Manhunt Continues At Valdosta State University – Eric Sheppard Jr Flees Capture By Federal Authorities…

The VSU Flag stomping protest has brought sunlight upon a series of events on the VSU campus that has now expanded in an alarming manner.  This is no longer even remotely related to disrespecting or burning a flag.

Valdosta State University

VALDOSTA, Ga. — At 3:05 p.m. Wednesday, from the steps of Valdosta State University’s West Hall, the father of Eric Sheppard issued the following the statement:

“Son, you know we love you and have always taught you to do the right thing and make wise decisions. Please make the right decision and turn yourself in, either to the authorities or to me, and we will handle this together. We love you and are here for you, as you requested.”

Eric Sheppard Sr., father of Eric Sheppard.

At the heart of the issue is a student agitator named Eric Sheppard Jr. who previously organized an event to stomp on the U.S.A. flag and then burn it.

Michelle ManhartAn Air Force veteran, Michelle Manhart, inadvertently brought sunlight upon the VSU activity when she picked up the flag and would not allow it to be desecrated – she was initially arrested, then released.

The student group behind the Flag Burning initially refused to identify themselves. However, through researching the social media of event participants we discovered who they were, and more importantly identified their ideology.

Eric Sheppard Jr. was the organizer of the event, and is an advocate for a militant Black Supremacy movement. He is pictured throughout his social media profile with alarming messages supporting violence and carrying numerous weapons.

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By itself the protest would be, and was, considered protected by “free speech” by the governing administration of Valdosta State University.

However several VSU students reported direct threats by Eric Sheppard. When police investigated those threats they found, in addition to the numerous weapons pictured, Sheppard was armed -on campus- with a handgun and two fully loaded magazines.

Sheppard made several threats just before immediately fleeing the campus, and has been on the run for the past two days.  Along with the university, the surrounding community is nervous and on edge.

From the outside looking into the community many people may think the VSU student body response, the local police and the FBI seem overly concerned.  Indeed if you were just to look at the media presentations of the story there seems to be something missing.

The missing element is the scope of the group headed by Eric Sheppard Jr., and the specific threats of the group itself as they relate to direct and very violent intentions.

The part that’s missing from the media coverage of the story is the relationship between the Black Supremacy group headed by Sheppard, and their direct attachment to Islamic radicalism.

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Message from Black Panther Party shortly after participating in Trayvon Martin Rally @Fort Mellon Park, FL

Message from Black Panther Party shortly after participating in Trayvon Martin Rally @Fort Mellon Park, FL

A type of radical Islam beyond the rhetoric of the New Black Panther Party and even beyond that espoused by Louis Farrakhan’s Nation of Islam.

Several alarming videos have now surfaced where Eric Sheppard Jr. and his compatriots are telling students at VSU of their intents to kill, and slaughter the white students on campus.

Video #1 (@5:52) […] “we are separated from America” … “we have to kill our oppressors”…  (@7:10) [white people] are “imposing Christianity upon us”.

Video #6 (@00:15) “this is the end times of America”… (@1:00) our goal is to “kill his ass, lynch his ass, skin his ass”…

Video #4 (@00:35) [directly speaking only to white students] “I hate you”… “I don’t promote peace and love”… “To be honest with you, I hate you”.

Video #2 (@00:55) “I’m not here to promote love of all people” …

Each of the above videos was taken on Tuesday. The altercation with Michelle Manhart, which drew in the national attention, occurred the previous Friday.

From the social media of Sheppard (and his group) the intensity of their anxiety toward the student body at VSU was exponentially escalating.

VSU campusValdosta, GA – Tensions rise at Valdosta State University as a manhunt continues for one of its own.

Eric Sheppard is accused of bringing a handgun to an anti-flag protest on the University’s campus Tuesday.

Arrest warrants were signed by a Lowndes County Judge charging Sheppard with bringing weapons in a school safety zone, which is a felony. Authorities say Sheppard is also being investigated by the FBI for possibly making Terroristic Threats on social media.

The VSU Student became the face of the anti-flag protest, after he was seen wrestling Air Force Veteran, Michelle Manhart, for an American flag; a flag protestors had been walking on.

Tuesday, as anti-flag protests continued, a backpack was found abandoned on campus, that according to VSU Police, who say the gun was linked to Sheppard. Since then, Sheppard has been on the run.

This afternoon, a perimeter was formed between Williams and Slater Streets near the University’s campus after two citizens reported seeing Sheppard, but he was not found.   Now, Sheppard’s parents and police, are begging him to turn himself in.

Eric Sheppard sr“Son, you know we love you, and have always taught you to do the right thing and to make wise decisons. Please make the right decision and turn yourself in to either the authrorities, or to me, and we will handle this together”, pleaded Eric Sheppard Sr. on the steps of West Hall, standing beside VSU President, William McKinney.

“He has not done anything to outright hurt anybody, so I’m asking him and looking at cameras when I’m telling you, Eric, come on in. Your parents want you to come in. We want you to come in. Come talk to us. Come talk to the police. We’ll get this sorted out”, said Valdosta Police Chief, Brian Childress, at the scene of the perimeter.

Valdosta Police say Sheppard is considered armed and dangerous. If you see Eric Sheppard, dial 911. (link)

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132 Responses to Manhunt Continues At Valdosta State University – Eric Sheppard Jr Flees Capture By Federal Authorities…

  1. czarowniczy says:

    Geez peeps, itz all so simple – all you gotta do is give up them guns and stand there to take a beatin’ every so often. Is that too much to ask for a little dieversity?
    Hey Eric, guess you’re right, we’re just a nation of cowards when it comes to discussions on race…

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  2. auscitizenmom says:

    Well, our Marines can sure stir up a bunch of @#$%, can’t they. 🙂 Just bringing the sunlight in.

