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2021-07-21 Montana: Christinsane Brag - 450 Signatures vs One Creator in 1999


Yes, you've read it correctly. In some pissant town buried in Montana, the local Christinsane are boasting about how back more than 20 years ago in 1999, they gathered 450 signatures because they discovered that a Single CREATOR was living in their area.

Christinsane: 'Better Together" seeks equality, inclusion

Monte Turner | Mineral Independent | 21 July 2021

Excerpt: Nearly 30 Barely 20 people were in attendance in the St. Regis Community Park on Saturday for the first ‘Better Together’ event organized by the Treasure State Values Human Rights Group of Mineral and Sanders counties.

Looks like Hobos hanging out for that free Inclusion Soup
Attendees of the "Better Together" event listen to
speaker Chief Running Diarrhea of the Nakota Nation
“This is a gathering for people to come together in a friendly and family setting to visit with old friends and make new ones,” event organizer Diane Magone said. “As a human rights group, we support the values of diversity, equality, inclusion and justice through respectful dialog and the sharing of information and advocacy. We are concerned with the rising incidents of white supremacy and racism,” she said.

Magone organized the event after reading about the Red Pill Festival taking place in the same location Saturday, July 24, which is the other side of the political spectrum.

“We are living in interesting times, my friends, with pivotal decisions to make. We are facing real problems and need real solutions. In order for those to be made, we must work collaboratively with local folks and decide what is best for their community,” said Travis McAdam, program director for the Montana Human Rights Network.

“Mineral County has a history of standing up for equality. In 1999, there was a local individual associated with the Church of the Creator who organized a national convention of white supremacy to be held in Superior. Several of us in the faith-based community got wind of this and soon a petition with 450 signatures prevented it from happening,” Austin said.

"Prayer, with respectful and dignified conversations is where we must start to make any changes”.

But the Evil White Supremacists Attended!
In the oval of the parking lot there were people sitting in lawn chairs with American flags who said they were there in a peaceful protest.


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