UPDATE: Since we exposed the individual(s) and group, VSU has now issued an alert. Apparently the group was armed during the event, and the primary agitator is to be considered “armed and dangerous”:
Original Article – Last weekend we brought to light a group of “Campus Protestors” at Valdosta State University who were marching on the U.S.A. flag.
The MSM picked up the aspect to the story where Air Force veteran Michelle Manhart confronted the group, picked up the flag and subsequently found herself in a confrontation with the groups advocates and the police. (backstory)
However, despite the media interest, and with numerous media outlets seeking a larger understanding as to the cause of the incident, no-one from the protesting group would speak to the media:
[…] The demonstrators declined to identify their group to The Valdosta Daily Times or speak with a reporter about their cause, but they did engage VSU students in heated debate. (link)
Why would the group refuse to identify themselves? What is the purpose of the group? Who, and what exactly, are VSU administrators allowing to take place on their campus?
The protestors obviously want to avoid sunlight, so we dig a little deeper and share what exactly their purpose was.
Here’s pictures of the “campus activists” as shared via their social media:
And this is the group leader: Eric Sheppard Jr.
The group self identifies as a Black Supremacy movement seeking the elimination of all white influences upon their lives. This is the same group who supports the conspiracy theory behind the death of Kendrick Johnson; and these are the same social justice advocates who are the foot soldiers for the professionally black Grievance Industry.
When civil rights attorneys Benjamin Crump, Daryl Parks, Natalie Jackson, and media financing entities like Russell Simmons et al, dispatch their calls to the social justice warriors to activate their protests – the group represented at this VSU protest are the people who respond.
Generally in the same ideological vein as the New Black Panther Party:
….these are the same people behind the “F**k The Police” movement, and the “Black Lives Matter” movement. They are also aligned with the “Black Brunch” groups who you might have seen disrupting lunches to advance their race-driven causes.
Whenever an opportunity presents itself they immediately respond to advocate for their overall grievances. Ferguson to New York, to Madison, to Charlottesville, to North Charleston, to Baltimore and to Valdosta State University… the construct of their social justice cause continually looking for an opportunity for an audience; and a complicit media more than willing to sell their narrative.
Perhaps now, with a larger context, the recent sunlight in Memphis Tennessee makes a little more sense:
…all connected to the same ideological world view.