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    • lou says:

      thank God for her…….Valdosta should be ashamed for allowing this potential murder to be roaming on campus, with guns, telling others to kill the white students….

      if he was KKK, and white, we’d have the national guard out by now…

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  3. Be Ge says:

    The evil Christian whitey under the dreadful star-spangled banner oppress you and your islamist senses — the way out is there. Quite some folks will happily pay a one way ticket to some Muslim place in sub-Sahel Africa, the historical motherland.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Don’t mess up Africa, parachute him in to the Sharia Utopias of Iran or Saudi Arabia along with all his fellow haters of the USA, whites and Christians.

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  4. Col.(R) Ken says:

    I guess this little punk stepped on the wrong FLAG!

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  5. Sharon says:

    We’ll get this sorted out”, said Valdosta Police Chief, Brian Childress, at the scene of the perimeter.

    Valdosta Police say Sheppard is considered armed and dangerous.

    So he’s armed and dangerous – and the police chief plans to “sort it out”.

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    • AdukeLAXobserver says:

      I am surprised he even managed to say the words armed and dangerous. Childress always seems to be walking a political tightrope. Not sure if he does it because he feels force or if he likes it.

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  6. VegasGuy says:

    You know this will end with a #JusticeForEric . He has already spouted that he does not recognize the laws of the nation, that he will fight for “his rights”, that whites must die, etc.

    Surrender or capture undercuts his cause. Being taken into custody recognizes the authority of the law. This will end ugly for the young Muslim.

    If the notice of “armed & dangerous” is out there, rest assured he is both. I sympathize with his father who appears to be a level headed & decent individual who is now in fear that his son might very well die because the son is ignorant as well as militant.

    Dangerous combination for a young Black with a known stash of weapons and a defiant attitude toward authority.

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  7. MaryfromMarin says:

    “…the relationship between the Black Supremacy group headed by Sheppard, and their direct attachment to Islamic radicalism.”

    I guess it WAS Achmed’s after all.

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  8. fred says:

    Too bad the cops didn’t let the little lady beat the crap out of that skinny wimp. He needs a counseling on having a short guy complex.

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  9. Millwright says:

    Mazed the FBI’s can’t thwart, (or at least infiltrate), these black radical elements or (apparently) find one of them ! The USG surveils every American’s every communication 24/7 with algorithms sensitive enough to flag any containing whatever keys are selected. They can even track a cell phone that’s turned off. It would appear this perp isn’t as big a “terrorist threat” (despite his posts and photos), as the 99+% of our veterans requesting the VA’s assistance in navigating their red tape who were listed by the VA with NICS as “mental defectives”.

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  10. cats1cowboy says:

    Muslims sold African slaves to anyone who would buy them. Even African tribal chiefs sold black slaves that they captured to muslims. Before the civil war, all States north of the Mason Dixon Line had abolished slavery. There were only 15 slave States of the 34 States when the war started. Hundreds of thousands of white men and women died to free the slaves. Then the slaves were freed in 1865. All this crap they’re spouting doesn’t even apply to me. My ancestors didn’t even get to this country until 1877. They settled in Pennsylvania, one of the free States before the war.

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    • Murse says:

      It doesn’t matter. They choose their own history. Blind hatred is what has closed their minds.

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    • Justice_099 says:

      They have been repeatedly told that the blacks did all that by themselves. I’ve argued about this with many black people and every one of them believe blacks accomplished all of that against the whites, all by themselves.

      I’ve offered to trace their family tree to prove to them that it was FAR more likely that their family never even had a slave in it. But then they argue why does the typical AA have lighter skin than a native African (they suggest it is because whites raped their ancestors… though interracial marriages of free people were not at all uncommon in many states even before the revolutionary war.) And of course, a big difference is the amount of sun. Blacks get darker in the sun, just like white people. And many tribes in Africa are no darker than their American counterparts. Much of Ethiopia is quite light skinned for example.

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    • Jett Black says:

      Ha, I hear you, but the BGI and ivory tower types won’t. My ancestors were poor farmers–the kids were the slaves. Just two generations ago, my grandmother and grandfather, like those before them, picked cotton, cultivated and harvested peanuts, hunted for meat to eat and generally worked their tails off. Had oil and railroads not given them a way up and out, that’s probably what I’d be doing. There are vast numbers of people who have similar backgrounds–no slave owning, just working like slaves to keep their own families alive, without anyone else to house and feed them.

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    • JohnP says:

      Matters to me, I lost relatives on both sides. One relative lost his health and died young as a result of a stay at Libby Prison. Another died at Petersburg, and one at Gaines Mill.

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    • Cre8iv3 says:

      The civil war had nothing to do with freeing slaves, and no whites died to free slaves. They may have died in the war, which had nothing to do with freeing slaves…and no it doesn’t apply to you specifically( but we reap what we sow as a people, you inherit your family’s wealth, debt, legacy – whatever it is – maybe your family just stood by and watched it happen), but the principles of this country and what it stands for. Every people unjustly slaughtered and massacred were corrected via apology and/or reparations, except the most heinous act of slavery of blacks/Africans…smh. This country is too proud to apologize for her actions. We don’t choose to believe a different history, we choose to believe the truth that this country left out of its history. We have to look hard to find ourselves, yall can look in a book, or call your great aunt. There are those who are nonchalant about a whole nation of people’s ancestry floating around in a maze like its nothing. Those who watch injustices happen today because of the color of someone’s skin. There is no equality. Perpetuating this matter of fact attitude does nothing but stir up anger, so does the double standard that the KKK can exist but there can’t be a black organization of such? I’ve seen and heard all kind of death threats from them, toting guns down streets, etc…no arrests, no issue of “armed and dangerous”. If America wants to move forward, they need to publicly acknowledge and apologize to its african citizens brought here against their free will, and right their wrongs. Now you tell me why that is so hard to do? They couldn’t even uphold their promise of 40 acres and a mule, but we have contributed greatly to this country’s wealth and existence.

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      • stella says:

        The Republican Party (first Presidential candidate was Abraham Lincoln) emerged in 1854 to combat the Kansas–Nebraska Act, which threatened to extend slavery into the territories, and to promote more vigorous modernization of the economy. The Party had almost no presence in the South, but by 1858 in the North it had enlisted former Whigs and former Free Soil Democrats to form majorities in nearly every Northern state.

