72-year old Ted Musson is walking the 5,000 kilometers from Victoria, BC to Ottawa to protest election fraud, both in the 2011 federal election and now the Fair Elections Act.
Two years ago, he gave up his subsidized apartment, bought a 1979 RV for $2000 and set out for Ottawa with a hand-painted sign on his back:
Walking to Ottawa. Protesting illegal government.
Health issues stalled him out in Lethbridge for the winter, but now he’s back on the road, aiming for 15k a day on his pedometer and then doubling back to pick up the RV.
At this rate it will be a 10,000k hike to Ottawa.
And this is where you come in.
His twitter account from Nov. 2012 has exactly three tweets and one follower.
If Mr. Musson is to get drivers for his RV so he doesn’t have to double back 15k on top of the 15k he’s already logged for the day, you twitterati and facebookies between Lethbridge and Ottawa are going to have to work your magic and get the word out for him.
As he says on his woefully under-publicized blog, ElectionFraud2011:
“Please help me raise awareness by either driving my RV for whatever length of time you would like, or by donating a small amount to keep me fed and watered . . . If you want to help, send me an email to electionfraud2011 *at* gmail.com to let me know when and where you are available.”
And there’s a donation button.
“It occurred to me in about March of 2012, that the 2011 [election] was a fraud. The robocalls; the financial fraud. Harper will say anything knowing that he’s not going to do what he says. It’s an illegal government and there’s just no rational sense, in my mind, to believe that they’re anything other than an illegal government.”
So there’s the challenge, you glittering twitterati and feisty facebookers.
How “loud and obnoxious” can you get on behalf of some guy with arthritis threatening to walk clear across the country while 40% of the rest of us don’t even vote.
Friend him, drive him, donate to him, spread the word, bug Anna Maria Tremonti at CBC to do a piece or any local CBC along the way for that matter . . .
You know how to do this.