“Peace and Justice” = Surrender
Any time a group uses the words “Peace and Justice” in their name, you can be sure that they have absolutely nothing to do with either.
The latest disgusting action by the “Peace and Justice” crowd—a display of white flags at a veterans’ cemetery in Maine. And the Associated Press is happy to help promote their sick agenda, by referring to symbols of surrender as “peace flags:” Protesters Try to Remove Maine Peace Flags. (Hat tip: Rayra.)
WATERVILLE, Maine - Protesters led by a veterans post tried to remove a flag display placed by peace activists at a veterans cemetery, and five were charged with criminal trespass.
The display remained intact Friday, Veterans Day, despite a threat by at least one of the protesters to return later to finish yanking up the flags.
The display of 2,000 white flags, meant to remember U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq, was set up at Veterans Memorial Park cemetery Oct. 30 under a permit issued to Waterville Area Bridges for Peace and Justice.
Members of the local Veterans of Foreign Wars post complained, saying they wanted the flags removed before Veterans Day. The permit allows the flags to remain in place until the first snowfall.