Category Archives: Activists

BLM AntiFA swing large flag poles – intimidate tourists in Harrisburg, PA – VIDEO

Harrisburg, PA – On the evening of December 2nd, 2017 a group of tourists who where out filming their exploration encountered a group of activists at the State Capitol building in downtown Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

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The tourists approached with interest and engaged a group in small talk about the happenings of the activists gathering. The initial conversation soon gave way to a civil street debate. When the group determined that they disagreed with the tourists opinions, without hesitation the activists became intolerant and took on a very street savvy organized intimidation tactic using a large flag pole to physically threaten as well as using verbal aggression suggestive of theft and sexual harassment.

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🎥 Activist used flag pole as a weapon to threaten and intimidate civilian tourists

🎥 Multiple witnesses complained of being struck with flag

🎥 Aggressor demanded to take hat worn by tourist

🎥 Agitator yells raps repeating the word “bitch” into megaphone

Unfortunately for the City of Harrisburg, these aggressive activists have a negative impact on tourism in the Capital City.

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🎥 More footage coming soon

In response to this initial report Chris Siennick jokes: “It was so bad I thought the guy died at the end. BLM and ANTIFA are dangerous and they brainwash kids on the internets! Don’t let your kids watch!”

Justin Feagley later said: “I will say Chris Siennick was decent and civil during the interaction unlike some BLM people. Actually in all fairness most of the Antifa ppl I spoke with were nice and civil. Of course we VERY differ on political views and social issues, and a rally on court steps isn’t exactly the best environment to exchange ideas, but there was no violence. Just some friendly provocation. – oh and I couldn’t believe no one called me a nazi. that was a first haha”

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Activist who attempts to burn flag is shut down by York County, PA

Harrisburg, PA – Pennsylvanian liberal activist Gene Stilp is on a mission: Burn flags at American courthouses to gain attention for his racial activism.

The flag is a personal creation of Stilp. It appears to be a confederate flag on one side, and a Nazi flag on the other side.

Gettysburg Flag burning – Adams County Courthouse

Stilp has burned his flag at numerous county courthouses down the east coast and throughout Central Pennsylvania.

Until today.

Today, Stilp’s campaign was thwarted by York County Commissioners who threatened him with arrest should he attempt the publicity stunt.

Stilp’s request was rejected because he failed to seek permission 60 days in advance and did not provide the $100 fee with his application. Those are two basic requirements to get authorization for any type of demonstration on county property.

Stilp is confident that he is within his legal rights and believes the county will eventually be forced to grant his request.

Stilp was outraged by the confederate memorabilia that is being sold in the battlefield shops of Gettysburg.

The flag burning ceremony was meet by protesters in Gettysburg, PA.

Flag burning – Union County Courthouse

In wake of Charlottesville, Americans are boycotting these Soros owned companies

In the wake of the tragedy in Charlottesville, VA, Americans are seeking answers in regards to the source of funding for violent extremist political activity. The money trail continuously leads back to one primary source, who has a self-admitted agenda to leverage his assets against American interests.

COMPANIES OWNED BY GEORGE SOROS IN THE U.S. AND ABROAD

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Read this list carefully. Soros holds an interest in every one. Many are USA companies. 

  • MAP Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • Savient Pharmaceuticals Inc
  • Petroleo Brasileiro S.A.Petrobras
  • com Inc. ADS
  • NII Holdings Inc
  • China Mobile Ltd.
  • NAVIOS MARITIME PTN
  • FIRST SOLAR, INC.
  • Mechel OAO, Broadcom Corp.
  • ENERGYSOLUTIONS INC
  • MKT VCTR RUSSIA SBI
  • iShares MSCI Japan
  • United Therapeutics Corp.
  • BPZ RESOURCES, INC
  • Pall Corp.
  • United Parcel Service, Inc.
  • Western Digital Corp.
  • MasterCard Inc.
  • Net 1 UEPS Technologies Inc.
  • MSC Software Corp.
  • The GEO Group Inc.
  • Banro Corp.
  • Nalco Holding Company
  • Support.com Inc.
  • NCR Corp.
  • SOLARFUN POWER HOLDINGS CO. LTD.

