Andy Jacobs wrote this on IPR. He tells the truth about what happened in Charlottesville, Virginia, and how Antifa terrorists disrupted a peaceful protest. I’m posting it here before the Cyberpig deletes it since it goes against his left wing agenda.
Check this out. Unite the Right was back in Charlottesville, VA, this past weekend, and they did march and rally in the park where the Robert E. Lee statue (which is now covered up by a black tarp), and guess what? There were no problems at all this time. Why? Because Antifa did not show up.
So let’s analyze this. Unite the Right had a rally there last spring. Antifa did not show up, and there were no problems. Unite the Right had a rally there in August, Antifa showed up, and police failed to do their job by keeping Antifa separated from Unite the Right (it has come out as a verified fact that the police were ordered to stand down, so it was actually intentional to create the situation that led to conflict), and all hell broke loose. Unite the Right comes back for another rally this past weekend in October, Antifa did not show up, and there were no problems.
Unite the Right obtained a permit to hold a mass demonstration (single speakers and small groups do not require permits, but large groups holding a mass demonstration does require a permit), which they ended up having to defend in court, which they did successfully. Antifa had no permit, so therefore, they should not have even been there at all in August, because they did not obtain the mass demonstration permit.
The content of the speech from the various people who came together in the coalition called Unite the Right is irrelevant to the concept of free speech. Free speech is just that, free speech. The coalition known as Unite the Right had the right to speak, even if some people did not like their speech. It was the job of the police to shield the Unite the Right protesters from any counter-protesters (and note that since the counter-protesters did not have the mass demonstration permit, they should not even have been there), and the police failed to do their job. The police could have easily ensured that no violence took place if they had simply followed proper police procedures for handling these type of events, and the police may have actually done this, if they had not been ordered to stand down. It should be blatantly obvious to all that this was a set up.
Here is video from the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville from this past weekend. Notice how there are no problems. That’s because Antifa was not there.
Antifa is a communist agitator group that is funded by globalists like George Soros. They are like modern day Bolsheviks,
Charlottesville Protest – “You Will Not Replace Us!” – Richard Spencer, Mike Enoch, Eli Mosley
Today is 9/11. It was on this day we suffered a major attack . . .
Of course, as everyone knows, today marks the three year anniversary of Cyberpig’s destruction of the Functional Fillmore Frugal Movement website in a cowardly act of political censorship. This marked the end of the fledgling Functional Fillmore Frugal movement, which was on its way to becoming a major force within the Libertarian Party. Like the movement, however, libertarianism is now dead.
Those of you who want to relive the glory days of the Functional Fillmore Frugal Movement can access a mirror of the website at http://functionalfillmorefrugal.blogspot.com/. It is there as it was on the day it was wrongfully deleted.
Let’s keep in mind, the movement was not all for naught. Like a phoenix, from the ashes of the Functional Fillmore Frugal Movement, the Millard Fillmore Remembrance Project will rise. Stay tuned for updates.
WordPress removed the Andy Jacobs blog today. Cyberpig broke the news in IPR comments for an article about Roy Innis:
I deleted him, and it looks like wordpress deleted his blog. About time they did that. Please do not reply to him in the future, it makes the moderators’ job here harder. Out of respect for Roy Innis, if you wish to follow up on that subject please do so in open thread.
Cyberpig continued on the Open Thread:
Maybe whoever got wordpress to take down the fake Knappster and Andy Jacobs blogs could do the same with Vernon’s blog? That one is still up there from 2+ years ago with all the same WordPress terms of service violations. WordPress was informed of it and for whatever reason did not do anything (and still hasn’t). Email me if you don’t want to talk about it on here. My email address is in the about IPR tab at the top. Yeah, they can keep putting the same crap up on more new blogs but we can keep having them taken down too.
Of course, this is all smoke and mirrors since we know Cyberpig is behind Vernon’s blog. That’s why Vernon’s blog remains standing after all these years while the Knappster and Andy Jacobs blogs are defunct.
Cyberpig Paulie Frankel removed a tribute set up on IPR’s January 2017 Open Thread to honor blogger and LGBT activist Marlon Areola, who died Sunday after suffering a ruptured artery in his lower abdomen. The tribute, left at IPR by a user with the name “Lobster Miner” read as follows:
Rest in Peace
Blogger & LGBT activist Marlon Areola
1981 – 2017
It followed with a link to Wikipedia’s list of 2017 deaths, which current lists Areola for January 1.
There was no reason given for the Cyberpig’s removal of the tribute. It could possibly be the result of homophobia or maybe for unknown personal reasons. Areola claims on his blog that he and the Cyberpig were supposed to meet at a gay bathhouse in Chicago, but the Cyberpig no-showed.
In place of the tribute to Areola, the Cyberpig posted a note asking readers to throw a pity party for him because he is too lazy to obtain a driver’s license and irrationally fears he will be deported as a result.
