Former DJ on Radio Volta
Email the Reverend at revbookburn @ sjcdc.org


Wednesday, September 28, 2005

Volta Down/ DC Action

Quick notice about Radio Volta being down, with additional and regular updates to follow:

Radio Volta will be down for longer than usual, due to a planned overhaul that will enable to station to keep it up, upon returning on the air. We are expected to return in early November as Volta marks 5 years of broadcasting. The Reverend plans to return with a bang.

The anti-war protest in DC on Sept. 24 was a blast. The action had over 100,000 participants, despite the bullshit that was put out in the scant coverage by the corporate media. The Reverend met numerous new folks, got an excellent report from the hotel where FEMA staff have been marooned, and learned of new resources, contacts and cartoons.

Speaking of the assholes in FEMA's leadership, it has been announced that this failure of an organization (who received extreme amounts of post-9/11 funding) plans to provide tax-dollars to 'faith-based' organizations. Just when you thought FEMA could not be any more screwed up.

Despite CBS, CNN and Fox tonguing Pat Robertson's asshole, his "non-profit" group, Operation Blessing, is a rip-off, but is listed as a legitimate hurricane relief provider by the largest corporate media networks. To expose them, one can begin by researching the use of non-profit funds from Operation Blessing to pursue gold and other for-profit ventures. Then one can look into Robertson's actions within the dictatorships where his investments were made.

Some new links from DC:

http://www.bushocchio.com

www.bartcop.com



link for the new Grand Jury Report on child molesting priests in Philadelphia:

http://www.realcities.com/multimedia/Philly/inquirer/KRT_packages/archive/slideshow/grand_jury_report.pdf


quotes obtained in DC:

Make Levees Not War

Bush- A Category 5 Failure

a sign about 'Gasholes'

"you can no more win a war than win an earthquake" - Jeanette C. Rankin

"there is no flag large enough to cover the shame of killing innocent people" - Howard Zinn

Stay tuned about the return to Volta, as well as forthcoming rantings.

Rev. Bookburn
Radio Volta

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