Unite The Right? Let their instability emerge by contrast to our coordinated Left Nationalisms

Posted by DanielS on Sunday, 13 August 2017 00:00.

Unhinge the Right


Video shows car crashing into Charlottesville protest. Witnesses say that it was absolutely intentional; it is being treated as homicide.

Fox News, A 32-year-old woman was killed Saturday and 19 others were injured, five of them critically, when a car rammed into a group of counter-protesters during the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va.

Virginia Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran told the Associated Press that the driver of the car, a man, was in custody. Moran did not provide the driver’s name.

While following the goings on of the “Unite The Right Rally” in Charlottesville, in a live feed, Tara McCarthy took friendly questions from the likes of Roosh V. and fielded reports from the likes of Pax Dickinson, recommending that people contribute to his Mencious Moldbug (a Jewish man of Neo Reactionary fame) backed crowdfunding; Tara scolded “The Left” for counter-protesting what she says was meant to be a peaceful rally for free speech, and to encourage “normies” to join the cause of ethno-nationalism by showing them they’re not a bunch of neo-Nazis, skinheads and so-on. She might have wondered how that was supposed to happen with the motley array of right wingers that showed-up, including Commander Jeff Schoep’s Neo-Nazi group in full regalia, Carolina K.K.K., Matt Heimbach’s Jesus Freak Group, calling itself “The Traditional Workers Party” and a skinhead gang called “The Detroit Right Wings.” 

    ...and look at the headliners, starting with Mike Enoch Peinovich:

                 

Yep, (((they’ve))) marshaled a reactionary formation against the so-called “left.” 

...with plenty of warning beforehand to nearly assure that there would be violence and prison sentences for those reactionaries coming most unhinged.

A death, dozens injured, including five critically, and a ruined life for the perpetrator of the car attack was only a somewhat surprising outcome of this mix.


         

Fox News, “Charlottesville white nationalist rally blamed for 3 deaths, dozens of injuries”, 12 Aug 2017:

A 32-year-old woman was killed Saturday and 19 others were injured, five of them critically, when a car rammed into a group of counter-protesters during the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va.

A helicopter crash that killed the pilot and a passenger later in the afternoon outside the university town also was linked to the rally by State Police, though officials did not elaborate on how the crash was connected.

At a late afternoon news conference, Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said that 35 people had been injured in various confrontations during the rally and made a point of saying that none of those involved his officers. Thomas also said that the car crash was being treated as an act of “criminal homicide.”

The chaos boiled over at what is believed to be the largest group of white nationalists to come together in a decade: the governor declared a state of emergency, police dressed in riot gear ordered people out and helicopters circled overhead. The group had gathered to protest plans to remove a statue of the Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.

A 32-year-old woman was killed Saturday and 19 others were injured, five of them critically, when a car rammed into a group of counter-protesters during the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va.

A helicopter crash that killed the pilot and a passenger later in the afternoon outside the university town also was linked to the rally by State Police, though officials did not elaborate on how the crash was connected.

20 year old James Fields identified as the driver.

At a late afternoon news conference, Charlottesville Police Chief Al Thomas said that 35 people had been injured in various confrontations during the rally and made a point of saying that none of those involved his officers. Thomas also said that the car crash was being treated as an act of “criminal homicide.”

The chaos boiled over at what is believed to be the largest group of white nationalists to come together in a decade: the governor declared a state of emergency, police dressed in riot gear ordered people out and helicopters circled overhead. The group had gathered to protest plans to remove a statue of the Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.

Matt Korbon, a 22-year-old University of Virginia student, told the Associated Press several hundred counter-protesters were marching when “suddenly there was just this tire screeching sound.” A silver Dodge Challenger smashed into another car, then backed up, barreling through “a sea of people.”

The impact hurled people into the air. Those left standing scattered, screaming and running for safety in different directions.

Virginia Secretary of Public Safety Brian Moran told the Associated Press that the driver of the car, a man, was in custody. Moran did not provide the driver’s name.

The crash occurred approximately two hours after clashes in which hundreds of people scramed, chanted, threw punches, hurled water bottles and unleashed chemical sprays on each other ahead of the scheduled noon demonstration.

Addressing those who he called “the white supremacists and the Nazis who came into Charlottesvillle today,” Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe told them to “go home.”

“There is no place for you here,” McAuliffe said. “There is no place for you in America ... Go home and never come back.”

Hours earlier, President Donald Trump condemned “in the strongest possible terms” what he called an “egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides” after the clashes. He called for “a swift restoration of law and order and the protection of innocent lives.”

Hours later, Trump tweeted condolences to the families of the victims of the helicopter crash — who he identified as Virginia state troopers — and the unidentified woman who was killed by the car.

Right-wing blogger Jason Kessler had planned what he called a “pro-white” rally to protest Charlottesville’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from a city park.

Oren Segal, who directs the Anti-Defamation League’s Center on Extremism, said multiple white power groups had gathered in Charlottesville, including members of neo-Nazi organizations, racist skinhead groups and Ku Klux Klan factions.

A group of counter-protesters rally against members of white nationalists in Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S., August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

“We anticipated this event being the largest white supremacist gathering in over a decade,” Segal said. “Unfortunately, it appears to have become the most violent as well.”

The white nationalist organizations Vanguard America and Identity Evropa; the Southern nationalist League of the South; the National Socialist Movement; the Traditionalist Workers Party; and the Fraternal Order of Alt Knights also were on hand, he said, along with several groups with a smaller presence.

Kessler said this week that the rally is partly about the removal of Confederate symbols but also about free speech and “advocating for white people.”

“This is about an anti-white climate within the Western world and the need for white people to have advocacy like other groups do,” he said in an interview.

The violence was met with universal condemnation from political leaders, as well as first lady Melania Trump, who tweeted: “Our country encourages freedom of speech, but let’s communicate w/o hate in our hearts. No good comes from violence. #Charlottesville.”

Members of white nationalists clash a group of counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S., August 12, 2017. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts

Vice President Mike Pence tweeted: “I stand with @POTUS against hate & violence. U.S. is greatest when we join together & oppose those seeking to divide us. #Charlottesville”

House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., also tweeted condemning the protests. “The views fueling the spectacle in Charlottesville are repugnant,” Ryan tweeted. “Let it only serve to unite Americans against this kind of vile bigotry.”

The NHL’s Detroit Red Wings released a statement Saturday denouncing the user of their logo at the rally and that they are considering legal action to stop it.

The team said it “vehemently” disagrees with and is not associated with the event.”

A Michigan-based white nationalist group called the Detroit Right Wings uses the Red Wings’ logo.

Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer said he was disappointed that the white nationalists had come to his town and blamed Trump for inflaming racial prejudices during his campaign last year.

“I’m not going to make any bones about it. I place the blame for a lot of what you’re seeing in American today right at the doorstep of the White House and the people around the president.”

