The Commons venue was packed out with well over 550 enthusiastic attendees who had traveled to be there from all over the United States and Canada. Participants from overseas included Paris, Italy and even Iran.
Over 20 speakers addressed a notably much younger audience than might have been expected, including students and youth under 18. One young lady, just 15 years old, wrote after the Expo ended,
It was an encouragement to see so many people who have and who want to step outside of the box. And the emphasis that change starts with us; WE ARE NOT DOOMED, THERE IS HOPE!”
Some of the Expo was live-streamed to Facebook by Infowars’ Millie Weaver and her husband Gavin, and immediately gathered views upwards of 50,000 per day.
When prepared in about one month, video segments of the Expo will be replayed on high-definition Youtube… FOR FREE. It will be a limited engagement for each segment however, played out over a number of days. Thereafter, the full DVD video set will be made available for purchase.
Most people agreed that the Red Pill expo was the most significant event of the decade, and that perhaps it was the spark that could ignite a movement.
My presentation on Technocracy was extremely well-received; one person thanked me afterward and said “Your talk made the entire conference worthwhile for me.” By signing up for the FREE replay – coming soon – you will be able to hear my presentation, along with all of the other great presenters.