07/18/13: Video from 07/17/13: Boston: Evil at the Back Bay train station





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Published on Jul 18, 2013

July 18, 2013

There are a lot of things to object to at that train station; by the time I got there, I was so tired and so sick of everything that was happening, and was so feeling like I was going to lose my temper at the next person who harassed me that I sat on a bench for a few minutes to try to regain my equilibrium. I wasn't planning to take more video of anything in the station, and then I saw this.

Before tonight, I had never noticed that there's a date (I think it's March) under the time that says "12:45" in that ad for T-Mobile/Galaxy ad. The number of the date is "14"; that I do know, and that's what I'm talking about at the end of the video.

Copyright L. Kochman, July 18, 2013 @ 3:08 a.m.


July 18, 2013

There was nothing that I said in this video or anything that I wrote about it that was meant to condone Emma Watson's behavior, and the conglomerate knows it.

She knows she's never going to be videotaped unaware or against her will, and that if it did happen she has all the money in the world to hire lawyers who could successfully sue; every celebrity who has promoted the SICK AND HATEFUL videos of me all know that what's happening to me never will and never could happen to them. With all of the pricey schools she has attended, why hasn't she learned the word 'principle'? Do those schools not teach such words and ideas?

What am I saying? There are so many powerful institutions that have shown themselves to be corrupted and cruel since the conglomerate formed that I don't know who would even hear the word "principle" at those places, except perhaps as part of the sort of sick joke that the conglomerate likes.

Nobody should be treated the way the conglomerate treats me; I've said that many times, and I've said it many times about this specific ad since these ads started to appear around Boston over the past year. Even if someone were to truthfully and insanely or truthfully and naively say "I wouldn't mind being treated the way that Lena has been and continues to be treated," it still wouldn't be anything but abuse to treat that person that way. Taking advantage of someone who is insane or naïve and who doesn't realize that he or she is being abused doesn't mean that your abuse of the person is justified; far from it.

The conglomerate likes to pretend that all of its victims like to be abused or would like it if they understood it or got used to it; the conglomerate tries to say that about child molestation all the time. Abusing innocence is one of the definitions of abuse at its worst.

Copyright L. Kochman, July 18, 2013 @ 10:46 p.m.

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