Saturday’s violence was the latest confrontation in Charlottesville since the city voted earlier this year to remove the Lee statue.

In May, a torch-wielding group that included prominent white nationalist Richard Spencer gathered around the statue for a nighttime protest, and in July, about 50 members of a North Carolina-based KKK group traveled there for a rally, where they were met by hundreds of counter-protesters.

The city has also renamed Lee Park, where the statue stands, and Jackson Park, named after Confederate General Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. They are now called Emancipation Park and Justice Park, respectively.

A group called the Monument Fund filed a lawsuit arguing that removing the statue would violate a state law governing war memorials. A judge has agreed to a temporary injunction that blocks the city from removing the statue for six months.



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Posted by Red Ice hacked on Sat, 12 Aug 2017 23:56 | #

Red Ice hacked


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Posted by Faith Goldy on the spot on Sun, 13 Aug 2017 00:17 | #

Faith Goldy, whoever that is, was the Alt-Right woman reporting from Charlotte when the car happened to plow through the crowd. She talks with the partially Jewish Stefan Molyneux about the events and tries to justify the Alt-Right’s approach.


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Posted by photos of car attack on Sun, 13 Aug 2017 01:43 | #


Images, Jake Jarvis, Twitter


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Posted by Alt-Right: Dubious headlines - "one Antifa dead" on Sun, 13 Aug 2017 02:28 | #

Alt-Right, “CHARLOTTESVILLE: 2 POLITICIZED POLICE DEAD, 1 ANTIFA DEAD, 0 PATRIOTS DEAD. BIG WIN FOR THE ALT-RIGHT”, 12 Aug 2013

With leadership rendering irresponsible and foolish headlines like that, is it any wonder that the “Unite The Right” Charlottesville gathering ended in disaster?


          ....end this Jewish/rightwing coalition operation


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Posted by Heather Heyer on Sun, 13 Aug 2017 03:22 | #

Business Insider, “Who Is Heather Heyer? Paralegal Identified As Victim Of Charlottesville Violence”, 13 Aug 2017:

         
A young paralegal from Greene County, Virginia, was identified as the victim of violence that broke out after hundreds of white nationalists converged Saturday in Charlottesville, Virginia, to participate in the Unite the Right rally held against the city’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from the Emancipation Park.

Heather Heyer, 32, died when a car with an Ohio license plate rammed into a crowd near the city’s downtown mall after the rally at the city park was dispersed, according to reports. Heyers was one of the counterprotesters marching in jubilation near the mall after the white nationalists dispersed from the scene.


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Posted by Fields' mother has Jewish name, "Bloom" on Sun, 13 Aug 2017 10:12 | #

ABC News, “Mother of Charlottesville suspect: ‘I just knew he was going to a rally ... I thought it had something to do with Trump”, 13 Aug 2017:

Samantha Bloom learns of the incident from reporters.

The mother of the man who allegedly plowed into a group of people protesting a white nationalist rally Saturday in Virginia said she knew her son was attending a rally—but she thought it was a rally for President Trump, not for white nationalists.

In an interview Saturday night in Toledo, Ohio, with The Associated Press, Samantha Bloom said of her son James Alex Fields Jr., “I just knew he was going to a rally. I mean, I try to stay out of his political views. You know, we don’t, you know, I don’t really get too involved, I moved him out to his own apartment, so we—I’m watching his cat.”

Bloom was informed by The AP reporter that the rally was indeed organized by white nationalists. “I thought it had something to do with Trump. Trump’s not a white supremacist,” she said.

“He had an African-American friend so ...,” she said before her voice trailed off.

In an interview with The Toledo Blade, she said, “I told him to be careful. [And] if they’re going to rally to make sure he’s doing it peacefully.”

Bloom told The AP she didn’t even know about the incident until she spoke with the AP reporter. She said she was indeed surprised with the deadly outcome. “Yeah, that he would run his car into a group of people for… I’m really not clear on…”

When pressed by The AP reporter about what Bloom was told by her son, it does appear that he had indicated it was an alt-right gathering.

“Like I said, I don’t really talk to him about his political views,” she said. “He just—so I don’t really understand what the rally was about or anything, so… I just know there was—he did mention it was ‘albright’? What is it? Al—?”

The reporter then interrupts her, saying, “Alt-right?”

Bloom responds, “Albright”

The reporter then corrects her, saying, “No, alt-right. It’s like alternative right.”

Bloom told The AP she and her son had just moved to the Toledo area from the northern Kentucky city of Florence. She said that’s where Fields grew up. She relocated to Ohio for work.

Fields, 20, has been charged with charged with second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, and one count related to leaving the scene. A bond hearing is scheduled for Monday.


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Posted by Robert E. Lee on Mon, 14 Aug 2017 22:02 | #

                                                         

“The consolidation of the states into one vast empire, sure to be aggressive abroad and despotic at home, will be the certain precursor of ruin which has overwhelmed all that preceded it.”  - Robert E. Lee


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Posted by "couldn't just get out of the way" on Tue, 15 Aug 2017 08:10 | #

The right is high on avoiding agentive accountability - they are biased toward accountability to what they take to be facts, or truth, as if mere facts are accountable, as if facts have agency ..while people do have agency .. thus, by contrast, the White left is biased toward accountability to people, since they will provide corrective gauge on the relevance of facts.

       

                     

 

               

     

               


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Posted by Baked Alaska may've been blinded on Tue, 15 Aug 2017 08:25 | #

Even if this guy is some kind of jerk, that’s really screwed up.

       

  .@bakedalaska was sprayed in his eyes with hydrochloric acid by #AntiFa, why hasn’t the @GOP condemned #AntiFa yet again? pic.twitter.com/6bG1PqeGfs

  — MicroNewRightLeader™ (@MicroMagicJuice) August 14, 2017

During the Saturday attack on White Nationalists by violent antifa members, prominent alt-right activist Baked Alaska had acid thrown into his eyes. He may be permanently blinded.


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Posted by Unite Right Organizer, Kessler's poem White Devils on Tue, 15 Aug 2017 15:05 | #

Unite the Right Organizer, Jason Kessler, reading his poem “White Devils: Evil whites subjugate Africa, mine it, marry ‘ebony queens’ and are killed 4 their ways.”

Renegade Robot @renegadebot

A Judas goat is trained to associate with sheep or cattle, gaining their trust before leading them to the slaughter.
5:31 PM - Aug 15, 2017

       

                     


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Posted by Guessedworker on Tue, 15 Aug 2017 18:24 | #

So how much credit will the President receive from the Alt-Right for his latest statement on Charlottesville?  I mean, he didn’t totally disown them this time and told some truth.  Anyway, the media seems to be furious.  Which is a good sign.


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Posted by DanielS on Tue, 15 Aug 2017 21:00 | #

It was something different that he suggested that “all sides had to be taken into consideration.”

That was a significant positive difference from what you would have heard from a president in recent decades.

