Jon Stewart makes fun of John Kerry Electrically Tortured Victim
Calls Andrew Meyer a Douchebag for asking John Kerry a Question
Andrew Meyer is Tortured in Public by Anti-Constitutional Thug-Police...
Kidnapped, Tortured Some More, then, while he is in Solitary Confinement, not able to see anything going on in the Mockingbird Spin Machine...
Jon Stewart Calls him A Douche Bag!
Have you no shame Jon?
Oh yeah...the segment was sponsored by General Electric...I shit you not!
Background: Analysis of tasered uf student: Kerry, taser & andrew meyer.
Tasered for Talking (Freedom of Speech)
Student Tasered At Kerry Speech: Longer Version
ANDREW MEYER PROTEST
Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g5YTmAEr_Qk
Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=64vjwT84X1g
Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dmXHdvK6cCY
TYRANNY!!!!!!!! Ask About Skull and Bones...GET TAGGED AND BAGGED
How to diffuse the public torture of a college student (A step by step guide)
This isn’t your parents’ activism. Last week, Andrew Meyer, a University of Florida junior, stood up at a campus forum in Gainesville hosting 2004 presidential candidate and U.S. Senator John Kerry. He thanked the Senator for his time, for “being open and honest,” recommended the book Armed Madhouse by Greg Palast, raised the question of disenfranchised voters in Florida and Ohio, asked why Kerry conceded the 2004 election, called for the impeachment of President Bush and asked if Sen. Kerry was a member of the Yale secret society Skull and Bones. After Meyer’s allotted one minute was up, he was dragged away from the microphone, kicking, screaming and “resisting arrest.” Meyer continued resisting the campus police officers and was eventually forced to the ground, shouting “don’t Tase me, bro!” before being shocked by a Taser. The rowdy scene immediately erupted into a series of Meyer’s whimpered “ows.” Was I there myself? No. Is this account the result of up-to-the-minute, in-person, in-depth reporting from Gainesville? No. Like many of America’s college students, I watched the now-infamous incident unfold on YouTube while sitting in a university library. A college student raising big questions publicly about American government and conspiracy theories? Traditionally considered activism. But that student raising those questions for the cameras and video-sharing websites everywhere — is this activism, entertainment or some 21st-century hybrid of both?
The true intentions of Meyer’s questioning are now being debated in the public forum — he was clearly being obnoxious to some degree, but was it with the intent of awareness-raising or of publicity-raising? Let’s assume Meyer wanted to spark a productive dialogue (Senator Kerry has stated in response to the incident that he regretted “enormously that a good healthy discussion was interrupted”) about the 2004 election and President Bush’s time in office. Did he consider a dramatic staging of his questions the most effective means of capturing U.F.’s, and the world’s, attention? The media has reported that Meyer has a reputation, and a website as evidence, of being a prankster. Some say that discredits his actions as a pure publicity stunt. In a political culture where comedic entertainment and the state of world affairs are so intertwined that they are virtually indistinguishable from one another (think Jon Stewart, The Colbert Report and Borat), however, Andrew Meyer can not be so easily dismissed.
In honor of the anniversary of September 11th two weeks ago, The Sun stated in an editorial entitled “The New Age of Activism”: “Youth activism is far from dead. Instead, it has transformed from sensationalized 1960s tear-gas rallies to online petitions and Internet discussion boards. Although this new wave of activism may be construed as passive, it is often highly effective in mobilizing individuals across geographic and cultural lines.” In accordance with this trend, Meyer has actively generated a discussion on national news networks and in classrooms not only about his voiced concerns, but also conversations about free speech and the appropriate use of force on college campuses. Consideration and debate of these topics are essential for the fulfillment of, as U.F. President J. Bernard Machen put it, “one of the most vital roles of an institution of higher learning ... a healthy exchange of ideas.”
