There are three things that each one of us can do to get started and all three are relatively easy to do. Let’s start with the easiest then to the hardest.
1. It is going to take a sizable amount of money to put the necessary software programming together so that the SCRB members can operate within the system in both privacy while maintaining the highest levels of security. This system can not be compromised by hackers or insiders. So you can donate money. If enough people donate enough money, it won’t be a problem.
2. SCRB Members have to be determined. Each member has to be sponsored by at least 25 perhaps as many as even 50 people. The exact number will change based on the amount of participation and level of activism within the system. Just as the number of voters changes in each election. If you do not want to be a SCRB member or are not competent enough to be one, you need to find someone who is competent and that you would want to represent your views. That’s one of the features that is good about this system. You get to choose anyone you want, not just who is on the ballot and there are no requirements other than being a Citizen. You are going to be represented and if you are not being represented than you can withdraw your affidavit of sponsorship and find someone else who will represent you. If an SCRB member doesn’t have the required number of sponsors, then they have to find some more people to sponsor them of they can’t be a member.
3. If you think you are competent to review Supreme Court decisions and want to be on the SCRB, to be a member you need to go out and find at least 25 people to sponsor you. The attached affidavit will need to be signed by the sponsor and either witnessed by two other Citizens or notarized by a Notary Public. Perhaps the organization as it grows can take over many activities now poorly or too expensively done by government, such as training and issuing Notary Public certifications and other things such as driver and professional certifications.