Leftist Twitter Outraged Over GOP’s Rep. Steve King’s “Diversity is Not Our Strength” Post

The proof that diversity is not our strength is everywhere for those willing to see. One example of the stress that diversity causes comes in the form of the bitter, angry responses to Republican Rep. Steve King’s rejection of diversity.

Yahoo

Rep. Steve King (R-Iowa) has sparked outrage on Twitter once again with his views on immigration.

The congressman ― who has previously lauded white nationalism on the social media platform ― wrote on Twitter Friday, “Diversity is not our strength.”

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Trump’s Retweets of Videos Exposing Muslim Menace Sparks Condemnation by Establishment

JAYDA FRANSEN. MAYBE TRUMP CAN HELP KEEP HER OUT OF PRISON FOR CRITICIZING MUSLIMS.

President Donald Trump retweeted three Tweets from Jayda Frasen on Wednesday morning, sparking outrage from the American and British establishment.

It may not be politically correct, but truth is truth. And Trump has proven over and over that he’s willing to speak it.

Jayda’s troubles with the British police for critizing Muslims are covered at Newsweek.

Notable for his support for Trump’s Retweets is the response from David Duke, covered in the CBS story below.

First, these three items appeared on Trump’s Twitter earlier today:

CBS News

President Trump’s online endorsement of videos posted by a leader of an extremist UK fringe group is prompting reaction both in the United States and abroad.

The videos were tweeted out by the account held by Jayda Fransen, the deputy leader of the far-right U.K. political party “Britain First,” which is known for promoting an anti-Islam, anti-immigration and nationalist agenda. The group is estimated to have only about 1,000 active members, and its rallies around the U.K. draw supporters numbering only in the hundreds.

Following Mr. Trump’s retweets of Fransen, numerous lawmakers in the United Kingdom raised their concerns over the president’s subtle support of the group.

Prime Minister Theresa May’s spokesperson said in a statement in response to the retweets, that it was “wrong for the president to have done this.” The statement added:

“Britain First seeks to divide communities through their use of hateful narratives which peddle lies and stoke tensions. They cause anxiety to law-abiding people. British people overwhelmingly reject the prejudiced rhetoric of the far-right, which is the antithesis of the values that this country represents – decency, tolerance and respect.”

Jeremy Corbyn, the leader of the Labor party tweeted, “I hope our government will condemn far-right retweets by Donald Trump. They are abhorrent, dangerous and a threat to our society.”

A member of Parliament, Yvette Cooper, took to the floor to condemn Fransen’s remarks, tweeting that the UK government “can’t stay silent” on Mr. Trump’s tweets, calling it “disgraceful and dangerous.”

Brendan Cox, husband of the Labour party lawmaker Jo Cox who was killed by a man who shouted the name of the group at the time of her slaying, tweeted in response to Mr. Trump’s retweets Wednesday morning, saying he has “legitimized the far right in his own country, now he’s trying to do it in ours. Spreading hatred has consequences and the president should be ashamed of himself.”

Democratic Sen. Michael Bennet, of Colorado, called Mr. Trump’s retweets “irresponsible and disgraceful.”

Rep. Don Beyer, D-Virginia, called on the White House to clarify the president’s remarks, and “stop spreading bigotry.”

Meanwhile, former KKK imperial wizard David Duke appeared to defend the president, saying Mr. Trump “brings to light what the lying, fake news media won’t.”

And On Fransen’s own Twitter account, a message appeared lauding Mr. Trump for sharing the Britain First message with his “around 44 million followers!”

Fransen later tweeted that she was “facing prison time for criticizing Islam” in light of Mr. Trump’s support, saying “Britain is now Sharia compliant.”

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders also responded to the outcry later Wednesday morning, telling reporters “regardless of the video, the threat is very real.”

She added, “the president has talked about the need for strong borders and strong security since the campaign trail, that’s not a secret that’s something he’ll continue talking about and continue highlighting in a lot of different venues and avenues.”