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  • Convergys Corp.
  • CB Richard Ellis Group Inc.
  • LandAmerica Financial Group Inc.
  • Valassis Communications Inc.
  • Logitech International S.A.
  • InterDigital Inc.
  • FedEx Corp.
  • Shire plc
  • Nabors Industries Ltd.
  • ACI Worldwide Inc.
  • Pantry Inc.
  • ADC Telecommunications Inc.
  • MercadoLibre Inc.
  • Greenlight Capital Re Ltd.
  • Exelon Corp.
  • GemstarTV Guide International Inc.
  • WalMart Stores Inc.
  • Payless ShoeSource Inc.
  • HewlettPackard Company
  • CEC Entertainment Inc.
  • YINGLI GRN ENGY ADR, IAMGOLD Corp.
  • Idearc Inc.
  • FPL Group Inc.
  • Altria Group Inc.
  • Goldman Sachs Group Inc.
  • MeadWestvaco Corp.
  • Flextronics International Ltd.
  • The Walt Disney Company Disney
  • H. Robinson Worldwide Inc.
  • Comcast Corp.
  • Dominion Resources Inc.
  • Wells Fargo & Company
  • Expeditors International of Washington I
  • Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
  • UnitedHealth Group Inc.
  • The Bank of New York Mellon Corp.
  • PPL Corp.
  • Weyerhaeuser Company
  • Rockwood Holdings Inc.
  • RPM International Inc.
  • The Gap Inc.
  • S. Bancorp
  • Best Buy Co. Inc.
  • ASCENT SOLAR TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
  • PepsiCo Inc.
  • The Valspar Corp.
  • NVR Inc
  • The New York Times Company
  • Marvel Entertainment Inc.
  • Constellation Energy Group Inc.
  • INTELLON CORPORATION
  • Simon Property Group Inc.
  • Chemtura Corp.
  • Select Comfort Corp.
  • Entergy Corp.
  • EMC Corp.
  • Walgreen Company
  • Wendy’s International Inc.
  • OM Group Inc.
  • State Street Corp.
  • STEWART ENTERPRISES, INC.
  • Westlake Chemical Corp.
  • Worthington Industries Inc.
  • Questar Corp.
  • Quanex Corp.
  • Stillwater Mining Company
  • Sensient Technologies Corp.
  • The Boston Beer Company Inc.
  • Titan International Inc.
  • RockTenn Company
  • Universal American Financial Corp.
  • Scholastic Corp.
  • Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc.
  • Public Storage Inc.
  • Under Armour Inc.
  • TiVo Inc.
  • The Southern Company
  • ProLogis
  • Tech Data Corp.
  • Vornado Realty Trust
  • Abbott Laboratories
  • CalMaine Foods Inc.
  • Cabot Corp.
  • Community Health Systems Inc.
  • Cytec Industries Inc.
  • DIRECTV Group Inc.
  • Duke Energy Corp.
  • Brinker International Inc.
  • eHealth Inc.
  • Equity Residential
  • Entravision Communications Corp.
  • B. Fuller Company
  • General Growth Properties Inc
  • Cascade Corp.
  • Boston Properties Inc.
  • American Equity Investment Life Holding
  • AES Corp.
  • Aetna Inc.
  • Applied Materials Inc.
  • American Oriental Bioengineering Inc.
  • APP PHARMACEUTICALS INC
  • Arbitron Inc.
  • Arris Group Inc
  • Ashland Inc.
  • Allegheny Energy Inc.
  • Sotheby’s
  • Bemis Company Inc.
  • Corning Inc.
  • Getty Images Inc.
  • Lifeway Foods Inc.
  • ABITIBIBOWATER INC
  • Lowe’s Companies Inc.
  • Medarex Inc.
  • AMIS Holdings Inc.
  • Ladish Co. Inc.
  • Merck & Co. Inc.
  • Infinity Property and Casualty Corp.
  • Integrated Device Technology Inc.
  • Live Nation Inc.
  • HarteHanks Inc.
  • The McClatchy Company
  • LouisianaPacific Corp.
  • Host Hotels & Resorts Inc.
  • Minerals Technologies Inc.
  • HLTH Corp.
  • MasTec Inc.
  • Palm Inc.
  • Novell Inc.
  • Whole Foods Market Inc.
  • OPNEXT INC.
  • Micrel Inc.
  • LIMELIGHT NETWORKS
  • SPANSION INC.
  • SonicWALL Inc.
  • Secure Computing Corp.
  • Health Management Associates Inc.
  • Skyworks Solutions Inc.
  • Sybase Inc.
  • KEMET Corp.
  • CarMax Inc.
  • Compuware Corp.
  • RealNetworks Inc.
  • TriQuint Semiconductor Inc.
