Joined: 18 Jan 2007 Posts: 5918 Location: New Zealand
Posted: Thu Sep 11, 2008 5:14 pm Post subject:
winston smith wrote:
Check out the March
The first video at Montreal 911 Truth has about 10 or 12 parts,more being added. A bit of french, a nice touch to hear the truth bellowed in bi-lingual Montreal. This issue brings the french and english speaking people of Quebec together after being long divided by their handlers. The March on Ottawa page has the voyage of Vancouver 911 truth members going crosscountry, great job people.
25 - 30 committed activists distributed 900 DVDs and hundreds of flyers in 11 hours of actions. Finished the day with some excellent Freeway blogging on 3 of the cities main exit routes. Video and photos to come.
Posted: Fri Sep 12, 2008 4:50 am Post subject: san jose, CA - near san jose city college
I did a street action with my google wtc-7 banner facing traffic.. pretty cool experience, alot of people were interested in what i was doing so hopefully atleast one person googles wtc-7. I handed out alex jone's film called truth rising that i bought on infowars.com, i gave out glossy information flyers that explained what wtc-7 was, i also went around local grocery and drug stores and asked people to donate to first responders, i only came up with 10 dollars but thats because i was kicked out within 15 minutes at both places. I will triple the amount i received from the donators to the fealgood foundation.
i had a little girl help me prop up the sign as it was windy and the banner acted as a sail , i took the pics.. she was real cool yelling "hey look at this banner!" it was really cool.
heres my donation sign, support the 9/11 heros!!!!
More than a thousand flyers distributed, DvDs to those who we thought were interested in the subject (we have a very low budget), and a great action this day. Yesterday was the Catalan day, so there were TONS of ppl in the streets. We even managed to sneak into a politicitans meeting and show our sign in there. Surprisingly, people started asking me for flyers while I was in the crowd.
Spoke also with the police, very polite. Everyone good job and keep doing it!
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