Alley Valkyrie has taken her devilish brand of Anarchism to France where her ilk are rioting in the streets of Paris. Councilperson, Emily Semple, needs to be investigated about her connections to International Anarchists, and her Anti-American, and Anti-Capitalism, leaning. Is she still a member of OCCUPY? In recent decisions, Semple wants her Homeless Occupy Tribe to be more visible, and forever in the public eye. This conflicts with the Capitalist Merchants of downtown Eugene, who are being punished, and hindered from making money. Semple ignores solutions for homeless individuals, in favor of world solutions. Are we looking at a international conspiracy?
When you listen to Alley Valkyries broadcast, you hear a woman who owns a bloodlust. Alley compares these demonstrations to World War One action. Eugene is used as a comparison. People become homeless during times of war. You can find youtube videos of Alley’s eyes dilating in her zeal and need to defeat people, to defeat her perceived enemies. Listen to her squeals of joy at being a troublemaker. I for one don’t want her to help anyone, or save anything. She does not get my vote – if there was one! This is a Female Dictator, who wants to hurt people. Her Warlock friends charge money to teach vengeful people how curse their enemies. The Nazis were into the occult.
I demand that the Mayor and City Council condemn the threatening tactics employed by SLEEPS, OCCUPY, and other homeless advocates, along with their attorneys who wrongly categorized homeless people as a Group. Any sane person who has read Valkyries threats and slander know she is going after my blog – and all BAD PRESS COVERAGE! She is going after a Group!
Now that Valkyrie has made it clear ‘The Homeless’ can be used as ‘Political Ideological Tool’, I suggest the legal rights that radical attorneys have procured for the homeless tribe, is detrimental in solving INDIVIDUAL cases of homelessness. Personal Liberties and Rights are made an orphan. Stick with The Mob. Worship the Leader, is the order of the day.
In the video below, Alley’s cat tries to get away from this witch who is employing a innocent animal to spread her demented messages. This is Political Animal Abuse! This is…………Wednesday! All she has to do is point you out to one of her psychotic homeless Egors, and – you are a dead man!
I suspect Belle Burch went into hiding after she refused to file the fake abuser report that Alley made. How many people – are afraid of Alley? Squirrel is reacting to the dark energy coming out the tip of Valkyrie’s finger. His eye is in pain. He becomes violent.
I talked to two chronically homeless men who are not happy with what OCCUPY did to them, and other homeless INDIVIDUALS. They, and SLEEPS, advocates invented The Homeless Group so their attorneys can have Their Legal Way with them. Nothing has changed – for the better! All the problems still remain. Real Groups arrive at Real Solutions. This is what keeps all groups going. Here is proof the individual homeless person was WEAPONIZED!
Here is Ms. Valkyries real threat she made when I exposed a 24 year old woman she got arrested with – along with ten others! They raided the City Manager’s office because he closed down their homeless camp. A threat, is a threat, is a threat! Alley could care less about Belle, because she is a Soldier in Alley’s Army!. Valkyrie demands respect. I suspect she came from a wealthy family, and thus she changed her last name.
“I’m going to make this very simple for you. I don’t know if you know who I am, but I sure as hell know who you are, and when you fuck with my friends, you fuck with me. Stop writing about Belle or I am going to make your life very difficult. I mean it. If I see one more word about her on your blog, your FB, or anywhere else, I will make sure that you experience all the fear and discomfort that she is experiencing right now. And no, this isn’t a physical threat, so don’t try to play victim. Frankly, I encourage you to contact EPD, as they already know all about you. I will not do anything illegal, but mark my word you will regret it if you write one more word about her. I will make sure that the entire community knows exactly how much of a sick fuck you are. Your picture, your name, and “samples” of your writing will be posted on every bulletin board in town. There will not be a single person in the Eugene/Springfield area who won’t know that you’re a sick stalker who won’t leave a stalker who won’t leave a young girl alone. Cut it out. Now. This is your first, last, and only warning.”
These real “threats” are disguised as protecting a woman who slept in a tent downtown, and went bar-hopping. Six mutual friends? Consider the Gang who greeted Khashoggi. Alley says she is going to make six of her friends aware of me. Are they homeless?
“Please, go ahead and blog my threat.