        Yes, the Civil War dealt with States Rights, but the major point of contention WAS SLAVERY. You can ignore that all you want, and I see that you do, but three of my great grandfathers fought in the Civil War to end slavery. That is the truth. My family were farmers in northern states, and none of them ever owned a slave, or knew anyone who did. My state, being a neighbor with Canada, had several major stops on the Underground Railroad.

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        • Mscynlynn says:

          Saying a major contention of the Civil War was slavery is akin to saying the Iraq War was about oil. I have ancestors who fought for the South and against an overbearing Federal Government.

          Delaware, Maryland and Kentucky were slave states that did not secede and remained slave states until the Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery in 1865. Cats1Cowboy’s statement above is not correct.

          An often forgotten group of people in the history of our country is the poor whites in the antebellum south. Most were illiterate and left behind no written records of their lives. Census reports and a few court documents show a little about them. Most new lands the federal government obtained from the Indians in Mississippi and Louisiana were prospected by rich New Englanders. The largest plantation in Savannah at the time of the Civil War was owned by a wealthy Pennsylvania family.

          A search online will turn up interviews of freed slaves in Mississippi. Many stated in their interviews that they felt more sorry for the poor whites because they were treated worse than slaves. Many poor whites would befriend slaves and “hang out” with them on the slaves free day of Sunday. There were also black and Indian slave holders who were more cruel than the white masters. It’s a very interesting piece of history that has been left out of most history books because it goes against the narrative of the happy rich white folk in the south being cruel to slaves.

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          • stella says:

            If slavery didn’t exist, there would have been no Civil War. Prove to me that I’m wrong. The rest is interesting, and I’m sure lots of it is true, but to insist that the War wasn’t about slavery is a lie.

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            • Mscynlynn says:

              You are correct. But my point is that it wasn’t the main driving force with the Confederate foot soldier. Just like oil wasn’t the main driving force in the Iraqi War for our military members deployed to Iraq. But each of those things were an undertone. You can’t tell a veteran of the Iraqi War that he personally was fighting in a war for oil, nor can you tell his/her family that. While it is possible that it was a main reason for the “Kings” in the chess game of war, it isn’t the main reason for the “Pawns.”

              The North benefited greatly from the use of slavery in the production of cotton for the textile mills. Slavery kept cost down.

              The propaganda machines of then were just as strong as they are now. The slave owners did not like the poor whites hanging out with their slaves and would remove the whites as tenants if they were caught. Creating an atmosphere of distrust between the poor whites and slaves benefited the slave masters because the poor whites couldn’t team up with the slaves and overthrow the plantation owner. Poor whites were often hired for more “educated” labor, such as working saw mills because the slave masters didn’t want the slaves to obtain a skill. Freedom of the slaves would create job competition with the poor whites.

              Many poor whites lived off the land and didn’t interact much with others but they were led to believe that their freedoms would be removed by the North.

              Those who were in control weren’t questioned. There were poor whites who aspired to own their own land and were at the mercy of those who were in power just as the poor white laborers. Those that owned a little bit of land and were allowed to vote would vote the same way as the plantation owners since the ballot places were usually a plantation house and the ballots weren’t private. If small farm owner voted against the powers that be then the merchants wouldn’t work with them and they would lose their farms. Southern Democrats have always been evil.

              Some of the Confederate soldiers fought in place of a wealthy plantation owners son for money. It was a twisted/nasty war and many that fought on both sides really had their own ideas of what the war was over.

              Is there a possibility that the Civil War would’ve occurred without slavery? If the economic differences of the regions and the different beliefs about State rights were the same in a relatively new nation, it could have occurred, but we will never know.

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              • stella says:

                The Iraqi war was not about oil. Tell me why you believe this is true.

                The Civil War was about slavery. Regardless of what the average Confederate soldier believed. By the way, since that war ended 150 years ago, just how do you know that? And even if it is true that the average Confederate soldier wasn’t fighting to preserve slavery, those at the top were, just as those at the top in the North were fighting to prevent its spread to other areas of the country.

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                • mscynlynn says:

                  In regards to the Iraqi War: Chuck Hagel, the United States Secretary of Defense, while speaking at the Catholic University of America Columbus School of Law in 2008 stated, “People say we’re not fighting for oil. Of course we are.” General John Abizaid, CENTCOM commander from 2003 until 2007, said of the Iraq war during a round table discussion at Stanford University in 2008, “Of course it’s about oil, we can’t really deny that.”

                  The Smithsonian has videos of interviews of Civil War veterans that were filmed in the early 1900’s. Ironically, one of the few clips of black soldiers, a few minutes of silent footage made at a Confederate reunion in 1930, shows a dozen elderly black men wearing fragments of gray uniforms, flourishing miniature battle flags and wearing lapel buttons representing Robert E. Lee. (go figure)

                  We need to be careful when we make statements that those at the top are the only opinions that matter in history. I would hate to think that the future defines us by the actions and plans of those at the “top” currently.

                  p.s. I’m home from work now so I can log in.

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                • stella says:

                  First of all, Chuck Hagel? I never did understand why he was appointed to Secretary of Defense, unless it was because Obama wanted a fall guy in that position. I’m sure he’s a very nice man, but prior to his cabinet position, his only military connection was in the infantry in Vietnam. He fought bravely, being awarded two purple hearts, but certainly didn’t have a background for leading the military. Here’s another Hagel quote from 2006: “Our relationship with Israel is special and historic… But it need not and cannot be at the expense of our Arab and Muslim relationships. That is an irresponsible and dangerous false choice.” He also wrote that “There will be no victory or defeat for the United States in Iraq,” and called for a “phased troop withdrawal.” According to a SurveyUSA poll, in August 2006 Hagel had a 10% higher approval rating among Nebraska Democrats than Republicans. (Previous sentence per Wikipedia). He opposed the surge, and was in favor of a timeline to get out of Iraq, just like Obama.

                  Abizaid also said that Bin Laden and Al Qaeda were the natural outcomes of US policy in the Middle East. He has a right to his opinions.

