Early this morning I released the following announcement to the press:
“Possibilities from Responsibilities (PFR) is running its first Possibilities Bootcamp for the next three days in Sieva, Montana. Based on experience in World Information and Coordination Organization (WICO) test communities, the event is an opportunity for people to learn the basics of living a healthy, low-impact lifestyle similar to what they can expect after the global transition. Sieva’s residents have graciously offered their town to be used for training in identifying differences between pre-transition and post-transition environments, and are hosting town hall meetings both Saturday and Sunday nights to discuss what a local transition might look and feel like. Tours of the test community Vitalla are scheduled for Sunday, where WICO educational consultants will discuss the Threat of Imminent Extinction Global Strategy (TIEGS) and how it relates to testing done at the site.”
PFR has been recruiting attendees in the Sieva vicinity and online since Tuesday in order to determine demand for such events, and decided late last night to make it more public. I will be attending the Sieva activities, and Maura Riddick will be one of the educational consultants at Vitalla. Lessons learned from the event will be used to design events for other locations to begin during July in parallel with the strategy’s final execution phase.
The “bootcamp” is not a real event. As mentioned on May 15, Sieva is not a real town, and neither is Vitalla (a.k.a. TC-015).
I will not be posting to this blog until after Monday.