This bog has been on the case of the Nazi Confederates of the Radical Evangelical heresy for over ten years. My daughter, Heather. bonds with these dumb bruisers. Did you see that giant Nordic dude walking around egging his men on? What a moron! They got artists making fake shields and flags. I will try to find out more about them.
The Sons of Confederate Veterans under Denne Sweeney claim they are only recreating their beloved history, and are not Traitors reborn. Well, if this is true, then I highly suggest you get out of Fremont’s Republican Party, and become Democrats – again! Three years ago I registered as a Republican Prophet, who clearly saw your true motives, and drove Fremont’s flags into the heart of your Dragon! Get out!
Jon the Nazarite
The accused driver, James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio, had espoused extremist ideals at least since high school, according to Derek Weimer, a history teacher.
Weimer said that he taught Fields during his junior and senior years at Randall K. Cooper High School in Kentucky. In a class called “America’s Modern Wars,” Weimer said that Fields wrote a deeply researched paper about the Nazi military during World War II.
“It was obvious that he had this fascination with Nazism and a big idolatry of Adolf Hitler,” Weimer said. “He had white supremacist views. He really believed in that stuff.”
Weimer said that Fields’s research project into the Nazi military was well written but appeared to be a “big lovefest for the German military and the Waffen-SS.”
As a teacher, Weimer said, he highlighted historical facts, not just opinion, in an unsuccessful attempt to steer Fields away from his infatuation with them.
“When you’re a teacher and you see one of your former students do this, it’s a nightmare scenario,” Weimer said. “This was something that was growing in him. I admit I failed. I tried my best. But this is definitely a teachable moment and something we need to be vigilant about because this stuff is tearing up our country.”
Video recorded at the scene of the crash captured a horrifying scene. A sedan and a minivan had rolled to a stop in a road packed with activists opposed to the white nationalists, who had come to town bearing Confederate flags and hurling racist, homophobic and anti-Semitic epithets. Then, suddenly, police said, Fields’s 2010 Dodge Challenger smashed into the back of the sedan, shoving tons of metal into the crowd as bodies were launched through the air. The Dodge then reversed at high speed, hitting yet more people.
Fields was arrested and charged with one count of second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, and one count of hit-and-run attended failure to stop with injury, police said. He is being held without bail and is scheduled to be arraigned Monday, Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail Superintendent Martin Kumer said.
Brian Moran, Virginia secretary of public safety, said this of Fields: “He was a terrorist to do what he did.”
The FBI field office in Richmond and the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Western District of Virginia said late Saturday that they have opened a civil rights investigation into the deadly car crash.
“The violence and deaths in Charlottesville strike at the heart of American law and justice,” U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in a statement. “When such actions arise from racial bigotry and hatred, they betray our core values and cannot be tolerated.”
Records show Fields last lived in Maumee, Ohio, about 15 miles southwest of Toledo.
His father was killed by a drunk driver a few months before the boy’s birth, according to an uncle who spoke on the condition of anonymity. Fields’s dad left him money that the uncle kept in a trust until Fields reached adulthood.
“When he turned 18, he demanded his money, and that was the last I had any contact with him,” the uncle said.
Fields, he said, grew up mostly in Northern Kentucky, where he’d been raised by a single mother who was a paraplegic. The uncle, who saw Fields mostly at family gatherings, described his nephew as “not really friendly, more subdued.”
“The what-ifs,” the uncle said. “What could’ve been — you can’t answer questions like that. There’s no way of knowing if his life would have been different if his father had been around.”
My kinfolk, John Fremont, secured California from Spanish Empire, and is responsible for the Bear Flag that has been desecrated by neo-Confederate Traitors who took over the SCV from my kin, Alexander Hodges. Five members of the Hodge family fought under Captain Samuel Rosamond in the Revolutionary War. I have yet to study their traitorous role in the Civil War – that cost the America tax payer millions!Fremont was nominated by the Radical Republicans to run for President, and was the first candidate for the Republican Party he co-founded. My Benton kindred are in Breckenridge-Preston genealogy with many real famous Confederates, who aimed real heavy weapons at fellow Americans, and took their lives. The moron with the two guns on his hips, claims it is time to shoot Yankees. I say, it’s time to take your filthy symbol off Fremont’s flag – and grow up! You lost the war! Get over it! Jesus hates slave masters!
Charge to the Sons of Confederate Veterans
“To you, Sons of Confederate Veterans, we will commit the vindication of the cause for which we fought. To your strength will be given the defense of the Confederate soldier’s good name, the guardianship of his history. the emulation of his virtues, the perpetuation of those principles which he loved and which you love also, and those ideals which made him glorious and which you also cherish”
Lt. General Stephen Dill Lee, Commander General
United Confederate Veterans
New Orleans, Louisiana
April 25, 1906
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