Official position statement
Chronology of the destruction of MoveOn.org
Proof that MoveOn.org knew about the hate speech since 2004
More proof: MoveOn Action Forum FAQ page
The George Soros Connection
"Divided Loyalties" slur in MoveOn official bulletin
Alleged harassment and intimidation of voters by MoveOn.org
Anti-MoveOn.org protest media: make them yourself at CafePress.
The MoveOn.org Action Forum Sideshow (Archived 9/11 conspiracy theories plus racist and anti-Semitic hate speech)
Tent #1 (hate speech)
Tent #2 (hate speech)
Humor: MoveOn discovers the TRUTH behind 9/11!
MoveOn's anti- Catholic hate ad attacks the Pope. Compare to Thomas Nast's 19th century cartoons.
MoveOn.org Official Bulletin backs Palestinians against Israel: cites Electronic Intifada
MoveOn.org's Judas goats, enablers, and stooges: National Jewish Democratic Council, Jewish Funds for Justice
National Jewish Democratic Council: Anti-Christian and Anti-Semitic Hate Organization
Democrats Embrace Al Sharpton's Racist National Action Network
NEW (August 2007) Anti-Semitic and Anti-Catholic Hate Speech at the Daily Kos
NEW (September 2007) MoveOn smears General Petraeus. How your Senators and Representatives voted on standing behind Petraeus
Blog: MoveOn.org, Please Move On!
Downloadable Word MoveOn.org hate speech documentation (about 650Kb)
MoveOn.org: Please Move On! (And out of the United States)
MoveOn.org welcomed racist, anti-American, anti-Catholic, and anti-Semitic material before being exposed in late August 2006.
Official Position Statement
- MoveOn.org is but one agency of international financier George Soros,
from which it has received millions of dollars. Soros, who calls the
United States a danger to world peace and blames Israel for
anti-Semitism, wants to subordinate the United States to the United
Nations or some other international government.
Real Democrats do not accept endorsements or money from anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, or racist organizations.
- Most of what anti-Semites say about ZOG (the so-called
Zionist Occupied Government) is true of SOG (the Soros Occupied
Government). SOG is like a world-spanning octopus whose tentacles reach
into numerous governments and non-governmental organizations. Rebecca
Peters' IANSA (International Action Network on Small Arms), ACT
(America Coming Together), and the Tides Foundations are but a few of
the other tentacles of the Soros-Occupied Government.
- Any politician like Bob Casey (D-PA), Ned Lamont (D-CT),
John Kerry (D-MA), or Bill Nelson (D-FL) who accepts MoveOn's money and
support must be suspected of serving two masters: George Soros and the
United States. One cannot serve George Soros and remain a loyal citizen of the United States.
MoveOn.org lied to Abraham Foxman of the Anti-Defamation League and to the public as a whole
when it said it could not control what people, even unnamed
conservative operatives whom it accused of posting the material in
question, wrote in its Action Forum.
- Candidates cannot control who endorses them but they can
reject endorsements from unsavory groups, as Ronald Reagan did the Ku
- MoveOn.org tolerated and sanctioned anti-Semitic and in
some cases racist and anti-Christian hate speech in its Action Forum.
The Action Forum is also full of 9/11 conspiracy theories that could
have come straight from the Jeff Rense Show.
Chronology of the Destruction of MoveOn.org by legal, nonviolent, and socially-acceptable methods
- MoveOn's exercise of editorial control over the forum,
as shown by its diligence in finding and removing postings critical of
itself and of the racist and anti-Semitic material makes it 100 percent
responsible for the racist and anti-Semitic material that its
moderators saw and chose to let stand.
- For comparison, a totally-unmoderated Internet
be held accountable for racist hate speech or poor-taste ethnic jokes.
It is in fact up to the other participants to report spam and criminal
conduct like violent threats to other users. It is the exercise of editorial control that makes MoveOn.org responsible for the content of its Action Forum.
- Other Action Forum participants voted overwhelming
approval, usually ranging from 70 to 95%, of the racist,
anti-Christian, and anti-Semitic slurs along with the 9/11 conspiracy
theories. We doubt that 70-95% of the Action Forum consists of
Republican operatives, especially given the left-leaning but
non-bigoted material that also is posted there.
- No matter who posted the material, though, MoveOn.org's moderators saw it and chose to let it stand while censoring other postings.
This makes MoveOn responsible for the content, and therefore an
anti-Semitic and to a degree racist and anti-Christian hate
- An official MoveOn bulletin from Noah Winer hints at "Jews with divided loyalties" so maybe the Action Forum is taking its cue from MoveOn itself.
