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From Liza Parker, of Canada:
I am forwarding information about a rally in Washington
in October, coordinated
by the Southeastern Christian Association and Dr. Gillam. If you have any inquiries,
please contact the people listed below. This information will also be posted on
I fully support Dr. Gillam's efforts to help victims of electronic harassment.
Liza's Car Pool Information:
I have added a page at www.eharassment.ca for people who have transportation
to offer (i.e. you can pick people up along the way), or want transportation to the
rally in Washington on October 8th, 2005.
To see the listings, click here
To post a listing, click here
P.S. If I go to the rally (I'm not sure yet what my plans
are) I can take and/or pick
up 3 people along the way. I've posted my own listing along with a link to a map of
the route I would be taking. I will know in a few days if I am going.
I am aware of three car pooling forms so far that were filled out but
haven't gotten to me - there may be more. The perps are obviously
seriously trying to block this stuff. (One made it, so the form is
working fine). If you want to post a carpool announcement at:
then email me the information directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.com. If it is not posted within 24 hours, chances are
good I didn't get the form or the email. So email me again (and again)
until I get the information.
Please let me know the following in your email:
-> Do you need a ride, or are you offering a ride.
-> Departure date
-> Return date
-> Departure city
-> Your name and any contact info you want to supply,
address or phone number.
-> Any additional comments.
Electronic Harassment: www.eharassment.ca
Gang Stalking: www.gangstalking.ca
From Eleanor White, of Canada:
I do hope all who attend the Washington DC rally will
look for as many opportunities to share our *information*
with the *public* as well as any government officials who
I recommend carrying copies of these two items:
And for those who can afford to have a copy shop
print some ten-per-page business cards relating to
the vigilante stalking side of our issue, have the
copy shop print this on ten-per-page pre-cut stock:
These can be printed in black and white to save
cost - they are still effective in black and white.
(Copy shops can download it from the web, or,
you can save it to a floppy diskette and hand the
diskette to shop staff.)
And finally, remember our mixed-issue 9/11 "dollars",
which can be printed four per page, front and back,
and which will need to be cut out. **DIGITAL**
photocopies are much better for showing detail:
(.cdrs give better results printed by copy shop)
(.gifs can be viewed on your screen and also printed)
Likewise, the "dollars" are very effective even in black
May God bless and keep you all,
From Sueann Campbell, of Texas:
The DC rally is an event we all have worked toward
for a long time. We are now and will remain a political
force to be reckoned with. We will get our message
out to every politician and lobbyist on Capitol Hill.
We will continue to get our message out so that no
one in the Congress will be able to plead ignorance
to our cause.
To download flyers or order tee shirts click here.
Wishing everyone a safe trip to and from the DC rally.
UPDATE ON WASHINGTON D. C. RALLY
Thanks to Mary Ann Stratton for joining the list of
volunteers who are helping
to coordinate the Washington D. C. rally and Senate hearing. Her expertise in
managing the Controlled America seminars across the country is an important
asset to our events.
The purpose of the rally and hearing is to
(1) raise public awareness,
(2) gain the interest of the media and
(3) encourage politicians to pass legislation that will
help to promptly end the misuse of electronic weapons and related technology.
It is important that we have a large turnout and all
join together as a team to
make sure that this event is a success.
The rally is on Saturday, October 8 at the Vietnam
Veterans Memorial, area 5,
at the corner of Constitution Avenue NW at 21st Street NW, Washington D. C.
from 9 am to 5 pm. The Columbus Day holiday makes it a three day weekend
for many of us.
The confirmed speakers are:
Eleanor White--(a cd will be played)
There may be more.
If you would like to join us in D. C., please RSVP
so that we can make plans for
the right number of participants. Derrick, who is another event volunteer, can be
contacted at 513-531-8873 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following information is about hotels, air transportation,
transportation, camping, other related topics and our contact information.
The following hotels are rated with three stars.
One hotel is two miles from the rally
in Washington D. C., but the other hotel is more affordable. Please make your
reservations in advance and register under Southeastern Christian Association for the
It is a good idea to check the cost of airline tickets
before registering at the hotel.
Arriving one day earlier or staying one day longer may significantly reduce the cost
of the airline ticket.
Days Hotel Conference Center
2200 Centreville Road
Herndon, VA 20170
The rate per room is $76.00 including taxes for two double beds for 1-4 occupants.
The hotel is 21 miles from D. C.
Dulles Washington International Airport is two miles from the hotel, which offers
shuttle service to and from the airport.
The Metro bus to the Metro subway to the rally is across the street from the hotel.
Quality Inn Iwo Jima
http://www.qualityinniwojima.com/ (This web link may not work.)
1501 Arlington Blvd.
Arlington, VA 22209
The rate per room is $122.00 including taxes for two queen beds for 1-4 occupants.
The hotel is two miles from D. C.
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is three miles from the hotel.
