As tension over the new trade agreement known as “Fast Track” grew due to a back door, or non-public involved, private meeting on new reform ideas for health, agriculture and privacy, it was clear that there were too many holes to sew.
The agreement of course will allow the United States Government to have full regulatory control over other countries agricultural, pharmaceutical, and privacy interests. The most hot debated economies include the Asia-Pacific section of the world still recovering from Fukushima, and the European area still fishing in their own legal pool of issues.
“We are truly here for a purpose outside of ourselves, we are attempting to heal the generations appauled now, and structure something better for those to come,” explained a mom planning to stroll her way through the entire march with her four year old daughter.
Although their backgrounds, strategy, and opinions may vary, they can all agree that the useless or “Trashy Pointless Politics” plan is yet another contamination to the people’s plate of distractions and is a poison to the entirety of global citizens. Upholding their right to assemble and their need to remove such greivances requires their direct action and political voice with no compromise or “loop-hole” bargaining.
The Beginning group accumulated around, although many protestors began assembling hours sooner, 6:00 on the concrete blocks surrounding the building, accompanied by Homeland Security and an unpleasant blow to the group.
The name of the protestor assaulted is remaining anonymous as well as the assailant
The individual received a couple blows to the face by his own device and a head butt carried on by the passer by. Another protestor covered his side, whom the assailant then decided would be a vallant attempt to attack as well, but was unsuccessful.
After police arrived and detained the assailant, an EMT member of the march aided hurt participant and they carried on with arranging the more light-hearted theatrical events to follow.
A series of songs written and performed by “The Raging Grannies” about the Trans Pacific Partnership conjourned smiles avast and a few designated speakers followed on the topic of unions and labor affected by the agreement.
Protestors were decked out with 25 plus hand made signs and vast amounts of flyers to hand out to public transporting themselves on parallel sidewalks and streets. Some had delegated on them “TPP making the Rich Richer”, “Tributing Political Poo”, “TPP does not equal Fair Trade”, and “Trading People for Profit.”
“Let me reiterate that 99% of our people and population are struggling and other governments are going to assume the United States government will not turn their back on them and forfitute the same fate for their people? Or is that the bigger plan. I support these voices marching down my form of broadway,” described passionately by a local store employee disrupted and moved enough to speculate the event.
Members riling up drivers on the streets and buses going by with chants such as “No more TPP tyranny”, “Whose streets, Our Streets”, “Flush the TPP”, No more TPP, put an end to corporate greed.”
A citizen walking past stopped for a moment to get out his phone and record the scene who later explained why protesters sparked his awe. “It’s incredible so many prevelate this idea that our vote cannot be one by our voice, but our handwriting. I would quicker sign a statement on justice with a fist and a scream than a dot on an I.”
Once arrived, “Food Not Bombs”, a series of individuals in the SF area dedicated to relieveing hunger and feeding anyone in need at 16th and mission, offered a pre cooked meal for all members of Pasta and “Coffee not Cops.”
This allowed a refueling across the mass and carried on to a series of two different projects. A series of speakers continuing on human and environmental rights that will be blemished if this act is passed, as well as an open invite to attend a “Non-Violent Direct Action” seminar here in the SF area.
Illuminate Project, a series of participants who put together a series of slides to project on buildings for citizens driving or passing by on the streets found its mark on the Hubart Building directly above the Fidelity Building with crisp clear statements and imagery. “We need to illuminate the truth, so we do it with half the resources and shove a screw up the asses involved in the oppression,” stated an anonymous reporter who has attended many illumination projects across California.
After all was said and done around 9:00, members respectively attended the clean up of the site, removal of the signs by van and participants slowly disbursed with a sense of accomplishment. Moving one game board closer to the 99% winning this Monopoly junction. “Our work has just started, you will be seeing our numbers increase so much that events can coordinate with little to no planning, because the people’s power is limitless.”