  • Google Inc.
  • Intel Corp.
  • Schlumberger Ltd.
  • Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corp.
  • QUALCOMM Inc.
  • Banco Ita Holding Financeira S.A.
  • Research in Motion Ltd.
  • CVS Caremark Corp.
  • Lockheed Martin Corp.
  • Honeywell International Inc.
  • Caterpillar Inc.
  • Emerson Electric Co.
  • Alcan Inc.
  • Colgate Palmolive Company
  • Unibanco Unio de Bancos Brasileiros S.A.
  • Deere & Company
  • General Dynamics Corp.
  • Union Pacific Corp.
  • Halliburton Company
  • ICICI Bank Ltd.
  • AT&T
  • Illinois Tool Works Inc.
  • Archer Daniels Midland Company
  • Raytheon Company
  • Goldcorp Inc.
  • Carnival Corp.
  • Alltel Corp.
  • Danaher Corp.
  • Harrah’s Entertainment Inc.
  • Philips LCD Co. Ltd.
  • Garmin Ltd.
  • Peabody Energy Corp.
  • Liberty Media Corp.
  • Capital Common Serie
  • Starbucks Corp.
  • Safeway Inc.
  • Wynn Resorts Ltd.
  • Marriott International Inc.
  • International Game Technology
  • Lyondell Chemical Company
  • CA Inc.
  • Coach Inc.
  • Macy’s Inc.
  • McDermott International Inc.
  • Fortune Brands Inc.
  • Rohm and Haas Company
  • Liberty Media Corp.
  • Interactive Common S, Autodesk Inc.
  • Quest Diagnostics Inc.
  • JC. Penney Company Inc.
  • Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc.
  • Bed Bath & Beyond Inc.
  • Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.
  • VF Corp., Nordstrom Inc.
  • Network Appliance Inc.
  • United Microelectronics Corp.
  • NAVTEQ Corp.
  • AutoZone Inc.
  • The SherwinWilliams Company
  • Mattel Inc.
  • Molson Coors Brewing Company
  • Abercrombie & Fitch Co.
  • Supervalu Inc.
  • SanDisk Corp.
  • Eastman Kodak Company
  • Level 3 Communications Inc.
  • Lam Research Corp.
  • Millennium Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • R. Horton Inc.
  • Tyson Foods Inc.
  • Sirius Satellite Radio Inc.
  • National Semiconductor Corp.
  • Invitrogen Corp.
  • Terra Industries Inc.
  • Wyndham Worldwide Corp.
  • Synovus Financial Corp.
  • The Stanley Works
  • ImClone Systems Inc.
  • DeVry Inc.
  • Silver Wheaton Corp.
  • Hasbro Inc.
  • Countrywide Financial Corp.
  • Bucyrus International Inc.
  • Quanta Services Inc.
  • Pulte Homes Inc.
  • Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc.
  • Service Corp. International
  • Broadridge Financial Solutions Inc.
  • GenProbe Inc.
  • Washington Group International
  • Perrigo Company
  • Pan American Silver Corp
  • FTI Consulting Inc.
  • DresserRand Group Inc.
  • Equinix Inc.
  • Landstar System Inc.
  • Omnicare Inc.
  • Kansas City Southern
  • Pharmion Corp.
  • BioRad Laboratories Inc
  • Strayer Education Inc.
  • AptarGroup Inc.
  • SnapOn Inc.
  • Fossil Inc.
  • Ciena Corp.
  • Aspen Insurance Holdings Ltd.
  • Lennox International Inc.
  • Boyd Gaming Corp.
  • sina.com
  • Valmont Industries Inc.
  • The Commerce Group Inc.
  • Silver Standard Resources Inc
  • OrientExpress Hotels Ltd.
  • StanCorp Financial Group Inc.
  • Woodward Governor Company
  • National Instruments Corp.
  • The Hanover Insurance Group Inc.
  • Century Aluminum Company
  • Walter Industries Inc.
  • Oakley Inc.
  • Watson Wyatt Worldwide Inc.
  • Waste Connections Inc.
  • AMERIGROUP Corp.
  • QLogic Corp.
  • Alexander & Baldwin Inc.
  • Hexcel Corp., Lear Corp.
  • Applebee’s International Inc.
  • Hercules Inc.
  • Fresh Del Monte Produce Inc.
  • TransDigm Group Inc.
  • Platinum Underwriters Holdings Ltd.
  • UTi Worldwide Inc.
  • The Toro Company
  • CLARCOR Inc.
  • Herman Miller Inc.
  • ProAssurance Corp.
  • Silgan Holdings Inc.
  • Thor Industries Inc.
  • Teledyne Technologies Inc.
