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Archive for October 2007

The West Chester Rally by Xdhimmi

Your Carin’ Reporter in West Chester:

Thank You for this outstanding video, Xdhimmi! Your comparison with mein kampf is spot on. This video along with Lutz and myself will keep the spotlight on the real issue of this rally.


The Power Of One

One man, One Sign…..

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One Man, One Letter….

Questions peace group’s objectives

The drama of Courthouse Corner … the confrontation between love for nonwar and love for a successful conflict. Two movements are locked in a struggle … Peace and Victory. The latter’s objective is a military success in Iraq by supporting all that will make it happen. The “Peace” objectives are not clear to all. A dictionary definition, one that appeals to this lifelong Quaker, is “freedom from strike or dissention,” a concept that can be equated in social or philosophical terms.

One might ask questions about the Peace Movement’s premise. Is its platform one of isolationism and/or peace as the byproduct of nonviolent conflict resolution? A number of the movement’s supporters center their protest to reinforce the principle of nonviolence. If this is the case, how can they back a leader’s comment about their heckling opponents as “old men who are still living the dreams of their youth … now fulfilled only by sending young men off to die.” Is this stating a principle for peace or is this a judgmental statement saying, “I am right and you are wrong!”?

Another movement member says, “ … a gang of thugs on motorcycles started showing up and harassing the vigil attendees. And when I say thugs, I’m not exaggerating.” Are not these aggressive, judgmental, violence-inspiring remarks?

Shouldn’t the soldiers for peace through nonviolent conflict resolution be willing to pay the same price as their fighting brothers? Shouldn’t they be willing to learn the discipline and seek appropriate conditioning as do the soldiers of war? Shouldn’t they have the inner conviction/strength to withstand the verbal abuse of their opponents? Our Iraq soldiers not only face physical violence but verbal abuse too. Doesn’t the stand for nonviolence start with each of us and demand the courage to face whatever the consequences?

As an old man who served nearly five years in the military, I continue to struggle toward the ultimate goal reached by martyrs King, Ghandi and Jesus.


West Chester


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A quick reminder to use the link on the stickied post above to listen or call in tonight at 8pm Eastern for the debut of the Victory Hour featuring yours truly and Rich Davis.


Et Tu, CCpeacemovement

From the desk of the director of the CCpeacemovement:

Date: Sat, 20 Oct 2007 14:25:45 EDT
From: Ccpeacemovemant@aol.com
Subject: Peace Folk: YOU ROCKED TODAY!!!


Hang on, didn’t Karen warn her groupies NOT to ‘talk back’ to the pro victory supporters? Why yes, she did:

Date: Mon, 22 Oct 2007 06:30:08 EDT

From: Ccpeacemovement@aol.com

Subject: [Peace] To anyone who “talked back” to counterprotestors–you know who you are–DON’TIF YOU CANNOT RESTRAIN YOUR WORDS, YOU ARE MAKING TROUBLE FOR US, NOT FOR THEM. SO PLEASE DON’T COME.

If I see this happening, I will go to the police and the news media and tell them “That person’s not with us,” and I will make that clear. And you might as well join the counter-protestors because you’re helping them, not us.

So when is Karen going to denounce this woman as not being part of her group? Most likely never, since this woman IS part of her group. Notice the sign she carrying emblazoned with the website United for Peace and Justice. Keep that thought in mind as I discuss the next installment of the Karen narrative.

Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2007 08:31:07 EDT

From: Ccpeacemovement@aol.com

Subject: West Chester Counter-protestors part of NATIONAL (not LOCAL) Intimidation Effort

I have maintained for the past few weeks that

(1) The counter-protestor group has more behind it than just a disgruntled individual who doesn’t like our peace vigils;

(2) We might never know the whole story – unless either the police or a journalist did some hard digging.

Well, it happened this morning, folks. A young, mild-mannered Daily Local News reporter, Justin McAneny (thank you, Justin!), spilled the beans this morning in the paper. All he had to do was go up to a counter-protestor (who’s been there for weeks) and ask him a few questions – Chris Hill.

We give soldiers a voice by standing up for them” said Chris Hill, national director of operations for the Gathering of Eagles, a nonprofit organization that supports American troops.

This is the same group that allegedly beat up a Gold Star father – someone tipped me off about this weeks ago, but I did not feel ready to share that information with all of you till I knew more – now I know more:

Let me fill my readers and my lurkers in on the fine details of this allegation. My industrious videographer buddy was fortunate enough to capture the scene of the alleged attack moments after the police broke it up. You can see the alleged gold star father is in pristine condition. You can just hear the description of the alleged gold star father jumping the veteran from behind – @1:51 in this video.

Chris Hill, who’s been on our corner for 3 weeks now, is NATIONAL – he’s the same Chris Hill Bush “entertained” at the White House. He’s also the same guy who came up and took both my hands, looking into my face and sarcastically saying a whole lot of stuff (polite word) to me 3 weeks ago. He’s been on our corner for 3 weeks now. This stuff isn’t local

National is a description that can also be to the CCpeacemovement. Without the benefit of a crack Daily Local reporter to do all the difficult research, I’ve discovered Karen’s advertisement of her weekly peace protest listed on the website of United for Peace and Justice. An Anti-War Coaliton consisting of more than 1300 local and national groups.

