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Boston Activists Arrested After Sleeping in Senator's Office (english)
by Patrick Keaney
Email: PKeaney (nospam) netway.com
05 Feb 2003
Modified: 06 Mar 2003
Two of U.S. senator John Kerry’s constituents were led from his Boston office in handcuffs early this morning. Patrick Keaney, 33, of Brighton, Mass., and Matthew Osborn, 24, of Brookline, Mass., were taken by local police to Boston’s Area A police station for booking after being charged with trespassing
TWO ANTI-WAR ACTIVISTS ARRESTED
IN JOHN KERRY’S BOSTON OFFICE
For Immediate Release: February 4, 2003
Contact: Patrick Keaney – (617) 254-2918
Matthew Osborn – (617) 306-8480
EARLY MORNING ARRESTS FOLLOW 12-HOUR OCCUPATION
Kerry closed his Boston office to visitors today – still refuses to sign Kennedy resolution
BOSTON – Two of U.S. senator John Kerry’s constituents were led from his Boston office in handcuffs early this morning. Patrick Keaney, 33, of Brighton, Mass., and Matthew Osborn, 24, of Brookline, Mass., were taken by local police to Boston’s Area A police station for booking after being charged with trespassing. They were released this morning after a hearing at Boston Municipal Court. The next hearing will be on March 4.
Keaney and Osborn, along with a third man, Michael Gainer, 28, of Boston, took a page out of the former senator’s own playbook by conducting a sit-in designed to raise public awareness about an unpopular war. Kerry voted with the majority last year to authorize Bush’s use of force against Iraq, prompting a local activist to run a write-in candidacy against him that garnered over 20,000 votes. Calls and letters to the senator’s office regarding the vote on Bush’s war authorization bill ran 100-to-1 against.
Last week, Kerry’s senate colleague and fellow Mass. delegation member Ted Kennedy introduced Senate Resolution 32, urging another authorization by Congress for war, as well as an extended window of opportunity for arms inspectors to do their work in Iraq. Kerry has steadfastly refused to sign the resolution, ignoring an ever-growing resistance to the Iraq war in all corners of the Commonwealth.
"Senator Kerry’s staffers talked a lot to us about the speech he gave on the Senate floor prior to voting for Bush’s Iraq war plan," said Osborn, after his arrest. "They gave us the impression that what mattered more was the rhetoric the senator read into the record, and not the actual vote. It was the same with the Kennedy resolution. They said he wasn’t going to sign it, but that a better way to gauge his opposition to Bush’s war was to read a recent speech he gave at Georgetown University. It was ridiculous."
Keaney agreed. "What Senator Kerry doesn’t seem to realize is that there is an important difference between word and deed. We, and others like us, are prepared to stop talking about our opposition to this war, and take nonviolent direct action to express our dissatisfaction with his opposition to the Bush administration’s planned war on Iraq. We hear Kerry wants to be the next president – it’s high time he started acting like a leader."
Good Point (english)
by Jon Chance
jpchance (nospam) egroups.com (unverified)
09 Feb 2003
Good essays, Patrick.
And good point that it would be nice if John Forbes "Skull & Bones" Kerry acted like a leader for citizens rather than another puppet politician bribed and blackmailed by the transnational corporate evil empire including, but not limited to:
Let their tower of terror crumble!
We can build a world with equal rights and equal responsibilities as soon as these silly old farts retire.
Atop of the Collapsing Pyramid Scheme (english)
by Jon Chance
jpchance (nospam) egroups.com (unverified)
10 Feb 2003
Well, the local COINTELPROs in the Mass Greenwash Party and other guilty "white liberal" rackets have censored my reply to their slander once again.
But as a reminder, all these little politically correct totalitarians - as well as white-collar terrorists such as the UN's World Bank Group, the Federal Reserve Corporation, the Bilderberg Group - are little more than puppets for the 200-year-old Rothschild Group:
And the Boston IMC - censoring vital historical and legal information - is just another COINTELPRO outfit that sends little e-bombs to those who share such information.
Kerry is an empty suit (english)
(No verified email address)
10 Feb 2003
'An empty car pulled up to the Senate Office Building and John Kerry got out'.
He isn't going to risk anything--why should he? Form is everything. The sheeple have proven they can't tell the difference between form and substance or he'd have been out on his ear before now. So why change a winning game.
"Where is the rest of me?" (english)
by Christopher Robinson
chrisrobinson (nospam) rocketmail.com (unverified)
06 Mar 2003
Kerry should investigate the serious medical malpractice that
resulted in the recent removal of his balls.
Re: Boston Activists Arrested After Sleeping in Senator's Office (Kerry Skull & Bones Pro INvasion.)
by Kerry Skull & Bones
(No verified email address)
20 Jan 2004
Portion of John Kerry remarks on NBC's "Meet the Press" May 6, 2001:
MR. RUSSERT: You mentioned you're a military guy. There's been a lot of
discussion about Bob Kerrey, your former Democratic colleague in the
Senate, about his talking about his anguish about what happened in Vietnam.
You were on this program 30 years ago as a leader of the Vietnam Veterans
Against the War. And we went back and have an audiotape of that and some
still photos. And your comments are particularly timely in this
overall discussion of Bob Kerrey. And I'd like for you to listen to
those with our audience and then try to put that war into some
(Audiotape, April 18, 1971):
MR. CROSBY NOYES (Washington Evening Star): Mr. Kerry, you said at one time or
another that you think our policies in Vietnam are tantamount to genocide
and that the responsibility lies at all chains of command over there. Do
you consider that you personally as a Naval officer committed atrocities in
Vietnam or crimes punishable by law in this country?
