Protesters vandalized and attempted to take down the Peace Monument in Piedmont Park in Atlanta on Sunday, mistaking it for a pro-Confederate statue.
The protesters were marching in response to the violent protests in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Saturday where one woman died after being deliberately hit by a car, and two law enforcement personnel were killed when the helicopter they were in crashed. Continue reading “Protesters in Atlanta Vandalize ‘Peace Monument’ After Mistaking It for Confederate Symbol”
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (NEWSPLEX) — A Charlottesville judge has granted part of a temporary injunction in the lawsuit over the future of the Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson statues.
Following an injunction hearing Tuesday afternoon, Judge Richard Moore ruled that in the public’s interest, the Lee statue cannot be moved for a period of six months.
But he said the Charlottesville City Council can still rename Lee Park and continue its planning for the statue removal and redesigns of the park. Continue reading “Judge rules Charlottesville cannot move Lee Statue for six months”
Apparently, we live in a time where anti-white racism is being normalized. According to the extreme-Leftists, such as ANTIFA, you cannot be racist to a white guy.
At least this seems to be the case in the USA where this incident took place.
An ANTIFA anti-Trump protester forgot to through some things in the trash can. It was a number of pamphlets revealing a terrifying slogan: Continue reading “ANTIFA pamphlet calls for the “purge of white race””
“From whence shall we expect the approach of danger? Shall some trans-Atlantic military giant step the earth and crush us at a blow? Never. All the armies of Europe and Asia…could not by force take a drink from the Ohio River or make a track on the Blue Ridge in the trial of a thousand years. No, if destruction be our lot we must ourselves be its author and finisher. As a nation of free men we will live forever or die by suicide.”
Cohasset police seized approximately 100 unsecured weapons including shotguns, rifles and pistols from 50 Doane St. Friday afternoon. A Navy unit out of Newport, R.I. took custody of five military-grade ordnance shells also found in the home.
Police received information from a credible source that the resident at that address had numerous unsecured rifles and shotguns strewn about his house and as a result, obtained a search warrant issued by a Clerk Magistrate at Quincy District Court. They executed the search warrant at 2 p.m. Continue reading “Cohasset police seize 100 firearms and 5 military-grade shells from Doane St. home”
Interestingly enough for a man who is now famous throughout Massachusetts for his unbreakable determination to violently kill British people at all costs, Samuel Whittemore was born in England, and faithfully served the British Crown for nearly five decades of professional military service.
Born in 1695, just 75 years after the first Pilgrims landed on Plymouth Rock, the stone-cold hardass who would be made a state hero of Massachusetts was first unleashed on colonial America in the 1740s while serving as a Captain in His Majesty’s Dragoons – a badass unit of elite British cavalrymen much-feared across the globe for their ability to impale people on lance-points and then pump their already-dead bodies full of gigantic pistol ammunition that more closely resembled baseballs than the sort of rounds you see packed into Beretta magazines these days. Continue reading “Samuel Whittemore”
A month ago, India asked more than 1.2 billion people to turn out their pockets and turn in their old bank notes, all in an effort to stamp out corruption and tax evasion.
A colossal undertaking by any standard, the experiment has unfolded in ways that few nations’ administrators might have been able to predict. That has forced the Indian government to adapt, sometimes without warning, to minimize disorder. Continue reading “Timeline: How India’s Offensive Against Cash Unfolded”
Sunday night’s no-holds-barred offensive by police from multiple agencies against unarmed water protectors opposed to the Dakota Access Pipeline on Highway 1806’s Backwater Bridge — in which at least 167 suffered injuries — sent two elders into cardiac arrest, left a 13-year-old girl injured by a rubber bullet to the head, and now, one woman will almost certainly lose her arm.
Sophia Walinsky stood among the crowd of around 400 water protectors as the police launched an all-out assault, firing ‘nonlethal’ projectiles, tear gas, mace, LRAD sound cannons, and concussion grenades — one of which reportedly exploded on her left arm, tearing through flesh and exposing bone, and leaving her facing possible amputation. Continue reading “Water Protector in Critical Condition After DAPL Police Grenade Blew Apart Her Arm”