Timothy M Proffitt
591 Redmon Rd Paris, KY 40361-8829.
(859) 987-6015. Age: 50-54 …
Rumor has it this scumbag works at a HIGH SCHOOL?????
Carolyn S Proffitt (53)
Phillip Profitt (24)
Amy M Profitt (37)
More to come…
LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WDRB Fox 41) — Outside the Conway-Paul debate, a Rand Paul supporter pulled the woman’s blonde wig off and stomped on her head. She was representing the liberal organization MoveOn.org and claimed to be presenting Paul with an award from RepubliCorp. That’s a group created by MoveOn.org that focuses on what it calls the merger between corporate America and the Republican Party.
“I’m here to present Rand Paul with the ‘Employee of the Month’ award, however his supporters were not very nice to me and my message which is same as everyone else. I got my head stepped on and I have a bit of a headache,” said Lauren Valle, MoveOn.org.
The woman denied police were involved, but right afterwards officers pulled her aside to question her about the incident.
According to WTVQ, an assault charge has been filed, but there have been no arrests.
Blue Bluegrass has photographs of the man in the plaid shirt who is clearly seen holding down Lauren Valle as his co-attacker stomps on her head and neck.
Bring these brutal pigs to justice immediately!
UPDATE: Barefoot and Progressive has identified the stomper as Tim Profitt, Rand Paul’s Bourbon County coordinator. Profitt recently admitted to the attack by way of an “apology” issued to the Associated Press. Of course, he’s claiming the video makes it look “worse than it really was”, as if there is such a thing as a nice way to repeatedly stomp on the head and neck of a woman who’s being held down on the ground. Profitt is not only a monster, he’s a complete and total buffoon, if his statement to the press is any indication.
Tim Profitt, a volunteer with the Republican’s U.S. Senate campaign, told The Associated Press on Tuesday that the camera angle made the scuffle Monday night appear worse that it was. He criticized police for not stepping in and says other supporters warned authorities about the activist.
“Gosh, the video of me stomping on a woman’s head and neck wasn’t nearly as bad as it looks, and the police didn’t do their job because they didn’t arrest the woman whose head I was FORCED to stomp!”
TPM has more. Now, who’s the oaf who held her down? Maybe he’ll make a similarly boneheaded statement to the press.
We have made a new friend at the IWW, the Industrial Workers of the World union!
Our new friend, Mike B, has been doing some pretty impressive things as of late, and we would like to point out his blog “Wobbly Times” along with some pretty cool articles from them taking a stand against fascism.
Here are some lead-ins with links…
Jul 29, 2009
Fascism demands hierarchical, political obedience to the authority of the leader. What was demoralizingly decadent in the liberal democratic Weimar Republic was the lack of a ‘Fuehrerprinzip’ (leader principle). …
Nov 27, 2009
Fascism would be in the upper right hand corner and bureaucratic socialism in the upper left hand corner. Liberal capitalist democracy would be to the right of the centre point and the liberal social democracy on the left side of the …
Apr 28, 2010
Fascism is an epithet thrown around a lot by politicos. I think it’s best to go to the source for a definition of what fascism is/was. Fascism isn’t just any sort of authoritarian rule, it’s a specific form of dictatorship which has …
Please give his blog a visit!
Last year we posted up a video by our brother site One People’s Project of the Leif Ericson Day celebration with PA’s Keystone State Skinheads, tradition they have been keeping up since 2007.
This year One People’s Project was ready to cover this yearly pro-racist event, and here is the video:
Rich Iott is the tea party-endorsed Republican nominee for congress from Ohio, and his favorite past-time seems to be playing dress up fetishist as a soldier in Josef Mengele’s Waffen SS division, re-enacting battles and living it up like it was 1943.(KINKY!) The Atlantic has more.
Iott, whose district lies in Northwest Ohio, was involved with a group that calls itself Wiking, whose members are devoted to re-enacting the exploits of an actual Nazi division, the 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking, which fought mainly on the Eastern Front during World War II. Iott’s participation in the Wiking group is not mentioned on his campaign’s website, and his name and photographs were removed from the Wiking website.
When contacted by The Atlantic, Iott confirmed his involvement with the group over a number of years, but said his interest in Nazi Germany was historical and he does not subscribe to the tenets of Nazism. “No, absolutely not,” he said. “In fact, there’s a disclaimer on the [Wiking] website. And you’ll find that on almost any reenactment website. It’s purely historical interest in World War II.”
“These guys don’t know their history,” said Charles W. Sydnor, Jr., a retired history professor and author of “Soldiers of Destruction: The SS Death’s Head Division, 1933-45,” which chronicles an SS division. “They have a sanitized, romanticized view of what occurred.” Sydnor added that re-enactments like the Wiking group’s are illegal in Germany and Austria. “If you were to put on an SS uniform in Germany today, you’d be arrested.”
The following part is most notable for the NS idiots from Eastern Europe, who apparently have no sense of history:
“What you often hear is that the [Wiking] division was never formally accused of anything, but that’s kind of a dodge,” says Prof. Rob Citino, of the Military History Center at the University of North Texas, who examined the Wiking website. “The entire German war effort in the East was a racial crusade to rid the world of ‘subhumans,’ Slavs were going to be enslaved in numbers of tens of millions. And of course the multimillion Jewish population of Eastern Europe was going to be exterminated altogether. That’s what all these folks were doing in the East. It sends a shiver up my spine to think that people want to dress up and play SS on the weekend.”
In the continuing war between greedy capitalist copyright organizations and the common user of the internet, Anonymous struck Spain today, targeting the Sociedad General de Autores y Editores (SGAE), the Ministry of Culture (MCU) and Productores de Música de España (Promusicae). SGAE was taken down before the raids were scheduled to begin, Promusicae is currently loading incredibly slowly and MCU is wholly offline.
Anonymous has issued the following statement:
“Paying the government for digital media is ridiculous. The artist who makes music wants to be paid. Music labels want their fair share for producing, watchdogs want their share and thanks to the Spanish Ministry of Culture, the government assumes an additional profit. The result is an extraordinary high price for music, or a minimal fee for the artist (the one that should be rewarded instead!). The SGAE has as slogan “Believe in culture”, while they restrict new creativity by preventing that creativity is shared. They lobbied this Canon Law, which states that suspected piracy websites can be taken down without a court order. This is a danger to freedom of speech, since any site can just be taken down with the excuse that intellectual property is hosted. The “Ministerio of Cultura” should get a message that their current course will only lead to more controversy and protest.”
Spanish television has also reported on the attack. (en Español)
Anonymous’ plans of attacking the website of London-based copyright attorneys Gallant Macmillan were abruptly put on hold today, as the target chose to take down their own site rather than weather the deluge from the Anonymous packet storm. The target was quickly migrated to the website of the British nightclub and record label Ministry of Sound. This site went down with ease and as of this posting, remains down.
Anonymous claims that this raid is due to the Ministry of Sound’s position as the top client of Gallant Macmillan. This attack adds to the weeks of electronic civil disobedience waged by anonymous internet users as a means of voicing outrage over draconian enforcement of badly-written copyright laws drafted by the music industry.