R.I.P. Alex Hardman “Sunflame” and our other dear friend “Astral Logic” (real name not known). Both were inspirational members of Occupy Atlanta, killed by a “car” May 3rd. I remember Karen Silkwood the anti-nuclear activist from 1974, killed when her car was rammed off the road by another “car”. Today, May 4th, I remember four of us murdered at Kent State in 1970. If you click on the picture you will discover Alex’s Facebook Page.
I wrote this for Sunflame and Astral Logic:
Here is a story no one is covering anywhere - left, right, in-between: Two young and very active members of Occupy Atlanta were killed, hit by a car, maybe May 1st. Occupy Atlanta reported this to the General Assembly to an immediate hush. Both were very well known to all. I thought of Kent State. I thought of the coverup for Nixon that Obama approved of, even to this day. Laurel Krause is my friend. Her sister Alison was murdered at Kent State on this day (May 4th, 1970). She and the Kunstler Sisters have tried for decades now to secure the truth will out, and murder prosecutions of the National Guard who murdered four of us on the Campus of Kent State on May 4th, 1970. Now - again, in Atlanta, 2012. Cars are murder weapons. Karen Silkwood found out as her car was pushed off the road by an assassin who worked for the nuclear industry. No one knows who killed Karen, but we all “know.”
The two activists “Occupy Names” are Sunflame Concinnae and Astral Logic. Maybe they gave their lives to share some wisdom with us now? I wonder when people are going to start to listen? Is your radio on? Here is from my post that I wrote today:
Sad Note: Sunflame Concinnae and Astral Logic, two amazing, passionate, powerful activists who’ve been very active with this mass strategy meeting among many other things, I’m sure, were killed last night, hit by a car. Please pay your respects to them and their work. I believe Sunflame, or Alex Hardiman, would have us ALL GROW FOOD locally and make sure that the whole society does so, and that Astral would have us focus on those most marginalized and uplift them and listen closely to their stories. I think we ought to honor them by doing the work that they began and carrying the torch forward :-(
Sunflame Concinnae wrote: “Thank you for inspiring me to be the change in the world that I want. To have that future without competition for resources that so scarred our past. We have changed the world.”
If I could give you one gift for today, it would be to believe that you are braver, smarter and more competent than you believe yourself to be. Try this on for size as an AFFIRMATION today: “I am a good, brave, successful and loving human being who attracts good, brave, successful and loving souls and experiences into my life.”