Monday, February 02, 2009

Respond to zionist pig at watson/shit u

Notice this is occuring when watson/brown have either removed people who oppose the zionist agenda or have intimidated those who oppose it into keeping quiet. The former include people like Bill Beeman and the latter include people like biersteker, lutz, and stallings who remain at watson but are intimidated into silence. As of today you can count the number of people there who oppose zionism openly, like Bill keach, can be counted on your fingers. Were it not for the court order barring me from attending the event I would be there in a heartbeat, however notice that when I was more active with watson zionist pigs liek this knew to stay away, now watson is just another mediocre zionist ass kisser.
Peter Z

Forwarded as a public service.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Emergency Action:

3:30 pm
Watson Institute, 111 Thayer Street

Hi everyone, some of us at Brown have just learned of a visit of the
Israeli Consul General to New England speaking at the Watson Institute
this Tuesday at 4 pm. At the bottom of this email I've copied the
announcement for his talk, which is entitled "Israel in a Changing
Middle East."

We're trying to pull together a quick but solid response, with two components:

1) We'll ask people to stand outside the talk between 3:30 and 4 or
4:15, with signs if you wish and distributing flyers (we're in the
process of producing these, but any fact sheets/ information for the
Feb 7 event, etc, people can bring would be great, too). We hope to
target not only people coming in to the talk, but also the rush of
students coming to 4pm classes.

2) We also hope to have a contingent of people inside the talk,
preferably arriving at an early enough time to fill up as many seats
as possible (Joukowsky is actually quite small, about 40 seats). We'd
like people inside to coordinate by wearing black, and potentially
silently holding up placards (not sure yet of what these will be, but
again, it would be great if they were coordinated) after the talk

We are having an organizing meeting tonight to work out some of the
specific logistics of this. Come if you can--6pm in the lobby of J
Walter Wilson (corner of Waterman and Brown)--from there we'll try to
find a classroom in JWW.

But in the meantime, please email if you
think you will be
available to be either outside or inside the event (or both). You can
also call me if you arrive at the meeting late, or for any other
reason--401 575 1782. We'd like to get some idea of how many people
we can anticipate, and plan accordingly.


"Israel in a Changing Middle East," with Nadav Tamir, Consul General
of Israel to New England. Presented by the Watson Institute for
International Studies.

Location: Joukowsky Forum, Watson Institute, 111 Thayer Street

Please note that seating is limited

Nadav Tamir joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1993 and the
following year began to serve as the Policy Assistant to the Foreign
Minister. Nadav had the privilege to serve under 3 Foreign Ministers -
Shimon Peres, Ehud Barak, and David Levy. He was then promoted to the
position of Political Officer at the Israeli Embassy in Washington,
D.C. in 1997. In 2001, Nadav was granted the position of Advisor to
the Director General at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Jerusalem.

In 2003, Nadav was chosen as a Wexner Israel Fellow and earned his
Masters in Public Administration from the Kennedy School of Government
at Harvard University in 2004.

Prior to joining the Ministry, Nadav served as a security officer at
the Residence of the President of Israel, while simultaneously earning
his B.A. in Philosophy and Political Science from the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem, from which he graduated Magna Cum Laude.


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