  • WMS Industries Inc.
  • STERIS Corp.
  • Montpelier Re Holdings Ltd.
  • Acuity Brands Inc.
  • Varian Inc.
  • Owens & Minor Inc.
  • Brady Corp.
  • Zenith National Insurance Corp.
  • Life Time Fitness Inc.
  • Jack In The Box Inc.
  • Columbia Sportswear Company
  • IPC Holdings Ltd.
  • Mine Safety Appliances Company
  • WESCO International Inc.
  • Quest Software Inc.
  • Sirona Dental Systems Inc.
  • Delphi Financial Group Inc.
  • Actuant Corp.
  • Eagle Materials Inc.
  • Chattem Inc.
  • Assured Guaranty Ltd.
  • Granite Construction Inc.
  • TempurPedic International Inc.
  • Polaris Industries Inc.
  • Amkor Technology Inc.
  • HNI Corp.
  • TeleTech Holdings Inc.
  • National Financial Partners Corp.
  • Tootsie Roll Industries Inc.
  • Sunrise Senior Living Inc.
  • Sigma Designs Inc.
  • Hilb Rogal & Hobbs Company
  • Kaiser Aluminum Corp.
  • Universal Corp.
  • Ceradyne Inc.
  • Wolverine World Wide Inc.
  • Metal Management Inc.
  • Axcan Pharma Inc.
  • Ameristar Casinos Inc.
  • Zoltek Companies Inc.
  • West Pharmaceutical Services Inc.
  • Panera Bread Company
  • CNET Networks Inc.
  • NovaGold Resources Inc
  • Advanced Medical Optics Inc.
  • Iconix Brand Group Inc.
  • The Phoenix Companies Inc.
  • RARE Hospitality International Inc.
  • Hecla Mining Company
  • Performance Food Group Company
  • Vector Group Ltd.
  • Grey Wolf Inc
  • Valeant Pharmaceuticals International
  • Hain Celestial Group Inc.
  • inVentiv Health Inc.
  • MKS Instruments Inc.
  • Lancaster Colony Corp.,
  • United Natural Foods Inc.
  • Nu Skin Enterprises Inc.
  • Carter’s Inc.
  • Willbros Group Inc.
  • The Timberland Company
  • WinnDixie Stores Inc.
  • Orthofix International N.V.
  • Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc.
  • Aspreva Pharmaceuticals Corp.
  • Triarc Companies Inc.
  • Royal Gold Inc.
  • INVESTools Inc
  • Blue Nile Inc.
  • Perini Corp.
  • Brooks Automation Inc.
  • Ariba Inc.
  • American Superconductor Corp.
  • Arch Chemicals Inc.
  • Andersons Inc.
  • IHOP Corp.
  • IKON Office Solutions Inc.
  • United Industrial Corp.
  • Amsurg Corp.
  • AMCOL International Corp.
  • Permian Basin Royalty Trust
  • Warren Resources Inc.
  • TASER International Inc.
  • Corinthian Colleges Inc.
  • CKE Restaurants Inc.
  • PrePaid Legal Services Inc.
  • Invacare Corp.
  • Champion Enterprises Inc.
  • CONMED Corp.
  • Universal Forest Products Inc.
  • Sanderson Farms Inc.
  • Fronteer Development Group Inc
  • InnerWorkings Inc.
  • CIRCOR International Inc.
  • TreeHouse Foods Inc.
  • Par Pharmaceutical Companies Inc.
  • Coinmach Service Corp
  • Dynamic Materials Corp.
  • Deltic Timber Corp.
  • Rush Enterprises Inc.
  • Glatfelter
  • Calgon Carbon Corp.
  • Excel Maritime Carriers Ltd.
  • Exide Technologies New
  • CBIZ Inc.
  • Symmetry Medical Inc.
  • ViroPharma Inc.
  • Matria Healthcare Inc.
  • Steiner Leisure Ltd.
  • Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc.
  • Minefinders Corp Ltd
  • Gulfport Energy Corp.
  • PetroQuest Energy Inc.
  • PolyOne Corp.
  • Aftermarket Technology Corp
  • Brush Engineered Materials Inc.
  • Badger Meter Inc
  • Team Inc.
  • Viad Corp
  • Raven Industries Inc.
  • Parallel Petroleum Corp.
  • MedCath Corp.
  • Pioneer Drilling Company
  • Gentiva Health Services Inc.
  • Federal Signal Corp.
  • Tredegar Corp.
  • Vicor Corp.
  • Buckeye Technologies Inc.
  • Pike Electric Corp.
  • Powerwave Technologies Inc.
  • Jos A. Bank Clothiers Inc.
  • Superior Essex Inc
  • iRobot Corp.
  • American Science and Engineering Inc.
  • AngioDynamics Inc.
  • Columbus McKinnon Corp.
