Chain Reaction: Human Chain Now to Span Catalan Region
[This is a wonderful phenomenon! This method of demonstrating brings unity, hope, love and cooperation from people of all walks of life. While I'm not big on patriotism, self determination and freedom from centralized authority are crucial to conscious living and the perfect backwash to the globalist agenda.
See if there's an event near you - or come up with one of your own! - Zen (Hat tip: Edna - wow!)]
‘Catalan Way Towards Independence’ — human chain to span region
As was done in Estonia in 1989, supporters of Catalan independence are planning to stage a human chain across the region on September 11, Catalonia’s national day. Trial runs are already ongoing.A similar and very successful human chain took place in Estonia in 1989 in support of the independence of the Baltic States. At that stage, they built a chain of 150,000 people, forming a 215 km line across the country. Latvia and Lithuania also participated in what was known as the “Baltic Way”. A historic image from that time is included below:
Now organizers from Estonia are assisting Catalan independence supporters with their plans. Reportedly Estonian organizers learned the importance of practice chains and they held smaller events before the main human chain was formed. According to the Catalan National Assembly (ANC), it will take about 100 trial runs to ensure success before attempting to span the Catalonia region on September 11. The actual path of the planned human chain is listed on Wikipedia on a page created for the event. However, the “The Catalan Way Towards Independence” aims to draw international attention to the separatist cause. Not only will this event happen in Catalonia, as international chains are being planned in full support. Similar celebrations and events will be held by supporters in Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Costa Rica, England, France, German, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Mexico, Poland, Scotland, Switzerland, Thailand, Uruguay, the USA and other countries.FiguuraHistoric photograph of the Baltic way taken near the border between Latvia and Lithuania in August 1989.