Why were we taught this in school?
There’s a lot going on here, so let me enumerate:
1. White nationalist leaders must be diplomats who choose their words carefully. Insulting any recently dead person is never good form, no matter who they are. Perhaps Osama bin Laden was an exception, but there aren’t many.
2. Leave the insults to propagandists like me: “dead pile of blubber” were the words I used in a title of one post. I’m anonymous as of now, so normies will just think I’m unhinged or whatever, not realizing I’m producing truthful words to make a point. Our leaders can disavow me. I don’t care.
3. Jason Kessler, who organized Unite the Right in Charlottesville, is a self-appointed leader of our movement. That means he should be careful with his words. Many alt-right white nationalists have rushed to condemn his words. Many now believe him to be a leftist plant, a Soros stooge, whose goal was to destroy our movement. See Tweets below.
4. Kessler admits he was on drugs when he wrote the insult. We absolutely do not need leaders who take drugs.
5. Weev, Andrew Anglin’s pal and the owner of the Daily Stormer (probably to help keep the site up by keeping Anglin’s name out of it), claims he hacked Kessler’s account and wrote the offensive Tweet. That’s garbage. We don’t need liars (possible Jew) like Weev as the leaders of our cause.
The issuance of an explosive, late-evening tweet from the account of Jason Kessler, organizer of the “Unite the Right” rally that ended in fatal violence one week earlier in Charlottesville, Virginia, has prompted a rare condemnation from the entire length and breadth of the United States political spectrum, from extreme left to extreme right.
The criticism was earned by the nature of its comments directed at Heather Heyer, the counter-protester who was killed in a vehicular attack during the 11 August rally. The tweet (since deleted) went out at 9:25 P.M. on 18 August 2017
As of this writing, it is still unclear whether Kessler himself actually posted the tweet, which includes a link to the Nazi hate site Daily Stormer, (a source Kessler hadn’t typically quoted or referenced in previous tweets, despite his own avowed “pro-white” stance).
A few hours after that tweet appeared, in fact, Daily Stormer owner Andrew Auernheimer (aka “Weev”) claimed via Gab (another social media platform) that he had hacked Kessler’s Twitter account:
In subsequent tweets, Kessler (or whomever was controlling his account) “repudiated” the Heather Heyer post, blaming the outburst on stress, drugs, and alcohol:
Not long afterward, the account was locked, then completely deleted.
The controversy added another layer of intrigue to what appears to be an ongoing effort by Kessler’s former alt-right cohorts to isolate and discredit him in the wake of the disastrous Charlottesville event. A conspiracy theory floated by the likes of Alex Jones, Roger Stone, and others attempted to make the case that Kessler was an agent provocateur of the left (or the “alt-left“) and the violence-plagued rally was a “false flag” operation by George Soros and the so-called “deep state” to discredit the right and foment social unrest.
Apart from the fact that Kessler was at one time a Barack Obama supporter and evinced a passing interest in the Occupy movement, however, the grounds on which Kessler’s detractors have founded their attacks are demonstrably false: Kessler was never an employee of CNN (both CNN and Kessler confirmed this to us), for example, nor did he receive campaign consulting fees from a Democratic Congressional candidate in 2012, nor did he “suddenly” convert to an alt-right political stance when President Trump was elected.
The Heather Heyer tweet gave this group a new pretext for disavowing Kessler and pinning the Charlottesville debacle on everyone but the alt-right itself:
We reached out to Jason Kessler for comment, but he did not respond to our request. A spokesperson for Twitter, Inc. told us they can’t comment on the incident due to privacy restrictions.
To me, all of this is a big yawner. There is absolutely no reason on earth for me to care one way or another about whether mudshark Heyer is alive or dead. There’s no benefit to me to care about her or the feelings of her family. The only thing I care about is my extended white family, and our friends in the animal kingdom.
Liberals say that I should care about Mike Brown, Trayvon, Martin, Heather Heyer, and a host of other complete strangers whose lives offer me nothing. F*ck off liberals. A person only has so much altrusim. I’m saving mine for those who deserve it.
They want us dead because we want to be ourselves, not drug-addicted, sports-addicted globalist zombies, exploited into slavery by the (((one percent.)))
Pat asks, “Whose side are you on?”
