Friday, November 11, 2016


     On July 7th of this year, a dozen Dallas police officers were ambushed and gunned down in cold blood by an Anarchist during a Soros-funded 'protest' staged by his thugs Black Lives Matter. Yesterday, Enrique Zamarippa, the father of slain policeman Patrick Zamarrippa, filed a $550 million wrongful-death lawsuit in US District Court in Dallas. The suit names George Soros; six top officials of Black Lives Matter; and Malik Zulu Shabazz, commandant of the New Black Panthers Party as defendants.

     "While defendant Black Lives Matter claims to combat anti-Black racism, the movement has in fact incited and committed further violence, severe bodily injury and death, against police officers of all races and ethnicities...Defendant Black Lives Matter is in fact a violent and revolutionist criminal gang." the suit alleges. The suit claims that the assassin, Micah Johnson, was acting as an agent under the direction of the defendants.

     Zamarippa's wife also heads a charitable foundation aiding police victims of racial terrorism.

      RT News reported on Monday that an unrelated lawsuit had also been filed in Baton Rouge by an unnamed police officer severely injured in last Summer's riots there. The Louisiana suit names Black Lives Matter and BLM leader DeRay McKesson as defendants. McKesson was among the violent thugs arrested at the protest. According to the lawsuit, McKesson was "in charge of the protest and seen and heard giving orders throughout the day. The protest quickly turned into a riot."

       It will be interesting to see whether or not the Courts grant any standing to these two cases. The Courts have typically held that there must be incontrovertible evidence that links speech violent speech to specific violent actions. The Baton Rouge case is probably the stronger of the two---unless the plaintiffs in the Dallas case have information not as of yet presented to us.

       However these cases are decided, they are again a reminder that with Rights come Responsibility. We think there is no doubt that Soros, McKesson, and the others are morally culpable, even if the Courts decide in their favor. This being the case, it is incumbent upon the rest of us to expose and denounce these demagogues and the international criminals who support them.

       This responsibility, too, is non-partisan. The extremist Right on talk-radio and the Internet who have been inciting violence and inflaming tensions are not immune either. When people like Red Pill Cult blogger Vox Day says things like this today, for example:

       "We have to band together, put on our armored battle-suits, and march in the name of our God-Emperor to eradicate every remnant of Social Justice Warriors who survive anywhere in the world with all the fanaticism of the Spanish Inquisition unrestrained by Pope, King, or Queen, and that is precisely what we will do. We are the vanguard now. We are the God-Emperor's shock troops. We are 'Les Deplorables and WE DON'T CARE."

       A fine representative of Western Civilization and Christian values: holding up villains like Torquemada and Robespierre as male role-models to follow! Vox and his deluded disciples might be in for a rude awakening if they seriously suppose that our 45th president, who is already calling for unity and a return to law and order, is going to welcome shock troops who imagine Trump a God-Emperor. American presidents are not Pharaohs; however much Vox and his foolish commenters would like them to be.

        Words like these may some day put writers like Vox Day in Soros' shoes, and when that happens, they will deserve it just as much Soros and McKesson---whose tactics and rhetoric they largely imitate. It will be their own fault, however much they try to play the Victim Card like the Left-Wing extremists do. They may ultimately be legally exonerated, but they'll be seen for what they are.




  1. Thank you for this. I really have a powerful aversion to those who sow seeds of chaos, regardless of their political leanings.

  2. Thanks. Yes, the First Amendment generally protects their kind of speech, but they are abusing that Right. We can also use our First Amendment protections to expose what they're doing. Like Bobby Kennedy it's less important that their views are extreme; it's their intolerance of others that makes them dangerous and divisive.