Truth wrapped in humor. Heavily up voted with much praise in the youtube comments. Excellent work.
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Truth wrapped in humor. Heavily up voted with much praise in the youtube comments. Excellent work.
About three minutes.
Most likely, a sick, degenerate tranny destroyed the first two flags in an effort to create sympathy for the narcissist LGBT folks.
It’s always amazing how many people don’t realize that most of these incidents are false flag psyops.
Police in a southern Alberta community are treating the vandalism of a Pride flag as an act of arson as the town held a ceremony to raise a replacement flag on Monday.
Taber hoisted the symbol of LGBT rights for the first time this year and it has not gone well. Six days after it was raised on June 12, vandals covered security cameras in Confederation Park, shredded the flag and tied the pieces to tree branches.
The Town of Taber said it took steps to prevent further vandalism by greasing the pole so that no one could remove the flag a second time.
However, on the morning of June 24, Taber police say someone applied an accelerant to the pole and lit it on fire.
‘They’ve definitely got a lot of hate going on’: Pride flag destroyed in Alberta town for 2nd time in 2 weeks
”Once lit, the pole acted as a wick and caught the flag on fire, a portion of the flag melted and fell to the ground,” said Taber police in a news release.
Lethbridge, about 50 kilometres to the west of Taber, also saw vandals strike its symbols of Pride. Crosswalks painted in the colours of the transgender flag and the Pride flag were defaced in that city — the rainbow crosswalk twice.
Members of Lethbridge Pride donated one of their flags to the Taber Equality Alliance Society and it was raised on Monday night.
Jane Deering, a Taber resident of 18 years and the mother of two trans individuals, was at the flag ceremony and said not only is there support, but there’s new support from people she hasn’t seen at an event like this.
“Discouraging to think somebody would do something like that, but encouraging to see the support that’s coming out,” she said of the week’s events.
She’s was defiant that those who struck at the symbols would not win out, vowing to be there every day to raise a new flag if need be.
“As soon as my children came out, I’m fighting for them and standing up for the others, too,” she said. “It hurts. You hurt my children, you hurt me.”
That sense of community, and of defiance, was echoed by Jayce Wilson, a trans woman who moved to Taber from Calgary about 12 years ago.
“I felt an awful lot of love and support and unity and community. They were here because they wanted to be here. They were here because they wanted to support us and show that they cared and that they want to see the Pride flag go up again,” she said.
“We’ll raise it every day if we have to.”
‘Actions of a few’
The Town of Taber issued a statement saying “actions of a few people does not represent the community of Taber as a whole” and promised the flag will continue to fly until June 30.
Well, well, well. What have we here?
Is the Kool Kids Klub really distributing flyers to homes or are Jews perpetrating another hoax in order to keep the shekels flying into the coffers of the ADL and the SPLC by scaring low information, disengaged people who believe that the Klan is lynching thousands of po’ ol’ Nigras every year.
And why is it a serious police matter when flyers are thrown onto someone’s property. Do the police go after other groups who do the same?
Flyers advertising a Ku Klux Klan rally were found on driveways in an Upstate NY neighborhood, and local police are asking for the public’s help to determine who put them there.
The Fulton County Sheriff’s Office posted pictures of the flyers on Facebook. They were sealed inside plastic bags which had kitty litter in them to weigh them down.
“Please be aware that there are individuals going around representing themselves as members of the KKK,” the Sheriff’s Office warned residents. “Recent activity has them in Northville over night where they are leaving small bags containing informational pamphlets and kitty litter. This is NOT harmful and can be thrown out.”
The fliers advertise a Klan Rally in Charlottsville, Virginia, in July. They refer to “cultural genocide of white people” and say, “The Kool Kids Klub wants you.”
Police have asked for anyone with information, or a security camera that can show a license plate number of the people who distributed the fliers, to call the sheriff’s office at 518-736-2100.
Police could cite possible suspects for littering.
It’s not the first instance of Klan activity in Upstate NY this year. In February, residents in Fort Plain found Valentine’s Day-themed Klan recruitment flyers telling white people to “love your own race.”
The comments at the source site are just more of the usual name calling. No one ever wants to tackle the issue of how loving your own people is equal to hating all other people. They won’t tackle it because they don’t have a case.
The media coverage of Sunday night’s Megyn Kelly hatchet job on the Fat Man, Alex Jones, has been extensive. It’s been enjoyable reading all the liberal anger with Kelly for her daring move to give Alex Jones credibility by interviewing him, even if the interview is a smear job.
Regular Lew Rockwell contributor Gary North explains how the media tries to slice and dice conservatives, using Kelly-Jones as the focal point.