Asked if the president’s retweets were an endorsement of the “Britain First” movement, Sanders replied, “Not that I’m aware of but he does endorse a strong national security and endorses strong borders.”

The fact that Trump would risk infuriating the world establishment the way he did today may be the biggest story of the year. We need him to keep pushing back against political correctness and for the truth.

Netanyahu’s Son Goes Full-Blown NAZI

Oy vey! Who would know better what the Jews are up to than the son of Israel’s Prime Minister, Benjamin “Bibi” Netanyahu. Yair Netanyahu, Bibi’s son, is clearly not happy with what the Jews are doing to his Jew father. Hence, the meme above that he posted on his Facebook (now removed as you can see below).

Haaretz

Yair Netanyahu, the son of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, posted an image on his Facebook page Saturday that seems to suggest a conspiracy is behind his family’s growing legal problems. The meme is laden with anti-Semitic imagery.

The meme, captioned “the food chain,” features a photo of George Soros dangling the world in front of a reptilian creature, who dangles an alchemy symbol in front of a caricature of a figure reminiscent of the anti-Semitic “happy merchant” image.

The other figures in the chain are former Prime Minister Ehud Barak, anti-Netanyahu protest leader Eldad Yaniv and Meni Naftali, a former chief caretaker at the Netanyahus’ official residence who implicated Sara Netanyahu in the case she is being indicted in.

David Duke, a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, tweeted the following in an apparent show of support for Yair Netanyahu:

Soros, a Hungarian-born Jewish American billionaire, has spent a large part of his fortune funding pro-democracy and human rights groups. Among the organizations he funds is Human Rights Watch, a frequent critic of Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and its policies toward the Palestinians. The images of Soros and the reptile evoke anti-Semitic conspiracy theories claiming that Jews control the world.

The neo-Nazi Daily Stormer also posted an article regarding the meme entitled “Netanyahu’s Son Posts Awesome Meme Blaming the Jews for Bringing Down his Jew Father,” in which they called Yair Netanyahu “a total bro.”

This version of the meme seems to have originated on a right-wing Facebook page. The meme is nearly identical to, and appears to be adapted from, a viciously anti-Semitic image that has been repeatedly posted across the internet in recent years on racist and conspiracy-theory message boards. 

Like most memes, it is impossible to determine who originally created it. In one instance, it was posted by a white supremacist named John de Nugent with the title “Illuminatus Jew Dumb American Burger” in its URL. 

In the original version of the meme, the first figure in the “food chain” is an obese walrus in an American flag T-shirt tempted by a hamburger dangled in front of him. Behind the man is an Orthodox Jew motivated by money, controlled by the same Illuminati figure featured in the cartoon that Netanyahu posted, with the same giant lizard looming over them all.

The Southern Poverty Law Center describes de Nugent as “a prolific writer who has worked with numerous hate groups including the neo-Nazi National Alliance and the Holocaust-denying Barnes Review. De Nugent has run for elected office, and has even vowed to one day become president. While maintaining racist views about numerous racial and ethnic groups, de Nugent is particularly anti-Semitic, believing that the Jews are, along with nefarious space aliens, intent on exterminating the Aryan race.”

After Haaretz published a report about his meme, Yair Netanyahu dismissed the claim that he is anti-Semitic and accused the newspaper of being exactly that.

Barak, who is depicted in the meme chasing money, suggested that Yair Netanyahu should see a psychiatrist. “Is this what the kid hears at home?” he said. “Is it genetics, or a spontaneous mental illness? It doesn’t matter. In any case, we should fund his psychiatrist instead of security guards and a driver.”

Labor leader Avi Gabbay, also on Twitter, said: “It’s a particularly sad day for Israel when a caricature that’s endorsed by the head of the KKK emerges from the home of the prime minister of the Jewish state.”

MK Zehava Galon (Meretz) added that “motifs in the Netanyahu family are anti-Semitic par excellence.” MK Merav Ben Ari (Kulanu) said that “this post deserves all manners of condemnation, from the left and the right. I’m on the right.”

