SPREAD THE WORD, PUT THIS OUT ON YOUR LIST, WE MUST MAKE LIFE HOT FOR THE WAR CRIMINALS AND THOSE WHO SUPPORT THEM. THIS EVENT IS SICK AND NEEDS A DOCTOR.
"Portland State is pleased to honor the Melvin Mark and William Furman Families at its twelfth annual Simon Benson Awards Dinner, October 19, 2011. The event will take place at the Oregon Convention Center's Portland Ballroom, and will feature a compelling keynote address by former secretary of state, Dr. Condoleezza Rice. Named after one of Oregon's first philanthropists, the Simon Benson Award was created in 1999 to honor the state's contemporary pioneers of philanthropy. Recipients are tireless community leaders who give generously of time and resources and whose legacies affect the lives of generations of Oregonians, past, present, and future.
In 2010, the Simon Benson Awards Dinner raised $285,000 for the Fund for PSU, which supports students, faculty and programs campus-wide.Condi Rice coming to Portland on October 19, 2011"
War crime charge(s): Crime against peace -- planning and carrying out a war of aggression.
Complicity in the commission of a war crime -- wanton destruction of cities and villages, devastation not justified by military necessity, ill-treatment of civilian population of or in occupied territory.
Complicity in the commission of a war crime -- torture, ill-treatment of detainees.
We will protest this event-meet us on October 19
Location: NE 1st Ave. and NE LLoyd Blvd, Convention Center
Time 5:00 PM
The Theme is to call **condi a liar, that will be on my protest sign and the chant for the people going in to listen to her lies. We can tell people going in that what this monster is going to tell them is a lie. Please get the word out now, talk to your friends and let us stand against this defective being coming to Portland. It is suspected she will get the same amount of money she received from Miami University $150,000. The president of PSU refuses to let us know what she is being paid; however we do not think she is going to give her talk below what Miami paid her.