KERRY: There are all kinds of atrocities, and I would have to say that,
yes, yes, I committed the same kind of atrocities as thousands of other
soldiers have committed in that I took part in shootings in free fire
zones. I conducted harassment and interdiction fire. I used 50 calibre
machine guns, which we were granted and ordered to use, which were our only
weapon against people. I took part in search and destroy missions, in the
burning of villages. All of this is contrary to the laws of warfare, all of
this is contrary to the Geneva Conventions and all of this is ordered as a
matter of written established policy by the government of the United States
from the top down. And I believe that the men who designed these, the men
who designed the free fire zone, the men who ordered us, the men who signed
off the air raid strike areas, I think these men, by the letter of the law,
the same letter of the law that tried Lieutenant Calley, are war criminals.
Here is some more info about Kerry from former VIETNAM POW Michael Benge...
John Kerry's war record
When Mr. Kerry pontificated at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on Veterans
Day, a group of veterans turned their backs on him and walked away. They
remembered Mr. Kerry as the anti-war activist who testified before Congress
during the war, accusing veterans of being war criminals. The dust jacket
of Mr. Kerry's pro-Hanoi book, "The New Soldier," features a photograph of
his ragged band of radicals mocking the U.S. Marine Corps Memorial, which
depicts the flag-raising on Iwo Jima, with an upside-down American flag.
Retired Gen. George S. Patton III charged that Mr. Kerry's actions as an
anti-war activist had "given aid and comfort to the enemy," as had the
actions of Ramsey Clark and Jane Fonda. Also, Mr. Kerry lied when he threw
what he claimed were his war medals over the White House fence; he later
admitted they weren't his. Now they are displayed on his office wall.
Long after he changed sides in congressional hearings, Mr. Kerry lobbied
for renewed trade relations with Hanoi. At the same time, his cousin C.
Stewart Forbes, chief executive for Colliers International, assisted in
brokering a $905 million deal to develop a deep-sea port at Vung Tau,
Vietnam ? an odd coincidence.
As noted in the Inside Politics column of Nov. 14 (Nation), historian
Douglas Brinkley is writing Mr. Kerry's biography. Hopefully, he'll include
the senator's latest ignominious feat: preventing the Vietnam Human Rights
Act (HR2833) from coming to a vote in the Senate, claiming human rights
would deteriorate as a result. His actions sent a clear signal to Hanoi
that Congress cares little about the human rights for which so many
Americans fought and died.
The State Department ranked Vietnam among the 10 regimes worldwide least
tolerant of religious freedom. Recently, 354 churches of the Montagnards, a
Christian ethnic minority, were forcibly disbanded, and by mid-October,
more than 50 Christian pastors and elders had been arrested in Dak Lak
province alone. On Oct. 29, the secret police executed three Montagnards by
lethal injection simply for protesting religious repression. The communists
are conducting a pogrom against the Montagnards, forcing Christians to
drink a mixture of goat's blood and alcohol and renounce Christianity.
Thousands have been killed or imprisoned or have just "disappeared." The
Montagnards lost one-half of their adult male population fighting for the
United States, and without them, there might be thousands more American
names on that somber black granite wall at the Vietnam memorial.
As Mr. Kerry contemplates a run for the presidency, people must remember
that he has fought harder for Hanoi as an anti-war activist and a senator
than he did against the Vietnamese communists while serving in the Navy in
Foreign Service officer and former Vietnam POW (1968 to 1973)
Here is a bit of info about Kerry and his Skull & Bones connections...
Kerry made his Bones in secret club - like Bush
by Andrew Miga
Thursday, May 15, 2003
WASHINGTON - Sen. John F. Kerry expounds on many issues in his presidential campaign, but he's completely silent on one topic: his membership in Skull and Bones, Yale's infamous secret society.
``John Kerry has absolutely nothing to say on that subject. Sorry,'' said Kerry spokeswoman Kelley Benander.
Kerry is a respected senator and a decorated Vietnam War combat veteran, but 36 years after he was initiated into what has been called the ``ultimate old boy network,'' he's wary of breaking the ultra-exclusive club's strict secrecy code.
There's also another high-profile member of the club: President Bush.
Bonesmen already are buzzing over the prospect of the first Bones vs. Bones presidential race should Kerry win his party's nomination and face Bush in 2004.
``Bones don't care who wins,'' said author Alexandra Robbins, whose book ``Secrets of the Tomb'' pierced the secrecy shrouding the 171-year-old society. ``If Kerry wins, it's still a Bones presidency.''
Robbins calls the group ``probably the most secretive and successful club in America,'' and adds, ``It's also pretty bizarre.''
Every year, 15 Yale juniors are tapped for the club, which holds meetings twice a week in a crypt-like building known as the ``Tomb.''
Robbins described the interior, replete with skulls and skeletons, as a cross between the ``Addams Family'' and a slightly shabby English men's club.
There are bizarre initiation rites, including a ceremony where new members must spend an evening before a roaring fire in the Tomb recounting details of their sexual history to fellow members.
Kerry was tapped for the club in 1968, two years after Bush, whose father and grandfather were also Bonesmen. Kerry's brother-in-law from his first marriage, David Thorne, was Bones. So was the late husband of Kerry's current wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry. The Bones alumni roster is flush with CIA officials, business moguls, congressmen and Supreme Court justices. The club owns a secluded 40-acre island retreat on the St. Lawrence River.
In 1986, Kerry allegedly tried to recruit Jacob Weisberg, then a college-age intern at ``The New Republic'' magazine.
Weisberg, now Slate magazine editor, said Kerry made his pitch during a private meeting in his Senate office. Weisberg declined, pointedly asking Kerry how he squared his liberalism with membership in such an elitist club that refused to admit women. ``Kerry got sort of flustered and said, `I've marched with battered women,' '' Weisberg told the Herald.
Five years later, Kerry was among those voting to force the club to admit women after a bitter court fight.
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