Introductory Music: The meeting began with the song “Work To Do” by the Isley Brothers.

Opening Message by GoGi: The opening message focused on the theme of perseverance and the importance of postponing gratification for achieving long-term goals. She emphasized putting off distractions and other desires to focus on major projects, studies, or work deadlines.

Question for the Day: The question posed this evening was about instances where participants had to postpone gratification for a greater goal.

Answers: Various participants shared personal stories reflecting on times they had to delay immediate pleasures or wants for the sake of important objectives, such as exams, work projects, or personal growth.

News & Updates: During our meeting, we delved into significant topics at the crossroads of technology, privacy, and societal implications. Here’s a condensed recap:

-Air Marshal Reassignments: We began with a thought-provoking video, “Holy SH*T! U.S. Air Marshals are being PULLED off airplanes for THIS?”, sparking discussions on security priorities and resource allocation in aviation.
QUOTE FROM GOGI: In other words, some of the United States top marksmen are now relegated to babysitting the borders and surveilling innocent US citizens – go figure!

-Transparency in TSDB Nominations: An Instagram video offered insight into the opaque Terrorist Screening Database nomination process, prompting debates on fairness and the need for clear redress mechanisms.

-Privacy Under Surveillance: A YouTube exploration, “FISA 702 video”, highlighted the balance between national security and individual privacy rights under Section 702 of the FISA, urging reflection on surveillance limits.

-FDA Ruling on Informed Consent: We discussed the FDA’s new rule allowing nonconsensual clinical ecperimentation, raising ethical considerations about patient autonomy versus research advancement. Thus, Targeted Justice created a NEW Medical Implant letter to address this critical matter.

Attorney Ana Toledo joined as a special guest, providing legal insights into the ongoing lawsuit, the implications of new FDA regulations, and the importance of informed consent. She emphasized the need for awareness, the NEW Medical Implant letter and taking action against violations of privacy and autonomy.

The meeting concluded with a reminder of the importance of staying informed and proactive in legal and ethical matters concerning personal rights and privacy. Encouragement was given to participate in future actions and initiatives aimed at protecting individual freedoms.

During the Q&A session, participants engaged with Attorney Ana Toledo, asking questions related to legal strategies, rights protection, and specific concerns about medical consent and privacy.

Key Resources from Targeted Justice
In our discussion, we spotlighted valuable resources developed by Targeted Justice for those facing privacy violations:

Cease and Desist Letter: Targeted Justice has crafted a cease and desist letter template for individuals experiencing unauthorized surveillance or harassment. This document serves as an official notice to demand the cessation of illegal activities. For more details and to access the template, visit: https://targetedjustice.substack.com/p/cease-and-desist-letter-to-fusion

Medical Implants Letter: Another critical tool from Targeted Justice is the medical implants letter template. It’s designed for individuals to articulate concerns and seek accountability for unauthorized medical implants. This letter is instrumental in documenting opposition to such invasive procedures. https://tievents.org/tj-medical-implant-letter/