Charlottesville Massacre

The Charlottesville Massacre was written up by the Wikipedia as Unite the Right rally. Its piece is fairly factual albeit the claims that the Alt-Right people were Neo-Nazis and Right Wing extremists are routine Propaganda of the sort we expect from the Main Stream Media. They gloss over the facts about the Alt-Left thuggery and the collusion of police, politicians and the Main Stream Media.

The solitary dead person who qualifies it, but only just  as a massacre - see Charlottesville 'Victim' Died Of A Heart Attack, presumably because she was grossly overweight; she had a leg wound.

Unite the Right - Who Got It Right - American Renaissance
Press and politicians are blind to the truth.
If you get your news from NBC, this is what you learned about yesterday’s Unite the Right rally: “Charlottesville White Nationalist Rally Violence Prompts State of Emergency.” That’s right: The problem was white nationalist violence. It was as if the demonstrators had behaved just like Black Lives Matter or masked antifa: looting, burning, stopping traffic, and roughing up bystanders. Of course, what caused the violence was hostile counter-demonstrators, many of them wearing helmets and carrying shields. If they had not been there, there would have been no violence, and the rally would have taken place as planned.

Of all people, it was Donald Trump who came the closest to getting it right, condemning “hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides.” This, of course, earned him near-universal condemnation. As former Vice President Joe Biden explained, “There is only one side,” and the problem was Unite the Right. This prompted a storm of retweets and similar sentiments. Virginia’s attorney general Mark Herring tweeted that “violence, chaos, and apparent loss of life in Charlottesville is not the fault of ‘many sides.’ It is racists and white supremacists.” Actress Leslie Grossman probably expressed the only-one-side view best.

Here, one side is demonstrating peacefully, though provocatively; the other side—the good side—is committing violent aggression. (Swastikas were extremely rare in Charlottesville, but they make for better “anti-racist” graphics than Confederate flags.) So this is the moral calculus of Joe Biden, the Virginia attorney general, and the rest of the Left. It wouldn’t matter if every hand lifted by Unite the Right was in strict self-defense; the violence is their fault. Racially conscious whites deserve violence simply because of what they think.

Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe saw only one side, in a widely praised speech, telling Unite the Right, “You came here to hurt people, and you did hurt people.” Is Terry McAuliffe a mind-reader? Would they have hurt anything or anyone if counter-demonstrators had not showed up with shields and batons, screaming and throwing smoke bombs, determined to shut down the demonstration–and hurt “Nazis”?

One young white man did crash his car into demonstrators, killing one. We don’t yet know his motives, but even if he deliberately hurt people, there was just one of him, and everyone associated with Unite the Right has condemned him.

What about the police? They were clearly either incompetent or determined to shut down the rally before it began. The swarms of uniformed men on the scene did very little to separate demonstrators from counter-demonstrators. Television has broadcast one fistfight after another, with no police in sight. Besides the driver of car—who is charged with 2nd degree murder—those swarms of police made only three arrests. What were they doing?

The fighting, which started before the rally even had a chance to begin, was the excuse for police to declare it an “unlawful assembly” and call it off. Jason Kessler, who organized the rally, has rightly pointed out that this meant counter-demonstrators exercised the “heckler’s veto,” successfully silencing people with whom they disagreed. Instead of excerpts from pro-white speeches, the only thing media consumers therefore got was Confederate flags and brawling.

But Joe Biden tells us there is “only one side” to this story. Actually, there are three sides: Unite the Right, which gathered peacefully but defended itself; anti-racists who shut them down; and the police who let them do it.

There is a clear pattern to these events that not one mainstream outlet has noted. There is confrontation only when anti-whites harass and try to stop pro-white events. The reverse never happens. Lefties and non-whites can mount the most brazenly anti-white events, unmolested and with full media approval. It would be hard to imagine a clearer example of this contract—and of the entrenched bigotry we face—than yesterday’s events.

Jason Kessler is scheduled to make a statement to the press today at 2:00 p.m. He is smart man and a brave man. I’m sure we can trust him to make an excellent case for our side.

Update: Mr. Kessler set up microphones in front of the Charlottesville city hall to make his statement. Counter-demonstrators made such a racket that it was impossible for the press to hear what he was saying. Protesters edged closer and than attacked Mr. Kessler; police escorted him away for his own safety. Once again, a pro-white message has been stifled by anti-white thugs, by the Alt-Left.

 

The Charlottesville  Five  Are  Political Prisoners
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At the end of August, VDARE.com Editor Peter Brimelow gave me three tasks:

Peter and I assumed that the main charge against Fields would have to be reduced to manslaughter. But we were operating on the assumption that the law and the facts would determine things. Instead, I found that the law and the facts have both been suspended for all those deemed enemies of the state.

Conclusion from my investigation:

  • the five Alt-Righters, who have been charged with felonies and jailed without bail, are nothing less than political prisoners.
  • The ten Alt Lefters, who were charged with trivial misdemeanors and are all free, are at best simply useful idiots for the emerging American Cultural Marxist anarcho-tyranny.

Staffers in the Charlottesville (434-970-3176) and Albemarle County (434-972-4072) Commonwealth Attorney’s offices simply lied to me, denying that they had any lists of the Charlottesville defendants. But of course they had given lists to Main Stream Media Narrative Enforcers, who otherwise would not have been able to report on the charges................

I was ultimately able to distinguish between Alt-Right (political prisoners) and Communist/Alt Left defendants based on the charges. The Alt-Righters were all charged with felonies—and all held without bail—while the Communist/Alt Lefters were all charged with piddling misdemeanors—and all released.

Apparently, if a Communist/Alt Lefter accused an Alt-Righter of a crime, the authorities took his word as Gospel. Conversely, Alt-Righters’ charges were ignored, no matter how much video and photo proof backed them up.
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This is government corruption as well as normal Marxist evil.

 

Charlottesville Victim Died Of A Heart Attack
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We can’t find any information about Heather Heyer’s injuries or an autopsy. She does seem to be a very large woman though. My guess is that she was at least 250 pounds lying on her back in 90 degree heat. It is reasonable to wonder if her health had something to do with her death.

I can’t tell if Heather Heyer was injured by the car crash any worse than anyone else particularly when Fields put the Challenger into reverse when it was under attack by baseball bats. Why was Andrew Anglin banned from the internet for pointing this out?

