Ed Ray has opened the proverbial Can of Worms. Our lawmakers go hide in Idaho. Here come the Three Percenters! How do they feel about Robert E. Lee and his statues – that are works of art?
The Art Gods have been awoken! Below is a hand-carved grave marker for the son of a Patriot. This is my Badge. Royal Rosamond Press is named after this family that were too poor to buy tombstones. Being kin to Robert E. Lee is a Pass. Freedom of the Press should matter to the Three Percenters. If not – get out of Dodge!
These Militias are all for Family Values and Family Traditions. They don’t got my family tree. How much more permission do I own……………for going bad? If I became one of them, then I would not be alone. I would have an extended family – and legal representation?
I think I got the plot for my series. An old liberal hippie is ravaged by his family and the art world. He loses his daughter and grandson. He puts on his red, white, and blue war paint. Some see him as the embodiment of Hitler, the frustrated artist.
It’s time to send this blog out to Netflix, HBO, Showtime, Disney!
John Rougemont is back to his old gig, playing Santa at the mall, when a young woman is now at the front of the line. You get big greedy girls like this. Getting comfy, John askes her what she wants for Christmas?
“You never had a father?”
“Yes, but he left my mother as soon as he learned she was pregnant. He is a bad man!”
“How do you know that?”
“I’m sitting on his lap…… and I can feel his stiffy!”
John Rougemont had a colored past. He helped Owsley and the Brotherhood of Eternal Love manufacture and distribute LSD. John had a Sandoz connection in Switzerland where he procured the needed chemicals. His people are from Rougemont, considered the birthplace of Saint Nick. John fled there with Thomas Pynchon’s wife when the heat got bad. Tim Scully was busted. Vineland is not fiction.
At his appartment, John asks his daughter what she wants.
“I want you to make another batch of Aryan Acid. I had my DNA tested, and according to my people, I’ve got the whitest, most Aryan blood they have ever seen. As you know, my mother descends from Eric the Red. As for you, it looks like you are The Source of White.”
“Look Renabelle. I am not going to rehash that old pipedream. It can only lead to trouble. The Heaven’s Gate people got a hold of Acid-A, and they killed themselves! Who are your people?”
“The Triple AAA!”
“Ah – Jeez! Aryan Adolph’s For Anarchy?”
“Yes! You are the Chosen One. At this time, you are the Whitest Man on the planet. Our genes have been traced the Saint Nicholas de Rougemont. I have been sent to beg you to be our Egregore!”
“Lord! I thought my last daughter who appear out of the blue, was bad. But, you are really bad! I promised your mother I would do anything for you – if you show up! She wrote me after your were born. What’s an egregore? Have you killed your three with Woden’s Axe?”
Adolf (Ger.: AH-dolf, Engl.: AY-dolf) is a Germanic name consisting of “Adal” (noble) and “Wolf” (wolf), so the meaning is “Noble Wolf”.
“It may not have been a recruitment meeting, but they still managed to recruit somewhere between seven and 20 followers from Waldport, all of whom immediately got rid of their belongings, severed all ties with family and friends, and left town. Their sudden disappearances led to concern both locally and across the U.S., after national news outlets picked up the story.”
The cult was led by Marshall Applewhite, a music professor who, after surviving a near-death experience in 1972, was recruited into the cult by one of his nurses, Bonnie Lu Nettles. In 1975, Applewhite and Nettles persuaded a group of 20 people from Oregon to abandon their families and possessions and move to eastern Colorado, where they promised that an extraterrestrial spacecraft would take them to the “kingdom of heaven.” Nettles, who called herself “Ti,” and Applewhite, who took the name of “Do,” explained that human bodies were merely containers that could be abandoned in favor of a higher physical existence. As the spacecraft never arrived, membership in Heaven’s Gate diminished, and in 1985 Bonnie Lu Nettles, Applewhite’s “sexless partner,” died.
When Nazi marchers came straight down Market Street face-to-face with counter-protesters, members of the Three Percenters militia knew it would be no picnic in the park.
“We knew where the entrance would be [in the back of the park],” said C.J. Ross, of Amherst, a Three Percenter. “It was clear they came to fight.”
Of many iconic photographs to come out of the Aug. 12 rally of Nazi and white supremacist organizations at Emancipation Park were photos of a line of militia members in military outfits armed with semi-automatic weapons.
In fact, there were two groups of ideologically opposite and armed militia in Charlottesville for the rally. And, while the rally erupted into physical violence, no shots were fired.
Instead, members of the Three Percenters and the Redneck Revolt, a left-leaning militia, said they attempted to thwart fights and provide emergency medical care.
“Probably 80 percent of our members served in Afghanistan or Iraq, so [the violence] wasn’t that big of a deal to them. They know how to handle situations,” Ross said. “Most organizations like us [and the Revolt] train on a regular basis, so it’s no surprise that no shots were fired. We disagree politically [with the Redneck Revolt], but they’re good people.”
Three Percenters are an American patriot movement composed of former military personnel and others pledging to protect citizens and the Constitution. The group takes its name from the 3 percent of Colonists who opposed King George and fought in the American Revolution.
Members of the Redneck Revolt, an organization opposing white supremacy and exploitation of the working class, provided security at Justice Park, from which counter-protesters marched to Emancipation Park.