To watch a video covering this idea, click here: “Behold: A Favor for Federal Employees“
Hang on. Help is on the way. There is a hope, a bank-shot, and an opportunity for a bit of elbow grease from some of you.
If all goes according to hope, next week a federal class action lawsuit will be filed against the boss of a federal organization (not the DOD). The plaintiffs will be employees of that federal organization. They will be seeking Temporary Restraining Orders and permanent injunctive relief.
Here is the bankshot: I want to get it multiplied so the Secretary or Chair or Director of every federal organization is finding himself or herself or xirself staring down the barrel of a federal class action suit along with accusations of Nuremberg Code violations.
How do I expect to get it so multiplied? Through the magic of a global grassroots movement known as “Tore Says”.
Many federales likely know who Tore Maras is, but for the newcomers: she runs a podcast that has become a global top 40 political broadcast. In five broadcasts of three hours each per week, Tore discusses events from a perspective that the mainstream would dismiss as “conspiracy minded” (setting aside an ability to predict the future, as she demonstrates by taking clips from shows three years previously and playing them now). She punctuates her chapters with eclectic but tasteful music samplings. Across all channels her daily listeners now number in the low millions. Hundreds of chapters have sprung up where weekly meetings are held in diners, coffee shops, and city parks, for her fans to discuss her broadcasts. Of approximately 600 chapters, 300 are scattered in cities around the US, and 300 are scattered globally (yes, in Hamburg, Germany, yes, there is a coffee shop where once/week a group of people get together to discuss Tore’s last week of broadcasts).
Tore’s main social media is Telegram, where here channel “Tore Says +” has become what Austrian economists call a catallaxy. It is a self-organizing group building itself from the bottom-up.
Most impressively, Tore’s community has demonstrated the ability to do useful work. It was an accidental discovery: Tore was away from home and had a car wreck (or theft?), mentioned it on-air…. and her millions of followers self-organized a new Tesla to appear in her driveway. But it has quickly gotten much bigger.
Imagine a beehive in the center of which is nestled and guarded a queen bee (Tore). Among the chambers of the beehive are the aforementioned geographic chapters. But there are chambers for physicians, and industrial engineers, and a chamber for many dozens of lawyers (who work in law firms which would never handle cases as controversial as these). Like an enormous open-source software project but this one composed of volunteers of all stripes, the energies of this beehive exceed that of all but the largest lawfirms. It asks for a tiny amount of erg out of tens of thousands of people, and they deliver.
Over the last few months, , Tore has been conjuring and plotting with that group, and in the last three weeks it gushed forth:
- 20 federal lawsuits challenging school mask mandates in 20 federal districts;
- 48 state Supreme Courts lawsuits challenging vaccine mandates within the state.
These are serious lawsuits drafted by volunteer lawyers contributing time to a virtual law firm shielded within the hive. The canonical suit was drawn up collaboratively by lawyers volunteering from several big firms. Cells holding industrial engineers and physicians and scientists injected the most current scientific research into the cases. The cloning has been done by lawyers/paralegals within the relevant geographic chapters doing the research on varying state constitutional and legislative language necessary to localize the canonical suit. Shielded within the hive and with no more effort than a maestro makes whisking xir’s baton, Tore has built (or more precisely, around Tore has organized) a mass-movement with an open-source sophistication at which I marvel.
For her next feat, Tore will put that apparatus at the service of you vax-hesitant federals. Here is how it is going to work:
- Early next week a superbly-drafted federal class action lawsuit will be filed on behalf of the employees of and contractors to a particular federal department, agency, or commission (I’m not saying which one, but even a youth would have heard of it).
- Meanwhile, vax-hesitant federals are going to learn a bit about Tore World:
- In the days ahead you will see created for you federals cells within the beehive that map not to geographic locations, but to your home agencies. You should join. You likely cannot create social media accounts under real names. That is OK. This will still work.
- That first class federal class action suit delivered early next week will be duplicated within each of the cells (hence why you need to find the one relevant to your home agency).
- There will be volunteer lawyers working from their cells (along with the engineers and physicians) to take the one class action suit, and localize it to the conditions and perhaps legal situation of each of your home agencies;
- You vax-hesitant federals will be working to help them (that is where some elbow grease comes in), and also, will consider acting as plaintiffs in the the class actions to be filed. There may be a thousand bucks in court filing fees, but spread across dozens of you that should be manageable.
As far-fetched as this all sounds, I’ve seen it work. I watched Tore conjure this into existence over the last twelve months, and in the last three weeks I saw it generate and file 48 state supreme court cases and 20 federal cases.
The thing about “open-source” is that the crowd does the work. For vax-hesitant federals who want to avoid the clot-shot mandate, this is how you can do it with the fewest ergs of effort. This open-sourced network conjured into existence by Tore can deliver the lawyering, it can research and inject the latest medical, scientific, and legal research, it can do everything…. but be good, strong, smart plaintiffs. It needs a handful of you for that.
Thus, for any federal department, agency, or commission where a good enough handful of federals show up and join Tore World (as I call it), we can probably get the canonical class action lawsuit duplicated and localized within a week (insh’allah). Thus, if that is filed Monday, and if everything then goes smooth like butta, by October 25 there could be a federal class action lawsuit (seeking TRO and permanent injunctive relief) to block the vaccine mandate in your home agency, populated with the most up-to-the-moment scientific and medical research.
It ain’t much. But it’s all I got.