Code of Conduct
When participating in CNY Informed events, meetings or rallies, you MUST:
•Remain in good moral character.
•Remain respectful of all Americans at all times.
•Respect law enforcement officers at all times.
•Not start fights or make threats.
•Always remain professional.
If you cannot follow the code of conduct and core values, you will be removed from the group.
We believe that as citizens we should be able to freely participate in society without government imposed mandates of any sort that clearly violate the U.S. Constitution. We believe that as U.S. citizens we have a right to make decisions based on our own beliefs. We believe in bodily autonomy for all and the right to informed consent. We deeply respect individual rights and beliefs of others, and their right to choose differently and believe that all people deserve medical privacy and equality.
The United States Constitution is the supreme law of the land.
We respect everyone’s rights.
We advocate that all Americans deserve the same, equal treatment and justice.
We seek to hold our leaders accountable.
We affirm the value of all humans no matter their age, race, religion, nationality, etc.
America’s first document as a new nation, The Declaration of Independence, states that we are all “created equal” and endowed by our Creator “with certain unalienable Rights.
The United States was established to secure our inalienable, God-given rights.
Nonviolence is a way of life for courageous people.
We condemn acts of violence, especially to achieve political gain.
We do not tolerate lawless behavior or illegal actions.
Nonviolence seeks to win friendship and understanding.
We seek to educate others by our words and actions.
The end result of nonviolence is redemption and reconciliation.
Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction.
Freedom is not passed to our children unless we do so intentionally.
Freedom must be fought for, protected, and handed on for our children to do the same.
- American Patriot Council
Meet on a bi-weekly or monthly basis to connect and discuss ideas and ways to take action.
Organize and attend events to inform the public and get all like-minded individuals connected.
Host demonstrations to speak out and educate the public
about current legislation to encourage other to think
critically – raise awareness.
Promote free movement and participation in the Community regardless of masking or vaccination status.
Advocate for 5 full days of in-person, school instruction unmasked for our children.
Prevent the use of the Excelsior Pass within the County.
Connect and network with concurring groups throughout NYS for greater impact and change.
Engage in community education, outreach and activism.
We will remain active in our community. There is currently proposed legislation that infringes upon our rights and we will remain diligent in staying in front of those Bills, establishing a professional relationship with all Legislators, to ensure there is nothing else in the future that violates our Constitutional Rights. It does NOT end with masks – we MUST remain diligent together!
– Inform, Connect, Educate & Protect Freedom –