                  These are not men whose ideas I agree with. I believe in the importance of the strategic position of Iraq in the Middle East, which the United States is now ceding to ISIS. Even if the war was about protecting access to oil in the Middle East, I would have been for it.

                  As for the Civil War, old black men and white infantry soldiers in the South were not the ones who made the decisions to secede and go to war. I didn’t say that “those at the top are the only opinions that matter in history”. It is just that those at the bottom don’t make the decisions. Surely you can understand that. Rich cotton planters wanted to keep cheap labor, not to mention free trade with Europe which maximized their profits, and I’m sure they were very eloquent in presenting the case for State’s Rights being the reason why the South should fight. The little guys followed along in a great wave of patriotic fervor. And yes, we will be defined in the future by the actions of those at the “top” currently. Think of Japan during WWII. Do you separate the Japanese people from their leaders in your mind?

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                • mscynlynn says:

                  Stella, the reply button is not there below your reply to me so I’m posting here.

                  In your reply to the poster above you stated, “three of my great grandfathers fought in the Civil War to end slavery.” This was your proof that the Civil War was about slavery.

                  Then in your response to me when I pointed out that the Confederate foot soldiers weren’t fighting to keep slavery: “It is just that those at the bottom don’t make the decisions. Surely you can understand that.”

                  It appears that those at the top of the Union army were not fighting a war to end slavery.

                  General Grant made the comment that, “The sole object of this war is to restore the Union. Should I be convinced it has any other object, or that the government designs using its soldiers to execute the wishes of the abolitionists, I pledge to you my honor as a man and a soldier I would resign my commission and carry my sword to the other side,” in a letter to the Chicago Tribune 1862.

                  Union General William T. Sherman said in 1864 “I am honest in my belief that it is not fair to my men to count negros as equals. Let us capture negros, of course, and use them to the best advantage.”

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            • Les says:

              It is generally accepted in academic circles that slavery was only one of the causes of the Civil War (from the Southern college POV). States didn’t start seceding until Lincoln was elected. Southern states didn’t want to be ruled by a Northern gov’t (agrarian vs. industrial) and didn’t like the taxes/tariffs/import duties being imposed to transport raw materials to factories and import manufactured goods from the North. The North’s infrastructure was built on the backs of Southerners who provided the cotton, sugar, tobacco, etc.

              It’s the same thing we are seeing today with Obama. He didn’t really win the election and he wasn’t elected by popular vote (not a true popular vote). Obama doesn’t represent me or anybody I know. Illegal immigrants are the new slavery and trade policies that don’t protect American interests are the new tariff feud. A hundred years from now, will the illegals STILL be blaming us because they came from a poor country and don’t get enough money from us because they have sucked the taxpayers dry? A hundred years from now when nothing is made in America will we be the Central America or Africa?

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              • stella says:

                So you believe that the Civil War would have occurred without slavery disagreements? I don’t. As for the South providing raw materials, yes they did. However, the North was able to continue manufacturing without the South. That’s a major reason why they won the war. The South didn’t manufacture much of anything.

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                • Les says:

                  I think American History is taught differently depending on the location of the college. The couple Southern colleges I attended highlighted the agrarian vs. industrialized, disparity in tariffs/taxes/duties angle. I’m sure in HBCU’s it’s all about slavery.

                  If you did a poll, you might be surprised how many people see the Civil War as something other than a fight about slavery. I bet the results would be evenly split above/below the Mason-Dixon line.

                  I’ve seen KKK mentioned today. It’s the same deal. Some people see the KKK as purely a race-hate thing, and it IS today. But the original cause that led to the forming of the KKK during Reconstruction was the destruction of the South by carpetbaggers and the hate coming from the North. If you financially destroy people who have historically earned their own way, they get angry and do crazy stuff.

                  There really is a difference between Northern and Southern people. I’m sure it’s a result of educational institutions and family history, but there are definite perspectives we don’t all share.

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                • stella says:

                  I understand and agree about the establishment of the KKK. Do you honestly believe that the Civil War would have occurred without slavery? Our visitor (see above) says the Civil War had nothing to do with slavery, and that no white man fought to free the slaves. That just isn’t the truth. She (I think) says that all white men should apologize for slavery, and that we did nothing to stop it. Do you believe that?

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                • auscitizenmom says:

                  Nope.

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                • Les says:

                  I think the slavery issue wasn’t a race-hate issue but an economic issue to most (not all, that would be ridiculous to say). Slavery was on the way out, it was no longer cost effective.

                  From Digital History: “During the 1850s, the percentage of the total white population owning slaves declined significantly. By 1860, the proportion of whites holding slaves had fallen from about one-third to one-fourth. As slave and land ownership grew more concentrated, a growing number of whites were forced by economic pressure to leave the land and move to urban centers.”

                  I truly believe slavery was a side issue, like the BGI of today. Cops killing blacks isn’t the real issue, crime in the black community is the real issue.

                  Stella, I have to say I truly believe it was more about the money and about the South not feeling represented by the election of Lincoln. The Confederacy didn’t form an entire government to be able to keep slaves, most people didn’t even have slaves. It was about equal representation and taxation, the EXACT same problems we still have today. Slavery is a token issue, a disgusting stain of one, but still an ancillary issue.

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                • stella says:

                  Slavery had declined in the border states, but not in states producing cotton.

                  ADD: I checked the census records. There were 700,000 MORE slaves in 1860 than in 1850.

                  Total Number of Slaves Living in the United States
                  1790 – 697,897
                  1800 – 893,041
                  1810 – 1,191,364
                  1820 – 1,538,038
                  1830 – 2,009,050
                  1840 – 2,487,455
                  1850 – 3,204,313
                  1860 – 3,953,760

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                • mscynlynn says:

                  Les, I majored in history at Quincy University in Illinois. At the time, many years ago, we were taught agrarian vs industrial and tariffs as the main catalyst of the Southern states seceding. Maybe my professor had Southern roots!