Note: To my knowledge, no else has died in these incidents when protesters are in the street and get run over. It happens quite frequently. I know there have been two such incidents in St. Louis alone since June. Missouri even passed a state law to deal with the issue.
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Her mother, who is grossly overweight says it was a heart attack. Her father(?) is even fatter.

 


 

White American Attacks Fascist Trouble Makers Full Of Hate [ 13 August 2017 ]
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A 20-year-old Ohio man was charged with murder on Saturday after being accused of plowing his vehicle into a crowd of anti-fascists [ sic ] at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one woman and injuring 19 others, which caused the FBI to open a civil rights investigation. James Alex Fields Jr., of Maumee, Ohio, is being held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. He was charged with second-degree murder...........

The deadly crash came after violent clashes erupted as hundreds of white supremacists including armed militias marched into Charlottesville sparking violent confrontations with counter-protesters.
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The QUOTE anti-fascists UNQUOTE were there to cause trouble. They succeeded better than they had hoped. They are the kind of Useful Idiots that populate Rent A Mob. They have been deceived by the Education Industry and malicious Main Stream Media, like the Daily Mail that incite Black Hate and White Guilt. Mr Fields was, quite rightly annoyed by these hate filled twerps so he acted, thereby making a mess of his car. NB These Fanatical loud mouths are the real Fascists, the sort who hate Free Speech & Democracy.
PS The Mail shows one picture of a black criminal using a flamethrower & alleges that he is a counter protester. It lies.

 

May And Merkel Condemn 'Far Right'  [ 14 August 2017 ]
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Theresa May today condemned the 'Far Right' after a white supremacist rally in Virginia erupted into violence [ due to Left Wing crazies attacking - Editor ].

The Prime Minister and Angela Merkel have joined those speaking out against racism following the bloody episode over the weekend. But Downing Street stopped short of criticising Donald Trump over his muted response to the clashes - which saw him merely decry 'violence on many sides'........

'What the President says is a matter for him,' the PM's spokesman said. 'We are very clear. We condemn racism, hatred and violence [ unless the perpetrators are Third World parasites or Hard Left criminals - Ed. ]. 'We condemn the Far Right.' 

On Saturday a Nazi sympathiser, 20-year-old James Fields of Ohio, used his Dodge Charger to run over people protesting against the march, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring 19 more. Fields has been charged with second degree murder. 
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Merkel has imported well over a million parasites who have murdered and raped dozens, if not hundreds. May is doing the same.

 

Daily Mail Runs Seven Different Stories Inciting Anti-White Race Hatred About One Incident  [ 14 August 2017 ]
Here they are: Blacks & white Fanatics went there to make trouble; they succeeded:-
Pictured: Woman, 32, mowed down and killed while protesting hate-fueled white supremacist march in Virginia 
 
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton condemn violence at deadly white supremacist march in Virginia
  
White House updates statement on Charlottesville violence condemning 'white supremacists, KKK and Neo-Nazis' - though Trump stays silent and away from the press
    
EXCLUSIVE: 'He saved me, then he was under the car': Heroic moment man pushes fiancée out of the path of white supremacist's car at Charlottesville rally as he breaks his leg
  
Ted Cruz and other Republican senators call to designate Virginia car attack domestic terrorism as FBI opens civil rights investigation
     
Sickening moment white supremacist drove into crowds caught on camera by woman whose fiancé pushed her out of the incoming car's path
    
White nationalist is 'FIRED from his job' as Twitter names and shames far-right thugs at 'Unite the Right' Charlottesville rally that led to protester's death.

 

Donald Trump Says White Americans Should Not Kill Left Wing Criminals  [ 15 August 2017 ]
But the Hard Left howls for more. They see it as a sign of weakness. The very same extremists happily ignore Islamic atrocities. See e.g. the next one.

 

Islamic Attacker With Car Kills One And Injures Seven In Paris  [ 15 August 2017 ]
This one is alleged to be a lunatic rather than Third World parasite full of hate but the Mail mentions last weeks' Islamic atrocity. Of course they are being fed briskly down the Memory Hole of Nineteen Eighty Four fame because they are enemy aliens or parasites. This contrasts with the torrent of hatred directed at James Alex Fields Jr., the young white American who also got one kill. He took a Left Wing criminal out of action. We are being told to tolerate Black Hate because of our alleged White Guilt.

 

Charlottesville Rioting Was Allowed By Virginia State Police [ 16 August 2017 ]
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Here’s How Virginia State Police Facilitated Violence At Charlottesville

As an attendee of the Unite the Right rally and scheduled speaker, I have serious questions about the actions of Virginia police on Saturday. It appears that police created a dangerous situation which was entirely avoidable. I will explain in detail the facts of what happened.

One does not need to support any of the positions of the Alt-Right to be concerned about what this means about the state of Free Speech in America.............

The rally had a legally issued permit, revoked by the city a week before but reinstated by a Federal judge the day before the rally. The barricade layout was as police described to organizers it would be, and speakers received a briefing on this the day before. Virginia State Police commandeered the north side of the park. No one was allowed in that half of the park except a few rally people handling the audio equipment. Police also controlled the streets around the park on three sides: Jefferson St. to the north, 1st St. to the west, and 2nd St. to the east.

Market St. to the south was an uncontrolled chaos full of antifa.................

Shortly after all rally attendees were present in the park, word began to spread that a State of Emergency had been declared, presumably by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe [ It was  - see Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe Declares State of Emergency During “Unite the Right” Rally ]. At my position in Pen 2, people were confused by this. It seemed unnecessary and preemptive since the rally seemed fairly well under control at this point. It was about 11:30 a.m., and the rally was not scheduled to start until noon.

After some minutes of confusion and rumors, Virginia State Police got on a loudspeaker and announced that we had been declared an unlawful assembly. We were instructed to leave the park, and told that anyone refusing to do so would be arrested.

Attendees began attempting to leave via exits 1 & 2 and were set upon by antifa as they attempted to do so. After a quick consultation, a small group of rally headliners and attendees decided to engage in civil disobedience and get ourselves arrested, myself included...............

From there the bulk of the rally attendees were able to march north and eventually reached the relative safety of MacIntyre Park, about two miles away, but many had been scattered throughout the city by the chaos of the dispersal.

