Larry Klayman – Call for Revolution Against Obama


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Larry Klayman: We are now ruled [inaudible] by a president--

Crowd Member: An imperialist president--

Klayman: ...who bows down to Allah. Whose rules of engagement for our veterans don’t allow us to defend ourselves properly, who are dying per capita in greater numbers in Afghanistan than ever died in any American war. And I know because I represent some of the families. And I feel personally involved.

This president is not a president of “We the People.” He’s the president of his people. He needs to be the president of all of us. He needs to stand here with the veterans, to defend our honor, and he should be here today.

I thank you all for coming here. I thank you for your patriotism. This the first step. In the course of history, there have been many who have used peaceful nonviolence to change history. I do not advocate violent revolutions. On the contrary, in the style of Mahatma Gandhi, in the style of Lech Wałęsa in Poland, who brought down communism, in the style of Martin Luther King, who stood up there many years ago to declare freedom. I call upon all of you to wage a second American non-violent revolution, to use civil disobedience, and to demand that this president leave town, to get out, to put the Quran down, to get up off his knees, and figuratively come out with his hands up.

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