Thursday, July 31, 2014

"Anti-Racist" Terrorism Caught on Video:The Tinley Park Five

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  1. This is video, audio, and pictures from the ARA terrorist attack in Tinley Park. They stormed a restaurant and beat random people, including elderly, with bats and pipes. ARA is a loose network of violent left-wing gang members that receives support and encouragement from many mainline far-left groups like the SPLC.

    Even though SPLC spokeman Mark Potok told media that the ARA gang “did more harm than good,” the SPLC continues to promote the group and plug it’s website. The SPLC did a feature on one of the ARA chapters involved in the attack and romanticized their violence. In a bold font sub-headline, the SPLC called the group “A Constructive Force.”

    The SPLC also falsly claimed that members of the CofCC were among the victims of the attack. This claim was bizarre and disturbing. It suggested that staff members of the SPLC were fantasizing about and/or subtly encouraging left-wing gang members to attack CofCC members.

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  2. "A constructive force" my ass. We need to take up arms to defend ourselves against the Antichrist Jews and their minions.

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  3. I will have my concealed weapon permit in two months. :)

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  4. Remember, we all have a permit. It's called the Second Amendment.

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  5. Attacks such as this should come as no surprise to informed people who are aware of the absurd canard that leftists/communists are peaceful, loving and tolerant people. This is not the case, nor has it ever been. Although this foul ilk of sub-humanity likes to pass itself off as "anti-racists" who are concerned about the plight of "beleaguered," whitey-abused minorities, they are nothing more than bullies with batons, freakish cowardly circus clowns with their own dull axes to grind. While cloaking themselves in the self-righteous mantle of Warriors for a Noble Cause, they are actually nothing more than common violent street hoodlums. It is disturbing that the attorneys for the "Tinsley Five" defended their clients pro bono, but then... birds of a feather flock together.

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