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Old 03-23-2005, 03:31 PM
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This is disgusting...why do they have to handcuff the kid? Maybe he will break free and beat the two cops? Cowards, cowards. Goddamn police state.

Gabriel Keys (foreground) is arrested by police officers for trespassing in Pinellas Park, Florida, March 23, 2005. The young protester attempted to take a glass of water into the Woodside Hospice for the brain-damaged Terri Schiavo. A federal judge rejected a request from the parents of Schiavo to order her feeding tube reinserted, dealing a blow to attempts by the U.S. Congress and the White House to prolong her life. REUTERS/Carlos Barria

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Old 03-23-2005, 03:44 PM
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Why am I not suprised? It's the new freedom. :-P Everyone lives and dies by the State these days. :-?
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Old 03-23-2005, 03:52 PM
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Checkout the "people treated as discards" thread. :-P
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Old 03-23-2005, 03:53 PM
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Can someone recap the story of Schiavo? I've not followed it at all. What IS the deal with this woman? Why does everyone want her dead and how can they commit judges, police and politicians to her case? What makes her so important?
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Old 03-23-2005, 04:03 PM
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Her ex-husband wants her dead. The family says he was abusive and that it is possible that he was to blame for her condition (beat the hell out of her). He got one million dollars from the doctors and spent it all. He also denied any kind of therapy to Terri and married another woman.
This, in any civilized court in the world would mean that he has no authority over her (he left her for another woman for God`s sake). Her parents want to take care of her, but the husband wants her dead, and unbelievable as it sounds, the Judiciary in the States is giving him reason.

This case is important also because it will create a precedent. The woman is NOT in a coma and she never said she wanted to die. She is only a disposable human being, in the eyes of the NWO. It is important for them to start to get rid of people like her, because it is part of their plan to "clean the earth".

This is also part of their plan for a culture of death, so much liked by satan.
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Old 03-23-2005, 04:06 PM
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It is 6pm here in Pinellas County.

I just came back from the vicinity of Terry's nursing home. What a crowd!!!

I had to park in a grocery store's parking lot.

Protesters: about 100 by the time I got there.
And this was on the main road, just off from where the nursing home is. I'm sure the property of where the nursing home is situated is crowded with cameras and such.

People praying, crying, holding signs. Traffic jam, accident.

I couldn't get close enough to the nursing home.

I just keep thinking that Terry know's she is dying, and can't speak to tell of her pain.

I get emotional.
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Old 03-23-2005, 10:15 PM
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Gentlemen it appears that we are in unison on the abject evil of this government-sanctioned murder. Let's stick together on this, ok?

If you really care about little Terri, why not bombard the Pinellas Park police with a few calls about their complicity in the starvation murder of this poor woman, Terri.

Ask them if they feel good about arresting small children and entire families who wanted to offer Terri some water.

"I was thirsty and you gave me water; I was hungry and you fed me. Whatever you do to the least of these among you, you do unto me," said Jesus.

I called today and read a Bible verse to some pathetic wretch in that stenched-filled police department; the woman laughed at me and hung up.

Is it too much to spend a few cents for Terri and let these godless police hear from America?

If you don't want these nazi-like murder-accomplices to have your number, hit *67 before dialing.

Non-Emergency (727) 541-0758 or (727) 544-1411
Administration (727) 541-0760
Community Complaince (727) 541-0753
Crime Prevention (727) 541-0761 or 541-0944
Criminal Investigations Section (CIS) (727) 541-0762
Police Records (727) 541-0765
Police Recruiting (727) 541-0861
Volunteer Information (727) 541-0805 ext 4729
Traffic Tip Line (727) 541-0884
Vice and Narcotic Tip Line (727) 548-TIPS (8477) or 541-0784
Seniors vs. Crime 727-541-0892
Victim Advocate 727-541-0766
Police Training Section 727-541-0727
Youth and DARE Services 727-541-0764 and 541-0864
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Old 03-24-2005, 11:35 AM
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Hi Ephi!