- MoveOn candidate Ned Lamont accepted an endorsement from
and is campaigning with a known racist and anti-Semite named Al
Sharpton, whose mobs perpetrated two separate acts of anti-Semitic
violence in which people were killed (Crown Heights and Freddy's
Fashion Market). Sharpton was also central to the Tawana Brawley
scandal in Wappingers Falls NY in 1988.
It is our full expectation (and intention) to destroy
MoveOn.org by legal and nonviolent methods, the same way we destroyed
the Million Mom March in 2000. We are posting here for the record the
chronology of events to date and our strategy. We intend this to be
our second success in "killing" an entity more than ten thousand times
our size in terms of person-hours and financial resources through the legal and nonviolent
application of organizational psychology and organizational science.
Our allies should take this as a reassuring sign that they have a
powerful friend who stands with them and who stands for principles. To our enemies we say only,
"Odirent dum metuent," "Let them hate as long as they fear."
Ethical ConsiderationsNow (13 October 2006), we're going to tell MoveOn.org what it should have done, now that it is far too late.
The mistake (and lack of ethics) that will cost MoveOn.org its
existence was to reply to the breaking scandal with an
easily-disprovable lie and an attempt to blame the hate speech on
agents provacateurs. This is what has exposed MoveOn.org to the total
(and rightful) destruction of its credibility. Eli Pariser should have
stepped forward with an abject apology: something like, "We fouled up
big time, screwed the pooch, and blew it completely. By allowing our
Action Forum to be used as a platform for this kind of behavior, we did
an enormous disservice to ourselves, our members, and our candidates.
We have accordingly deleted the entire Action Forum to prevent further
dissemination of the hate speech in question." It's like cutting off a
diseased limb but it denies the enemy (us) the opportunity to inflict further damage.
It's considered bad form to continue to berate and criticize someone
after he makes a sincere apology and takes actions to prove its
sincerity. We are not sure how we could have pursued this further had
MoveOn.org taken all its lumps up front and cut the Action Forum loose.
As it was, however, MoveOn's dishonest attempts at damage control
presented us with an indefensible target into which to pour one attack
after another-- like shooting fish in a barrel.
We have been accused of MoveOn.org Action Forum participants as well as
others of trying to "silence" our adversaries by destroying their
organizations. Gun control supporters also may be unhappy with what we
did to the Million Mom March. We remind anyone who has ethical qualms
about our methods of some excellent wisdom that Rudyard Kipling quoted
in his Holy War:
considerable amount of folklore supports this observation. Some vampire
legends say that a vampire can never enter a dwelling unless someone
invites him across the threshold. The city of Troy could not be taken
until the inhabitants opened the door for the wooden horse. Christian
theology says that Jesus stands at the door and knocks, thus asking to
be let into the believer's heart. The corollary is that the Devil also
must stand at the door and knock, but his prospective minion must let
him in before he can guide the minion along an evil path.We cannot
destroy an organization until it opens the door through actions
contrary to common decency (allowing its discussion forum to become a
platform for racist and anti-Semitic hate speech or, in the case of the
Million Mom March, lying to prospective donors and volunteers) or even
the law (using 501(c)(3) tax-exempt money to support Al Gore's and
other political campaigns).
"For here lay the excellent wisdom
of him that built Mansoul, that the walls
could never be broken down nor hurt
by the most mighty adverse potentate
unless the townsmen gave consent thereto."
BUNYAN'S Holy War
The purpose of this chronology, or diary if you will, is to document
clearly the strategy and methods that have brought about the
destruction of MoveOn.org and serve as a testimony to the overwhelming and unstoppable power of organizational science and psychology.
|Destruction of the Million Mom March, April 2000-October 2001
|Destruction of MoveOn.org, August-November 2006
Late April 2000: Stentorian.com exposes
the Million Mom March for promoting political candidates on its Apple
Pie Award page while claiming 501(c)(3) tax exempt status.
April-May 2000: Columnist J.R. Labbe picks up this story, using information provided by Stentorian.com. It appears in
her column in many newspapers. This was the decisive (and lethal) blow as shown by the MMM's reaction immediately afterward.
- May 2000, just prior to Mother's Day: The Million Mom March
its tax status. It first says it's going to become a political action
Then it splits into the 501(c)(3) Million Mom March Foundation and the
501(c)(4) (nonexempt lobbying) Million Mom March. During this time
period, organizations such as the Evangelical Lutheran Church in
America distance themselves from the Million Mom March because of its
apparent abuse of 501(c)(3) tax-exempt money.
March 2001: Donna
Dees-Thomases announces that the group is laying off 30 of its 35 staff
2001: Second Amendment activists Jim March and Najda Adolf point out
that a lobbying group (the
now-501(c)(4) Million Mom March) is apparently receiving
rent-free space at the San Francisco General Hospital. Consternation at
SFGH. (This initiates the mopping-up phase of the conflict, in which
what is left of the Million Mom March is hunted down and pursued to the
March-April 2001: SFGH evicts the Million Mom March.
