(Gloucestercitynews.net)STONE MOUNTAIN, GEORGIA--A large group of heavily armed black militants marched on Stone Mountain Park, located just outside of Atlanta, Georgia on Independence Day, Saturday, July 4. Leaders of the group challenged white people in the area to either come out and fight or join them in demonstrating against the government reported Newsweek. Police estimated the numbers of armed militia in the march range between several hundred to 1,000.
Park officials said the Black militia group was peaceful, orderly and escorted by police as they called for the removal of the country's largest Confederate monument near Atlanta.
Videos posted to social media show the group, the "Not F**king Around Coalition" (NFAC), meeting at the massive nine-story quartz sculpting that depicts former Confederate president Jefferson Davis and Southern generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
Stone Mountain Monument is tied to the birth of the Ku Klux Klan and has more recently been the site of white nationalist rallies. Leaders of the militia frequently halted the protest to challenge local white supremacists and far-right Second Amendment advocates to "stop hiding." (source Wikipedia)
"I don't see no white militia, the boogie [boogaloo] boys, the three percenters and all the rest of these scared-ass rednecks. We here, where the f**k you at? We're in your house," one combative militant said into a PA system during the Stone Mountain Park march, according to Newsweek
John Bankhead, a spokesman for the Stone Mountain Memorial Association, said the protests were orderly and acknowledged the Confederate monument is frequently used as a meeting place for far right-wing militia.
Over 800 feet tall and a mile and a half wide, (below) the site draws some 4 million visitors a year. They come in part to see a huge bas-relief covering the northern face of the mountain that depicts three legendary leaders of the Confederacy – Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson and Jefferson Davis -- all astride horses, each holding a hat over his heart.
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