DC on 9/11/05
On 9/11 Survivors of Bush will participate in a
act of Civil
building Bushville, DC
on the Washington DC Mall.
FEMA pens Katrina survivors like diseased cattle.
Bushville, DC will force
politicians and reporters to see them every day.
Bushville, DC may be small on 9/11,
but it will grow.
isn’t an organization - it’s
Everyone come to the Mall and join the
Katrina survivors are encouraged to
all Bush survivors are welcome.
Be there and make history.
Email 10 friends about www.bushville.org right now.
Imagine 10,000 Katrina survivors camped
Camped in the seat of
power and media.
In the Government’s
With endless stories for
Bushville, DC will be the FACT that even George Bush
can’t bluster away.
Bushville will stay through:
9/11 Freedom March
-The Katrina investigations and trials.
-The catharsis of Rove’s
-The Supreme Court coronations.
-Bush’s last days of office - soon.
-The rebuilding of our government’s
ability to protect us.
On 9/11 Bush
will try to blindfold us with our own American flag.
DC on 9/11 will honor ALL the victims of America’s
Bushville, DC will be a center for Katrina survivor activism.
The White House has generously agreed to let us
use its bathrooms.
Those who intend to camp on The Mall should bring
tents and bail.
Weather in DC is predicted to be 80’s day 60’s
We will depend on the people of DC for food and
We could sure use some good Southern music. Bring
Perhaps there will be only 3 of you, perhaps
Stand together on the Mall with signs saying “Bushville, DC” and you
have founded a symbolic City of Dissent.
Take pictures and circulate them so the vision spreads.
Activists who are willing to risk jail should
non-violently stand their ground.
Take pride in DOING something.
We are NOT counter-demonstrating against the
Freedom March. They are commemorating the tragedy of 9/11/01 and should be
honored. We are all Americans and it’s time to be kind to one another again.
This is NOT an organized event.
There is no official March.
Come to the
Mall and Build Bushville, DC.
The police dislike Bush as much as we do - treat them with firm
We need volunteers to teach non-violent protest techniques.
We need people with video cameras.
We need lawyers on the scene.
We need a spirit of healing and community.
History of Protest
Encampments in Washington DC and elsewhere:
– 1929 – 40’s
Villages of homeless that
appeared following the Great Depression.
Army – June 17th, 1932
of about 20,000 WWI veterans, their families, and other affiliated groups, who
demonstrated in DC during the spring and summer of 32 for promised benefits for
People’s March on Washington – 1968
“King's vision was to gather 3000 poor
people from all over the United States
in Washington, D.C. and demand that the government
guarantee every American a job, health care, and housing.”
Dewey Canyon III - Washington, D.C.,
Veterans Against the War stage "a limited
incursion into the country of Congress."
site will be donated to the Katrina survivors who will run Bushville,DC.
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