“fat, disgusting Communist:” Richard Spencer Breaks with Unite the Right Organizer Jason Kessler Over Heather Heyer Insults

HEATHER HEYER MEMORIAL.

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.

WEEV’S IMAGE FROM OK CUPID.

Snopes

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.

NOW THAT SHE’S GONE, THERE’S MORE FOOD FOR THE REST OF THE WORLD. SUCH ALTRUISM TO SACRIFICE HERSELF ON THE HOOD OF A CAR.

Mother of Humongous Heather Heyer: “I will not talk to Trump”

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 Independent

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.”

HEATHER HEYER ON THE LEFT. SHE WAS MAGNIFIED!

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.

Mother of Charlottesville Car Crash Victim Heather Heyer Tries to Turn a Sow’s Ear into a Silk Purse

SUSAN BRO. LIKE MOTHER, LIKE DAUGHTER.

I guess you can’t blame a mother for talking up what she thinks are the good qualities of her dead daughter. Today, everyone wants his 3 minutes of fame, and talking to the press can get you that.

Mom’s name is Susan Bro. The daughter was Heather Heyer. What’s up with the name differences. Apparently, as usual today, there is no Dad. Or if there is, the press isn’t interested in him, or maybe he was ashamed of his humongously large, screwed up daughter.

Heyer did have one good quality. She had a dog. I like that. After the humans have put Heyer out of their minds, I guarantee her dog will still be missing her.

Excerpt from NBC News

Heyer, who worked for a law firm in nearby Ruckersville, Virginia, had decided to travel to Charlottesville to join a group of counter-protesters, her family said.

“She was there with her friends, and she was trying to simply cross the street as the movement was breaking up that day, and she was plowed down by a young man who was intent on spreading hate and thought hate would fix the world,” Heyer’s mother, Susan Bro, told NBC News. “And hate does not fix the world.”

In all honesty, mom has been watching too much Big Media. The narrative was set early. James Field was to be labeled an alt-right domestic terrorist, in spite of evidence that he was trying to drive out of town when he got caught up in the middle of antifa violence. BTW, the Charlottesville police let the antifa carry aluminum baseball bats to use to confront the alt-right marchers.

Sarah Albro, a former coworker and friend of Heyer’s, said it wasn’t a surprise that she’d attended the counter-protest.

“She was vocal. She had transgender friends. She had black friends. She had gay friends. She had a very wide range of friends, and she never met anyone who was a stranger,” Albro said.

“I wouldn’t say that she was an activist,” Albro added. “But I would say that she felt strongly about certain things and had no problem standing up and showing support.”

I personally don’t consider a female having trannies, fags, and Negros to be a plus. It’s not that surprising that a feminist like Albro would say that, though.

In case you missed what Heyer looked like:

Bro said she assumed that Heyer was going to be at the protest, but she didn’t feel comfortable dissuading her daughter from attending.

“I always encouraged her to be strong and strong-minded — even though that wasn’t always easy to raise — but I was always proud of what she was doing,” Bro said as her voice began to crack.

“She was a fun-loving person and tenderhearted person,” she added, “but at times she could be tough as nails, too.”

A vigil for Heyer is expected at 7 p.m. Sunday at Emancipation Park — the intended site of Saturday’s alt-right rally.

There’s nothing really new here other than the dog. You had to figure that the deceased had no fatherly presence to warn her about the dangers of diversity and mudsharking. And perhaps Heyer learned to overeat from mom, who is also well fed.

America: Where walking in the street and getting hit by a car and killed makes you a hero. Fuxated!

ANOTHER SHOT OF SUSAN BRO. BIGLY RUNS IN THE FAM.

Images of Dead Pile of Charlottesville Blubber Heather Heyer Going Viral

No comments from me. I’m a nice boy.

Seen at Roosh V’s Twitter page. The comments at Roosh are mean. If you’re sensitive you may not want to read them.

And one more, seen at Microchip’s Twitter:

Obama Responds to Charlottesville with Tweet Quoting Nelson Mandela

The word “hate” may only be four letters, but it’s not so simple as the former president would have us to believe.

Righteous hate and anger are healthy. Does anyone doubt that Jesus hated the moneychangers when he went after them in the temple. Everyone knows that story and approves. If Jesus did that today, the press would “crucify” him, so the Jews wouldn’t have to.

Hate can also be easily confused with disgust. The alt-right that I know intimately is not populated heavily with haters. The haters that I see tend to be on the left: Rosie O’Donnell, Michael Moore, Keith Olbermann, et. al.

People like David Duke and Richard Spencer (and many of us here on this site) simply want to be able to live a different life than the American federal government will allow. Our culture is filthy, our government, academicians, and press demonize us for wanting something that our forefathers took for granted. Which is the right to live as we see fit, within the boundaries of the rule of law, based on natural law, not liberal Jewish judges interpretations of man’s law.

Actually, the Mandela quote that Obama Tweeted is not one I would disagree with. I hope the antifa and the left are listening. They are the ones who need to learn to love.

SFgate

Following a violent day of protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, former president Barack Obama offered a poignant message about racism on social media Saturday night.

Obama took to Twitter to offer a reflection on the nature of hatred and love, courtesy of Nelson Mandela.

“No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion…,” the president tweeted in a series of messages. “People must learn to hate, and if they can learn to hate, they can be taught to love…”

“‘ …For love comes more naturally to the human heart than its opposite.’- Nelson Mandela,” Obama concluded.

The message came following a day of violent unrest in Charlottesville, after white nationalists descended on the city to protest the planned removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee. Police evacuated crowds from Emancipation Park, where a rally was to be held at noon, after the white nationalists faced off with counter-protesters. Virginia governor Terry McAuliffe was prompted to declare a state of emergency.

Notice that the “counter-protesters” (antifa, many wearing masks) did not “descend” on Charlottesville. Look for loaded wording in articles written by the MSM. There’s too much of it for me to call out every time, but I see plenty of it.

The violence culminated in a multi-vehicle incident during which a car plowed into a crowd of counter-protesters. One person was reported dead, and dozens injured, over the course of the day. Two Virginia State Police troopers were also killed when a police helicopter assisting with the melee crashed outside of Charlottesville. The incident is under investigation but police say that foul play is not suspected.

One more thing. Is Obama even remotely aware of the white genocide taking place in post-Mandela South Africa? The old Communist sowed the seeds of a modern holocaust that Obama has never said a word about.

Hypocrisy? Much.

Subversive Congressmen Condemn Alt-Right While Totally Ignoring Antifa

American Senator Ted Cruz, an alleged conservative, but in reality a wolf in sheep’s clothing, took to Twitter on Saturday to denounce the alt-right, while remaining silent about the violence in Charlottesville created by the leftist/anarchist antifa.

Twitter Right noticed:

The liberal press noticed approvingly:

The Hill

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) called on the Department of Justice to investigate a white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Va. that turned violent and left three dead and dozens injured.

“The Nazis, the KKK, and white supremacists are repulsive and evil, and all of us have a moral obligation to speak out against the lies, bigotry, ant-semitism, and hatred that they propagate,” Cruz said in a statement.

Microchip went on a Tweetstorm, mocking Cruz and calling out the other subversive, antiwhite Congressmen.

Ridicule:

The other subversives in an infographic:

More:

Here’s a list of RINO cheap politicians for us to destroy:

Ted Cruz is a (((puppet.))) He proves it over and over again.

Exactly how we punish the antiwhite Republicans is unclear. A good start would be to field credible opposition candidates and then nuke people like Cruz with the truth about their mind games.

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.