13 May 2001: The Million Mom March reappears at the 501(c)(3) tax-exempt
Children's Home in Chicago.
- We send certified letters to the Uhlich Children's Home so it can't deny knowing about the MMM's activities.
28 June 2001: Million Mom March announces
its death date, officially called a merger with the Brady Campaign.
MoveOn.org: this is your future, and that skeletal hand that is pointing to this grave marker is not going to go away.
(1) Find something the enemy cannot defend-- like misuse of 501(c)(3) tax-exempt money for electioneering-- and attack him continuously.
(2) Drive a wedge between the organization's leaders and its rank-and-file.
Organizations can survive loss of morale but loss of commitment (the
relationship of trust and mutual utility between leader and follower)
is almost invariably fatal. Instead of arguing gun control with the MMM
(and thus encouraging the followers to close ranks against us) we
successfully accused the organization of lying to its own people to get them to donate time and money.
(3) World War I-style trench warfare does not work. The mighty
National Rifle Association, despite its well-received-by-the-choir
preaching to the choir about the Million Mom March's gun control agenda
had no effect whatsoever on the MMM's ongoing ability to pursue that
agenda. Our own initial efforts along these lines (February-March 2000)
were equally ineffective but we changed our tactics quickly.
- 16 August 2006: Jan Poller informs us of rampant
anti-Semitism in MoveOn.org's Action Forum. He has also been active in
posting objections to this kind of material, only to have his protests
deleted by the Action Forum moderators. (This matches our own
subsequent experience, and we posted one item to obtain proof.)
- 16 August, 2006. "MoveOn.org and 'Jew Lieberman'" in Israpundit marks our initial entry into this controversy. Columns and documentation also are posted at Net War to Mobilize Democracy and elsewhere.
- 25 August 2006: Robert Goldberg's "Donkey See, Monkey Do" is published in the Washington Times. It documents the use of anti-Semitic slurs like "Jew Lieberman" at MoveOn.org's Action Forum.
- 29 August 2006: We start the Web log MoveOnPleaseMoveOn
to document the rapidly-growing list of anti-American, anti-Semitic,
and occassionally racist slurs at MoveOn.org along with 9/11 conspiracy
theories worthy of the Jeff Rense show.
- 29 August 2006: We E-mail Bob Casey's (D-PA) campaign
headquarters and demand that Casey disown and repudiate MoveOn.org's
endorsement. No reply is received and phone calls are not returned so:
- 30 August 2006: We send initial
documentation of the anti-Semitism scandal to the Santorum campaign
(Casey's opponent) and also to the other MoveOn-endorsed candidates,
cc: their Republican and independent opponents. Specific strategic objective: get at least one Democrat to publicly distance himself or herself from MoveOn.org,
thus causing heavy and probably fatal damage to MoveOn's image as an
"asset" to the Democratic Party. The Democrats' alternative is, of
couse, to lose their elections because of their knowing and willful ongoing association with an anti-American and anti-Semitic entity.
- 2 September 2006: MoveOn.org's Eli Pariser tries some damage control through a MoveOn.org press release.
The press release argues that MoveOn.org cannot be held accountable for
the anti-Semitic material because it was posted by individuals over
whom MoveOn has no control, and even accuses conservative operatives of
planting the material to embarrass MoveOn.org.
- 2 September 2006: MoveOn.org's Eli Pariser replies to Robert Goldberg in the Washington Times.
- "MoveOn doesn't endorse the opinions expressed on the forum. And of
course, as soon as we saw the post that Mr. Goldberg is referring to,
we took it down. Doesn't Mr. Goldberg have better things to write about — like the fiasco in Iraq?"
- 5 September 2006: Our response to Eli Pariser appears in the Washington Times
and demonstrates that MoveOn.org was monitoring the Action Forum and
could have removed the anti-Semitic postings had it wanted to-- as
proven by its removal of comments that criticized MoveOn.org and/or the
anti-Semitic postings. Furthermore, the MoveOn Action Forum community voted overwhelming approval of the remarks in question.
- If the Eleventh Commandment is, "Thou Shalt Not Get Caught," the Twelfth may be, "Thou Shalt Not Tell an Easily-Disproven Lie."
- Senator Santorum's support blog picks this letter up the same day. Bad news for Bob Casey if the Santorum campaign exploits this.
MoveOn.org chronology, continued.
- 6 September 2006: We post "MoveOn.org is running scared, time to finish them."
Postings by Tim Hansen (whom we think is an Action Forum moderator,
having been cited by Eli Pariser as the one who "makes the Action Forum
sing") warn other participants against using profanity.
