• GRN tabling at Dominican University

    Hi Hannalore, nice speaking with you today.

    Just a memo of our discussion:

    I spoke with the office of the Univ president, they directed me to you who then offered the (student debate) event was not open to any candidates or parties. You did offer to perhaps let us table in September and suggested you might send an invite to all the parties.

    I suggested that the DU partnering with the CPD is creating a message that only two candidates are being shown to the students.

    You expressed that you understand our point of view but are unable to accommodate us this week.

    I asked if the campus is indeed a private campus and if the events are open to the public and you said it is a private campus and the events are for the students.

    I expressed how it is important that the students be informed that the CPD is only presenting two parties to them.

    Thank you for your time today.

  • RE: Are you with us?

    Dear Harry Reid people,

    I think it is more important that the House(s) have proportional representation.

    In Nevada for example, 1% of the seats in the Assembly should be Green Party.

    Both the democratic and republican party candidates are painfully influenced by big money/corporate/MIC interests.

    The democrats should learn from the greens and decouple from corporate money. It would free up the democrats to make better decisions as elected representatives. It would also legitimize the democratic party. It has serious legitimacy issues given the split over Bernie support and the "rigged" process for Hillary.


  • RE: Resisting the Mono-Culture

    Savitri D,

    If the government(s) were legitimate and functional they (the governments) would already be generating these maps.

    Or the vendors that spray would be required to generate the maps, by said functional government(s).

    If the people were present they would be occupying said functionless government(s) and refusing to allow the government(s) to be seated. They would refuse to allow the government(s) to remain seated.


  • GRNS propose constitutional change

    It seems there is a conflict of interest between freedom of association which enables parties and representative government. The parties are corrupted, essentially purchased by "mob" interests, MIC for example. Huge problem. GRNs propose proportional representation, it requires constitutional changes.

  • Boycott the GPCA until Mike Feinstein is removed from the CC (updates)

    Please join me in boycotting the GPCA until Michael Feinstein (Santa Monica) is removed from the CC for his six years of obstruction to the GRNs that I and countless others have directly observed as members of the CC and as Statewide candidates and as registered Greens. He should be removed for his constant obstruction to Laura Wells preventing her from being spokesperson. He should be removed for his and a minority of the CC's blocking of a legitimate US GRN presidential candidate: Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry from the GRN forum. He should be removed for his blocking without any legitimate basis my recent candidacy to the CC this election cycle based on his false assumption that I was not a GRN, despite my having been a statewide candidate for the GRN party in two states, first as GRN Governor candidate in Nevada 2010 and then as GRN Sec of State candidate in California 2014 where I obtained 3% of the vote. DC

Reset the narrative