  • Superior Industries International Inc.
  • Shutterfly Inc.
  • S.V. Inc.
  • M. Castle & Co.
  • Headwaters Inc.
  • CRA International Inc.
  • Dollar Thrifty Automotive Group Inc.
  • Comfort Systems USA Inc.
  • Kenexa Corp.
  • FreightCar America Inc.
  • Buffalo Wild Wings Inc.
  • True Religion Apparel Inc.
  • The Lamson & Sessions Co.
  • Tecumseh Products Company
  • Cott Corp.
  • Assisted Living Concepts Inc.
  • Midwest Air Group Inc
  • Fuel Tech Inc.
  • Wausau Paper Corp.
  • Spartech Corp.
  • Beacon Roofing Supply Inc.
  • Axcelis Technologies Inc.
  • Sierra Wireless Inc.
  • Ennis Inc.
  • CDI Corp.
  • Cross Country Healthcare Inc.
  • AZZ Inc.
  • Universal Technical Institute Inc.
  • Gibraltar Industries Inc.
  • California Pizza Kitchen Inc.
  • Isle of Capri Casinos Inc.
  • Encore Wire Corp.
  • ARGON ST Inc.
  • Sun Hydraulics Corp.
  • Myers Industries Inc.
  • Flotek Industries Inc, Amerigon Inc.
  • Newpark Resources Inc.
  • Energy Partners Ltd.
  • Kforce Inc.
  • Harvest Natural Resources Inc.
  • American Railcar Industries Inc.
  • Ambassadors Group Inc.
  • Central Garden & Pet Company
  • Altra Holdings Inc.
  • Albany Molecular Research Inc. Spherion Corp.
  • First Consulting Group Inc.
  • Insituform Technologies Inc.
  • AmpcoPittsburgh Corp.
  • Bowne & Co. Inc.
  • Shuffle Master Inc.
  • Salix Pharmaceuticals Ltd.
  • Noven Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • Brigham Exploration Company
  • InfoSpace Inc.
  • Fleetwood Enterprises Inc.
  • LCAVision Inc.
  • 3D Systems Corp.
  • Baker Corp
  • American Woodmark Corp.
  • PetMed Express Inc.
  • The Greenbrier Companies Inc.
  • Retail Ventures Inc.
  • Spartan Motors Inc.
  • China Yuchai International Ltd.
  • Odyssey Healthcare Inc.
  • Builders FirstSource Inc.
  • Monaco Coach Corp.
  • Audible Inc.
  • Pinnacle Airlines Corp. (Delta, KLM, US Airways)
  • QLT Inc.
  • Wabash National Corp.
  • Maidenform Brands Inc.
  • Angiotech Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • LSI Industries Inc.
  • Big 5 Sporting Goods Corp.
  • Overstock com Inc.
  • VCG Holding Corp
  • North American Palladium Ltd
  • Rackable Systems Inc.
  • Odyssey Marine Exploration Inc.
  • Accuride Corp.
  • Celadon Group Inc.
  • Midas Inc.
  • Symyx Technologies Inc.
  • LECG Corp.
  • Commercial Vehicle Group Inc.
  • ABX Air Inc.
  • Neurocrine Biosciences Inc.
  • American Oil & Gas Inc
  • Georgia Gulf Corp.
  • TravelCenters of America LLC
  • On Assignment Inc.
  • Ruth’s Chris Steak House Inc.
  • Innovative Solutions and Support Inc.
  • Sturm Ruger & Company Inc.
  • Insteel Industries Inc.
  • NPS Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • Packeteer Inc.
  • Hudson Highland Group Inc.
  • S. Concrete Inc.
  • Standard Motor Products Inc.
  • Diamond Management & Technology Consulta
  • TLC Vision Corp.
  • Frontier Airlines Holdings Inc. (Known For Chemtrail Contracts)
  • Progressive Gaming International Corp.
  • Mesa Air Group Inc., Candela Corp.
  • LJ International Inc.
  • InFocus Corp.
  • Venoco Inc.
  • SunOpta Inc.
  • iShares
  • S&P Europe 350 Index Fund
  • US Gold Corp.
  • Dolan Media Company
  • US BioEnergy Corp.
  • WuXi PharmaTech Inc.
  • Clean Energy Fuels Corp.
  • iShares S&P Latin America 40 Index Fund
  • Euroseas Ltd.
  • Seabridge Gold Inc
  • Oilsands Quest Inc
  • Great Lakes Dredge & Dock Corp.
  • PharMerica Corp.
  • Haynes International Inc., Chart Industries Inc.
  • Northern Dynasty Minerals Ltd, Heelys Inc.
  • Aventine Renewable Energy Holdings Inc., Pool Corp.
  • PowerSecure International Inc.
  • Polypore International Inc.
  • Max Capital Group Ltd.

