The Objective: To bring local awareness to the corporation Monsanto’s control and involvement with the toxins in our food and water supplies and the ties they have in the government. We must start acting locally and thinking globally to bring down this tyrant of the food industry. We are in worldwide solidarity with the Millions Against Monsanto (www.MillionsAgainstMonsanto.org) and several other groups, organizations, foundations, and individuals who feel that something must be done to stop the evil practices of the Monsanto Corporation.
“Corporations are Not People and Money Is not free speech”
The Goal: To unite local communities, as consumers, voters and organizers to continue the push to remove Monsanto and other Corrupt Corporations from our government. Along with other campaigns all over the globe to create a world governed for, of, and by the people, not the corporations. One tactic is to strategize and take action utilizing the power of the Boycott to send a strong message we will not do business with Corrupt Corporations. We are urging for monthly and biweekly protests; Workshops, teach-ins, film showings; Canvassing, flyering, training organizers, and recruiting more people to the peaceful fight.
audio/notes: http://ur1.ca/8q073 On Thursday nights, Media Monarchy joins Corbett Report Radio live on Republic Broadcasting to go over all the latest stories from the world of food, environment and health. This week’s menu features Cancer Cola, Hunger Games and more…
audio/notes: http://ur1.ca/8m5bl On Thursday nights, Media Monarchy joins Corbett Report Radio live on Republic Broadcasting to go over all the latest stories from the world of food, environment and health. This week’s menu features Monsanto, the Lorax, bird flu and more…
I think the most exciting thing is real civic engagement and civic participation. And I think the tools of technology are going to aid and advance those voices in a dramatic way, and scale them. I think it’s the most dynamic and extraordinary thing that will happen in our lifetime…and it’s happening NOW.
And we saw that amplified, obviously, in the Middle East. But I think increasingly you’re going to see that not just with dictatorships overseas, but in terms of the limited engagement that exists here in America. I think people are going to have to wake up that it’s a new day and a new dawn, and technology is going to create a framework where you can’t hide, and you can’t run. And you’d better engage and listen and procure a framework of solution or you’re not going to be around a lot in terms of, you know, political life.
So I think that’s the most extraordinary thing that is happening.
First ‘Pro-Occupy/99%’ candidates officially announce campaigns for Sacramento County Board of Supervisors
SACRAMENTO — Occupy Sacramento attorney Jeff Kravitz and high school government teacher Gary Blenner officially announced Wednesday that they are running for Sacramento County Board of Supervisors — as the first “pro-Occupy/99%” candidates in the area, and possibly the state of California.
Kravitz, who is a volunteer attorney for Occupy activists arrested at Cesar Chavez Park, is a civil rights lawyer and former constitutional law professor. He is running in District 3.
Blenner is a government teacher at Rio Americano High School, and a former school board member in the Center Unified School District. He is running in District 4.
Both said they will be running “for the 99%,” not corporations, promising to hold a series of “99% community forums” over the next few months to find out what the 99% want them to do if they are elected.
In a joint statement released Wednesday, they said:
“The 99 percent are under-represented in Sacramento. The 1 percent, corporations and the wealthy, are over-represented. We are going to ask the people — the 99 percenters — in our districts what they want. We will hold a series of 99 percent town halls to listen to the people, the 99 percent who are working men and women often ignored and exploited by the very politicians they elect.
“We will not support cuts in our county that harm those already under-represented and who need the safety net that has been shredded in recent years. We will not support cuts in our county that hurt those in need, whether they be the homeless, taxpayers caught in a bind or others, such as the sick and elderly, who must rely upon county funded services.
“We will not support a sell-off of public property to pay for millionaire and billionaire arenas.”
audio/notes: http://ur1.ca/8ifvg On Thursday nights, Media Monarchy joins Corbett Report Radio live on Republic Broadcasting to go over all the latest stories from the world of food, environment and health. This week’s menu features nukes, books, Syrian seeds and more…
While there’s no new Peace Revolution episode this week, Rich and Brett Veinotte recorded on Saturday and Sunday for the School Sucks podcast (to be published in a few days); and additionally, we began pre-production on History… So It Doesn’t Repeat.
Thanks to all who have contributed thus far to make the History project into an objective reality, your generosity and activism thus far indicate that we are not alone in seeing the value of innovating and outgrowing the status quo, through many individuals uniting to take constructive and meaningful action. We are sincerely grateful for your support, and we’re working hard to meet and exceed your expectations!
After marching to the California state capitol, Bank of America, and Wells Fargo, Bay Area Moratorium and Occupy Sacramento deliver ten packets documenting illegal foreclosures to the California Attorney General.
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