At roughly 11pm local time on Thursday, a group of some 30 to 40 protesters initially vandalized the statue, located on the lawn of the German American Society in Northeast Portland, with graffiti which read: “You’re on native land.” They called the first president of the US a “genocidal colonist.” The group later brought the statue down with ropes.
A very special group of mainly Jewish immigrants constituted the “Frankfurt School”. These were Marxist “intellectuals” who fled Hitler’s Germany one step ahead of the Gestapo. Painting themselves as the victims of merciless political oppression, the truth is that these men and others like them were largely responsible for the rise of Hitler in the first place by fomenting Communist revolution in Germany. The gullible American people took them in and promptly received their just reward: the Frankfurt School subversives immediately began to sabotage the country that had given them refuge. This tidal wave of Reds soon infiltrated virtually every American institution: universities were an early target but all of the major branches of government, the media, Hollywood and key elements of national life were targeted as well.
The FBI tracked down a dangerous leftist after she torched two police cars in the Philadelphia “peaceful protests” and riots.
Lore Elisabeth Blumenthal was arrested this week for torching the police cars in riots last week.
The FBI tracked her down by tracing her custom t-shirt and tattoos.
Lore Elisabeth, a massage therapist, was not the smartest leftist at the riots last week.
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The Southern Poverty Law Center’s “Whose Heritage?” map depicts the southeastern US as positively bristling with racism, in the form of brightly colored tags representing Confederate monuments. Updated last year to reflect the removal of more than 100 such sites, it still boasted 1,747 at the time of its republication. As anti-Confederate fever flares up amid the George Floyd protests against racism and police brutality, and rioters take sledgehammers to any monument they believe they can link to slavery, Vice has helpfully trotted out the SPLC’s map again, handing the angry mob a to-do list that could keep them busy for months.
Don’t see your favorite monument on the map? Readers who think the map is “missing” a site can suggest an addition via a helpful submission form, which Vice provides a link to. Not that the invitation will be abused at all at a time when statues of even Thomas Jefferson – who, despite being a founding father and the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, held slaves and therefore had to go – are being pulled down.
Moon of Alabama
On Friday the U.S. embassy in Seoul hung up a large ‘Black Lives Matter’ banner and posted a tweet about it:
“To me, this is a serious indication that BLM (which in principle I support) has been co-opted by the “Foreign Policy Establishment” (Vindman) and the Democratic Party.”
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I was born in 1949 when racial segregation was still codified in the Deep South and in the Panama Canal Zone, where I spent five years of my childhood in the ‘50s and early ‘60s. I recall vacations my two sisters, my parents and I took from the Canal Zone to the District of Columbia in Washington while my father attended briefings and meetings in the summer as part his work with the Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI) and as a Captain in the Naval Reserve and noticing the separate drinking fountains and bathrooms in the Smithsonian Institute for “coloreds”, something I never observed in Panama. I only mention this to shed light on how much change has occurred in my lifetime. There were still former slaves living in the U.S. when I was a child.
As a Canal Zone brat, I picked up on how it was the United States of America that built the Panama Canal, and not any of the Latin American nations, which were poorer and more corrupt than the U.S.A.
It wasn’t “white privilege” or “white supremacy” that built the Panama Canal; it was American ingenuity and our ability to conquer yellow fever, malaria, and other mosquito spread tropical diseases. The Canal Zone itself was cleaner, safer and healthier than the Republic of Panama because of who we were as Americans. Americans were not apologetic about building the canal, rather, it was a source of great pride.
In 2020 the Panama Canal is partly operated by Chinese companies, no thanks to former President Jimmy Carter, who had apologized to Panama for creating their country and building the canal and lying to Americans about his intentions with the Canal Zone when he campaigned for the office of President. He betrayed the people who worked for the Panama Canal Company and the men and women who had built the canal and got us nothing positive in return for his actions.
I only make these observations to give the reader some of my background and how I came to see the United States as distinct and superior to most of Latin America. When my family visited Boulder, Colorado or Berkeley, California in those days, I saw a prosperous, freedom loving nation with few of the problems of extreme poverty and corruption that is systemic in the Spanish speaking nations to our south. I was therefore puzzled in later decades as I saw the mainstream media and Democratic Party “celebrate” the “browning of America” and the deliberate opening of our borders to the lower classes of Latin America, the Caribbean, and other non-European parts of the world with the seeming goal of bringing our nation down to the level of the lowest common denominator of Latin American failed states.