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              • stella says:

                P.S.: Why did the states begin to secede once Lincoln was elected? It was because of slavery.

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              • stella says:

                The main political issue during the 1850’s was slavery. It had been phased out in the North, and was declining in the border states. The cotton states wanted the expansion of slavery in new states and territories, and the north did not. Republican policies prevented such expansion.

                “Historians have debated whether economic differences between the industrial Northeast and the agricultural South helped cause the war. Most historians now disagree with the economic determinism of historian Charles A. Beard in the 1920s and emphasize that Northern and Southern economies were largely complementary. While socially different, the sections economically benefited each other.” (see Wiki entry on the American Civil War-it’s footnoted). Remember that one big reason why the South lost is because they imported a large proportion of their goods from the North or from other countries, and the rail and sea blockades cut them off. They produced cotton and some sugar and that was about it.

                Yes, southern states wanted free trade with European countries, and the northern states wanted tariffs in order to protect their manufacturing industry. Preservation of slavery was a much more important issue, however. Why not? It was cheap labor in a labor intensive industry.

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                • Les says:

                  Please don’t be offended by this, I intend no offense, just saying this because I think we don’t understand each other completely as a nation. There is another school of thought. Which one is correct? Probably depends on where you were raised.

                  Northerners tend to believe slavery was THE issue in the Civil War because it gives a pretty good justification for turning your guns on your brothers. The South didn’t start the Civil War, they started a new country. That’s why the Civil War is also know as the War Of Northern Aggression. History tells us who fired the first shots.

                  I think it’s good to look at all sides of issues. I can see the black perspective, slavery was horrible. But there is always more to a story: My side, your side, and the truth. Maybe focusing on JUST slavery has caused some of what we see today. Or maybe it would have happened anyway, we have no way of knowing for sure.

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                • stella says:

                  You still haven’t answered my question. I understand you have a different point of view, but answer me: Do you believe that the Civil War would have occurred without the slavery question?

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                • stella says:

                  This is what it says on the Fort Sumter website: “Decades of growing strife between North and South erupted in civil war on April 12, 1861, when Confederate artillery opened fire on this Federal fort in Charleston Harbor. Fort Sumter surrendered 34 hours later. Union forces would try for nearly four years to take it back.” Are you saying that isn’t true?

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                • Les says:

                  “Do you believe that the Civil War would have occurred without the slavery question?”

                  I think the seven states that seceded would have seceded on Lincoln’s election either way. Lincoln only received 38.9% of the popular vote. I’m not trying to separate the issue of slavery from the Civil War, just saying it wasn’t the predominate reason in my mind. It truly is a matter viewed differently by different people and always has been. I’m not the only one: http://www.civilwar.org/education/history/secession/

                  I think the North would have invaded the South upon secession either way, yes. haha If another president would have been elected who would have made slavery illegal I’m not 100% sure the Confederacy would have been created. You also can’t separate the fact that most Northern states were generally smaller and had shorter growing seasons and less need for slaves. If it had been reversed, would we all have been on opposite sides of the issue?

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                • ImpeachEmAll says:

                  The twenty dollar man did cause a stir

                  and slight delay in South Carolina’s secession.

                  http://www.digitalhistory.uh.edu/disp_textbook.cfm?smtID=3&psid=371

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      • stella says:

        By the way, it will be exactly 150 years since the end of the Civil War on May 9. Do you know anyone personally who was a slave? Or who owned slaves?

        I suggest you get on with your life, as everyone else does. We have people who immigrated to this country with nothing, and made successes of themselves. All of us have had to overcome stuff in order to make it through life. Stop concentrating on what you can’t do, and start looking to the future. Looking back 150 years to justify all of the ills of the world is a losing proposition. Life isn’t fair. Get over it.

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      • Mscynlynn says:

        Cre8iv3,
        You need to watch the movie, “Runaway Slave.”

        I do feel sorry for you because you prefer to live your life as a victim instead of an overcomer. The majority of the people in this nation came from nothing and worked hard for what they have by being overcomers and not blaming others and playing victim. You should try it.

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      • auscitizenmom says:

        So, Cre8iv3, are you going to go back and demand reparations from those of YOUR people in Africa who sold YOUR ancestors (that you don’t even know)? Are you going to ask Africa to apologize to its african citizens who sold your ancestors to muslims who brought them here against their free will, and right their wrongs?

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    • sulli159 says:

      According to some historians only about 3% of the slave trade reached America and about 30% of those slaves were muslims. Many of the slave owners help convert them to Christianity, allowed them to marry and eventually own land.

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    • ThankYou,Treepers says:

      Sundance’s new analysis details here make all the more appropriate this sign posted as a comment to his prior report on this VSU tip-of-the-iceberg matter.

      https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2015/04/21/follow-up-we-expose-the-vsu-protest-group-marching-on-flag/comment-page-1/#comment-1390821

      So, again, a reminder notice to those descended from the American freedmen:

      ARAB MUSLIMS AND BLACK AFRICANS CAPTURED YOUR ANCESTORS FOR ENSLAVEMENT.

      ARAB MUSLIM SLAVE MERCHANTS CREATED A WORLD MARKET TO SELL YOUR ANCESTORS AROUND THE GLOBE.

      ARAB MUSLIMS TOOK FAR MORE BLACK AFRICAN SLAVES EAST BACK TO ARABIA THAN THEY SOLD FOR SHIPMENT WEST TO THE AMERICAS. THERE ARE NO ANCESTORS IN ARABIA OF THOSE BLACK AFRICAN SLAVES BECAUSE THE ARAB MUSLIMS CASTRATED OR SLAUGHTERED THEM ALL. TO THIS DAY THERE ARE FIRST GENERATION BLACK AFRICAN SLAVES HELD IN ARABIA BY ARAB MUSLIMS.

      YOUR ANCESTORS WHERE AMONG THE FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND BLACK AFRICANS SHIPPED TO AMERICA AS SLAVES.

