Will Williams wrote:
Will Williams wrote:...My call for others to comment has otherwise fallen on deaf ears. Anyone with a Facebook account can easily do what Eugene Mattecheck did, here:
Eugene Mattecheck Jr.
Eugene Mattecheck Jr. This group is nothing more than a bunch of "Virtue Signalers." The put multi-lingual signs in their front yards, then gather together to shout vulgar slogans in the name of love.
You can bet Eugene isn't the only Quad-City resident who has had a bellyful of Rabbi Jay and the SPLC telling him who to love and who to hate. Anyone who hits the link I put up there, that's still there today, will get a good dose of truth that controlled media will not give him.
A new qconline anti-White article already:
Billboard campaign hopes to stem the tide of hate
16 hrs ago
DAVENPORT — Climate change is at the core of the One Human Family billboard campaign popping up around the Quad-Cities.
The group's co-founder Rev. Rich Hendricks, of the Metropolitan Community Church of the Quad Cities, said the campaign's idea is to improve the climate in the Quad-Cities.
Dr. Lisa Zaynab Killinger, Rev. Rich Hendricks, and Tracy White, pose for a photo in front of a One Human Family billboard Friday along West 53rd Street in Davenport. The billboard is one of 10 billboards posted throughout the Quad-Cities.MEG MCLAUGHLINemail@example.com
One Human Family's mission is to protect the life and dignity of everyone in the Quad-Cities.
It's designed to "combat hate," he said.
"After a bleak winter, we felt it was perfect timing to develop a 10-week, 10-billboard campaign against hate and stand up to racism," he said.
Billboards were created March 31 by Lamar Outdoor Advertising, Hendricks said.
They feature three messages: Coexist, Love — One Human Family and a multicolored heart design.
The billboards appear in various Moline, Rock Island, Davenport and Bettendorf locations, Hendricks said.
The campaign costs about $3,000, but an anonymous donor pledged a matching grant.
"We would love to expand this campaign," Hendricks said. "We have lots of different ideas for signs."
The billboards were an exciting dream come true, Hendricks said.
"To see a positive message for me as a gay man was amazing," he said. "To look up at a billboard designed for me was a long time in the making."
Expressions of hate, including violent ones, have been occurring with greater frequency around the world, including within our own country, Hendricks said.
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center website - "The number of hate groups operating across America rose to a record high – 1,020 – in 2018."
"There even is one such hate group, called the National Alliance, operating in the Quad-Cities that frequently pass out flyers.
Co-founder Rabbi Henry Karp said "we want to be able to say of the Quad-Cities, ‘Hate Has No Home here.’ "
Recently, Hendricks discovered that a Latino citizen who has lived in the the area for many generations was "told to go back to Mexico."
Restrooms at St. Ambrose University were victims of suffering from graffiti laced racial slurs, Hendricks added.
"That's just not who we are," he said. "We have no illusions that just these billboards will eliminate hate here, but we hope the positive messages will inspire people to stand up and speak out when they encounter hate-based speech or activities."
For information or to donate, visit onehumanfamilyqca.org or facebook.com/onehumanfamilyqca.
The campaign coincides with a 2nd annual symposium titled "Responding to the Many Faces of Hate," to be held beginning at 9 a.m., Saturday, April 13, at the Eastern Iowa Community College Urban Campus, in downtown Davenport.
Register through “Eventbrite," Hendricks said.
Workshops on all forms of hate will be discussed thoroughly, he said.
Special commemorative T-shirts also will be sold during the symposium.
Ok, all you Facebookers, here's you opportunity to do something useful with your account.
Talk about Fake News! There's no tide of hate in Q-C, except maybe from these paranoid local rabbis who see every White person who has had a bellyful of anti-White controlled media calling a perfectly legitimate organization like the National Alliance that advocates for the interests of the American White majority a "hate group." Mr. Mattecheck is correct: https://nationalvanguard.org/.../quad-cities-splc-anti.../
Watching the watchdogs: https://www.amren.com/.../splc-2013-still-no-minorities.../
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Eugene Mattecheck Jr.
The SPLC is a hate group.
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