Sunday, November 29, 2009

Cindy Sheehan assaulted by Veteran

Image stolen [from here]

Should your politics, expression of free speech, and who you are determine whether, or not, someone who assaults you is arrested and prosecuted? Should who commits a crime determine whether they are arrested and prosecuted, or not? Shouldn't we have equal justice in America?

Video of latest Sheehan incident [found here]

From Cindy Sheehan's blog:

Sunday, November 29, 2009

"Killing is right and proper" (What happened at Travis AFB, yesterday)

“The Killing is Right and Proper”

Cindy Sheehan

Yesterday, Bay Area CODEPINK and I, started our caravan to Creech AFB in Nevada with a morning peace rally at Travis AFB in Fairfield, CA.

After we got there we were informed that we had to move off the base and were shown by MPs where we could protest. As good warriors for free speech and peace, we groused about it and we were moving forward to where we were supposed to go, when a very angry older man pulled up and started yelling at us to: “Don’t go, I want to counter protest you.” I told him, first of all, he shouldn’t be drinking so early in the morning, and secondly not to worry, that we were going anywhere, we were just moving about 100 yards away. [more from source]

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I met up with some members of Code Pink in Minneapolis Minnesota at the Free Press NCMR event:

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Afghanistan War + More Troops = Catastrophe (Full Video)

Brave New Conversations: Daniel Ellsberg and Matt Hoh Pt. 1

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Daniel Ellsberg (the man who helped end the Vietnam War when he leaked the Pentagon Papers to the New York Times) and Matthew Hoh (the first known US official to resign in protest of the Afghan war) stopped by our studios for a special Conversation about the war in Afghanistan. As an introduction to Brave New Conversations, we are inviting you and everyone you know to view the first half of this historic conversation (30 minutes) for free! Please join the conversation at

Steven G. Erickson responds to the above video, 11-30-2009, 9:30 AM EST:

[click here] for Peter Brewton 1992 video interview. (Scroll down in post)

Text that I supplied with above youtube video as posted on
This video is responding to the one I viewed by Brave New Video, here:

I do think a lot of the mess the USA is in started with George H. W. Bush, the CIA, looting of banks, etc back in the 1980's. Pete Brewton, an author, journalist, and journalism professor, talks about George H. W. Bush being a drug lord, organized crime, spook in this 1992 interview:
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(scroll down in post for video and more information)

The reason, I, Steven G. Erickson, blog and post videos can be found here:
It is my core argument that the Connecticut State Police and Court personnel are complicit in promoting prostitution, vandalism, the break up of families, harm children, terrorize citizens, are involved in domestic spying, and there seems to be an official policy to use police informants to aid police in the distribution of heroin and crack cocaine.

More here on the scourge of official drug dealing:

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cindy, you are a terrible person, your heckeling and banter are falling on deaf ears, get on with your life. Amd if you think your son is proud he probably is not since he is nolonger living. you shame him and the cause he faught for. I thank him for his service to our country but you are a discrace.

Sunday, November 29, 2009 11:18:00 PM  
Blogger The Stark Raving Viking said...

you are entitled to your opinion.

I posted videos in a blog called,"The Mafia, CIA, and George Bush". I suggest you check it out.

I fully support our troops not dying for banksters, drug lords, and war corporation criminals.

I find it offensive that so many Americans willing pay taxes to organized criminals. If there was honesty in the US, the Federal Reserve "Bank" would be audited.

I feel bad for any Americans that were sent over to Iraq or to Afghanistan to bleed, burn, and possibly die for liars. It is a shame so many good Americans have to die in such horrific ways. The PTSD is going to haunt many souls for decades.

Those having America fight perpetual war are bankrupting a nation. We are soon to be in ruins.

Monday, November 30, 2009 12:46:00 AM  

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