“They had found a leader, Robert E. Lee — and what a leader! … No military leader since Napoleon has aroused such enthusiastic devotion among troops as did Lee when he reviewed them on his horse Traveller.”
So wrote Samuel Eliot Morison in his magisterial “The Oxford History of the American People” in 1965.
First in his class at West Point, hero of the Mexican War, Lee was the man to whom President Lincoln turned to lead his army. But when Virginia seceded, Lee would not lift up his sword against his own people, and chose to defend his home state rather than wage war upon her.
This veneration of Lee, wrote Richard Weaver, “appears in the saying attributed to a Confederate soldier, ‘The rest of us may have … descended from monkeys, but it took a God to make Marse Robert.’”
Growing up after World War II, this was accepted history.
Yet, on the militant left today, the name Lee evokes raw hatred and howls of “racist and traitor.” A clamor has arisen to have all statues of him and all Confederate soldiers and statesmen pulled down from their pedestals and put in museums or tossed onto trash piles.
What has changed since 1965?
It is not history. There have been no great new discoveries about Lee.
What has changed is America herself. She is not the same country. We have passed through a great social, cultural and moral revolution that has left us irretrievably divided on separate shores.
And the politicians are in panic.
Two years ago, Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe called the giant statues of Lee and “Stonewall” Jackson on Richmond’s Monument Avenue “parts of our heritage.” After Charlottesville, New York-born-and-bred McAuliffe, entertaining higher ambitions, went full scalawag, demanding the statues be pulled down as “flashpoints for hatred, division, and violence.”
Who hates the statues, Terry? Who’s going to cause the violence? Answer: The Democratic left whom Terry must now appease.
McAuliffe is echoed by Lt. Gov. Ralph Northam, the Democratic candidate in November to succeed McAuliffe. GOP nominee Ed Gillespie wants Monument Avenue left alone.
The election is the place to decide this, but the left will not wait.
In Durham, North Carolina, our Taliban smashed the statue of a Confederate soldier. Near the entrance of Duke University Chapel, a statue of Lee has been defaced, the nose broken off.
Wednesday at dawn, Baltimore carried out a cultural cleansing by taking down statues of Lee and Maryland Chief Justice Roger Taney who wrote the Dred Scott decision and opposed Lincoln’s suspension of the right of habeas corpus.
Like ISIS, which smashed the storied ruins of Palmyra, and the al-Qaida rebels who ravaged the fabled Saharan city of Timbuktu, the new barbarism has come to America. This is going to become a blazing issue, not only between but within the parties.
For there are 10 Confederates in Statuary Hall in the Capitol, among them Lee, Georgia’s Alexander Stephens, vice president to Jefferson Davis, and Davis himself. The Black Caucus wants them gone.
Mount Rushmore-sized carvings of Lee, Jackson and Davis are on Stone Mountain, Georgia. Are they to be blasted off?
There are countless universities, colleges and high schools like Washington & Lee named for Confederate statesmen and soldiers. Across the Potomac from D.C. are Jefferson Davis Highway and Leesburg Pike to Leesburg itself, 25 miles north. Are all highways, streets, towns and counties named for Confederates to be renamed? What about Fort Bragg?
On every Civil War battlefield, there are monuments to the Southern fallen. Gettysburg has hundreds of memorials, statues and markers. But if, as the left insists we accept, the Confederates were traitors trying to tear America apart to preserve an evil system, upon what ground do Democrats stand to resist the radical left’s demands?
What do we do with those battlefields where Confederates were victorious: Bull Run, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville?
“Where does this all end?” President Trump asked.
It doesn’t. Not until America’s histories and biographies are burned and new texts written to Nazify Lee, Jackson, Davis and all the rest, will a newly indoctrinated generation of Americans accede to this demand to tear down and destroy what their fathers cherished.
And once all the Confederates are gone, one must begin with the explorers, and then the slave owners like Presidents Washington, Jefferson and Madison, who seceded from slave-free Britain. White supremacists all.
Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay of Kentucky and John Calhoun must swiftly follow.
Then there are all those segregationists. From 1865 to 1965, virtually all of the great Southern senators were white supremacists.
In the first half of the 20th century, Woodrow Wilson and FDR carried all 11 states of a rigidly segregationist South all six times they ran, and FDR rewarded Dixie by putting a Klansman on the Supreme Court.
