It was quite the afternoon on Cuba Mall. The weather forecast was a bit iffy, but we ended up with a bright, sunny afternoon with enough of a breeze to put a bit of billow in our banner.
The unfortunately true equation
We also had our usual AE911Truth banner, and a long vertical banner that provoked quite a few conversations.
Our banner showing 9/11 and its evil spawn
There were seven of us out today, with our usual wide age span. Our conservative estimate of DVDs distributed today is 280. Our presence, with a larger group and more provocative signage may have elicited a greater than usual number of hostile reactions, or perhaps people are feeling edgier with the current political climate in New Zealand and overseas. That said, we also felt that we had some of the best conversations we have had during our actions. People do seem to relate the widespread wars of aggression in the Middle East with 9/11.
I personally had the greatest number of “Why are you doing this?” questions I’ve ever had. I stressed the importance of 9/11 as a gateway issue for many activists, including myself. The horrific and audacious nature of 9/11 was enough to get many of us out of our comfortable homes and into the streets with signs, DVDs and flyers.
We strive to develop a critical mass of people who are more politically aware in general, but who are specifically more attuned to the nature and power of false flag events. When the next 9/11 happens, we need enough people who will immediately recognise the signature of a false flag event, and will take action to prevent New Zealand from becoming embroiled in another Afghanistan or Iraq. We stress that it only takes a small number of people with this awareness, so long as they all stand up on their hind legs and fight back in whatever way is necessary. In this case, knowledge truly is power.
On the eve of the 11th anniversary of the 2001 invasion of Afghanistan, we were sadly the only peace activists on Cuba Mall.