Excerpt from Lew Rockwell
Megan Kelly got a promotion from Fox News to NBC because Donald Trump insulted her during an early Republican presidential debate. This promotion did not include an increase in wisdom. It merely gave her a larger audience for her to reveal her limitations. Her limitations are considerable.
Her latest bonehead move was to interview Alex Jones. This got her in trouble with NBC, because nobody is supposed to interview Jones. That would give him some degree of credibility. The mainstream media do not want to consider him as anyone who deserves credibility.
The mainstream media still believe that someone like Jones can get credibility only from the mainstream media. They still think it’s 1995.
Her response was this: she thinks he is despicable. She said that his view of Sandy Hook as a hoax is revolting. That bought her a little time. But time will run out on the evening of June 18, when her interview is scheduled to be run.
Jones did what any sensible conservative should always do when interviewed by the mainstream media. He made a secret recording of the entire interview. Now he has released the entire interview on YouTube.
Here’s the audio of the exchange between Kelly and Jones. In all honesty, it’s too painful for me to listen to, but it’s here for your convenience if you can stand to listen to Kelly.
There’s more leaked material at Infowars. There’s also over 3,000 comments there from Infowars readers.
He says that he did not claim to believe the story that Sandy Hook was a hoax. He simply said that he had offered theories regarding Sandy Hook to his viewers.
The game the liberals play is always the same. Anything that makes a conservative’s position look sensible is eliminated by three dots. The writer gets to pick and choose what he wants to illustrate. If he wants to illustrate something that will make a conservative look bad, he will quote him. He will not mention the missing qualifications to the outrageous statements.
Some journalists will quote the conservative link. When the conservative says something sensible, the journalist then adds three dots. These indicate a break in the interview. But most journalists don’t do this. They simply enter the quotation with a quotation mark. Then they continue to summarize what the conservative really means, which is what the journalist wants the reader to believe that the conservative really means. Then he provides another brief quotation inside quotation marks. This is an ancient technique of journalists. I’ve been a journalist long enough to know that this is how the game is played.
The media have been unsuccessful in doing this to me. That is because my statements are so outrageous and unqualified in any way that they prove irresistible to Left-wing journalists. These people usually quote me verbatim. I get my point across, and they get to look like heroes for having exposed to me.
The crucial point is this: almost nobody pays any attention. Hardly anybody reads these stories. My followers rarely read these stories. Liberals rarely read them.
Here is reality: journalists don’t have much clout. I learned this 40 years ago. “Sticks and stones will break my bones, but liberal journalists can never hurt me.” (You may quote me verbatim.)
In the case of Alex Jones, this is a bonanza for him. His followers are laughing derisively at Megyn Kelly. She is now under the digital sword of Damocles. If she runs her edited snippets, she will look like a fraud. In other words, she will look like exactly what she is.
On the other hand, if the network now has some junior technician frantically reinserting what Jones really said, Jones will look like a semi-reasonable fellow. Kelly will still look like a fraud, because Jones forced her hand early. He went public about the existence of his interview before she ran her hatchet job. Then he released the file.
She is now on the hook. I call it her Sandy Hook hook. No matter what she runs on her show on Sunday evening, she is going to look like a fraud. She can either be seen as a boneheaded, unwavering fraud, or she can be seen as a cowardly fraud who reinserted Jones’s qualifications, or worse, as a fraud who refuses to run the segment on Jones, despite the fact that she promised that she would.
The fallout from the clownshow will last a couple of days. The Jones vs Kelly feud will go on much longer.
Like many of you I believe that Alex Jones is probably controlled opposition. Where we might disagree is whether he is harmful to our cause. I don’t think he is. In fact, I believe he helps us by drawing normies into an alternative universe where it’s acceptable to challenge the official narrative on 9/11 and other issues.
Megyn Kelly’s interview with Alex is set to air on the evening of Father’s Day, this Sunday.
Vox concisely explains the controversy in this excerpt.
Conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has spent years trying to convince people that the parents of children slain at Sandy Hook Elementary School are liars.
Now freshly minted NBC host Megyn Kelly, formerly of Fox News, is giving him a mega platform to cast his doubt on them once again in one of the first sit-down interviews of her new Sunday night show.
After a teaser for the show, which will air this Sunday, was released, Kelly was blasted on Twitter for giving Jones airtime, with calls for a boycott to support the Sandy Hook parents. Advertisers have subsequently pulled ads from NBC, and Kelly was dropped as the host for a Sandy Hook fundraiser.
In the preview, Kelly attempts to be tough with Jones, and accuses him of dodging her questions. She said in a statement that she interviewed him to “shine a light” on an increasingly important media figure. An NBC executive also defended the program, saying there was value in having Jones sit down for an interview.
Vox goes on to attack Jones as a dangerous media figure who should not be given a platform to explain his views.
