IMPORTANT NOTE: The videos on this website are meant to break current patterns of thinking among residents of NYC that are currently placing us, future generations and our Mother Earth in harms way. And in essence enslaving us. We do not necessarily endorse the personal views of any of the people in these videos, nor do we agree with 100% of what everyone says in these videos and articles. We have compiled these videos, again, to stimulate critical thinking and curiosity and most of all to get people to start DISCERNING FOR THEMSELVES truth from fiction, to wake up from the lies of mainstream media, our so-called elected leaders, our dominate corporate and religious institutions and our controlled education system that have been designed and organized to keep the population in the dark about critical human rights abuses and our enslavement. And to do OUR OWN RESEARCH & HOMEWORK. With the goal of getting people ACTIVE & ENGAGED in the movement for truth, peace, justice and consciousness-raising to ensure the safety of current and future generations of NYC residents. To make people realize that WE are the ones that must step up to the plate NOW and take responsibility for whats happening around us.
We as New Yorker must start GETTING INFORMED and GETTING THE WORD OUT ASAP about the topics below…. Please hit the streets and parks and do this! LOOK AT ANY OF THESE URL’s THAT PEAK YOUR CURIOSITY (hopefully all of them!)… ALL ARE VERY IMMEDIATE AND RELEVANT TO CURRENT EVENTS! Go to our FACEBOOK PAGE (OWSUnionSquare) LIKE/SHARE!
Actor / activist Danny Glover addresses Occupy Oakland in October 2011 -
Deceased filmmaker and 9/11 truth activist Aaron Russo Talks about Global Elite Agenda for Total Control of World Population
Note: Although he uses the word “socialist” in a way that implies a fascist dictatorial government and a system that limits our personal freedom…. instead of the true meaning of the word which is: an economic and social system designed to benefit people and society as a whole i.e.- non-coercive communities of people working non-competitively for the spiritual and physical well-being of all, he’s still commended for his filmmaking and for whistleblowing about his encounters with these “elites” & & for his CALL FOR ACTION by common people everywhere! Jump to 20:19 where Aaron talks about the ultimate goal of the Rockefeller Rothschild Bush international banking cartels and their phony “War on Terror”
Current news (3/19/14) of the geo-political negotiations taking place by global elites and their agents – MUST HEAR
Current news (3/23/14) of the Common Law criminal proceedings in Brussels Belgium against the Catholic Church and the Church of England for sexual abuse and trafficking of children and ritual killings (International Tribunal for Crimes of Church & State)
Rise Like Lions – Excellent documentary about Occupy Wall Street which hopefully inspires people to TAKE POSITIVE ACTION! – MORE MUST SEE DOCUMENTARIES HERE: http://tinyurl.com/MustSeeDocs
Fight The New World Order with Global Non Compliance (Full Version)
Why society is in the situation we’re in right now, and how we can start moving forward to solve problems and spread the truth – 2 HRS LONG – MUST SEE!
Former Defense Minister of Canada talking about ET and UFO cover-up by governments worldwide
Psy-War – Great Documentary about our state-sponsored mainstream news outlets and the way that they cover-up crime and manipulate public opinion – don’t blame the TV – BECOME THE TV!
CIA Whistleblower / Anti-war activist Susan Lindauer speaking about lies and pre-knowledge of 9/11 inside government
Dr. Judy Wood scientist talks about the way that WTC towers 1 & 2 came down. They instantly turned to dust! Strange anomalies that indicate that some never-before-seen high-tech directed-energy weapon was used to destroy the towers.
What Really happened on 9/11? – William Rodriguez – janitor of WTC who miraculously came late to work that day, listen to his extremely eye-opening accounts of what happened that day – MUST SEE!
Dr. Judy Wood – Talks about 9/11 disaster, WTC turning to dust, empirical evidence, “group think” & our mainstream media
Michael Tellinger Talks about advanced technologies of ancient civilizations, human orgins and the orgins of money and banking – ANOTHER MUST SEE!
June 12, 1982 – One Million People In Central Park… WE CAN DO THIS AGAIN!
Bombs Will Make The Rainbow Break – Young people expressing their serious concerns about the Nuclear industry and trying to raise awareness and organizing against it – MUST SEE! Why should children have to even worry about this What kind of society allows this and why do NYC residents allow this??? More info about this movement HERE: http://tinyurl.com/CloseIPNow Act now before it is too late!