The hotel does not offer shuttle service to and from the airport. The Metro subway
is next to the airport and two blocks from the hotel.
If you live near D. C.,
please consider inviting someone to stay at your residence overnight.
The airport closest to Washington D. C. is the
Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.
This airport is three miles from the Quality Inn Iwo Jima.
The other airport that is located 30 minutes west of Washington
D. C. is the
Washington Dulles International Airport. This airport is two miles from the
Days Hotel Conference Center.
Discount airfares are available through the following
www.southwest.com 1-800-I-FLY-SWA or 1-800-435-9792
www.hotwire.com 1-866-HOTWIRE or 1-866-468-9473
www.lodging.com 1-888-LODGING or 1-888-563-4464
www.priceline.com 1-800-774-2354 (Name your own price--
for flexible travel schedules)
Volunteers are needed to help coordinate carpool, vanpool
or bus rentals in different
geographic areas. Please contact us or individuals in your area about whether you
have transportation to offer to others, or if you need to share a ride and split the
travel expenses. See Liza's car pool information above.
Discount rent cars are available through www.hotwire.com,
www.priceline.com or any of the major rental car companies.
The Greyhound Bus Lines phone number is 1-800-231-2222.
The bus stops at
Union Station in D. C., which is located at the Metro subway. In some areas, it
is more expensive to ride the bus than it is to fly.
Please consider offering a ride to the rally to someone
staying at your hotel.
East of Washington D. C.
Greenbelt Park (National Park Service)
6565 Greenbelt Road
Greenbelt, MD 20770
The rate is $14.00 including tax per night. Sleeping in a car is permitted.
The campground is 18 miles from the rally.
The closest Metro subway is Greenbelt, which is three miles from the campground.
Call 301-344-3944 for directions to the park.
West of Washington D. C.
Bull Run Regional Park
7700 Bull Run Drive
Centreville, VA 20121
The rate is $21.25 plus tax for up to four people per night.
Sleeping in a car is not permitted.
The campground is 28 miles from the rally.
The closest Metro subway is Vienna/Fairfax-GMU, which is 12 miles from the
campground. Call 703-631-0550 for directions to the park.
Both campgrounds have nice outdoor settings and facilities.
OTHER RELATED TOPICS
Volunteers are needed to help organize the rally.
Please contact Gordon Ormand at email@example.com
if you are able to help with any of the following topics:
fund raising for travel or hotel expenses, PA and backup PA systems, podium, supply
or set up chairs, quiet generator, gas can, extension cords, water, cups, press kit, etc.
If you know of media organizations that have already
covered stories related
to technology, please assemble their email addresses and fax numbers for our
press release in the near future.
Additional speakers, civil rights groups and other
organizations still need to be
invited to attend the rally. Please discuss your suggestions with us before inviting
the individuals or groups. We would like to be sure that their speech topics are
compatible with our agenda.
Distributing fliers and making signs for the rally
However, we would like to offer suggestions to help improve the messages to make
the best impression.
A banquet is planned for the night of Friday, October 7.
An informal meeting to talk about our accomplishments and future plans is scheduled
after the rally on Saturday, October 8. The times and places will be announced
in another email.
On the day of the rally, please arrive a few minutes early!
Food is available from street vendors, or at the Smithsonian
of American History on Constitution Avenue NW at 14th Street NW.
Additional parking is along the Potomac River and at the
Jefferson Memorial, which
is to the southeast of the Lincoln Memorial.
For a map to the rally, click here.
The Metro subway stops eight blocks from the rally.
The Federal Triangle subway
station is closest to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial rally site. The station is located on
the west side of 12th Street NW between Pennsylvania Avenue NW and Constitution
Avenue NW. Contact information for Metro is 202-962-1234 or
For a map of the Metro subway, click on the following web site: http://www.wmata.com/metrorail/systemmap.cfm
A guided tour of the Capitol building is suggested on
Monday through Saturday.
Arrive early to obtain free tickets at the southwest corner of the Capitol at the
white tent. Remember to visit the Capitol as a tourist, not as a victim.
Security is a high priority in the Capitol area.
It is safe to travel on the Metro
Signs at the Virginia state line warn travelers not to carry a concealed weapon
for personal protection without checking on their laws.
In D. C., the October average low temperature is 49 and
the average high
temperature is 68. It is a good idea to check the weather forecast several days
before the rally.
Some emails are not being received.
All inquiries about travel or hotels will be
answered. If you send an email (to only one of the individuals listed below) and
do not receive a reply within a few days, please call.
Gordon Ormand, Event Coordinator 936-588-4538
(central time zone) or
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
RSVP with Derrick, Event Volunteer 513-531-8873
(eastern time zone) or
Dr. Le Roy Gillam, Southeastern Christian
832-228-3207 (central time zone)
Remember that we are going to Washington D. C. to ask
This is a peaceful rally.
Thank you for sending this email to your fellow targets and friends.