Friday, April 22, 2011

Earth Day Founder Murdered and Composted Helen 'Holly' Maddux

Because of all the tea party action last weekend, I missed the chance to cover CSU Fullerton's 7th Annual Social Justice Summit. The keynote speaker was Captain Paul Watson, who is extolled in a quote at the announcement as "the world's most aggressive, most determined, most active and most effective defender of wildlife." What's not indicated to students attending is that Captain Watson's also known as one of the world's most notorious eco-terrorists. See, "The Greens' Favorite Terrorist." It's an affront to decency and the public trust that a violent activist like this was given a platform at the state-sponsored university to spit hate and vitriol against the system with calls for anti-capitalist revolution.

But no one should be surprised. It's all part of the left's Big Lie of progressive goodness, compassion, and benevolence.

The truth is, people like this are murderers and tyrants.

Case in point today is the surprising story at MSNBC on Ira Einhorn, said to be a co-founder of Earth Day, which is today, and who also murdered his girlfriend and kept her remains in a box in his apartment for 18 months. Facing trial for murder, Einhorn jumped bail and fled to Europe. As MSNBC reports:

Ira Einhorn

After 23 years, he was finally extradited to the United States from France and put on trial. Taking the stand in his own defense, Einhorn claimed that his ex-girlfriend had been killed by CIA agents who framed him for the crime because he knew too much about the agency's paranormal military research. He was convicted of murdering Maddux and is currently serving a life sentence.
Unsurprisingly, no one is writing about this currently at Memeorandum. Doesn't fit the narrrative.


JBW said...

"Unsurprisingly, no one is writing about this currently at Memeorandum. Doesn't fit the narrrative."

Yes, that's why it was reported by the Communist/Marxist/Liberal MSNBC. It's the perfect cover up, completely orchestrated and then totally blown wide open by the liberal lamestream media. Top notch analysis, Clown Shoes.

Anonymous said...

The story was false, as one minute spent on goggle would tell you. There was no master of ceremonies at the first Earth Day. Instead, like Abbie Hoffman at Woodstock, he took over the stage and had to be removed after a long psychotic rant. At his trial, one of the founders testified, under oath, that Einhorn had not contributed to the first Earth Day, and Einhorn did nothing to rebut it. The story only serves to perpetuate Einhorn's fraud, and you are assisting him.