That the concerns of Whites would actually be considered valid (and some alleged grievances of liberals to be dubious), even if indirectly, is apparently Bannon’s influence.
 

          ....Miller’s been having a hand in cultivating the Jewish/right-wing coalition as well.


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Posted by Trump: "blame on all sides" on Wed, 16 Aug 2017 08:43 | #

The Hill, “Trump defiant: ‘Blame on both sides’ in Charlottesville”, 15 Aug 2015:

NEW YORK — President Trump on Tuesday defiantly asserted that there is “blame on both sides” for the deadly violence over the weekend in Charlottesville, Va., remarks that inflamed his critics and reignited debate over his hesitance to condemn white supremacists.

At a wild, impromptu press conference at Trump Tower, the president defended his initial response that “many sides” were to blame to the violence at the “Unite the Right” rally in Virginia, saying he needed to “know the facts” before calling out neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan.

In extended remarks on the rally, Trump bulldozed through a statement he made at the White House one day earlier, when he declared that “racism is evil” and decried the white supremacists responsible for fomenting the violent clashes as “criminals and thugs.”

The second statement was designed to quell a firestorm of criticism from Democrats and Republicans alike who assailed him for failing to unequivocally condemn the white supremacist groups.

But on Tuesday, facing a barrage of questions from reporters about why he did not immediately condemn racist protesters by name, Trump doubled down, saying that his first response was “excellent” and that liberal counterprotesters — whom he dubbed the “alt-left” — were just as much to blame as white supremacists for the violence.

“What about the alt-left that came charging at the — as you say, the alt-right?” Trump asked. “Do they have any semblance of guilt? What about the fact they came charging with clubs in their hands, swinging clubs? Do they have any problem? I think they do. As far as I am concerned, that was a horrible, horrible day.”

That comment drew praise from David Duke, a former KKK leader who attended Saturday’s rally.

“Thank you President Trump for your honesty & courage to tell the truth about #Charlottesville & condemn the leftist terrorists in BLM/Antifa,” Duke tweeted.

Democrats reacted furiously at Trump’s latest comments, calling them a sign he was not sincere when he condemned racism on Monday.

“The president’s press conference today made plain that the statement he gave on Saturday is what he really believes,” said House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) “There is only one side to be on when a white supremacist mob brutalizes and murders in America. The American people deserve a president who understands that.”

Criticism also came from the president’s own party.

Texas Republican Rep. Will Hurd said he was not proud of how Trump had handled himself at the press conference.

“Apologize,” Hurd said on CNN. “Racism, bigotry, anti-Semitism of any form is unacceptable. The leader of the free world should be unambiguous about that.”

“I don’t think anybody should be looking at getting props from a grand dragon of the KKK as any kind of sign of success,” he added.

Some Trump aides appeared to be surprised by the president’s comments, which he made after an announcement about infrastructure. Reporters were told before the event that National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn and Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao would take questions on the infrastructure plan — but that Trump would not.

White House chief of staff John Kelly stood to the side of the golden elevator bank close to where Trump spoke, looking down and clasping his hands. Cohn, who stood beside the president, smiled and tried to steal glances with other aides. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders whispered to top communications aide Hope Hicks. 

After being cloistered inside his Manhattan high rise all day, Trump appeared determined to get his feelings and thoughts off his chest.

He bristled at critics who have said he should have condemned white supremacist groups and neo-Nazis immediately and that he didn’t because he feared alienating extremist elements of his base.

“I will tell you something. I watched those very closely, much more closely than you people watched it,” Trump said. “And you had a group on one side that was bad, and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent. And nobody wants to say that. But I’ll say it right now. You had a group on the other side that came charging in without a permit, and they were very, very violent.”

Violent clashes erupted Saturday in Charlottesville, a college town, during a large gathering of white supremacists and far right demonstrators. Heather Heyer, 32, was killed and at least 19 were injured when a car drove into a crowd of counterdemonstrators. The alleged driver, a 20-year-old Ohio man, is accused of having ties to white supremacist groups.

Trump called the driver a “disgrace” but declined to say unequivocally whether he committed an act of terrorism. 

“You can call this terrorism, you can call it murder, you can call it whatever you want,” he said. “The driver of the car is a murderer and what he did was a horrible, horrible, inexcusable thing.” 

The president said he has not yet contacted the family of Heyer, but said a statement made by her mother “was a beautiful statement … I really appreciated it.”

When he was asked whether he would visit Charlottesville, the president said he owns “one of the largest wineries in the United States” in the area. Trump purchased the winery in 2011 and later turned it over to his son, Eric.

Trump has been quick to condemn terrorist attacks perpetrated by Islamic extremist groups. But he stressed Tuesday he wanted to take his time with the Charlottesville incident. 

He said that not all of the white nationalists protesting were racists. Some, Trump said, had gathered to protest the taking down of a Confederate statue.

“I have condemned neo-Nazis. I have condemned many different groups, but not all of those people were neo-Nazis, believe me,” Trump said.

“Not all of those people were white supremacists, by any stretch. Those people were also there because they wanted to protest taking down of a statue, Robert E. Lee.”

A reporter asked whether Trump believes white supremacists were “treated unfairly.”

“You had a lot of people in that group who were there to innocently protest, and very legally protest,” Trump said. “I don’t know if you know. They had a permit. The other group didn’t have a permit. So I only tell you this: There are two sides to a story.”

He accused the media of trying to whitewash history, asking if they would support removing statues of former presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson because they owned slaves.

“You’re changing history, you’re changing culture,” Trump said.


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Posted by Cantwell: a new Hal Turner on Wed, 16 Aug 2017 09:19 | #

Mike Enoch, Jason Kessler and Chris Cantwell are apparently Judas goats tasked with corralling the goyim - unite and rope the right.

Chris Cantwell does Hal Turner with a certain Howard Sternesque crudity from a right wing perspective.

       

       


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Posted by Baltimore's Confederate monuments removed at night on Wed, 16 Aug 2017 14:09 | #

Daily Mail, “Baltimore’s Four Confederate Monuments are Removed Under Cover of Darkness”, 16 Aug 2017:
               
  The statue of Chief Justice Roger Taney in Baltimore, MD. It was standing yesterday, today it’s gone.

Confederate monuments were torn down in Baltimore overnight just days after white nationalists led a deadly protest over the planned removal of a statue in Virginia.

Work crews used heavy machinery to haul the divisive monuments away in the early hours of Wednesday morning.

A monument to Robert E. Lee, commander of the pro-slavery Confederate army in the American Civil War, and Confederate General Stonewall Jackson was dismantled from the city’s Wyman Park Dell.

A crane was pictured removing a monument dedicated to the Confederate Women of Maryland around 3am in Bishop Square Park and placing it on a flatbed truck 45 minutes later.

