While I’m not a (U.S.) “patriot” like the oath keepers.org folks (I would rather view humans as earthlings, and dissolve national identities), I sure appreciate their cheeky new (and very old-fashioned) billboard campaign. It reminds me of an anti-fracking billboard that environmental activists designed, funded, and placed on a crucial highway in Ohio where the fracking dragon has begun to breathe down local necks.
July 23, 2013
Oath Keepers launches new campaign to place signs and billboards near Washington D.C. area defense and intelligence agencies, praising Edward Snowden for exposing the NSA spying on Americans and urging other government employees to follow Snowden’s example by becoming whistle-blowers.
By Stewart Rhodes
To launch this new campaign, Oath Keepers has placed three back-lit signs on the subway platform in the D.C. Metro Pentagon Station.
The first sign at the Pentagon Station is done in the style of the theater scene from George Orwell’s 1984 and features Director of National Intelligence, James Clapper, as “Big Brother” (which we think he was born to play):