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for your houston protest,
ron
you should do some trashpicking 'round universities.

scavenge, download some schematics
and spend some midnight oil teaching yourself how to semi build the things you need.
that's the best i could say. i won't suggest or condone stealing things here...could be counterproductive.


sheri: i agree on many things you said about protestors. many.
i still, however, intend to protest. i WON'T be showing up places to protest when i am told to by some JERK on the other end of a mailing list whom I don't even KNOW...but there are ways of protest...

you said: "The last thing that we need as a community here is to get the services of some of these professional protesters that don't march for peace, but instead entice the police and in turn draw out numerous ways of crowd control. I think its a good idea to spread ourselves out and not act collectively in protest any longer, but have these small, peaceful displays of educating the public and feeling that we are being heard in some way. I would like to see the journals from these small gathering that indicate whether there is added direct hits to us remotely by participating, since this seems to the future for us (small protests) and we need to know our enemy."

i think the next wave will be large protests -- but large protests that are not organzied, protests that are spontaneous. that's my prediction --

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We have more reason than most to be angry and incite a riot, so I don't blame you if you find some solace in that, I even called upon GreenPeace in 2004 when things were awful, but we as a community have so many strikes against us that we need to show some restraint I think. I don't know. Strike number one: money that it takes to travel to protests, lodging, food, missing work and family. Strike number two: the public sees us as mentally ill and there is no amount of sophistication that will remedy this at our protest. Strike number three: we could be coerced or lead astray by our own remotely influenced thinking or assaulted in some way from bystanders. Still, I applaud everyone who is going, and I wish I could attend too, still thinking about it, but probably not.
sheri was pretty nice. i have a different approach...no f asterisck u c k ing WAY i am taking any ORDERS that come out of a computer to organize.



PERIOD! people...why are we HERE? what are we protesting if not computer driven organization of our thoughts and actions? THAT'S IT and well, I am mad at no one here...because they are sneakily dumb -- those who oversee this psychotronic enslavement.


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recently i realised that i had been using jarring animation techniques that coupld possibly induce epileptic fits in the unwary. they are all over the 'net and have even been shared independent of my personal input -- they are there. i'll have to change my style. i lack access to a decent machine for animation now anyway...

but i have to keep it totally straight in my mind -- I am using COMPUTERS. THEY are not using ME -- even though we all know that such is what has been planned by secret government.

it could happen that i would wind up at a protesdt because something happened and people went out and protested spontaneously -- WITHOUT recieveing ":electronic orders". sheri -- YOU KNOW why i am calmly resistant to any idea of "electronic orders" --

anyone -- especially people in this group and the family of related groups (signals, friends around the world, mcactivism@yahoo) could be unconsciously setting themselves up to be zapped with the worst weapons -- like my allies from anti-racistaction -- younger kids but well meaning -- who got zapped with the high frequency sonic LRADS weapon just in october 2009...?

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I'M GONNA START A NEW THREAD
but the old sixties tactics have proven WOEFULLY, ABYSMALLY WITHOUT REAL EFFECT.


COINTELPRO was started precisely to neutralize that sort of protestor -- and to trick them into neutralzing THEMSELVES. Soleil is knowledgable about The COunter INTELligence PROgram...

think about having your intelligence countered, and then
think about that George W. Bush guy. I find the fact that people are forgetting his team and fousing on that Brown guy a REAL sign of behjavior manipulation and brainwashing.

SheriGrutz said:
We have more reason than most to be angry and incite a riot, so I don't blame you if you find some solace in that, I even called upon GreenPeace in 2004 when things were awful, but we as a community have so many strikes against us that we need to show some restraint I think. I don't know. Strike number one: money that it takes to travel to protests, lodging, food, missing work and family. Strike number two: the public sees us as mentally ill and there is no amount of sophistication that will remedy this at our protest. Strike number three: we could be coerced or lead astray by our own remotely influenced thinking or assaulted in some way from bystanders. Still, I applaud everyone who is going, and I wish I could attend too, still thinking about it, but probably not.

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