Monday, July 11, 2016


On June 24, President Obama dedicated Stonewall Tavern in NYC as the first monument to LGBT rights. Stonewall was the site of riots between homosexuals and the NYPD in June of 1969.

Twelve days prior to this dedication, in the early morning hours of June 12, Omar Mateen, a Muslim who phoned 911 and pledged allegiance to ISIS, went into a gay bar in Orlando, Florida, and killed 50 bar patrons and wounded many more. It was called the worst terror attack on U.S. soil since 9/11.

Now, thirteen days after Obama's dedication of Stonewall, 12 police officers were shot, with 5 of them being killed, in Dallas, on the evening of June 7, by an ex-Army soldier who pledged allegiance to the Black Lives Matter movement. It is being called the deadliest day for law enforcement since 9/11.

Obama dedicates a gay bar, the site of fierce rioting between homosexuals and police, and within one month (June 12 - July 7), we have the worst attacks and massacres of gays and police, and both using 9/11 as the timeline reference.

In the aftermath of Dallas, we have black leaders calling for blacks to move to the southern states and separate from the U.S.

New Black Panther Leader: Blacks need to migrate to five southern states and form 'country within a country,' claims Louisiana, Mississippi, South Carolina, Alabama, and Georgia as part of 'Black Nation'

Interestingly, this is the EXACT 'solution' Obama has called for for Israel.

Obama Administration: A UN Resolution That Would Divide Israel And Jerusalem Is Back In Play

Strangely enough, in October 2015, Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke posted this tweet:

Big City Sheriff Says Black Lives Matter ‘Will Join Forces With ISIS’ To Take Down America