Today’s Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Show on Marysville and Watsonville activism and the April 30, 2009 Flashback

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xxx  Garrett Stephens of NOMAD and Food Not Bombs Updates the San Lorenzo Survival Scene

xxx  Willa at the Pajaro River South Defense Outpost Reviews Monterey County’s Struggles

xxx  Nightwatcher Nick of Agents of Change 831 on the Pajaro River Fight

xxx  Elisse, Pajaro River Resident, on the Her History at the River

xxx  Monike T. on the Recent Successful Outcome of the Pajaro Resistance

xxx  Brian Brown and Raelynn Butcher of Marysville on the Struggle with Fire, Attorneys,and Cops

FLASHBACK from April 30, 2009:

XXX  4-17 Street Interviews: Streetsign Sam questions police phototaking

XXX  Berkeley Activist Stephen Pearcy calls in

XXX  Phone Interview with author Kristian Williams (Our Enemies the Police) on the history of policing, policing as class control, anti-homeless implications, alternatives to police violence [ ]… []

XXX  Chatting with “The Unpaid” Bill

XXX  Miguel de Leon (“Lito”) on court-ordered “no sleep”, banned Scope Park ban, sitcrime in an alcove, his own experience of sleeprunning

More details on all this history at the HUFF website’s Street Spirit  archives:

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides 1-28-21 show netcast at 6 PM: The Homeless Report from Rainy Weather Robert Aguirre in San Jose; Standing Up to Bullying with the Pajaro River Residents

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ON THE 1-28 SHOW : 

xxx  Union of the Homeless Activist “Rainy Weather” Robert Aguirre on San Jose Times
xxx  Background:
xxx  Lambasting Police Harassment “Loudheart” Lee-Ann Sherwood, San Lorenzo Park resident.
xxx  Containing Court Injustice: More from “Rainy Weather” Robert A.
xxx  “Keep it Caring” Kevin Reports on Police Ticketing Spree Next to San Lorenzo Park
xxx  1-25-21 “Mind over Muscle” Monike Tone on Defending the Southside of Pajaro River

Extras:  Video showing Monterey County Homeless Union Activists Confronting Board of Supervisors there around the Pajaro River Eviction Actions:

              Review Judge Susan Van Kuelen’s Order Defending the San Lorenzo Survival Campers:
              Unless attorneys release the court documents by e-mail, it’s costly and difficult to access the full San Lorenzo file.  See In spite of repeated requests, attorney Anthony Prince has yet to release the Declarations and Legal Papers in the case.

HUFF defies the wind and rain at 11 AM Sub Rosa Courtyard, next to the Bike Church 1-27-21 : Reviewing New Struggles at the Pajaro River; Weather-Weary Warriors in the Camps Unprotected by the TRO

Agenda Prospects  

       City Set Back by the Lawsuit?   A LookSee at the latest Shitty Council “Meeting” No Reapparance of the Mills Mash-and-Mangle Ordinances 

       Rent “Relief” at the state and county level?  How Real?   

       The New “Purple Tier” “Opening”—Impact on the Unhoused. 

       More Maybes:  Possible Look-In’s at Lawsuits in Santa Barbara, Oakland, Sacramento, and Marysville  

       On-going Harassment on Dakota and Delaware Streets 

       Plodding through the Kangeroo Courts: Dreadeye, Hannah, and Ramya 

       Pajaro River Pushback–Monike T’s Morning Resistance 

       Right-Left Unity Against Tyranny of the Existing Order–Choosing Issues for Coalition 

Windstorm and strong rains may or may not be over by HUFFtime tomorrow (1-27).  Come well bundled up. 

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides 1-24-21 show streams 9:30 AM Extensive Interviews with Berkeley’s Carol Denney, Pajaro River’s Monike Tone, the Riverside RV Rescue Squad Flashbacks to 1996, 1998 & 2001 CEO Mike Schmidt, Roughrider Richard Quigley & More

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xxx  “Cornerstone” Carol Denney Praises the San Lorenzo Survival Camp Court Victory(Denney’s recent songs can be found at her “chairapillar” you-tube channel
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xxx  Micah, Kate, Vee, and Others Discuss and Defend the Riverside RV Dwellers

xxx  Zack–one of the RV supporters–lays out the obviou

xxx  Pajaro River protector Monike Tone Calls for Monday Resistance To Stop the Sweeps

FLASHBACKs from Community TV’s “Club Cruz” Show from 20 years ago and before
XXX   Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce CEO Launches a Quixotic Battle Against the Sleeping Ban (5-2-01)XXX   Roughrider Richard Quigley on the Dangers of the Court’s Atwood Decision (5-2-1) (Quigley’s own shows are downloadable at
XXX   ‘Nutcracker’ Nick Whitehead interviews ‘Sharin” Sherry Conable & Marie Celine Pasquale on the homeless struggle (1996)XXX   ‘Beggarbacker’ Becky Johnson grills “Stand Up” Steve Argue and his attorney “Catnip” Kate Wells on Argue’s police assault and arrest for selling the homeless newspaper Street Spirit  (1998)More details on all this history at the HUFF website’s Street Spirit  archives:
Support the Pajaro River Survival Campers:
Monday 8 AM Contact Monike Tone at 831-707-5562 for details !

