The young, handsome owner of an Omaha bar who was charged with manslaughter for whacking a rioter that attacked him took his own life. Jake Gardner, whose defense GoFundMe was shut down, was found dead by suicide. [Link] [Update: apparent suicide]
It’s all related, connected. Revolutionary communism, today, is bubbling up in the form of Antifa/BLM rioters that operate under the protection of radical local D.A.s, and more generally the antiwhite agitation, on up through the globalist networks and Lucifer’s servants themselves. History is very alive, its pulse beats deafeningly just next to your ear. It’s never arcane, boring, irrelevant, dead.
One example is the Cursed Soldiers, or Żołnierze wyklęci. They were members of the Armia Krajowa (Home Army) underground who continued resisting the Soviet occupation of Poland after 1944 when the AK had formally disbanded, and on into the 1950s. Their guerilla operations focused on killing NKVD agents who operated on Polish soil and attacks on detention facilities to free anti-communist prisoners. They were highly effective. Some called them “wolves.” They were also the most tragic of men and women, officially held in contempt as criminals until recently. Many of them were executed shortly after the war.
How history never dies. During WWII, Danuta Siedzikówna, pseudonim “Inka,” joined the Home Army at age 15 while under German occupation and trained as a medic. She was raised by her grandmother, as her father had been sent to Siberia by the Soviets and her mother was arrested by the Hitlerite occupant, tortured and murdered. Inka kept her allegiance to the Home Army after the Soviets entered Polish territory. In 1946 she was arrested on false charges under the new Stalinist regime and shot at age 17:
The last minutes of her life are known from the testimony of Father Marian Prusak, the priest-chaplain called to give “Inka” and “Zagończyk” the last rites. According to Father Prusak both prisoners were calm before their execution. Siedzikówna, after taking the Sacrament of Penance, asked the priest to inform her family of her death and gave him their address. Afterward the two were executed in the basement of the prison, tied to wooden stakes. They both refused blindfolds. When the prosecutor gave the order for the execution squad to fire, both prisoners simultaneously shouted (in Polish) “Long Live Poland!” She remained alive and the coup de grâce was delivered by Franciszek Sawicki (other members of the firing squad refused to do so) [Infogalactic]
History is alive: last year, before he unsuccessfully ran for president of Poland with the left wing, pro-rainbow, pro-EU party Civic Platform, Warsaw’s mayor Rafał Trzaskowski changed a city’s street named after Inka to something else. Our adversaries pay attention; nothing of the past is unimportant to them. Nor is it to us. There was a public outcry, by the way, and the street went back to being named after Inka.
Jake Gardner and the Cursed Soldiers, what could they possibly have in common? It’s this: (((communists))) lust for the destruction of the best of the targeted country. The memory of the fallen must be kept alive by the rest of us.
Zbigniew Herbert’s poem “Wilki,” or Wolves, is about the Cursed Soldiers. Musical interpretation with their photos in the video. My translation:
Because they lived by the law of the wolf
history is mum about them
all that’s left of them is traces of urine
and wolf’s pawprints in the snow
Faster than a treacherous bullet in the back
vengeful despair hit the heart
they drank moonshine, ate misery
to reconcile with their fates
“Brooding” will never become an agronomist
and “Dawn” – an accountant
“Marusia” – a mother, “Thunder” – a poet
a sprinkle of snow greys their young heads
not mourned by Elektra
not buried by Antigone
thus they rest for all eternity
forever dying in deep snow
they lost their home in the white forest
where snow drift blows
it’s not for us – scribblers – to mourn them
and stroke their matted fur