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Last updated on August 9th, 2017 at 03:46 pm
Doublethink drops in on Cindy Sheehan’s Melbourne Motherfest, and discovers empty seats galore:
Further pictures and excellent reporting here, here, and here. You learn some fascinating things at these Cindypalooza shows. For example:
* Sheehan has “spent a lot of money, sacrificed so much, and have troubled far and wide to do so.”
* John Lennon’s Imagine was banned in the US after 9/11.
* Sheehan believes that John F. Kennedy, Robert Kennedy, and Martin Luther King Jr were “assassinated by the war machine in my country, because they were talking about peace.”
This weekend will witness the majesty of Camp Sydney:
On Sunday, I’m gonna go to John Howard’s residence in Sydney, we’re gonna have a demonstration there. We’re gonna ask to meet with him …
Stand by for the coffee table book: Places I Have Been Outside Of, Looking Stupid.
UPDATE. Cathy Seipp:
The most idiotic statement in Sheehan’s new book, Dear President Bush, comes not from Sheehan herself but from Howard Zinn, who writes in the introduction: “A box-cutter can bring down a tower. A poem can build up a movement. A pamphlet can spark a revolution.”
A box-cutter can bring down a tower. By now, I suppose, we should be used to the hard Left’s extending underdog status to the worst of mass murderers; still, the sheer gall of beginning a series of David-and-Goliath metaphors with that one is breathtaking.
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