Friday, July 1, 2011

D Willinger email to Tupper Saussy- Feb 28, 2007



Below is an email I sent to Tupper Saussy on February 28, 2007

I never saw a reply, and Tupper dies on March 16, 2007

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Wed, February 28, 2007 4:24:21 PMI questioned the RCC in aborting the DC South Mall and got targeted by 20+ police
From: Douglas Willinger View Contact
To: info@tuppersaussy.com


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Dear Tupper Saussy,

Please see:

"Severely Vindictive Nature" of RCC Hierarchy as described by those within the RCC"

3rd article from top at

http://wwwfreespeechbeneathushs.blogspot.com/2006_10_01_wwwfreespeechbeneathushs_archive.html

Please read this above link's other posts.

Washington DC was to have a new beautiful mall to the SOUTH of the US Capitol building, as planned by US NCPC through the 1990s (See "Extending the Legacy") up until September 2001.

The only architecturally significant structure in the way is the St Vincent de Paul Church at the northeast corner of South Capital and M Streets; it was constructed in 1903, and has a not very common style of architecture topped by a trio a crosses, with the outer two atop their respective towers.

Apparantly, a strong opposition to this structure's demolition or relocation by the RCC brought the U.S. Government to cave in and cancel the South Capitol Mall, with this NOT being reported by the "mainstream" media and "environmentalist" groups.

Please check out my older blog,
http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/
particularly

http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/2006/07/constructural-rough-edge-or-achilles.html

http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/2006/07/physical-reality-only-structure-along_22.html

http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/2006/07/march-april-2008-must-be-historically.html

Note that my ambush by police occurred within 14 days after the first of these three posts, and that my blog was written in opposition to that monstrosity of a misplaced base ball stadium that effectively extends this church structure's building line southward, and with a building going up right behind it blocking its easiest shortest needed relocation by the man selected to purchase that stadium's MLB franchise.

Note my remarks about an unnamed figure who retires or is incurably ill in 2008/2009.

In my Free Speech Beneath US Homeland Security blog October 2006 archive, I speculate about President Bush getting to throw that stadium's 1st ball, as he won't be President in April 2009.

But I light of my recent experiences, I have come to do greater research upon the RCC, and have since discovered Rulers of Evil, and have since learned much.

Including the fact that the current Superior General of the Jesuit Order plans to retire in 2008.

Could it have been him that is the unnamed mystery figure in this stadium drama?

These links below present a story:

http://wwwtripwithinthebeltway.blogspot.com/2007/02/sampling-of-attitudes-towards-dc-i-95.html

http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/

http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/2006/08/legislation-needed-to-save-mall-for.html

http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/2006/07/physical-reality-only-structure-along_22.html

http://www.parishes.org/vincentdepaul.html

http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/2006/07/march-april-2008-must-be-historically.html

http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/2006/07/constructural-rough-edge-or-achilles.html

http://wwwfreespeechbeneathushs.blogspot.com/2006_10_01_wwwfreespeechbeneathushs_archive.html

http://wwwfreespeechbeneathushs.blogspot.com/

Best Regards

Douglas Willinger
http://wwwfreespeechbeneathushs.blogspot.com
http://wwwtripwithinthebeltway.blogspot.com
http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com


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See also
Freemasonry Lets America Down
http://wwwsouthcapitolstreet.blogspot.com/2011/04/freemasonry-lets-america-down-via.html

Washington, D.C. Monumental Indicator
http://continuingcounterreformation.blogspot.com/2010/04/dcs-monumential-indicator.html

1 comment:

Timmy said...

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