Tim DeChristopher–Big Brother is watching. So are we.

While I’m not quite up to snuff yet in regard to my blogcasa, recent developments regarding Bidder 70 demand a posting because the one thing Big Brother wishes for is Silence and Acceptance of the “way things are and have been” in order to maintain the same for the future no matter how unsustainable that truly is.

Bidder70 website http://www.bidder70.org/

If you are in the dark regarding how the American judicial system is a tool of those willing to destroy the Earth for personal wealth and power then it’s time to learn what Tim DeChristopher aka Bidder 70 did and why he went to prison. Keywords: illegal, auction, land, gas, oil, leases, Utah, felony, protest.

According to Peaceful Uprising site information, DeChristopher is now in a halfway house in Utah where he remains a federal inmate.  But it’s just a matter of time before Tim DeChristopher rushes the field again.  Have no doubt that Big Brother will be keeping a very close watch on Mr. DeChristopher.  I suggest we all keep a close eye on Bidder 70–and make sure Big Brother knows we are watching Big Brother right back.

Peaceful Uprising resources http://www.peacefuluprising.org/

Not inclined to surf the links? Okay-here’s the easy read: Tim DeChristopher committed the godawful crime of participating in an illegal auction of public lands in order to prevent said lands from being illegally purchased by oil and gas companies. The US Government has acknowledged that the land auction was illegal but no one else other than DeChristopher has been charged or convicted of any wrong doing. Only the man creatively protesting the illegal auction was charged, convicted and sent to prison. Apparently Big Brother just wanted DeChristopher to shut up. Bidder 70 did not shut up. So they sent him to the pokey.

Are we having fun yet?

 

7 Comments

  1. November 4, 2012 at 5:57 pm

    They are right…it’s time to rush the field.

  2. Roxie said,

    November 3, 2012 at 3:10 pm

    excellent! we are watching…turning the camera’s eye 🙂

  3. November 1, 2012 at 11:35 pm

    I remember that story. I’m humbled by people who risk so much for the rest of us.


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