 

Alt-Right Executive Speaks Following His Arrest at Charlottesville, VA Monument Protest

Evan McLaren, a self-described member of the alt-right, and Executive Director of the National Policy Institute (NPI), speaks in a newly released video following his arrest in Charlottesville. 

Partnered with Richard Spencer who was a scheduled speaker at the event, Evan took part in what was initially intended to be a peaceful rally to unite the right, to promote historical preservation and freedom of speech. 

In a MOAB Radio facebook live broadcast, Evan McLaren called in and was interviewed by Host “Sarge” Robert Brandt, as well as guest co-Host Dave Martel. 

McLaren details his arrest after surrendering to and being run over by the riot police as his allies who resisted were forced into the crowd of violent activists. He also explained the mission of his organization and activities. 

Martel dives deeper in theories of Richard Spencer being a CIA operative and Evan reveals the past history of the non-profit NPI and its former “globalist agenda”. 

 

Protests planned at Gettysburg battlefield this weekend


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The Bloody Angle on the Union lines where Pickett’s Charge was repulsed on the third day of fighting on July 3, 1863. The angle in the stone wall is considered the high-water mark of the Confederacy.

Officials in Gettysburg are bracing for protests this weekend coinciding with the 154th anniversary of the Civil War battle.

The Sons of Confederate Veterans and  a group called Real 3% Risen have received special use permits for 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday in a special section north of Meade’s Headquarters.

“We make accommodations for people who want to exercise their First Amendment rights,” said Katie Lawhon, a spokeswoman for  Gettysburg National Military Park.

Officials also are aware of plans for other rallies that have been announced on social media but have not obtained permits, and there are unconfirmed reports that anarchists plan to burn Confederate flags during the anniversary of the battle.

