Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree
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"If we don't pay attention to these efforts [nonviolent protests], they are invisible, and it's as if they never happened. But I have seen first hand that if we do, they will multiply. If they multiply their influence will grow.... These leaders have proven that nonviolence works in places like Budrus [in Palestine].... Let's give them attention so they can prove it works everywhere."
Derrick J's Victimless Crime Spree shines a bright light on the activism that Free State Project participants are doing in New Hampshire to increase awareness of the many injustices perpetrated by government today.
In the film we get to meet many members of the growing liberty community in New Hampshire and get a sense that they are very kind and welcoming. Derrick J says in the film how surprised he was to find that he felt right at home only a few days after moving to New Hampshire.
This film was made on a very low budget using a lot of amateur footage, but is still an enjoyable watch and contains some very powerful scenes.
One memorable moment was Derrick J getting arrested for his act of civil disobedience in which he held a small amount of marijuana and sang John Lennon's "Give Peace a Chance."
In my view it is insane that people still let "government officials" get away with committing these crimes (arresting peaceful people) without facing any consequences whatsoever.
Let's pay attention to the nonviolent activism being done in New Hampshire by watching this film and sharing it with others so we can create a more just and peaceful world.
I now live in New Hampshire, just north of Keene.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I found his positive thinking throughout the film to be inspiring. His activism is exactly what this world needs!Published 7 months ago by Scott Summers
This is a great film that shows even greater activism.
The sound issues seem to be a problem with Amazon. Read more
Excellent movie, my only warning is that after watching you may find yourself checking out The Free State Project and planning a move to New Hampshire, but hey that's not a bad... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Ross Dailey
I enjoyed his "crime spree" and this documentary. I've seen it more than 3 times. Keep on keepin on for freedom.Published 12 months ago by Chris
Great movie making a bunch of public officials look dumb and obsolete.Published 12 months ago by chris
Glad to see this video on Amazon. I had originally seen this on YouTube and really enjoyed it. Derrick's various interactions with the "authorities" really point out a lot... Read morePublished 12 months ago by N Christensen