The monument in Mount Vernon honoring Roger Taney, who wrote the 1857 Dred Scott decision that upheld slavery, was also removed. Another statue for Confederate soldiers and sailors, which was vandalized with red paint at the weekend, was also gone by Wednesday morning.

Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh said crews began removing the city’s Confederate monuments late Tuesday and finished around 5.30am on Wednesday.

‘It’s done,’ Pugh told the Baltimore Sun. ‘They needed to come down. My concern is for the safety and security of our people. We moved as quickly as we could.’

The mayor personally watched as workers removed the statues in the dark. The city council approved the removal of four statues on Monday after a year of indecision about what to do with the monuments.

‘Following the acts of domestic terrorism carried out by white supremacist terrorist groups in Charlottesville, Virginia, this past weekend, cities must act decisively and immediately by removing these monuments,’ Baltimore city councilman Brandon Scott wrote in a resolution calling for the removal of the statues.

‘The folks that are displayed in these monuments were traitors to the United States of America, and we should not honor traitors with monuments.

‘We should not have these anywhere for public display. These monuments are being used as beacons of lightning for vile racism.’

Pugh initially declined on Monday to say when they would come down, saying only that she had contacted two contractors about removing the monuments. She said on Wednesday that the quick overnight action was designed to avoid the violent conflict seen in Charlottesville.

‘I did not want to endanger people in my own city,’ the mayor said.

‘I had begun discussions with contractors and so forth about how long it would take to remove them. I am a responsible person, so we moved as quickly as we could.’

The city is still deciding on what to do with the monuments.

Pugh wants the statues to be placed in Confederate cemeteries elsewhere in Maryland, while other council members have suggested melting them down to ‘honor true Baltimore Heroes’.

A number of residents gathered to watch the monuments being torn down overnight. Some reportedly cheered when the statues were taken away.

‘I’m impressed that it happened so quickly,’ Baltimore resident Bonnie Crawford told WTOP. ‘These monuments tend to glorify people who fought for ideals that actually compromised the lives of citizens in this country.’

The dismantling of the monuments comes after a rally by white nationalists protesting against plans to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee sparked clashes with anti-racism demonstrators in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday.

The rally turned deadly when a car rammed into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing a 32-year-old woman and injuring 19 other people.

Saturday’s violence appears to have accelerated the drive to remove memorials, flags and other reminders of the Confederate cause across the United States.

A 22-year-old woman was arrested on Tuesday for taking matters into her own hands after allegedly toppling the Confederate statue in North Carolina with a group of protesters.

Meanwhile a Confederate monument in Birmingham, Alabama was covered up on Tuesday afternoon as authorities considered legal options for it to be removed. The monument at Linn Park was covered in plywood following orders from Birmingham Mayor William Bell.

President Donald Trump caused outrage on Tuesday when he said that neo-Nazis and ‘alt-left’ liberal extremists shared responsibility for the violence.

‘You see them come with the black outfits and with the helmets and the baseball bats,’ Trump said in New York, describing hooded counter-protesters who came to Charlottesville to disrupt a white nationalist march.

‘What about the alt-left that came charging at the, as you say, the alt-right?’ he challenged reporters on Tuesday. ‘Do they have any semblance of guilt?’

The president also said ‘I do think there’s blame on both sides’ and that there were ‘very fine people’ in the white nationalist crowd who had ‘a permit’ to protest against the removal of a statue of Robert E Lee.

Trump’s words were quickly denounced by members of his own party as a clumsy attempt to draw moral equivalence between Nazis and liberal activists.

The President insisted Tuesday that many on the political right who gathered in Charlottesville were peaceful protesters themselves who aimed to save the Lee statue from the scrap heap.

‘Not all of those people were white supremacists by any stretch. Those people were also there because they wanted to protest the taking down of a statue,’ he said.

‘You also had people that were very fine people, on both sides.’

Asked specifically if he thought Charlottesville’s Robert E. Lee should be torn down, he said: ‘I would say that’s up to a local town, community or the federal government, depending on where it is located.’

‘This week it’s Robert E. Lee. I notice that Stonewall Jackson’s coming down.

‘I wonder, is it George Washington next week, and is it Thomas Jefferson the week after? You know you really do have to ask yourself, where does it stop?’


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Posted by Gary Cohn disgusted by Trump, Bannon proud on Wed, 16 Aug 2017 14:18 | #

               

Breitbart, “Steve Bannon Proud of Trump; Gary Cohn ‘Disgusted”, 16 Aug 2017:

President Donald Trump’s chief economic adviser has told close associates that he was deeply upset by the president’s comments about the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Gary Cohn, the director of the White House’s National Economic Council and former president of Goldman Sachs, has expressed his “disgust” at Trump’s comments during the past few days, according to two people familiar with the matter who spoke with Breitbart News.

As the president came under an avalanche of criticism from the media, Cohn publicly declared he was focused on “executing the president’s agenda.” But privately, Cohn was expressing his disapproval with Trump’s remarks, the sources said. Cohn’s “disgust” at the president was first reported by Maggie Haberman and Glenn Thrush of the New York Times. Thrush attributed the leak of Cohn’s reaction to three different sources.

“Gary is deeply upset at how Donald Trump is talking about Charlottesville,” one person familiar with the matter told Breitbart News.

Cohn was not the only White House staffer who was privately undermining the president’s message this week. Shortly after Tuesday’s press conference, Thrush also reported that sources had told him that Jared Kushner and Ivanka Trump had pushed the president to “more forcefully denounce neo-Nazis, KKK, and white nationalists over the weekend.”

Others, however, applauded the president’s remarks Tuesday. A source told Bloomberg news that Steve Bannon was proud of the president’s performance at the press conference.


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Posted by colored woman tears down statue on Wed, 16 Aug 2017 22:53 | #

Durham, North Carolina: Colored woman, crowd of self righteous liberals and blacks tear down confederate statue, stomp, jeer celebrate.



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Posted by Red Left beats Gary Cohn's worker's Disney on Thu, 17 Aug 2017 09:30 | #

Goldman, S&P, USDJPY Drop On Unconfirmed Rumors That Gary Cohn Resigned

The Red Left scores victory over Gary Cohn’s worker’s Disney Land.

In a matter of deft casuistry, the YKW and their IWW interests (Red Left) have taken advantage of the Charlottesville incident to end Gary Cohn’s protectionist National Economic Council - which is a retarded kind of Bernie Sanders economic plan - propped up make/fake work for lagging Americans.


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Posted by Cantwell wanted for arrest on Fri, 18 Aug 2017 02:15 | #

Vice News, “Chris Cantwell is reportedly wanted for arrest”, 17 Aug 2017:

White nationalist Christopher Cantwell, who spoke extensively with VICE News as the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia unfolded on Saturday, is now wanted for arrest on felony charges in Virginia, the Boston Globe reported Thursday.

