Hawaii Five-Om Mind centeredWithin heart's glowing spaceChanting the panchakshara mantraIn the fourth dimension Craig Louis Stehr11.XII.'19Email: craiglouisstehr@gmail.comPaypal.me/craiglouisstehr

On the 3ed of December, Park Police barricaded Beach Drive and a location on Oregon Ave giving access to the opposite side of the woods W of Beach Drive, and had initially barricaded several other locations. It appears that they were shooting deer between Beach Drive and Oregon Ave, as their deployment matched previous deer killing sessions.

Video-Chile protest unites with the coup protest as an Indigenous speaker speaks 2 min 33 sec

On the 16th of November, the ANSWER Coalition held a protest against the US supported "soft coup" in Bolivia. A smaller group of possibly wealthy and mostly non-Indigenous Bolivians counterprotested. The right wingers claimed there was no coup, but speakers at the rally reported Evo Morales resigned in the face of "guns to his head" from the military, a week after sabotage nearly brought down his helicopter.

On the 13th of November, the DC Bike Party took to the streets on an only slightly above-freezing night. The DC Bike Party rides the 2nd Wed of every month from April through December, so there will be one more ride this year.

Video-start of the Nov DC Bike Party 1 min 35 sec

Video: what's wrong with this exhibit, and security guards trying to prevent the banners from being shown 3 min 29 sec

On Veteran's Day (Nov 11), Code Pink protested at the Kennedy Center against an exhibit "artwashing" the Iraq War. The Boeing-sponsored exhibit is of GW Bush's own paintings of the very veterans whom he sent to war and who came back wounded. Bush sent them to fight for lies about nonexistant WMD and nonexistant Saddam-al Quaeda ties.

Video-protesters blow whistles, make GOP members run the gauntlet 2 min 58 sec

On the 7th of November, the GOP held a strategy retreat at Trump Hotel to discuss their response to the impeachment proceedings against Trump. Outside, protesters banged drums and blew horns and whistles. GOP members often had to run a gauntlet of protesters to get inside.

Three members of Beyond Extreme Energy (BXE) disrupted the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee hearing for James Danly, who was nominated by President Trump to be the third Republican commissioner at FERC, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission. Two BXE members unfurled a banner reading “Reject Danly” and yelled "FERC: No more fossil lovers! Wind and solar now!" before being removed from the room and arrested.

On the 5th of November, one of a series of what are probably the UFCW's informational pickets came to a Safeway outlet in Montgomery County, MD. While the union is not yet on strike and hopefully won't have to resort to a strike, management must consider the possibility that shoppers may refuse to cross any kind of picket line.

Video-picketers at a Montgomery County Safeway store 50 seconds

Donald Trump has in a week been booed first at the World Series, then at a UFC event in New York City. On Monday, Nov 4 he or his minions ensured this did not happen again at his Nationals ceremony in the Rose Garden. The "permanent" street closures kept protesters far away from the Rose Garden, and temporary closures forced multi-block detours as protesters probed the area for ways to get closer. Meanwhile a reported 11 members of the Washington Nationals refused to attend, in one high profile case for confirmed political reasons.

Video compiled from many sources on Twitter 1 min 15 sec

On the 27th of October, Donald Trump thought he could turn the 5th game of the World Series (Wash Nationals vs Houston Astros) into a campaign rally for himself. Instead, the whole ballpark erupted into a roaring chorus of boos as soon as he was shown on the jumbotron from his fancy suite. This escalated to chants of "lock him up!" and two separate banners calling for impeachment were set up.

On Friday the 11th of October, the DC Bike Party staged a Halloween-themed ride, complete with someone in a T-rex suit on a skateboard, ghost costumes, and more.

Video: the Halloween-themed ride 4:20

Video- 2nd day of Kurdish protests at White House against Turkey's war and Trump's greenlight 48 sec

On the 9th of October, the criminal, theocratic regime of Recep Tayyip Erdoğan in Turkey began bombing Kurdish areas in Northern Syria. These first attacks killed a reported five civilians and three of the warriors defending Kurdistan. As Turkish bombers flew, Kurdish protesters and their anti-fascist allies gathered at the White House, protesting Trump's greenlight for Turkey's war of aggression.

On Wednesday, Oct. 2, the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), Code Pink, Justice for Jamal (#JusticeForJamal), and Nonviolence International host a news conference in front of the Embassy of Saudi Arabia in Washington, D.C., to honor the memory of murdered Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi and to demand justice for those involved in his killing.

RisingTide with final arrest and I395 ramp closure 00:07Climate Injustice 5:05Black Lives Matter 10:30Code Pink/350 12:11XRDC after arrests 20:09Speakers:DC activist 12:11Raegan, Code Pink at the American Petroleum Institute 16:12Open Mic speakers after 27:11YouTube Link

On Sep 11, 2019 the DC Bike Party's "back to school ride" rode from Dupont Circle to Busboys and Poets in Anacostia.

HD Video-the DC Bike Party in Anacostia 2 min 33 sec

HD Video-mock flames and matchbooks lead the march 2 min 29 seconds

On the 5th of September, protesters gathered at the White House, then marched on the Consulate of Brazil. The march carried mock matchbooks depicting Trump, Bolsonaro, and major agrobusinesses, condemning their role in the ongoing arson of the Amazon rainforest.

There is ongoing discussion in California about showing up in Washington, D.C.

The "Kremlin Annex" protests began in July 2018 after the Trump/Putin Helsink summit where Trump stood alongside Putin to deny Russian interference in the 2016 election. Over a year later, these protests continue, now on Sundays, Tuesdays, and Thursdays. They've had to move a bit because of the "White House Fence Replacement" project, new fortifications going up to protect Trump from an increasingly angry public.

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