Friday, August 18, 2017

Confederate Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery

 Confederate Memorial 
Arlington National Cemetery
In 1914 a memorial to Confederate soldiers was placed at Arlington National Cemetery.  How long will it be before the political correct hate America bullies demand it be removed?

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

The hate ignorance continues….

The hate ignorance continues….

Saint John’s Episcopal Church located Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn, New York as joined the hysteria sweeping the nation.  This hysteria is manifesting after 152 years of dormancy.   

Between 1842 and 1847 General Robert E. Lee was stationed at Fort Hamilton, Brooklyn (NY). 
During this period General Lee donated a maple tree to be placed in front of Saint John’s Episcopal Church in Forth Hamilton.   Note the American Civil War or as it is known in the south, “The War of Northern Aggression” was between 1861 and 1865. 

At the outbreak of the war General Lee joined the Southern troops, the Confederacy.  Following what his native state of Virginia did by joining the Confederacy.  During this period in American history people consider themselves citizens of and loyal to the state of their birth and /or lived it. 

In 1912, forty-seven years after the end of that war a plaque was placed in front of the tree.  The inscription read:

This tree was planted by
General Robert Edward Lee
While stationed at
Fort Hamilton
From 1842-1847
The tree has been restored
And this tablet placed upon it
By the New York Chapter
United Daughters of the Confederacy
April 1912

In 1912 the war was still fresh in the minds of the American people.  That will be equivalent to an event that happened in 1970 to this year 2017. What is remarkable the war being so fresh in the minds of the American people there was a chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy in New York, the epicenter the “northern aggression,” the Union’s North, Yankees all.  In 1912 this Confederate chapter was tolerated in New York, while in today’s America the word “tolerant” is only allowed if approved by the politically correct subversives.   

In 1912 with the war in recent memory the people of New York had no problem with the chapter of the United Daughter of the Confederacy being in their midst, so why 105 years after the memorial was placed, and 152 years after the end of the Civil War, that memorial is a problem?   

The Church removed the memorial.  Bishop Lawrence Provenzano of the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island was quoted as saying,

“I think it is the responsible thing for us to do.”

Does that mean for the past 105 years the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island has not been doing the “responsible thing?”  Should there be consequences for not being responsible for over a century? 

Truth is the Episcopal Diocese allowed it to be bullied by the politically correct gangsters. 

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Robert E. Lee memorial removed

The New York Times continues with their coup d’état

The New York Times continues with their 
coup d’état

Media bias, anti-Trump slant.  Today’s edition of The New York Times an article title reads: 

“Code Writer in Ukraine Could Blow Whistle on Russian Hacking.”   

That word “could” inserted means: “it could,” and “it could not.”  The fake news newspaper selected to make it look like it could happen creating the possibility there will be proof of Russian hacking.   

However at the same time it “could” also provide proof of no Russian hacking.  You will know if the “code writer” does that if you read nothing further about it in The New York Times in subsequent issues.  
Fake news The New York Times

The New York Times fake news bias

The New York Times fake news bias

The New York Times complicit in the medias attempt at a coup d’état to overturn the results of the past election.  In today’s edition four out of the six articles on the front page are critical of President Trump. 
The New York Times front page bias articles

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

An American Coup d’état to overthrow the last election and President Trump

An American Coup d’état to overthrow 
the last election and President Trump

President Trump’s latest news conference discussing the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia caused the anti-Trumpsters to launch into orbit an orgy of fake news, lies, and advancing their soft-coup. 

First some house cleaning concerning the following groups:

-          Nazis
-          Klu Klux Klan (KKK)
-          White Supremacist
-          Antifa
-          Communist
-          Black Lives Matter (BLM)

The above groups are all reprehensible; there is nothing good about their mission, their ideology, and / or their adherents.   There has never been such a thing as a good person actively belonging to any of the above groups / gangs.    

The rally that happened in Charlottesville was to protest the removal of a Confederate War memorial statue.  The first three groups mentioned above were there to oppose the removal.  Among this group were also people who were not members of these hate-groups, but do have a genuine concern for keeping the memorial in place.  It represents history to them and pride concerning their heritage. 

The group opposing the rally falls into the last three groups in the above list.  They arrived looking for violence as their past history has demonstrated.  Also with anti-Confederate memorial group were people not members of the bottom three groups, but they too have genuine concern opposing the statue. 

In essences it is wrong to paint with a broad brush stating all in either group were evil and beyond redemption.  Each side as stated did have some people with good genuine concerns and their intentions should not be overshadowed by the violence and hate.

The news media, Democrats, late night entertainers, talking-heads, the establishment, and Republicans will have you believe only the Nazis, KKK, and White Supremacist were they only evil ones and should be solely held responsible and criticize.  All this while ignoring the evil intention by the attending Antifa, Communist, and BLM.  These groups are protected.

President Trump on about three occasions did state the hate and violence on both sides was wrong.  This upsets the news media and their ancillary soft-coup co-conspirators.  They want Trump to mention the groups they hate and never allude to their protected groups. 

Trump said “There are fine people on both sides,” this threw the conspirators into media frenzy.   

There is a coup d’état taking place to overturn the results of the last presidential election.  This is disturbing and not being opposed.  This is the death of governance in the United States as founded and as we use to appreciate.   

In the August 16, 2017 edition of The New York Times, a front page article read in reference to President Trump, “Giving White Nationalists An Unequivocal Boost.”

That is a pure lie by The New York Times.  During President Trump’s news conference he did not utter any words one could claim were in support of White Nationalists.  This is an excellent example of the pre-planned strategy to overtime the previous presidential election.

Also in the August 16, 2017 edition of The New York Post on the front page wrote, “Trump back at it: Hey, some white nationalists are ‘very fine people’” Guess what?  Another newspaper front page lie.  Trump never said some white nationalists are very fine people.  He said “There are fine people on both sides.”  

Durham Brown Shirts

Durham Brown Shirts
Hitler's Brown shirts reincarnated in America as liberal but not as Brown Shirts, they are eclectic shirts. 
Eclectic shirts

Korean new way to hate Japan

Korean new way to hate Japan

As if some Koreans do not have enough hallucinating reasons to hate Japan, they recently revealed another questionable reason. 

Japan bashing continues in South Korea.  Not contented with bashing Japan’s image by flooding the planet with Comfort Women statues, they are now embarking on a new form of bashing Japan.  They unveiled a statue in Seoul, South Korea representing forced laborers they accused the Japanese of.  The statue is in the hideous tradition of the Comfort Women statues. 

Care to make any bets how long will it before we see this new Japan Bashing statue dotting the American landscape?  The force labor this statue claims to represent happened seventy-two years ago.  Why now with the statue?      

The statue photograph used in this video is of it in Yongsan Train Station is Seoul, South Korea. 

Note:  Use of the statue photograph is in compliance with Copyright “Fair Use” policy.

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