At that point the police had completely lost control of the city. The State of Emergency order meant that any public gathering was de facto illegal, but antifa were still allowed to roam freely bearing weapons and attacking people. This chaos ultimately led directly to the vehicular incident that killed a woman and badly injured more than a dozen others.

My conclusions are that police wanted this to happen. It’s clear that VSP had specific orders to drive us out of the park to the south, into the teeth of violent armed antifa counter-protesters.
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Charlottesville council were very hostile; their refusal to grant a permit was politically motivated   

This particular rally was at the receiving end of a major stream of abuse by the Main Stream Media including Propaganda machines like the Mail - see e.g. Daily Mail Runs Seven Different Stories Inciting Anti-White Race Hatred About One Incident. The media are actively inciting White Guilt and Black Hate; this is Racism, anti-English, anti-White racism and crime, contrary to Part III of the Public Order Act 1986. The police corruption was engendered by the city politicians.

 

http://www.vdare.com/articles/anarcho-tyranny-update-mounting-proof-that-the-charlottesville-five-are-political-prisoners

http://www.vdare.com/articles/anarcho-tyranny-update-mounting-proof-that-the-charlottesville-five-are-political-prisoners

 

 

Unite the Right rally ex Wiki
The Unite the Right rally (also known as the Charlottesville rally) was a gathering of [ allegedly ] far-right groups in Charlottesville, Virginia, United States, on August 11–12, 2017.[2][3] Those assembled at the rally included members of white supremacist, white nationalist, neo-Confederate, neo-Nazi, and militia movements.[3] The participants were protesting against the removal of Confederate monuments and memorials from public spaces, specifically the Robert E. Lee statue in Emancipation Park.

The scheduled rally was officially canceled due to a state of emergency declared by Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe as well as readying the National Guard due to police inability to control the situation. Later that afternoon, a car plowed into a crowd of counter-protesters, during which a woman died and 19 other people were injured (five critically).[3] Attorney General Jeff Sessions called it domestic terrorism, and has started a civil rights investigation to determine if it will be tried in court as a hate crime.[4] At least 19 people were injured in street brawls, and other violence at the rally.[3]

Separately, a police helicopter monitoring the scene crashed 7 miles (11 km) southwest of Charlottesville, killing the two Virginia State Police troopers on board.[5]

 

Background
The August 11–12 rally was organized to protest the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue honoring the Confederate general Robert E. Lee in Emancipation Park in Charlottesville, Virginia, which had been renamed from Lee Park in June 2016.[6][7] One organizer, Jason Kessler, also cited the renaming as a reason for the rally.[2][8] The event was organized by white nationalists, white supremacists, and the alt-right.[9][10][11]

Summer rallies in Charlottesville
On May 13, 2017, white supremacist Richard Spencer led the Take Back Lee Park rally, a protest in Charlottesville against the city's plans to remove the statue of Lee. The event involved protesters holding torches near the statue. That same night, a candlelight counterprotest took place.[12]

The Ku Klux Klan held another rally in Charlottesville on July 8.[13] About 50 Klan members and 1,000 counterprotesters gathered at a loud but nonviolent rally; the Klan members left the park after about 45 minutes.[14] In opposition to the rally, the Charlottesville Clergy Collective created a safe space at First United Methodist Church, which was used by over 600 people.[13]

Protesters
The Southern Poverty Law Center wrote that the rally was "shaping up to be the largest hate-gathering of its kind in decades in the United States" and that it was "expected to draw a broad spectrum of far-right extremist groups – from immigration foes to anti-Semitic bigots, neo-Confederates, Proud Boys, Patriot and militia types, outlaw bikers, swastika-wearing neo-Nazis, white nationalists and Ku Klux Klan members."[15]

Among the far-right groups engaged in organizing the march were the clubs of the neo-Nazi website The Daily Stormer,[16] the neo-Confederate League of the South,[14] the National Policy Institute,[17] and the National Socialist Movement.[14] Other groups involved in the rally were the Ku Klux Klan,[3] the Fraternal Order of Alt-Knights,[18] the 3 Percenters,[19] the Traditionalist Workers Party,[18] Identity Evropa,[1] the Oath Keepers,[20] Vanguard America,[18] the American Guard,[21] the Pennsylvania Light Foot Militia,[22] the New York Light Foot Militia,[23] the Virginia Minutemen Militia,[24] the Nationalist Front,[14] the Rise Above Movement,[25] True Cascadia,[26] and Anti-Communist Action.[21] Prominent far-right figures in attendance included Richard B. Spencer,[27] Baked Alaska,[27] Augustus Invictus,[15] David Duke,[28] Nathan Damigo,[15] Matthew Heimbach,[27] Faith Goldy,[29] Mike Enoch,[27] League of the South founder Michael Hill,[15] AltRight.com editor Daniel Friberg,[30] former Business Insider CTO Pax Dickinson,[31] Daily Stormer writers Johnny Monoxide,[31] self-described "white activist" and organizer Jason Kessler,[32] and radio host Christopher Cantwell.[33][34] Gavin McInnes, the leader of the self-described "Western chauvinist" Proud Boys group, was invited to attend but declined because of an unwillingness "to be associated with explicit neo-Nazis."[35] In June, ahead of the rally, McInnes declared that "we need to distance ourselves from them," but "after backlash to the original disavowal flared-up from Alt-Right circles, the statement was withdrawn and replaced with another distancing the Proud Boys from the event yet also encouraging those who 'feel compelled' to attend."[36]

Airbnb cancelled a number of bookings and accounts when it learned that they were being used by attendees at the rally, citing a request that users endorse a commitment to "accept people regardless of their race, religion, national origin, ethnicity, disability, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, or age".[37]

Counterprotesters
Those who marched in opposition to the rally were unified in opposition to white supremacy, but "espoused a wide array of ideological beliefs, preferred tactics and political goals. A large number were ordinary residents of Charlottesville who wanted to show their disdain for white supremacist groups, particularly after the Ku Klux Klan held a rally in the city on July 8"; a smaller number were further to the left.[38] Ahead of the rally, an array of "faith-based groups, civil rights organizations, local businesses, and faculty and students at the University of Virginia" planned counterprotests.[9] In July 2017, the ecumenical and interfaith clergy group Congregate Charlottesville called for a thousand members of the clergy to counterprotest at the rally.[14][39] Groups counterprotesting included representatives from the National Council of Churches,[40] Black Lives Matter,[41] Anti-Racist Action,[42] Antifa,[2] the Democratic Socialists of America,[43] Redneck Revolt,[44] the Industrial Workers of the World,[45][46] and Showing Up for Racial Justice.[42][47][48] University and city preparations

