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NYC Mayoral Candidate Cleopatra Fitzgerald Says ‘No One Is Above The Law’

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- NYC Mayoral Candidate Cleopatra Fitzgerald says: "No One Is Above The Law." Lady Cleopatra asks: Courts, Judges, Attorneys or others in higher office to please put attention to the issues that need justifiable laws or alterations as history and the present shows there are tyrannical laws bringing about disruption and decline whereas prosperous laws deliver harmony and order.

The laws of each country, region generally are composed of tradition, religion, culture, norms, values, administration, party beliefs, superstition, oppression, nationalism amongst others.

There are specific issues that resonate globally in particular: poverty, crime, education, health, homelessness, corruption, environment, equality, discrimination and countless more. For these reasons my intention solely is to voice the deficiencies (broken systems) that so many people are clamoring to repair.

It is a plea to those in office to construct laws (if they may) to preserve with their good judgment not wickedness, a healthy way in every aspect to affirm the virtuous norms of righteous demeanor and decorum.

Below is a list of numerous fallible broken systems and their possible solutions according to Fitzgerald. The list extends depending on each country, region and their necessities.

Madam Cleopatra on each topic declares:

Justice: It should never be personal with ill feelings, not for his/her interest or bias, or siding with a predilection; it is on the grounds of truth and seeing evidence where the truth speaks of liberty and not persecuting the innocent victims.

Teachers and education: A sincere confidential survey with non-identifiable bar codes or numbers to assess progress in teaching, no bullying amongst teachers and students (no peer pressure), teachers should neither directly nor indirectly harass students or mal-influence their reputation, no unwanted advances, no misguided content of books intended to talk badly of a student that could lead to suicide, syllabus timely organized and no lies with what to study, no objectification and no repression of student where they are intimidated with silence and non-growth of mind, physical, emotional and spiritual. Surveillance cameras to record inside the veracity of incidents.

Police and other emergency workers, essential workers: Conflict resolution, cultural training, new techniques to apprehend criminals, do not treat them with disrespect and likewise not to treat civilians with unwarranted harshness.

Seniors, Disabled, LGBTQ, Racial groups and Children: To be given aid against assault and abuse considering that they are susceptible to mistreatment. For the perpetrators to face justice and given courses on civility and awareness, safer streets and accessibility.

Poverty, Homelesness: Research each country, region and the factors leading to it. Philanthropists and the wealthy can unite in the efforts to reduce these issues. What equal opportunities are being denied by whom, what policies, what is lacking. Sometimes social workers violate their ethics code by siding with homeless and criminals.

Corruption: The cost of corruption is trillions and it wrecks the economy. Watchdogs, ethics commissions, human rights organizations, whistleblowers, investigative journalists, The FBI's International Corruption Unit (ICU), Global Anti-Corruption Consortium, and others have exposed the havoc and lack of proper laws to rectify this serious problem.

Crimes: The day by day variations of crimes is shameful, it exhibits the inadequacy of laws, responsible surveillance, education, distribution of resources to help people out of crime and poverty stricken communities.

Religion: Persons internationally come from an assortment of cultures, races and religions. Nonetheless, religious places of worship should not be subject to animosity, gossip, harassment, fraud, embezzlement, physical and mental abuse. Places of worship are to peacefully congregate.

Teenagers, Roommates: Teenagers should be taught to live conscientiously and if they become roommates to live without breaking laws of etiquette, no stealing, loud parties, intimate violence, drugs, not making it miserable for their roommates by participating in activities that would be injurious to the other tenants.

Parents: Tell kids not to trust strangers, educate them with good judgment.

Transparency and accountability: What good are if all laws are made and the persons enforcing them bend them and circumvent them pursuant to their selfish needs? There should be persons overseeing each sector, department, and government agency.

Royalty and those in office: No one should be above the law, they should not be immune from criminal, human rights abuses and other offenses regardless of monetary or heritage. No attacking of innocent citizens or others.

Immigrants: The distinct types of immigrants come to each country for special causes. Immigrants and their children, babies should not be harmed, harassed and left in danger. It is a humanitarian disaster. That crisis needs a lot of organizations and spaces to not treat immigrants as stray animals in cages.

