@Buck Rogers(Asgardian) on 19 June 2017, 7:39 a.m.
I was disgusted to find (redacted)s candidate letter and find he is a member of the asgardia staff, how easily he has turned his back on his colleagues or has he just stabbed them in the back? By creating misleading posts like this in everycorner of the forum. I also want to know where his opinion is better than that of a team of legal advisors. I found his online resume and see nowhere his legal experience. Seems more like a lego hobbyist wanting to run his own lego empire.
I think if he really is a member of staff he has already broken his campaign promises of standing up for people as he has already proven that his own ambition is bigger than his responsibility to his colleagues.
In the most I agree with the admin decisions on this site, but I do see problems with the constitution and would like answers on how they are going to be solved, but this is not the way to go about doing so.
and is it me or do you have a little rebel army following you around in every corner backing you up and bullying anyone who disagrees with you or your proposals. Should this be added to your draft that the head of state (you) be given a private army to silence anyone who disagrees.
and you talk of North Korea,
Welcome to Asgardia.Space, @Buck Rogers! I am delighted that you have decided to join the actual conversation on the official forums. I welcome your input in this open forum. I hope we can have an open, respectful dialogue to satisfy your concerns outlined in your very first post on this forum! You honor me by selecting my thread to first voice your opinions. I have not taken any great strides to hide myself nor my history. You are certainly clever enough to see that I have volunteered to be the Chapter Advocate for (redacted). I would hardly qualify myself as staff of Asgardia. But to clarify, I am indeed an unpaid volunteer.
I am known online as (redacted). (redacted).
Everyone is welcomed to submit to become a volunteer for any number of open roles by submitting an email to email@example.com. This is what I did back in April 2017. It’s also worth mentioning that I am still in the training phase to become the official Chapter Advocate for Asgardia (redacted). Once that process is successfully completed (to the satisfaction of the Admins), my user status on this forum will be updated.
As you have already found my blog (https://asgardia.space/en/blog/candidate/125756-3439-champion-of-the-common-citizen-amp-justice/), I have indeed created a candidate profile with the hopes of addressing the concerns that many others have voiced in an official capacity.
I have been very consistent in my positions on this forum. Everyone is welcomed to review my post history to confirm this for him/herself. I have no desire to mislead anyone. If anything, I am always willing to listen to other viewpoints. There are times, when I must update my own view as another person has debated their points well. I am only but human and by default, fallible. I do not view myself as above anyone. In fact, I’ll be among the first to admit there are many people far more intelligent than I on this forum.
You are correct that I have no publically documented experience in the legal field beyond my consulting and entrepreneurial endeavors. My background is steep in information technologies. However, as I work at the international level, I must be well acquainted with contract law and how they operate in different countries. As any intelligent person, such as yourself, have noted: The Constitution presented thus far is not perfect. It does not require a team of legal experts to see issues with this document as-is. And, as history along with other more qualified people on this forum have stated, the time frame given to the community to form a proper and mutually agreeable document is significantly longer than just a few months!
Like you, I do applaud the concept and the dream for which Asgardia inspires. This is why I care so much to voice my views so loudly. I am not against the Good Doctor’s dream. Nor am I against everything that Dr. Igor Ashurbeyli is attempting to build. In fact, as you can search for yourself, I have not been absolutely against the form of Government either. As you are aware, I live and work in (redacted). (redacted) is governed under a Constitutional Monarchy. I have self-studied, in depth, the Constitutions of the U.S.A., Japan, Austria, Norway, and (to a small extent) North Korea. That said, I won’t profess to be an expert here. But, having exposure to these documents has given me great insights to how a proper Constitution is written. The points I take issue with are the severe lack of checks and balances as I have noted well in prior posts.
As noted in my first post on this thread, I’m attempting to consolidate everyone’s concerns in the same fashion done over the last several months by the Admin staff. You say: “this is not the way to go about doing so.” I am happy to hear of better methods to bring about the changes on points in the Constitution for which you disagree.