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Maricopa Black Foot Soldier Geronimo Adanandus

The Marco Zachary Reparations Protest (UPDATE): Daring Reparations Protester Marion Anthony Patterson Pleads Guilty to 2nd Degree Murder; “We esteem brother Patterson as the hero & Marco Zachary, who lived as a privileged pig, as the criminal. As Arizona has yet to make restitution for her generational race crimes against our people, we are thankful repara-tions offender Zachary can no longer deny our Holocaust & flagrantly flaunt his kind’s racial criminality before our people’s eyes.” Maricopa Black Foot Soldier Geronimo Adanandus; Arizona Soldiers Condemn Dan Marco (Dad’s) Hypocritical Characterization of the Zachary Marco Family as “Family of Civil Rights Activists” While Supporting Denial of Reparations

PG-13 – Why some Consider My Son’s Killers, Heroes:

Part of my journey, my evolution, is dealing with particularly upsetting moments in the months after Zachary’s murder.  I do not mean, in any sense, to fan the flames of prejudice, that is NOT my intent.  The website shown above, and others, are now a part of my psyche, a part what I am recovering from, a part, now, of who I am. The photo above, with my son’s face between and behind the two men who killed him, haunts me. Can you imagine, sitting at your computer, researching the media coverage of your son’s death, trying to see what the rest of the world saw, and this, this is what you stumble on.  Your son’s murderers proclaimed a hero by a percentage of the African-American community, in the war for reparations.  The creators of this blog, The National Black Soldier Network, posted this on the same day the Tempe Police announced the arrest; the one month anniversary of my son’s brutal death, two minutes after the press conference. (By Daniel Marco, Zach’s father) (Source)

“It is wondrously amazing that of all his kind’s unrestituted for racial atrocities committed against the world’s family of the people of color that the death of his generational race criminal son would be part of his psyche, part of what he is recovering from and part of who he is,” Maricopa Black Foot Soldier Geronimo Adanandus is quoted as saying in response to Zach’s father’s discourse.  “Had he been motivated by the sickness he should have had for his kind’s racial atrocities against us, fought for this cause and taught his apparently racially selfish son the truth about their kind’s race crimes and refusal to make restitution for them, Zachary might not have been the white American pig he was, attacked brothers Harper and Patterson with violent Trans Atlantic Slave Trade reparations denial and, ultimately, forcing them to defend themselves. Daniel’s comments make it sound like he doesn’t know that he is a reparations offender too.”

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