From: prothinkRe: STUDENT TASEREDB // REMEMBER KENT STATE:Tue Sep 18, 2007 22:52
Re: STUDENT TASERED FOR ASKING SEN KERRY ABOUT VOTER SUPPRESSION
REPLY / REACTION TO STUDENT TASERED
The ground shaking radio show that will snap your neck in odd
directions if you listen for a while
Ecstasy and other party drugs used to be an import-only business. But now, home-grown gangs are figuring out the trick to pill-making and flooding the market with their wares. JAMES MORROW in Sydney and SHAUN DAVIES in Melbourne report on the growing drug industry in our own backyards.
Continue reading "X in the Suburbs: April 05 issue"
The World Changers
The government became intolerant of Hoffman's repeated attacks of their sacred cows and tried to silence him. Thus, Hoffman became an outlaw political organizer, revolutionary, and activist.
Abbie fought injustice globally and against all forms of governmental suppression. His use of satire and humorous theatrics captured the attention of the media and thus opened society's eyes to the problems at hand. His method of fighting continues to stir the human intellect and challenges us to create a better world for all. This man creatively and through unconventional means enlightened a nation and called them into action. Hoffman shows us all, by his living example that one man alone can make a difference and impact how all of us see the world.
REMEMBER KENT STATE:
KENT STATE 1970: May 1 through May 4
Description of Events
May 4 Task Force students
KENT STATE UNIVERSITY
On April 30th, President Nixon announced on national television that a massive American-South Vietnamese troop offensive into Cambodia was in progress. "We take these actions," Nixon said, "not for the purpose of expanding the war into Cambodia, but for the purpose of ending the war in Vietnam, and winning the just peace we all desire."
These were familiar words to a war-weary public. Some felt that this decision was essential for attaining a "just peace" and sustaining America's credibility in the world. Yet others, particularly students, believed that this action represented an escalation of the war and a return to ex-President Johnson's earlier hopes for a military victory. As the fires from the artillery began to burn in Cambodia, a raging fire of protest spread across the United States.
37th Annual May 4 , 1970, Commemoration: KSU, May 2-4, 2007, All events free -- public welcome -- JOIN US!
Submitted by webmaster on Wed, 2007-04-18 01:04.
MAY 4 TASK FORCE
"Truth: The First Casualty of War"
May 2 - 4, 2007
Kent State University
NOTE: Mary Ann Vecchio will be the guest of the Kent May 4 Center in Kent, Ohio, during May 1-5, 2007. She will offer a KSU comment on May 4 at the noon commemoration.
May 2: 3:45-5 p.m. Guided Campus Tours with Thomas Hensley and May 4th State Historical Marker Commemoration, Kiva, KSU Student Center.
INVITATION: Our dear friend, Dr. Tom Grace, our esteemed May 4, 1970 casualty, comrade and historian, will deliver an oration upon the dedication of the Ohio state historical marker at the Kent State University campus on the afternoon of May 2, 2007. You are invited! Join us.
May 2 - 3
The 8th Annual Kent State University administration-sponsored "Symposium on Democracy" ...more info on symposium: http://www.kent.edu/About/History/May4/Democracy/2007events.cfm
May 3: 5;30pm-6;30pm, "Meet and Greet" wounded survivors of May 4, 1970, Kent State shooting incident. Robby Stamps, Dean Kahler, Tom Grace, Joe Lewis, Jim Russell , Alan Canfora and perhaps others will make a united statement against the Bush/Cheney war in Iraq. Public welcome. May 4 Room in KSU library.
TOM HAYDEN keynote speech, May 3, 2007, at 7:30-9pm in the Kiva auditorium, KSU Student Center. Tom Hayden founded Students for a Democratic Society, SDS, in 1962. See his great anti-war web site: http://www.tomhayden.com/ *** Come early. Packed house, certainly.
» read more
Kent May 4 Center exposes secret 1970 verbal order to shoot. KENT STATE COVER-UP ENDED May 1, 2007! New investigations?
Submitted by Alan Canfora on Fri, 2007-01-26 03:48.
“RIGHT HERE, GET SET, POINT, FIRE!” – exact words of the recently-discovered Ohio National Guard verbal command to shoot unarmed Kent State students on May 4, 1970. Seconds before the massacre, which ONG officer shouted this order? General Robert Canterbury? Lieutenant Colonel Charles Fassinger? Major Harry Jones? KENT STATE COVER-UP ENDED May 1, 2007!
Click here for EXCLUSIVE April 30, 2007, Alan Canfora preview announcement of proof of 1970 ORDER TO FIRE by KBOO radio in Portland, Oregon -- audio file (Windows Media)
4/30 KBOO Exclusive: THERE WAS AN ORDER to shoot students at Kent State in 1970
Main Page -
Message Board by American Patriot Friends Network [APFN]
APFN MESSAGEBOARD ARCHIVES