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Posted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 3:41 am Post subject:
The street action by Minnesota We are Change in downtown in Minneapolis
January 11 continued to spread the message of truth. It was 15 degrees
Fahrenheit and it felt colder than that. Something about tall buildings
always seems to attract real cold forces somehow.
Despite the weather, lots of DVD disks and flyers were given away. Some short but good conversations with passers by occurred. There was too much to talk about and not enough time. This was the first time I haven’t seen any definite 911 truth haters.
I’m sure that we made an impact on those people who were downtown Sunday. It was a great privilege to participate and very satisfying. Also, because of the weather, I remembered how much I appreciate the Canadian truth advocates.
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Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2009 8:51 pm Post subject: London
Trafalgar Square. 1 PA System. 800 dvds. 800 flyers. 9 new people. 20 people total.
After the street action some of us went to listen to an Ex-Guantanamo Bay guard and two former detainees speak at Friends Meeting House addressing an audience of nearly 500 people.
Christopher Arendt, the first guard to speak publicly, discussed his experiences in Guantanamo and how he left the army and joined Iraq Veterans Against the War.
He was joined by former detainees Jaralla Al-Marri and Moazzam Begg. Al-Marri just six months ago was shackled and caged in Guantanamo Bay and his brother remains the only “enemy combatant” imprisoned in the USA.
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