Lawhon said the park is working with the U.S. Park Police, the Pennsylvania State Police, and local law enforcement to keep order during the weekend.

“Our goal is to ensure that public safety and visitor safety is number one and that park resources are preserved,” she said.

Besides the two permitted protests, Civil War reenactors from the Maryland Sons of Confederate Veterans also received a permit for a “site specific” march starting at 10 a.m. from the North Carolina Memorial to the Veterans Memorial, where they will hold a ceremony, Lawhon said. Another popular private reenactment festival is also scheduled about two miles from the park, she said.

Reports that the anti-fascist group Antifa plans to burn Confederate flags and desecrate graves have prompted calls on social media for other groups to gather in Gettysburg to counter those protesters.

The anniversary of the battle, which raged from July 1 to July 3, 1863, comes at a time when there is a growing movement to remove Confederate symbols from public spaces.

“There just seems to be a focus on that issue, when there has not been in the past,” Lawhon said.

There are no plans to change any of the 1,300 monuments on the park grounds, she said.

In St. Louis,  a controversial Confederate monument in a city park is set to be removed and placed in storage until it a permanent location can be found in a Civil War museum, battlefield, or cemetery.

In New Orleans, four confederate statues — of  Gens. Robert E. Lee and  P.G.T. Beauregard, of President Jefferson Davis, and one dedicated to those who opposed Reconstruction — were removed from public viewing.

In Orlando, a statue depicting “Johnny Reb” will be relocated from Lake Eola Park to a section of a local cemetery dedicated to Confederate veterans.

VIDEO: AntiFA Draw Confederate White Knights to Gettysburg, July 1st


With no permits to protest in Gettysburg, AntiFA threatens violence, flag burning and damage to graves on July 1st

The White Knights issued the following WWF style challenge to AntiFA, which has been called racially derogatory, outright offensive, with similar intolerance that is comparable with the tactics of the AntiFA thugs. 

*Warning – Explicit Content:

Update: It is believed that since the release of this video, AntiFA has backed off of their threats to show up in Gettysburg with no permit.  

AntiFA to Burn Flag and Desecrate Graves in Gettysburg

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Update: AntiFA forced to retreat as Patriots Secure Gettysburg and Restore American Spirit

“ANTIFA” are planning on holding a rally at Gettysburg National Battlefield on July 1st, asks it’s members to “Bring and Burn Confederate Flags”.

By: Amy Lynne Thomas – The Sunbury American and Northumberland County Journal

Over the past few weeks, several US cities have been a hotbed of controversy over the removal of several Confederate monuments. After decades standing sentinel over New Orleans, the last of four Confederate monuments have been removed after being labeled as “Monuments of Racism and Hate”. New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu said of the removal of his city’s monuments: “To literally put the Confederacy on a pedestal in our more prominent places—in honor—is an inaccurate recitation of our full past, is an affront to our present and it is a bad prescription for our future”. The next state to follow in the footsteps in the movement is Arizona, where leaders call for the swift removal of six Confederate monuments around the state.

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Most recently, “Antifa” protesters in Texas have demanded the removal of a 100-year-old statue and “any other landmark that bears the name of Sam Houston”. Houston, one of the founders of Texas, was a staunch Unionist and denounced the creation of the Confederacy. But Houston owned slaves, so he’s been added to the purge list, which now includes: Andrew Jackson, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and Woodrow Wilson, among many others.

Susan Platt, a candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Virginia, called for the Commonwealth to take down Confederate monuments and rename Confederate-themed highways and public buildings. In her political announcement, she states “I don’t believe it is right to celebrate an act of treason against the United States of America, a war that was waged for the purpose of maintaining slavery”.

In an online video,  Right Wing News stated that the “City of Baltimore wants to follow in New Orleans footsteps and remove several Confederate monuments”; including monuments to General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson and ones to soldiers, sailors, and women.

Many have asked, “How long til this moves North?” To answer that question, the statue of a former mayor, Orville Hubbard, was removed from the front of the old City Hall building in Dearborn, Michigan and spent 17 months in storage before being placed on the lawn of the Dearborn Historical Museum. Beyond his name and dates of service, the statue’s new site will not provide any information about Hubbard and his views that made Dearborn “a symbol of the deep-seated racism of the North,” the New York Times said in 1969.

