They even use nuns as controlled opposition. Sad, really. How low will they stoop? Children, nuns, doesn’t matter, apparently.
An octogenarian Roman Catholic nun, jailed for breaking into a nuclear weapons facility in Tennessee, is facing up to 30 years in prison after losing her plea for the most serious charge to be dropped.
Sister Megan Rice, 83, and two fellow peace activists staged a non-violent protest to symbolically disarm the Oak Ridge Y-12 nuclear weapons facility, home to the nation’s main supply of highly enriched uranium, in July. They were initially charged with trespassing, a misdemeanor punishable by up to a year in prison, but felony charges quickly followed. They were eventually convicted of interfering with national security and damage to federal property.
The New York Times described the break-in as he “the biggest security breach” in the nation’s atomic history.
The peace movement, the anti-nuke movement – all nicely controlled by the top. Of course there are many honest, well intention-ed people in the movements – but they’re all just spinning their wheels. Where’s Jane Fonda when you need her?