Ramona Africa is off on a tour of England and I am not supposed to say anything about it.
Not surprisingly, a number of my posts on the UK Indy Media Center
have been summarily, and of course without explanation, stricken from the site.
I don’t want to read too far into things, but it appears that the organizers of Mrs. Africa’s propaganda jaunt are not keen on people knowing anything about her or the cult of which she is a member of.
Only authorized information is allowed. Informed debate is squelched and the people who go to hear Ramona speak are none the better for it.
Luckily, unlike with the French, there isn’t so much a language barrier to overcome and the Brits are able to read my site and other places where information about MOVE is not authorized by the cult and it’s enablers.
Also, it seems that some of the readers of the UK IMC don’t have their bullshit detectors completely disabled and are able to pick up on the idea that perhaps MOVE is little more than an opportunistic cult.
One reader opined:
" MOVE's position on abortion, contraception, and homosexuality was not decided by women, it was decided by a man - JOHN AFRICA ('THE COORDINATOR'), MOVE's demi-God. It is not a question of MOVE members not choosing to practice contraception or abortion, or just happening to be heterosexual - they are vehemently opposed to a woman's right to choose abortion, to the use of contraception, and MOVE condemn homosexuality as an abomination (because the purpose of sex is procreation.) So the organisers of this tour are either being conned or they are trying to con the rest of us. Where would MOVE be without Mumia Abu-Jamal? Just a washed-up bunch of cranks with reactionary religious and political views. It is shameful that people choose to muddy the waters about Mumia by defending the indefensible position of MOVE."
signed-Not fooled by MOVE bullshit
I am encouraged.