I had the great honor of hosting Ehren’s
parents, Bob and Rosa Watada. They came to the Big Island, speaking
before the showing of “Sir, No Sir” -- a movie about the
Viet Nam war resisters who changed the course of that unfortunate
war. (I highly recommend your getting this
informative documentary and showing it to your community.)
Here at the Dragonfly I gave Bob and Rosa (such gentle, loving
folks) the Lomilomi Suite, taught them about the blood type diet
and organic vitamins, took them swimming with the turtles in Honaunau
Bay, showed them how to walk the labyrinth, aum and use the far
infrared sauna, gave them lomilomi massage, flower essences, etc.
We became fast friends working together to keep their brave son
out of jail and the country out of war. Bob kindly allowed me to
make suggestions for his letter
to the editor.
Now the NY
Times story has prompted interest in book and movie rights.
Bush is going on trial!
I learned from Bob that Ehren (a name that means Honor) said that
no matter if he is jailed or even killed for refusing to fight
this insane war, he asked his father to “get the truth out.”
What is the truth? We can guess that our tax money is being used
at a rate of 5 billion a month—or is it 3 billion a week?
And who reading this letter doesn’t know that Bush declared
warnot because that country had Weapons of Mass Destruction or
connection to 911--but rather because of greed for control of oil?
What I love about what this noble Watada family is doing is that
they are allowing all of us to unite, refusing to be a party to
this insanity, refusing to believe the lies of our president, refusing
to allow this brave lieutenant to be put in jail for “contempt” of
his out-of-control Commander in Chief, George W. Bush. It appears
that this courageous Lt. Watada could certainly spend 8 years in
jail UNLESS we take action.
Have a look at Ehren's
LET’S TAKE ACTION!