#FYF911 Protest in Stone Mountain Fizzles Badly
#FYF911, a black militant group that bills itself as "the most powerful movement in the the world right now," was supposed to hold a massive flag-burning protest in Stone Mountain, Georgia, on Friday.
As PJ Media reported on Thursday, black supremacist "King Noble" made the announcement on YouTube last week, promising that "we, the people, are psychologically and physically breaking free of the imperialist, colonialist, and racist empires by burning representations starting on September 11th 2015." The organizers' goal was to trigger "the end of U.S. imperialist white supremacy."
One #FYF911 supporter, Nocturnus Libertus, tweeted that 2500 protesters came out to Stone Mountain on Friday, with dozens of police cars and MRAPs there to greet them.
"The cops are in full riot gear and advancing toward the crowd," she tweeted.
But according to Weasel Zippers, Nocturnus unfortunately had some technical difficulties so she couldn’t load any of the pictures or videos.
The sad truth is that only eight people showed up for their measly anti-flag protest.
And it wasn't long before they were sent home with their tails between their legs.