      SIX HUNDRED THOUSAND WHITE CHRISTIAN AMERICAN MEN DIED FIGHTING SUCCESSFULLY TO FREE YOUR ANCESTORS FROM SLAVERY IN THE UNITED STATES. THAT MEANS MORE WHITE CHRISTIAN MEN DIED TO FREE YOUR ANCESTORS THAN THE TOTAL NUMBER OF BLACK AFRICANS WHO WERE SHIPPED INTO THE UNITED STATES AS SLAVES.

      YOU’VE ALWAYS BEEN FREE. YOU’VE NEVER KNOWN ANYBODY WHO WAS A SLAVE IN THE UNITED STATES. THE MOST FORTUNATE BLACKS IN THE WORLD TODAY ARE YOU THE DESCENDANTS OF THOSE AMERICAN FREEDMEN BECAUSE OF YOUR STATUS AS CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

      HOW LONG WOULD YOU SURVIVE IF EVERY WHITE AMERICAN INSTANTLY VANISHED?

      WHAT CONSTRUCTIVE HAVE YOU DONE WITH THE FREEDOM SO MANY WHITE AMERICAN MEN SACRIFICED THEIR LIVES TO PROVIDE FOR YOU?

      COMPLAINING ABOUT WHITEY AIN’T CONSTRUCTIVE. IT’S SELF DESTRUCTIVE.

      DON’T LIE TO YOURSELF. IT’S SELF DESTRUCTIVE.

      STOP HATING ON WHITEY. IT’S SELF DESTRUCTIVE.

      STOP MAKING EXCUSES. IT’S SELF DESTRUCTIVE.

      STOP OBEYING ARAB MUSLIMS. IT’S SELF DESTRUCTIVE.

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  11. lovely says:

    I think I used this word once here already today but “chilling” is the word that comes to mind.

    Maybe I am just tired or cynical but does anyone understand the last phrase of Eric Sheppard Sr. plea?

    *We love you and are here for you, as you requested

    Is he simply saying that Eric Jr requested that his parents be there for him?

    I find it a very odd, phrase as you requested? Maybe it is just me.

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    • partyzantski says:

      It indicates that he set up the media “circus” to bring more attention to himself. After all, what is a desperado if there is not public awareness and anxiety over his drama?

      The previous analysis that that cat is going to end up on a slab with a free toe tag seems all but assured at this point. Anything short of that, he will be deprived of his place in history.

      The Police who will end this drama will be endlessly scrutinized by the BGI and the AG… hope they have the body cameras/dash cams going so the PBA reps can head off the worst of what will inevitably follow. Unfortunately, some citizens will more likely cross paths with him first.

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    • florenceva says:

      Well, does that mean he was in touch with his parents while on the run? I don’t get it. So the father is only asking his son to turn himself in because the son requested it?

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    • I found that to be very odd also. Would they not be there for him without his request? They are to make him look like he came from a normal family, to gain sympathy.

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    • Les says:

      Who IS his father? Is he the guy who runs this?: http://www.diversityrestoration.com/meetourpresidentceo.html

      Any information on his mother?

      I guess it isn’t fair to blame parents for their kids, his dad seems like a decent guy, but that kind of hate comes from somewhere…

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  12. gannasview says:

    The kid has got some really screwed up viewpoints. He should have studied slavery more closely. As their own United Negro College Fund states, “A mind is a terrible thing to waste.”

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    • Les says:

      I wish all these “slaves” would come cut my grass and detail my car. haha

      Claiming to be slaves is truly disrespectful to the people who had to endure real slavery. I know that kid doesn’t have one callous.

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  13. moogey says:

    Parents, you are sending your children to gun-free slaughter zones.

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  14. doodahdaze says:

    Supreme Black Stupid.

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  15. What bothers me the most is how accepted Black Nationalists are on campus. Somehow I don’t think White Nationalists would get the same treatment.

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  16. 7delta says:

    Ponytail Blue Shirt says they have to understand in-depth history? Bless his heart. Maybe he doesn’t know that back when England was invaded and occupied by Rome that Christianity came to England after Pope Gregory saw white people from England being sold in a market in Rome, then sent missionaries. Ponytail must have missed the lesson about Christianity’s role in abolishing slavery.

    He must have missed the history about Muslims and Africans selling slaves to the Dutch and that when the first slave ship went down the James River to Massachusetts, the colonists met the ship, arrested the captain, then returned all the people to their homes in Africa on the colonists’ dime. Wonder if he thinks it’s okay that Muslims still own slaves?

    Wonder if he knows the first slave owner in America was a black man who, in the late 1600’s, got a judge to rule he could possess his indentured servant for life…who was also a black man? Nah, that silly real history stuff would ruin his rage. These guys know nothing about history.

    Black people have owned slaves, even here in America, and still own slaves in those parts of the world Little Eric thinks are superior. Doesn’t make it right anywhere at anytime, but history is history. Truth is truth. Own it, Eric. There’s somebody somewhere in the world that hates you with a vengeance because blacks and Muslims have enslaved them.

    And Little Eric thinks we’re indoctrinated.

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    • georgiafl says:

      Muslims are still buying and selling slaves and are running drug cartels (enslaving people) and sex trafficking cartels (enslaving people, even children) and porn cartels (enslaving more people.)

      I despise Islam and all its horrors, hypocrisy and obscene human rights abuses.
      Despise it.

      Blacks ought to despise it too.

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      • 7delta says:

        Blacks ought to despise it too.

        Exactly. There are many things they should despise, including the Democratic Party, but then, they and many others are also unwitting victims of “we must change our history.” It’s one of those examples of the old axiom that those who don’t remember history are doomed to repeat it. Tell a lie often enough…

        While people like Eric and Ponytail have been deceived by devious operatives, they are responsible for verifying what they’re told and for what they ultimately believe. Everyone makes mistakes due to bad information, but there is no excuse for not doing everything possible to avoid it to start with and for not correcting it when you find out you’re wrong.

        Sadly, Eric and Co. are so addicted to rage, they will destroy themselves and others to protect the lies they love.

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  17. moogey says:

    The American flag was burned and desecrated during the Vietnam war as a Protest against killing.
    The American flag is now burned and desecrated as a calling card for all radical extremists to kill.

