On Thursday, August 14, 2014, a rally was held in Durham, NC concerning the Michael Brown Shooting in Ferguson, Mo. Our liberal Media was all over it. They are reporting the ‘DIVERSITY’ of the crowd and all sorts of “Feel Good” & “Kumbayah” moments.
I will now provide my readers SD2010’s “The Rest of the Story” (apologies to Paul Harvey for stealing his phrase)
1st off, here are links to the WRAL & WTVD versions:
2nd, Let us look at some of the organizers (who the MSM refused to list by name)
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Here’s FIST and what they represent;
“ABOUT – FIST (Fight Imperialism – Stand Together) is a national group of young revolutionaries committed to fighting racism, sexism, oppression of lesbian, gay, bi and trans people, and exploitation of the working class, all of which result from imperialism and capitalism. We believe that the only way to achieve true liberation for all peoples throughout the world is through socialism.
We are living in a time of capitalism at a dead end, where our dreams are constantly crushed by budget cuts, racism, deportations and poverty. The need for a revolutionary movement to transform society is more urgent than ever.”
Next organizer is Workers World Party;
About Us – Workers World Party fights for a socialist society—where the wealth is socially owned and production is planned to satisfy human need. That’s also what workers around the world, from Cuba to China, have been struggling for. The U.S. rulers have spent trillions of our tax dollars trying to stop them in a global class struggle. WWP promotes international working-class solidarity, the right of every nation to sovereignty and self-determination, and militant resistance at home to imperialist interventions and wars.
But wait, there’s MORE —– Then there is THIS GUY. Guy in the video from WTVD. Your TAX DOLLARS pay him to Indoctrinate your Children at UNC Chapel Hill.
Tony Perucci – Director of Undergraduate Studies
Performance and Cultural Studies
214 Bingham Hall
Dr. Perucci’s teaching and research address performance as a complex of power and as a means of resistance, subversion, opposition and rupture. His work draws on theories and embodied practices of social movements (especially labor, civil rights, anarchist, and anti-capitalist), the aesthetics and organization of experimental theatre, and avant-garde visual and performing arts.
And then we have this gent mentioned in WRAL’s coverage.
“Lamond Lilly, a local activist who was first to speak at the event…”
“Lamont Lilly is a contributing editor with the Triangle Free Press, human rights delegate with Witness for Peace and organizer with Workers World Party.” ~ from the Durhamnews Story
A little More from this guy
Respectfully submitted by SilenceDogood2010 this Fifteenth Day of August in the Year of our Lord, Two Thousand and Fourteen.