Urgent plans to save Elian from the troops

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Urgent Plan to Save Elian From the Troops!

John LeBoutillier Friday April 21, 2000





Todays news stories that Clinton has told Reno to "get it done and move the Feds in to grab the boy must be taken seriously.

We must assume this is not a bluff.

Here is a plan that may keep the boy in Florida through his court appeals  and through the rest of this corrupt administrations term in office:

You and your family and Elian need to move  at once  into the nearest Catholic church and claim asylum there for the boy.

Meanwhile the entire Cuban-American community in Miami needs to encircle this church and vow to remain there to protect Elian.

And the news media need to be positioned inside and outside this Church to show America and the world what may happen.

There is no way Clinton and Reno would dare bust through that circle of devout, praying Americans, knock down the doors of a Catholic church, plow over nuns and priests and drag the boy out kicking and screaming  all on live TV!

There is a long tradition of the Church protecting those asking for asylum. (In the 1980s the Catholic Church here in the States often sheltered those fleeing the war in El Salvador.)

If the boy is taken to the District of Columbia and "reunited with his father, in fact he will be subject to brainwashing, drugs and torture to "convince him to want to go back to Cuba.

It would be the first time the American government assisted a foreign government in seizing someone on American soil and allowing his brainwashing right here in the United States!

It is Good Friday and a Holy weekend. Please, Uncle Lazaro, go to the church to pray and to seek shelter  to save Elian from the Pontius Pilate known as Janet Reno.


-- - (x@xxx.com), April 21, 2000


Are you suggesting that there are nuns or priests who would not let Elian's father come into the church and take the boy home?


-- jumpoff joe (jumpoff@echoweb.neet), April 21, 2000.

Besides, talk about "brainwashing"! How do you suppose his great uncle and his fleet of advisors managed to get this child to make a video about "not wanting to go back to Cuba"? What a bunch of creeps. Gimme a break.


-- jumpoff joe (jumpoff@echoweb.neet), April 21, 2000.

My God man get a grip. The "corrupt" Catholic Church wrote the freakin BOOK on brainwashing.

You need to get a life at your nearest opportunity.

-- And I thought Monika and O.J. were bad (Elian@go.home), April 21, 2000.

I'd imagine during the course of history the Catholics have killed, or injured either physically or mentally as many as they've helped. They do a fine job, along with the fundy missionaries, of ruining other people's religion and culture, and they are the religious experts on brainwashing.

Elian should be with his father.

-- gilda (jess@listbot.com), April 21, 2000.

To: Those who've introduced "family values" into policial discussions as a means of claiming that their political positions are morally superior, but oppose Elian's return to his father for political reasons --

Please decide which of those incompatible positions you should abandon, then do so.

-- No Spam Please (nos_pam_please@hotmail.com), April 21, 2000.

Sheeesh, when are these right-wing wackos going to grow up? Now we have an insane former congressmen using this kid as a weapon in the right-wing agenda to make life hell for Janet Reno. Is there no limit to how low these creeps will go?

The boy has ALREADY signed the application for asylum, while under the "brainwashing" of his psychopathic uncle. Common sense tells us that a 6 year old boys father should be the one who decides what is best for the boy, not a bunch of psychotic anti-governmnet radicals who are using him as a pawn in their rebellious plot.

-- Hawk (flyin@high.again), April 21, 2000.

My good man we will rarely agree,

But on this one I think we both see.

That the kids just a tool,

To make Reno a fool,

And provide all the lawyers a fee.

-- Ra (tion@l.1), April 21, 2000.


When you're right, you're right. No six year old is capable of making life decisions for himself. That's why we have parents. As far as I know, the only parent this boy has is his father. I haven't seen anything that indicates the father shouldn't be making decisions about this boy, the same as millions of fathers do every day for their children.

-- Jim Cooke (JJCooke@yahoo.com), April 22, 2000.

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