He tells us that this is a perfect example of what people can do when they come together with love in their hearts and a respect and caring for each other. All those quarter million attendees of that event worked together to help each other out and there were NO POLICE, NO PROBLEMS, NO VIOLENCE, NO HARM TO ANYONE for the entire time they were there. No one asked what their religion, race, or culture was. We came together as Americans.
If we remember and think about what we are capable of doing under the most extreme conditions, then we know we can and must and will prevail. Our entire existance as humanity is at stake. Who we are, is under threat, and who we can become is at risk. We must commit to our own existence and processes and pass them onto our offspring. Look at the society of the evil Cabal doing this harm to the globe and our nation. They are violent, they raise their children in Mind destroying pedophilia, in hatred of other races and cultures, and most of all in fear about an event that the Zionists made happen, which produces adults just like them. WE DO NOT WANT THAT HERE ANYMORE. GO BACK TO YOUR HOME WITH YOUR MENTAL ILLNESSES AND PASS THEM ONTO YOUR CHILDREN, NOT OURS.
We need another woodstock. It also showed what wealthy people can do that financed this and lost their shirts. They were paid by 120,000 attendees and over a quarter million showed up and didn't pay. That is called "corporate citizenship", where the company adds to society rather than undermining and trying to destroy it. These money people put themselves out there financially and gave us something that is priceless. What a gift to humanity and I might also add, a gift to the music world. Don't forget, music is food for the soul and feeds the spirit or it will die as the evil ones have proven since they are the walking dead.
So absorb all of this and understand what we can do when we set our minds to it. We must over come the social engineering that the mafia cabal of khazar zionists have laid over our society and go back to being who we were before they came into our lives. If we do that, WE WILL PREVAIL. NO WORLD WAR III AGAINST ANYONE, except those that are pushing for it. When is the next Bilderberg meeting???? Wouldn't it be great if Rothschild and/or Bildebergs had to borrow money to fight a world war. Ironic would be the proper word for it.
Inside Woodstock With Organiser Michael Lang
By Ross Bennett, Mojo 4 music,
From head shop owner to co-creator of the greatest music festival in history, the cool, calm and collected Michael Lang cemented his place in rock legend as soon as the late Richie Havens stepped out onto the stage at the first Woodstock Music & Arts Festival. 44 years on, he remains the keeper of the Woodstock flame. Here are some of his memories of that rainy weekend in August 1969…
It’s the summer of 1969. There’s less than a month to go before the festival is due to begin. What would you have been doing
I remember desperately trying to get the phone lines eight miles down the track to the site. We’d taken over a motel in Bethel called the El Monaco [rather sadly, it now looks like this…] and I think we were just getting our trailers installed behind the stage. We were trying to finish a four-month job in a month. There were 300 of us on 24/7 duty.
The previous year you’d produced the Miami Pop festival so you’d already had experience of rock event organisation. What did you learn from that weekend?
There were thousands of feet of water pipe that had to be laid, we had to dig wells, install filtration systems and build the fence… that obviously never got finished! But what I did take from Miami was a look and a feeling of what we wanted to present. We wanted people to arrive and be met with a sight beyond their imagination. That aesthetic was applied to the structures, the banners, the colours, to the parks, to everything. All that needed to fit into a schedule that would allow us to complete by August 15.
“We were building a city from scratch.”
Describe Woodstock and Upstate New York in the late ’60s…
And then you entered the second week of August…
In today’s world of social networking and mobile phones word spreads like wildfire, but in 1969 things were obviously very different…
How did you feel when Richie Havens finally opened the festival on Friday?
Why do you think people like John Sebastian and Country Joe MacDonald connected so well with the crowd?
For most people, the reality of Woodstock is Michael Wadleigh’s film. What was your reaction when you saw it for the first time back in 1971?
Was there any point during the weekend when you thought a large-scale disaster loomed?
Describe the backstage compound…
“The energy created between Sly Stone and the audience was something I’d never seen before and never experienced since.”
What were your personal musical highlights?
Most of the bands came away from Woodstock having had a positive experience. But there were a few that, at the time, didn’t look on it quite so favourably. The Who and The Grateful Dead…
(VN: here is a link to get a more comprehensive treatment of all the acts that performed there as well as a lot more detail on the entire event. Its worth a look see. After all, it did make history and will always be in our lexicon..... Woodstock meant something about a short era in American history, especially of the young people. The foreign controlled police state ended it all when they had John Lennon murdered by a mind controlled subject that they created.)
And there were certain financial difficulties that arose…
“I spent an afternoon with Dylan trying to encourage him to drop by.”
Was there anyone that you really wanted who didn’t make it on to the bill?
The further we get away from Woodstock, the more amazing it seems that the whole thing didn’t collapse into a life-threatening catastrophe. What was your secret?
But we also had free kitchens, free stages, free camping grounds. We had collectives like the Hog Farm who helped kids from the city who had never been to the country. They all encouraged people to share and help each other. Woodstock wasn’t a mainstream festival. The counterculture was heading to an event run by their own. We just avoided the silly confrontations that stupid rules can create.
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