Whether or not Andrew Meyer disturbed the “healthy exchange of ideas” with righteous intentions in Gainesville last week, the University of Florida Police Department’s usage of a Taser on the student raises questions on the appropriate use of force by campus security. This issue is omnipresent on college campuses, as seen last fall at the University of California at Los Angeles, when a student was repeatedly shocked with a Taser in a university library, and reaches back to the Vietnam War-era when tear gas was used at campus rallies. After two newsworthy campus Taser incidents within less than a year, this is a subject that deserves attention and debate on college campuses around the country. The Cornell community as a whole should be engaging in a discussion about Cornell Police protocol in similar situations. If the entire community is informed of the outcome of a proactive conversation, the shock and awe of the UCLA and U.F. incidents can be avoided on our own campus. As Raymond Thrower, president of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, stated in Inside Higher Ed on Sept. 20, “If you’re a college, what you have to do is look at the totality of the circumstances at hand … You can’t base your policies on one incident.” Individual campuses must weigh their specific security needs and consider how law enforcement factors into the creation and preservation of an environment of the free flow and exchange of ideas. Student activism has always been an integral part of a college community’s progressive and open intellectual environment. As the definition and face of activism evolves, it is the responsibility of the entire college community to ensure the other parts that maintain and secure that environment keep up with the times.
It was not "police overreaction"! It was full force tyranny conspired by a former ambassador who has demonized American Victims overseas in the past who dared to be tortured by the corrupt government.
NOW THAT IT IS EXPOSED...JON STEWART STILL KEEPS THE DEMONIZATION OF THIS COLLEGE STUDENT UP ON THE SITE WITH NO CLARIFICATION!
UF Student COINTELPRO exposed:Dennis Jett's Past Slandering of Torture VictimsFormer Ambassador Dennis Jett Moderated the Event.
He used to cover up torture in Zimbabwe and Peru, and then BLAMED the victims!
He is the lead kingpin in the Taser incident at University of Florida recently.
From the Gainesville Pravda:Dennis Jett, who moderated the Kerry forum [Resign immediately, you have a huge slander case against you!], said he doesn't believe Meyer's right to speech was infringed upon [This is where the entire COINTELPRO scripting started.], even if the use of a Taser was ultimately inappropriate. As the moderator, Jett had told the audience there was no more time for questions [LIE to slander Dissenters], but Meyer grabbed a microphone [LIE to slander Dissenters] and hurled [LIE to slander Dissenters, how do you hurl a question?] questions at Kerry anyway. Kerry agreed to answer Meyer, but Jett says the student pushed the boundaries of free speech [LIE what boundaries you Nazi? This is America, not the NWO!] and disrupted [LIE to slander Dissenters] the event by ignoring the time limitations [LIE to slander Dissenters] UF and Kerry had agreed upon. "Does free speech give Mr. Meyer the right to ask a full series of questions [LIE to slander Dissenters] and make a full series of statements [LIE to slander Dissenters] after I had already said we were not going to take more questions [Who the f**k are you, we are not in Zimbabwe or Peru where you can just slander students without BLOWBACK]? To my mind it's not an issue of free speech [Then you sir are a NAZI]," said Jett, who is frequently outspoken in his own right about political issues [By slandering whistleblowers so they stay in jail to be tortuered-see below]. http://www.gainesvillesun.com/article/20070920/NEWS/709200326/-1/news07Look at how they planned on tasering the UF student from the onset, look at the officer with taser drawn:
UF Student Tasered - The Breakdown
The NAZI's are part of the ACCENT staff. The person they look over to is Dennis Jett...
_____________________________________________Who is Former Ambassador Dennis Jett?
He was an ambassador in Zimbabwe
who was instrumental in discrediting whistleblowers so that the rape and torture of the people could continue with minor scrutiny (in case you were not aware, that is the job of a US ambassador).
But what about after his nefarious deeds?
Well he became a great tool for NWO in discrediting AMERICAN CITIZENS when the shit hit the fan. Let us take the small case study of Lori Benson as an example...Who is Lori Berenson?
