Sick: BLM Activists Destroy This Iconic Memorial On D-Day Anniversary

(Tea Party 247) – Outrage and unrest is spreading around the world, apparently, and making just about as much sense overseas as it is at home.

This weekend is the 76th anniversary of the D-Day landings on the shores of Normandy, France, when thousands of men, some not much older than 16 and 17, selflessly and bravely braved the enemy forces to carry out one of the greatest military victories over pure evil in world history.

Whether you are a pink-haired feminist or blue-blooded American patriot, you should be able to appreciate the enormous sacrifice made that day to keep us all safe from fascism.

Antifa terrorists, take note.

D-Day is what real anti-fascism looks like.

Of course, moderns with absolutely no sense of basic history only seem to be aware of what’s happened in the last, like, five years.

Like overzealous Black Lives Matter protesters who just vandalized the statue of the great D-Day era Prime Minister of the UK, Sir Winston Churchhill.

Despite Churchhill having basically nothing to do with incidents of police brutality in the US in the 2020’s.

Breitbart reports:

Health Secretary Matt Hancock and Home Secretary Priti Patel — whose department has a wide remit including policing, border control, and national security — had warned against today’s protest in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and associated lockdown regulations, which up until now have been enforced with zeal by the authorities.

Black Lives Matter activists have ignored these warnings, however, with the number of protesters in Parliament Square continuing to swell as of the time of this article’s publication, and the statue erected to the memory of Britain’s war-time leader there already defaced with “ACAB” graffiti — short for “All Coppers Are Bastards”.

Footage shared on social media shows one unidentified man, seemingly not a protester, incensed by the “disgusting” act, and warning the police he will “get all the football lads” out to guard the statue — suggesting it could become a flashpoint later on in the protest.

At the last London demonstration, police were targeted, some even chased through the streets and smashed to the ground and assaulted outside the gates guarding the Prime Minister’s official residence on Downing Street.

This was in spite of the fact that some of the officers actually kneeled in submission to the protesters at several points during the demonstration.

Other symbols of Britain’s war-time sacrifice were also targeted, such as the Cenotaph monument which honors fallen Brits abroad and a monument to the former empire at Whitehall.

Just as a reminder, this was a city that was under constant siege by the Nazis in the 40s. Young people of that era had to worry about getting to a bomb shelter in time.