posted on Jul, 31 2011 @ 03:04 PM
That was very impressive. This kind of thing has been used for change recently. Look at the protests in all the other countries that started with
twitter, Facebook, and other social networking sites. Whose to say that this isn't just a test to see if they can get a group to do something
specific, so maybe that they can do this to organize a major protest here in the U.S.. If you could get a few different groups all to show up in D.C.
or another major city, each group thinks they are there for different reasons. The Goal is to get them all to the same location, use something along
this line, get all the different groups. Try to have one in every one thousand there for the specific purpose of the protest that you wish to take
place, and from there let the ball roll. It should do what you want, once you got them all in the single place, like say the Mall or Central Park.