    Without fear of retribution, there is no civil society.

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  18. lorac says:

    This guy has been living in a bubble. He left reality and common sense behind. I wonder if his parents were aware he went extremist.

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    • PatrickSMcNally says:

      The father doesn’t seem to endorse his views. What will really put things to the test here is if this crazy ideologue is killed in a firefight with police and if someone then starts a campaign that he should have been shot in the leg. What will his Old Man say then? Right now I still feel sympathetic to the Papa who is stuck with this crackpot as a son. But that could change if this turns into another “Justice for Trayvon!”

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    • The parents probably taught him this hate.

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  19. Justice_099 says:

    The very fact that this man is able to spew his racist beliefs right there in public on the grounds of an American college he is attending is proof-absolute of his complete and equal rights. If we were truly a racist nation, their isn’t a chance in hell he would be able to do that.

    How is it that these knuckleheads can’t see that?

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  20. thesouthwasrght says:

    I am soooooo afflicted with Negro fatigue these days. They consistently bring truth to every stereotype assigned to them everyday yet have the gall to beat people over the head with their patented race card. Which is pretty much in tatters these days.

    One of these days in the not to distant future they are going to have to sink or swim on their own. That will be an interesting time to say the least.

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    • partyzantski says:

      Sink or swim…. have you ever seen swim qual at boot camp or at a commissioning program? Based upon what I have seen in those circumstances, water must be raycisss.

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      • thefirstab says:

        Omg partyZ — LMBO !!
        And so others don’t think I’m being cruel or rayciss– I grew up in a diverse area, everyone swam like fish, except our black friends. Some would go completely in the water, while most only went in up to their knees.
        We always wondered why, until we were older. Sadly, it wasn’t that they were deprived of this skill by society (after civil rights) but more generational. Parents didn’t swim, so kids didn’t either.

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  21. georgiafl says:

    PUSH BACK at VSU – http://valdostatoday.com/2015/04/wisenbaker-flag-fever-on-campus/
    Notice many black folks marching with flags!

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  22. boutis says:

    Is his group one of those paid by DOJ to agitate and cause a ruckus? Is this why non-students were allowed on campus to protest nothing and the school administration was afraid of running his (bleep) off to begin with? The campus police “acted stupidly” resulting in a viral video and the local newspaper trying to interview, identify, and find out who these little thugs are. Protesters/agitators want media unless their goal is to cause problems so DOJ can step in and ,harass or terrify. The FBI wants him before he gets more unmanageable and radicalized. He is no longer useful.

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    • thefirstab says:

      “Symbolic” cannon fodder – time to get the white folks stirred up.
      Long, hot summer – especially in the South.

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      • boutis says:

        He went off “script” with the gun and it backfired. It was supposed to be about racist school, administration, students and community in Georgia. Now it is about home grown black radical Muslim terrorist. Big boo-boo.

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  23. Sandra says:

    Watching those videos I feel like I’m watching Oswald Bates on In Living Color.

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  24. watcher says:

    Can’t track his cell phone, come on. I doubt if he can stay off of it.
    His buddies know where he is, if they care about him corporate with LE.

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  25. Let me see if I have this straight:
    These young men are in college for free (probably) and given every opportunity as any other citizen. They live in a white majority country and they want the white people to not be patriotic? They hate the flag that 600,000 white men died under to free the slaves. They have the right to stand and speech freely about their hatred of the flag that gives them that right? They don’t look like they have hard a difficult day in their lives.
    What ignorant Africans!

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  26. ImpeachEmAll says:

    Meanwhile, on a golf course somewhere,

    POTUS waits for an opportune moment

    to nationally state, “If I had a son…”

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2015/03/libs-silent-as-obama-golfs-with-halliburton-director/

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  27. ThankYou,Treepers says:

    Sundance is on to a critical dynamic here. He seems to be the first to publish about it even though it’s been going on in America for eighty years:

    Arab muslims exploiting black ignorance to further the jihad.

    The recent genocide slaughter of black Africans in Darfur was Arab muslims killing black African muslims. It was pure race hate for blacks just as the Arab muslims have always demonstrated to today.

    islam is a murder cult schemed to militarize Arab imperialism, so usually muslims kill those who refuse to join the cult by converting to islam.

    But in Darfur the black Africans were already sunni muslim but the arab muslims killed them anyway, solely for being black.

    Yet here in The States the muslims have used their taquiaa deception to take advantage of black credulity.

    They have blacks thinking white Christians have oppressed them and islam is colorblind, as Sundance’s analysis shows, when the history is the muslims have slaughtered, enslaved and are now exploiting the blacks, while nobody has helped the blacks as much as the Christians and Jews whom the muslims program the blacks to hate.

    ALL TO FURTHER THE JIHAD.

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  28. Marcus Sheppard says:

    I am directly related to Eric Sheppard, I would like to make a public statement. Does anyone know any televised or local promoters that would interested in my opinion on this matter?

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    • auscitizenmom says:

      Um, is this fer it or agin it? 🙄

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      • joesbabygirl says:

        Believe it or not, it is for it. They are expecting 4000+. Local law enforcement will have FBI and GBI in their ranks. Valdosta is a military town, very patriotic. They have VSU PD to take care of terrorist protesters, and they bring in the big guns for the patriots. This should be interesting.

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        • Les says:

          So they didn’t cancel classes when armed militants were protesting, but they cancelled classes and will shut down campus when patriots are rallying? Is that bassackwards?

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          “Valdosta Police pointed out some things worth noting for protestors:
          1. Protestors must remain on city sidewalks.
          2.The permit runs out at 3:30, at that point, everyone will be told to go home.
          3. No weapons are allowed on VSU’s campus. Per city ordinance, weapons will be allowed on city property.
          4. Traffic will not be detoured on Patterson Street, all normal traffic will be allowed. Georgia Avenue, however, will be shut down.”