Gracious Dr. George Phillies,
I notice you left a comment for me on the December 2016 Open Thread on IPR wishing me a Happy New Year. I sincerely appreciate your very generous note and return the favor. Happy New Year, George!
I would have returned this favor on IPR itself (I have many ways to get around the futile ban imposed by the Cyberpig), but I am leaving this here since it is very likely you read this site and enjoy it, since, after all, it’s “better than IPR”.
I have also noticed you’ve been making very intelligent comments on IPR recently by countering the Cyberpig’s feeble attempts to malign the President-Elect. Keep up the good work. Your efforts serve the greater good.
As we take this journey to start anew, let’s make 2017 the greatest year of our lives.
Citizen Nathan Norman
It has become apparent that the IPR contributor known as “Tony From Long Island” is actually a troll, possibly of the government-paid variety, according to IPR’s resident conspiracy theorist Andy Jacobs. Tony, who claims to have voted for Gary Johnson but constantly heaps praise on Crooked Hillary Clinton, often brags that he spent a large amount of time in prison. What for? He has not revealed, though he recently gloated about violently attacking an eighth grade child he accused of bullying. As Jacobs must be fully aware, the prison system is a great place for the government to recruit infiltrators who can then become internet trolls. Jacobs himself has been accused of being a government troll for constantly accusing others of being government trolls but this should not discount the validity of his accusation. Tony, who claims to only post at IPR while at work (which has been suggested as being a government troll center), spends most of his time on IPR commenting about how much he hates Jacobs, but no one else. In pretty much all of his comments where he is not expressing his hatred for Jacobs, he regurgitates Democrat talking points and attacks President Elect Donald Trump as if he is parodying the misinformed losers throwing a hissy over Trump’s election. Lately on IPR he’s been palling around with the Cyberpig, an associate of Jacobs and someone who’s been trolling IPR and other sites for years. Perhaps Tony and Jacobs are both government paid trolls, using their supposed hatred of each other as a smokescreen while they both unleash their trollery. They may even be gay lovers, who met each other at prison and now work at the same government troll center. Whatever it is, both are accusing the other of being a troll, and as they say, “It takes one to know one.”
For the past nine episodes of Thomas L. Knapp’s Knapp Stir Podcast, I have served a pivotal role. In many ways, I should be credited as a producer of the show. A large majority of the content from these past episodes either comes from me directly or my surrogates on topics I want Knapp to discuss. This is done through Knapp’s “Thanks for Asking” threads for which he devotes most of the podcast. Topics I had Knapp discuss included the Thin White Duke David Bowie, 2016 FPP Peace Prize winner and Libertarians for Trump founder Walter Block, conspiracy theorist and possible government agent Andy Jacobs, Cyberpig Paulie Frankel and his failing health, Knapp’s excessive profanity, PLAS Place founder Robert Milnes, and PizzaGate. Although I started off disliking Knapp, he is starting to grow on me. Even though I usually disagree with everything he says, I have begun to enjoy his podcasts. For that reason, I’m proud to be a major contributor.
To better understand this situation, let me go deeper into the backstory.
I first commented on the knappster blog on the October 5 “Thanks for Asking” thread. I asked a question, it was deleted, and I was banned from the site. IPR (from which I and many others are banned) has people like Knapp, who think of me as a terrible person since I dared to be different and challenged libertarian orthodoxy. These people have a hare trigger to ban me where ever I may comment. On October 9, Knapp discussed me (for the first time I believe) on Episode 99 of the Knapp Stir Podcast, and he was particularly nasty. As a result, I wrote an article for the Grand Inquirer called “The Corruption of Thomas L. Knapp,” discussing Knapp’s big ego, failures in politics, and questionable activities as an IPR moderator. Afterwards, Robert Milnes questioned on the October 13 “Thanks for Asking” thread why my October 5 question was censored and left unanswered. Knapp answered Milnes insufficiently and inaccurately. During Episode 100 of the Knapp Stir Podcast, Knapp read Milnes’ question, repeated the answer, and then announced that Milnes had been banned from the site. The next week, as documented at IPR-X, Harry Areola asked a series of questions. In his answer and on Episode 101, Knapp decreed that anyone who discussed me or Robert Milnes would be banned. I continued listening to the podcasts and instructed my surrogates to ask certain questions. I was hoping to find out more about Knapp for new Grand Inquirer story ideas. The only story I formulated in this time period was “Thomas L. Knapp Goes ‘Full-Retard’,” discussing Knapp’s vote for Gary Johnson and subsequent decision to take a photo of his ballot, in effect making a permanent record of his idiocy. Nevertheless, as the episodes went on I realized I was actually enjoying the shows. I began looking forward to Sunday, when the shows came out. I now know that that is because I have had effective control over the content and for that I thank Knapp. I thank Knapp for allowing me to make his show entertaining. For that reason, the knappster blog will now be added to my blogroll.
Enjoy these podcasts for which I should be credited as Producer: