Wednesday, February 15, 2017

Do all obelisks look alike to SJC VCB? Fake post misidentifies Confederate Monument as Spanish Constitution Monument!

On Lincoln's Birthday, February 12, 2017, our supercilious St. Johns County Visitor and Convention Center, long headed by RICHARD GOLDMAN at the St. Johns Visitors and Convention Bureau, actually misidentified the Confederate Memorial as the Spanish Constitution Monument, on a St. Johns County Visitor and Convention Bureau FACEBOOK post.
What a faux pas.
How revealing of the Republicans' longtime mismanagement of the St. Johns County Tourist Development Council (TDC) and its contractor, the St. Johns County Visitor and Convention Bureau (VCB), under RICHARD GOLDMAN, whose prior employment was as PR-meister for the well-named AMELIA ISLAND PLANTATION, wastrels of multi-million dollars of our St. Johns County bed tax revenue, mostly on stupid stuff, like ads in Reader's Digest and Better Homes and Gardens. VCB and TDC incompetence must be investigated and ended.

This afternoon's sun dappled Plaza de la Constitucion in #StAugustine. Weather is great here, come on over!

This is the Spanish Constitution Monument:

1 comment:

Warren Celli said...

These obelisks are celebrations of death that find their origins in the shape of early Roman swords.

They are stylized universal xtrevilist symbols erected to commemorate and keep in the public's eye the power and glorification of death and destruction. They serve to mask the xtrevilist deception involved in getting people to kill each other for extreme evil that is deceptively presented to the combatants as worthy ideals. The monuments, like the KKK hoods that are fashioned after them, serve to promote subliminal psychological terrorism.

They should be torn down and replaced with May poles.