(Only just now got this.)
From Cat McGuire:
Hey all you New Yorkers, come to Union Square today from 4:00 on to hang out, hear speakers and perhaps even voice dissent yourself.
I went to Union Square for it yesterday and it was really great. I was able to speak on the open mic for about 20 minutes uninterrupted with people really interested to hear what I had to say.
That was sooooo different from the other day when I encountered a half a dozen people who just kept shouting me down and would not hear me out on anything at all. It greatly demoralized me. Yesterday did the opposite.
I came away from the event charged up after engaging with a live audience of people interested in hearing another POV in this sea of mind control. Granted there were hecklers and more disbelievers than believers, but it was real and not controlled. Anyone could talk as long as they wanted to about whatever they wanted to with the opportunity for authentic voices to be heard.
There was not a huge crowd, but that to me was not important. It wasn’t like it was a march. It was not highly organized and at first I was disappointed that anyone who wanted to talk was allowed. But I realized that was the beauty of it. It wasn’t partisan and people clearly appreciated that. It came off as fair and honest.
I came away very happy to be a part of it, and appreciated being able to circulate among the crowd and talk to people about issues. So I’m coming back again today because I felt like I was actually accomplishing something real by speaking live, in-person, outside of the machines to a non-choir audience.
I encourage you to come and check it out. Tell your friends to stop by. It was fun!