The Chicken vs. The Wolf
O bicho vai pegar nessa segunda aqui no Chez Poulet. O Chicken vai debater com Josh Wolf, o cara que passou um ano na prisão por se recusar a entregar um vídeo para o governo federal que poderia ter ajudado a processar ativistas políticos. Não sei se ele seria um bom prefeito, mas nestes dias de Guantánamo, de cerceamento do discurso polítco, de paranóia e do estado policial que se vive neste país, o Josh é um herói para mim. Os dois estão “concorrendo” à prefeitura. Vai ser interessante, no mínimo.
O poster acima foi feito pelo meu amigo Kevin Evans, um artista fantástico, veterano da indústria de efeitos especiais e um cara muito legal.
Chicken vs Wolf
Mayoral debate at the Chez Poulet
With little more than a week before the filing deadline, mayoral candidates “Chicken John” Rinaldi and Josh Wolf have announced a joint fundraiser to help raise the necessary money to secure their status on the ballot. The highly anticipated Chicken v. Wolf debate will square off two of the most talked about, most controversial mayoral candidates and be moderated by permit consultant Jeremy Paul. The debate will feature questions from the audience and streamed live over the internet for those unable to attend. Take part in what could be the most captivating debate this campaign season this Monday at 9PM at 3359 Cesar Chavez St. (near Mission). A $10 suggested donation will be taken at the door, but supporters are encouraged to donate up to $500 to either or both candidates at the event.
Josh Wolf is a journalist, an activist, a blogger, and would like to be the next mayor of San Francisco. He has been involved in local politics for some time and helped manage Julian Davis campaign for District 5 Supervisor, and he is best-known for spending 226 days in a Federal Detention Center for refusing to testify about a protest he filmed as a journalist. Josh plans to create a campaign based on participatory democracy and hopes to build it as a model for the future. His platform is focused on working with the progressive board of supervisors and the community at large to solve the problems plaguing our city. He’s committed to open government and has pledged to a wear a webcam during all city business in order to eliminate backroom deals and insure accountability.