The rally occurred when the University of Virginia was between its summer and fall semesters.[49] On August 4, University of Virginia (UVA) President Teresa Sullivan sent an e-mail to students and faculty, which said, "I urge students and all UVA community members to avoid the August 12 rally and avoid physical confrontation generally. There is a credible risk of violence at this event, and your safety is my foremost concern."[50]

Fearing possible violence, the Virginia Discovery Museum and many downtown businesses closed for the day of the rally.[14]

Permit and court cases
Kessler, the organizer of the "Unite the Right" rally, applied for a permit from the City of Charlottesville to hold the event at Emancipation Park. The week before the event, the Charlottesville government —including Mayor Michael Signer, city council, City Manager Maurice Jones, and Police Chief Al Thomas— said they would approve the permit only if the event was moved to the larger McIntire Park.[14][51] The city's leaders cited safety concerns and logistical issues associated with holding the event at Emancipation Park, adjacent to the densely populated Downtown Mall.[51] Kessler refused to agree to relocate the rally, but the City relocated the rally anyway, a decision praised by the Downtown Business Association of Charlottesville.[51]

Kessler, supported by the Rutherford Institute and the ACLU, sued the City of Charlottesville and Jones on First Amendment grounds in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Virginia. On the evening of August 11, the night before the rally, Judge Glen E. Conrad granted an emergency injunction declaring that the Unite the Right rally could go forward.[52] Conrad granted the injunction for the rally due to several factors: that Emancipation Park was the location for the statue of Robert E. Lee that was planned to be taken down and that the rally was partially for, that resources would be needed at both parks for both the rally and the counterprotestors, and that the move to McIntire Park was due to the viewpoints of the organizer and not the safety of the public.[53][54] The court's decision was praised by the ACLU.[55] Mayor Signer issued a statement saying: "While the City is disappointed by tonight's ruling, we will abide by the judge's decision. ... Chief Thomas, his team and the hundreds of law enforcement officials in our City will now turn their full attention to protecting the Downtown area during tomorrow's events."[52]

Counterprotesters ultimately obtained permits to gather at McGuffey Park and Justice Park.[14] [56]

August 11
Tensions increased on the evening of Friday, August 11, when a group of white nationalists—variously numbered at dozens[57] or around 100[58]—marched through the University of Virginia's campus while chanting Nazi and white supremacist slogans, including[49] "White lives matter"; "you will not replace us"; and "Jews will not replace us"[2] The phrase "you will not replace us" has been reported by the Anti-Defamation League to "reflect the white supremacist world view that... the white race is doomed to extinction by an alleged 'rising tide of color' purportedly controlled and manipulated by Jews".[31] The Nazi slogan "Blood and Soil" was also used.[3][57][49][58] The group was primarily composed of white men,[58] many wielding tiki torches.[49][58][59] The white nationalists marched from Nameless Field to The Lawn.[59]

At the Rotunda,[59] the group encountered counterprotesters next to a statue of university founder Thomas Jefferson.[3][49][59] The white nationalists encircled the smaller group of counterprotesters at the base of the statue, and a brawl ensued.[59][58] Several "members of both sides were reportedly hit with pepper spray, and several people were treated at the scene for minor injuries".[57] The white nationalists "began swinging and throwing their lit tiki torches" amid the chaos.[59]

Following the outbreak of violence, police declared the assembly to be unlawful and brought an end to the gathering. The Cavalier Daily reported, "While waiting for rides at Nameless Field after the march, several of the 'alt-right' protesters hurled anti-Semitic, homophobic and misogynistic slurs at several reporters and community members asking them questions. One man asking questions was thrown to the ground and surrounded by marchers after a brief physical altercation."[59] Mayor Michael Signer condemned the gathering, writing the following: "When I think of candlelight, I want to think of prayer vigils. Today, in 2017, we are instead seeing a cowardly parade of hatred, bigotry, racism, and intolerance march."[49]

In the evening, clergy led an ecumenical Christian and interfaith prayer service at St. Paul's Memorial Church on University Avenue in opposition to the Unite the Right rally.[60][61][62]

August 12
Voice of America coverage of an altercation between white nationalists and counterprotestors at the rally.
Eyewitness footage of scuffles during event.

Protesters and counterprotesters gathered at Emancipation Park in anticipation of the rally. White nationalist protesters chanted Nazi-era slogans,[2] including "Blood and Soil".[63] They shouted "You will not replace us" and "Jews will not replace us."[2] Some waved Confederate flags, and others held posters targeting Jews that read "the Goyim know", using the Yiddish word for non-Jews, as well as "the Jewish media is going down".[3] Protesters also shouted racial slurs and "Jew" when Charlottesville mayor Michael Signer was mentioned, and they waved Nazi flags and signs claiming, among other things, that "Jews are Satan's children".[64] Dozens wore Donald Trump's red "Make America Great Again" campaign hats.[3]

Counterprotests in opposition to the white nationalists began with an interfaith, interracial group of clergy who linked arms, prayed, and sang songs of peace. Later in the day, militant groups chanted such slogans as "Kill All Nazis."[65]

Rolling Stone and Moyers & Company reported that Antifa protestors at the Rally "carried sticks and clubs."[66][67] Antifa participants chanted "punch a Nazi in the mouth."[68]

Beginning in the morning, ahead of the rally's official noon start time,[69] "protesters and counterprotesters faced off, kicking, punching, hurling water bottles at and deploying chemical sprays against one another."[70][71] An estimated 500 protesters and more than a thousand counterprotesters were on the site.[70] At least 19 people were injured in "street brawls" and other violence at the rally.[3]

At 11:00 am, the City of Charlottesville declared a state of emergency, citing an "imminent threat of civil disturbance, unrest, potential injury to persons, and destruction of public and personal property". One hour later, Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency, stating: "It is now clear that public safety cannot be safeguarded without additional powers, and that the mostly-out-of-state protesters have come to Virginia to endanger our citizens and property. I am disgusted by the hatred, bigotry and violence these protesters have brought to our state."[2]

At about 11:40 a.m., shortly before the rally was scheduled to begin, Virginia State Police declared the gathering an unlawful assembly via megaphones,[69] and riot police cleared the scene.[72] Following this, "a hard core of about 100 far-right protesters" moved to McIntire Park about 2 miles (3 km) away, where they gathered to hear speakers who had been scheduled for the "Unite the Right" event.[72][73]

Vehicular ramming
Video of the ramming by witness.