In 2020, I see my country at a crossroads that most closely parallels where Rhodesia and South Africa were in the 1970s – being pressured to end white rule and economic dominance with lots of assurances from far-Left “leaders” and “intellectuals” that what will result from handing over power to “people of color” will be a better, more just, safer, and prosperous nation. London and Washington used economic sanctions and shame in order to pressure the Ian Smith government in Rhodesia to hand over power to Robert Mugabe and then used the same pressure techniques to bring about the release of Nelson Mandella from Robin’s Island prison and eventually to get the whites to vote themselves out of power and into what now is a scary, dangerous, militantly anti-white communist state. Rhodesia, once the Jewel of Africa, is now, as Zimbabwe, on par with Haiti economically and politically. South Africa has fared somewhat better, but it is a place that a substantial number of whites no longer feel safe in and find themselves discriminated against in hiring or outright barred from employment by the ANC government. The crime rate there is among the highest in the world. Many, if not most blacks are worse off than they were under white rule.
I believe the United States of America in 2020 is where Rhodesia was in 1970, when Ian Smith declared unilateral independence from Britain in an attempt to maintain white rule while attempting to fight a war against guerrilla soldiers waging a dirty war against white rule modeled after the Khmer Rouge and Vietcong in Southeast Asia and backed by Cuba, the Soviet Union, Red China and North Korea. The difference in the U.S. is that the whites are still in the majority, but are rapidly losing that demographic advantage due to both legal and illegal immigration from non-white Third World countries and a high fertility rate among non-white immigrants. Another similarity is that the mainstream media, academia, and the Democratic Party are encouraging racial animosity against whites in the U.S. and are treating the President of the United States as an illegal occupier of the White House in much the same way that Ian Smith was treated in President’s House in Salisbury, Rhodesia in the ‘70s.
Another historical parallel is when Nelson Mandella was released from prison in South Africa and was being groomed to be the first black president of South Africa. While the intentions sounded nobel, the end result for whites has been disastrous. Rather than bringing about a “rainbow nation” with peace and harmony between the races; whites in South Africa, especially farmers, are in a position similar to that of Jews, Gypsies, communists and homosexuals in Germany in the 1930s. Those who don’t learn from history are doomed to repeat it.
London and Washington betrayed Rhodesian and South African young men who fought on the side of the Allies in World War II by figuratively stabbing them in the back during the Cold War. They are doing the same to the white majority in the rest of the former Free World in 2020. When they’re done pulling down the statues and banning books, they will go after the people who built and look like the statues. Remember the Holodomor. Do not go peacefully into this new Dark Age. The Democrats gave away our Panama Canal and the Canal Zone – Don’t let them give away the United States to the forces of darkness.
S. Byron Gassaway
The Gateway Pundit reporter Cassandra Fairbanks (posted this) video of armed antifa-anarchist terrorists in the Capitol Hill Free Zone (CHAZ).
— Cassandra Fairbanks (@CassandraRules) June 11, 2020
Over the weekend there is video of the CHAZ warlord ‘Taz’ handing out AR15s to random young activists.
[Remember Lavoy Finicum and the takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge as this plays out. See how Antifa is treated by “the authorities” as opposed to the Bundy clan. — S. Byron Gassaway]
A social media post (which has been removed) by a member of the Washington National Guard has been shared more than 7000 times since it was written on June 12th. It’s a true education in mob mentality.
As Toby Cowern says, “Look how much ‘othering’ has been done already. Once that’s happening there’s a big problem.”
He’s right – and here’s the shocking truth about what’s really going on in Seattle from a person who had a front-row ticket to the mayhem.
An eye-witness account
I previously said I had a lot to say regarding my experiences while in downtown Seattle [Incoming VERY long post…]. When I came home, I was exhausted, angry, and saddened by what I had experienced. I said I needed to share what happened, but I also said I needed some time to rest and reflect. My unit was activated for 12 days. We worked long hours but we continued to stay dedicated to the state and the mission. I can’t stop that now. I’ve been up all night, trying my best to put into words what I experienced and observed. This is too important to wait. I rarely post on social media, but I’m making this post, hoping it reaches those that want to know the truth. I can imagine, given the current environment, this post may cause some controversy. That is not my intention what-so-ever. I agree the excessive use of force in Minnesota was inexcusable but reacting with hatred and violence is contradictory to the message of peace and change. Either way, people need to know what’s actually happening behind the guise of this “movement.” Whether localized or nationalized, what I witnessed NEEDS TO STOP!
Imagine this: A so-called presidential historian for a major television network publishes an interview in the most famous newspaper in the world with the most famous singer/songwriter in the world, who has recently written an explosive song accusing the U.S. government of a conspiracy in the assassination of the most famous modern American president, and the interviewer never asks the singer about the specific allegations in his song except to ask him if he was surprised that the song reached number one on the Billboard hit list and other musical and cultural references that have nothing to do with the assassination.
Imagine no more.
For that is exactly what Douglas Brinkley, CNN’s presidential historian, has just done with his June 12, 2020 interview with Bob Dylan in The New York Times.
The interview makes emphatically clear that Brinkley is not in the least interested in what Dylan has to say about the assassination of the President of the United States, John F. Kennedy, whose murder most foul marks in the most profound way possible the devolution of the U.S. into the cesspool it has become. Brinkley has another agenda.