You have no fucking idea what you’re getting yourself into
You also have no idea how many people are already on to you, and how many people have my back. We also have six other mutual friends who are going to learn about your behavior ASAP
And just so you know as well: if you write anything about me that could be construed as defamatory, you will be hearing from my lawyers ASAP.”
a statement of an intention to inflict pain, injury, damage, or other hostile action on someone in retribution for something done or not done.
|synonyms:||threatening remark, warning, ultimatum
“Maggie ignored his threats”
The President and his base have labeled The Press the enemy of the people. The Press have long been recognized as a Legitimate International Group.
“The Senate cast two historic votes Thursday to end U.S. participation in the Saudi-led war effort in Yemen and condemn the Saudi crown prince as responsible for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, delivering clear political rebukes of President Trump’s continued embrace of the kingdom.”
Unless Semple contacts Alley Valkyrie, and has her remove that fake abuser report, I will be contacting an attorney. I sent this message to Eric Jackson:
President: Royal Rosamond Press ‘A Newspaper for the Arts’
Eric….Allow Alley Valkyrie to introduce me in her evil and slanderous wanted poster. She depicts me as a predator that stalks “young women” at activist gatherings. I just read an article where you ask the City Council to send someone to talk to you, and your extended family tribe. Because a neighbor used the fake poster against me, I am now going to launch a campaign to inform Downtown Merchants and Artists, to oppose you and the SAME tribe that has been running a racket. I highly suggest you get Alley Valkyrie to remove this slander, so real talks can begin. I will be the voice of the citizens who have homes.
Alley Valkyrie breaks down the current situation in Notre-Dame-des-Landes at the ZAD (French: zone à défendre; English: zone to defend) in rural western France. What originally began as the defense and occupation of a large patch of relatively undisturbed land from a state-sanctioned developmental project to build a massive international airport, has over time become become a place, by its occupants, to experiment with living communally, non-hierarchically, and outside the socio-economic logic of capitalism (to a degree) that pervades the dominate culture and society.
While the decision to build the airport has been recently rescinded by the French State under President Emmanuel Macron, the ZAD has, in recent weeks, been under daily assault by thousands of riot police, in an attempt of force the occupants off the land, and ultimately demolish what has been built there. Alley Valkyrie brings us all up to speed on the details of what is happening there objectively, as well in her subjective experience visiting and volunteering at the ZAD.
Alley Valkyrie is an activist, political theorist, and co-founder and contributor at Gods&Radicals.org
Podcast website: www.lastborninthewilderness.com
In an ongoing week-long incident in April 2018 more than 2,500 riot police were deployed to remove the occupants of the fields in Notre-Dame-des-Landes that have been described as an anarchist utopia.
As in previous days, officers clashed with activists trying to maintain a camp that sprang up almost a decade ago and which they have named a Zone à Défendre (ZAD), or defence zone. 
Riot police officers used grenades which hurt both inhabitants and journalists. Riot police officers came under a hail of stones and other projectiles and one was taken to hospital with wounds after being hit by a homemade explosive device. Journalists were prevented from filming the incidents by riot police.
Prime Minister Edouard Philippe told environmentalists and activists squatting on the site of the proposed new development in the village of Notre-Dame-Des-Landes, near Nantes, to leave before Spring or face expulsion.
Hundreds of riot police moved into the area to ensure public order amid fears militants might flock to the area to reinforce numbers. Many protesters have barricaded themselves in.
“The Notre-Dame-des-Landes airport will be abandoned,” Philippe said. “This is the logical decision given the dead-end in which this project has found itself.”
I never bought into American ideology, even as a small child. I was that kid that was given detention in the fifth grade for refusing to stand for the Pledge of Allegiance. I was also the teenager who was given detention in the ninth grade for standing up in history class and referring to Christopher Columbus as a “genocidal ass.” I read Howard Zinn around that time, had pen-pals from France and Germany, and by the time I left high school I was pretty convinced that the whole “America is the greatest country on Earth” mentality was a load of crap.
Moving to New York after high school and befriending many Europeans only cemented that determination for me. When I was in my early twenties, a girl my age from France became my housemate for six months while interning at a radio station in Manhattan. My friends and I took her to our favorite restaurants, bought the food we cooked from the local farmers’ markets, showed her what in our opinion was the best of the best that NYC had to offer. And so I was rather shocked one day a few months into her visit when she mentioned how surprised she was at how awful the produce was.
Here in France, I am more aware than ever of the level to which I’m still deprogramming myself from the ideas of American exceptionalism, and that process, combined with the day in and day out exposure I have to French culture, has made me more critical of the insidious nature of American exceptionalism as well as the flaws and pitfalls of the American way of life compared to everyday life in Europe.
