“Tectonic Shift:” New Videos Show Trump Supporters Fighting Back at Battle of Berkeley

Based Stickman Punches an Antifa and hits another over the head with a stick. Less than two minutes. Very satisfying.

New footage has emerged from the Battle of Berkeley that shows antifa terrorist violence up close and personal. The blood is real. No fake movie blood here. Based Stickman is seen being arrested. Six minutes.

Gavin McIness interviews Based Stickman, who is now leading our side in the street fighting against the Communist antifa. They call our willingness to fight back a “teutonic shift.” Four minutes.

Lovely Brittany Pettibone does 30 minutes with Based Stickman.

The antifa admit they lost the Battle of Berkeley and discuss how to win future battles.

In the week since the Battle of Berkeley, the alt-right has felt renewed energy. Trump is our guy and we’re going to fight for our right to rally for him on the most hostile turf in America.

Black Website The Root Cleverly Distorts the Meaning of Richard Spencer and His Message

The article at the center of this post was penned by one Michael Harriot, whose photo shows a Negro. The piece itself reads like Jew Spew.

The title is Richard Spencer’s Racist Little Secret.

What is the secret the writer claims to reveal? That Spencer has no followers.

I think they said pretty much the same about Donald Trump a couple of years ago.

But even if Spencer has no followers, so what? Jesus had 12 and look what happened.

When they can’t fight your logic with logic of their own, they smear you. The writing here is very clever, but it’s not intended to do anything other than fill up space.

White Nationalism is a grievance movement. Whites have honest grievances. It is also a movement with a positive vision–a white homeland. Being cut off from parasiting from us scares the hell out of the black and the left. When whites have their homeland, the left will be exposed as economically, politically, and morally bankrupt. It will be fun to watch blacks turn on them.

The Root

On Tuesday, Richard Spencer—who is the actual throw-up in the back of your mouth—visited Auburn University in Alabama to spew his white nationalist rhetoric. Following the donnybrook that happened in Berkeley, Calif., last week, every media outlet prepared for another showdown between his supposed legion of neofascists and students opposed to his nonsense. I even went to bear witness to the expected tumult.

After his appearance, headlines everywhere documented the thousands of protesters, the brief skirmishes and the First Amendment legal battle that paved the way for his speech. There is one thing they all failed to mention about the brouhaha that ensued:

No one really cared.

That’s right. The whole “celebrity founder of a nationwide ‘alt-right’ movement” narrative is a scam. Richard Spencer is simply an overhyped, racist, Kardashian-like curiosity. He is a media-driven drama queen starring in a reality show that no one cares to watch. He has very few fans and almost no devotees. Richard Spencer is a hoax.

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Violence, arrests at Auburn before Richard Spencer speech advocating white supremacy

Tuesday night in Auburn, Alabama, was a magnificent victory for the white race.

To give you, the reader, a full picture of the night’s events, I’m piecing this post together from several sources. I found a video of Spencer’s full speech, but haven’t listened to it yet. It’s 41 minutes long and is embedded as the very last item in this post.

The first source illustrates the manner in which the liberal Al.com news site reported the event. The title of this post is identical to the title of the Al.com article, which is slanted against Spencer. He is much more than a “white supremacist,” if he is even that.

Al.com

At least three people were arrested and at least one was left bloodied after dueling demonstrations outside Auburn University’s James E. Foy Hall turned raucous before Richard Spencer spoke there Tuesday night.

The speech was a lightning rod for controversy both on campus and online, as the “alt-right” leader’s past white supremacist rhetoric proved divisive enough to cause Auburn to cancel the event on Friday.

But Spencer obtained a federal court order Tuesday afternoon that forced the university to allow him to speak as scheduled Tuesday evening.

“We won a major victory for the alt-right,” Spencer said of the order during his remarks, which were repeatedly interrupted by shouts from the crowd.

And Spencer did not fail to deliver the kind of inflammatory speech that had raised concerns among many members of the Auburn community and beyond last week.

