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Who Is Brett Kimberlin? Conservatives Need To Know! (Inform The MSM Too)

Apparently Brett Kimberlin is an American terrorist who stops at nothing to silence his critics, including intimidation and murder.  He is also a liberal activist (surprised?) who has been funded by George Soros’ Tides Foundation, Barbara Streisand and Teresa Heinz Kerry.  And, one more thing – we are all supposed to be deftly afraid of him coming after us if we speak about him, literally.

Kimberlin seems intent on silencing everyone, any way he can, who speaks about him.  But isn’t that an act, a form, of cowardice in of itself, from someone who does not want to put on a defense?  Isn’t it the coward who uses verbal threats and intimidation tactics from a far distance so as not to actually have to confront the person they are attacking?  And isn’t that the epitome of liberalism?

Kimberlin spend time in prison for his terrorist activities and while there he began suing everyone, including the victims of his attacks.  Despite his lifelong criminal activity, he is, or has been, supported by liberal foundations.  We might understand why Soros would support him.  Do we understand why “Unfunny Girl” Barbara Streisand and Teresa Heinz Kerry, wife of John Kerry gave him money?  Who else is contributing to him, and has any of this money been used in his intimidation of all the bloggers who have written about him?  What is their connect to Kimberlin?  How closely related to Kimberlin’s activities are they?  And – why haven’t they been questioned by the FBI, CIA, Homeland Security, etc. for their involvement?  What, and who, is protecting and sheltering these liberal elites from prosecution?

There is a very suspicious, evil and criminal element loose in America that is helping Kimberlin evade further prosecution.  That same criminal element is aiding the likes of Soros, Streisand, Heinz-Kerry and anyone who is, or has, funded Kimberlin.  Their intent is to silence not free speech, but conservative speech and those conservatives who have courageously written about Kimberlin and exposed his criminal past and his current dealings.

Our silence is what Kimberlin is counting on.  Our silence provides Kimberlin, and all his assorted associates, the cover they need to freely operate, to freely attack, harass, intimidate.  Kimberlin is apparently able to do this shielded within his Justice Through Music Project, which brings together popular bands and musicians who in turn help get young people involved in politics (the Democrat Party) and to protest on behalf of the Democrat and liberal agenda and to get out the vote.

We still have not answered the question – do any of these musicians know of Kimberlin’s past?  And if they do, is that why they associate with him?  What about the young people who are being sucked into this “Music Project”?  Do they know they are getting involved in, and committed to, a “Project” run by a terrorist?  And exactly what kind of “justice” is being called into action?  Well, anything that supports liberalism and helps defeat conservatism.  That’s how they define “justice”, and that undoubtedly attracts young people who have been inundated with anti-American rhetoric their whole public-school lives.

We must not be afraid to demand to know exactly what Kimberlin is up to.  We must not be afraid to demand to know how involved Soros is in funding Kimberlin and sheltering him.  We must not be afraid of the retribution he apparently wages against his critics, and for some reason is not arrested or prosecuted for.  We must not be afraid to take a stand.  Whatever Kimberlin is allegedly capable of doing, we must stand up to it.  Whatever proof of intimidation and harassment Kimberlin has conducted against his adversaries must be published and republished, and spread wide and far throughout the blogosphere.  We must press the MSM to become more actively involved in this as well.  We must press for more disclosure from Barbara Streisand, George Soros, Teresa Heinz-Kerry and anyone else known to be, or to have been, involved with Kimberlin.  We must continue to find and expose all others involved with Kimberlin.

Who is Brett Kimberlin?  And who is Brett Kimberlin to think he can intimidate us?

“Homosexuality Is Wrong” Is The Newest Swear Word

Texas School Punishes Boy For Opposing Homosexuality | Fox News.

Ever since the brutal and despicable murder of Matthew Sheppard in1998, a gay college student from the University of Wyoming, there has been a push in America to ban any speech that might offend, be offensive, or might be construed as anti-gay, in the work place, in the public square and in public schools.

Young Dakota Ary learned this lesson the hardest way possible one day when he uttered that phrase at school in his German class.  His teacher happened to overhear the statement.  For Dakota’s lack of understanding and compassion toward what has essentially come to be a government protected, and coddled, class of people, he was sent to the principal’s office where justice was done upon him, much to the horror and disbelief of his mother, in the form of a one day in school suspension, plus two days of full suspension.  (That was later dropped after an attorney with Liberty Counsel intervened on Dakota’s behalf.)

Dakota is not alone.  Many other students have endured such a fate as he, and this type of over reactionary measure awaits anyone, nowadays, who would dare to have an opinion that seeks to upend the liberally controlled public school system.  Even within the work place and the public square itself – the epitome of free speech, hate crimes advocates and lawyers are closing in and narrowing the definition of free speech.

Naturally it is one thing entirely for a public school, and a teacher in that public school, to want to enforce rules and standards, and to be actively monitoring what children are saying in his/her classroom, looking out for inappropriate speech or speech that might lead to the physical injury of another person.

But let’s be realistic.  If Dakota had been learning about Christianity, say that of the 16th or 17th century, how religious dissension in that era had plunged Europe into many wars and struggles, and after hearing about all the blood shed and death of so many people, had he formed an opinion from that lecture, turned to his class mate and said, “Christianity is wrong”,  does anyone really believe that, in today’s public school, Dakota would be punished with school suspension, or punished at all, for his lack of sensitivity toward Christianity?

Check out the “Bong hits for Jesus” t-shirt controversy.  Denigrating Christianity in public schools is far more protected, far more commonplace (and more common coming from teachers themselves rather than the students) and upheld by judges as free speech, than a simple, albeit, perhaps unintentionally hurtful remark, as “I think homosexuality is wrong”.  It was a private thought Dakota made to a classmate not in any way meant to be hurtful or to promote an agenda.  Rather, it was an aside that his teacher overheard and took way out of context.

In this same article it is stated how this very teacher of Dakota’s had once put up a picture of two men kissing on his classroom wall.  Very clearly, then, it is Dakota’s teacher, not Dakota himself, who is pushing an agenda.  But if it is a pro homosexual agenda then that is protected.

We have seen the vitriol, controversy and the double standard every time a proposal is brought forth to put up the Ten Commandments in a public school.  The people who cry bigotry for what they perceive to be anti-gay rhetoric are the same people who are quick to oppose the Ten Commandments in any public school out of a manufactured fear of insensitivity to the other students who might not be Christian and therefore offended or belittled by having to walk past such a religious placard.

But this is just more of the same anti-religious runaround that has wedged itself into the public school system for the passed fifty years.

Public schools should not be places where children are made to feel ashamed of who they are, whether they are gay or Christian.  Nor should they be places where children are indoctrinated by their teachers who have ulterior agendas and motives counter to the purpose of public education and to that of their community at large.

Rather, school should be a place where children are properly instructed in facts; historical, scientific, mathematical, grammar, etc.  They should also be a place where students are free to form opinions and ideas on their own, even if they might be uncomfortable to others, including homosexuality and religion, so long as these opinions and ideas are of a constructive, not a destructive, nature.

Just as a public school would never demand a student check their homosexuality at the door before they enter, neither should they demand a student check his or her religion at the door.

Right now, in America, as is evidenced in this latest anti-religious fervor involving Dakota Ary, we have a long way yet to go in ensuring that all students have the same rights, not just a select few.  And until local communities are better able to take back their own public schools from errant school boards and rogue teachers, gain more control and secure more of a say in these institutions which their property taxes are funding, it will continue to remain an uphill battle.

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