FORWARDED TO ALL OF AMERICA'S VETERAN SITES: "SEA OF ORANGE" VETERANS PROTEST
Submitted by Charles F. Nawrocki
Mar. 25, 2006
WE also need a sea of orange on election day to vote out all incumbants
who do not believe in the Constitution except when it benifits them.
Needed are more Congressman Ron Paul's.
ATTENTION AMERICA'S VETERANS ....
By now, the vast majority of Veterans are aware of the planned March on
Washington, planned for April 25, by a multitude of veteran groups,
organized to coincide together .... and as luck would have it, our
brethren, "Aussie" (Australian) and "Kiwi" (New Zealanders) vets, who
fought along side many of us in the jungles of Vietnam, are doing the same
thing. the very same day!
The irony of this is terrific, because of the fact that these planned
Marches effect ALL VETERANS on both sides of the Pacific ... we are not
alone! Accordingly, it is incumbent upon all Vets concerned, to notify
our local newspapers, local TV and radio outlets, and wherever possible,
get the word out on Shortwave, and other menas of communication,
WORLDWIDE, concerning this event coming .... bombard the Internet and the
media (worldwide), contacting every veteran site you can, and every
Patriot site you can. Our day in the sun is here.
Below is a message from Keith Tennant, an Aussie Vet, from "Firebase
DownUnder" ... forwarded to America' vets. Please take the time to read
and redistribute this message ASAP.
Thanks ... and WELCOME HOME.
100% Disabled Combat Vet
Independent Firebase Member Wndbear@Aol.com www.firebasenetwork.net and www.firebase.net
Sent: Friday, March 24, 2006 7:56 AM
Subject: SEA OF ORANGE VETERANS PROTEST
I have been working in with the FirebaseNet blokes for about 4 years or
so.There is a banner link to Firebase Downunder on the two websites.
You may care to note that, quite amazingly, Australian Veterans and
Service members, and indeed those currently in the Military, plan a day of
protest on 25 April, about the poor treatment which successive Governments
have meted out to us for over 30 years.
The movement is grassroots driven, and does not rely on nor need
from any of our VSOs.
The intriguing thing is we have chosen 25 April, our National Day of
Honouring our Veterans of all Wars and conflicts, to make our feelings
known. The day of course is known as Anzac Day, and the name stems from
the heroic service of the men of Australia and New Zealand, known
collectively as the ANZACs, who stormed the beaches at Gallipoli in
Turkey on 25 April 1915. ANZAC is an acronym for Australia and New
Zealand Army Corps.
So it's fortuitous that on both sides of the Pacific this day has been
chosen to collectively say to our respective Governments...ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.
You may wish to inform your members of the movement here, which is
the Orange Movement. We plan to wear an orange armband, hat or ribbon when
marching, and ask those watching the parades around Australia to join us
and also wear something Orange, to show solidarity with our cause. We also
plan to decorate letter boxes, cars, trees and front porches etc with Orange.