Call the G7 Prime Ministers about Boycotting the Doral Summit for the Week of Sunday 20 October 2019

We have a special Call Your MoC post this week and that is call the prime ministers of the G7 countries to urge them to boycott the Doral G7 Summit. It is such an obvious corrupt move that it doesn’t deserve to be honored by the group.

The G7 doesn’t deserved to be dissed and tarnished by such obvious corruption and neither do their tax payers who would be emolumenting all over the Ol’ Pussy Grabber like some common pee-hooker he pays to piss on the Resolute Desk and American values.

Luckily, you have ways to be communicating our anger, disgust, and patriotism just like you do with your MoC’s. You can contact these governments either at their prime minister’s or chancellor’s office or through their ambassadors and charge d’affaires at their embassies in Washington. I list as many ways to contact them as I could find, so try them out and find the one that suits your style the best. They have telephone numbers, twitter accounts, fax numbers — fax numbers? Who has a fax machine any more? — contact pages on their websites, snail mail address — kick real old school and drop them a post card! At least it will be memorable.

Tell Them

You should be communicating to them two things: (A) That they should be boycotting this Doral G7 summit. It is so obviously corrupt that they ain’t should go to it. They should stand up to the Ol’ Pussy Grabber and tell him, “hell no, we won’t go. We ain’t no gottamn patsy for you to milk for. Our tax payers ain’t going to be emolumenting all over you like some common Saudi prince or pee-hooker paid to piss on the Resolute Desk and American values.”

And (b) tell them to organize a G6 summit instead. They should go all mean girl on the Ol’ Pussy Grabber’s dumbass and go off in a corner and talk mean about him. They can get much more useful work done if he ain’t there, anyway.

Tell them that if they thought the protests at past G7 summits was bad, they ain’t seen nothing yet. And, if we aren’t out in real numbers in Doral, then we really do deserve the GOP’s single-party pseudo-democratic authoritarian state transferring all of our wealth to the 1% as fast as govermentally possible just like they have in Russia.

Contacting the G7 Governments

Here’s how to contact each of the countries involved:

Canada

Prime Minister: Justin Trudeau

  • Phone number: NONE listed
  • Fax: +1 613-941-6900 — kick it old school! Surprise them with a fax!
  • Message: Use the Contact the Prime Minister website
  • Snail mail:
    • Office of the Prime Minister
    • 80 Wellington Street
    • Ottawa, ON K1A 0A2

Canadian Embassy

  • Ambassador: Kirsten Hillman
  • Telephone: 202-682-1740
  • Fax: 202-682-7726
  • Email: washington@international.gc.ca
  • Snail Mail:
    • 501 Pennsylvania Avenue, N.W.,
    • Washington, D.C.,
    • U.S.A., 20001

France

President: Emmanuel Macron

  • Phone number: There is no published phone number that I can find.
  • Message: Use the Contact the Presidency website to send a message. It is in French, but Google translate works well.
  • Snail mail:
    • Palais de l’Élysée,
    • 55 rue du Faubourg-Saint-Honoré
    • 75008 Paris, France

French Embassy

  • Ambassador: Philippe Etienne
  • Twitter: @Franceinus
  • Telephone: + 1 (202) 944 6000
  • Message: Use their Contact page
  • Snail Mail:
    • 4101 Reservoir Road, NW
    • Washington, D.C.
    • 20007

Germany

Chancellor: Angela Merkel

  • Phone number: +49 (0)180 272 00 00
  • Message: Use the Contact website. It is in English, so there’s that.
  • Snail Mail:
    • Bundeskanzleramt
    • Bundeskanzlerin
    • Angela Merkel
    • Willy-Brandt-Straße 1
    • 10557 Berlin

German Embassy

  • Ambassador: Emily Haber
  • Telephone: +1 (202) 298-4000
  • Snail Mail:
    • Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
    • 4645 Reservoir Road, NW
    • Washington, DC, 20007, USA

Italy

Prime Minister: Giuseppe Conte

  • Phone Number: (+39) 06.6779.1
  • Snail Mail:
    • Palazzo Chigi
    • Piazza Colonna 370
    • 00187 Roma – Italia

Italian Embassy

  • Ambassador: Armando Varricchio
  • Twitter: ‎@ItalyinUS
  • Telephone: +1 (202) 612-440
  • Fax: +1 (202) 518-2154
  • Snail Mail:
    • 3000 Whitehaven Street, N.W.
    • Washington, D.C., 20008

Japan

Prime Minister: Shinzo Abe

Japanese Embassy

  • Ambassador: Shinsuke J. SUGIYAMA
  • Twitter: @JapanEmbDC
  • Telephone: 202-238-6700
  • Snail Mail:
    • 2520 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W.
    • Washington, DC 20008

