There was a tremendous response from people all across the country and the world. Everyone loved it! I am still getting calls about that show.
Cincinnati, Ohio (PRWEB) April 27, 2012
This was a good night for advocates of a new human rights cause. And this audience had been sufficiently primed for the event. On Thursday, April 19, an Internet radio show called The Legacy of A Nation featured a panel of seven activists from an organization formed to address covert technology abuses, called Freedom From Covert Harassment and Surveillance(FFCHS).
Panel members exhibited a diverse array of vocations, such as a Superior Court Mediator to a former mayoral candidate to a telecommunications engineer. All described the proliferation of surveillance groups who possess advanced technologies whereby they stalk, harass, and cause severe mental and physical impairment to their victims, among other tactics, in ongoing attempts to destroy their lives.
The audience participation portion of the three-hour program as well as fans who tuned in later, revealed that the show created much interest for its listeners.
“There was a tremendous response from people all across the country and the world. Everyone loved it! I am still getting calls about that show. We had over 200 participants for this program,” exclaimed Ramisous, the show’s founder.
“It’s great to have had this opportunity to publicly convey what so many are secretly enduring. At this time there are few other remedies for victims except speaking up in a public venue,” said Derrick Robinson, guest host and organizer for the event.
Listener response was such that the group has been invited back for several monthly guest appearances on the show.
“It’s an eye-opener for the world. Gangstalking is something that’s happening to all people and all colors. I’d like to say, ‘Wake up world and we shall overcome,’ “enthused Elvira Williams, the catalyst for FFCHS’s invitation to appear.
The Legacy of a Nation is a blogtalkradio program, which focuses on African-American identity and cultural issues. It is based in Philadelphia, airs several times a week, and is hosted by its originator, Ramisous.