In response to a cause request that I felt was barking up the wrong tree - self explanatory i think ?
My friends - I am with you in spirit but I fear you are pouring precious energy down the wrong fork in the road. You are trying to fix something that can not be fixed. This path plays in to the Banksters hands. You need to understand - THE SYSTEM IS BROKEN by design (look up Bankers Manifesto) - it can not be fixed! Everything in the present broken system is orchestrated and controlled through international banksters/Elite including the political system that you are trying to change. You are slaves in this system no matter what you do! It is not a government - its a corporation!
Once you have read the following you will understand the real problem and why it can not be fixed and you will then know the solution: http://www.yourstrawman.com/Strawman.pdf http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBl3_fbgPSI
There is only one path forward and it means restarting from scratch… check out this speech and consider how some are going about fixing the problem…bottom of page… http://www.republicforcalifornia.org/ These links may help you also http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MVcdKvaarl0&NR=1 & http://www.republicforcalifornia.org/home/a-true-history.html There is no magic wand to fix the lunatic system that we were thrust in to by a birth certificate without our consent. This system is designed to benefit a few - We the People will need to do the work to rebuild de jure governance… let the crazies have the de facto system to themselves.
When it collapses as it certainly will under the weight of its own corruption then others will join the already awakened who have cast off their chains of slavery and re-educated themselves on our true history.
"We The People terminate the tyranny of financial slavery and unlawful presentment that binds us; and bestow the favors of republic freedom by way of lawful means and peaceful assembly, for all men and women under almighty God." Full documents here: http://www.republicforcalifornia.org/home/republic-for-california-founding-documents.html
In peace, love and in truth
A man from on the land of the Free Republic of California
One month and seven hours of intense stenciling later and it’s up! With a lot of support from old and new friends, I turned the side of an abandoned house in my neighborhood into a giant chalkboard where residents can write on the wall and remember what is important to them in life. Before I Die transforms neglected spaces into constructive ones where we can learn the hopes and aspirations of the people around us. It turns out this entire process (including official approval from many entities) has been a great lesson, experience, and project in itself – more on that later. If you’re in New Orleans, stop by the corner of Marigny and Burgundy (900 Marigny Street) to add your thoughts to the wall and see what matters most to your neighbors. It’s a question that has changed me in the last year, and I believe the design of our public spaces can better reflect what’s important to us as residents and as human beings. The responses and stories from passersby while we were installing it have already hit me hard in the heart. More installations to come. Huge thanks to Kristina Kassem, Alan Williams, Cory Klemmer, Anamaria Vizcaino, James Reeves, Alex Vialou, and Gary Hustwit for installation assistance and many others for support along the way! Concurrently installed in East/West Galleries.
Update Feb 26, 2011 – Wow. Check out the wall of responses after one day! Photo strip here.
Update March 6, 2011 - And after three days:
Once the wall is filled, we wash the board with water and start with a clean slate again. We are documenting all responses and some will be included in a book. A project site is in the works. I have received many requests from people who’d like to install it in their city, so we’re looking into ways to manufacture an affordable stencil (I made this one by hand. It is a lot of cutting). Stay tuned!
Update March 16, 2011 – This out-of-pocket project now has a pocket thanks to the Black Rock Arts Foundation! It will make a huge difference, thank you.