Ministry of Love

Welcome to our Orwellian Protest of the Military Commissions Act.

“This American Life” Feature on Guantanamo Prisoners

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April 8, 2007 Posted by | bush, guantanamo, human rights, MCA, military commissions, Military Commissions Act, propaganda, torture | Leave a comment

Miniluv Salutes Comrade Lloyd.

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Comrade Lloyd of Iowa has contributed 10 books to the Cause. We dedicate the following Two Minutes Hate to this brave Comrade, whose donation brings us to the halfway mark in our Mission!

And now, for today’s Two Minutes Hate.
In our Internet travels, we found this little gem on Rep. Eric Cantor’s homepage:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
CONTACT: Rachel Bauer
March 7, 2007
(202) 225-2815
Cantor Reacts to Democrat Plan to Import Terrorists to America

WASHINGTON, DC -In response to the Democrat plan to shut down the detention camp at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and relocate terrorists to military prisons in Quantico, VA., and Charleston, S.C., Congressman Eric Cantor released the following statement:

“I have no idea why Democrats lead by Speaker Pelosi and Jack Murtha would want to import known terrorist organizers into America. Virginians neither want nor need hundreds of terrorists with connections to 9/11 groups like Al Qaeda in our Commonwealth.

This shocking lack of judgment demonstrates that liberal Democrats do not understand that these terrorists want to kill Americans and destroy our way of life. These dangerous, terrible people should not be allowed into our country.


Don’t forget to watch our YouTube video from last month. A new video is in the works.

And as always, please send your books to:
Box 655
Guilford, CT 06437

March 11, 2007 Posted by | 1984, congress, george orwell, human rights, Impeach Bush | 5 Comments

Senator Dodd joins Miniluv!

Not really, but he’s trying to restore Habeas Corpus all the same. Sign up to help him at restore-habeas.org

And he’s running for President.

February 15, 2007 Posted by | 1984, Chris Dodd, congress, human rights, MCA, military commissions, Military Commissions Act, orwell | 1 Comment

Now on your telescreen: the Ministry of Love video!

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Go behind the scenes with actual agents from the Ministry of Love as they prepare a book mailing!

February 2, 2007 Posted by | 1984, bush, congress, george orwell, guantanamo, House of Representatives, human rights, MCA, military commissions, Military Commissions Act, orwell, propaganda, torture | 3 Comments

Ungoodthinkers acquitted

Military Commissions Act Protesters Go To Court
1/18/07 From Portland Indymedia

Charges Dismissed for All Protesters in Oct. White House Action against Torture and Military Commissions Act of 2006

Washington, DC, Jan. 17, 2007– U.S. Judge Deborah Robinson dismissed the government’s case against all 16 defendants today charged with “interfering with agency functions.” The 16 had attempted to present a “People’s Signing Statement” opposing the Military Commissions Act (MCA) of 2006 to President Bush at the White House on Oct. 17, 2006. That morning, Bush ceremoniously signed into law the act defendants said legalizes torture for the first time in our nation’s history and broadly denies Habeas Corpus protection — a right guaranteed ever since the Magna Carta of 1215.

At a news conference in front of the US Federal Courthouse Jean Athey, co-coordinator of the Washington Region Religious Campaign Against Torture, stated, “The Military Commissions Act is an attack on basic American and religious values and the Constitution.” She quoted a line from the Statement of Conscience of the National Religious Campaign Against Torture: “Torture violates the basic dignity of the human person that all religions hold dear. It degrades everyone involved – policy-makers, perpetrators and victims. It contradicts our nation’s most cherished ideals.”

“This is the most dangerous law ever passed in the U.S. in my lifetime,” Athey said. “As a patriot and person of faith, it is my obligation to do everything in my power to get this law rescinded. It deeply shames our country.”

Art Laffin of the Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, another defendant, said, “The Military Commissions Act is an affront to God’s command to love one another, an assault on human rights, and a blatant violation of the U.S. Constitution and the Geneva Conventions. The real crime here is not the nonviolent action of the 16 people who were arrested at the White House for protesting the signing of this act into law by Mr. Bush, but rather the Bush Administration’s policies of prohibiting due process and ordering torture.”

The charge carried a maximum penalty of six months in jail, a fine of an unknown amount, plus court costs.

Organizations sponsoring the October protest and supporting the defendants include: The Washington Region Religious Campaign Against Torture ( http://www.wrrcat.org ), in coordination with the National Religious Campaign Against Torture, Dorothy Day Catholic Worker, Torture Abolition Survivor Support Coalition, DC Anti-War Network, Witness Against Torture, and PeaceAction Montgomery. Those arrested on October 17, 2006 and whose charges were dismissed on Wednesday January 17, 2007 were:
Herb Ettel, Jean Athey, Susan Crane, Matt Daloisio, Pete Perry, Eve Tetaz, Art Laffin, Malachy Kilbride, Harold Nelson, Tom Feagley, Gary Mummert, Steve Lane, Eleanor Lewis, Nancy Gowan, Bill Streit, Pat Saloman
Pictures at: http://www.jonahhouse.org/WHoct06.htm

January 21, 2007 Posted by | guantanamo, human rights, MCA, military commissions, Military Commissions Act, torture, Uncategorized | 1 Comment

Dayorder 12.30.06

A glorious victory: the Ministry of Love has recently shipped copies of the book to several dozen unpersons.
Video of this historic event will be posted shortly.
Today, we are indebted to Comrade Paglino of Ohio and Comrade Loftis of New York, who have brought our collection total to 86 books. This represents 27% of our goal!
Meanwhile, we are still accepting copies of 1984 at:
PO Box 655
Guilford, CT 06437
In other news, we wish to share with you photographs of actual members of the Ministry of Love, who recently emerged from their underground headquarters to mourn the passing of the United States Constitution.
Here you see the gravesite where the Constitution was laid to its eternal rest.
The gravesite
Mourners gather to pay their respects to the document. This small child was especially upset.
Mourners at the gravesite
Finally, Comrade Cobb reads the eulogy.
Reading the eulogy

December 30, 2006 Posted by | 1984, congress, george orwell, human rights, MCA, military commissions, Military Commissions Act, orwell, propaganda | 5 Comments