During the rally, at about 1:45 p.m. on August 12, a man drove his car into a crowd of people who were protesting against the rally, killing 32-year-old Heather D. Heyer and injuring 19 others, in what police[who?] have called a deliberate attack.[74][75][76] The ramming occurred at a pedestrian mall at Water and Fourth streets (38°01′46.17″N 78°28′46.29″W).[77] Video footage recorded at the scene showed a gray 2010 Dodge Challenger accelerating into crowds on a pedestrian mall, sending bodies flying, then reversing at high speed, hitting more people.[3] The moment when the car was driven into the crowd was also captured in aerial video footage taken by a drone.[78] A photographer present at the scene said the car "plowed into a sedan and then into a minivan. Bodies flew. People were terrified and screaming." Bystanders said it was "definitely a violent attack," according to The Guardian.[72] Of the 19 injured, the University of Virginia Medical Center reported that five were initially in critical condition.[3] By the afternoon of August 14, ten patients had been discharged from the hospital, and the nine remaining patients were in good condition.[79]

Shortly after the collision, James Fields, a 20-year-old male, was arrested.[74][80] He was charged with second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, and failure to stop following an accident resulting in death, and he is being held without bail at the Albermarle-Charlottesville County Regional Jail.[80][72]

National Security Adviser H. R. McMaster and several U.S. senators have described the ramming as an act of domestic terrorism, as did various commentators.[81][82][83] Late on the night of August 12, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said the U.S. Department of Justice would open a civil rights investigation into the incident; federal investigators are investigating whether the suspect "crossed state lines with the intent to commit violence".[84][85] Later, Sessions said the ramming meets the definition of 'domestic terrorism' and that it was an "an unacceptable, evil attack."[86]

Separate GoFundMe pages were set up for the Heyer family and for those injured in the crash; the latter was organized by the Anchorage co-chairman of the Democratic Socialists of America.[87] Heyer's mother said she wanted her daughter's name to become "a rallying cry for justice and equality and fairness and compassion."[88] Two motorists injured in the vehicle incident have sued the organizers of the event and the driver for money damages.[89]

Helicopter crash

On the afternoon of August 12, a Bell 407 helicopter owned by the Virginia State Police crashed 7 miles (11 km) west of Charlottesville, killing two Virginia state troopers who were on board. Lieutenant H. Jay Cullen, 48, of Midlothian, Virginia, and Trooper-Pilot Berke M.M. Bates, 40, of Quinton, Virginia, were on the way to assist with security and public safety in the city. The crash is being investigated by the Federal Aviation Administration, National Transportation Safety Board, and Virginia State Police.[90][5][91]

Aftermath Vigils and protests
On August 13, candlelight vigils took place in Washington D.C., Minneapolis, and Pittsburgh (top-to-bottom, respectively).
Vigil in Cambridge, Massachusetts

The day following the rally, anti-hate advocates organized vigils and demonstrations in a number of cities across the country. The events had a variety of focuses: "Some focused on showing support for the people whom white supremacists condemn. Other demonstrations were pushing for the removal of Confederate monuments.... Still other gatherings aimed to denounce fascism and a presidential administration that organizers feel has let white supremacists feel empowered."[92] In Brooklyn, demonstrators at the "Peace and Sanity" rally heard addresses by Public Advocate Letitia James and City Comptroller Scott Stringer.[92] In Los Angeles, hundreds gathered on the steps of City Hall to condemn white-nationalist violence and honor those killed.[93]

On the afternoon of the day after the rally, Unite the Right organizer Jason Kessler attempted to hold a press conference in front of Charlottesville City Hall, but he was forced to abandon the conference by counterprotesters.[94] Hundreds of people shouted "shame" at Kessler and "say her name" (referring to the woman killed the day before).[95] One man was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery for allegedly spitting on Kessler.[95]

Richard B. Spencer, who was scheduled to speak at the Unite the Right event, said he was not responsible for the violence, and he blamed counterprotesters and police.[92]

On August 14, protesters gathered outside the old court house in Durham, North Carolina, and pulled down a Confederate monument.[96] Another Confederate monument was removed by the United Daughters of the Confederacy from downtown Gainesville, Florida.[97]

Confrontations at the park continued Tuesday, with counterprotestors and a demonstrator in Confederate uniform, Confederate flag, and a semi-automatic rifle.[98]

Online responses

Domain registrar GoDaddy demanded that The Daily Stormer move its website's domain to another provider after editor Andrew Anglin described the car-ramming victim in derogatory terms.[99][100] The Daily Stormer then moved to Google Domains on August 14. Google canceled the site's registration for violation of its terms of service just over 3 hours after The Daily Stormer registered for the service.[101][102]

Hacktivist collective Anonymous shut down numerous websites associated with the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazi groups following the protests.[103] Alt-right website Red Ice TV was also hacked.[104] In a video statement, they claimed that their coverage and support of the rally was the cause of the cyberattack.[104][105] A Discord server frequented by alt-right elements was also taken down.[106]

On Twitter, a group of users identified white nationalist/supremacist marchers from photographs, publicizing at least nine names and identities.[107][108] There was at least one case of mistaken identity; one University of Arkansas engineering professor received threatening messages from Twitter users who mistook him for a similar-looking man at the rally who wore an "Arkansas Engineering" T-Shirt.[109]

Reactions

Before the rally, Senator Tim Kaine expressed support for free speech, but he condemned the rally.[110]

Governor of Virginia Terry McAuliffe responds.