Cantwell is wanted on two warrants — both related to events in Charlottesville — for felony charges for the illegal use of gases and injury by caustic agent or explosive, Virginia Commonwealth Attorney’s Office authorities told the Globe.
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Each charge carries a minimum sentence of five years’ imprisonment.

Asked about the warrants, Cantwell told VICE News he acted in self-defense and plans to turn himself in.

“I think it’s obvious that I acted in self-defense,” he said. “I’ll beat the case if there is any justice, I’m just not certain justice is part of the equation anymore.”

In a video posted to YouTube Wednesday, Cantwell — who appeared to be fighting back tears — said he had reached out to New Hampshire police officers for advice about what to do.

“I want to be peaceful, I want to be law-abiding,” Cantell said in the video, adding, “We have done everything in our power to keep this peaceful, you know.”

The Virginia Commonwealth Attorney’s Office did not immediately return VICE News’ request for comment.


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Posted by Greg Johnson displaying incompetence on Mon, 21 Aug 2017 02:12 | #

Greg Johnson says the “Unite the Right Did Nothing Wrong (But There’s Still Room for Improvement)”

       
        Unite the Right Marchers in Charlottesville

... how is marching alongside KKK, Neo-Nazis and skinheads as an overall public representation in any way tactful? .. it is a situation perfect for infiltration by anti-White ethno nationalist agents and agent provocateurs. How is unite the right anything but a dead-ringer for the exact Jewish strategy of keeping White identity associated with the right - to keep White Nationalism anti-social, unaccountable, supremacist, stigmatized, marginalized, internally conflicted and externally repugnant?

It is clear. And while I had serious reservations about Greg Johnson, my opinion of him is lowered further. He is showing incompetence for leadership and now, in what had been his strong point, he is showing incompetence in spokesmanship.

Maybe he’s getting desperate. Maybe he is getting his palms greased along with his ass.

Counter Currents, “Unite the Right Did Nothing Wrong (But There’s Still Room for Improvement)”, 19 Aug 2017:

                             

Well the unity didn’t last long. Immediately after Unite the Right, those who did not participate started attacking the speakers and organizers. For instance, Katie McHugh and AntiDem have used Unite the Right as a pretext to attack Richard Spencer. Now the speakers and organizers are blaming and disavowing one another. Richard Spencer, Eli Mosley, and Baked Alaska, for example, have disavowed Jason Kessler over a tweet about Heather Heyer, who joined the violent mob that attacked Unite the Right and died as a result.

We can come up with a long list of problems with Unite the Right. The fact that the Unite the Right planning sessions on Discord had an an anti-fa mole recorded everything does not speak well of the prudence and operational security of the organizers. Nor does the fact that the organizers did not have lawyers on hand in case of arrests, and they did not impress upon the participants the necessity of not talking to the police until provided with a lawyer. The biggest problem, however, is that the event was announced four months in advance, giving the enemy time to organize a response.

But even with all the organizational problems, the fact remains that Unite the Right would have gone off without a hitch if the police in Charlottesville had done their jobs. We have to hold fast to this fact and insist that 100% of the blame for the deaths and injuries in Charlottesville must ultimately be laid on the city government and the governor of Virginia. It is not the fault of Jason Kessler, the principal organizer. It is not the fault of Eli Mosley, who conducted his organizational meetings in a most impressive manner without knowing that the enemy were listening in. It is not the fault of Richard Spencer. It is not the fault of James Fields, who was clearly acting in self-defense. It is not the fault of anyone at Unite the Right.

Blaming the government does not, of course, absolve the rioters of their own responsibility. But they never would have been able to attack the rally with a whole array of lethal and non-lethal weapons if the police had done their jobs. And the fact that many of the people at the rally were carrying guns, but none of them killed any of the protesters, even after being assaulted with deadly weapons, shows a miraculously high level of restraint and discipline.

Blaming the government does not, moreover, imply that Unite the Right did not make mistakes. Clearly, things could have been handled better, and they will be handled better in the future.

As for Jason Kessler, if we can give Kessler the bulk of the credit for what went right about Unite the Right, we also have to assign him the bulk of our “room for improvement” list to study. But it is a list that everyone else should be learning from as well.

Frankly, though, I am disgusted by the disavowals and tinfoil hat conspiracy theories being directed at Kessler.

  Yes, Jason Kessler once supported Barack Obama. But nobody is born a white advocate. We were all something else before we came to this movement. Julian Langness, for instance, was actually an Obama delegate at the 2008 Democratic convention. If being something else before he joined this movement disqualifies Jason Kessler, it disqualifies us all. Furthermore, as our movement grows, it is inevitable that more ex-liberals are going to join our ranks. These people should be welcomed, not greeted with paranoid finger-pointing from the lunatic fringe. Remember: every lunatic we coddle is keeping a hundred normal people from joining our ranks.

  No, Kessler is not a Jew
  No, Kessler was not part of the Occupy Movement.
  No, Kessler does not work for George Soros.
  No, Kessler did not write for CNN.
  No, Kessler was not a paid Democratic consultant.

As for Kessler’s tweet about Heather Heyer, here it is:

It is in bad taste to mock a dead woman just because she was “fat” and “disgusting.” As for the assertion that her death was “payback time,” perhaps Kessler believes in God or karma, or at least “poetic justice,” so that those who join a rioting Leftist mob take on responsibility and merit punishment for all Leftist crimes.

Such a view might well be theologically or philosophically defensible. But in any case, it is highly likely that it is consistent with Heather Heyer’s own views, and the views of her fellow rioters. After all, if white people today are collectively responsible for slavery and colonialism, why are Leftists today not collectively responsible for the millions of victims of communism?

But there is a more down-to-earth, less metaphysical sense in which Heather Heyer really is responsible for her own death. After all, she joined a rioting mob that had committed countless crimes, including assaulting the car of James Fields. To escape them, Fields stepped on the gas and crashed into the cars in front of him, killing Heather Heyer. I predict that James Fields will be found not guilty on grounds of self-defense, if his case even goes to trial, and Heather Heyer will be classed not as a victim but as a perpetrator. I am going to save my tears and sympathy for the innocent victims of that mob — who were beaten, slashed, burned, and blinded with acid — not the perpetrators.

Of course Heyer might have simply been a political innocent who was manipulated and deceived into joining the mob. But by 1:45 in the afternoon, surely she had seen enough violence and enough weapons in the hands of her fellow protesters to get a sense of what she was lending herself to. Beyond that, people who join these events out of naivete need to know that the reason the police stood down was not just to allow the antifa to attack, but also to goad Unite the Right into fighting back, so that they could then be blamed for any injuries and deaths among the Leftist mob. Heather Heyer and everyone else in that mob was regarded simply as cannon fodder, as the raw material from which the Left could manufacture martyrs after they engineered anarchy and mayhem.

