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Super Bowl Boycott!
No Freedom, No Football!
Repeal the Laws That Ban Art, Music,
2000-03, 2000-09, 2000-41!
Then We'll Go To The game!
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link suggestions for 'Operation Take Back America', and stories
for publication on the Baloneyspeak web site by pressing
the picture of the Baloneyspeak mascot, 'Buddy Baloney'
About the name
of this site; Baloneyspeak. Yes, it is a take off on Orwell's
'doublespeak' which Webster defines as: "language used to
deceive usually through concealment or misrepresentation of truth."
An apropos name I thought for the public dialogue section of
the Fountain of Baloney web site. Revealing the baloney
- the deception, the concealment, the misrepresentation - is
what this site is all about.
Crooked Politicians. Crooked Judges, and Crooked Cops!
steal from someone; to purposefully oppress them and cause them
hardship and even their deaths - for mere personal gain -
is a heinous and low life crime.
But even more
heinous; to do this while smilingly posing as that individual's
friend, neighbor, and sworn public servant, is the crime
of a morally twisted, deeply insecure, psychopathic loser piece
of human puke that
belongs behind bars.
You kick the
dog, you own the bite! Treat him right and he's a real delight!
- Your chance to sound
is the public forum (web log) of the Fountain of Baloney
- I have discontinued
this portion of the Fountain of Baloney web site. The below information
will be left here for its relevance to other pages on the site
and its historical value.
Thanksgiving. Three items in this post:
- 1. An email
'Letter of Petition' to the newly elected City Commissioners
- 2. BOYCOTT
- 3. Happy
Holidays from the 'Saint Aug Dog' and the Fountain of Baloney.
1. An Open
'Letter of Petition' To Don Crichlow, George Gardner and Errol
on your successful candidacies.
- As future
Commissioners of the City of Saint Augustine (and Mayor, in the
case of Mr. Gardner) I look forward to you fulfilling your campaign
promises of a more open and honest government.
- To be blunt
I personally am very skeptical of your intentions to fulfill
your pledge of an open and honest government.
- My skepticism
is based on your reluctance, during your campaigns, to discuss
publicly the issues of corruption and gross political oppression
raised on my web site [fountainofbaloney.com] and by many other
citizens, including another City Commission candidate, Roger
- I have been
assured however by many of my fellow citizens, who are less
skeptical than myself, that you are all individuals of good
character, your intentions are honorable, and you will fulfill
those campaign promises.
- In that spirit,
and in the spirit of healing and restoring a sense of community
in Saint Augustine, I respectfully request that you act on the
- FREEDOM PETITION
- PETITION FOR REDRESS
- IN THE CITY OF SAINT AUGUSTINE
- FOR IMMEDIATE RELIEF: 1. Repeal the laws that ban
art, music, and newspapers in the city of Saint Augustine, specifically:
2000-09, and 2000-41 [2000-03]
- TO RESTORE FAITH IN YOUR GOVERNMENT: 2. Authorize
a full and complete independent investigation, by a seven member
citizen review panel, of all allegations of official misconduct
surrounding the past practices of creating and enforcing the
laws noted above and prior laws of similar intent.
- I also request that one of
you, preferably Mayor elect Gardner, publicly read this letter
into the record at the first city commission meeting that you
gentleman preside over.
- Warren Celli
In good faith I have sent the
above letter, by email, to Don Crichlow, George Gardner and Errol
Jones. I have been asked by others to refrain from criticism
of them at this point and to give them an opportunity to show
their integrity. I reluctantly agreed, and that is why I sent
them this letter with its petition.
Meanwhile I encourage those
of you who still believe in these gentleman, and the responsiveness
of local government, to circulate and get signatures on the above
petition. If you think they are going to take action without
a lot of prodding from the public you are wrong! The reality
and shame of the situation is that so many passionate advocates
of restoring true First Amendment rights to the city have been
driven off and are
long gone or dead. You will all have to work harder as a
This is definitely a time to
show courage and speak out. A time to stop being so timid and
downtrodden. A time to recapture and invigorate your diminished
spirits. If you value your American freedom and your future you
will do so. If you do nothing you will live with the curse of
self blame forever.
We really need to clear the
air in Saint Augustine if we want to restore a true feeling of
community and a balance in the city that honors residents and
workers as well as the self serving un-American business interests
that comprise the Tourist Factory.
Those who's actions are in
agreement with their words, and profess to honor the Constitution
with its Bill of Rights and honesty in government, should have
no problem getting on board with this petition and this effort.
You can send the petition by
clicking on the following highlighted and underlined type. It
will open your email program for you and a blank email, pre addressed
to city hall, will appear on your screen. You can copy and paste
the petition from this page or simply type in your own message.
Do it now, you will be proud of yourself that you did. 'I
support the FREEDOM PETITION'.
City! Crooked Cops!
Buy In Greedy Shops!
- I will not spend a great deal
of time myself gathering signatures on the above petition. I
will leave that to those of you who still believe that your government
is responsive and receptive to petitions. Rather I will work
to engage others in, and move forward, the 'Pocket Power'
- I have
posted it on the ACLU page.
I am submitting it to the ACLU for consideration for adoption
as a national program.
- But . . . you do not have
- You can all participate right
now here in Saint Augustine by NOT SPENDING your hard earned
dollars with greedo Saint George Street merchants who have stolen
your freedoms and created the conditions that have; fixed prices,
eliminated competition, denied opportunity, oppressed political
opposition, corrupted your cops, insured themselves a cheap and
intimidated labor supply, and contributed greatly to the despair
and hopelessness that causes crime.
- These greedy merchants are
not nice people!
- You do not have to support
their greed with your hard earned money!
- You do not have to do business
- Instead, buy your xmas gifts
from those who have been put out of work. Or have an old fashioned
xmas and make your own gifts. This is a great time to revisit
and reestablish your own personal values.
- It will not only be fun for
you, your friends, and your family, but it will also be good
- In keeping with the Christmas
season you will also be honoring the spirits of those who, like
John Victor Powers and his little dog Ewokee, were driven from
the city and are no longer with us!
- May their spirits rest in
peace . . .
- End the
Ban on Art, Music & Newspapers!
- 3. Happy
Holidays from the 'Saint Aug Dog' and the Fountain of Baloney
. . .
and the holiday season is a time to reflect on what we all as
individuals have to be thankful for. It is a time to gather with friends
and family and celebrate the many positive things in our lives.
- This current
holiday season will end in a little less than five weeks with
the New Years Eve celebration. New Years Eve is a special holiday that accentuates
and signifies a new beginning. It is a celebration of resolve
- Many of us,
having reflected on our past during the holiday season, make
resolutions based on those reflections and vow to make improvements
in our lives.
- I would like
to draw your attention to that process now - that process of
renewal and resolving to do better in the future - in order to
plant a few seeds of thought for consideration during your holidays.
- A few things
to think about that might stimulate your thinking as you formulate
your New Years resolutions;
- freedom .
. . equality . . . love . . . firing the city manager and the
city attorney . . . sharing
. . . honor . . . getting rid of crooked cops . . . courage .
. . values . . . hiring a fact checker at the Saint Augustine
Wreckit . . . and most importantly, honoring the sacrifice of
those Americans who have given of their lives for freedom . .
- Enjoy the
holidays . . .
- Warren Celli