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I am the 99% they don’t want you to see….

I am the 99% they don’t want you to see….

by Breezy Kiefair on Sunday, October 2, 2011 at 2:46pm ·

I am the 99% that they don’t want you to see…

I was born sick. I couldn’t help that. I was allergic even to my mother’s milk. They thought I would die. I didn’t. I have been sick my whole life. When i was younger, I went into periods of “remission” from my fibromyalgia pain but that has not happened in nearly 10 years. The doctors told me not to work at anything physical, i went to school (and into student debt hell) trying to get a degree that would allow me to get a job where it wouldn’t matter so much that i am so sick…. the doctors forbid me to continue after having medical crashes at school repeatedly…..

So i found the wonder treatment of cannabis and it gave me my passion for life back that BIG PHARMA POISON stole from me……. Now I shout about medical and religious use of cannabis and am much happier about who I am. I made a deal to buy land at $2.30 a day. I live off grid. I’m still in pain, I’m still sick… its still tragic, but I’m much happier this way than i was down in the tenements of the city dying the same government sanctioned death I was dying in town…. Its just a lot prettier noble death up here

The only funds i live on are given to me by Social Security Disability and the Food Stamp program. WHEN YOU ADD MY MONTHLY BENEFITS TOGETHER x 12 months, divided by 365 days you get….. $17.42 that is what is supposed to meet every need (food, shelter, clothing, medication, ect ect ect) for 1 person for 1 day…. now think about what these benefits are really designed to do…. to help me?

or to ensure i remain sick, get sicker and end up dead? welcome to my machine…. i been stuck in it since child hood….. don’t believe me? read more here:

the short 4 page version:

the more in depth, needs editing, 31 page version to help you understand why i sit at my machine fighting the machine day in and day out. — with Occupy Denver and Denver Occupied.


Breedheen O’Rilley Keefer

AKA Breezy Kiefair

AKA Denver Occupied

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~ Do all that you can to cultivate peace within yourself, that it might

shine out from you, and plant the seed of peace in other spirits, for them

to cultivate.~

{Remember… it is when we choose act on the issues that are in front of

our faces, when we choose to get involved instead of looking the other way

as our fellow man struggles, when we choose to take those small simple

little actions, working on righting little wrongs in our everyday lives that

really make change happen, those seemingly small actions are what really

make the world a better place and are a catalyst for greater social change.}

~Both quotes by Breedheen “Bree” O’Rilley Keefer~

AN Update for those planning on attending the Week Long Birthday Bonfire Bash for Breezy Kiefair the week of May 19, 2011


Hey Kampers,

Last night, under the full moon, I put up alcohol based tincture for my birthday in May and realized how quickly the party is approaching. I wanted to get a little group started amongst those who think that they will be attending my week long birthday party (even if you only plan to be here a day or two). I had a thought towards classes (basic survival, alcohol based tincture making, glassware cleaning and care, gardening, and so much more) for those attending the party, but soon realized that I probably don’t have the strength to teach for a week.

So, I ask you all… What are your talents? Do you have something you would like to teach the rest of us?

I’d also like to remind everyone that you will have to pull sagebrush for your campsite (I can tell you how to do it, I have the tools, and even my weak behind can do it). I am off grid… That means that I carry water from town 10 miles away and have no power source as my generator was stolen in March’s robbery. We DO have rattlesnakes up here, but they are rarely a problem and I will give you some safety tips when you get here. I’d advise everyone to bring boots with high ankles. Also, nights up here in the high mountain desert can be chilly. Please be sure to bring some warm clothes.

Other items you should think about bringing:

tents, tarps and rain chutes

water (a minimum of one gallon per person, per day… plus some to wash up in)



natural soaps

toilet paper

cameras (the scenery here is not to be missed!)

solar or car battery charging packs for batteries/computers/high tech devices (I have no way to charge them at present)

musical instruments for jam sessions around the bonfire

your medications (no herbal medication will be provided cause Breezy’s financially challenged)

and Anything else you can’t do without for a week (or longer if you are planning on staying at Mesa Kamp Kiefair for the long haul)

Cell phone service up here is spotty at best. If you are on verizion, net10, straight talk, or tracphone, you have a decent chance at waves of signals that get text messages out fairly well. Voice calls are a bit more difficult, but not impossible.

Watch for more updates as we move closer to party time.

May you all be blessed and send me a PM or text me at 720-280-2183 if you are interested in teaching the rest of us something while you are at Mesa Kamp Kiefair.


Breezy Kiefair

Founder, Mesa Kamp Kiefair

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