On Sun, 20 May 2001 12:23:38 +0200, Tilman Hausherr
<[email protected]> wrote:
>On Sun, 20 May 2001 06:02:16 GMT, [email protected] (Rev
>Fredric L. Rice) wrote in <[email protected]>:
>>I think there's a great deal of irony in the fact that a human rights
>>activist exercising his freedom of speech rights while protesting the
>>murder of American citizens by organized crime had his own rights
>>violated by America -- a country which is very quick to jump on other
>>countries for alleged human rights violations and violations of
>It is certainly something to point out when the next "human rights"
>reports will be published by the state department.
>It is not just Henson. Yesterday a "traditional" mormon has been
>convicted for practicing his version of "religious freedom".
Just up further back into the boonies than Gold is the extravagantly creepy (and creepily named) "Happy Valley" a brainwashing gulag filled with Scientology political prisoners being brainwashed back into agreement with Scientology and not allowed to leave until they sign a statement about how great it was to be in the gulag and they love Big Brother (ahem, Ron). This kind of grotesque travesty of "religious freedom" is what they are defending. The "religious freedom" to be reduced to a state of slavery, under armed guards, and not allowed to leave. The cult believes in "dispose of them quietly and without sorrow." Disposing of people (as they disposed of the charred remains of Stacy Moxon and the decapitated corpse of Ashlee Shaner) "quietly and without sorrow" is to these cultists "freedom" whereas protesting this conduct is a "hate crime." Welcome to the Kafkaesque nightmare Disneyland that is the modern United Snakes of AmeriKKKa. Next the Aryan Nations "Church" will be declared a "religion" and the Anti-Defamation League will be convicted of "interfering with a religion" for disagreeing with their worship of Hitler. ptsc