Reforms: By paying attention to the populace and their troubles the policies, laws, can change or create a new preferably to continue with the same inoperative manners.

Foreign, National affairs: No xenophobia, no bias, no ambiguity

These topics or just a few of the many more that will be gradually discussed Ms.Fitzgerald says as this campaign season ends she is running to make aware the causes that matter. She will keep you the public updated with anything coming.

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Candidate Cleopatra Fitzgerald on the Trending Topic of National and International Security

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- According to New York City's Mayoral candidate, Cleopatra Fitzgerald, "National and international security are indispensable for the safety of citizens, tourists, immigrants and residents," and she's bringing some injustices to light. She knows that creating agencies, departments, sectors, industries and infrastructures are global governments' approach to developing coordination, but they don't always work.

"There are inadequacies with laws and they're failing so many. For example, inadequacies are seen in ever-present issues such as homelessness, poverty, civil unrest, wars and cyber and transnational crime. We need new laws and proper enforcement," she says.

Fitzgerald believes that a country's reputation is damaged when the incompetence, recklessness, malice, and inability to perform well only serves to hurt humankind.

"Each country/region defends not only its jurisdiction, but its culture, history, tradition, religion and governance," she says.

And while she knows there are shared country alliances of varied types including protection, there are also sad facts that exhibit corruption, putting countries at risk.

"This happens through coercion, bribery, illegal dealings and the refusal to enter into agreements unless participation in illicit money flow occurs," she says. "As backroom deals are made, some illegally benefit while others are harmed. Articles display how human rights' organizations, protestors, Interpol, international court, ethics commissions, investigative journalists have found truths and justice."

Cleopatra shared her views with "Total Prestige" Magazine. Explaining that when rulers, politicians, countries, regions, etc. use their power to place innocent individuals in concentration camps, provide false medical misdiagnoses and conduct surveillance to ostracize groups, individuals, races, religion, tradition and social norms, it denies citizens freedom of speech and human rights.

Global problems such as school failures, pandemics, suicide, discrimination and governmental deficits all demonstrates taxpayers are wasting their money in useless programs instead of in proper usage.

"There's a vicious cycle of class disparity. The affluent often want to displace the poor from their dwellings and the villainous criminals blame normal residents. It's the old versus the new generation with dissimilar upbringings and perspectives," she says. "Each social class has specific wrongs and people need to voice their concerns to be free from abuse."






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Sam Stiele recently announced his candidacy for the mayor of Hopkins, MN

HOPKINS, Minn. -- Citizens 4 Stiele announced today candidacy of Sam Stiele for mayor of Hopkins. "I didn't see a mayoral candidate that represented me," Stiele said in a statement. "We need someone who knows this town inside and out. Hopkins needs a leader who believes that progress is a balancing act, one who offers open communication. I will create an approachable government whose mission is to serve Hopkins and mentor future leaders."

The Stiele family has been a mainstay in Hopkins across four generations. Stiele's first job was sweeping the body shop floors alongside his father, uncles, siblings and cousins.

"I am so proud of this community and grateful to raise my kids here," Stiele said. "I can't think of a more humbling way to give back than to serve as mayor in this time of rapid growth and change for Hopkins."

Stiele is a two-term president of Hopkins Rotary Club, as well as having served on the Board of the Hopkins Historical Society. He currently serves as the chair of the Hopkins Planning and Zoning Commission. He started his civic journey by attending the Hopkins Citizen's Academy.

"There is not a better, more hands-on, engrossing way to understand the dynamics required to run a city, than to attend the Academy," Stiele said.

Stiele feels it is important to show up in the community in order to lead. According to Stiele, a mayor needs to understand the community's clubs, participate in events, volunteer in the community and patronize local businesses. He said he understands that local government requires a servant mentality and that you should always leave something better than you have found it.

We need to bring back more balance, while increasing transparency to bring more people into the process, Stiele said in a statement, adding "How do you educate the next generation of civic leaders if you aren't communicating with them?"