I’ve been aware of this advertisement after my first visit to Courthouse. Apparently, Karen has no qualms about aligning her peace protest with a National Anti-War organization, but takes offense when Rich Davis reaches out to The Gathering of Eagles. I smell hypocrite in the air…don’t you.

Screen capture – a fun little function I’ve discovered on Paint Shop Pro IX:

Who is UFPJ?

United For Peace and Justice (UFPJ) is an anti-war coalition consisting of more than 1,300 local and national groups joined together “to protest the immoral and disastrous Iraq War and oppose our [American] government’s policy of permanent warfare and empire-building.”

The Co-Chair and principal leader of UFPJ is Leslie Cagan, an original founder of the Committees of Correspondence (a remnant organization created by the American Communist Party upon going out of business) and a strong supporter of Fidel Castro since the 1960s; Cagan proudly aligns her politics with those of Communist Cuba. The L.A. Times noted that United for Peace and Justice aided in fundraising efforts for Medea Benjamin’s trip to Fallujah where she delivered more than half-a-million dollars in aid to “the other side”.

The breadth of UFPJ’s agendas extends well beyond anti-war activism. Passionately anti-American, this group condemns virtually every aspect of U.S. foreign policy and domestic life.

UFPJ has received financial support from the Colombe Foundation, the Samuel Rubin Foundation, the Shefa Fund, the Tides Foundation (1), and the Town Creek Foundation.

1. During the years 1995-2001, the Howard Heinz Endowment, which Heinz Kerry chairs, gave Tides more than $4.3 million. The combined Heinz Endowments (composed of the Howard Heinz Endowment and the Vira I. Heinz Endowment) donated $1.6 million to establish the Tides Center for Western Pennsylvania, a Pittsburgh office of the San Francisco-based Tides Center. SOURCE


Shunning – ‘Quaker’ Style

From: “Ccpeacemovemant@aol.com” < mailto:Ccpeacemovemant@aol.com

Sent: Monday, October 22, 2007 6:30:08 AM

Subject: [Peace] To anyone who “talked back” to counterprotestors–you know
who you are–DON’T
I’m not going to single anyone out, but I have been
given some identifying information – so I know who you are in a couple of cases
And, trust me, I know how hard it is not to respond to constant verbal abuse -
I’m their main target, so I know exactly how you feel. I have one thing to
say: DON’T. And, if you can’t refrain from responses to them, PLEASE
DON’T COME. I have had reports of a few people responding to them – DON’T.
was someone who doesn’t even come to our vigils regularly, which has caused some
to ask, reasonably, “Is [person] on our side or theirs?” – and I say to that
If I see this happening, I will go to the
police and the news media and tell them “That person’s not with us,” and I will
make that clear.
And you might as well join the counter-protestors because
you’re helping them, not us. I can’t make anyone do or not do anything, legally,
but I can make it clear to the police and the press that some people do not
represent the rest of us. Have I made myself clear? I have gone to great
lengths to issue “Ground Rules,” to tell people not to respond, to tell people
to “stifle it.” This makes me feel like a parent admonishing a child, and
it is totally unfair for you to place me in that position – so please… just…

A rather ominous warning from the leader of the ccpeacemovement to her fellow peace protesters. I wonder what Karen has planned for those who have spoken with myself and my fellow compatriots. Also, who gave her the names? Do the peace-protesters police themselves for adherence to their perceived political status quo? This is not very Quaker-like behavior, quite frankly, it is closer in resemblance to Mein Kampf.

The phrase ‘talked back’ is quite vague in this letter, perhaps deliberately so. Over the course of several weeks, I’ve talked to several of the peace protesters, and yes, they have ‘talked back’ to me. In a peaceful society one would call this civil dialog. My hope is to continue the dialog and find understanding. I fear my efforts to reach out to this group have resulted in their shunning.

The photos below document the peaceful encounters between the two sides that has occurred on a weekly basis. Photos courtesy of Barbara Cunningham, NeoCon and myself.

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Happy Birthday, Curt!

Happy Birthday, Curt!!! Enjoy Your Day!!!


A Beautiful Day For A Protest

“Let’s Roll” – Things were rolling today at the Courthouse. The Chester County Victory Movement took the Courthouse forcing the opposition to the diagonal corner across High St.

It took weeks for the opposition to figure out the use of video and still cameras at a rally. Today, they clicked their photos and shot their video, and I am looking forward to see what they captured. You can view my video of today’s rally on YouTube tonight – I’ve captured a stunning revelation on film – it is a must see.

I want to take this opportunity to thank those of the Chester County Victory Movement that donated food items for the St. Agnes Food Bank. The folks at St. Agnes were pleasantly surprised by this generous gift from our group. In the few short weeks that I’ve worked with the supporters of this Rally, I’ve come to appreciate the depths of your love for this country and your unending spirit of generosity. Today, the city of West Chester shined a little brighter, thanks to your efforts.

