Saturday, April 19, 2008

Support our U.S. Marines from harassment

The Mayor of Berkeley, California, Tom Bates, and the Berkeley City Council past a measure to tell the United States Marine Corps recruiting office on Shattuck Avenue, "is not welcome in the city,..." The Mayor Tom Bates is quoted as saying, "the Marines don't belong here, they shouldn't have come here, and they should leave." This Marine Corp recruiting station has been the site of numerous and continuous protest, demonstrations, led by the anti-war, anti-American group, Code Pink. All good decent Americans, patriotic Americans should boycott that city. All truck drivers should refuse to carry loads into that city. How did the Euro-trash, born in America gain control in this out of control city? Where is J. Edgar Hoover when we need him?

Code Pink was blocking the entrance to the recruiting station in the City of Berkeley in California. Code Pink would not allow anyone to enter the recruiting station while the Berkeley City Police Department watched and did not attempt to stop this lawlessness. When a police office with the Berkeley City Police Department was asked why they were not enforcing the law, he replied they were being neutral.

Now Code Pink has rented a parking space across the street every Wednesday to continue the harassment of our U.S. Marines. Perhaps any patriots in the area could visit the USMC recruiting office on Wednesday's to express their support of our U.S. military. If you do not live in the area, then perhaps on Wednesdays you can visit a recruiting office near where you live or work and express your appreciation as an attempt to counter Code Pink's actions in Berkeley.

The website: is organizing a rally at the USMC recruiting office in Berkeley for Saturday, June 7th, 2008.

First Code Pink video:

Second Code Pink video:

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1 comment:

ron8000 said...

Berkeley needs to be made an example of. I think the marines should consider building a base there. By the way I like your hat. I have one just like it. Keep up the good work millions of Americans feel the same way.