Recently, I finally got around to watching Mr. Jones: one of the few movies about Stalin’s massive artificial famine genocide. Like so many attempts to explain the horrors of that era, the movie insists that people didn’t know. The uglier truth is that anyone who really wanted to know about Hitler or Stalin’s atrocities could know. There were plenty of people who tried to spread the word.
The media and sympathetic elements of the political establishment just did their best to suppress the truth. But you had to believe them.
Take, Black Lives Matter, which states its affiliation with the black nationalist terrorists of the seventies loudly and clearly. It does nothing to hide its love for Assata Shakur, one of the most wanted domestic terrorists, for example, making her rhetoric into its slogan.
It openly celebrates black nationalist terrorists and the media and sympathetic elements of the political establishment frantically wave their hands in front of the camera, and most people choose not to notice even when it’s right in front of their damned faces.
Here’s Black Lives Matter Chicago retweeting support for a terrorist as part of the Black August events by racist black nationalist groups.
The photo showcases the time Jonathan Jackson tried to free his brother, George Jackson, a Communist black nationalist terrorist and co-founder of the Black Guerila Family, by taking a judge, a DA, and three female jurors hostage at the Marin County Courthouse.
The picture they’ve chosen here showcases the judge being held hostage, not the older black lady they’re also taking hostage.
One of the hostages was a young couple with a baby.
After opening fire at the police, the black nationalist terrorists were killed. So was the judge. The DA grabbed Jonathan’s gun and shot at the terrorists. He ended up being shot and paralyzed. A female juror was shot but recovered.
Chicago BLM’s retweet isn’t unusual. It’s routine for black nationalist groups like BLM to celebrate these terrorists.
It’s not that people don’t know. It’s that they don’t want to know.
The real hero of the Marin County Courthouse attack were not the racist Communist terrorists, but the DA.
The testimony, the most dramatic thus far in the murder, kidnapping and conspiracy trial of Miss Davis, came from 34‐year‐old Gary W. Thomas, who is permanently crippled and confined to a wheelchair as a result of the events of that day.
“It came to a sudden stop, an abrupt stop, I don’t know what happened,” Mr. Thomas testified. Jackson was driving.
“I saw Jonathan Jackson,” Mr. Thomas said. “He had revolver in his hand. He put his hand out the window, his right hand, and then I heard a shot. I had not heard any shots prior to that.”
Mr. Thomas said that “there was one, maybe a two‐shot retort.
“Jackson pulled his hand back inside and looked at it. There was blood on this part of his hand [Mr: Thomas gestured toward the wrist]. He still had the revolver.
“When I saw that, I immediately turned and looked at Judge Haley. When I last saw his face, he was alive. An instant later, I saw the right side of his face slowly pulling away from his skull.”
“Did the shotgun [taped to the judge’s neck] go off?” asked the prosecutor, Albert Harris Jr.
“Yes,” Mr. Thomas responded.
“What happened after that?” Mr. Harris asked.
“I turned to my right, took the gun in Jonathan Jackson’s hand. I took it out of his hand and shot in his direction, one, maybe two times. McClain [who was in the front, passenger side of the van, opposite Jackson] was moving toward the left. I shot him in the back. I turned and fired a shot in the area of Christmas [who was in the rear of the van] and then I shot Magee [also in the rear, next to the judge] in the chest. shot Magee once. He was moving. I tried to shoot again. The gun clicked. He stopped moving and I yelled out, ‘Stop firing. Please stop firing.’
“About the same time I felt a sharp pain in my back, my legs gave out and I crumpled down.”
Rest in power, Gary Thomas.