Yes, so this movement is apparently about goats standing up for peace. I asked my lady, "Standing up for a piece of what? Pie??" and she rolled her eyes at me and said "Lucky Nickel, not THAT kind of piece." Then she furrowed her eyebrows and said "In any event, you are too fat, and may not have pie."
After I did some more explaining, finally, the little goat brain light bulbs began a slow but sputtering glow. The only way I could manage to encourage them was through the use of some strategically placed attractant. Here you can see, from left to right, Lotus, Horton and Coffee standing up for peace. I am in the very front of the picture, just a little bit (accidentally of course) because I had to coordinate the whole event.
My lady spent excessive amounts of time cooing over the llamas and giving them neck rubs and other unfair attention, because really it should be lavished upon me, but that is another matter entirely. She finally came back and I saw her coming over in the oncoming darkness, and I alerted her to a non-conforming behavior. She was a little confused as she stumbled over in the darkness, nearly tripping on blades of grass and other great distractions.
It's so embarrassing when I am the only smart goat on the farm and I have to watch this sort of thing.
My lady said she thought we'd done quite well with our standing up, at which point I was the one rolling my eyes because she really doesn't have very high standards if she thought this was sufficient.
So I'll be back in the barn, laying on a hay bale, available for consultations or anything else you might need. Just don't ask me to organize a group of goats. They're not worth the trouble.