Pre-G20 Message To TTS Members - Request
Good seeing you at the flick on Friday, I just wanted to pass along a list of flyers and my open-phone week policy on my radio show to TTS members, that way they can help poster and flyer before the protest and call-in during the week if they want to as well. I asked [redacted] to pass it along at first, I kind of feel bad for stiffing [redacted] and others when those two cute old-school Italian women stole me after the flick, they don't play around, plus that doesn't happen (to me) often enough. But, [redacted] reminded me that I wasn't allowed to email to the listserve and didn't want to step on any toes, so they suggested that I pass it along to the TTS executive.
Anyway, as you'd like, with just 5 days left before mayhem and tension in the air, I'm hoping a few truthers help clear it if they hear ways how.
CKLN 88.1 FM's "Rude Awakening" News Show - Open Phones Week - G20 and More (June 21st - 24th)
Open phone lines during the show, in-studio line: 416 - 595 - 1655 from 6 - 7 am Monday to Thursday
Call in to discuss whatever you want except no cursing is allowed, but the G20 will be a hot topic.
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Poster and Flyers To Stand For Something * Before * The G20 June 26 - 27th and Canada Day on July 1st, 2010
Public domain and open source posters and flyers in MS PowerPoint (All Files: HTTP - recommended for higher-resolution printing) and PDF format (in case of formatting issues). To help people stand for something * before * the G20 "protest" at what looks like half a concentration camp built through the heart of downtown Toronto on June 26 - 27th, and before Canada Day, July 1st, 2010.
Anyone can print the 8.5" x 11" pages in black and white for just 3-cents a copy many places in Toronto, while "cuts" to separate the 2, 3 and 4 per-page flyers can be done separately at Kinko's for $1 each. They can be used, adapted or shared anywhere. This is the most effective model from Epicurus and the ancient Greeks to the American Revolution in 1776 for sharing info.
Today, the super-rich families' tax-exempt foundation-funded (by "grants") idea of well-informed and compassionate people just getting together to yell and go home is wrong. We're just yelling at cops annoyed by trying to keep straight faces; at politicians inside who know how we feel, who can't hear us yelling, who don't care anyway, and who know when we're going to stop after inviting us.
For thousands of years, whenever a village was threatened, the people who heard what was happening would run and tell others in the village so they could deal with it too. If the "king" was sending his men to confiscate gold, they'd help each other by letting each other know they should hide a bunch first. It's the same thing today. Protests never plan to achieve anything and never do. So, here we are.
Since this is hitting the City and People of Toronto hard with fear of 10,000 cops, troops, spooks and "private contractors" (mercenaries), traffic and business disruptions, people out of work and a cost of $1 billion to the taxpayers after our governments said they were "broke" and raised TTC public transit fares, it might be time to expose this nonsense once and for all. This shouldn't be allowed to happen in a big city.
People who really want to do this stuff should go to a remote location, like in Montebello, Quebec in 2007 at the protest against the SPP.Gov / North American Union summit, where muscle-bound cops got caught with rocks and masks posing as skinny under-fed anarchists and dove behind a police line for protection. "Police provocateurs" and "false flag attacks" like "9/11" are related threats to this insanity to expose.
After all, they can't justify "$1 billion" for "security" unless they try to make us all look "crazy", right?
Would be better if nobody played their game and showed up to their stupid "Hollywood set" for the media?
Could people simply calmly, confidently and compassionately explain our issues to their neighbours so they know?
Should Canadian men age 25 - 45 feel they should help deal with "heavy stuff" on behalf of women, children and the elderly?
I guess we'll see, best of luck dealing with issues wherever you live! :-)
Finally, this understanding of the world can be new to some, so two CKLN radio interviews that explain most of it are included.
MP3 - http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.net/radio/Rude_Awakening_Black_Krishna_CKLN_FM.html
Transcript - http://www.cuttingthroughthematrix.com/transcripts/Alan_Watt_on_RudeAwakening_with_BlackKrishna_CKLN_FM_RyersonUniversity_Toronto_Oct022007.html
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