I’m sure by now you’ve heard of the “Million Muslim March” planned in Washington D.C. on 9/11. If you haven’t, you can watch the group’s organizer refusing to denounce hateful groups like the Muslim Brotherhood here. Now in response to the march, a bunch of bikers are planning their own party in DC on 9/11…with two million people. Thousands of America’s patriotic bikers are organizing an enormous counter protest to the planned Million Muslim March on DC this Sept. 11. The Facebook Page, “2 Million Bikers to DC,” has over 18 thousand “likes,” as of Thursday morning and individual state chapters of riders
You can bet that if it looks like the patriot motorcyclists even come close to outnumbering the Muslims, they will reconsider their decision to have the march. Thank God for these patriots. Americans are not the wimps the mainstream media wants you to think they are. Tread carefully, Muslims. We are not Europeans. Don´t ever forget it.
I believe the bikes can be loud - - and a lot of them very loud - - and if there are a whole lot of them, it might drown out the sounds eminating from the congregating muzzies (who hide in schools and ´churches´ and wear womens clothing because they are such pussies)
Perhaps there is still some hope for this country after all. At least "bikers" stand up for what is right "God. Country even Apple pie", without having to take a "poll" first. This so-called-million-muslim-march will now be worth the price of admission! Let´s see the leftist-anti-American-"msm" propagandize this!
The so-called "Million Muslim March" is the latest example of super-heated Muslim rhetoric backed by inversely impotent action.
Recall Hussein´s (that would Saddam, not Barack) claim that the fight in Iraq would be "the Mother of all Battles". Pfft.
The innumerable protests in Iran and the Palestinian territories against Israel and the US promise untold ruin, but these protests are mostly for internal consumption.
These protests are so common that they´ve lost all relevance. It´s like the protesters pack their lunch every day, head down and do their chants / flag burnings. Head home, where their spouses ask, "How was your day hunny?".
Bikers have stayed quiet, stayed out of our sick socialistic media. Now these quiet do not tread on me patriots can explode against all media lies without having to say a word. They can have thousands of beer and barbeque events, offer shredded pork all around and carry large photos of bikers Marlon Brando, Peter Fonda and Dennis Hopper.
Gen.Custer was not a bad guy. He was a militia cavalry general during the War for Southern Independence and was quite good at it. After the war, he reverted to his regular rank of Lt Colonel and proved to be a superb tactician in the Indian wars (which were largely a guerilla war). He is best known for the massive defeat where half of his command (including him) was wiped out at the Greasy Grass River (Little Big Horn). The natives would not fight unless they had a large numerical advantage so the only way for the small US Army to defeat them was to ride into their villages and capture the people there causing the warriors to surrender (fearing for the safety of their families and the loss of supplies). This tactic is often derided today but people don´t seem to understand that those were different times and the natives were waging a genocide war against Americans (actually, this was their normal way of making war even against enemy tribes; no quarter was expected or asked for and surprised villages were usually annihilated with most everyone caught) - the probable base of your "bad guy" theme. Troops were often poorly trained new immigrants and tended to take revenge when they had the upper hand so atrocity led to atrocity. GA Custer was just a soldier doing is job in the prescribed manner - certainly not a "bad guy".
#18...you are right, it is a sight to behold. April of each year the Traveling Wall (replica of the Vietnam Wall of D.C.) goes to Melbourne Fla. It remains there for a week and nearly 10,000 attend yearly at the Vietnam Veterans Reunion.
The escort starts in Cocoa, goes across the causeway to Cocoa Beach, down A1A to the Pineda Causeway and back across to US 1 and then to Wickham Park where the Wall remains for a week. They have so many bikers escorting the Wall there that as the lead bikers are returning to the mainland there are still bikers crossing the Cocoa Causeway at the end of the parade (a distance of approx 5 or 6 miles).
People need to remember many of these bikers and groups are Vietnam Vets and are extremely patriotic. in all the events they attend, it is always peaceful and respectful. However, I have no doubts if push came to shove, they´d be some fierce warriors.
Obama & company plus the Media better tread cautiously if they try to paint them as "right wing extremist".
Keep in mind that it is bikers who make up the Patriot Guard, the organization that attends funerals of fallen military and protects the proceedings from sickos like the Westboro gang. God bless the bikers!
No. 22 and 27 are right on! Re: The Patriot Guard - I attended a funeral where these bikers stood as silent sentinels all along the sidewalk as the mourners entered the church. I don´t know if there was any threats of Phelps´ crew showing up, but just having these men quietly stand guard was so comforting. I knew a couple of the guys who were Viet Nam vets & they are NOT the kind that tolerate any monkey business.
Please note you read this here first: On the day these rallies occur, the muzzies will blow up themselves and their intended infidel (innocents) targets, but it will be the motorcycle riders labeled as aggressors, instigators, and the reason why they did it...
Based on some of the replies, the word, "bikers" is conjuring up all sorts of images. I´ve owned a bike of one type or another since 1973. Having been partial to English bikes (Norton, Triumph, BSA) in my earlier riding days and having passed my middle years riding Japanese bikes (Honda, Suzuki, Yahama, Kawasaki) I´m currently on my third Harley Davidson and I´d estimate that over half of the HD owners in my region of Texas are middle aged professionals and successful businessmen. Yes, there is also some muscle.