Attorney General Avichai Mendelblit announced Friday that Sara Netanyahu would be indicted for fraud and breach of trust. She is to be charged with spending 359,000 shekels ($102,000) in state funds on catering at the prime minister’s official residence, while falsely claiming that the house did not employ a cook. The indictment is subject to a hearing, whose date has not yet been announced.

Prime Minister Netanyahu has accused Naftali, the last link in Yair Netanyahu’s meme, of inflating spending on food during his tenure as chief caretaker of the official residence.

Restaurant Forced to Close After Owner’s Support for David Duke Revealed

Mass hysteria revolving around Nazis and the KKK have claimed another white victim. A restaurant whose owner is a David Duke supporter is facing a boycott for expressing his political views by donating to Duke’s Senate race.

We on the alt-right have some scores to settle in that regard too. Our boycott of Target last year was quite successful. We need to do more.

CBS Local San Francisco

SANTA CRUZ (KPIX 5) — A Santa Cruz restaurant is shut down for what the owner is calling “political terrorism.”

Some employees and patrons boycotted the Chinese restaurant, after public records obtained by Indybay revealed restaurant owner Roger Grigsby gave $500 to David Duke’s campaign last year.

Duke ran for a US Senate seat in Louisiana and lost. He is an avowed white nationalist, anti-Semite and former Imperial Wizard of the Ku Klux Klan.

Now, after 38 years in business, Grigsby’s restaurant, O’Mei on Mission Street is closed.

There is a sign in the window telling patrons, “O’Mei has come under attack. Slanderous and malicious Internet rumors concerning this business, it’s owner, and staff have forced us to close for now.”

Grigsby sent KPIX 5 an e-mail, saying, in part:

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.

It is unclear if or when the restaurant will reopen.

The Trickle-Up Theory Of White Nationalist Thought

Jared Taylor battles it out in words with the SPLC (Southern Poverty Law Center) and the Jewish Anti-Defamation League (ADL) in a recent article. The journalist who investigated White Nationalism plays it pretty straight, unlike the typical fake news reporting done by CNN et. al.

The only argument besides labeling race realists as racists that the SPLC is able to make is very weak. Specifically, it claims that Jared lays the intellectual foundation for violence carried out by “White Supremacists.”

Somehow, people can watch horrifying violence in Hollyweird movies and remain calm, but a page of IQ studies that show black IQ to be lower than white IQ sets off the white man to go out and beat up an African-American person. Obviously, where the SPLC would like to go with that nonsense is putting writers like Jared in prison.

This is a long piece and it covers familiar ground, but Jared’s rational mind shines brightly. Even if you think he’s controlled opposition, he’s still able to articulate the notion that white people have rights that are being violated by our government.

KUOW

Jared Taylor was not in Charlottesville, Va., on Saturday. But Taylor, one of the leading voices for white rights in the country, says it was clear what really happened at that rally.

“Anyone who wishes to speak in the name of whites is subject to the heckler’s veto,” said Taylor, founder of the white advocacy website American Renaissance. “There would have been no violence, no problems of any kind if people had not shown up as counterdemonstrators, many of them wearing helmets, wielding batons, wearing shields, shouting for the death of the demonstrators. … This is not something that was provoked by the presence of racially conscious whites. It was something that was provoked by people who hate any white person who has a racial consciousness.”

Two days later, President Trump, in one of his most controversial press conferences to date, described the events — at which hundreds of white protesters gathered for the so-called “Unite the Right” rally and after which a white nationalist sympathizer drove his car into a crowd, killing a counterdemonstrator — in a similar way.

“Let me ask you this,” Trump told reporters Tuesday. “What about the fact that [counterdemonstrators] came charging, with clubs in their hands, swinging clubs? Do they have any problem? I think they do. … You had a group on one side that was bad and you had a group on another side that was also very violent. And nobody wants to say that. But I’ll say it right now.”