While easy for Republicans to wash their hands of such odious elements as Nazis in Charlottesville, will they take up the defense of the monuments and statues that have defined our history, or capitulate to the icon-smashers?
In this Second American Civil War, whose side are you on?
Cernovich has been wrong before. He’s an attention whore. I don’t follow him on Twitter and I doubt that he has the White House sources that he claims to have.
However, he’s a newsmaker. The above Tweet cannot be ignored.
I believe that Roger Stone has also touted Kushner’s leaving the White House. Kushner is a Democrat (as in Ivanka) and he’s been rumored to be a leaker.
Stay tuned over the next few weeks and let’s see what happens.
President Trump confronted the violence that took place in Charlottesville, Virginia last Saturday by doing what presidents do: making a statement and calling the victim’s family.
Only Susan Bro, the mother of the victim of the car crash, Heather Heyer, refused the president’s phone call.
Her reasoning is no reasoning at all. It’s apparently what liberals do today–reject logic and move forward in hatred for Trump.
The mother of Heather Heyer – the woman killed after a white supremacist allegedly drove in to a crowd of anti-fascist protesters – has said she now refuses to talk to Donald Trump.
Susan Bro said the President had initially tried to call her during her daughter’s funeral, but that she now refused to take any of the “frantic” subsequent calls from his aides after he equated anti-fascist counter protesters with neo-Nazis.
“I’m not talking to the president now, I’m sorry,” she told ABC News.
“After what he said about my child… it’s not that I’ve seen someone else’s tweets about him, I saw an actual clip of him at a press conference equating the protesters, like Ms Heyer, with the KKK and the white supremacists.”
Actually, Trump also said that there were good people on both sides and bad people on both sides.
You’re not supposed to say that. If you’re pro-white, you’re automatically bad people. If you’re anti-white, you’re automatically good people.
Them’s the CNN rules and Mama is playin’ by dem rules.
The mother of the 32-year-old, who was among three people to lose their lives during what is believed to have been one of the gatherings of far right and white supremacists for many years, this week spoke of her daughter at a memorial service in Charlottesville.
“My child’s famous final Facebook post said ‘If you’re not outraged, you’re not paying attention’,” she said. “My, did she make us pay attention. We talked about all the stuff that caught her attention.”
She then earned a standing ovation, as she added: “They tried to kill my child to shut her up. Well, guess what? You just magnified her.”
Following the incident last weekend, Mr Trump drew widespread criticism for his slow response to events. He initially said he was condemning in the “strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides”. Following criticism that he had sought to draw some equivalence between the neo-Nazis and the activists, he issued a subsequent statement denouncing white supremacists.
Yet at a press conference on Tuesday at Trump Tower, Mr Trump reverted to his initial position. “I think there’s blame on both sides. And I have no doubt about it,” he said.
“You had a group on one side that was bad and you had a group on the other side that was also very violent. No one wants to say that, but I’ll say it right now.”
Mr Trump has since criticised a move that is taking place across the country to remove statues from public places associated with the Confederacy or slavery.
“Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and monuments,” he tweeted.
“You can’t change history, but you can learn from it.”
As most of us know, Trump condemned the violent antifa along with the thugs mixed in with the pro-white protesters. He was not slow about condemning all sides, no matter what the press claims.
To be so wrong, mom must get her fake news from CNN.
Jewish paranoia raises it head in this story of the Jew Who Cried Wolf Too Many Times.
The head of a Jewish congregation in Charlottesville says he asked for police protection for his group when all of those mean old Nazis came roaring into the town in their Dodge Challengers with murder on their minds.
The cops said no dice. And so woe is the Jew.
But scroll to the end of this post for a surprise.
The Jewish community in Charlottesville hired armed security to protect its synagogue for the first time after local police declined to provide a guard for the site despite hundreds of white supremacists congregating on the town over the weekend for a rally that resulted in the murder of counter-protester Heather Heyer.
Alan Zimmerman, president of the Congregation Beth Israel in the Virginia town, wrote a blog post published on Monday evening following the violent scenes on Saturday that resulted in a car-ramming attack that took place just 200 feet from the place of worship.
He described the fear he felt in the presence of white supremacists, who rallied around anti-Semitic slogans, as 40 members of the community prayed in the synagogue, without support from the local authorities.
