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For me it is All About Being of Service & Living the Life of the Give-Away....

Being Mindful of those who are unable to speak for themselves; our Non-Two Legged Relations and the Future Generations.

It's about walking on the Canka Luta Waste Behind the Cannunpa and the ceremonies.

It's about Mindfulness and Respect. It's about Honesty and owning up to my foibles.

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Sunday, July 31, 2016

Campaign Of Violence And Intimidation Against Sanders Uncovered

I told you....

That people thought he would just quit was ludicrous, but then people are stupid (even the idealistic ones who want change)

Remember Ross Perot? They threatened to kill his family too when he ran for president....

As for the Heinous Harpy.....
Do Not Forget there have always been EVIL Women in political power:

Delilah (Samson & Delilah),
Salome and her mother Herodias..... John the Baptist....
Bloody Mary Tudor
Wu Zetian... Murdering Chinese Empress
Ilsa Kock.... Nazi
Irma Grese.... Nazi
Elizabeth Bathroy.... Political Murderess
Dorthea Binz.... Nazi
Biljana Plavsic.... Political Murderess (Making a comeback)
Isabel de Castilla.... Queen of Spain
Ranavalona.... Empress Madagascar

Campaign Of Violence And Intimidation Against Sanders Uncovered

Bernie Sanders revealed that shots were fired into his Nevada campaign office and that an “apartment housing complex my campaign staff lived in was broken into and ransacked.
The Vermont senator, who lost his Secret Services protection earlier this month, was also pictured with a bruise on his face at the Democratic National Convention, prompting many to believe there has been a long running campaign of violence and intimidation against the Sanders campaign.
Sanders made the statement about the shooting and burglary in response to “criticisms made against my campaign organization.”
Here’s Sanders’s full statement:
It is imperative that the Democratic leadership, both nationally and in the states, understand that the political world is changing and that millions of Americans are outraged at establishment politics and establishment economics. The people of this country want a government which represents all of us, not just the 1 percent, super PACs and wealthy campaign contributors.
The Democratic Party has a choice. It can open its doors and welcome into the party people who are prepared to fight for real economic and social change – people who are willing to take on Wall Street, corporate greed and a fossil fuel industry which is destroying this planet. Or the party can choose to maintain its status quo structure, remain dependent on big-money campaign contributions and be a party with limited participation and limited energy.
Within the last few days there have been a number of criticisms made against my campaign organization. Party leaders in Nevada, for example, claim that the Sanders campaign has a ‘penchant for violence.’ That is nonsense. Our campaign has held giant rallies all across this country, including in high-crime areas, and there have been zero reports of violence. Our campaign of course believes in non-violent change and it goes without saying that I condemn any and all forms of violence, including the personal harassment of individuals. But, when we speak of violence, I should add here that months ago, during the Nevada campaign, shots were fired into my campaign office in Nevada and apartment housing complex my campaign staff lived in was broken into and ransacked.
If the Democratic Party is to be successful in November, it is imperative that all state parties treat our campaign supporters with fairness and the respect that they have earned. I am happy to say that has been the case at state conventions in Maine, Alaska, Colorado and Hawaii where good discussions were held and democratic decisions were reached. Unfortunately, that was not the case at the Nevada convention. At that convention the Democratic leadership used its power to prevent a fair and transparent process from taking place. Among other things:
The chair of the convention announced that the convention rules passed on voice vote, when the vote was a clear no-vote. At the very least, the Chair should have allowed for a headcount.
“The chair allowed its Credentials Committee to en mass rule that 64 delegates were ineligible without offering an opportunity for 58 of them to be heard. That decision enabled the Clinton campaign to end up with a 30-vote majority.
“The chair refused to acknowledge any motions made from the floor or allow votes on them.

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