Friday, July 14, 2017

Link To Delmarva Public Radio Interview


Anonymous said...

Won't play

Anonymous said...

Here's Yakahomo's hero that he wants Social Justice for and to honor with a monument.

During the afternoon of December 4, Matthew Williams went to the office of his employer, Daniel J. (D.J.) Elliot, local lumberyard and box factory owner, apparently to discuss his low hourly wage. Williams had been a laborer for Elliot since childhood, and to all who knew him, was liked by and extremely loyal to the Elliot family. D.J. Elliot was in his office located on Lake Street talking on the phone with another Salisbury businessman, Thomas Chatham, when Williams entered around 2:00p.m.. According to Chatham, who heard the incident over the phone, he remembered no words were spoken and that two gunshots were fired. Chatham immediately called the authorities.

Anonymous said...

Now that Jeremy Cox from the Daily Rag is trying to print negative information on General John Henry Winder with this hit piece attack on him. It's obvious that Susan Hargreaves Parker has an agenda and they are trying their best to get that Plaque taken down. Typical narrative of the Looney Left. Do we really want Susan Parker and James Yakahomo to make the decisions for us?? How many news paper articles have they posted over this now?? All over a Plaque honoring a hero that doesn't fit their Narrative of eradicating all Southern History and Heritage. Funny it was shared by James Yakahomo and his FB page SURJ and he thanks Jeremy Cox.


The Delmarva Daily Times
July 15 at 7:30am ·
Who was Confederate Gen. John Henry Winder? Amid controversy over his historical marker, here's a closer look at his story

Marker controversy shows Gen. Winder's life still defined by darkest chapter
The Confederate general and native of present-day Wicomico oversaw the South's wretched prisons during the last days of the Civil War.



SURJ Delmarva shared The Delmarva Daily Times's post.
July 15 at 4:38pm ·

A very well researched article, much thanks to the The Delmarva Daily Times and Jeremy Cox.


The funny thing is Jake Day, Susan Parker and James Yakahomo are all friends on Facebook and they are working in cahoots to force the county into moving this plaque. Someone needs to give Jake Day a major wake up call and let him know quickly that he doesn't make the decisions for Wicomico County.

Anonymous said...

The daily times is a dying relic maybe we should place a plaque in remembrance...LOL

Anonymous said...

I think it's time for us to put together a group of citizens to protest Dr. Lisa Yamakawa's employer with signs showing how she as a Doctor supports her husband who is a racist, anti-Christian and a terrorist. She also supports her husband who is a terrorist supporter of Black Lives Matter. She is a physician who has taken an oath and if she supports her husbands activities then she is a terrorist as well. She is still married to her racist, terrorist husband so by default she supports Black Lives Matters.

As a white person with white children I can no longer take my child to the Childrens Medical Group because I fear for my childrens lives. If someone wants to protest the Childrens Medical Group please let us know and I and my entire family will be there.

Dr. Lisa Yamakawa
Children's Med Group
217 Phillip Morris Dr
Salisbury, MD 21804
(410) 546-3173