- 8 September 2006: "Black Friday for MoveOn.org" The widening scandal is exposed in the Wall Street Journal.
- "Many scandals should kill organizations and political careers; whether
they do depends on whether they “grow legs” and spread. Today’s Wall Street Journal’s
editorial page (online subscribers see
has just spread the information to millions of highly-educated and
mostly conservative readers." "William Kristol’s “Anti-Judaism” (Wall Street Journal, 8 September 2006) has given long legs to the information that Robert Goldberg's “Donkey See, Monkey Do” (Washington Times, http://www.washingtontimes.com/op-ed/20060828-101134-7666r.htm) and our own Israpundit, NetWMD, and blog at http://moveonpleasemoveon.blogspot.com/ have been trying to disseminate."
- Our opinion piece on MoveOn's pathetic excuses for leaving the slurs online compares MoveOn to a drug dealer who claims that the police planted the dope on him.
- The American Spectator's "From America First to America Last" compares MoveOn.org to the pre-Second World War America First organization, and cites Israpundit for information about anti-Semitic slurs.
- That evening, MoveOn.org disables its Action Forum: the equivalent of a headlong battlefield rout. 8 September 2006 is the most disasterous day for MoveOn.org so far.
- 10 September 2006: MoveOn.org is definitely reading
IsraPundit because it puts the Action Forum back online, albeit under
heavy moderation, to avoid the perception of a headlong rout. Its
problems are now that (1) it is clearly 100 percent responsible for
approving anything that appears there and (2) the contents of the
Action Forum can be searched for more evidence. Plenty is found.
In addition, the intensive moderation, sometimes with 24-hour delays
between posting and the appearance of the post, demoralizes the Action
Forum participants. Some accuse MoveOn of censorship and most agree
that it makes the forum far less welcoming.
- 11 September 2006: The Evening Bulletin (Pennsylvania) picks up on the scandal. "It is also troubling to see increased anti-Semitism on college
campuses, virulent anti-Israel and anti-Semitic slogans and signs at
rallies against the war in Iraq, and anti-Semitic posts on Democratic
web sites such as Moveon.org's member forums. These expressions of
hatred are tolerated by the Democratic Party to an extent not seen in
the past. The Democratic Party of Joe Lieberman, Harry Truman, and
Scoop Jackson has been replaced by one led by Michael Moore, Cindy
Sheehan, Al Sharpton, and Jimmy Carter. It's not your father's
Democratic Party anymore. So it's time for Jewish Democrats to ask themselves: Does the Democratic Party still represent you?"
- 13 September 2006: the MoveOn Action Forum anti-Semitism scandal is mentioned by Sean Hannity on his national radio program.
- We post evidence
that MoveOn.org lied to the Anti-Defamation League about removing the
anti-Semitic material. Some was removed but some was left online. (See
10 September; MoveOn's attempt to rally by reinstating the forum also
reinstated plenty of anti-Semitic and even racist slurs.)
- The Washington Times
hits MoveOn.org again, this time citing Israpundit and ourselves.
"Judging by its actions in the wake of this scandal and the tone of the
paper, we can say with "a margin of safety" that MoveOn still has a
Jewish problem. So do the candidates who fail to renounce the support
MoveOn is giving them."
- 14 September 2006: We inform Green Party candidate Carl
Romanelli of Casey's association with MoveOn.org. The Romanelli
campaign loathes Casey and justifiably so, for using various legal
maneuvers to try to keep the Greens off the ballot.
- 15 September 2006: The American Spectator's "A Mighty Democrat has Struck Out" cites Casey's association with MoveOn.org and his acceptance of its money. This article also cites IsraPundit.
- 22 September 2006: Joseph Cella of Fidelis criticizes Bob Casey's acceptance of MoveOn.org support, noting MoveOn.org's cartoon that attacked Pope Benedict
- 24 September 2006: MoveOn.org again disables its Action Forum. This time the excuse is, "As we did in 2004, we've suspended ActionForum for the final push to the
election to conserve technology bandwidth. ActionForum will be back after
- No one disables part of their Web site just before an election. It is quite clear that MoveOn's attempt to rally has failed
- 1 October 2006: Center for Jewish Values calls on Bob Casey to repudiate MoveOn.org's endorsement
- 8 October 2006: Joel Himelfarb's "A Bizarre Political Alliance" in the Washington Times again hits the Action Forum's racist and anti-Semitic hate speech..
- 8 October, 2006: We post Jan Poller's devastating letter to MoveOn.org (dated April 1 2004) at Israpundit. This letter proves that MoveOn.org knew of the hate speech for almost two and a half years.