Crimes committed against the people of the world & the suspects behind them (Adobe PDF document identifying primary suspects):
Appeal to Law Enforcement Officers Everywhere
Police State – Where are the REAL oath keepers?!?
Regarding below links, in the address bar of any web browser, type in ‘www.TINYURL.COM
and then fill in 2nd part (after the slash) with:
**** 911WakeUp Please support NYC firefighters, first responders & family members and call for a REAL 9-11 INVESTIGATION NOW! Expose the media / government COVER-UP! 12 years is enough! OUT OF RESPECT TO 9-11 VICTIMS, FAMILIES, FIRST RESPONDERS & SUBSEQUENT WAR CAUSALITIES … ARREST THE REAL CRIMINALS ON WALL ST. & IN GOVERNMENT! Prevent future 9-11 false-flage terror events from occuring! ***
Law To Protect Peaceful Protesters -
Shouldn’t really need to write this up, but given the fact that our First Amendment Constitutional rights are being threatened, it makes sense to have a law like this:
False Flags / Obama Lying to the American Public – Criminal Fraud – War Crimes – Grounds for Impeachment / Fukushima Disaster / HAARP / JFK / Sandy Hook / Boston Bombing / Department of Homeland Security’s Strange Purchases / REAL Solutions to Problems
How To Stop The Empire While Still Keeping Your Day Job (Comedy Skit) – by Dan Kinch
The Banker – Music Video
We found this interview on Youtube… nice to hear that some people in entertainment industry are actually more informed than most, still balanced, courageous and speaking out!
Documentary explaining the current power structure that controls the world
Since these elected lawmakers seem to care more about helping rogue nations, and doing the bidding of their corporate paymasters, maybe WE should just take over the Congress and start IMPLEMENTING OUR OWN LAWS that will protect and empower REAL PEOPLE and not large multi-national corporations and corrupt governments.
The PEOPLE OF THE USA MUST START LEADING, and then our elected “leaders” must follow!
CHECK OUT THE FOLLOWING WEB SITES for ideas!
Sgt. Shamar Thomas (from 1 Marine vs. 30 Cops fame) along with other OWS protesters Detain Sen. Carl Levin Over NDAA. Hilarious!
I Am An INC. Today
Ralph Nader says Occupy Congress
Philly Police Captain Ray Lewis Interview at Occupy Congress J17
THE CORPORATION – A Legal “Person”
THE CORPORATION – The Pathology of Commerce
:: Corporation : Clinical Diagnosis (PCLR) ::
Popular Resistance Newsletter – Announcing Creative Resistance!
March 5th, 2014
Above: OWS Puppets protest the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
The Joy and Resolve of a Movement Built on Creative Resistance
Beginning with the iconic image of the ballerina on top of the Wall Street Bull, art has been central to occupy and was an important reason for its powerful impact.
Art adds vitality and energy to advocacy; and it reaches people at deeper emotional levels and in their hearts conveying what cannot be said with mere facts.
We had been covering art as part of our reporting on the movement at Popular Resistance, but it wasn’t enough. There has been so much artistic activism that we decided it needed to be highlighted with its own website, Creative Resistance.org. It is a place where community members, activists and activist artists can connect and inspire each other. We encourage everyone to find ways that art can be incorporated into your actions and into the work in your community.
Art Builds Commitment, Community and Movement
One goal of public protest is to pull people to the movement in order to grow into a mass movement that cannot be ignored. Activist art turns a protest into a spectacle, from a turn-off to a turn-on, from an event ignored to one that is widely reported. The protest becomes art itself. If done well and with intention, it will draw people to the movement.
For example, before a protest or other event, a community art build can be organized where people involved in advocacy create art together; and where families, community members, professional colleagues and others are invited to co-create. This process builds stronger connections within the community, deepens the understanding of the issue and provides a way for individuals to express their personal relationship to the issue.
As Tatiana Makovkin, an organizer with Creative Resistance, wrote recently: “Art is good for our communities, and artistic collaboration is a bonding experience. We make art together, not just because of the changes it can bring to the world around us, but because of the way it changes us internally.”
