The demonstration has kicked off yesterday June 1st, with a great start, at the Justice Department in Washington DC. The aim of this demonstration is to “occupy” as long as possible. Their permit is valid till July 4. Some demonstrators plan to stay a week. Others will try to stay till the end.
The objective of the group is to seek justice for victims of medical abuse by the CDC and other private entities. Their demand is for the US Justice Department to prosecute the perpetrators of scientific research fraud. The fraud has been outlined by the comprehensive charge sheets. The victims of this fraud include patients suffering from various neuroimmune diseases such as Lyme, ME/CFS, Gulf war and Fibromyalgia.
The aim is to distribute the charge sheets to as many key people as possible. They have meetings arranged with congressional representatives for this week where they will be distributing complete packages outlining the issues and asking for their involvement and help.
They are asking US patients who are from Ohio, Kansas or Alabama, to please contact their congressional representative’s offices. Let them know how much you appreciate their time to receive our information. Please be sure to express a positive message that conveys our gratitude and desire for their assistance.
Senator Jeff Sessions (AL): (202) 224-4124
Senator Sherrod Brown (OH): Washington, DC: (202) 224-2315
Congressman Tim Huelskamp (KS): Washington, DC: (202) 225-2715
In addition, they will be delivering public speeches throughout the week in order to raise awareness of this crime and medical abuse.
You can follow their journey by liking and watching their posts on their facebook page here.
#MEAction recognizes and celebrates Pride Month! As a community that welcomes and encompasses all, this Pride Month, we asked members of our LGBTQIA+ community to share what Pride means to them and what they have learned from this movement that they bring with them to the ME movement. Here are a few responses: Kristina Osobka-Stier