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides 1-21-21 show netcast at 6 PM: Two Homeless Victories–San Lorenzo Park and Riverside RVs

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ON THE 1-21 SHOW : 

xxx  California Homeless Union Press Release Announcing the San Lorenzo Survival Camp Victory
xxx  Passing the Time with Parkside Pussy of San Lorenzo Park
xxx  Federal Magistrate Susan van Keulen’s TRO Extension for San Lorenzo Park
xxx  1-18-21 Ruminations and Reflections from Katzenjammer Keith McHenry
xxx  1-21-21 “Mind over Muscle” Micah Posner on the Successful Defense of RV Residents vs. Public Works Pressure

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides 1-17-21 show streams 9:30 AM Lawsuit Loudtalk; Lyrical Eye on COVID-19 & White Supremacy; Free, Russell, and Gaven–Rumbles from the Rebels Flashback to 4-16-17 Michael Meer memorial at Freedom Sleepout #92

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xxx  Reviewing the San Lorenzo Survival Camp’s Brief: Responding to the City Attorney’s Excuses

xxx  Isaac Collins, rap stylist and street singer, on his COVID times
xxx  Kristy on her visit (12-30) with a group of maskless people to a Wednesday Farmer’s Market where they were turned away by the management who called the police.
xxx  HUFFtalk on the Marty Mirabel (“Pirate”) case
xxx  Farflung falderal from the tongue of Free Radio outsider “Free Spirit”
xxx  “Roughroad” Russell on the Coonerty exclusion of Vets from the Vets Hall
xxx  “Grit it Out” Gaven on Surviving Outside as a Vet While the Feds Dither


XXX   Trump the Warmaker with his Syria Bombing and Silence in Santa Cruz Amidst anti-Trump Protest

XXX   Red Church Rumblings:  Longhauler on Laundromat and Lavatory Probs

XXX   Pacific Ave. Ponderings: the Missing Pendulum, Display Device Dictatoring,

XXX   Michael Meers Memorial Ceremony at City Hall–Compliments of the Freedom Sleepers

XXX   The Joe Hill Saga–in Song and Story

XXX   “Silver-Tongued” Steve Pleich Fields Potshots from Bathrobespierre

XXX   “Shit Me Not” Cherie Peterson of the Survival Sleepers at City Hall

XXX   Deconstructing Berkeley’s “Missed the Mark” Mayor Jesse Arreguin on his “Pathway” Project

XXX   “Whip ’em into Shape” Wes White Details the Soledad Street (“Chinatown”) Sleeperville to hear the whole 4-16-17 show with all the fat and gristle, go to

Support the San Lorenzo Survival Campers–Check out the Comrade’s Cafe in San Lorenzo Park!  Prepare for the January 20th Decision by Judge Susan van Keulen to support the refugees with your voices and your numbers.

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides 1-14-21 show netcast at and archived on our Website. Tonight Unheard Voices at City Council–Unmet Grievances Outside–A Week’s Reprieve at San Lorenzo Park

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ON THE 1-14 SHOW : 

xxx  Examining the latest arguments before the Federal Magistrate Susan van Keulen

xxx  1-12-21 Voices at Oral Communications Denouncing Bernal’s 12-17 Lorenzo Park Evictions

xxx  1-11-21  Comrades Cafe Caretaker Garrett Stephens on stopthesweepssc & more

xxx  Twitter Cutting Off Trump–Another View:

xxx  1-11-21 Tokin’ Tim Rinker Talks about Trumptimes

xxx  1-11-21  Ross Camp Robert on “Take Back Santa Cruz” Suspicions

xxx  Ron (Rossi) Thompson on the false seizure of his vehicle.

Temporary Restraining Order Extended But City Attorney Office Slimes On..

Federal Magistrate Susan van Keulen granted a last minute motion from City Attorney Condotti delaying any decision and/or hearing on the San Lorenzo Campground until January 20th, allowing both the SC Homeless Union Survival Supporters and “Save the Grass; Screw the Homeless” attorneys to present more evidence and argument to sweep the park. 

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HUFF at 11 AM at the Sub Rosa Courtyard, next to the Bike Church 1-13-21 : Another Possible Victory with the TRO Extension, Brooding on the Bad and Lighting the Way for the Good

Agenda Prospects

            CounterAction by the City–Condotti, Mills, and Bernal Strike Back: Evidence and Arguments in the Supplementary Lawsuit

          New Council Claptrap Gone Old:  Rubberstamping Gentrification and Ignoring the City Manager’s Camp Eviction Edict

​          New Mills Machinations on the Horizon? —Possible Revisit of Camping Ban Crapola on 1-26; 1-19 Special Session 

          A Firm Maybe:  Possible Reports from Lawsuits in Santa Barbara, Oakland, Sacramento, and Marysville

          The Wrong “Criminals” in Kuhl Case Dropped, Pirate’s Morning Appearance,  whazzup with Dreadeye and Hannah?

          Pajaro River Pushback–Monika K’s Morning Makefast Team

NO Injunction Hearing Today:  TRO Extended to January 20th.

Weather better but still in low 60’s so bring your own warmers. 

Usual free hot beverage for participants.