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Video: Armed Black Militia Group NFAC Marches At KKK “Stronghold” – Creates “Reparations” Checkpoint

A large group of armed protesters on Saturday marched through Georgia’s Stone Mountain Park, calling for the park’s massive Confederate carving to be removed.

The predominantly Black demonstrators spoke out against the huge sculpture depicting Gen. Robert E. Lee, Confederate President Jefferson Davis and Gen. Thomas J. “Stonewall” Jackson, WXIA-TV reported. Carved into a granite mountain, the bas-relief sculpture is the largest Confederate monument ever crafted.

Many took to social media to respond to the presence of the militia group that called themselves the Not F**king Around Coalition (NFAC). While some applauded the NFAC for its move, others decried the presence of so many weapons.


Some videos posted on Twitter shows a different picture of the so-called peaceful protesters:
Here are the militants entering Georgia:

More videos:

No whites allowed:

They created “reparations” checkpoint:

One Twitter user pointed out that this “reparation” checkpoint is illegal and the police didn’t do anything about it, he tweeted:

So the video doesn’t show the REAL STORY-off in the distance is GA STATE PATROL & STONE MTN POLICE . the entire area had cops there. This was a protest that had permits lmao . But the reparations checkpoint was down the road . I live by kemp and his GSP guards told me

Another Twitter user reacted:

Watch the first part of this to hear what they are doing:

Although the park has historically been a gathering spot for white supremacists, the city of Stone Mountain nowadays has a majority-Black population.

The park usually holds a Fourth of July laser show and fireworks display with the carving as a backdrop, but this year’s presentation was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

After the mountain was complete, a “neo-Confederate theme park” emerged around the area, including a plantation house, and a ‘Gone With the Wind’ museum, according to the Atlanta History Center. Since then, KKK members have gathered annually at Stone Mountain to hold rallies, according to The New York Times.