Source: Bee Hive Collective listens, then draws the narrative, http://www.creativeresistance.org/beehive-design-collective/
Another group that uses the creation of art as a catalyst for change is the Bee Hive Collective. This Maine-based group tells stories through incredible graphics. They are done in a sophisticated cartoon-like style in order to make them accessible and engaging. The stories are based on concerns that communities have about their lives and the environment. They have gone to the coal fields of Appalachia, refugee camps in Latin America and partnered with other communities whose voices need to be amplified, whose stories need to be heard and whose struggle for social and environmental justice needs to be told.
Sometimes art lifts a protest to what Bill Moyer of the Backbone Campaign calls a “spectacle action.” We’ve been involved in protests against the Trans-Pacific Partnership with Moyer and each was a spectacle action. In a recent TPP protest we draped four massive banners on the building of the US Trade Representative, across from the White House complex. The action, which the Washington Post called the greatest guerrilla theater in DC history, created images used by media all over the world and showed people who are opposed to the TPP in other countries that there is opposition in the US too.
Tar Sands Blockade in Winnsboro, TX. Fromhttp://www.popularresistance.org/saturday-sept-21-draw-a-line-against-tar-sands/
In a protest in Salt Lake City as TPP negotiators were inside a hotel conducting secret negotiations, theBackbone Campaign and other groupsflew massive weather balloons holding a banner outside their conference window saying “Psst TPP. What are you hiding?” The banner used humor to mock their secret negotiations and raise the issue of why they were hiding from all of us who will be impacted by the deals they make behind closed doors.
These spectacle protests also sent a message to our adversaries that we are a force to be reckoned with because we were willing to take risks and were clear in our denunciation of their unpopular, anti-democratic actions. They were put on notice – proceed and you should expect resistance.
That same type of message has been sent all up and down the Keystone XL pipeline that will bring toxic tar sands sludge from Canada through the farm belt of America, over precious fresh water sources and to the Gulf of Mexico to be processed for transport overseas. When the Tar Sands Blockaders began in the southern portion of the pipeline, they put up massive banners in the trees where activists were doing tree sits. The message on the banner: You Shall Not Pass was a clear threat of resistance.
In the South and in the northern part of the pipeline where Obama has not yet approved construction, indigenous peoples, landowners, ranchers and farmers have joined people concerned about climate change and ecological destruction to protest in creative ways like putting up a solar energy producing barn where the pipeline is planned to go. TransCanada is so afraid of this resistance they are urging police to treat protesters as terrorists, including an absurd glitter terror case in Oklahoma.
Backbone Campaign puppets fromhttp://www.creativeresistance.org/backbone-campaign/
The use of art in resistance can make protests less frightening and something people want to attend and join. Protest signs that advertise an event or are used at the event draw attention and spread our message, as do the massive puppets seen at many protests produced by groups like People’s Puppets, Bread and Puppet Theater, the Backbone Campaign and others. As these puppets march through neighborhoods accompanied by singing and chanting, people are drawn to them and some end up participating. Street theater is another way to attract people. Rev. Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir is one example of many groups who perform.
A book which shows the breadth of creativity in activism is Beautiful Trouble. It compiles hundreds of examples of creative resistance. The authors write, “The realization is rippling through the ranks that, if deployed thoughtfully, our pranks, stunts, flash mobs and encampments can bring about real shifts in the balance of power. In short, large numbers of people have seen that creative action gets the goods — and have begun to act accordingly. Art, it turns out, really does enrich activism, making it more compelling and sustainable”
Reaching People Beyond Their Heads
To be effective in our advocacy it is not enough to provide facts, figures and graphs and reach people in their heads. Studies have shown that facts that contradict someone’s belief are often ignored and even have the opposite effect of strengthening people’s preconceived notions. In order to change people, we have to reach them at a deeper, more emotional level.
Source: Center for Artistic Activism Training,http://www.creativeresistance.org/center-for-artistic-activism-new-york-ny/
The Center for Artistic Activism describes their rationale for the use of creative resistance writing:
Throughout history, the most effective political actors have married the arts with campaigns for social change. While Martin Luther King Jr is now largely remembered for his example of moral courage, social movement historian Doug McAdam’s estimation of King’s “genius for strategic dramaturgy,” likely better explains the success of his campaigns.
Dramaturgy means the art or technique of dramatic composition and theatrical representation. One of the co-founders of the Center for Artistic Activism, Stephen Duncombe, describes the story of how King used drama when the civil rights movement selected Birmingham, AL as the place for protest by creating a confrontation with Police Chief Bull Connor. Connor had been an abusive police chief in Birmingham for 23 years and in 1961 had abused the Freedom Riders. Connor tried running for mayor, but lost the election. The day Connor lost the election, King’s group announced Project C (for confrontation) challenging the racist police practices of Connor. The goal was mass arrests and confrontation that would overwhelm the police and penal system. King’s arrest led to his Letter from a Birmingham Jail.