          SO, the police are going to make the Pro-American protesters follow the law for protesting? AND, they are making sure there are enough police to keep control of the mostly white “mob”. Got it. What are they afraid of, that they might have a bake sale or set up lemonade stands????????

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      • ImpeachEmAll says:

        Comcast National News (NBC) would have one thinking against it.

        “Valdosta State University Shuts Down Ahead of Flag Protest”

        http://www.nbcnews.com/news/us-news/georgia-university-shuts-down-ahead-flag-protest-n347586

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        • auscitizenmom says:

          “The event appeared to be peaceful” It appeared to be peaceful. And, yet they kept saying that the Ferguson protests were “peaceful”. I guess if you are protesting and you are black, that is your idea of “peaceful.”

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  29. Janet says:

    I would hope this incident will cause a drastic loss in Alumni revenue. How embarrassing for the hollowed walls of higher learning. And, if my son were attending I would strongly urge him to transfer to a college that did not sanction the defacing of our American flag.

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  30. nobody special says:

    I think it’s crazy that if anyone noticed, everything he has on his sites have “niggaz” on it, it is a nasty word that whites use in racist comments and yet he seems to be proud to use it. Also, the death of Kendrick Johnson should not be the reason here in Valdosta to start issues, I’ve heard that was one reason, I’m not 100% sure, but if so, his death, if occurred by murder is being investigated, and no one even knows whether a white or black person killed him, they just decided to go racist on the police. Which, I live in Valdosta and it’s no racism issue,it’s just crappy police work, I don’t have respect for these cops either but I’m white and trust me they’re equally terrible to white people as they are to blacks. I have black friends that love everyone of all races, and they are proud of their freedom and rights, this guy shouldn’t be allowed to live here with his views, he should see how it would be to have his freedom stripped from him, as he’s taking it for granted, despite the civil war, we as a country have changed, sure every race has a few racists, but we can’t all be judged by that, iI’m so fed up with the race card as well. I know many wealthy black people and 20 times more poor white people. We are not oppressing them, they have all their rights and we have a black president. Thats a giant accomplishment for them. society has finally accepted them as real human beings with rights and acknowledged that they deserve everything whites deserve, we have changed but a lot of guys like him haven’t, they want to keep stirring trouble with their hatred and I am sorry, it is not my fault or anyone else’s fault that our ancestors were slave owners. To say that is as absurd as saying that serial killers victims families should blame all desendants and put a needle in their arms, sure our country has flaws in our history but we’re making great strides in repairing these things, making things right, I don’t see Jewish people hating Germans for the Holocaust either, we need to get past the terrible history and more forward as one nation under equal liberty and justice for all. The flag is not any racist symbol, it stands for the freedom we all have and who all (all colors) that died to keep our freedom, enough is enough, the racism has to stop. We need to rewrite history for all generations to come, and move past the slavery, everyone has their own views of the civil war, but truth is none of us were there, no black people that are protesting have been enslaved, and no white families have owned them, that’s a long time ago, a dark era that many want to forget about, yet many want to use as their fuel for hate, truth is, eeveryone wants to make an excuse for their hatred lay the blame on someone or something, there’s really nothing any of us can do or say, hate will always be around someway or another. I’m not a college graduate, and I know my response isn’t as well written as all of you, but I am a mother of 5 and I am concerned that an armed (any color) man is running a muck in my town, and though we dispute the war 150 years ago or not, he’s still out there running around with a seriously major chip on his shoulder, that detail in itself is enough, it doesn’t really matter why, or what his reasons are, he needs to be stopped. I’m just wanting to put that out there. Thank y’all.

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  31. That is one twisted, evil little snake. I suspect he’ll soon be preaching his hatred from inside a prison. I hope they keep him there for the rest of his miserable life.

    If Obama had a son . . .

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  32. ImpeachEmAll says:

    Would appear Little Big Mouth is still on the lamb.

    So much for Homeland Security.

    Oops, forgot about the Feather Bed Inspectors.

    Nope, still not feeling that fuzzy, warm feeling.

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  33. Negro please! Bet he hasn’t been forced to pick cotton or lived under Jim Crow laws. He probably doesn’t even wear cotton underwear! Wonder if he even knows about islamic african slave trade in Middle East were some male slaves became eunuchs! This military industrial complex is keeping his testicles in his shorts from islam coming for them!

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  34. dstep24 says:

    Well there’s 15 minutes of my life I’ll never get back. What a dumb ass.

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  36. Observe the outstanding police work of the valdosta university police. Arresting a citizen who was only showing her love for the american flag. these sickos ned to be sent to africa where they can mingle with the brothers and establish their own flag. Then let them trample on it with the approval of isis .

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  37. What happened to my comments on Chief childress and his fair haired boy Det Robert.R. Raymond. Comments were posted , but are now not on the net. Who is interfering with my first amendment rights? must be the powers that be. we will see what happens again when the police powers , are the people who cant handle the truth continue to suppress the truth.

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  38. I expect that this comment will also be deleted by those who do not want the truth to be known.I dare them to delete my comments. If this happens again I will seek relief in the federal courts.

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  39. i AM ANGERED BY THE VALDOSTA, GA. CHIEF OF POLICE WHO ONLY HAS THE ABILITY TO THREATEN AND ATTEMPT TO INTIMADATE PEOPLE WHO DO NOT APPROVE OF HIS METHODS IN THE REAL WORLD OF LAW ENFORCEMENT. WHEN PROBLEMS OCCUR WITHIN HIS DEPT, HE CAN ONLY THREATEN TO CALL IN THE GEORGIA BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION, OR THE LOUNDES CO. SHERIFFS DEPT. IT SEEMS THAT HE HAS NO AUTHORITY TO MAKE A DECISION ON HIS OWN.FORMER CHIEF SIMMONS IS PROBABLY REGRETFUL THAT THE CITY COUNSEL, MAYOR , AND OTHERS MADE THE CHOICE TO PROMOTE THIS PERSON TO THE RANK OF TOP COP IN THE CITY OF VALDOSTA. UNDER MY FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS TO THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, i PROTEST HIS APPOINTMENT .

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