It turns out that Kessler — at the end of what is surely the worst week of his life — had sent out a tasteless drunk-tweet linking the far more tasteless attacks on Heyer at The Daily Stormer. The next morning he thought better of it and took it back. I forgive him. Richard Spencer, who knows quite a lot about drunk tweeting (and far worse), probably should have forgiven him as well, rather than joining the mob to denounce Kessler.

             

Since Kessler was simply relaying a link to The Daily Stormer and stating the substance of the article, does this imply that Spencer will no longer associate with Andrew Anglin and Weev? Does it imply that he thinks that nobody else should?

Kessler’s gaffe is just one more reason why what as come to be known as the “Alc Right” should seriously consider adopting Harold Covington’s General Order #10: Nobody working for a white homeland may use drugs or alcohol for the duration of the struggle.

Unite the Right is history. What should come next?

First, we need to take a page from the Identitarian playbook. Unite the Right was a high-risk, low-reward gamble for a movement that has very few people and resources. We need to think in terms of low-risk, high-reward events that can be replicated in every city and town across the country.

  Instead of large, unity events open to all comers — including undisciplined clowns — we need smaller, more disciplined groups with more focused messaging.

  Instead informing the enemy media and antifa rabble in advance, need to spring these events on the world, document them ourselves, and disseminate them to the world with our spin.

  Instead of big national events in one place, which require huge expenditures for travel and lodging, we need smaller local events all over the country.

Second, as one commentator wrote, if Unite the Right did the torchlight march on Friday night, then cleared out of Charlottesville and let the Left tear the city apart before the eyes of the world media, that would have been the best possible outcome. As Mike Enoch pointed out, if the media had accurately covered the behavior of the Left in Charlottesville, the whole country would be on our side. We need to give them many, many more chances to get the story right.

Going forward, I hope that our activists will stage small, disciplined, Identitarian-style events all over the country, and propagate them to the world with a twofold aim: to get our message to normies and to trigger the Left into melting down. Then, if the Left does riot the next day, our people should not go out to oppose them, since we will be blamed for all their violence. Instead, we should blend in with the mob and film everything they do, so we can propagate that message to the world as well

If we can stage enough of these edifying spectacles, we will slowly bring the public around to our way of seeing things.

It is edifying of how stupid the right is.

Related Story: Peals of Laugher as TRS seeks face to face meetings.


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Posted by Captainchaos on Mon, 21 Aug 2017 10:54 | #

According to Harold Covington, Greg Johnson is in the habit of bringing his catamite with him to public meetings.  Lulz


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Posted by Charlottesville officer on order to stand down on Mon, 21 Aug 2017 23:07 | #

TruthUncensored, “Charlottesville Police Come Forward: We Were Told to “STAND DOWN” to Ignite Race War (Video)”

       

“We [Charlotesville police] were ordered to bring the rival groups together – and then…”

A Charlottesville police officer has come forward to express his outrage at being told to “stand down” by the city mayor during violent clashes between protesters.

The officer also claims the protests, which pitched “white supremacists” against members of Antifa, were “set up” to allow for the groups to ignite into exactly what happened.

“We [Charlotesville police] were ordered to bring the rival groups together. As soon as they were in contact with each other, we were told to stand down. It was outrageous. We weren’t allowed to arrest anyone without asking the mayor first. We weren’t even allowed to stop the driver as he sped away.“

“The event was being set up as far back as at least May and it went like clockwork.”

Notice the officers looking directly at the suspect in his torn-up car, knowing that he had just run over people yet they allow him to continue and make no effort whatsoever to stop him.


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Posted by Faked Alaska on Tue, 22 Aug 2017 09:59 | #

“Baked Alaska” is expected to make a full recovery; which would correspond to the possibility that he was dramatizing the apparent attack: histrionics for effect and attention ..

Video of spraying incident indicates that he may well have camped-up the event.
 


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Posted by ADL brags about training police on Tue, 22 Aug 2017 22:00 | #

TOO, “How the Jews won the battle of Charlottesville”, Andrew Joyce, 21 August 2017:

F. Roger Devlin commented, August 21, 2017 - 6:00 pm | Permalink

This essay brings up something insufficiently discussed on our side: the privileged relation of Jewish advocacy groups with American law enforcement. The impropriety should be obvious of allowing an organization such as the ADL, representing the special interests of 2% of the American population, to help “train” law enforcement for the entire country. Yet the ADL brags openly about it on their website! Why do so many prefer to speculate about hidden Jewish conspiracies when open outrages like this are occurring in broad daylight?

 


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Posted by Millennial Woes is an idiot on Thu, 24 Aug 2017 22:47 | #

The only reason to denounce Neo-Nazis is to hurt the cause of nationalism and sow discord among people “we can work with”?

...and still framing the opposition as “the left”...man does he have it backwards. Not only is he stupid, but he is being coached by stupid people.


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Posted by MOB on Fri, 25 Aug 2017 05:20 | #

Two excellent videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LD46BP-nLtE  Greg Johnson on Heidegger’s Black Notebooks (as it relates to the present)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLvfKeS2Vo4 Cato’s Speech - Cato the Second on Charlottesville (who is this guy?)


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Posted by DanielS on Fri, 25 Aug 2017 21:43 | #

We have in fact already posted an article of Greg Johnson discussing Heidegger’s “Black Notebooks”...

As for this:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLvfKeS2Vo4 Cato’s Speech - Cato the Second on Charlottesville (who is this guy?)

I don’t agree with this take on events: notably, that “Charlottesville was an open declaration of war against everyone who advocates for Whites and their nations.”

There was no control variable in place to distinguish White advocacy from Nazis, the KKK, etc. ...to distinguish White advocacy from the right in general…just the opposite, it was about putting White advocacy together under the perfidy of the right and associating it with many things it should not associate with in our best interests.


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Posted by MOB on Sat, 26 Aug 2017 05:55 | #

Sorry . . . I’m not a regular visitor here; I didn’t see that the video had already been posted. My post provides YouTube addresses for sharing.

  Majority Rights is at least in no danger of being closed down, since it takes no discernible positions or directions that could offend anyone in power.

  As a long-time watcher of old movies on youtube, and particularly English movies and serials, over many years, I have been repeatedly surprised and disappointed during this past year, that the majority of them are no longer available, for one reason or another. Often I’ve wondered why copyright infringement has been invoked to prevent such old films from being enjoyed. Of course, their casts are all White - maybe that’s it.  I think far more than dreaded swastikas are being, or will be, removed by Jews; they have the motivation and means, so why not?
—-


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Posted by DanielS on Sat, 26 Aug 2017 06:14 | #

MOB: Sorry . . . I’m not a regular visitor here; I didn’t see that the video had already been posted. My post provides YouTube addresses for sharing.


DanielS:
Absolutely no need to apologize for that.

MOB: Majority Rights is at least in no danger of being closed down, since it takes no discernible positions or directions that could offend anyone in power.

