Scarlet Thread Rainbow

The Black Panthers in Chicago formed the Rainbow Coalition with the Rednecks. Some of the Panthers wore cowboy hats. I suspect James Rosamond was a leader of the Peep O Day Boys who came to Canada and formed their own Orange Lodge they were not allowed to join in the Isles. Canada was founded by the Orange Lodge. Who are The Proud Boys?

John Presco

“(Reuters) – Thousands of supporters of the right-wing Proud Boys group were expected in Portland, Oregon on Saturday as police prepared for clashes in a city that has become the epicenter of sometimes deadly political violence in the run up to the Nov. 3 election.

Governor Kate Brown on Friday declared a weekend state of emergency for Oregon’s biggest city, saying “white supremacist groups” were traveling from out of state to attend an event the Proud Boys say was organized to “end domestic terrorism.”

Local and state leaders said in a letter to the community that many participants have openly discussed tactical operations and military-style formations and planned to cause chaos and violence while claiming to be acting in support of police.

“The event poses a physical danger to Portland residents, as clearly shown by the organizers’ long track record of assaults, confrontations, and threats against elected officials and the citizenry of Portland,” the letter said.

“We clearly state, once again, that law enforcement do not want or need any help from paramilitaries or vigilante groups.”

The Proud Boys is a far-right[4][5][6][7][8] and neo-fascist[9][10][11][12] organization that admits only men as members and promotes and engages in political violence.[2][13][14][15] It is based in the United States and has a presence in Australia, Canada and the United Kingdom.[16][17] The group was started as a joke in the far-right Taki’s Magazine[18] in 2016 by Vice Media co-founder and former commentator Gavin McInnes, taking its name from the song “Proud of Your Boy” from the Disney film Aladdin.[19][20] The Proud Boys emerged as part of the alt-right, but McInnes began distancing himself from the alt-right in early 2017, saying the alt-right’s focus is race while his focus is what he defines as “Western values”. This re-branding effort intensified after the Unite the Right Rally.[21][22]

The group believes men—especially white men—and Western culture are under siege; their views have elements of the white genocide conspiracy theory.[23][24][25] Officially, the group rejects white supremacy, although members have participated in multiple racist events and events centered around anti-left violence, with a former member organizing the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville.[26] The organization glorifies violence[27][28][29][30] and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has called it an “alt-right fight club”.[26][31][32]

In late November 2018, a news story which attracted national attention[33] reported that the FBI classified the Proud Boys as an extremist group with ties to white nationalism.[14] Two weeks later, an FBI official briefing Clark County, Washington, law enforcement officials on the group denied that it was their intent to classify the entire group in this manner and ascribed the mistake to a misunderstanding. During the briefing, FBI agents suggested the use of various websites for more information, including that of the SPLC.[33][34] The official said that their intent was to characterize the possible threat from certain members of the group.[35]

The Peep o’ Day Boys was an agrarian Protestant[1] association in 18th-century Ireland. Originally noted as being an agrarian society around 1779–80, from 1785 it became the Protestant component of the sectarian conflict that emerged in County Armagh, their rivals being the Catholic Defenders.[2][3] After the Battle of the Diamond in 1795, where an offshoot of the Peep o’ Day Boys known as the Orange Boys defeated a force of Defenders, the Orange Order was instituted, and whilst repudiating the activities of the Peep o’ Day Boys, they quickly superseded them.[3][4] The Orange Order would blame the Peep o’ Day Boys for “the Armagh outrages” that followed the battle.[5]

Origins and activities[edit]

Peep-of-Day Boys were active in Ballinlough, Co. Roscommon in 1777. They were led by a man called Keogh from Clonmell. They declared that they would proceed on the same principles as the White Boys swearing to pay no tythes etc. [6]

Orange Boys[edit]

In 1792 in Dyan, County Tyrone, just across the River Blackwater that separates it from County Armagh, James Wilson, Dan Winter James Sloan organised an offshoot of the Peep o’ Day Boys called the Orange Boys. They were so called after the Protestant King William of Orange, who had defeated his father in law James II at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. The News Letter in its 1 February 1793 edition reported that a meeting of the Orange Boys had been held on 22 January 1793 consisting of 138 members.

The Armagh outrages[edit]

The winter of 1795–6, immediately following the formation of the Orange Order, saw Protestants drive around 7,000 Catholics out of County Armagh.[5][7] In a sign that tension over the linen trade was still a burning issue, ‘Wreckers’ continued the Peep o’ Day Boys strategy of smashing looms and tearing webs in Catholic homes to eliminate competition.[5][7] This resulted in a reduction in the hotly competitive linen trade which had been in a brief slump.[7] A consequence of this scattering of highly-political Catholics, however, was a spread of Defenderism throughout Ireland.[7]

In the Irish House of Commons, 20 February 1796, Henry Grattan observed: “…that of these outrages he had received the most dreadful accounts. Their object was, the extermination of all the Catholics of that county”. He described it as “a persecution conceived in the bitterness of bigotry—carried on with the most ferocious barbarity by a banditti, who, being of the religion of the state, had committed, with greater audacity and confidence the most horrid murders, and had proceeded from robbery and massacre to extermination! They had repealed by their own authority all the laws lately passed in favour of the Catholics had established in the place of those laws the inquisition of a mob, resembling Lord George Gordon’s fanatics—equalling them in outrage, and surpassing them far in perseverance and success. These insurgents call themselves Orange Boys or Protestant Boys, that is, a banditti of murderers, committing massacre in the name of God, and exercising despotic power in the name of liberty.”[8]

The Orange Order repudiated the activities of the Peep o’ Day Boys,[3] and blamed them for what became known as “the Armagh outrages”.[5] Blacker, one of the very few landed gentry to join the farmer-weaver dominated Order at the onset, and later its first Grand Master of County Armagh, would suggest that no ‘wrecker’ or Peep o’ Day Boy was ever admitted into the Orange Institution.[9] R.H. Wallace states that the first Orangemen did not sympathise with the Peep-of-Day Boys or wreckers and never allowed them to join the Orange Institution.[10] Mervyn Jess, however, notes that some Peep o’ Day Boys might have “slipped through the net” but if so they found themselves in a vastly different organisation.[11] Some historians have attributed the outrages to the Order.[4][7]

It is possible that some members of the Orange Order were involved,[5] for in the immediate aftermath of the Battle of the Diamond, Blacker described his disapproval of the outcome of the battle: “Unhappily… A determination was expressed to driving from this quarter of the county the entire of its Roman Catholic population… A written notice was thrown into or posted upon the door of a house warning the inmates, in the words of Oliver Cromwell, to betake themselves ‘to Hell or Connaught'”.[5] [7]

Rosamond Press

On this day, September 24, 2020, I found the Religious Order of The Scarlet Thread Rainbow of The Holy Grail. I do so to bring under One Umbrella all which does not spring from St. Paul, the Catholic Church, the Evangelical Cult, and all Protestant and Presbyterians who want Donald Trump to be reelected.

Above are photographs of Real Rednecks who used guns on Catholics. My grandfather sits in his rocking chair reading from the Ozark Magazine he self published.  You don’t mess with the Rosamond Family. They like to win. One could say James Bond likes to win.

With the death of Justice Ginsberg’s all the alleged Christian religions are drawing a line in the dust, and aligning with a mortal man, the President of the United States. This makes Donald Trump THEIR CULT FIGURE who already is JUDGING who has God on their side, and who does…

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