On May 2, 1963, King’s group used a new tactic in Birmingham by having children march through the streets, resulting in 959 children aged 6 to 18 being arrested. The next day large numbers of protesters came out and Connor turned the dogs and fire hoses on them. This went on for several days and produced images that created anger at Connor and support for the civil rights activists. Three thousand protesters were arrested over a five day period. The impact on the reputation and economy was extremely negative causing a majority of businesses to reach agreement with King to desegregate lunch counters, rest rooms and drinking fountains on May 10. The businesses also helped to get the protesters released and created systems for black-white communication. On May 11, Connor was ordered to leave his office.
King had picked the stage, the antagonist and protagonists. The narrative was predictable because they knew how Connor would react and the civil rights activists had been trained to respond appropriately. Through dramaturgy, King had created a dramatic composition that was vivid, emotional and engaged the American people – based on the truth – to tell the story of racism in Birmingham and advance the cause of civil rights by reaching people beyond their minds, deep into their emotions.
Think of the iconic photos of African Americans being attacked by dogs and having the fire hoses turned on them; and of children being arrested. These iconic images are still carried with many Americans because they reached deep down into people. Sometimes when the stage is set and the narrative is being told, the iconic image, unimagined before it happens, is created and advances a movement.
Another path into the emotions of people is humor. The Yes Men are one of the groups that have used humor to make a point. The Yes Men describe their workas “Impersonating big-time criminals in order to publicly humiliate them, and otherwise giving journalists excuses to cover important issues.” And, they have mocked some of the biggest corporate criminals on the planet. Their method is to put these corporations in an uncomfortable position, forcing them to respond to hoax news that ‘reports’ the corporation is going to do something good. The corporation then responds – ‘no we’re not going to do something good.’
The Yes Men are now working to share their experience and broaden the talent of hoax humor activism with the Yes Lab. Their goal is to help activists carry out media-getting creative actions through a series of brainstorms and trainings. They call their tactic that creates a public spectacle to spark public debate “laughtivism” as they recognize that humor opens people’s minds.
Another powerful artistic tool is music. It draws people in and can open the door to a movement message. From hip-hop to folk music to rock and roll, there is musical activism. And it is also a tool for creating solidarity and confidence when activists face difficult situations.
Creativity sustains movements
The struggle for social justice is a long-term endeavor that goes through periods of ups and downs. Artful activism in resistance movements can provide new energy and make the goals feel more tangible. Art allows us to imagine the future and sense the world differently.
From Bansky Wall Art http://www.creativeresistance.org/gallery-banksys-iconic-street-art/
Art does not have to be expensive. It can be as simple as a can of spray paint for graffiti. The artist Bansky has brought street art to a new level, but at its root it is simple and accessible. Another group that takes graffiti to a new direction is theCalifornia Department of Corrections, which ‘corrects’ billboards to put forward a social and economic justice message by adding their comments or changing a few words on the billboard.
Bread and Puppet Theater describes the birth of the “Cheap Art Philosophy … born in 1979 when [they] filled their old school bus with hundreds of small pictures painted on scraps of masonite, cardboard and newspaper, painted slogans and statements about art and Cheap Art, and hung them on the outside of the bus. Then they drove it to neighboring towns and sold the stuff for 10 cents to 10 dollars.” They report the idea has spread:
“Today Cheap Art is practiced by all kinds of artists and puppeteers all over, and continues to cry out: Art is Not Business! Art Is Food! Art Soothes Pain! Art Wakes Up Sleepers! Art Is Cheap! Hurrah!”
Isn’t this the sharing world want we need to see? Imagine art builds in every town bringing communities together and deepening commitment, massive puppets and balloons carrying the message of justice in parades and protests across the country, entertaining and educating theatrics in the streets, music reaching the uninvolved and strengthening the resolve of the already active. People sharing and participating together in building a movement of creative resistance whose foundations are joy and resolve spurs us to re-imagine and create the world we want to see.
Note: Next week there will be no newsletter.
From: Create a Peace Economy, http://www.creativeresistance.org/create-a-peace-economy/
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