In an address later in the day following the rally, Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe, flanked by Charlottesville mayor Michael Signer, and Charlottesville's police chief, directly addressed the rally participants: "I have a message to all the white supremacists and the Nazis who came into Charlottesville today. Our message is plain and simple. Go home ... You are not wanted in this great commonwealth."[111] Signer said he was disgusted that white supremacists came to his town and he faulted President Donald Trump for inflaming racial tensions during his 2016 campaign, stating: "I'm not going to make any bones about it. I place the blame for a lot of what you're seeing in America today right at the doorstep of the White House and the people around the president."[112][113]

The General Secretary of the World Council of Churches, Olav Fykse Tveit, said "Terror and violence against peaceful people seeking justice in Charlottesville must be condemned by all...We are proud of moral leadership by clergy and lay people standing against this promotion of racism and white supremacy".[114]

Following the rally, UVA president Teresa A. Sullivan condemned the "senseless violence" at the rally and asked university community members to help protect "the safety and well-being of all members of our community ... by staying off the streets tonight as our public safety officials work to maintain order and offer assistance to those who are in need".[115]

Alex Jones, a far-right conspiracy theorist, claimed on his show that the protests were "a bunch of antifa, George Soros-, globalist-, Hillary Clinton-funded crap" and that the right-wing protesters were "fake supremacists they brought in to march around in front of a bunch of conservatives" and "Jewish guys posing as Nazis".[116][117]

President Trump's response First statement
Speaking in New Jersey, President Trump condemns the violence which occurred at the white supremacist rally in Virginia. (Video from Voice of America)

On August 12, Trump responded by saying: "We all must be united & condemn all that hate stands for. There is no place for this kind of violence in America. Let's come together as one!" He condemned "in the strongest possible terms" what he called an "egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides."[118][119] He added, "What is vital now is a swift restoration of law and order."[119]

A spokesperson for Trump later released an addendum to his remarks, stating, "The President said very strongly in his statement yesterday that he condemns all forms of violence, bigotry, and hatred. Of course that includes white supremacists, KKK Neo-Nazi and all extremist groups. He called for national unity and bringing all Americans together."[120]

Because Trump did not specifically denounce white nationalists, white supremacists or neo-Nazis, and the counterprotester side was the only one with any casualties, his "many sides" comment was criticized as insufficient by a number of Democratic and Republican members of Congress.[118][119][121][122][123] Whereas members of both political parties condemned the hatred and violence of white nationalists, neo-Nazis and alt-right activists, The New York Times noted that Trump "was the only national political figure to spread blame for the 'hatred, bigotry and violence' that resulted in the death of one person to 'many sides'".[124] The decision was reported to have come from White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon, in fear of repelling alt-right support for the Trump presidency.[125]

The Congressional Black Caucus decried what it saw as Trump's false equivalency and dog-whistle politics, saying "White supremacy is to blame."[121] Republican U.S. Representative Justin Amash and Senators Cory Gardner, Jeff Flake, Orrin Hatch, and Marco Rubio all called upon Trump to specifically condemn white supremacists and neo-Nazis; in a tweet that was retweeted by Flake, Gardner said: "Mr. President – we must call evil by its name. These were white supremacists and this was domestic terrorism."[121][126][127] Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring said: "The violence, chaos, and apparent loss of life in Charlottesville is not the fault of 'many sides.' It is racists and white supremacists."[128] Utah Republican Senator Orrin Hatch, whose brother was killed in action in Europe during World War II, tweeted, "We should call evil by its name. My brother didn't give his life fighting Hitler for Nazi ideas to go unchallenged here at home."[129] Republican senator Cory Gardner called it domestic terrorism in a tweet,[130] and a few hours later Republican senator Ted Cruz wrote on Facebook, "The Nazis, the KKK, and white supremacists are repulsive and evil, and all of us have a moral obligation to speak out against the lies, bigotry, anti-Semitism, and hatred that they propagate." He continued, "Having watched the horrifying video of the car deliberately crashing into a crowd of protesters, I urge the Department of Justice to immediately investigate and prosecute this grotesque act of domestic terrorism."[131]

Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke responded by saying that Trump should "take a good look in the mirror & remember it was White Americans who put you in the presidency, not radical leftists".[132][133][134] Other white supremacists and neo-Nazis did not object to Trump's remarks. Daily Stormer editor Andrew Anglin said "Trump did the opposite of cuck. He refused to even mention anything to do with us. When reporters were screaming at him about White Nationalism he just walked out of the room."[135]

The NAACP released a statement saying that while they "acknowledge and appreciate President Trump's disavowment of the hatred which has resulted in a loss of life today", they call on Trump "to take the tangible step to remove Steve Bannon – a well-known white supremacist leader – from his team of advisers". The statement further describes Bannon as a "symbol of white nationalism" who "energizes that sentiment" through his current position within the White House.[136][137] Political scientist Larry Sabato,[138] playwright Beau Willimon,[139] conservative journalist David A. French,[140] actor Mark Ruffalo,[139] Democratic U.S. Representative Ted Lieu[139] and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi[141] also called for Bannon's firing. Political commentator Symone Sanders[142] and two former federal government lawyers, Vanita Gupta and Richard Painter, who worked in the administrations of Barack Obama and George W. Bush respectively, called for both Bannon and Deputy Assistant to the President Sebastian Gorka to be fired.[139][143] The Congressional Progressive Caucus and U.S. Representative Bill Pascrell called on Trump to fire Senior Advisor to the President Stephen Miller in addition to Bannon and Gorka.[144][145]

Kenneth Frazier, the CEO of Merck, resigned from the President's American Manufacturing Council on August 14, in reaction to the President's response to the rally.[146] Trump quickly responded by attacking Frazier on Twitter.[147] Frazier received widespread support from major figures in politics, media and business, and several commentators noted that it took Trump only minutes to condemn Frazier, but it took him several days to denounce the neo-Nazis and white supremacists who marched in Charlottesville.[148] Under Armour founder and CEO Kevin Plank and Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich also resigned from the council that same day.[149]

Second statement
Trump makes second statement. Video from Voice of America

On August 14, from the White House, President Trump said:

To anyone who acted criminally in this weekend's racist violence, you will be held fully accountable. Justice will be delivered. [...] Racism is evil. And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK., neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything we hold dear as Americans.[150][151]

Trump had reportedly been reluctant to issue this statement, believing that his initial one was adequate, but he was persuaded to do so by White House Chief of Staff John F. Kelly.[152]

