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“Flash Mob of Protests”: “No War With Syria” Rallies Planned in Over 70 Cities for Saturday, 8/31

A new campaign has been started to help coordinate worldwide protests against the acceleration of the war in Syria by the corporate military-industrial complex. Protests are already planned in over 70 cities worldwide for Saturday, August 31. It’s almost like the flash mob version of a global anti-war protest.



One of the co-founders of the March Against MonsantoNick Bernabe, is a leading organizer of the rallies and his experience may be just what is needed to help mobilize people quickly. Wednesday, Bernabe discussed the viral reach of the campaign to date on the Adam vs. the Man show. He described the open source nature of the protests by saying “we’re just trying to help get this thing viral”, noting that they were leaving the structure of the protests up to the local leaders. 

One advantage the alternative media can wield is the timely use of social media to counter false media narratives, and the March Against Monsanto co-founder has already done that once. The March Against Monsanto brought over 2 million people to the streets in 52 countries. That organic movement broke through many mainstream media barriers, including forcing CNN to at least acknowledge that the protests happened and there is some controversy over GMO food.

The idea is the same this time around, except the goal is to stop the acceleration of World War 3 by using a show of visible opposition to force the mainstream debate to focus on not just whether western powers should “intervene” but why the conflict is even at this point. Once the debate is started about the merits of the conflict itself, it will become apparent that the series of events as portrayed by the US, UK and others is not only misleading, but false. 

Evidence has recently emerged that the “rebels” or other unaccountable actors were responsible for last week’s deadly gas attacks that have held the international spotlight.

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