[act-ma] 2/28, Wed. Occupation Project moves to John Kerry's office
amyh at texnology.com
Sun Feb 25 21:07:06 PST 2007
Peace activists! If anyone is available, this is the time to
Not only is this our best bet to end the Iraq war, it is a time
to state your opposition to an Iran war as well -- it is critical
that we let Kerry and the press know that we don't want any
more deaths caused by our government-- that this madness
must stop NOW!
PLEASE BE THERE. AND TELL EVERYONE.
THE VETS NEED ALL THE HELP AND SUPPORT THAT THEY CAN GET.
And let me know if you can come. It is a big step forward.
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From: Nate Goldshlag <nateg at pobox.com>
Date: Feb 25, 2007 6:55 PM
Subject: Occupation Project moves to John Kerry's office Wednesday 2/28!
The Smedley D. Butler Brigade Chapter 9 of Veterans For Peace met
today and decided to move the Occupation Project to John Kerry's
office at 1 Bowdoin Square Tenth Floor Boston at 9 AM on Wednesday
February 28. We need a good turnout of veterans and others. A map is
The pledge we will try to get Kerry to sign says:
I, Sen. John Kerry, pledge to vote against the supplemental spending
measure that President Bush will seek in 2007 from Congress to fund
the war in, and occupation of, Iraq. I will take leadership in
getting other Senators to also vote against the supplemental.
We will read the names of American and Iraqi dead in the office, with
a bell ring after each name.
The occupation will go on all day Wednesday until closing time and, if
Kerry has not signed, will continue on Thursday. At some point some
veterans and others may not leave when the office closes.
We urge other groups and individuals to come join us inside and
outside the office. A presence on the street is very important. We
will try to get wide media attention.
Co-Coordinator, Smedley D. Butler Brigade Chapter 9 of Veterans For Peace
Nate Goldshlag nateg at pobox.com (replace at with @)
Arlington, MA http://www.pobox.com/~nateg
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