The majority of the large and diverse group who own and ride motorcycles are also veterans and the mean age I would guess to be 45. These folks are most often the type to stop and help you change your tire. By and large, this crowd isn´t easily pushed or intimidated as aside from a tendency toward physical strength, there is a lot of economic and political power in the loosely collective group known as "bikers."
I look forward for the chance to rally; to stand, ride, or fight. Doing something to overcome the paralyzing inertia of seeing your country´s traditions, principles, and vital institutions subverted seems awfully healthy to me.
By the way #5, the NSA doesn´t cavort around in armored vehicles; they will be well represented in a group of patriotic bikers. The institution known as the NSA is being subverted for political purposes by subversive politicians but there are some fine Americans working within.
Funny thing--when I was a kid in the 70s, "bikers" tended to be kind of anti-establishment hippie types, not what we were calling ´patriots" at the time. now they seem to have supplanted the truckers and construction workers as the most visible patriots. Funny the way things change.
movies are being made all over the USA now, Dallas, New Orleans, Florida, Nevada, AA, and this is the best introduction to making new bike movies in many years. Time for Peter Fonda, Roger Corman, Jack Nicholson to get out of town, start a biker film or two. The new western, Dirty Harry on a Bike. Sylvester Stallone, Jet Li, Bruce Willis, so many action stars together would make the biker movies of the decade. Bikers connect to patriotism. Truckers, who feed us, have been rough talking, funny, hard working outsiders since that bunch of Bert Reynolds smash hits. Fast Country Western music, the open highways. Bikers, truckers, sadly no athletes. They just don´t talk freedom or morality..... non political. Time to wake up Scott Walker cleaned up unionized Wisconsin. Chris Christie sounded sensational until he put his arms around Nobama. Rick Perry looked like the perfect, experienced leader, but like Mitt, said NOTHING worthy of his own highly patriotic accomplishments. Bikers are our new trigger, the lightening rod to reality, emerging out of frightening silent Washington greed and theft, all backed up by brutally dishonest press and TV news actors. Go to it bikers and start making non Hollywood, non communist, non socialist film THAT will wake up ALL of America.. Keep the Tom Hanks, George Clooneys out of this new excitement.
Interesting how this diverted into Custer vs. the Indians. Attitudinal ethnic sentiments can change so much over short periods of time (150 years is pretty short history-wise). As I (amateur historian) recall the history, Custer was warned by his Indian scouts not to advance and did anyway, despite having more troops (galloping with Reno and Benteen in other directions) and firepower (two Gattlin guns, I think), that could have been arranged in such a way as to lure the Indians into a deadly ambush. He was overly ambitious and had little intelligence (information about the array of the enemy, not his mental faculties). And his wife embellished his "last stand" for so many decades of "history."
Bikers vs. ragheads? No contest. The ragheads will be shamed. If their "moderates" are incapable of condemning atrocities such as school girls being massacred, they obviously (at least to those who perceive right from wrong) have no virtue.
Jane Fonda could be welcome to attend... (btw, I´ve met her... she´s kinda tiny)... if she would ride on the back of her bro´s bike... dressed and made up as her latest role for TV or movie... the great Nancy Reagan... but I doubt bro Peter Fonda will be there...
If we were certain the muzzies would be blowing themselves and others to shreds... We should invite NYC mayoral candidate Peter Fondle... aka Weiner... and hope that he takes it on the chin...
On the Custer discussion, including horses versus ponies, etc.... Remember how Left Coast Hollywood nut Kevin Costner said in "Dances With Wolves" that the horrible white man decimated the wonderful Lakota Indian horse culture... ? BWA HA HA!
All horses and ponies in North America were imports... imported by White Europeans... horses are not native to the Americas... Any Lakota horse culture was a Europeanization of "Native Americans"... who were originally from Asia anyway... the Indians were all Stone Age pedestrians whose guns, ammo, liquor and horses were the "gifts" of the White Man!
And someone mentioned camels... Saw something recently to the effect that camels actually evolved in North America... let me go look that up for what it´s worth!
This 9/11 Rally in DC sounds like Karmageddon! May the better American side win!
> The area where the bikers gather will be spotless when they leave, while the area where the muzzies gather will be strewn with trash of all kinds.
> Regardless of the actual numbers of people attending the 2 events, the MSM will claim that the muzzie turnout was bigger.
> The muzzies will be portrayed by the MSM as victims and will be provided with police protection due to the “numerous threats of violence and death” that they receive from the bikers. However, if anyone tracks down any of the supposed threats, they will be found to have been posted by liberal activists trying to make the bikers into the bad guys.
> In spite of the actual words of the Koran and the countless acts of violent terrorism carried out by its devoted followers, during their speeches on 9/11, the muzzies will repeatedly claim that Islam is “a religion of peace”; and the MSM will repeat that lie without questioning its veracity.
> Barack Hussein Obama, Valerie Jarrett and Huma Abedin will not be rooting for the bikers.
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