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Colerain Township honors first responders to mass shooting at gender reveal party


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Ireland Honors Mass Murderer With Postage Stamp

Among the many things the Irish (especially in the U.S.) are NOT infamous for is their dim-wittedness, party-poopery and cowardice. 

Yet Ireland celebrated the 50th anniversary of Ernest “Che” Guevara’s death last week by issuing a commemorative postage stamp bearing the terrorist mass-murderer’s famous picture. 

Che Guevara’s first decree when his “rebels” captured the town of Sancti Spiritus in central Cuba during the last days of the skirmishing against Batista’s army outlawed alcohol, gambling and regulated relations between the sexes—conditions not exactly conducive to a festive St Paddy’s Day. Popular outcry and Fidel’s sharp political sense made Ireland’s new hero grudgingly rescind his order.  

“I have no home, no woman, no parents, no brothers and no friends,” wrote this new hero of Ireland in his diaries. “My friends are friends only so long as they think as I do politically.” Luckily Tip O’Neill and Ronald Reagan’s joint St Paddy’s

Read more at: http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/268148/ireland-honors-mass-murderer-postage-stamp-humberto-fontova

Ireland Honors Mass Murderer With Postage Stamp | Frontpage Mag

Among the many things the Irish (especially in the U.S.) are NOT infamous for is their dim-wittedness, party-poopery and cowardice. 

Yet Ireland celebrated the 50th anniversary of Ernest “Che” Guevara’s death last week by issuing a commemorative postage stamp bearing the terrorist mass-murderer’s famous picture. 

Che Guevara’s first decree when his “rebels” captured the town of Sancti Spiritus in central Cuba during the last days of the skirmishing against Batista’s army outlawed alcohol, gambling and regulated relations between the sexes—conditions not exactly conducive to a festive St Paddy’s Day. Popular outcry and Fidel’s sharp political sense made Ireland’s new hero grudgingly rescind his order.  

“I have no home, no woman, no parents, no brothers and no friends,” wrote this new hero of Ireland in his diaries. “My friends are friends only so long as they think as I do politically.” Luckily Tip O’Neill and Ronald Reagan’s joint St Paddy’s

Read more at: http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/268148/ireland-honors-mass-murderer-postage-stamp-humberto-fontova

Irish Government Honors Mass Murderer Che Guevara with Commemorative 50th Anniversary Stamp

The Irish government has a bizarre history of honoring marxist murderer Ernesto “Che” Guevara as a son of Ireland. Most recently, the Irish mail service An Post plastered his face on a stamp in honor of the 50th anniversary of the Cuban Revolution totalitarian’s death this coming Monday October, 9th, 2017.

An Post is the equivalent of the United States Postal Service. Che Guevara’s father, Ernesto Guevara Lynch, was actually a civil engineer of Irish descent. 

An Post is using the infamous portrait of Che Guevara that was created by Dublin artist Jim Fitzpatrick to highlight the revolutionary’s Irish roots. The stamp is accompanied by an envelop that has a quote from Guevara Lynch, saying “in my son’s veins flowed the blood of Irish rebels.”

This is not the first time the Irish government proudly claimed the mass murderer as one of their own.

Earlier this month the Irish

Read more at: https://townhall.com/tipsheet/timothymeads/2017/10/08/irish-mail-service-offers-stamps-honoring-marxist-thug-che-guevara-n2392261

PLO youth camp honors mass-murderer

A summer camp run by Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud Abbas’ Fatah faction has been named for one of the most notorious terrorists of the past half-century, a mass-murdererss responsible for a terror attack which left 37 Israelis dead and more than 70 wounded.

This summer, Fatah opened the “Martyr Dalal Mughrabi Camp”, named after the Fatah terrorist who helped organize and led the 1978 Coastal Road Massacre in which 12 Israeli children and 25 adults were slaughtered.

According to the Palestinian Media Watch organization, which tracks anti-Semitic incitement in the PA, the Palestinian Authority’s Ministry of Culture endorsed the Dalal Mughrabi Camp, praised by the PA’s official mouthpiece, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida, as a place which helped to create “an educated and aware generation.”

“The [PA] Ministry of Culture office in the Salfit district visited the summer camps in Yasuf, with some of the most prominent of them being the Martyr Dalal Mughrabi Camp under

Read more at: http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/233754

Fresh Ideas contest winner honors mass shooting victims in solo exhibit


A Flower Mound painter discusses mass shootings with tears in her eyes, and her passion spills onto the canvases at her solo show “Targets.”

Eilene Carver, a professional artist and teacher, won the 2016 Fresh Ideas contest, a juried show hosted by the Visual Art League of Lewisville. The first-place winner of the show receives a $1,000 prize and their own art show the following summer in the Main Gallery of the Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater.

Carver has always been bothered by school shootings, she said. It started in 1989 with the Cleveland Elementary School massacre in Stockton, California.

“I was in grad school [at UC Berkeley], and it was the first time I had ever heard of a school shooting. This school was about 30 to 40 minutes away from UC Berkeley,”

Read more at: https://www.lewisvilletexan.com/news/news/local-news/fresh-ideas-contest-winner-honors-mass-shooting-victims-in-solo-exhibit/

Fresh Ideas contest winner honors mass shooting victims in solo …


A Flower Mound painter discusses mass shootings with tears in her eyes, and her passion spills onto the canvases at her solo show “Targets.”

Eilene Carver, a professional artist and teacher, won the 2016 Fresh Ideas contest, a juried show hosted by the Visual Art League of Lewisville. The first-place winner of the show receives a $1,000 prize and their own art show the following summer in the Main Gallery of the Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater.

Carver has always been bothered by school shootings, she said. It started in 1989 with the Cleveland Elementary School massacre in Stockton, California.

“I was in grad school [at UC Berkeley], and it was the first time I had ever heard of a school shooting. This school was about 30 to 40 minutes away from UC Berkeley,”

Read more at: https://www.lewisvilletexan.com/news/news/local-news/fresh-ideas-contest-winner-honors-mass-shooting-victims-in-solo-exhibit/