United Kingdom

Prime Minister: Boris Johnson

Embassy of the United Kingdom

  • Ambassador: Pretty Vacant since 10 July 2019
  • Charges d’Affaires: Michael Tatham
  • Twitter: @UKinUSA
  • Telephone: +1 202 588 6500
  • Snail Mail:
    • 3100 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
    • Washington DC 20008
    • USA

Tips for Calling

When you call your representative’s office, please remember the following:

  • Ask to leave a message for the prime minister, chancellor, ambassador, or charge d’affaires. You can and should use their names.
  • Be polite! No matter whose office you’re calling. No matter what their positions are. No matter how inflamed you are about the Ol’ Pussy Grabber’s corruption — and you should be very passionate — be polite.
  • Remember that the people you are talking to are people! So, be nice.
  • Call during business hours of the area code their office is in. Typically, that is 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
  • Have a script or notes to follow so you don’t forget anything.
  • Maybe call with friends. You know like a party.

Contacting Your MoC

Find out how to contact your MoC using these links!

  • Common Cause will give you the names, party affiliation, direct phone number, website link, and social media platforms of all of your federal, state, and local elected officials.
  • Call My Congress: Uses your zip code to locate your Congressional Representative and your Senators. And, it returns phone numbers, tweeter handle, party affiliation, voting record, and link to C-Span appearances!
  • 5 Calls: I am sad to report that Call Your Rep is no longer supported, but you can sign-up for 5 Calls which is a service that will help you contact your Congressional representatives and keep you abreast of on going issues that are important to you! Now, that is a good deal.
  • The Capital Hill Switch Board: (202) 224-3121.
  • MassacreMitch and #MoscowMitch: (202) 224-2541. Call him throughout the recess!
  • Nancy Pelosi: Her DC office, (202) 225-4965; her California office, (415) 556-4862

Join Indivisible

Follow the link to Indivisible to find a group near you, their campaigns, events in your neighborhood, and download their handy-dandy booklet!

We the People March

On Saturday 21 September, there will be a massive We the People March in Washington, D.C. to support our democracy in the face of growing authoritarianism and outright fascism of both the Ol’ Pussy Grabber, #MoscowMitch, and the GOP.

There are other marches organized around the country, too. Either find one near you, or organize it yourself!

6 comments

  1. Some of them may already be thinking along these lines. Particularly, their security teams are looking at the Doral environment which, as has been pointed out, is not the usual sort of isolated facility, but in an urban-industrial area.

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    1. Howdy Bob!
      I’m guessing Putin and Trump (and McConnell) are sensing his time is short, and it is time to get as much as they can before it is over. Putin and his demands for seceding US policy and position. Trump for grabbing as much cash as he can. McConnell, though, may not get many more judges out of him but may be judging that it is time to abandon him to salvage their 2020 election prospects.

      Huzzah!
      Mr. M.

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      1. Mick Mulvaney’s attempt to sell the idea that acting like a Mob Boss (Nice little country you’ve got there. It would be such a shame if something happened to it.) with The Ukraine was just business as usual (which, for Trump and Company it is) in foreign policy does appear to have left many in the GOP shaken, especially in combination with the Syria fiasco, and then he Doral cash grab (Emoluments on steroids). The truth that Nancy Pelosi spoke after that meeting that he is cracking and had a full meltdown, can’t be dismissed by all of them. And, the Repub MOC’s who have tried to spin the testimony of the diplomats and such they are hearing are having real trouble putting lipstick on the pig. Rick Perry is bailing out and may be facing some sort of charges. And, I expect Mulvaney to be gone within a month (scapegoat).

        The Turks are going to do Ethnic Cleansing on the Kurds and Assad’s security monsters will have their way with those who remain. Trump will have no scapegoat for that. He has totally owned the decision that will have let it happen. McConnell, has already said the Censure Resolution passed by veto-proof, bi-partisan majority in The House was not strong enough. This, while he meets with his caucus to plan and educate about the trial he fully expects to come.

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      2. Howdy Bob!
        I had the luxury of listening to NPR the other morning and heard someone say that Trump had actually used the word cleaning in reference to Northern Syria. The reporter was saying that he wasn’t sure if Trump knew the connotation. That kind of thing drives me mad. Of course Trump knew the connotation. He may not have used it deliberately, consciously, or knowingly because he just doesn’t have that level of awareness to do such things deliberately, but you can bet he’s made the connection to ethnic cleansing and that’s the reason for him saying.

        Huzzah!
        Jack

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      3. Well, he got the Turkish intention right. It is likely that he picked up the term from his conversation with Erdogan. He does tend to parrot what he hears from his favored autocrats. The real point is that he really truly does not care what happens to those who are not profiting him.

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