As previously predicted, an Idle No More flash mob broke out today at Cool Springs Mall in Franklin, Tennessee at precisely two o'clock. Miraculously some one hundred and fifty or more members of the American Indian community of middle Tennessee and their supporters all found themselves co-located at the mall and spontaneously decided to gather together in a round dance, the likes of which has never been seen in the centers of Tennessee commercialism.
The mall reverberated as perhaps a dozen drummers and singers put their all into a resounding social song calling all those present to join hands and dance in unity. A ring of dancers progressed around the drummers with so many people a second ring would eventually split off and make the rounds. Banners expressing support for the growing Idle No More Movement and other Indigenous issues were present and proudly displayed.
The event occurred peacefully and without incident, as the local mall goers gathered in their typical fascination at an American Indian cultural exhibition. Afterwards a mall security guard was heard saying "that was great". The American Indian community of middle Tennessee should be lauded for their pride, unity, and devotion to the peaceful demonstration of their convictions on this momentous occasion.
And so the question arises: Will there be more of these events? Stay tuned, as the Idle No More Movement continues to grow to a deafening roar for Canada's Prime Minister Harper and all those who seek to marginalize First Nations/American Indians and their communities without a united response. The seventh generation, true to prophecy continues to make its voice heard.