Richard B. Spencer dismissed Trump's second statement as "hollow" and he also said that he believed that Trump had not denounced either the alt-right movement or white nationalism.[153][154] South Carolina Senator Tim Scott (one of three African Americans serving in the U.S. Senate, and the only Republican among the three), agreed that the firmer second statement came too late;[155][156] the Los Angeles Times editorial board wrote that "Trump's first response to Charlottesville was tepid and mealy mouthed. His second was too late."[157] NAACP president Cornell William Brooks said Trump's second statement stuck to a "rhetorical minimum" of a condemnation, and "gave the impression that the President was trying to have his hate cake and eat it too".[158]

Trump later tweeted "Made additional remarks on Charlottesville and realize once again that the Fake News Media will never be satisfied...truly bad people!"[159]

Third statement

On August 15, Trump gave another statement, angrily rejecting criticism of his initial statement placing blame on "many sides" and strongly defending alt-right rally participants. He said "Not all of those people were neo-Nazis, believe me. Not all of those people were white supremacists by any stretch"[160] and added that there were "very fine people" among both the white nationalists and the counterprotesters.[161] He said there was "blame on both sides" and equated "the left" and "alt-left" with the white nationalist and neo-Nazi groups present in Charlottesville.[160][162]

 

White American Attacks Fascist Trouble Makers Full Of Hate
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A 20-year-old Ohio man was charged with murder on Saturday after being accused of plowing his vehicle into a crowd of anti-fascists [ sic ] at a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, killing one woman and injuring 19 others, which caused the FBI to open a civil rights investigation. James Alex Fields Jr., of Maumee, Ohio, is being held at the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail. He was charged with second-degree murder...........

The deadly crash came after violent clashes erupted as hundreds of white supremacists including armed militias marched into Charlottesville sparking violent confrontations with counter-protesters.
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The QUOTE anti-fascists UNQUOTE were there to cause trouble. They succeeded better than they had hoped. They are the kind of Useful Idiots that populate Rent A Mob. They have been deceived by the Education Industry and malicious Main Stream Media, like the Daily Mail that incite Black Hate and White Guilt. Mr Fields was, quite rightly annoyed by these hate filled twerps so he acted, thereby making a mess of his car. NB These Fanatical loud mouths are the real Fascists, the sort who hate Free Speech & Democracy.
PS The Mail shows one picture of a black criminal using a flamethrower & alleges that he is a counter protester. It lies.

 

Charlottesville Rioting Was Allowed By Virginia State Police  [ 16 August 2017 ]
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Here’s How Virginia State Police Facilitated Violence At Charlottesville

As an attendee of the Unite the Right rally and scheduled speaker, I have serious questions about the actions of Virginia police on Saturday. It appears that police created a dangerous situation which was entirely avoidable. I will explain in detail the facts of what happened.

One does not need to support any of the positions of the Alt-Right to be concerned about what this means about the state of Free Speech in America.............

The rally had a legally issued permit, revoked by the city a week before but reinstated by a Federal judge the day before the rally. The barricade layout was as police described to organizers it would be, and speakers received a briefing on this the day before. Virginia State Police commandeered the north side of the park. No one was allowed in that half of the park except a few rally people handling the audio equipment. Police also controlled the streets around the park on three sides: Jefferson St. to the north, 1st St. to the west, and 2nd St. to the east.

Market St. to the south was an uncontrolled chaos full of antifa.................

Shortly after all rally attendees were present in the park, word began to spread that a State of Emergency had been declared, presumably by Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe [ It was  - see Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe Declares State of Emergency During “Unite the Right” Rally ]. At my position in Pen 2, people were confused by this. It seemed unnecessary and preemptive since the rally seemed fairly well under control at this point. It was about 11:30 a.m., and the rally was not scheduled to start until noon.

After some minutes of confusion and rumors, Virginia State Police got on a loudspeaker and announced that we had been declared an unlawful assembly. We were instructed to leave the park, and told that anyone refusing to do so would be arrested.

Attendees began attempting to leave via exits 1 & 2 and were set upon by antifa as they attempted to do so. After a quick consultation, a small group of rally headliners and attendees decided to engage in civil disobedience and get ourselves arrested, myself included...............

From there the bulk of the rally attendees were able to march north and eventually reached the relative safety of MacIntyre Park, about two miles away, but many had been scattered throughout the city by the chaos of the dispersal.

At that point the police had completely lost control of the city. The State of Emergency order meant that any public gathering was de facto illegal, but antifa were still allowed to roam freely bearing weapons and attacking people. This chaos ultimately led directly to the vehicular incident that killed a woman and badly injured more than a dozen others.

My conclusions are that police wanted this to happen. It’s clear that VSP had specific orders to drive us out of the park to the south, into the teeth of violent armed antifa counter-protesters.
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Charlottesville council were very hostile; their refusal to grant a permit was politically motivated   

This particular rally was at the receiving end of a major stream of abuse by the Main Stream Media including Propaganda machines like the Mail - see e.g. Daily Mail Runs Seven Different Stories Inciting Anti-White Race Hatred About One Incident. The media are actively inciting White Guilt and Black Hate; this is Racism, anti-English, anti-White racism and crime, contrary to Part III of the Public Order Act 1986. The police corruption was engendered by the city politicians.
PS More and better details are at Charlottesville Massacre [ a work in progress ].

 

America's Second Civil War [ 21 August 2017 ]
The Charlottesville Massacre was just an opening skirmish, caused by Hard Left thugs, with the collusion of the local government and police. They use Rent A Mob, the Fanatics & Rebels Without A Cause to do the physical stuff, the obvious crime. The Main Stream Media are part of it, lying systematically, inciting Black Hate & White Guilt. Lying? Yes, grossly, deliberately with malice aforethought. See e.g. the next one.

 

How the Jews won the Battle of Charlottesville  [ 22 August 2017 ]
by Andrew Joyce, Ph.D.
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“We have been working on the ground and behind the scenes leading up to, during, and after the rally.”

Anita Gray, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League [ ADL ].

