Apparently, the "Harrisburg Friends" are not very happy over the attention they are getting over the fact of Ramona Africa coming to their place of worship.
Mind you, they have no problem with her or MOVE, but with the people that don't like murderers and their apologists. So, at least we know what side of the fence the Harrisburg Quakers are on.
When I spoke with Mr. Morse this afternoon, he assured me that the event was going on despite the "controversy". When I assured him that I would continue to point out what he and his co-religionists were up to he told me I was "threatening" him. That was not a threat, it was a promise and I would encourage everyone to redouble their efforts in letting the Harrisburg Quakers know just how morally adrift they are for allowing Ramona to come to their location and talk up her cop-killing comrades.
Ramona Africa is bringing her toxic cultism to Harrisburg PA on July 14th at 3pm.
Ironically, she is doing so at a "Quaker Meeting House", invited by a member of the congregation in order to spread the word about the nearly year away parole hearing for the eight surviving murderers of Philadelphia Police Officer James Ramp. In addition to being convicted for the murder of Ramp, the surviving eight un-repentant killers are also imprisoned for the attempted killing of several other police officers and fire-fighters.
Since being imprisoned, these cult members have spent their time recruiting new adherents to their violent sect and setting off the occasional prison riot and have been known to assault guards.
Ramona herself, served time for her role in the MOVE inspired events of May 13th, 1985 that resulted in the deaths of 11 people and the destruction of an entire neighborhood.
Alarmed that Ramona is to be honored by given a pulpit is a house of worship ostensibly dedicated to peace, I fired off a "comment" to the Quakers and received this polite, yet dismissive response.
"Thanks for your comment. I will pass it on to others in the meeting. I knew someone from Move was going to speak at an event that has been put together by a person in our meeting on his own. He is an active attender to our meeting who is well known to us so there was no particular scrutiny of a program. It is not a meeting sponsored event. Richard Morse, Ph.D. Clinical Collaborations Manager Calypso® Medical Technologies, Inc. 201 Westview Dr., Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 office 717.795.8191; mobile 717.439.8605 fax 717.795.9006 firstname.lastname@example.org"
It is bad enough that MOVE can fool people across the Atlantic, but it is far worse that they can still do so in the very same state where they have been consistently violent for the last quarter of a century.
I invite the readers of this to contact the Quaker House and Richard Morse concerning MOVE, a and destructive cult that has murdered police officers, rapes it’s own children, and whose other crimes have been exhaustively documented.
This is a group that has earned scorn worse than that of even the Westboro Baptist Church. For while Reverend Phelps and his band of degenerates preach the word of hate, MOVE has acted upon such hate and now seek to enlist the aid of others in their "struggle" to free their comrades from the cages from which they belong.
Take a few seconds of your time and let your voice be heard. If not you, than who?
Contact the Harrisburg "Friends House"
Harrisburg Friends Meeting
1100 N. Sixth Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102 (717) 232-7282