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New York, NY
Announcing a new Meetup for Greater NYC Campaign for Liberty!
What: National Call Walmart Day! Say NO to Big Brother/Big Sis!
When: Friday, December 24, 2010 11:00 AM
Where: Your Phone
Your Lunch Break
New York, NY
Between now and Dec. 24, Christmas Eve Day, we are asking everyone to call and email corporate and local Walmart offices to politely DEMAND that they take down the Orwellian anti-freedom Video Screens of Homeland Gestapo Chief Janet Napolitano.
Americans cherish freedom and do not want a 1984 Society where Big Brother or Big Sister telling us in Walmart checkout lines to spy on our fellow Americans. This is not the USSR!
Our government continues to put us into fear of terrorism by making us question our independent thought and personal beliefs.
You can contact Walmart at their Website: walmart.com or contact your local Walmart.
Braver souls can go to their Walmarts, fill up their carts and if Janet Napolitano is playing in the check out line can refuse to check out until their videos are turned off.
This event is proudly sponsored by The Liberty Coalition:
It is ALSO: National Act Suspicious at Wal-Mart Day
12pm to 10pm - be sure to bring a video camera
Location Every Wal-Mart Location
The idea here is to make this as fun as possible, while getting our point across all across the nation. This will be our yearly FU to big brother and the corporatists.
Remember to have fun and be very suspicious. Use your imagination. Wear a turban with sunglasses, or chase folks around like a ghost while wearing a burka. Pull out your halloween costumes again, or you can dress up in camo and face paints as you shop for air rifles, squirt guns, super soakers, compost and/or organic foods. Get creative, one possibility of disruption for example, can be:
Operation: Suspicious Shoppers
1) Go to Wal-Mart with several friends
2) Each person grabs a shopping cart and heads to a randomly designated part of the store.
3) Leave cart in aisle (blocking traffic with several carts at each end). Put a few items in the carts to confuse employees as to whether they are merely unattended and should no...t be touched.
4) Repeat until you are asked to leave.
Don't scare kids
Don't be a douche
Have fun with this
Shane Brooks, Tiffany Ann Marler U
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