Taylor is among a group of educated, white-identity advocates who, critics say, normalize the ideas of white supremacy by couching them in language that doesn’t sound overtly racist. In doing so, those critics say, people like Taylor, authors Kevin MacDonald and Peter Brimelow, and “Unite the Right” organizers Jason Kessler and Richard Spencer sanitize racist tropes to make them palatable to a broad audience, including the upper reaches of the political mainstream.

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#BLM Vs #AltRight Parking Garage Battle (BRUTAL!) #Charlottesville #UniteTheRight

This one is gold. I promise. Part of it is in another video I posted here, but this one shows more of the events leading up to the attempted murder of whites by BLM.

Eight minutes. Clearly the First Amendment was trashed in Charlottesville.

More to the point, as David Duke just wrote on Twitter (where I saw this video), The Red Terror Begins.

President Trump Accused of Inflaming Racial Tensions After Statement Condemning ALL Violence without Singling Out the Alt-Right

Mayor Michael Signer of Charlottesville, Virginia, has blamed President Donald Trump for Saturday’s violence in his city.

Let’s realize that Signer is a political opportunist, or he suffers from Trump Derangement Syndrome.

I have a post on the Jew mayor that I published before seeing how this POS blames President Donald Trump for the violence in HIS CITY, where he was responsible for ordering the police to stand down. The post on Signer is one down on the homepage from this one, titled: ACLU Says Police Told to Stand Down (by Jew Mayor?)

There’s no record that I am aware of that shows Mayor Signer condemning Black Lives Matter. He plays with voters’ minds, but what he’s doing is so obvious even a child would get it.

BTW, fam, the driver behind the wheel of the car that ran into the back of another car and killed a woman is probably an ethnic Jew. Ethnic Jews cannot be members of the alt-right nor can they be “White Supremacists.” Will the kike mayor denounce the violence committed by a Jew? Don’t hold your breath. He’s going to stick with the narrative that a white racist deliberately killed and injured people, even though there’s no way to know his motive. As far as we know, the driver, James Fields, was not associated with any group on the right.

The Independent

Donald Trump has been blamed for the violent clashes between white supremacists and anti-fascist groups in Charlottesville by the mayor of the Virginia town.

Michael Signer said he was disappointed the white nationalists had descended on his town and said responsibility lay with Mr Trump for inflaming racial prejudice during his presidential campaign last year.

Mr Signer said: “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.”

He was speaking shortly before it emerged one person had been killed and several others injured when a car hit anti-fascist protesters.

The clashes broke out at a “Unite the Right” protest over the decision by the local government to remove a statue of the leading Confederate general, Robert E Lee, during the American Civil War.

Mr Trump has now issued his first tweet condemning the violence, several hours after the violence began.

He followed this up with another, calling the clashes which were centered around the city’s university, “sad”.

Some on Twitter accused the President of not being specific enough in his tweet as he did not specify that he was referring to white supremacists or far-right groups.

Several members of the Klu Klux Klan joined in with the protests as well as various alt-right activists, militia members and Confederate heritage groups.

Mr Trump has repeatedly been accused of having stirred up racial tensions in the country through his rhetoric on immigrants and his vow to build a wall between the US and Mexico.

Officials in Charlottesville declared a state of emergency shortly after 11am local time as the clashes became more violent, with punches thrown between rival groups and pepper spray released in the crowd.

The clashes are the latest since the city, situated around 100 miles from Washington DC, voted to remove the statue from a park.

So-called alt-right journalist Jason Kessler said the protest was partly about the removal of Confederate symbols but also involved wider issues around free speech and “advocating for white people”.

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

More attendees are expected to flock to Charlottesville – normally a quiet, liberal-leaning university city.

Both local hospitals said they had taken precautions to prepare for an influx of patients and had extra staff on standby.

The Anti-Defamation League and the Southern Poverty Law Centre, which track extremist groups, both believe the event has the potential to be the largest of its kind in at least a decade.