Friday, September 13, 2013

A Despicable Act in the Guise of "Protest"

Once again, stupid, ignorant young whites who continue the age old practice of stuffing their collective feet in their progressive mouths have done it yet again.

Protesters at Vermont's Middlebury College, all too willing to exhibit their contrived phony shameful white guilt for acts committed centuries ago decided it was not right for the school to place an American Flag in the ground in honor of each 911 victim.

Apparently appalled that the school decided to "penetrate the earth on an Indian burial ground" these lunkheads starting removing the flags and placing them in garbage bags to protest American imperialism.

What a bunch of crap.

The issue that these idiots used as an excuse that the flags desecrated a burial ground is pure crap as there isn't any evidence that such a burial ground exists.

So much that a statement was released by Don Stevens, chief of the Nulhegan Abenaki Tribe:

“We didn't know anything about this and if we had we certainly wouldn't have sanctioned it,” Stevens said.

He said that Abenakis do not publicize the locations of their burial sites in order to protect them, and that he has no knowledge of any such sites on the Middlebury campus. Stevens said that even if the site of the memorial had been a burial site, the American flags placed in the earth would not have been a desecration.

“Our burial sites honor our warriors and their bravery,” Stevens said. “Putting flags in the earth to honor bravery would not be disrespectful.”

Chief Stevens served in the U.S. Army; his father fought in Korea and his son served in Iraq as a member of the National Guard.

Thank you, your father and your son for your service, Chief Stevens.

The self-loathing disrespectful morons who pulled this act inherently hate this country, patriotism and any form of religion chose to ironically dishonor those who were killed on 9/11 by "honoring" a religious tradition. People like this have no respect for tradition and traditional America.

Want proof?

Here are some quotes from one of the self righteous idiots who will not be named in this blog:

“I was confronted by a nationalistic-settler, a young white boy who attends the college demanding I relinquish the flags to him. I held my ground and confiscated them.”

“I wasn’t concerned for patriotism at the time. American flags have never made me jump for joy.”

Please, is there a country or a place that will take these people so they can just leave the rest of us alone?

In an article published in The Middlebury Campus, witnesses told the story:

The flags — meant to commemorate each of the 2,977 lives taken in the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks — have been posted in the grass between Mead Chapel and the Davis Family Library annually in a joint effort between the College Republicans and Democrats for nearly 10 years.

Ben Kinney ’15, president of the College Republicans, spent two hours putting the flags outside of Mead Chapel on Tuesday night, and happened to be walking up the hill towards the chapel when he saw four females and one male stuffing the miniature flags into black trash bags.

“I got there just as they were taking the very last of them out of the ground and putting them in piles,” he said. “At first, I the group was comprised of College Democrats helping put the flags away before the rain rolled in, but then I realized what they were doing.”

Kinney said the protestors told him they were “confiscating” the flags in protest of “America’s imperialism.”

If these geniuses went the correct route and found out if in fact the memorial was on sacred burial ground and then brought it to the attention of school administration, it would have served their purpose much more than this disgusting act.

But that would have been a smart move, likely something these creeps are incapable of. And as it turned out, they would have had no "ground" to stand on had they checked with someone like Chief Stevens.

But that would have robbed them from their cause of righting old wrongs and teaching all us "nationalistic settlers" a lesson.

This prompted Middlebury College President Ron Liebowitz to release this statement:

Statement from Middlebury President Ron Liebowitz
Sept. 12, 2013
To the Middlebury College Community,

Yesterday, on the 12th anniversary of the horrific attack on our nation on September 11, 2001, a group of Middlebury students commemorated the loss of nearly 3,000 lives by placing American flags in front of Mead Chapel as they have done a number of times in the past. Sadly, a handful of people, at least some of them from our campus community, this year chose to desecrate those flags and disrespect the memories of those who lost their lives by pulling the flags from the ground and stuffing them in garbage bags.

We live in an academic community that fosters and encourages debate and discussion of difficult issues.  It is also a community that requires of all a degree of respect and civility that was seriously undermined and compromised by this selfish act of protest.

Like many of you, I was deeply disturbed by the insensitivity of this act.  Destruction of property and interfering with the rights of others to express themselves violates the standards of our community. The College has begun a disciplinary investigation of this incident.

There is always something to learn from differences of opinion.  In this case, the disrespectful methods of the protesters overshadowed anything that might have been learned from the convictions they claimed to promote.  We will not tolerate this kind of behavior.

Ron Liebowitz

The entire issue was eloquently summarized by Mr. Kinney:

“You can’t say that one death is more legitimate to commemorate than another.”

Here's some advice to the morons who did this:

Before you go off on one of your self righteous acts in the grand old tradition of civil disobedience to disrespect all of us who honor and respect our ancestors and those who gave their lives to protect your freedoms; get your facts straight. You were dead wrong about sacred burial ground and those who you thought you were righting a wrong would have sanctioned the flags to be placed in the spot where the memorial was located.

You're also dead wrong about climate change, socialism and religion.

Keep it up you're making moderates sit up and take notice what complete utter fools you all are.

Maybe these protesters can get together with noted fake Indian Elizabeth Warren and chase more strawmen in the guise of hating the country that protects their rights to make idiots of themselves.

The whole progressive righteous indignation act on behalf of "the oppressed" is really, really tired.

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