If you’ve ever watched hours of Alex Jones’s Infowars, as I have, you might come away steeped in a dark and distorted view of the world. Jones alleges that 9/11 was “an inside job,” that the Sandy Hook massacre was designed to get Americans to side with gun control, and that there’s a secret fungus epidemic spreading across the country and slowly killing Americans.
He delivers these bizarre claims, and many others, red-faced, in his signature husky rasp. They’re framed as truths the mainstream media and elites are hiding from public view, with Jones as the bearer of the truth.
The president of the United States, meanwhile, has applauded Jones and perpetuated falsehoods that originated on the show, like the suggestion that Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama started ISIS and that the election was rigged.
Actually, even the leftist Guardian agrees that the U.S. created ISIS. And the suspicions about 9/11 are widespread, including even a significant number of engineering professors.
Rather than continue quoting from the hatchet job that Vox does on Jones, let’s turn our attention to another perspective on the issue of Jones on network TV.
This excerpt from Hot Air tries to make sense of J.P. Morgan pulling its ads from the Jones episode.
It’s not as if NBC hired Alex Jones to give him his own show on their network. Kelly is trying to make a big splash and draw the maximum number of eyeballs with her current string of interviews and let’s face it… the name Alex Jones stops people in their tracks and gets heads turning.
And precisely how controversial or awful or whatever other adjective you’d care to employ is Jones? He called himself an entertainer during some recent family court hearings. I don’t think anyone is in danger of seeing a clip from Infowars airing on NBC and mistaking it for the latest item pulled off the Associated Press wires.
There are so many breaking stories about this interview that I can only touch upon the controversy.
Among the newest stories to be published, The Guardian offers the insight that NBC has been surprised by the intensity of the reaction to the Jones interview.
To me, if the powers that be are so intent on silencing Jones, he must have something to say that they don’t want us to hear. So, let’s hear it.
Zionist moron Megyn Kelly somehow got an interview with one of the most serious men in the world.
Kelly is destroyed by Putin. The 7 minute video is embedded at the bottom of this post. Watch him insult the most hated reporter on the planet. The JFK material comes near the end of the story.
Like Trump, Putin plays 8D chess.
In Megyn Kelly’s much anticipated interview with Vladimir Putin for her debut episode of NBC’s “Sunday Night with Megyn Kelly”, the Russian President said he never met Donald Trump during his business trips to Russia (including Trump’s 2013 visit to Moscow for the Miss Universe pageant), stated that he was unaware of any proposal from Jared Kushner to set up an alleged “secret line” of communications between the Trump administration and the Russian government, and that it’s “nonsense” to say Russia has collected compromising material about Trump among many other topics covered in the 7 minute interview (see below).
“I am not aware of such a proposal,” Putin said referring to Kushner’s alleged proposal. “No such proposal ever reached me.” Putin said many CEOs of major U.S. companies visit Russia and then asked rhetorically, “do you think we’re gathering dirt on all of them right now or something?” Putin asked, before saying: “Have you all lost your mind?”
A hate-crime hoax has been perpetrated at St. Olaf’s College in Minnesota.
As seen in the photo above, earnest young white anti-racists show their concern for the Negro. They were responding to a note that used the word “Nigger” that a black female, Samantha Wells, claimed had been left on her car.
Apparently, Samantha “fabricated” the note.
The cucked white students involved should learn the lesson that our forefathers knew all too well: Negros make sh*t up all the time. None of them are trustworthy.
The Negress who pulled off the hoax is named Samantha Wells. None of the stories I’ve seen are running her picture, but I found it here. She was a Bernie supporter in last year’s presidential race.
Wells, a graduating senior, is facing no disciplinary charges. Her degree should be revoked but that will never happen.
What’s more disturbing than a lying Negress pulling sh*t is how everyone on campus fell for her bullsh*t. It really is disturbing to see how detached from reality white college students and administrators are.
NORTHFIELD, MINN. – A racist threat against a St. Olaf student that touched off campuswide protests and forced the college to cancel classes earlier this month was a hoax, the school revealed Wednesday.
A student confessed to writing the note, St. Olaf President David R. Anderson wrote in a message to students. The threat — an anonymous, typewritten note — was “fabricated,” he said, as an apparent “strategy to draw attention to concerns about the campus climate.”
“This was not a genuine threat,” Anderson wrote in the first of two messages Wednesday to students. “We’re confident that there is no ongoing threat from this incident to individuals or the community as a whole.”
The note, tucked onto the windshield of a black student’s car on April 29, sparked outrage, fear and hurt on this close-knit private college campus, tucked into the hills of this river town about 45 miles south of the Twin Cities. The revelation that the note was fake was a shock of a different sort.