic Freedom, Social Justice, and our stop Torture in American Prisons campaign.  And the Time has come for the Ecumenical Body of Jesus Christ/ and all of our other Faith-based believers to participate in an open/ and Honest discussions.  In regards to the Greatly Evil history, purpose, and a clearly identifiable lists of openly Anti-Christian Human Conditions.  That has been Revealed under the below Bible-based working title: “…Welcome to Crescent City, CA.  Home of, …The Judds (snitch) Factory…”

 

Series C., No. #0001.

The Pelican Bay Human Rights Movement and the PBHRM's First Amendment Campaign Presents:

Part Two:

In The Spirit of Proverbs 29:18

The Art of Resistance Movement

(Sub-Title: An Open Call to Action! To the multi-million numbers of our Ecumenical Christian Church Communities/and all of our other Faith-based communities).

Greetings my Sisters and Brothers: My name is minister Baba Yafeu Iyapo-I. I am a captive Nazarite Christian Learned Elder. Whom has spent over 23 years being falsely imprisoned inside of the openly Anti-Christian Human Torture Chambers of both PBSP (SHU-Units). Plus, a new police state Networks of Domestic (CMU-Units). And if we pause to critically analyze and compare the below faith-based working title; Welcome to Crescent City, CA. Home of...”The Judas (Snitch) Factory...” To the Four below strategies of our collective:

1.            Secular and political work.

2.            Religious and faith-based work

3.            Economic freedom and social justice work

4.            Our Stop Torture in American Prisons campaign work.

 

We will find that from 1989 to 2013 a mass number of both captive and non-captive men, women, youth, and elected legal advocates have never ever been correctly provided either hands on nor online access to the previously missing master keys of our most effective bodies of sacred laws, words, and biblical economics-based collective problem solving strategies.

As such pursuant to the vital unity of purpose of part one of the A-R-M's mission statement- The goal of our open call to action is to actively invite the multi-million numbers of our faith-based communities to utilize the below Bible-based blueprints to help achieve each of the four key above examples of our captive and non-captive domestic human rights movement activist solutions.

“The Universal Declaration of Religious Rights”

The church in each place must be free to define the mission it believes it has received from God. Likewise, individual Christians and other Believers must be free to practice their faith in whatever manner they deem necessarily commensurate with their not violating the same freedom of others. In addition, we affirm the understanding of Religious Freedom, embodied in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948) and other International covenants. While some actions taken in the name of religious rights may be ambiguous and will have to be addressed on a case by case basis. We believe that Religious Rights include the following:

1.            Every person has the right to determine his/her own faith and creed according to conscience.

2.            Every person has the right to his beliefs to express his religious beliefs in worship, teaching, and practice: and to proclaim the implications of his beliefs  for relationships in a social and productive community.

3.            Every religious organization formed and maintained has the right to determine its policies and practices for the accomplishment of its chosen purpose. Which implies the right:

a. To assemble for the unhindered private and public worship.

b. To formulate your own creed.

c. To give religious instruction to its youth: including preparation for ministry.

d. To preach its message publicly.

e. To receive into its membership those who destine to join it.

f. To carry on social services and to engage in missionary activity both at home and abroad.

g. To organize local congregation.

h. To publish and circulate religious infrastructure.

i. To control the means necessary to its mission and to secure support for its work at home and abroad.

j. To cooperate and unite with other believers at home and abroad.

k. To determine freely the qualifications for professional leadership of religious communities, freely naming their leaders at all levels and designating their work assignments.

Closing: If you are mutually interested in re-learning  “What Would Jesus Do?” To help self-remedy our most common family, social, and economic survival problems in general and each of the four key examples ofo ur collective activist work in particular- Please feel free to contact us at our enclosed prison letter mail contact address.

 

         Respectfully Yours,

         Attn: Yafeu Iyapo-I

         S/N Alexander, B.- 72288

         Address: D3-118 P.O. Box 7500

                      Crescent City, CA 95532

         Web (1): http://fapenpalstripod.com/yiart.html

         Web (2): http://solitarywatch.com/sentenced-architecture-and-human-rights/

 

Series C. No. #0002

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