Listen, I don't mean to sound sarcastic, but *67 does NOT block your number for any government agency.
Maybe the receptionist of a government office won't see it, but where it is needed IT IS SEEN.
Plus, each number coming in is recorded, even when it is not seen.

I know of people that work in various areas of local and federal government, they have access to telephone numbers of calls coming in that might be threatening, and such.

Welcome to just a little bit of NWO, the picture is much grande!!!!

PS: I am one of the residents in Pinellas County that does SPEAK OUT!!

My name is on a number of petitions, etc. in regards to various issues.

PS: I know what it is like to be blacklisted.

Fortunately for me, I've been able to cut through some barriers when it comes to work, and other areas, as well as getting the same attention from police official when I need them, and to get my fair share to be heard. I am a human being, and a USA-born citizen. I make known that I want to be heard. Does this fail for me at times?? Yes! Do I try to step up to the plate again? Yes. Just like the "good ole boys" do. I don't sit on the back burner. I've been put there many times.

Is the NWO undefeatable? Let's just say, I feel we can still make a mark in regards to most issues.

Terry's case has been known for a decade to most.
But most were into there own daily lives, problems, "high", and other crap to do anything as a voice.

This does not just go for the Terry Shaivo case, but for all issues in regards to the NWO.

There have been too many sleepy heads, and they (for example) will not even boycott a product even when you tell them it is poisoning them and their kids. Sorry for such a example, but it is just to underscore.

So all due respect, you have a kind heart.
But for many, when their belly is full.....

Sincerely,
Helen (get_real)
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Old 03-24-2005, 01:02 PM
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Far out, GetReal! I'm so pleased that you speak out for those who are weak and can't speak for themselves. You are walking the Lord's walk when you take up the cause for "the least among us." Jesus said that you will be blessed for such.

I only wish that 10,000 people would break those police lines and force those snakes into total chaos.

Thanks for the headsup on the *67. I suspected that the fuzz defeated the system--now I know!

I never say anything that the bastards can take out of context or fabricate into a "threat" anyway. I know the game and I always trust the Lord to lay my enemies low. And He always does.

This government is long overdue for some of God's righteous wrath and punishment, and I pray that God will bring it upon them. And He will.

But first, I pray that they will come to His truth and turn away from their evil. Yes, I pray for my enemies. Jesus said that we must and if we will do so, then He will deal with those who want to harm us.

There are many ways that the Lord can "mysteriously" work. He can take the health away from a corrupt judge. (Judge Greer is almost totally blind, by the way--both physically and morally.) He can bring death or suffering to a judge's children, or allow them to ruin their life on drugs, or be killed in a car crash.

He can unleash a crazed meth-head upon a rogue cop some night in a dark alley. Cops are especially vulnerable to God's wrath because it is God who sets them into places of authority in the first place; just as sets judges in their seats. When they abuse that authority, they are exposed to the world of darkness where violence dwells.

When a rogue government begins to abuse the citizenry and there is no accountability when that government errs (Waco, Ruby Ridge, Terri, and a thousand other abuses), then that government becomes ripe for God's wrath.

Be patient, sports fans--the coming months may hold lots of surprises for the wicked.
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Old 03-24-2005, 02:14 PM
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Hypocrisy in the Schiavo Case

Editor's Note: Thousands of Afghan and Iraqi mmothers have been killed
by US Bombs. Their right-to-life is of no interest to many of the
blowhard Republicans and clergymen who are shopwing off their supposed
moral superiority in the Terry Schiavo case. Once again they are being
suckered by Skull-and-Bones Satanist George W. Bush's agenda of
political expediency: if Bush murders thousands of mwomen in Iraq and
Afghanistan, then what makes anyone think that he truly cares for the
life of one woman in Florida? Especially in light of the fact that Bush
signed a right-to-die law while he was governor of Texas!

