Now, under Obama's regime, we see the first "acts of repudiation" in New York, Maryland and Washington, DC. (read the article below of the INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY). Learn about this communist technique used also in Cuba and Venezuela and be informed. Wake up America, it is happening here!
“ACT OF REPUDIATION" as practiced by the Cuban government, is the official use of public intimidation and repression against individuals and their families because of their views, through the used of trained mobs and violence, akin to those employed by Nazi Germany and the Ku Klux Klan.
Agustin Blazquez's 58 min. documentary ACT OF REPUDIATION is the story of the Act of Repudiation directed at internationally renowned concert guitarist Carlos Molina and his family. Molina and daughter Maritza, a child at the time of the assault, describe the acts of the Cuban communist government-incited mobs that attacked their home and the resulting trauma they still feel today.
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Available at www.CubaCollectibles.com This is the story of the Act of Repudiation directed at internationally known concert guitarist Carlos Molina and his family. Molina and daughter Maritza, a child at the time of the assault, describe the acts of the government-incited mobs that attacked their home and the resulting trauma they still feel today. The Act resulted from Molinas request to emigrate, with his American-born wife, Marisa and his three daughters, to the U.S. Molina, lauded as founder of the Cuban School of Guitar, began his performing career in 1969, the same year he graduated from the School of Law at the University of Havana. Daughter Maritza, an artist, relates the trauma she suffered by the Act of Repudiation directed at her family, which is shockingly reflected in her artwork.
ACT OF REPUDIATION / Mob Rule From SEIU
May 24, 2010
Mob Rule From SEIU
INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY
Labor: Does belonging to the service workers' union give you the right to invade private homes, terrorize children and smear anyone questioning such tactics? Apparently so, based on recent events in Maryland.
On May 16, Washington, D.C., police escorted 14 busloads full of Service Employees International Union (SEIU) members at least part of the way to storm the Chevy Chase, Md., home of Bank of America's deputy legal counsel, Greg Baer.
Some 500 protestors affiliated with SEIU and their allies in the community organizing group National Political Action (NPA) trampled his lawn, blocked his doorway to his home and screamed "greed." Legally, it was burglary, trespassing and, possibly, assault.
But Maryland cops didn't enforce the law. And Baer had to brave the insult-hurling mob alone to rescue his 14-year old son who, home alone, had locked himself in the bathroom in fear.
But there was one thing these thugs didn't count on a credible journalist next door who reported what happened.
Fortune Magazine's Nina Easton wrote about what happened and asked SEIU spokesman Stephen Lerner to explain.
His response was chilling: "People in powerful corporations seem to think they can insulate themselves from the damage they are doing," Lerner said, implying that physical intimidation was indeed the intent.
Perhaps we shouldn't be surprised. Aggressive, personalized protests have been a fact of life in the world of unions and community organizers influenced by the radical philosophy of Saul Alinsky.
But they're now growing in frequency as SEIU officials top the White House visitors' list and union influence grows.
It started in earnest last year, when SEIU thugs gave a "beat down" to a black trinket seller at a tea party protest with no consequences.
It also was seen when the SEIU teamed up with its community-organizing ally Acorn to set up bus harassment tours of AIG executives' homes during last year's insurance bailout.
In recent weeks in New York and Washington, SEIU and NPA protestors invaded and shut down banks, frightening customers.
What's important here is that these mobs act with near impunity and lash out at critics like Easton. What Stern calls "the persuasion of power" is identical to the violent means of maintaining political order in Cuba and Venezuela.
It's going full blast in the U.S. now as the party in power loses popularity. That's a bad sign that democracy itself is under attack.
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