ILoveMyOriginalMartyBlog

Blog for the original Marty

No wonder we are getting no justice, Marty, with a (former) speaker of the House like Dennis Hastert

with 2 comments

 

3

Dearest Marty, my precious Prince, husband, and soulmate,

How are you?

My intuition is that you knocked at just about any door for justice but that it was denied to you, just as Germany orders it, and the USA, Spain, and other countries obey despite Germany’s notorious past.  

Dennis Hasters was the longest-serving Republican speaker. His victims were children entrusted in his care, right? This is beyond disgusting.

To those who promote pedophiles: how can they not feel the slimy characters of them? A person emanates what he/she does and did. It is all in him/her and around him/her. Creeps usually think that when they don’t speak of their crimes, nobody will know. But a sensitive person can FEEL and SEE the creepiness on the outside of a person. It hasn’t anything to do with looks in general. It is what the creeps add to the aura of their bodies and hiding the OWs won’t work.        

The Republicans (and Democrats and all other people too) should learn the tonescale and apply it. It would help them a lot to promote the correct people. The people who promoted Hasters and the likes and gave him a teaching job are the worst judges of characters or just as horrible. 

Hasters played now finally guilty to violations of federal banking laws but for me, pedophilia is not just “misconduct”. It is the lowest kind of activity and completely inhumane. Pedophiles are animals, and the only right place for them is the zoo but not walking among people or even getting high positions. They are degraded and are trying to degrade others, e.g. children with unripe minds whose lives are destroyed by this. Depending where they are on the tonescale when it happens to them, they either become pedophiles or sexual perverts themselves later (when low on the tonescale) or they have to live with anger all their lives (when higher on the tonescale) that this has happened to them.  So, this is freaking not just a “misconduct”.   

An adult who preys on a child makes my blood boil. I want to kick their butts in all eternity, Marty. I despise everything about them. How can they live with themselves? Someone said that Hasters made himself almost “humble”. He is DEGRADED and has nothing to be proud of. That’s his kind of humility. Yuck!

Germany is that country that has most reasons to keep us separated and you wrongfully behind bars, Marty. With a US House of Representatives and a speaker not helping us, Marty, we know why and which country is mostly behind that and what kind of people help it. It is so disgusting. 

In our true American world, people with the best characters would lead. In the German-controlled world, people with the WORST characters are in top positions and that is why the world is a never-ending pig stable.

You are my treasure. Without you, the world would be nothing but a hell hole. I can feel the bad (lowtone) but also the good (uptone). And did I feel the latter when I saw you. Wonderful. Noble. Anything but a Hasters.

I love you, and this will never change.

Be kissed.

Always yours,

Sarah/Barbara 

2426

Advertisements

2 Responses

Subscribe to comments with RSS.

  1. Hastert pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI.

    From Wikipedia.

    Allegations of sexual abuse[edit]
    On May 29, 2015, two people briefed on the evidence from the case stated that “Individual A”—the man to whom Hastert was making payments—had been sexually abused by Hastert during Hastert’s time as a teacher and coach at Yorkville High School, and that Hastert had paid $1.7 million out of the total $3.5 million in promised payment.[12] The New York Times has reported that: “One of the central mysteries of the case against Mr. Hastert is the identity of the man who is described in the indictment as a victim of misconduct by Mr. Hastert. Prosecutors have not revealed his name or said whether they will eventually do so. Under some circumstances, Individual A might be subject to charges of extortion, but the person appears to be cooperating with prosecutors, and it is unclear whether there will be an accusation of criminal activity.”[174]

    On May 29, 2015, the Los Angeles Times reported that investigators had spoken with a second former student (not the person who was receiving payments from Hastert), who made similar allegations that corroborated what the first student said.[13]

    On June 5, 2015, ABC News’ Good Morning America aired an interview with Jolene Reinboldt Burdge, the sister of Steve Reinboldt, who was the student equipment manager of the wrestling team at Yorkville High School when Hastert was the wrestling coach.[11][175][176]

    Hastert also ran an Explorers group of which Steve Reinboldt was a member, and led the group on a diving trip to the Bahamas.[11] In the interview, Burdge stated that in 1979 (eight years after Steve’s high school graduation in 1971), her brother had told her that he had been sexually abused by Hastert throughout his four years of high school.[11] Burdge said that she was “stunned” by this news and that her brother said that he had never told anyone before, because he did not think he would be believed.[11] A message from Hastert appears in Steve’s 1970 high school yearbook.[11] In the interview, Burdge said that she believes the abuse stopped when her brother moved away after graduation. Jolene said that Hastert “damaged Steve I think more than any of us will ever know.”[11]

    Reinboldt died of AIDS in 1995.[11] Hastert attended his viewing, which angered Burdge; ABC reported that:

    “I was just there just trying to bite my tongue thinking that blood was coming out because I was just … So after he had gone through the line I followed him out into the parking lot of the funeral home,” Jolene said. “I said, ‘I want to know why you did what you did to my brother.’ And he just stood there and stared at me. He didn’t say, ‘What are you talking about?’ you know, [or], ‘What? I don’t know what you’re talking about.’ He just stood there and stared at me.
    “Then I just continued to say, ‘I want you to know your secret didn’t die in there with my brother. And I want you to remember that I’m out here and that I know.’ And again, he just stood there and he did not say a word.”
    Hastert got in his car and drove away. Jolene said Hastert’s non-response “said everything.”[11]
    Following Reinboldt’s death, around the time that the Mark Foley scandal broke in 2006, Burdge unsuccessfully attempted to bring the charges against Hastert to light; she contacted ABC News and the Associated Press on an off-the-record basis, and also contacted some advocacy groups.[11][175] ABC News and the AP could not corroborate Jolene’s allegation at the time, and did not publish the claim.[175] Hastert denied the claim to ABC News at the time.[11]

    ABC News reported that “for years, Jolene watched helplessly as Hastert basked in fame and power, seated to the left of the president for years in the early 2000s for the nationally-televised State of the Union address.”[11] Several days before the indictment was unsealed, Burdge was interviewed by FBI agents who asked her about her brother and informed her Hastert was about to be indicted on federal charges.[11] Neither Reinboldt nor Burdge are “Individual A” named in the indictment, but Burdge believes that “Individual A” is familiar with what happened with her brother.[11] The statements by Burdge “marked the first time that a person has been publicly identified as a possible victim of Mr. Hastert.”[10]

    Reactions[edit]
    The emergence of the sexual abuse allegations against Hastert brought renewed attention to the 2006 Mark Foley scandal, and the criticism of Hastert that he failed to take appropriate action in that case.[177][178]

    Hastert resigned his lobbyist position at the law and lobbying firm Dickstein Shapiro the day the indictment was unsealed.[117][118][119] His biography was quickly removed from the firm’s website and the firm purged all mentions of him from its previously posted press releases.[116] Hastert’s resignation left the firm “reeling,” according to a report in Politico.[116] Following the Hastert indictment, Dickstein Shapiro’s biggest domestic client, Fuels America, terminated its lobbying contract with the firm.[116]

    On May 29, 2015, Yorkville Community Unit School District #115 released a statement reading: “The District was first made aware of any concerns regarding Mr. Hastert when the federal indictment was released on May 28, 2015. Yorkville Community Unit School District #115 has no knowledge of Mr. Hastert’s alleged misconduct, nor has any individual contacted the District to report any such misconduct. If requested to do so, the District plans to cooperate fully with the U.S. Attorney’s investigation into this matter.”[179] On the same day, James Harnett, who was superintendent of the school district for five of the years that Hastert taught there, told the Chicago Tribune that he was not aware of any complaints of misconduct brought against Hastert at the time.[28]

    On May 29, 2015, Senator Mark Kirk, Republican of Illinois, who served in the House throughout Hastert’s tenure as speaker, released a statement reading: “Anyone who knows Denny is shocked and confused by the recent news. The former speaker should be afforded, like any other American, his day in court to address these very serious accusations. This is a very troubling development that we must learn more about, but I am thinking of his family during this difficult time.”[28] On June 4, 2015, Kirk announced that he would donate to charity a $10,000 contribution made to Kirk’s 2010 Senate campaign by Hastert’s Keep our Mission PAC.[180] Kirk’s announcement was made following the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC)’s call upon the senator to “return or donate Denny Hastert’s money immediately.”[181] The DSCC also called upon Republican Senators John Boozman of Arkansas and Roy Blunt of Missouri (who received $11,000 and $5,000, respectively, from Hastert’s PAC in recent years) to return or donate the funds.[180]

    On May 30, 2015, Illinois’s other senator, Dick Durbin, a Democrat, stated: “It seems so out of character for Denny. I just never could imagine that he’d be involved in anything like this … We had our political differences, as you might expect, but I respected him as a colleague in the Illinois delegation and as Speaker.”[182]

    On May 29, 2015, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest stated in response to a reporter’s question that “there is nobody here” at the White House “who derives any pleasure from reading about the former Speaker’s legal troubles at this point.”[183][184]

    On May 29, 2015, House Speaker John Boehner, Republican of Ohio, issued a statement saying: “The Denny I served with worked hard on behalf of his constituents and the country. I’m shocked and saddened to learn of these reports.”[12][185]

    On June 2, 2015, current Federal Housing Finance Agency director and former U.S. Representative Mel Watt, Democrat of North Carolina, released a statement saying: “Over 15 years ago I heard an unseemly rumor from someone who, contrary to what has been reported, was not an intermediary or advocate for the alleged victim’s family. It would not be the first nor last time that I, as a Member of Congress, would hear rumors or innuendoes about colleagues. I had no direct knowledge of any abuse by former Speaker Hastert and, therefore, took no action.”[186]

    Gwen Miller

    October 28, 2015 at 6:00 am

  2. Dirty old man…

    Former House Speaker Dennis Hastert pleads guilty

    At least four people have accused former House Speaker Dennis Hastert of sexual abuse, the Chicago Tribune reported Thursday, citing the accusers themselves and law enforcement sources.

    http://www.foxnews.com/politics/2016/04/07/report-four-have-accused-hastert-sexual-abuse.html

    Vobdroit

    April 7, 2016 at 7:21 am


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s