AUDIO: Dem Raul Ruiz: Walking in the land of giants, Mumia, Leonard Peltier

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October 22, 2012

These may not be the giants you thought you knew.

Raul Ruiz lauds Leonard Peltier in tape released by Mary Bono Mack
Aide: Democrat does not recall 1999 rally address praising Native American convicted of murdering two FBI agents

Audio provided by the campaign of Rep. Mary Bono Mack purports to feature her Democratic opponent Raul Ruiz speaking at a 1999 Thanksgiving Day rally reading a letter of support for Leonard Peltier:

AUDIO: Raul Ruiz reading Leonard Peltier support letter via | mydesert.com.

Raul Ruiz: This makes me feel like I am walking in the land of giants. Our northern American cousins. We’re Walking in the land of giants. We are walking in the land of giants with a statue. Walking in the land of giants with Mumia. We are walking in the land of giants with Leonard Peltier. We are walking in the land of giants with the Plymouth 25. We are walking in the land of giants with the little ones who came today and are bearing the wind. We are walking amongst the land of giants with all of you who have sustained the weather, the rain, our mother earth and everything that is here around us. We are walking amongst the land of giants.

We give honor and our respect to all of you, who are here walking with us together.

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Comments:
  1. Ragspierre says:

    Ruiz: a Thanksgiving turkey in the self-basting Collectivist mode.

  2. EsausMessage says:

    It’s not so much the invocation of convicted murderers names as giants that is disqualifying.

    It’s spooky mystical language. It makes him sound idiotic.

  3. kaps2012 says:

    Did he inhale before speaking?

  4. Kurt says:

    Actually there is some truth in it. Leonard Peltier and Mumia Abu-Jamal symbolize two large groups of US citizens, who never got justice for the massive crimes their communities have been subjected to.

    And the question of “convicted murderes” is best answered by re-reading of the COINTELPRO tactics officially ended in 1975 but in reality practised in most police hqs around the country. Since Bush (pariot act) most of these coercions and blag bag jobs are legal, anyway.

    I wished a politician like Ruiz would have the guts to stand election and not be intimidated to withdraw his comments.