Ground Score -- July 2003 by Mike Connelly and Arnie MatlinLori's quest for truth and justice called her to a journalistic mission in Peru. Lori was disturbed by the disjunction between stated American ideals and reality. She became unwilling and unable to live quietly with the immense discrepancy between that stated ideals of justice and due process, and the realities of poverty, injustice, and impunity. It became obvious to Lori that much of that cruelty was ignored or aided by the U.S. government. In fact, much of Peru's domestic policy was a projection of American power in a Peruvian context.
Unfortunately, at present, Lori's story does not have a happy ending. Lori has paid - and is still paying - a high price for her idealism. She has languished and suffered in Peruvian prisons for the last seven years, after two "trials," no due process, and more hindrance than help from the U.S. State Department.
This is a little of Lori's haunting, disquieting story. It is the story of a woman who could be a child of yours or mine. This is the story of a woman whom you would rejoice in claiming as your sister. And it is the story of a young woman who has become a mature mother to all the poor and suffering of Peru, even to those who revile her.
Lori's story is a long and complex one. The best source for a vivid picture of both Lori and of her experiences is found in Rhoda Berenson's book, Lori: My Daughter, Wrongfully Imprisoned in Peru, now available in an updated paperback edition from Northeastern University Press.
In Rhoda Berenson's book, it's hard to judge which was the most harrowing: the horror of the Berenson family's experience, the account of Lori's tribulations, the story of the Peruvian travesty of due process, or the profound and fundamental acceptance of the situation by the U.S. government and State Department.
Perhaps the attitude of State at high echelons could be summed up this way: "Please don't disturb us with anything other than business as usual. You keep quiet and leave things to us, and everything will possibly be fine some day, but not right now." (This can be translated as, "Our cozy relationship with this brutal regime will continue on an even keel and your daughter will remain in prison.")
Dennis Jett, the U.S. Ambassador, showed the scowl behind the diplomatic smile during much of Lori's early imprisonment. After his tenure as Ambassador, Jett wrote an odious op - ed piece in the Washington Post, comparing Lori to the young U.S. citizen who joined the Taliban. Ex - Ambassador Jett overtly defamed Lori, just as high - ranking officials at State had done covertly, attempting to undermine Lori's support and to discredit her.
Lori spent the first several years of captivity at the isolated Yanamayo prison high in the Andes. This evil structure is 13,000 feet above sea level. Conditions in these awful circumstances have caused Lori's health to be permanently damaged. Prison officials at Yanamayo compounded the thinness of oxygen at that elevation by having cells with shutterless windows that face into the freezing and continuous wind.
Well let us just see how many phone cals the good ex-ambassador made on that fateful day and who was he calling?Was it his friends at one of the following big boy disinfo specialized agencies?
they have been doing it for 100s of years, but now they use the "new" media.
when NWO are caught killing, raping, and torturing innocent victims...
Digg/YouTube/"progressive media" are hit by the COINTELPRO troll brigades to highten attention on anything but the obvious...
THIS IS A POLICE STATE
RUN BY A SECRET GOVERNMENT
to create a GLOBAL UNION
!Flashback to complete coverage on the John Kerry/Public Torture of University Student
______________________Related:VIDEO: 2 John Kerry "Agents" and cops CONSPIRED to attack UF student!TYRANNY ALERT: Student mentions Skull and Bones, gets tazered/tackled by 7 cops TYRANNY!!!!!!!! Ask About Skull and Bones...GET TAGGED AND BAGGED UF Student COINTELPRO exposed: Slander Expert Dennis Jett on the scene! THE LEDGER promotes police brutality for asking questions Some Interesting Reports On Taser GunsCOINTELPRO / SKULL AND BONES Tazering
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All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man. The general spread of the light of science has already laid open to every view the palpable truth, that the mass of mankind has not been born with saddles on their backs, nor a favored few booted and spurred, ready to ride them legitimately