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the high point in a period of increasing Alt Right confidence and activism, and it was the moment that marked our first major clash with the globalist hydra. In the wake of Charlottesville, the System that we now find ourselves in more or less open conflict with has followed its dissemination of false narratives of the day’s events with opportunistic boldness and a series of actions. In the first few days after ‘Unite the Right’, an event which saw the apparently co-ordinated ambush of White Identitarian attendees, various arms of the Alt Right have suffered logistical attacks on their internet-based activities, Steve Bannon has left the White House, the myth of the ‘right wing extremist’ has been resurrected with a vengeance, and dangerous precedents have been established on the vital issues of internet freedom and Freedom of  Speech. We are, to a greater degree than any point in recent memory, backed into a corner.

However, despite these strained circumstances, and the hectic and confused media coverage of events in Virginia, it is crucial to understand that none of these actions and reactions against the Alt Right have been spontaneous or ad hoc. Rather, what we have witnessed is the culmination of intensive efforts by our opponents to forge a hegemonic anti-White interface encompassing Jewish ethnic activists, the police, all levels of government, Antifa, and the incentivized agents of globalism and Cultural Marxism. In the following essay I want to step back from the finer points of events in Charlottesville in order to illustrate and contextualize some of the broader patterns of Jewish activity that are in evidence.

The most important aspect of the ‘Unite the Right’ rally was that it wasn’t allowed to go ahead. In this regard, we are supposed to believe that local police botched the placement of opposing factions, and then had a knee-jerk reaction to the resultant early disturbances, subsequently (and conveniently) declaring a state of emergency and ending the rally before it began...........

The involvement of Jewish activist organizations in the politicization and weaponization of law enforcement, in the form of ‘race training,’ is little discussed in our circles, but it is well-attested.........

The ADL boasts that “more than 1000 law enforcement executives and commanders” have graduated from its programs, which includes a course on “implicit bias” and another titled “Lessons of the Holocaust.”..........

Media exaggerations aside, and despite the placement of opposing sides in close proximity, the aborted event was not the scene of catastrophic violence or city-wide disturbance. More destructive violence has been witnessed at Black Lives Matter rallies or, indeed, in any given weekend in cities like Detroit or Chicago. However, in a media masterstroke, Charlottesville became the subject of a carefully orchestrated ‘moral panic,’ which was relentlessly stoked until it was ‘hot’ enough to be tactically useful to Jewish interests, and to the achievement of Jewish goals which have hitherto proven elusive............

The hagiography of the British M.P. Jo Cox illustrated well the fact that the Left cherishes its martyrology............ On the whole, European mainstream media attention to the non-event in Charlottesville lasted an astonishing three full days, and at time of this writing some newspapers are still trying to drain a few more drops of coverage and commentary. .............

 However, the moral panic surrounding Charlottesville enabled these Jewish groups to finally claim a number of prominent scalps in record time, with internet-based actions taken by Google, PayPal, CloudFlare, and Facebook against the Daily Stormer, the National Policy Institute, Radix Journal, Identity Europa, VDare, Counter-Currents and many individuals and smaller associations linked to the Alt Right. Again, while the moral panic provided the indignation and immediate emotional cover for these actions to take place, the ideological foundations for such moves against internet freedom were pre-existing......

For now, our primary focus should be on letting our opponents know that we’ve weathered the storm. They’ve raised their game, and the spotlight is now on us. If they wanted an escalation, they should know that we aim to please.
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Is Doctor Joyce overstating the case? NO! Far from it. The Main Stream Media hate storm was just the obvious part.

 

 [ 22 August 2017 ]
This headline from the Daily Mail is about as neutral as Julius Streicher's offerings in  Der Stürmer, a Nazi newspaper. He was tried, convicted and hanged for his pains.

 

Internet Censorship Steps Up As A Second Site Is Wiped Out [ 27 August 2017 ]
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Internet Censorship Ramps up as Second “White Nationalist” Website has DNS Seized
The ongoing program to censor the internet of all dissenting views took another step forward today with the news that the “Stormfront” website—one of the oldest pro-white sites on the web—has had its Domain Name Servers (DNS) seized, only a few weeks after the “Daily Stormer” domain was seized in similar fashion. Whatever one thinks of either of the sites in question, the precedent has now been set that any website, espousing any view, can be forced offline through this method—with apparently no recourse whatsoever.
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Free Speech is under attack again; part of the Long March Through The Institutions initiated by Antonio Gramsci, the leading intellectual of the Italian communist party. This particular operation was set up by an outfit calling itself the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law [ but only for some people ] - see Stormfront, internet's longest-running white supremacist site, goes offline ]. They will not welcome comparison with the Book Burnings used by the Nazis. These lawyers are just as much Tyrants in the making as Adolf Hitler and his unpleasant friends. It is all part of the Culture Wars being waged against Western Civilization by Zionist crazies & their Useful Idiots. It has taken on a fresh intensity with the Charlottesville Massacre as the excuse.

 

Copycat Bomber Plotted Destruction Of Confederate Statue [ 2 September  2017 ]
This twerp has previous. The
Independent's Article sympathises with the criminal, alleging inter alia that black victims are living in fear. It lies.

 

Black Using Flamethrower At Charlottesville Arrested  [ 21 October 2017 ]
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Corey Long, the black man who wielded an improvised flamethrower against white nationalists two months ago at a violent far-right rally in Charlottesville, Va.—an incident captured in a photo that went viral—has become the second black counterprotester in two days to be arrested in relation to the rally.

Charlottesville police investigators arrested Long, 23, of Culpeper, Va., Friday on charges of assault and battery and disorderly conduct — a move that is likely to draw strong criticism from anti-racism advocates who have accused law enforcement of not acting swiftly enough to quell the violence that broke out during the August rally or to arrest a group of white men who were videotaped beating another black counterprotester, DeAndre Harris...........

“This graceful man has appropriated not only the flames of white-supremacist bigotry but also the debauched, rhetorical fire of Trump, who gloated, earlier this week, that he would respond to a foreign threat with ‘fire and fury,’” Doreen St. Félix, a staff writer for the New Yorker, wrote. “The resistance has its fire, too.”
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The Alt-Left is full of hate, the storm troopers fronting the Culture Wars being waged against America & Western Civilization with the collusion of the Main Stream Media, Education Industry, the political elite & the Puppet Masters, which is to say Zionist crazies, which is Rent A Mob thugs got a pass, in contrast with The Charlottesville  Five  Who Are  Political Prisoners.

 

What Happened in Charlottesville
Having a black police chief determined to cause aggravation was not a good start.

 



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