Tuesday, May 1, 2018

Silent Sam statue defaced with red ink and blood from protester

 Silent Sam.jpg

Via comment by Anonymous on Sarah Huckabee Sanders' Grace-Filled Response To N..."A link to a photo of a communist protest at 'Silent Sam' statue yesterday. In the photo there are two prominent
individuals: A black 'female' (communist) vandalizing 'Silent Sam' and a white male UNC-Chapel Hill police officer. Guess who the worthless F--- is."


Silent Sam, the Confederate monument at UNC-Chapel Hill, was doused with blood and red ink by a protester Monday, in a defiant act that was broadcast on Facebook Live.

In an email to the media, Maya Little took responsibility for defacing the statue, which has been at the center of intensifying protests during this academic year. Little said she has been an organizer for the Silent Sam Sit-In since September. The Move Silent Sam group identified her as a doctoral student in UNC's history department.

14 comments:

  1. I lived in chapel Hill for 2 years about 20 years ago. Yea, it was ultra Liberal, but this type criminal activity abetted by the tax-payer funded gestapo didn't happen then. I was sorry to leave some friends I'd made there but I saw the vile hatred simmering. I actually went to the campus parked on Franklin Street and bid a not so silent goodbye to Sam. Now I'd like to say another thing to the icon of Bravery and patriotism to a cause he believed in: "I'm sorry Sam for what these pathetic ignorant Democrat party plantation servants, both black and white, have done to you. You and your granite image deserve so much better."

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    1. "I'm sorry Sam for what these pathetic ignorant Democrat party plantation servants, both black and white, have done to you. You and your granite image deserve so much better."

      Thanks.

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  2. don't tell that defacing public property is protected speech

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  3. Why pray tell, isn't the law enforcement officer kicking the shit out this worthless Fxxxx!
    The whole thing is out of control, wonder how she got into the history department as doctoral student...more like a student of marxist,communist actions and thought.

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    1. wonder how she got into the history department as doctoral student.

      I'm sure we can guess.

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  4. What I don't understand is why the cop wasn't bouncing her face off off the base of the statue several times? What is going to happen is a fine reckoning...

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    1. The country where we grew up is no longer recognizable.

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    1. A picture is worth 1,000 words.

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    2. This is one of the few times I am all for a cop exerting suppression with extreme prejudice.

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  6. Even more interesting, he is holding
    what appears to be a standard drivers
    license and a passport.
    Obviously, a protestor presented that
    when the officer asked for identification.
    But who and why?

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    1. Good eyes. I searched for info on her but found nothing of interest.

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