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For some reason, I’m thinking about The Warriors, that classic old movie which borrowed the plot of Xerxes’s seminal history, The Anabasis, to depict what could happen when a one large street gang tried to consolidate all NYC gangs into one army.

The story revolves around a gang of young toughs from Coney Island, who travel all the way to the Bronx for a mass gang rally, are then framed for the murder of Cyrus, the leader of the movement, and have to fight their way all the way back to Coney as every gang in New York is hunting them.

Yesterday’s action (#Charlottesville) will have some historical significance, as it looks like the gloves are finally off. There was a hit and run driver who killed at least one and injured several. He wore the uniform of one of the more militant factions there, and posed for pictures there.

Lets give some background, which you can skip if you have followed this at all. We once had what is called The Civil War, where everybody got down with killing each other to the tune of 800,000 soldiers and an unknown number of civilians. It was a total blood bath, decimating a good chunk of the population and leaving behind all the baggage second generation people inherit from such activity.

Its all quite relevant today, as California is actually putting Secession from the Union on the ballot next election, and if they withdrew, several other states might as well. So, the Civil War is still relevant today. California might withdraw so they could keep their large helot population of uneducated menial workers from other countries, particularly Mexico, since Trump is threatening to deport them all.

The South also wanted to keep their slaves, similarly to California. They were more honest about their motives, actually calling them slaves, not undocumented workers, but the cases are identical otherwise.

So the stated reason for the protest which led to mass rioting in Charlottesville this weekend was a protest over the removal of General Robert E. Lee from a park. Lee is inscrutable, but he appeared to mainly believe in States’ Rights, and chose to defend Virginny in the War over the USA (Union). To contemporize this issue, Colorado overrode Federal Mandates and Laws to legalize pot. Will the Feds let them get away with it?

This is a big deal. There is a Federal superstate, which will become ever more monolithic and domineering as the power of advanced statistical analysis and tracking is improved. There are individual States, which the Feds would like to make no more different than the names of their football mascots.

Back to the park. I’m being careful with my categorizations here, so let’s call them the “Pro-Statue People” filed for a permit to protest the statue’s removal in the park. Another group, the Ant-Statue People, showed up to counter-protest. The State, run by Federal shill Terry McAuliffe, completely mishandled the situation, shut down a legal protest, and groups started wandering through the city in chaos, fights breaking out as they went, until finally somebody blew a fuse and plowed their car into a pileup of cars.

I never protest, except for what you’re looking at. If it ever gets really real, yeah, I’ll be down, but I don’t look for trouble. My relatives fought for the Union, my grandfathers fought The Axis, and I can’t be a White Supremacist. For starters, the Anglo-Saxons types historically hate people such as myself. Just because I have such beautiful white skin, there is no reason for me to believe anything has changed. We had an Irish Catholic President who actually tried to change things and make things better for everyday people. They blew his head off after a couple of months. Obama made it 8 years, and that New World Order Tool is still running around being stupid and offensive, after running the country into the ground for two terms. Who is really hated in this country? Here’s Obama’s legacy, pasted below.

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The other reason I can’t join the White Power types is I have mixed race children, and they are all I love. Why am I posting this? Because in our sick society, you can’t post an opinion without qualifying.

I am a Pro-Statue person. I think Lee was a great man, and I think The Civil War was stupid. I think Lincoln killed 800,000 Americans, and I find it deeply disturbing that he is considered a great president. The British got rid of slavery without wrecking their country. It could have been done here as well.

There are factions in both the Ant-Statue and Pro-Statue groups who are thugs for hire. George Soros is definitely one of the paymasters. One of the catalysts for the Civil War was also foreign provocateurs trying to escalate the situation for power and profit. We’re there today, still relevant.

So, while I distrust many Pro-Statue people, in principle, I agree with them, so long as our ships sail in the same direction. I have learned not to trust the Media at all, any of it, so I’m not brainwashable much (just don’t look, as they said on The Simpsons when malevolent ads came to life).

My take on what happened yesterday? My worldview is so deeply rooted in study, such hijinks effect me not a whit. Sorry about the dead girl and injured. I hope modern Americans never find out what real conflicts can lead to in sheer damage. Americans unfortunate enough to be alive when that buttmunch Lincoln was President certainly did.

At any rate, time to sell the donuts. Free book today to the first 1000 responders, clink link below. I can’t give the Zombie book away because I violated one of Bezos’s byzantine rules. #HowBezosMadeHisBillions

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