on twitter - she's quite a dynamo.
Anonymous was there, as well as a Wikileaks truck patrolling the vicinity. Oh - and lots of police.
website, which is really about coal...while veterans of the Tar Sands in Washington handed out fliers about the upcoming Moving Planet Rally on September 24.
It was refreshing that I was not the only person who wanted to have some fun while shaking a proverbial fist at the greedy, evil corporate plutocracy hell bent on destroying not only the economy but causing mass extinctions from coral to butterflies.ignominious expulsion from the Heartland Institute Conference last July.
I left reluctantly at dusk. Almost 300 hardy souls stayed the night, shivering no doubt in the wind. Someone had donated a mountain of peanut butter jars.
Today, I've been watching the live streaming video, which broadcast a prolonged debate first thing this morning, about whether to remove signs at the request of the mysterious entity known as "the property owner". At first I was appalled they would even consider capitulating to this pseudo-benevolence - wimps! - but then one young lady took the mike and said, think of the trees, the signs are tearing at the them - we can take them down, carefully, and hold them up with our hands.
Ack! Someone else...speaking for the trees. I shouted at my laptop screen, wishing fervently I were still there. Take care of the trees! They are dying from ozone pollution!
It's doubtful that much about this will be seen on US teevee, so here is a report from Russia Today.