November 30, 2017
By Suzanne Maher
Thank you to Paulette Navarro and all at L.A. Skywatch for organizing this event.
This Saturday afternoon, L.A. Skywatch is sponsoring a:
PUBLIC INFORMATION EVENT TO PROTEST THE SANTA ROSA “WILDFIRES”
Saturday 12 Noon — 4 P.M., December 2, 2017
As you probably know, recently there were major fires in the Santa Rosa, California area that caused the the loss of life and the destruction of thousands of homes. What you may not know is that these fires have all the signs of not being standard wildfires, but rather of actually being caused by Directed Energy Weapons (DEW).
Does this sound insane? Who would do this? And if this was done by modern technology in service to “Agenda 21” (Google: “Santa Rosa Fires Agenda 21” to learn more); one good video is:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQy5CDDzhoc) by the same people who brought us HAARP and Chemtrails, then what can we do to keep this from happening again — to any of us in America?
In the exercise of our freedom of speech, L.A. Skywatch is conducting a “Public Information Event” (let’s leave the term “Protest Demonstration” to the Sixties) on:
Saturday afternoon, December 2, 2017 starting at 12 noon and lasting at least three hours, on the northeast corner of Fairfax and Third Street in Los Angeles (near Farmer’s Market).
Parking is available nearby — paid at the Farmer’s Market or free if you buy something at Whole Foods Market or Trader Joe’s across the street, please use your own discretion; we have also heard there is free unlimited parking on 6th Street between La Brea and Fairfax, please check signs.) If you can offer a ride or if you need a ride and cannot come by bus, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 310-836-0257.
Even if you can only come for half an hour, your participation will be greatly appreciated!
We will be holding up signs, passing out leaflets, and talking to passersby with the goal of raising public consciousness and concern about these events. We will have extra signs if you would like to hold one up, or you can bring your own as you wish (subject to our approval when you come, which should be no problem).
We need your help. The more conscientious citizens who attend this event and support a public dialogue about these disturbing fires, the greater is the chance all of us will have a positive future for ourselves, our families, and our fellow citizens — not to mention humanity worldwide.
Please attend. And if you have any questions, please contact us at this email address or call 310-836-0257.
We need your help! Thank you, thank you, thank you!