Dance Against “Smart” Meters; Dance for Freedom

On April 13, 2008, Mary Brooke Oberwetter and a group of friends went to the Jefferson Memorial to commemorate the 265th birthday of Mr. Jefferson. But park police didn’t want them shaking it with Uncle T.J. They were arrested.  Fast forward to May 17, 2011, and the appeal of that case was decided in favor of the cops.  Last weekend, a flash mob made up of people from both the tea party and code pink came to the memorial and defied that, dancing until they, too, were arrested. Watch it here:

This weekend and continuing into the July 4 holiday, many more citizens will be participating in this act of civil disobedience, at monuments across the country. A Facebook page has been set up for the June 4 Jefferson danceoff if you’d like to join, and here is the Facebook for the rest of the world to join in.

Let`s Dance Around The World to say

“Yes” to the Truth

“Yes” to Organically Grown Wholesome Foods

“Yes” to Safe and Renewable forms of Energy

“Yes” to Safe Food, Water, and Air

“Yes” to Peace and Friendship

“Yes” to Safe means of communication

“Yes” to Freedom and Human Rights


“No” to the lies we have been fed

“No” to Genetically Modified Foods

“No” to Nuclear Radiation

“No” to Chemicals in our food, water, and air

“No” to Wars that line the pockets of the military-industrial complex

“No” to Cell Phone Towers Blanketing Our Planet

“No” to Modified Weather

“No” to the Control Apparatus

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One Response to Dance Against “Smart” Meters; Dance for Freedom

  1. Charla says:

    Adam Kokesh, the man who initiated the ‘dance’ protest at the Jefferson Memorial, admitted in an interview with Cliff Kincaid posted on that he works for the Russian government. That is why all the commentary I saw online of the event was with Russian TV commentators. freedom can be used for nefarious purposed.

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