Alley Valkyrie is an writer, artist, and spirit worker currently living in Rennes, France. She is one of the co-founders of Gods&Radicals and has been interacting with a wide assortment of both gods and radicals for nearly twenty years now. When she’s not talking to rivers and cats or ranting about capitalism
The Senate cast two historic votes Thursday to end U.S. participation in the Saudi-led war effort in Yemen and condemn the Saudi crown prince as responsible for the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, delivering clear political rebukes of President Trump’s continued embrace of the kingdom.
The unanimous vote to hold Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman responsible for Khashoggi’s murder reflects the extent to which senators of both parties have grown tired of Trump’s continued defense of Mohammed’s denials. It also puts significant pressure on leaders in the House — where the president’s Saudi policy is a much more partisan issue — to allow members to cast a similar vote condemning the crown prince before the end of the year.
Regardless, the two Senate votes Thursday set the stage for broader strategic debates about Saudi policy when Congress regroups next year.
Just before the Senate voted to condemn Mohammed over Khashoggi’s murder, senators voted 56-to-41 vote to end U.S. participation in the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen by invoking the War Powers Resolution — the first time a chamber of Congress has ever done so.
More importantly, the 56-vote majority — a figure that includes seven Republicans — suggests that Saudi critics will still have a majority next year to challenge Trump on Saudi policy. Both Republicans and Democrats have said they plan to pursue sanctions against Saudi officials involved in Khashoggi’s murder, to stop the transfer of nondefensive weapons until Saudi forces withdraw from Yemen, and other measures to restrain a crown prince whom many lawmakers see as out of control.
“Today we tell the despotic regime in Saudi Arabia that we will not be part of their military adventurism,” said Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), who co-sponsored the Yemen resolution with Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah). “Today, for the first time, we are going to go forward . . . and tell the president of the United States, and any president … that the constitutional responsibility of making war rests in the United States Congress, not the White House.”
The votes came just hours after Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Jim Mattis briefed House lawmakers behind closed doors — a meeting from which Republicans and Democrats emergedurging very different responses to Saudi Arabia and its crown prince.
A recent CIA assessment found Mohammed was probably responsible for the killing of Khashoggi, a Washington Post contributing columnist, in a Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Oct. 2.
“They have to be held responsible,” Rep. Eliot L. Engel (D-N.Y.), the incoming chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, said after the briefing, referring to Mohammed and Saudi King Salman.
But there remain Republicans in the House who defend the crown prince — and those who think that even if he should be called out for his involvement in Khashoggi’s death, the punishment should stop there.
“We recognize killing journalists is absolutely evil and despicable, but to completely realign our interests in the Middle East as a result of this, when for instance the Russians kill journalists . . . Turkey imprisons journalists?” Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) said. “It’s not a sinless world out there.”
That stands in sharp contrast to the Senate, where several Republicans have been encouraging a broad response to Saudi Arabia over not just Khashoggi’s killing and the Yemen war, but the Kingdom’s blockade in Qatar, its recent detainment of Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, and a slate of human rights abuses they say have compromised the U.S.-Saudi alliance.
Trump has refused to condemn Mohammed for the killing of Khashoggi, a Saudi national. Pompeo has echoed Trump’s stance in public interviews, and behind closed doors as well, lawmakers said.
“All we heard today was more disgraceful ducking and dodging by the secretary,” said Rep. Lloyd Doggett (D-Tex.), who supports bringing up a War Powers resolution in the House to cut off U.S. support for the Saudis’ Yemen war effort. On Wednesday, the House narrowly voted to block rank-and-file members from demanding a floor vote on any such Yemen resolution, after leaders slipped in a rule change to do so into an unrelated agricultural bill.
House leaders also met with CIA director Gina Haspel on Wednesday to hear the details of Khashoggi’s slaying. But they emerged offering few details about the briefing — or about what step House Democrats would take, once they assume the majority in January, to pursue more punitive measures against Saudi Arabia, beyond holding hearings.
In the Senate, meanwhile, both Republican and Democratic lawmakers are making plans to capitalize on the Yemen resolution vote with further measures next year — including sanctions on Mohammed and the other Saudis implicated in Khashoggi’s killing, and an order to halt all nondefensive weapons transfers to Saudi Arabia until hostilities in Yemen cease.
“The current relationship with Saudi Arabia is not working for America,” Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) said Wednesday, in comments to reporters about what next steps senators planned to take to address Saudi policy. “I’m never going to let this go until things change in Saudi Arabia.”