- 12 October 2006: The Republican Jewish Coalition calls on Pennsylvania's Bob Casey to disown MoveOn.org's support
- 13 October, 2006: Caroline Glick's "Column One: Soros Moves On to Israel" in the Jerusalem Post cites the Action Forum's hate speech. See also the Jewish World Review.
- 18 October, 2006: Black Wednesday for Bob Casey and MoveOn.org. Several Jewish and Catholic groups, acting largely with information provided by us, demand that Senate candidate Bob Casey disown MoveOn.org and the so-called Human Rights Campaign.
- 27 October, 2006: National Jewish Democratic Council
accuses the Republican Jewish Coalition of "Swiftboating" MoveOn.org.
This shows that MoveOn.org must be in serious trouble and it needs
nominally Jewish collaborators and enablers to pull its chestnuts out
of the fire.
- 27 October, 2006: Black Friday II for MoveOn.org. We find the Action Forum FAQ still online, and along with it proof from MoveOn.org itself that its moderators were watching the Action Forum.
- At this point, the National Jewish Democratic Council,
Jewish Funds for Justice, and Anti-Defamation League will have to
denounce MoveOn.org and distance themselves from it. The instant any of them disowns MoveOn.org, it will crack the ranks of MoveOn.org's supporters and lead to a headlong rout.
If they stick with MoveOn.org, however, they will be knowingly and
willfully acting as Judas goats; using their Jewish identities to
knowingly and willfully back up MoveOn.org's lie about not knowing
about the Action Forum. Their position is now completely untenable and
- 7 November 2006 (Election Day). Although Democrats, especially centrist Democrats, perform very well, MoveOn.org-supported candidates perform very poorly. Of the candidates that MoveOn.org endorsed officially (http://pol.moveon.org/2006/endorsed.html):
- Of the six MoveOn.org winners, two at most faced serious challenges. The other four faced weak, disorganized, or even write-in candidates
- Patrick Murphy for U.S. Congress (PA-08)
- Robert Byrd for U.S. Senate (WV). Kleagle Byrd probably could not
lose this seat unless he was caught having intimate relations with a
sheep– a black one, given his background.
- Bob Casey for U.S. Senate (PA). Casey’s opponent was so unexciting
that we would probably have voted for Casey ourselves was it not for
his association with MoveOn.org. Casey is also nominally a centrist
Democrat who has an “A” rating from the NRA, so it is hard to
understand why he accepted MoveOn’s support in the first place.
- Nick Lampson for U.S. Congress (TX-22) beat a write-in candidate for Tom DeLay’s former seat
- Sherrod Brown for U.S. Senate (OH)
- Bill Nelson for U.S. Senate (FL) “U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson easily won re-election
to a second term Tuesday over Republican challenger Katherine Harris,
who staged a bungled, longshot bid to unseat the popular incumbent.”
While Lois Murphy (PA, 6th Congressional District) was
not on the MoveOn.org endorsement list, she apparently received funding
from MoveOn.org. Her opponent, Jim Gerlach, is the only candidate
whom we know followed our advice to use MoveOn.org and the hate speech
scandal against her. Murphy also lost, even though she was projected to win.
- Ned Lamont (D-CT) lost to “Jew Lieberman” (”Centrist Democratic Party”)
- Diane Farrell for U.S. Congress (CT-04) lost to Christopher Shays
- Francine Busby for U.S. Congress (CA-50) lost to Brian Bilbray
Outcome as of November 2006
- Of MoveOn.org's six winners, four would doubtlessly
have won without MoveOn's support and in fact might have done better
- Ned Lamont, who was perhaps MoveOn.org's crown jewel--
noting that MoveOn.org supported him in the primary to get rid of "Jew
- In the sole known case in which the Republican used
MoveOn.org against his opponent, the Republican won. This was in a
contest in which the Democrat was favored.
- While the election was an obvious victory for the Democratic Party, it was in fact a defeat for MoveOn.org.
- Although the Democrats made enormous gains in the election, the performance of MoveOn.org's candidates was mediocre at best.
MoveOn.org's Action Forum has been disabled and will probably never be brought back online.
MoveOn.org's reputation has been damaged very badly by the hate speech scandal.
- It is quite likely that the MoveOn.org connection cost Lois Murphy (PA-6) the election.
September 2007: MoveOn.org and the "General Betray Us" Ad. End of the line for MoveOn.org.
- Organizations like the Anti-Defamation League, Jewish
Funds for Justice, A Jewish Voice for Peace, and National Jewish
Democratic Council have also suffered damage from supporting MoveOn.org.
- Early September: MoveOn.org publishes a derogatory and defamatory ad in the New York Times. "
Today before Congress and before the American people, General Petraeus
is likely to become General Betray Us" shows that MoveOn.org did not
even wait to hear what this distinguished soldier had to say before
accusing him of lying and betrayal: the most vicious imaginable insults
toward any member of our Armed Forces. We project that this will be the fatal mistake that puts an end to MoveOn.org for good.
