Oh, you lovely activists. Every one of you sings your part to re-orchestrate our world.
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Reverend Billy and the Stop Shopping Choir exorcise Monsanto from Home Depot and their new office in Chicago.
Both this documentary and the movement or whatever you want to call it that it depicts strive for laughs in a way that’s supposed to get you to think, but I don’t know that either is ever as successful as it could be, which I found slightly frustrating as I watched. 962 more words
Most of you know that I have been targeted by the New York police. It’s a dispiriting turn of events, but after traveling to Ferguson twice last fall, the second time with the Stop Shopping Choir, I shouldn’t be surprised at what’s happened. 265 more words
Get the behind me Andrew sodding Neil of the BBC, sing hallelujah my friends! Turn Trident into pretty Windmills, feeeed your brothers, feeeeed your sisters. Turn awaaaaay from devious mind control and UK Paedo parliaments, do NOT be afraid, do not fear luuurving your brothers and luurving your sisters ALL around this beautiful world! 46 more words
Reverend Billy gave his sermon and was arrested during the 18th hour of the #CarryTheNames Vigil at Grand Central Terminal on January 5, 2014. We gathered in the public space to bear witness with the names and stories of over 150 people killed or brutalized with impunity. 18 more words