Bush Hypocrisy in Schiavo Case:
Limited Government & States Rights Discarded

by Eli Pariser

On Sunday, Tom DeLay and Bill Frist, the Republican congressional
leaders, convened an emergency meeting of Congress to pass a bill
concerninh the Terri Schiavo tragedy. And although in five years no
other issue has prompted President Bush to return to Washington during a
vacation—including the tsunami—Bush flew back from his ranch in Texas to
sign it.[1]

Bush, Frist, and DeLay claim that they're acting out of concern for Ms.
Schiavo. But a memo intended only for Republican Senators—uncovered by
ABC News—reveals Republicans' true concern: "...this is a great
political issue...this is a tough issue for Democrats."[2] This story
also takes the heat off Tom DeLay, who is facing a number of serious
ethics charges and legal scandals.[3]

That's why Congress' interference is such an ugly and shameful incident
of political grandstanding. There's no legislative purpose here, just a
blatant attempt to play politics with someone's life.

Sincere conservatives activists are concerned about Congress's
interference in this case. GOP pollster Tony Fabrizi told the L.A.
Times, "It becomes a more crystallized proof point that we are no longer
the party of smaller government. We have become a party of 'It doesn't
matter what size the government is as long as it is imposing our set of
values.'"[4]

David Davenport of the Hoover Institute, a conservative research
organization, stated, "When a case like this has been heard by 19 judges
in six courts and it's been appealed to the Supreme Court three times,
the process has worked even if it hasn't given the result that the
social conservatives want. For Congress to step in really is a violation
of federalism."[5]

Medical ethicists are also outraged at the armchair diagnoses of
Republican doctors in Congress, including Senate Majority Leader Bill
Frist. As the Associated Press reported: "It's disturbing that doctors
who would never venture a comment about the health of anybody from a
homemade video are sitting on the floor of Congress making
declarations..."[6]

And reporters are now raising questions about a right-to-die law Bush
signed as Texas governor, contradicting his position in the Schiavo
case. Just last week, the law was applied for the first time, allowing
doctors to remove a critically ill infant from life support against his
mother's wishes. According to the Houston Chronicle, this marks the
first time in American history that courts allowed a pediatric patient
to die against the wishes of their parent.[7] As the Knight Ridder News
service reports:

"The mother down in Texas must be reading the Schiavo case and
scratching her head," said Dr. Howard Brody, the director of Michigan
State University's Center for Ethics and Humanities in the Life
Sciences. "This does appear to be a contradiction." Brody said that, in
taking up the Schiavo case, Bush and Congress had shattered a body of
bioethics law and practice."[8]

"To have the legislative and executive branches of the federal
government mobilize on a Sunday as fast as if we'd declared war in order
to intervene in a family's medical dispute is, frankly, frightening.
It's an unprecedented intrusion by the highest echelons of federal power
into a private hospital room. It's dangerous. And more than a little
Orwellian" (Augusta Chronicle, 3/22).

Footnotes:

1. Schiavo case exposes political divide in U.S., Reuters AlertNet
http://www.alertnet.org/thenews/newsdesk/N21351168.htm

2. GOP Talking Points on Terri Schiavo, ABC News
http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/Schiavo/story?id=600937

3. DeLay Under Fire Over Ethics, Associated Press
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=667&id=5254-5096150-0DYMAq7X_4eYJxKP0MmSaw

4. Some in GOP Fear Effort May Alienate Voters, L.A. Times
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=668&id=5254-5096150-0DYMAq7X_4eYJxKP0MmSaw

5. G.O.P. Right Is Splintered on Schiavo Intervention, New York Times
http://www.nytimes.com/2005/03/23/politics/23repubs.html

6. Physicians in Congress criticized, Associated Press
http://msnbc.msn.com/id/7263055/

7. Baby dies after hospital removes breathing tube, Houston Chronicle
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=669&id=5254-5096150-0DYMAq7X_4eYJxKP0MmSaw

8. Law Bush signed prompts cries of hypocrisy, Knight Ridder Newspapers
http://www.moveon.org/r?r=670&id=5254-5096150-0DYMAq7X_4eYJxKP0MmSaw
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