- 20 September 2007: More than 40 percent of the Senate's Democrats join in supporting the Cornyn amendment: "To express the sense of the Senate that General David H.
Petraeus, Commanding General, Multi-National Force-Iraq, deserves the
full support of the Senate and strongly condemn personal attacks on the
honor and integrity of General Petraeus and all members of the United
States Armed Forces." This
is why the "General Betray Us" Ad marks the end of the line for
MoveOn.org. Many Democrats are now more afraid of common decency and
public opinion than they are of MoveOn.org's and George Soros' money.
This breach in the ranks of MoveOn.org Democrats, including former
MoveOn candidates like Bob Casey (PA) and Bill Nelson (FL) marks the
beginning of the organization's collapse.
- 26 September, 2007: House Democrats vote almost two to one to join in supporting General Petraeus and condemning MoveOn.org, thus reinforcing the above conclusion.
Devastating proof that MoveOn.org knowingly and willfully welcomed hate speech since April 2004
Jan Poller's letter to MoveOn.org, dated 1 April 2004
MoveOn.org Action Forum FAQ page
From: Jan Mel Poller [E-mail given to MoveOn.org, deleted for privacy here]
Sent: Thursday, April 01, 2004 10:19 AM
Subject: Liberals and the left
I doubt that you will read this or pass it on to your leaders, but it is worth a try.
I am an old time Liberal, dating back to the Truman era. I am
deeply disturbed by some of the anti-liberal views espoused in many
forums on line, in college campuses and in the news media.
Liberalism always fought for truth and against censorship. I was
told by a Muslim woman that she was against terrorism, Saddam, Arafat
and the rest of the Jihad leaders. However, her posts were not allowed
to appear here. At the same time, Nouris strongly anti-Israel posts,
not to mention rod Hutchinson’s anti-Semitic post are allowed to appear.
You tolerated [censored?] my posts, which challenged support for Jihadist
terrorism and supported Israel and the spread of democracy throughout
the world (including the Arab world), have all been removed. I am no
longer allowed to post.
I am pleased that you have done this as it supports my view that the extreme left is totalitarian.
You are part of the college campus terrorists. San Francisco state
expelled a 59 year old Russian Jewish woman because she attacked
Communism and supported Israel. You are part of the totalitarian left
who shouts down anyone who doesn’t share your views.
The first time I came to the MoveOn website, you prominently
display a screed that said Barak, not Arafat walked out of the Camp
David peace talks. You did this on the word of Uri Avneri against al
the statements by people who were there, including your hero, Clinton.
The really bright thing that you do is support the Islamo-fascist
Jihadists. You give them the knife present your throat and say, “Slit
You are like the pacifists of the 1930’s who didn’t mind Hitler’s aggression.
Jan Mel Poller
PS: you might remind Noah T Winer that Hamas wants to slaughter all
Jews in Israel. If they succeed in doing that, they won’t stop there.
After all, the Islamo-Fascists are claiming Spain again and the Jews
would be killed there, as well.
proves that MoveOn.org's moderators not only saw every piece of hate speech, they saw each one twice.
How can I make sure someone at MoveOn reads my post ?
All comments are read at least twice. While there is no single
criteria, comments that suggest a possible MoveOn action and are not
duplicative are likely to be immediately passed on, or included in a
summary to the whole MoveOn team. Ratings, while important, are not
definitive and some comments with few or low ratings are included in
the summaries. Important issues are sometimes followed up with a
survey to a sampling of the membership.
Just what does your moderator do? Our
moderators are better described as monitors. They spend the vast
majority of their time looking for comments to pass on to the MoveOn
team and doing weekly forum summaries.
With regard to moderating,
their goal is to help create a space to facilitate input. It is
their goal to remove every comment that might be inappropriate. [Our
experience is, however, that they were very diligent at removing
comments that criticized MoveOn.org.] The
first line of moderators are our members, who rate inappropriate
comments low. [Our experience, as shown on the evidence pages for this site, is that the members gave them overwhelming approval.]
Proof of Exercise of Editorial Control by MoveOn.org Moderators
We posted the following in late August or early September 2006. We
doubt that our readers will find anything in it that would justify
removal by MoveOn.org's moderators (especially in comparison to remarks
like "whining, arrogant Jew" and "the Catholics are raping your
However, this is what we got when we tried to access the post a while later:
Lamont must denounce and disown Al Sharpton
We all know how responsible voters would react to any candidate who
accepted an endorsement from David Duke (former Ku Klux Klansman and
prominent anti-Semite) and even went on the campaign trail with him.
