26 August 2005

Know your enemy II

In a sure sign of the coming apocalypse, a San Francisco news outlet goes into a little detail of life behind the scenes at Camp Cindy.Link here

“Cindy Sheehan kneels before a cross with her son's name on it, touches his picture, wipes her tears. It's an outpouring of emotion that is part of a scheduled news event organized daily for the television, radio and print reporters who crowd in to capture a mother's grief.”

Someone tell me how an honest outpouring of emotion (on demand, and on schedule) is real. This is Hollywood, folks.

“Organizers are set up in a house trailer. Their meetings closed to reporters.”

Why is that, I wonder? Maybe they’re just saving up for the TV show?

Apparently even some of the participants don’t like being pimped out for a national agenda: “Karen Meredith, Gold Star mother: "Sometimes things don't feel quite right to me. They don't feel wrong, but maybe that's how they do it in the marketing business."

Leading the way for poor little Cindy is a “Fenton Communications employee, Michele Mulkey, based in San Francisco. Fenton specializes in public relations for liberal non-profits”

Liberal non-profits? That’s putting it rather mildly. I did a bit of research tonight, (in my pajamas, no less) and well, let’s say I was not too surprised at the results. There are some common themes among the groups that are, in effect, supporting Cindy Sheehan:
1. They push for the globalization of the world with one world government.
2. They are anti-gun.
3. They are radical environmentalists.
4. They are anti-United States

As I’ve said before, these people are extremely well organized. For example, here’s your basic how-to of how to write news stories for the media from one of their environmental groups: http://www.environmentnow.org/resources-media-tip-media-tools.html and http://www.environmentnow.org/resources.html . There’s even books you can buy on how to report on the environment - from their leftist perspective of course: Link here.

You’ll also find no love lost for the United States, or its ability to protect itself. This little gem is from Greenpeace:
Greenpeace Link

“George Bush's war on Weapons of Mass Descruction [sic] had its first concrete result when the number of countries in the world with declared nuclear weapons increased to 8 from 7, when North Korea announced that it had built "enough nuclear weapons to deter a US attack."

Interesting as I remember the Clinton administration and Madeline Albright giving nuclear facilities to North Korea as long as they promised not to build any weapons with the nuclear material. Yet somehow, this winds up to be Bush’s fault. It also strikes me as odd that we’re supposed to act with international opinion in Iraq, but we are blamed for not acting unilaterally in North Korea.

Greenpeace also states that a world with America as the sole superpower is a bad thing: “The only thing that will stop the threat is the voice of the second superpower: world opinion.” What is unsaid is that America is the threat, folks.

Yet another client of Cindy’s PR firm is non other than George Soros. In fact, you can find his nasty fingerprints throughout many of the various groups.

Again, the US is the BAD guy:This here link.
In this article, we hear what a bad place America is in the world and our prisons in Abu Ghraib and Gitmo are eroding the rights of all people in the world.

“….from the post-September 11 roundup of Muslims, Arab-Americans, and South Asians to the continuing abuses at Guantanamo, the U.S. has badly eroded the human rights "brand."


“lawyers challenging torture at Guantanamo and Abu Ghraib, rural poor residents of Alabama trying to block a toxic waste dump in their town.”

Would it have been so hard to put a little sentence in there about hacking off the heads of innocent victims? Or, how about shooting prisoners in the back of the head after they’ve surrendered? Interesting to find out how apparently the United States of America is the root and cause of all evil in the world.

Amnesty International is also a client. The same Amnesty International that told the Brits that getting rid of jihadis and islamists is a violation of their human rights. What about the rights of the people that have been blown up I wonder? http://web.amnesty.org/library/Index/ENGEUR450332005

“The new measures, proposed today by the United Kingdom (UK) government, targeting non-nationals considered to be threatening public order, national security and the rule of law, violate basic human rights and the UK's international obligations, Amnesty International said today….”
"The vagueness and breadth of the definition of 'unacceptable behaviour' and 'terrorism' can lead to further injustice and risk further undermining human rights protection in the UK. Instead of strengthening security, they will further alienate vulnerable sections of society," Halya Gowan, Europe and Cental [sic] Asia Programme Deputy Director at Amnesty International, said.”

If the Brits deport one of these thugs, then that’s pretty bad too. “If the UK authorities reasonably suspect people of having committed certain criminal offences, their immediate duty is to bring criminally recognizable charges against them and promptly try them according to international fair trial standards instead of off loading them to a third country where they may be tortured." So, we’re back to the Clinton legacy of treating them as criminals and putting them on trial? And they’re worried about being tortured when they return to their homeland? Note to any thugs preaching hate in Britain: Stop. Or face the consequences.

In addition, the groups that are represented by poor old Cindy’s PR firm are after your guns. Both the Million Mom March and the Control Arms groups are clients. You wanna get a little nervous over who’s after your guns? http://www.controlarms.org/

Another group aligned with Cindy’s PR firm says it wants to fight terrorists, but without using force! And they have created a committee (don’t get me started on committees) with the United Nations to do just that.

“…the Forum and its partners at the Joan B. Kroc Institute have continued their work with various United Nations member states and other research institutions to improve the capacity of the United Nations to fight terrorism and advance innovative nonmilitary solutions to combating global terrorist threats.” Yes, folks, let’s hold hands and hope that we’re not the next to have our heads hacked off or have our kids blown up!! http://www.ctproject.info/ And yes, folks - they really want to help, but for the past two years, they’ve been too busy taking surveys and asking questions to actually DO anything. And we wonder why the UN let the slaughter in Rwanda take place??

But don’t worry dear readers, these guys are mainstream! Take a look at this list of supporters of one of the PR firms clients and let me know how many of these groups are “mainstream” to you: http://www.winwithoutwarus.org/html/coalition.html#members

So, the next time you hear on the news that Cindy Sheehan is speaking for the American people - is she speaking for you?

Edited by JR to protect the margins.
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