Saturday, February 19, 2011

Gestapo Police Invade George Washington University Under The Watchful Eye Of Hillary Clinton

There's more to this story than meets the eye.  Right under the nose (and eyes) of the speaker at the podium, Hillary Clinton, who is speaking about the people's right to protest (in Cairo) a silent protester in the audience is man-handled by the gestapo-like police.  This astonishing act by the police was clearly uncalled for and should have demanded action by the remaining audience members but they apparently are already collectively brainwashed by the power seekers.  Truly patriotic Americans would have come to the rescue of this lone protester and subdued the unpatriotic police who were clearly in the wrong!  There is no excuse for the action taken by the police and those responsible should be arrested not only for the bodily harm inflicted on the individual but clearly and undeniable infringement on
that person's Constitutional civil rights. 
Flipping over to the University's website I wanted to see how they reported on this story...not good!  They not only failed to mention the gestapo tactics used by those enforcing the restraints of freedom, they wandered off into yet another astonishing revelation and did nothing to correct the outlandish vow of the speaker:
"Secretary Clinton vowed to invest $25 million this year in counter-censorship technology to protect Internet freedom across the globe. She also announced a new office for cyber issues within the State Department. By the end of the year, the Obama administration will complete an international strategy for cyberspace, adding that ensuring an open Internet is a U.S. foreign policy priority."
As Congressman Davy Crockett once said, "It's not yours to spend." and since when does the Department of State have the authority to appropriate funds...clearly (and Constitutionally) a responsibility of the the House of Representatives.  Further, whenever Hillary Clinton opens her mouth about the Internet why doesn't anyone (in this case George Washington Univerisity) jump right in and ask her what she did with the $119,250.00 she pocketed from the Internet neutrality dictators. Further, further... (in reference to "...protect Internet freedom across the globe") It's none of your damn business what other countries do with the Internet and especially when it come to spending my money, "It's not yours to spend!"   ~ Norman E. Hooben
The following from: Sky Valley Chronicle
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Claims vet was manhandled for silent protest

February 18, 2011

(NATIONAL) -- Could it be the U.S. government thinks peaceful, civilian protest against government is fine on the streets of Cairo, Egypt but not on U.S. soil?

As Secretary of State Hillary Clinton gave a speech at George Washington University yesterday condemning governments that arrest protestors and do not allow free expression - and lauding freedom of speech on the Internet - 71-year-old military veteran Ray McGovern was grabbed from the audience in plain view of her by police and an unidentified official in plain clothes and hustled out of the building and, according to McGovern and his supporters, was “brutalized and left bleeding in jail.”

What McGovern did was simply remain standing silently in the audience and turned his back on her as Secretary Clinton began her speech.

That was it.

McGovern, a veteran Army officer who also worked as a C.I.A. analyst for 27 years, was wearing Veterans for Peace t-shirt.
Blind-sided by security officers who pounced upon him, McGovern remarked, as he was hauled out the door, "So this is America?"
According to Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, attorney with the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, “For this peaceful expression of dissent, he ended up bruised, bloodied, arrested, and jailed. Secretary Clinton never paused, continuing her speech lecturing other countries about the need to allow freedom of expression and dissent, while Mr. McGovern was hauled out in front of her.”
McGovern was later found to have his arm covered with bruises. The metal handcuffs were fastened so tightly that his wrists were cut and some blood flowed from the cuts.

After being held by local police, McGovern was told he was being charged with disorderly conduct.

Watch the incident in the video below.

Veterans for Peace is demanding an apology from Secretary of State Clinton.


Lew Waters said...

I may disagree with McGovern's views, but we served and fought so we all could have the right to protest and dissent if we feel strongly about it.

Had this happened to any protester during the Bush era, you can bet the blamestream media would for days on end ran headlines about Nazi tactics being used.

Olbermann would have had a field day and scum like Franken et al would be demanding congressional investigations.

Since it was Hillary and under the Obama administration, nothing to see here, move along.

redhawk said...

It apperas that the LOON Doublew Standards are alive and well.... The Traitors in positions of power in this administrations support Mus;lim and Union driven demonstartions everywhere BUT let PATRIOTS try to protest their Lunacies in the Streets and they get all Bent out of shape.....It's getting UGLY out there.SO the WH approved propaganda office ( DNC) can pay Comminists and Demonstrators to go and protest in WI ... accept Governmant employees to walk out of the jobs and applaud their Communist ways and we the People are saying?????? Obummer is really showing his RED Underwear....

Anonymous said...

This is a really good cause for the students to protest the police action...exactly what Hilary Clinton was speaking about the people's right to protest in Cairo. If it's good for Cairo, It's good for George Washington University. The amazing thing here was the single protestor was not making a disturbing sound until the gestapo police arrived on scene. Turning your back to a speaker does not warrant police interference...the police in this situation need about three months jail time with daily readings of the U.S. Constitution

Storm'n Norm'n said...

As they say in Alabama, "I hear that!"