For Those BSing That They Attended Trump's Insurrection Upon The USA At Our Capitol Yet "Didn't Know": Sun Tzu's Banners & Flags

  • theantitrump

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    Jan 12, 2021 4:03 PM GMT


    I DIDN'T KNOW
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    HOW COULD I POSSIBLY HAVE KNOWN; I'M COMPLETELY INNOCENT IN THIS

    "on the field of battle, the spoken word
    does not carry far enough; hence the
    institution of gongs and drums. nor
    can ordinary objects be seen clearly
    enough; hence the institution of banners
    and flags." ~~ sun tzu, circa 500 b.c.e.
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    RealJock will cooperate with FBI + DOJ regarding armed protests
  • theantitrump

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    Jan 13, 2021 1:41 AM GMT
    NEDC12 saidRealJock will cooperate with FBI + DOJ regarding armed protests


    Remember how we were okay with outing hypocritical lawmakers who'd vote against our gay rights but then go suck cock at Reagan International on their way home from Congress, well, it seems at least as moral to report insurrectionists nursing their privilege of free speech on a forum while mounting a coup against the very democracy providing such rights.

    https://www.cnn.com/2021/01/09/us/capitol-hill-insurrection-extremist-flags-soh/index.html

    ...the extremist symbols and groups at the Capitol Hill insurrection

    Flags, signs and symbols of racist, white supremacist and extremist groups were displayed along with Trump 2020 banners and American flags at Wednesday's riot at the US Capitol.

    The pictures tell part of the story of the beliefs of some of those who chose to show up on that day
    ...

    ... The certification of the election results proved to be exactly the type of event that brought together various groups and could have led to radical ideas being shared, they say. The initial event, which was heavily promoted and encouraged by President Trump, gave all of these groups something to rally around.

    ... "This was an event designed to oppose the results of a free and fair democratic election and the transition of power that would naturally follow," Mark Pitcavage, a historian and expert in extremism with the Anti-Defamation League said.
    CNN spoke with him to identify the symbols and understand the chilling messages of tyranny, white supremacy, anarchy, racism, anti-Semitism and hatred they portray.

    While a noose on its own is often used as a form of racial intimidation, Pitcavage says he believes in this context the gallows were to suggest punishment for committing treason. "It is suggesting that representatives and senators who vote to certify the election results, and possibly Vice President Pence, are committing treason and should be tried and hanged," he explains.

    That treason rhetoric was seen on right-wing message boards in days leading up to the event.

    ... the calls for overthrowing the government and for a civil or race war have long been rallying cries in far-right circles.

    The shirts worn by these men on the Capitol grounds on Wednesday show there was at least an intention to commemorate the day. They wore pre-printed shirts, referencing Trump's signature Make America Great Again slogan, alongside the words Civil war and the date of the event that turned into insurrection.

    Many commenters in far-right forums have written since the attack, that this is just the beginning of that civil war that many of them have long desired.
  • creature

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    Jan 13, 2021 3:51 AM GMT
    CuriousJockAZ claimed he saw "colorful flags."