Lemonade Freedom Day 2012!!!!!

Celebration of Food Freedom and Voluntary Exchange 

Washington DC

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DAY ONE: “Know your Rights” Workshop

When: Friday, August 17, 2012 2:00 PM-5:30 PM followed by Dinner

Where: Washington DC (exact address will be sent after registration)

Learn about a history of peaceful non-compliance, how to peacefully stand up for your rights in confrontational situations and how to take responsibility for your freedom. Farm fresh dinner to follow.


Pete Eyre
Liz Reitzig
Bradley Jardis
Max Kane
John Moody
Kristin Canty
Rob Fernandes
Eddie Free
Derrick J
Space is limited. Don’t miss this opportunity to learn how to exercise your rights!
Suggested Donation $30  RSVP here

DAY TWO: Picnic in Celebration of our Freedom of Voluntary Exchange for the foods of our choice

When: Saturday, August 18, 2012 12:00pm

Where: 3rd Street Southwest between Maryland and Jefferson near the Capitol Reflecting Pool, Washington D.C.

Join prominent National activists and food freedom proponents as we gather for a peaceful picnic to celebrate our right to peaceful exchange of food.  We guarantee a fun, food-filled time and plenty of excitement!  Please bring a picnic lunch or something to share!

Join us to take your place in history!


12 responses to “Lemonade Freedom Day 2012!!!!!

  1. GMO are a terrifying violation of food security. Watch this if you don’t eat locally, then read up about Jeffrey Smith and Institute of Responsible Technology.

  2. I have studied common Law now for 7 years & know exactly what does not work against these tyrants, but more importantly I know what does work. I am not a lawyer nor am I a paralegal (& thank God for that) bottom line though my paper work would have prevented any public servant (cops) showing up that day, or from doing anything if they did, for as is known, it is public property. My email address is sovereignjim0@gmail.com

    • Do you really know any of your food is safe before you consume it? The answer is, you don’t. Yet by and large it is safe. Those selling you food have an interest in selling you quality so you come back. This is especially true of a small vendor, such as a farmer selling raw milk. Huge corporations have to much disconnect from the consumer to worry about such a problem. The farmer up the road needs his customers happy and healthy

    • Question: how many times have you heard of people getting sick from raw milk? Hardly ever. How many times have you heard of people getting sick (from e. coli) from vegetables? I recall several times on a large scale in the last few years. Yet, why aren’t the feds outlawing veggies or clamping down on those farmers? Yes, in part because veggies can be washed, but it is also true that the Feds just want to demonize raw milk (don’t ask me why). There is a difference between safe milk and healthy milk. I’m not sure why you’d want to even drink it after Pasteurization since most of the healthy bacteria have been killed. It’s the level of response by the feds that amazes me. Looks at James Stewart’s case if you are not familiar. He’s been treated worse than a murder and no one was harmed.

    • I have always bought fresh milk and I have never had any problems. We drink the milk, make fresh butter, and buttermilk. But the govt. is making it hard to obtain fresh milk. They are protecting the big corporation’s interests. Big corporations have the money to lobby and screw the people (us). Mainstream media carries their message to the masses and the masses believe their bs. This is what I believe! And by the way, I always buy lemonade from children’s stands.

    • For the same reason you don’t hear about babies getting e-coli from breast milk. Mammary glands both animal and human are sterile environments. One of the crimes of the century was convincing mothers in under developed nations to feed their babies formula rather than breast milk. Many babies died from diarrhea due to the use of a contaminated water supply to mix the formula. There is just as much of a chance that bacteria can invade a pasteurized source as a raw source. It’s about cleanliness in the processing environment, hand washing, etc. Raw milk farmers are extremely careful; their livelihood depends on it. If any baby animal is not slowly exposed to small amounts of bacteria, the immune system would never develop and the first thing that hits it would kill it. The overuse of antibiotics and other “bug” killers is producing super-bugs that are getting harder and harder to wipe out. So enjoy a nice tall glass of icey cold, humanely produced raw milk from your local farmer; add some cookies and help future generations of humans at the same time!

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