The candidate would be branded a racist and anti-Semite by association
and voted down accordingly.
Ned Lamont has accepted an endorsement from Al Sharpton, the
architect of the Crown Heights riots, Tawana Brawley scandal, and
Freddy’s Fashion Market riot. While Sharpton’s conduct apparently fell
short of the legal requirements for an arrest for incitement to riot,
his “Juden Raus” (Jews Out) rhetoric doubtlessly played a role in
fomenting violent incidents in which people were killed. He must
therefore be viewed as “David Duke in blackface” or even worse– the
Negro equivalent of a Ku Klux Klan leader who yells “Negroes out!” (and
“Negroes” is not the word he uses) and whose followers then lynch black
people or give them Jasper Texas pickup truck rides (dragging them
behind the pickup trucks).
“…[Outside Freddy’s Fashion Market, a Jewish-owned stor in Harlem]
Picketers from Mr. Sharpton’s National Action Network, sometimes joined
by “the Rev.” himself, marched daily outside the store, screaming about
“bloodsucking Jews” and “Jew bastards” and threatening to burn the
“After weeks of increasingly violent rhetoric, one of the
protesters, Roland Smith, took Mr. Sharpton’s words about ousting the
“white interloper” to heart. He ran into the store shouting, “It’s on!”
He shot and wounded three whites and a Pakistani, whom he apparently
mistook for a Jew. Then he set the fire, which killed five Hispanics,
one Guyanese and one African-American–a security guard whom protesters
had taunted as a “cracker lover.” Smith then fatally shot himself. “
So we have an individual whose followers sling phrases like
“bloodsucking Jews,” “Jew bastards,” and “cracker lovers” (a Black with
white friends, or the counterpart of what the Kluxers call a nigger
lover). Sharpton is himself on record as talking of “white interlopers”
and, as I recall, (Jewish) “diamond merchants.” He is nothing less than
the Negro answer to the Ku Klux Klan and Ned Lamont is out campaigning
with him. This has to stop or voters will rightly conclude that Lamont
tolerates racism and anti-Semitism of the worst possible kind.
Incidentally, the use of terms like “Jew Lieberman” by MoveOn.org
Action Forum participants simply reinforces the above perception even
further and I can guarantee that Jewish voters, who normally vote
Democratic, are being told about it.
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The George Soros Connection
Most of what the anti-Semites say about ZOG is true if
applied to SOG (Soros-Occupied Government) instead. The billionaire
international financier and convicted inside trader
is behind a veritable octopus of entities like MoveOn.org and various
non-governmental organizations, through which he channels millions of dollars
to influence elections and governmental policies. The 527 tax code, in fact,
allows Soros to legally bypass FEC limitations on campaign contributions by funding
organizations like MoveOn.org. Per "Soros 'Reform'"
…The Washington Post puff piece on Soros was sparked by news that the
one-world billionaire had given $5-million – the largest "soft money"
contribution in American history -- to
an organization called MoveOn.org. It was the first of many such massive
Soros contributions to this and other similar "stealth" groups set up
after enactment of McCain-Feingold.
…In essence, "527’s"
claim to have immunity from sunshine reporting and all other strictures demanded
by the FEC under BCRA, because they were created under the U.S. Tax code. It’s
like a drunk driver saying the traffic laws don’t apply to him because
anti-pollution laws in a vehicle cover him. Hiding under the "527"
category are some very inbred Democratic Party operatives – all on the radical
left. Their organizations have become stealth political parties – in the case
of Soros’ benefaction, stealth ultra-left, anti-gun-rights political parties.
Opensecrets.org (ironically part of the Center for Responsive
Politics, which is funded by Soros' own Open Society) lists Soros'
contributions to various 527 groups
Victory Campaign 2004 $12,050,000
Coming Together $7,500,000
Young Democrats of America $325,000
Campaign for America's Future $300,000
The Real Economy Group $300,000
Safer Together 04 $150,000
There is plenty of additional information on the Internet
regarding George Soros' network of nongovernmental organizations and 527-code
organizations. Any political candidate who accepts MoveOn.org's support must therefore be regarded as a member
of Soros "shadow government" with questionable loyalty to the United
States— noting that Soros has called the U.S. under President Bush a menace
to world peace while working to subordinate our country to the so-called
MoveOn.org and George Soros' Shadow Government
The so-called "Shadow Democratic Party" or
"Shadow Party" is a nationwide network of non-profit activist groups,
whose agendas are ideologically to the left, which are engaged in campaigning
for the Democrats. Its activities include fundraising, get-out-the-vote drives,
political advertising and covert operations (including opposition research,
media manipulation and "dirty tricks").