For your pleasure and discussion, I present a short interview with one of the CCpeacemovement’s members:

The following video shows the more typical ‘dialog’ with the members of the ccpeacemovement, United For Peace and Justice or any ‘anti-whatever’ group that attends these types of peace protests. Facts and reason need not apply.

My next video is a collection of scenes from this protest, including footage of an undercover law student/watchdog and the remarkable blogger J_G holding the steps of the Courthouse. The peace protesters were forced to redeploy to another corner across the street from the Courthouse. Yet again, there was not ONE American Flag in their midst and many were not locals.

Remember, they are the patriots because dissent is patriotic.

The Daily Local News reporter, Justin McAneny, weighs in on Saturday’s rally:


Several hundred protesters gathered in front of the the Chester
County Courthouse on Saturday to show their support for or against the war in Iraq. For the past five years, Karen Porter, director of the Chester County Peace Movement, has led protests against the war in Iraq.

A somewhat balanced review of the protest. I did discover one or three glaring ommissions by this reporter. He did not question the presence of the legal watchdogs or who had summoned them. Also, he missed the point of this rally altogether – we are here, not to convince Karen and her groupies of their wrongness regarding Iraq, but to add a counterpoint to the 5 year one-sided discussion of Iraq that has been played out weekly in West Chester. We support the troops and their mission, Karen and her ilk do not. Overlooked by the author was the generosity of these ‘bikers’ in donating canned good and money to the St. Agnes Soup Kitchen.


This reporter is young, but I made sure he had the link to MidnightBlue, so there is hope for him yet.

Barbara’s beautiful photos of the day can be found HERE

Rich, the photographic maestro has posted his photos HERE

My photos can be viewed HERE
My videos can be viewed on
YouTube, LiveLeak, and QubeTV


Gathering Drumbeat of Victory

It has been a hectic week for the supporters of the Chester County Victory Rally. There has been a huge amount of media interest in our cheerful Saturday meetup at the Chester County Courthouse. To keep my readers and lurkers up to date, I’ve compiled a list of our recent media notices.

Ed Mahon, Philadelphia Inquirer writer, penned the essay entitled:

Both sides get to have a corner on this Market – Antiwar and veterans groups in West Chester demonstrate they can coexist.

Justin McAneny, writing for The Daily Local, reported on the rally held on Saturday:

Protesters Gather in West Chester

Dan Hirschhorn, staff writer for the Evening Bulletin, remarks on the rally:

Dueling War Protests Take Over West Chester

Art Carey, journalist for the Inquirer, had this to say about the peace protesters and the Victory Rally:

Protest vs. protest boils in W. Chester

On 10/18/2007, Rich Davis talked about the Courthouse Rally on The Bill Bennet Radio Show.

After reading, Art Carey’s article, Dom Giordano has asked Rich to be a guest on his program tonight – 10/18/2007.

Have I missed any??

Can you hear it….the growing drumbeat.


Shine the Light Down…

“First they ignore you, then they ridicule you, then they fight you, then you win.” Gandhi

You know, it only took them WEEKS to ask for photographic assistance. Not quick on the uptake, are they. Of course, I will do my level best to capture the antics of Karen and her groupies. They NEVER disappoint me.

From: “mailto:Ccpeacemovemant@aol.com” <mailto:Ccpeacemovemant@aol.com

Sent: Tuesday, October 16, 2007 6:29:16 AM
Subject: [Peace] This Saturday’s VIGIL: For SAFETY – Stay off curb, please. Bring cameras.

For years, we have stood safely on or near the curb at our vigils, which is very nice for some wonderful conversations with passing motorists.
We can’t do that now (don’t worry – someday we will go back to normal, only a temporary thing).
FOR YOUR OWN SAFETY, PLEASE DO NOT STAND ON THE CURB or anywhere else near moving traffic. (And, as usual, never stand in crosswalks or block pedestrian or motor traffic.)
ALSO, please go nowhere near the motorcycles.
ALSO, always be with one other peace vigiler. If you come alone and have no one to stand with, come to me – I’ll make sure you make a new friend.
AND bring cameras if you can – either for still shots or videos. We need documentation of everything going on.
AND don’t hesitate to call 9-1-1 if necessary. Don’t even ask – just do it.

Looks like the Karen and her groupies are setting themselves up for failure. You know there will be numerous frivolous 9-1-1 calls from her group. I wonder how many times the police will respond before they start citing Karen’s group? This information has been forwarded to the Chester County PD.

As a review for those coming in late to my illumination of a typical ‘peace’ organization. I submit for your education, my collection videos:

The premier video – Karen advocating to her minions to call 9-1-1 on a DOG! Her latest email invokes her groupies to call 9-1-1 on the humans.

Rich’s speech, interrupted by catcalls from a ‘peace’ protester.

A peaceful pro victory rally – not quite the scene Karen has woven in her newsletters.

Censorship: An example of the ‘dialog’ employed by the ‘peace’ protesters. Note the sign being purposely placed in front of my video camera.

I, along with my brothers and sisters, will continue to document and illuminate the Chester County’s peace movement’s threats, slurs and attempts of censorship against fellow American citizens.


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