Sunday, February 9, 2014

Boston Minister Laments Silence Of Public Officials and Alleged Victim Advocates After State Rep. is Expelled From Legislature For Attacking A Woman

Posted February 7, 2014 8:30 PM ET; Last updated February 9, 2014 5:45 AM ET

[From article]
What especially concerns me is how black leadership, most recently the NAACP, has supported Henriquez in his desperate attempt to stay in office, or has remained silent on the issue. This is as disgraceful as the violence itself. Black leaders have, with rare
exceptions, failed to raise their voices to call for Henriquez’s expulsion from the Legislature.
As a black man, I am outraged. The black political leadership of the city and the state have not displayed courage in repudiating the misbehavior of their own.
Perhaps more amazing is the silence of black female elected officials. The same must be said of the various anti-violence groups, not least those that are led by black women. Where were their voices?

Don't feel bad Rev. Scott. People in Massachusetts, see, hear and speak no evil. Cambridge city officials and Harvard University officials and their police employees, dominated by limousine liberals, "always" speak for the "most vulnerable." Meanwhile they allowed and joined in a 43-year-ongoing program of harassment, insults, provocations, humiliation, ridicule, abuse, character assassination of a 70-year-old white man who they all say is "crazy." City, state and U.S. taxpayer funded agencies whose mission is to protect such persons join in or stand by and allow it to continue. Currently it is a Harvard University campus policeman. The lesbian graduate student in psychology at Harvard University Medical School who was conducting a criminal behavior conditioning campaign trying to make me into a homosexual failed. The Harvard University campus police officer who protected her, appeared at my residence to take her place disturbing my sleep, tampering with my browser, operating system, and causing my computer to crash. In the film Five Easy Pieces, a woman asks Susan Anspach, "Don't you think that more harm has been done in the name of love than in the name of evil?" Anspach gets upset and walks out. I'm told that this policeman "loves" me. Huh? Probably loves me like the woman who told everyone I met and everyone I knew and know, "He's a retired drug dealer." She and her husband too said they loved me. With friends like these who needs enemies? How long before the President of Harvard University and the General Counsel appear on premises to do the same? Harvard and Cambridge residents love to torment people they believe are vulnerable and unable to fight back. They say they speak for them. It is a charming state and it is to be expected that they remain silent about a state rep being jailed for attacking a woman. As Hillary Clinton said, "What difference does it make?"

"The world is a dangerous place, not because of those who do evil, but because of those who look on and do nothing." -- Albert Einstein

Scott: Black leaders support of Carlos Henriquez a disgraceful turn
Friday, February 7, 2014
Boston Herald
By: The Rev. Mark V. Scott

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