Disturbing video of the occult’s approach to historic preservation
Bill Bridges, Chairman of the Archaeological Research Trust of the South Carolina Institute of Archaeology and Anthropology, sent me this video, because he knew that the occult had “wrung me through the wringer” in 2012 during the “Mayas in Georgia Thang.” Whether a cult is Neo-Nazi or Neo-Communist, facts take a back row seat to political agenda, when they get involved in an issue.
The scene, you will see, where the mob is kicking the statue brought back painful, suppressed memories from seven years ago on a cold winter’s night, when North Carolina Mountain Nazi’s beat me on the head with baseball bats while I was asleep at a campsite. All I remember, though, was half-waking up to being cursed at and kicked on the side like this statue . . . just as all three of my brave Scottish Herd Dogs went flying out of the hole in the tent with fangs exposed. The thugs ran off into the snowy forest.
Let’s make it clear, though. The occultists in this video are self-styled Communists, not Nazi’s. Is there really a difference?
This video would not have been presented on POOF, except that I wanted you to understand why occult mobs . . . whether Neo-Nazis or Commies, are a threat to Native American cultural heritage. Most of you have no idea, what I was going through between late 2009 and early 2013. What these extremists do is demonize someone or a historic site, then focus all their evil on him, her or it. Note that they symbolically lynched the bronze Confederate soldier by putting a noose around his neck.
The video was particularly disturbing to me because I could not understand why spoiled kids from the burbs would feel the need to curse and kick a bronze statue, honoring North Carolinians, who had been dead for at least a century. I seriously doubt that any of these young men and women have ever come within 10 feet of a Nazi and certainly have not fought them in hand-to-hand combat in the middle of the night like have. Why would they equate long dead Civil War veterans with the current crop of misfits?
Our family had letters from Creek ancestors, who fought in the Army of Northern Virginia. They HATED the war and saw no need for the war. They didn’t own slaves and so showed great contempt for the Southern planters and Northern Industrialists, who started the war. On the other hand, they expressed no hatred of the young men. who were dying like them, in the Northern Army. They just wanted to go home.
A little research and I found out that the ringleaders in the crowd were members of a relatively small, self-styled Communist organization called the Workers World Party. I studied videos made of other demonstrations by this group. It’s really a cult, dominated by one young woman. Whatever she says, the followers repeat her words. It reminded me of brainwashing techniques, used by satanic cults and neo-Nazi paramilitary groups. As I said before . . . different labels . . . same sick souls.
At the beginning of the video, the mob is chanting, “We’re the Revolution! . . . We’re the Revolution!”
Lord help us! I have a feeling than these suburbanites would not even know how to put a roof over their heads.
And that’s all I got to say . . . Forrest Gump
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