DanielS: I do believe that we take discernible positions and directions that could offend those in power, but my best hope is that we are subtle enough so that they’d be too obviously revealed to be the ogres if they tried to shut us down. However, it is probably more the case that they are taking a strategy of trying to overwhelm and bury our voice with maneuverings of and presentations of White advocacy in stigmatic right wing and alternative right positions [they don’t want real, socially accountable White left nationalism] while keeping feedback on us in hopes of finding strategy to keep us goyim sheeple to be browned-away.

The current strategy of (((theirs))) is apparently to try to label some soft and even Jewish friendly people (e.g., Andy Nowicki) and sites such as Alternative Right as extreme right-wing, to list them on the ADL hate list, so that a site like MR, which actually is radical, will appear just unthinkable.

MOB : As a long-time watcher of old movies on youtube, and particularly English movies and serials, over many years, I have been repeatedly surprised and disappointed during this past year, that the majority of them are no longer available, for one reason or another. Often I’ve wondered why copyright infringement has been invoked to prevent such old films from being enjoyed. Of course, their casts are all White - maybe that’s it.  I think far more than dreaded swastikas are being, or will be, removed by Jews; they have the motivation and means, so why not?

DanielS: I agree that they are trying to destroy our history and memorials thereof. In line with that point..

Around Halloween, we ran some stories about how The (((Church))) has done all it can to destroy our most hallowed European holiday - our ancestor commemoration around November the first.


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Posted by Our Interesting Times on Sat, 26 Aug 2017 11:25 | #

“Our Interesting Times”: Tim Kelly talks to Andy Nowicki about his experience in Charlottesville.

         

Intelligent discussion for the most part, though Kelly makes the dubious argument that “the media was trying to conflate all sorts of people who were there to protest the taking down of Robert E. Lee’s statute”....n fact, the name of the rally was “Unite the Right”, i.e., it’s purpose was to conflate the right...


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Posted by Whites arrested for Charlottesville altercations on Sat, 02 Sep 2017 11:43 | #

New Observer, “White Man who Halted Masked Black Thug’s “Flame Attack” at Charlottesville Charged”, 30 Sep 2017:

The white man who discharged his firearm into the ground to stop a masked black thug from attacking and burning people with a flammable spray at the Charlottesville rally has been arrested and charged after a video of the incident emerged over the past weekend.

The man, a 52-year-old named Richard Preston, has been charged with discharging a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school. If convicted, it could earn him a felony conviction.

The incident occurred as the white people were peacefully marching to the rally assembly area. As a group came through a narrow opening, a still unidentified masked black thug started spraying a flammable substance from a large can he was holding, and, after setting the spray alight, used the improvised flame thrower as a deadly weapon to try and set fire to the white people.

After several whites had failed to stop the black attacker—mostly by trying to disarm him with flagpoles—Preston drew his openly-carried firearm.

The man, a 52-year-old named Richard Preston, has been charged with discharging a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school. If convicted, it could earn him a felony conviction.

The incident occurred as the white people were peacefully marching to the rally assembly area. As a group came through a narrow opening, a still unidentified masked black thug started spraying a flammable substance from a large can he was holding, and, after setting the spray alight, used the improvised flame thrower as a deadly weapon to try and set fire to the white people.

After several whites had failed to stop the black attacker—mostly by trying to disarm him with flagpoles—Preston drew his openly-carried firearm.

The white man then pointed his firearm in the direction of the black attacker, and after warning him verbally, fired one shot into the ground. The masked black thug immediately stopped trying to set fire to the whites, and vanished into the crowd.

Although the firearm discharge was clearly meant to defend innocent people from the attack and potential serious injury—and was only needed after nearby police officers refused to intervene to stop the black attacker—it is now the white man who has been identified and arrested.

Preston was arrested this past Saturday in Maryland following a fugitive warrant issued in Virginia, and was being held at the Baltimore County Detention Center.

Two other whites have been arrested in connection with the rally in Charlottesville. According to police, Alex Michael Ramos and Daniel Patrick Borden have both been charged with malicious wounding. Those arrests also follow an unprovoked attack by so-called antifa thugs and the two are expected to plead self-defense.

Meanwhile, James Alex Fields Jr. remains in custody on second-degree murder charges which stem from the now infamous car-ramming incident at the rally. It is still unclear exactly what happened in this incident, and doubtless the full details will emerge when his trial starts.

 


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Posted by Attacker of Baked Alaska identified: on Sat, 02 Sep 2017 15:03 | #

Attacker of Baked Alaska identified:


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Posted by Roger Grigsby forced to close restaurant on Mon, 04 Sep 2017 10:31 | #

The Mercury News, “Boycott over David Duke donations closes Santa Cruz restaurant”, 1 Sept 2017:

SANTA CRUZ – A long-time Westside Chinese food restaurant has shuttered, perhaps permanently, in the face of a boycott and heated online backlash against the owner’s 2016 political donations.

Roger Grigsby, owner of O’mei Szechuan Chinese Restaurant, said on Wednesday that he made several donations adding up to $500 to the U.S. Senate campaign of Louisiana’s David Duke during his unsuccessful 2016 run. Duke served as a Ku Klux Klan leader from 1974 to 1978. Grigsby said he has been dealing with “political terror” and an “attack” on his business as word of his donations has spread from an alternative news site to a business review site to neighborhood discussion boards and blogs.

“They spread the gossip, they spread it as if it’s truth. All the things they called me: white supremacist, neo-Nazi, KKK — it’s all bullshit,” Grigsby said by phone. “My girlfriend and my former wife were both Chinese. Anybody who knows me, it’s like the United Colors of Benetton in our restaurant. We’ve had every ethnicity.”

Grigsby’s donations, publicly available information through the Federal Election Commission, were brought to light on Aug. 16 by community news site The San Francisco Bay Area Independent Media Center, at Indybay.org. The issue of Grigsby’s donations comes in the wake of the Aug. 12 violent clashes between a white nationalist rally and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia, that left one dead.

Grigsby, who also made several donations adding up to $500 to the “Trump Make America Great Again Committee,” according to public campaign disclosure listings on the U.S. Federal Election Commission website fec.gov, defended his support of Duke’s campaign. Duke, he said, is unfairly characterized by the news media as a “hate caricature.”

“He is defending the civil rights of European-Americans, whites, defending them from attacks against them,” Grigsby said of Duke. “If you can’t see that in the media, I don’t know what to tell you. The very word, ‘white supremacist’ is an attack. Nobody calls Mexicans and blacks and Chinese ‘Nazis.’ They only call white people ‘Nazis.’ The idea there is to make guilt by association of two words. White people and evil Nazis.”

Duke has served as founder of the now-defunct European-American Unity and Rights Organization and served a term as a Louisiana state representative in 1989. He is also a convicted felon, having served a 15-month federal prison sentence and paid a $10,000 fine after pleading guilty in 2002 to mail fraud and false tax return filing charges.