"You can find me on Mainstreet most days," Stiele says. That includes Saturday when he sits with his dad & drinks coffee.

According to Stiele, his family has passed down an important value to each generation, "you must give before you receive." His father, Ed Stiele, was the Raspberry Festival's 50th anniversary grand marshal, while Stiele has volunteered on JCI committees, at Resource West, the Elks and joined a local bowling league.

"I look forward to earning your vote to be Hopkins' next mayor this November, it will be my privilege to continue serving our great community."

Official candidate website (live on 8/30/21, if not sooner): http://www.stieleformayor.com/

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Avondale Estates Mayoral Candidate Clai Brown Refutes Disinformation, Invites More Community Dialog

AVONDALE ESTATES, Ga. -- 2019 Candidate for Mayor and former City Manager Clai Brown (https://claibrownformayor.com/) has issued the following statement to ensure Avondale Estates citizens have access to facts on matters that may determine their November 5 election-day decisions about the future of their unique city and community.

"As anyone who has known me during my decade-long tenure as Avondale Estates city manager will tell you, I am not a hothead. I do not seek out confrontation, and I do not relish pointing out the mistakes of others. It's just not how I was raised, so I've remained quiet when confronted with disinformation and personal attacks about my decision to resign in 2017 and an employment contract over which I had zero influence. Perhaps too quiet for my own good. My faith that truth ultimately triumphs comes from the values I learned as a child. Plus, I've always enjoyed the old adage that 'No good comes from wrestling with a pig. You'll both get dirty, but the pig enjoys it.'

However, last weekend I changed my mind, because I realized that the absence of a factual account does not begin with the events leading up to and culminating in my resignation, but hails all the way back to my initial employment agreement with the City and through the annual employee review cycle during which my tenure was brought before the board, praised explicitly and extended. My conviction that truth prevails is unwavering, but my commitment to transparency and to the loyalty of my family, friends, supporters and neighbors demands that I speak out now.

My 2017 decision to resign was based primarily on my concern that elected officials, whether by ignorance or naivete, were not adhering to the City Charter and in particular to Section 2.30 related to Commission interference with administration. The official with authority to correct the situation failed to do so. My decision was painful, but ethically unavoidable, as I felt I had explored every alternative for resolving the issues. Frankly, I no longer had the conviction that I could do what was best for my hometown in the role of City Manager.

Not only was it time for me to go, it was also time for me to seek another role from which I could lead effectively. From my perspective, Avondale Estates may be growing and modernizing, but that does not mean it must shed long-standing traditions of transparency, integrity, trust or adherence to documented governing principles.

I think we can agree that we need them now more than ever.

In the aftermath of my resignation and the unintended conflict that arose as our residents struggled to understand decisions made out of public view, claims emerged that my employment agreement, including terms related to resignation and early retirement, were secretive, murky and probably unethical on my part. As common sense would dictate, city employees cannot approve the terms of their own employment. My only involvement in the terms of my hiring was possessing a valuable skillset and loyalty to a budget-conscious municipality poised for unprecedented change. The city of Avondale Estates made its offer, and I accepted the job as a career decision in line with my experience and skills.

It is that simple. The spurious assertion that I manipulated or conspired to influence my employment contract with Avondale Estates either at the time of my hiring or at any juncture prior to my resignation offends my family's reputation and can easily be disproven by reading public record.

I encourage every resident of our unique community who has questions or concerns about my record as City Manager of Avondale Estates and my vision for the future of our city to visit https://claibrownformayor.com/.

Further, I urge our residents to RSVP to one or more of the remaining hosted community events where you can learn more about why I believe I am the most qualified candidate to become the next mayor of Avondale Estates - the city I am proud to call my hometown."

Visit the Clai Brown for Mayor website to RSVP for one of these Meet & Greet opportunities to discuss these issues with Clai one-to-one:
* 10/27: 4-5:30 p.m.
* 10/29: 7-8:30 p.m.
* 11/1: 7-8:30 p.m.

If you have any questions, please contact Clai at claibrownformayor@gmail.com or by telephone at 404-963-6108.

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