…The Shadow Party was conceived and organized principally by
George Soros, Hillary Clinton and Harold McEwan Ickes - all identified
with the Democratic Party left. [However, part of
MoveOn.org's Action Forum has actually turned on Clinton by proclaiming,
"Jew Lieberman is done, Corporate Clinton is next."]
The Shadow Party draws much of its funding from the
entertainment world. According to the
Center for Public Integrity(as of August 2004), Jane Fonda is the third
largest Shadow Party donor ($13,085,750) followed by Hollywood producer
Stephen Bing in fourth place ($9,869,014). The second and first
spots are held respectively by George and Susan Soros ($13,120,000) and by
Soros' long-time friend and collaborator, insurance mogul Peter B. Lewis
MoveOn.org's alleged harassment and intimidation of voters in the 2004 election
MoveOn can't blame this one on Zionist cyber-trolls,
conservatives, and Karl Rove agents. 
Friday, May 9, 2003
Noah T. Winer, Editor
Nearly all PNAC participants, whether
Jewish or Christian, are right-wing Zionists who support Ariel Sharon's Likud
Party. In 1996, Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, and others drafted a paper
for incoming Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu urging him to make "a clean
break" from the Oslo peace process preferring "peace through
strength," including the ouster of Saddam Hussein.
essay describes many of the familiar neo-conservatives as having "dual
loyalties," making policy decisions in the interests of the State of
Israel as much as the United States.
The Counterpunch article is even worse. This is the kind of reference that MoveOn uses for its official
"The link between active promoters of Israeli interests and
policymaking circles is stronger by several orders of magnitude in the Bush
administration, which is peppered with people who have long records of activism
on behalf of Israel in the United States, of policy advocacy in Israel, and of
promoting an agenda for Israel often at odds with existing U.S. policy. These
people, who can fairly be called Israeli loyalists, are now at all levels of
government, from desk officers at the Defense Department to the deputy
secretary level at both State and Defense, as well as on the National Security
Council staff and in the vice president's office."
Why not just say ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government)? It's a
American Center for Voting Rights reports,
The Ohio Election Report adds,
(E) Court Orders MoveOn.org To Cease Voter Intimidation And Harassment In Ohio
On Election Day, individuals in Franklin County, Ohio, were threatened
and harassed at their polling places by agents of MoveOn.org after
being asked about their voting preference and revealing their intention
to vote Republican. Similar situations are alleged to have occurred
elsewhere around the state and prompted a lawsuit filed in the Franklin
County Common Pleas Court. Voters were intimidated by MoveOn.org in an
attempt to dissuade them from voting for George W. Bush or in an
attempt to harass them after they voted. (84) (Exhibit K)
Examples of such intimidation include one plaintiff who arrived at his
polling place and was called over to a table operated by MoveOn.org
that promised “Free Coffee.” The plaintiff asked for a cup of coffee,
was asked if he would voter for Kerry, and responded that he would not.
The person at the table refused him a cup of coffee. The plaintiff then
noticed that particular individual and others standing near the
plaintiff’s car. When he exited the polling place, the MoveOn.org table
was placed in front of his car, blocking his exit. When he asked them
to move, the individuals harassed him, took his picture and recorded
his license plate.
(c) Move-On.Org Enjoined by Court for Voter Intimidation and Harassment
On Election Day, two individuals in Franklin County were threatened and harassed at the
polling place by agents of MoveOn.org after being asked about their voting preference and
revealing their intention to vote Republican. Similar situations occurred in virtually every
county around the state and prompted a lawsuit filed in the Franklin County Common Pleas
Court. Voters were intimidated by MoveOn.org in an attempt to dissuade them from voting for
George W. Bush or in an attempt to harass them after they voted.
Examples of such intimidation include one Plaintiff who arrived at his polling place and
was called over to a table operated by MoveOn.Org that promised “Free Coffee.” The Plaintiff
asked for a cup of coffee, was asked if he would voter for Kerry, and responded that he would
not. The person at the table refused him a cup of coffee. The Plaintiff then noticed that
individual and others were standing near the Plaintiff’s car. When he exited the polling place,
the MoveOn.Org table was placed in front of his car, blocking his exit. When he asked them to
move, the individuals harassed him, took his picture and recorded his license plate.
Another voter noticed a loud and boisterous gentleman at her polling place wearing a
“Voting Rights Staff” badge and standing well within 100 feet of the polling place. In fact, he
stood right outside one Plaintiff’s voting booth and told her that she only had a few seconds left
and needed to make her final vote. These Plaintiffs sought, and received, a temporary restraining
order against MoveOn.Org. The complaint has subsequently been amended to include similar
acts by agent of MoveOn.org that occurred elsewhere in the state. See Timms et al. v.
MoveOn.Org, Franklin County Court of Common Pleas, Case No. 04 CVH11 011533. (Exhibit S)
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