The police department promised to provide “an observer” near the building but Zimmerman says it “was not kept” by the force, leaving the congregation vulnerable to assault as they worshipped.
“For half an hour, three men dressed in fatigues and armed with semi-automatic rifles stood across the street from the temple,” he wrote. “Had they tried to enter, I don’t know what I could have done to stop them, but I couldn’t take my eyes off them, either.”
Not only did armed protesters stand across from the synagogue, but neo-Nazis paraded past the building, shouting anti-Semitic slogans, a horrible reminder of Nazi Germany’s persecution and mass slaughter of European Jews.
“Several times, parades of Nazis passed our building, shouting, ‘There’s the synagogue!’ followed by chants of ‘Sieg Heil’ and other anti-Semitic language. Some carried flags with swastikas and other Nazi symbols,” Zimmerman wrote.
This was before James Alex Fields Jr. plowed his car into protesters in the town, leaving a scene of carnage that has sparked outrage across the United States, and the wider western world.
The Jewish community has faced more incidents of hate crimes since the ascension of Donald Trump to the Oval Office. Jewish community centers have received bomb threats—many of which turned out to be from a Jewish man based in Israel—Jewish cemeteries have been desecrated and Trump himself has failed on several occasions to single out the white supremacists for censure, blaming violence “on both sides,” in reference to anti-racist protesters trying to stop Saturday’s white supremacist march.
Zimmerman said the threat was not only on the ground, but online too. He learned that Nazi websites had posted a call to burn the synagogue after which the community leaders took “the precautionary step of removing our Torahs, including a Holocaust scroll, from the premises.”
Zimmerman told the Jewish worshippers that it would be better if they exited the synagogue by the back entrance, “and to go in groups” to protect each other.
“This is 2017 in the United States of America,” he wrote.
Could the Jew be exaggerating? No, they’ve never done anything like that before, being “God’s chosen people” and all.
JTA reports that the police refute the Jew’s claim, saying they did provide muh poor ol’ persecuted Jews with special protection.
Who to believe? Mayor Mike Signer is a Jew. He wouldn’t leave his people unprotected.
Here’s an excerpt from JTA:
Local officials said police provided protection to a synagogue during a far-right rally last weekend in Charlottesville, Virginia refuting a claim by a Jewish community leader that they had refused to do so.
On Friday, Charlottesville City Manager Maurice Jones said it “is simply not the case that Congregation Beth Israel was left unguarded” during Saturday’s event, when neo-Nazis and white supremacists gathered in the city. The synagogue’s senior rabbi also seemed to confirm the police statement.
“Police stationed an officer on the corner of the block where the synagogue is located, plus another 32 officers about one block away in the other direction,” Jones said in a statement to JTA. “In addition, we had snipers on a rooftop in close proximity whose primary responsibility was to monitor a two-block radius which included Beth Israel.
“We also had a group of Virginia State Police officers who were walking a four-block radius between two of our parks on a route that passed the synagogue on several occasions throughout the day’s events.”
And so do Jews ever think about why they’ve been kicked out of so many countries???
Terrorism is defined as “the use of violence and intimidation in pursuit of political aims”. This definition is the same definition used to declare ISIS and other groups, as terrorist organizations. AntiFa has earned this title due to its violent actions in multiple cities and their influence in the killings of multiple police officers throughout the United States. It is time for the pentagon to be consistent in its actions – and just as they rightfully declared ISIS a terror group, they must declare AntiFa a terror group – on the grounds of principle, integrity, morality, and safety.
Microchip has created this petition. Let’s get on board. The drawback to signing the petition is that the White House site requires you to sign in with your real name. If anyone has a way around that barrier, let me know.
Romper reports that the state of New Jersey has declared the antifa a domestic terrorist threat. We should get Texas, Alabama, and other awoke and red-pilled states to join in.
Microchip doesn’t think that the petition is going to get the Congress or whoever makes these decisions to act. His purpose is to paint the Republican party into a corner. The RINOs like Mitt Romney and John McCain will denounce the petition or otherwise refuse to go along. Romper reports that a significant number of people believe that the Antifa are fighters for justice. Wouldn’t it be great to see Mitt and McCain defend a terrorist group?