“The alt-right is about being a white person, being a European in the 21st century,” Spencer told the capacity crowd roughly at one point. “There’d be no history without us,” he added later.

To a liberal or a nonwhite person, that last sentence would be interpreted as white supremacy. However, it’s true. Since they can’t refute the truth of it, they label it racist or white supremacy.

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(((Feminists))) to Fly Banner from Airplane Protesting Mean Man Bill O

Excerpt from Hollywood Reporter

The group, UltraViolet, will fly a plane banner over New York on Tuesday that reads, “Fox: #DropOReilly, The Sexual Predator.”

Ultraviolet, a women’s rights group leading the charge against Fox News’ Bill O’Reilly amid his sexual harassment controversy, is planning a protest for Tuesday in order to demand that he be fired from the network.

In the past few weeks since The New York Times reported that O’Reilly and Fox News have allegedly paid $13 million to women who claimed that he sexually harassed or verbally abused them, several groups have boycotted and called for advertisers to drop The O’Reilly Factor.

Ultraviolet has called for a boycott, and later published an open letter to 21st Century Fox CEO James Murdoch to fire O’Reilly, which read in part, “We are sexual assault and domestic violence survivors and their loved ones, writing once again to ask you to rid Fox News of its culture of gender-based abuse.”

The group now has a protest planned for Tuesday, to be held at Fox News headquarters in New York, which includes a plane to fly a banner reading “Fox: #DropOReilly, The Sexual Predator.”

Ramzpaul Video: Is it always wrong to hit a girl?

Ramzpaul talks about antifa punch girl Venus Rosales (Emily Rose Marshall, Louise Rosealma) and whether it was OK to hit her.

We’re probably running out of new thoughts on this issue, but if you spend a few minutes listening to ramzpaul’s logic, it may either change your mind or suggest a new thought or two.

Thousands Protest Hungarian Law Aimed at Shutting Down Soros University

50,000 OR MORE PROTESTERS OPPOSE MOVES TO REIN IN HUNGARY’S SOROS FOUNDED CENTRAL EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY.

Soros’ Central European University has about 1,400 “students.” That’s 1,400 Fifth Columnists being trained to sabotage nationalism and a Europe for Europeans.

Shut ‘er down!

Jewish Forward

Tens of thousands of Hungarians protested in central Budapest on Sunday against new legislation that could force the Central European University (CEU), a school founded by U.S. financier George Soros, to move out of the country.

A bill passed in Parliament this week by the ruling right-wing Fidesz party of Prime Minister Viktor Orban, a critic of liberal civil organizations funded by Soros, targeted CEU by setting numerous new conditions under which it must operate.

The bill has led to criticism from hundreds of leading academics worldwide as well as from the U.S. government and the European Union.

“The government wants to silence pretty much everyone who doesn’t think the same as them, who thinks freely,” protest organizer Kornel Klopfstein, a PhD student at the University of Bielefeld in Germany, said. “According to the government one of the centers of these people is at CEU… We should stand up for academic freedom and for CEU.”

The Hungarian premier has often vilified Soros, whose ideal of an open society is squarely at odds with Orban’s view that European culture is under an existential threat from migration and multiculturalism.

More coverage of this story can be read at the BBC.

The CEU has vowed to fight the legislation. The English-speaking university is ranked among the top 200 universities in the world in eight disciplines.

Mr Soros has a strained relationship with Mr Orban – a keen supporter of US President Donald Trump – who has accused the financier of wanting a role in Hungarian politics and supporting the influx of migrants into Europe.

Mr Orban recently claimed Hungary was “under siege” from asylum seekers.

The prime minister won a scholarship sponsored by Mr Soros to study at Oxford university and the pair were allies in the days immediately following the fall of communism in 1989.

“Dear Baby Boomers,”

I’m a baby boomer and I approve this message.

With a caveat.

Not all of us were left wing, hypocritical zealots. Just most of us.

Gavin McInnes goes after baby boomers in this video, calling us “retarded,” among other things.