The concept of Strike Out Targeting began on the night of the February 27th exposure of Michael Hayden up in the University of North Florida and started to truly take form after the James Clapper event up in Roanoke, Virginia.
Originally the concept was to gather surveillance abuse survivors from across the country to one spot to bring awareness to this heinous program, but then for 2018, we decided to do something different, we heard about August 29th being a special day for Targeted Individuals, and we had already had in the works “The Empowered Dream” with Ani Kaspar, in which we were also planning on having a worldwide exposure in every time zone across the world, and having protests at all the state capitals simultaneously once it hit noon on the west coast, something that we will do in 2019. We had heard a little about T-Day, which Lewis Rowe of TI-USA was working on as well.
After much deliberation, my team and I, decided to move “The Empowered Dream” to early 2019, and Strike Out Targeting 2018 to August 29th. Strike Out Targeting 2018 had become the national exposure of the surveillance abuse programs across all fourteen baseball venues that were having games on August 29th.
Oakland Athletics at Houston Astros
Detroit Tigers at Kansas City Royals
New York Mets at Chicago Cubs
Seattle Mariners at San Diego Padres
Tampa Bay Devil Rays at Atlanta Braves
Toronto Blue Jays at Baltimore Orioles
Miami Marlins at Boston Red Sox
Minnesota Twins at Cleveland Indians
Milwaukee Brewers at Cincinnati Reds
Chicago White Sox at New York Yankees
Washington Nationals at Philadelphia Phillies
Pittsburgh Pirates at St. Louis Cardinals
Arizona Diamondbacks at San Francisco Giants
Los Angeles Dodgers at Texas Rangers.
Strike Out Targeting will continue in the future, and will expand to other types of sporting events as the corporate branding for awareness campaigns at sporting events. In addition, we will have Strike Out Targeting Events throughout the baseball seasons in the future and Strike Out Targeting 2019 will be at the All Star Game in 2019 at Progressive Field in Cleveland. We can not always commit to August 29th as the day of the week changes each year, and on some years it will fall on a Friday evening or Saturday afternoon, and we can not ever promote, or work on anything that falls on those time periods during the week. All of our events will occur between Sunday and Thursday.