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A local group of self-proclaimed anti-fascism activists called “ANTIFA” are planning on holding a rally at Gettysburg National Battlefield on July 1st in protest of President Trump and asks it’s members to “Bring and Burn Confederate Flags”. The reasoning behind why this group picked the date and location for their rally is for the importance Gettysburg played in the American Civil War. The Battle of Gettysburg started on July 1, 1863, when Lee’s Army of Northern Virginia met General George Meade’s Union Army of the Potomac. During the three-day battle, about 165,000 soldiers clashed in and around the small town of Gettysburg. When the Battle of Gettysburg was over on July 3, 1863, 51,000 soldiers were casualties (killed, wounded, captured or missing) in what remains the largest battle ever fought in North America. There are approximately 1,328 monuments, markers and memorials that stand in both the cemetery and battlefield to commemorate the Union and Confederate troops who fought there.

In removing any monument or marker of history, to what purpose does that serve? History in every corner of the world while oftentimes ugly and heinous, still serves a purpose. It is a remembrance to learning from our past and not condemning ourselves to repeat it. To some, it is a heritage that we tell future generations of who they are, where they come from and our American history is not a stumbling block but a stepping stone to a better future.

Update: The event link has recently been taken down: https://us.eventbu.com/gettysburg/burn-confederate-flag-to-trigger-trump-fans-day/229814

More perspectives on last years AntiFA Gettysburg protest:

http://www.eveningsun.com/story/news/local/gettysburg-area/2016/03/05/tensions-high-gettysburg-confederate-flag-rally/81310910/

https://centralpaantifascist.wordpress.com/2016/03/07/shut-down-confederate-flag-day-rally-reportback/

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State Police Horse Stabbed in Neck by AntiFA Militant

New: AntiFA to Burn Flag and Desecrate Graves in Gettysburg 

Update: The recent violent demonstrations by AntiFA have prompted the Harrisburg Police Department to request an additional $65,000 in riot gear.

On 6/10/17 11:32am, Harrisburg Police were assisting with the Act For America Rally on the Capital steps of N. 3rd & State Streets. During this Rally part of the protestors moved from the capital steps north bound on N. 3rd Street throughout the midtown area. Multiple mounted PSP Troopers and Harrisburg Police were assisting with moving a large crowd from blocking the 1200 BLK of N 6th Street towards the sidewalk.

A PSP Corporal and his partner, horse Sampson, were attempting to move the crowd when the defendant, Lisa Simon, used a flag pole with a silver nail at the top of the pole to strike horse Sampson in the side of the neck. Simon did this while obstructing the troopers from performing their duties to move the crowd onto the sidewalk.

Simon resisted Harrisburg Police officers from effecting a lawful arrest. Both the PSP Corporal and horse Sampson were able to continue working with minimal injury.

A warrant is being requested for the following charges: Aggravated Assault to Police, Taunting Police Animals, Prohibited Offensive Weapons, Obstruction to Law Enforcement Function, Resisting Arrest, and Disorderly Conduct


Case Number: 17-0610-033-001

Arrest Date: Saturday, June 10, 2017

Charges:

Aggravated Assault-Police

Police Animals-Taunt/Torment/Strike

Offensive Weapon

Obstruction Administrative Law

Resisting Arrest

Disorderly Conduct

Source: Harrisburg Bureau of Police

AntiFA Terrorizes Harrisburg, PA

Update: AntiFA Assaulted State Police Horse

AntiFA Antagonized the Police on 3rd Street, in Midtown Harrisburg:





AntiFA first spotted @ 3rd & Forester:


AntiFA Marched Towards the Capitol Steps:


AntiFA Made Noise @ 3rd & State Streets:

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AntiFA Antagonized the Police on 3rd Street, in Midtown Harrisburg:




AntiFA first spotted @ 3rd & Forester:



AntiFA Marched Towards the Capitol Steps:



AntiFA Made Noise @ 3rd & State Streets:


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