Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Economic solidarity workshop June 25 in Lake Montezuma

Event: next Economic Solidarity Workshop meeting

Date and time: Saturday June 25, 10 am to 12:30 pm

Where: The Beaver Creek Adult Center library, 4250 East Zuni Way, Lake Montezuma, AZ

Cost: $1. Light refreshments will be provided, but contributions of food and drink and or a few dollars are welcome.

Agenda for the meeting: Introductions, discussing strategy for local action, forming committees and assigning responsibilities. We'll also discuss the "Decoupling" policy approved by the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC), and what we can do about it.

RSVP by Saturday June 18.

The power of the Many is greater than the power of the Money.

If you're like a great many people, you're afraid for your family's future. You're afraid that the world is crumbling apart. You're worried that there's nothing you can do about it.

There is something you can do about it. You can act with courage, conviction and honor. And you can attend the next meeting of the Economic Solidarity Workshop June 25 at 10 am at the Beaver Creek Adult Center in Lake Montezuma.

Our mission is to help you and other individuals become more economically secure and more politically powerful by helping to organize effective community action. People are acting in isolation from each other, and although people you meet may not show it, what they're feeling is paralysis, fear and a sense of despair.
And blaming our political leaders for our problems isn't the answer. We, the U.S. citizens, need to be the ones to make the necessary changes. We can be so much more effective when we cooperate with each other and put aside our petty differences for the good of all. We need to combine forces.

All it takes is a relatively small group of people to ignite the spark that'll lead to a movement to take back our country. You can make it happen.

Gary Krupa
Rimrock, AZ

Telephone            (928) 592-0190      
Cell phone           (805) 320-8503      

E-mail               accordeoniste@q.com

Blog: http://lepetitprincedelasteroidb612.blogspot.com

Relevant links (in order of viewing importance):

The Tiny Dot

A graphic depiction of our predicament. 

Of the 1%, by the 1%, for the 1%

The ultra-wealthy want things to remain the way they are. And they're the ones who control this country.
American Corruption


Please note: portions of the meeting will be recorded on video to be posted on this Blog. Please don't attend the meeting if you have no wish to appear in the video.

We must, indeed, all hang together or, most assuredly, we shall all hang separately.

Benjamin Franklin

People in the U.S. are like islands in a vast ocean at a time of global warming. The gulf between one person and another appears to be getting bigger.

-- Gary Krupa and Pamela Chionis


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