UNDER ATTACK

In recent days, signs noting O’mei’s closure after 38 years due to “slanderous and malicious internet rumors” have been spread across the business’ windows. Grigsby said he is dividing his time between supporting about five employees with their unemployment claims and flagging negative online comments about the business.

Bonny Doon resident and mystery novel author Nancy Lynn Jarvis is one of O’mei’s customers who finds herself emotionally torn by the upset, calling the business a Santa Cruz institution. Jarvis said she has been a loyal O’mei customer since it was located on campus at UC Santa Cruz, Grigsby’s alma mater. Jarvis’ fictional Regan McHenry Real Estate Mysteries characters, Regan and Tom, have stopped by O’mei for meals in her books. No more, she said.

“There is simply no way that I can ever go back there; I feel slightly nauseous when I think about all the money that was contributed there that could potentially end up where it did,” Jarvis said. “So, I’m done and I’m glad it’s closed. I feel really sorry for the people working there, because obviously they’re going to have to find other jobs. That’s the only down side I can see.”

Jarvis said she waited nearly a week after hearing rumors of Grigsby’s political donation and did a significant amount of personal research before believing the news.

Santa Cruz resident Ronnie Record, also a former O’mei customer, announced his intention to boycott the restaurant on neighborhood site Nextdoor.com and Facebook last week.

“To be clear, I regularly do business with and consider myself friends with individuals who identify as Conservative/Republican/Right Wing politically,” Record wrote on Facebook. “I respect their views and value their perspective. I do not believe it would be a good thing to boycott businesses just because their political view may differ from mine. This is a matter of a business owner supporting one of the most prominent leaders, members, and promoters of the Ku Klux Klan, a domestic terrorist organization.”

BUSINESS BACKLASH

Casey Beyer, president and CEO for Santa Cruz Area Chamber of Commerce, said he has seen the Santa Cruz community react strongly against businesses whose leadership take a political stance differing from the larger community, though usually related to more localized issues. He said he also has seen businesses remain silent on political issues, to avoid such a spotlight . Taking a controversial position, Beyer said, opens businesses to a backlash.

“I think the real sad testimony is what we see happening across the country with individuals expressing their point of view, which I don’t agree with at all, but then the counter-protesters creating violence and anger, which we saw in Berkeley this weekend,” Beyer said. “How does that resolve the conflict of hate, when you’re actually using violence to get your message across?”

O’mei is not a member of the Chamber of Commerce or the Santa Cruz County Business Council, according to both organizations’ leaders. Business Council Executive Director Robert Singleton said people have to “own where they put their money.”

“Individuals have the right to make politically poor choices but they will bear the repercussions of those poor choices, especially if they’re making a public stance or giving money toward a public figure,” Singleton said. “If you do that, you can suffer the repercussions and that’s typically why businesses stay out of politics or engage in very limited and direct way, with organizations like the Business Council. It’s just a shame that employees that had nothing to do with what that business owner said have their livelihood jeopardized because of a poor decision by their business owner to give money to someone as divisive and hateful as David Duke.”

Grigsby, 67, described himself as the restaurant’s “basically retired” owner who had been keeping the business open primarily for his approximately nine or fewer employees. Grigsby said several of his wait staff employees quit after hearing of his campaign donations, then went on to post negative comments to O’mei’s Yelp page.

“They basically have killed O’mei. I doubt very seriously if it can come back with this kind of attack,” Grigsby said. “I didn’t know the backlash would happen, because I didn’t know there would be that many stupid people in Santa Cruz who would actually believe this stuff. But I guess my beliefs were proved wrong. When I say ‘stupid,’ I mean ignorant.”

 

Ryan, this is Roger, owner and founder of Omei in Santa Cruz.

There is only one legitimate “side” in this “story”. My restaurant was subjected to political terrorism. By Indybay media, by bogus “reviews” placed on our Yelp! page, and by gossip on various other networks like Nextdoor and Facebook. The people at Yelp were not helpful in removing this disgusting garbage for over a week. By then it was too late. Due to peer pressure our wait staff walked off the job by not coming to work. At least one waiter was also posting scurrilous lies and innuendo on Yelp. Possibly another waiter was also involved.

So without waiters, we closed on Friday night, a first for us. We’ve been in business since 1979.

I really don’t want to do a phone interview and I have very little trust that metropolitan media outlets will treat me fairly anyway, since they (and you) are also subjected to political pressure even if you won’t admit that. As far as WHY this mob attack was done, it wasn’t about myself or the biz even though we were the target. We are just a token in a much larger process of terrorizing White European Americans into silence in what has come to be known as the “War on Whites”. My campaign contribution was to one of the men supporting European American Civil Rights. As a European American, it would be insane for me to not support said rights.

Any other questions should come to this email address.

Roger Grigsby


KM pointed out this attack on Grigsby in an interview with Dennis Fetcho.

They discuss Charlottesville and its ramfications. KM notes that the mayor of Charlottesville is Jewish.

..assert that the guy carrying the Swastika was Fed plant…that “Klansman” and antifa were getting off the same bus to attend the rally.

 


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Posted by Black runs over White man on Fri, 08 Sep 2017 23:29 | #

White man leaves car idling while getting something from gas station convenience store….

Black man hops in his car to steal it then drives over him when he tries to stop him.


Black women convenience store clerk sees White man lying on ground after having been run over and does not bother to attend to him.


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Posted by Bradley Hunkapiller on Sat, 09 Sep 2017 15:33 | #

13ABC, “Caught on video: Car thief runs over his victim”, 8 Sep 2017:

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) - The Lucas County Sheriff’s Office needs your help to catch a car thief.

The video shows a man going into a convenience store at Hill and McCord early in the morning on August 30th. The man left the car running with the keys in the ignition and that’s when the thief approaches. He gets in the 2001 silver four door Malibu car and starts to pull out. The owner of the car runs out and tries to stop him.

“I tried to open the door. I couldn’t get it open. So I reached in and tried to grab the keys out of the ignition and that’s when he took off in reverse,” said the victim Bradley Hunkapiller.

The victim says the car thief ran over his chest, leg and arm. He says luckily he only suffered a few bruises and a broken ankle.

Detectives have not recovered the stolen car.


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Posted by More Faked Alaska on Thu, 14 Sep 2017 05:02 | #

A good guess as to what this “Baked Alaska dating (((Lara Loomer)))” bit is about is that he is trying to direct publicity her way while she, in turn, deflects attention away from criticism of (((the Trumpstein administration))) and onto Loomer’s antagonistic questioning of Hillary Clinton during her book promotion instead.


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Posted by Antifa unmasked on Fri, 15 Sep 2017 17:23 | #

Scott Adams‏Verified account @ScottAdamsSays 2h2 hours ago

#Antifa died in Berkeley last night. Police will have to unmask them from now on or answer for any violence.



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