Saturday, April 21, 2018

Charles River: Current situation in context.

Charles River:   Current situation in context.

Phil Barber has given me a photo of the Destroyed Nesting Area of the Charles River White Geese in 1989.

Two points.

First, I love Goldens.

Secondly, this photo is a very reasonable depiction of the treasure which has been destroyed by the Department of Conservation and Recreation and the City of Cambridge.

The DCR had road signs up telling folks to take care of the Charles River White Geese, and taking advantage of the great love which exists for them.

The first hint I had of the outrage coming came in 1997 when one of the usual Fake Groups, the predecessor of the falsely named Charles River “Conservancy” presented plans of then City Manager Robert Healy for the Destroyed Nesting Area and Magazine Beach.

In summer of 1999, I got the plans of the DCR for the area from then then lead “Planner.” SHE POINTED OUT TO ME THE SMALL POINTS BY WHICH THE DCR PLANS DIFFERED FROM THE HEALY PLANS.

In November 1999, the first destruction was inflicted by Boston University.  BU acknowledged awareness of the vileness of its behavior by lying about its guilt for six months, until the Cambridge Conservation Commission condemned BU for the outrage.  Then they switched from lying denials to bragging.

Here is a video posted by a gentleman I have never met, Ernie Sarno, of the Charles River White Geese feeding in the middle of the night across from the Hyatt Regency Hotel, a location which is now barred to the Charles River White Geese by obstacles at the water line.

Since then, the Cambridge City Manager Machine, City Managers, City Council, AND FRIENDS have conducted massive environmental destruction, 3.4+ acres at Alewife, and the magnificent grove at the Harvard Square end of the Cambridge Common.

The condemnation of the Courts for City Manager Robert Healy’s destruction of the life of Malvina Monteiro, a Black Cape Verdean woman department head BECAUSE SHE WORKED FOR WOMEN’S RIGHTS for female employees of the City of Cambridge may be read at: (Trial Judge), and (Appeals Court panel).  The jury awarded more than triple penal damages on top of more than a million dollars real damages.

The City Council showed its opinion of the judicial condemnations of the outrage in Cambridge by spending more than 10 million dollars in penalties / court costs / legal fees, and by naming the Police Station after Robert Healy.

The Monteiro outrage overlapped / slightly follow the start of these environmental /animal outrages, demonstrating the canard that animal abusers frequently graduate to human beings.

Our videos of the January 2016 destruction and “improvements” are posted at, and

The official City Clerk’s record of our detailed analysis to the Cambridge City Council of the pending Magazine Beach outrages is posted at, pages 198 to 249.  There have been many updates.  The voted for destruction almost immediately followed a lovefest on the stairs of City Hall in which Cambridge City Councilor, loudly proclaimed their environmental sainthood.

The Monteiro outrage very clearly resulted in the failure of reelection of one city councilor, and probably a second.

Here are a couple of photos of the outrage inflicted on the Destroyed Nesting area by the DCR with Cambridge support / assistance, and with Cambridge and DCR plans to make it worse.