Those who can make you believe absurdities can make you commit atrocities.-Voltaire
The violence in Charlottesville last weekend was both disgusting and unnecessary. So why wasn’t it surprising? Is it because of the inherit violence and hatred of any white supremacist activity? Potentially, but there are dozens of such rallies every year yet we don’t see the same level of violence that happened yesterday.
I suspect many Americans feet a vague tugging in their gut telling them that something is off about Charlottesville. The vague feeling of malignant energy is present everywhere and it’s expressed in the extreme antipathy of our youth, the panic neurosis of our young adults, and the bitter cynicism of our elders. Nobody is surprised by Charlottesville but we are all sick about it.
What we are feeling goes beyond any tragedy or death, it is even beyond exemplars of extreme hatred. No what we are feeling is a distinct awareness that we are no longer the masters of our own fate. That even our tragedies are manufactured and the consensus about such tragedies feels forced and quite right. There is something completely off about America that goes beyond a racial divide, everyday American’s are feeling like they are losing themselves and they feel panicked about the future. Yet are being divided by racial struggle and pit against each other.
Tell me who wins when American citizens are fighting each other. Tell me who goes on unaccountable while we scream at each other? While we’re busy screaming and fighting both sides don’t realize that we are scared of the same things.
Why now? Why is this conflict happening right now? Nationalism is finally gaining mainstream support and then a giant “nationalist” “alt-right” movement filled with Nazis and white supremacist happens? Notice how the cries against the Charlottesville protestors are cried against nationalism or white nationalist, further alienating a movement that promotes peace through independence.
What the hell happened?
After a tragic event it takes awhile for the news to settle and the general consensus for what happened to be developed. Pretty soon the consensus will be so well oiled that there won’t be a plot whole not agreed upon by the Mainstream Media. It is so important that every alternate media outlet document the facts and spread the word before the “truth” is embedded on the public. Once that happens it will not matter what actually happens, only what the people believe happens.
The first question to ask ourselves; why pick Charlottesville?
The locals call it the “People’s Republic of Charlottesville” for a reason. It is the Democrat stronghold of Virginia. The Charlottesville citizens regularly vote 80 percent Democrat in local, state, and national elections. Also the extremely liberal University of Virginia (what university isn’t?) is the cornerstone of Charlottesville. An altogether unwelcoming place for any kind of conservative, let alone a race hating conservative.
Who knows? Maybe it was attempt at national attention, though I don’t think the kind of attention they got was one that would do any good for any positive awareness. Apparently the organizers of the rally disagreed and thought this was there moment.
The rally was organized by right-wing blogger Jason Kessler, who wanted to protest Charlottesville’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from Emancipation Park. April 2017, when the Charlotte City Council first voted to remove a bronze equestrian Robert E. Lee sculpture. Despite a pending court case that will ultimately determine the general’s fate, the Charlottesville City Council voted 3-2 to sell the city’s statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee.
A wrench was thrown in the plan when Judge Richard Moore granted a temporary restraining order in May on the removal of the statute, ruling that it would be delayed for six months. The Sons of Confederate Veterans and other groups argued that a Virginia monument law stops war monuments from being removed. However, the city government has said that the statue of Lee and another one of the Confederate General Stonewall Jackson were not initially erected to honor Civil War veterans.
This wasn’t the first protest of the removal of the Robert E. Lee statute, the park was recently renamed Emancipation Park from Lee Park. On July 8, about 50 members of a Ku Klux Klan group from North Carolina held a rally near the statue, but they were outnumbered by about 1,000 counter-protesters. Twenty-two people were attested at that rally. While the rally was contentious there wasn’t anywhere near the violent outcome that happened in August.
Whatever intent of the Unite the Right protestors they had a permit for their protest against the removal of the statute. Despite city council trying to rescind their permission, with the help of the ACLU a judge overruled the city’s decision to bar the protest.
If there is a nationwide effort to remove Confederate monuments were facing an uphill battle. There are over 1,000 Confederate monuments in 31 states, including some that weren’t even involved in the Civil War. And removal comes with a heft price tag. Richmond.com reported that Charlottesville city staff estimate that it would cost $330,000 to remove the Lee statue and $370,000 to remove the Jackson one. Those are just two of over 1,000 monuments.
This time 30 to 50 members of a South Carolina-based Ku Klux Klan (KKK) group called the Loyal White Knights showed up to Charlottesville, Virginia to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee on Saturday.
Protests turn violent
The particular volatile combination of aggressive Nazis and crazy Antifa an d BLM protestors was not a good mix. One woman was killed when a driver plowed a sports car into a crowd of counter-demonstrators. On Sunday, city officials identified the woman as Heather Heyer, 32, of Charlottesville. The suspect was identified by police late Saturday as 20-year-old James Alex Fields Jr. The two other deaths were police officers were also killed in a police helicopter crash.
Despite cries for gun control following the events, there wasn’t one person injured or killed by gun violence during the the rally. Just consider that, reports have it that the initial protestors there were heavily armed, yet not one person was shot? If this was an inherently dangerous and evil group, why didn’t one of them use their guns? If they came to fight they would have used those guns.
It wasn’t only violence perpetrated by Nazis and racist either. A report on police conduct during and after the rally by ProPublica, a left-leaning investigative journalism non-profit suggest mismanagement of police resources by political leadership may have exacerbated the violence surrounding the rally and the counter-protests, which included mainstream liberals and local faith-based “anti-racism” groups as well as radical leftist “Black Lives Matter” (BLM) and “Anti-Fascist Action” (Antifa) outfits.
According to video given to DailyMail.com a female reporter was punched by an Antifa protestor after the journalist refused to stop recording. In the video when she refuses to put her camera away, he appears to punch her and yells “stop fucking recording.”
Apparently we’re being attacked on both sides by socialist. For the life of of me I don’t understand how a Nazi and socialist organization could ever be considered apart of the right. The fascist National Socialist Movement (NSM) startet to mobilize to the alt-right demonstration in Charlottesville, Virginia (USA) on August 12 (as well as their friends the Aryan Nationalist Alliance, the League of the South and Traditionalist Worker Party). Maybe the Democratic Socialist and the NSM should get together and have discussion, I think they have more in common with eachother than the right has with either.
So where were the police?
People are only openly violently dissident in two scenarios: 1) They have the blessings of a government that will either look the other way or openly participate. 2) They are in a hopeless situation with their backs against the wall so they have very little to lose.
While think elements of number two are definitely present in Virginia as a whole, a lot of these protestors were coming from out of state. That makes me believe that we’re dealing with a situation where the government is somehow complicit in this situation.
It is no secret there was a police stand down that .occurred during this violent rally. The stand down was confirmed by the ACLU who quoted a police source saying, “We’ll not intervene until given command to do so.”
Who could give the order to the police to stand down? Perhaps the mayor. Michael Signer is the mayor of Charlottesville, Virginia. If the name means little to you, then you are not familiar with the back allies of Washington. Singer worked for the Center for American Progress and worked with John Podesta on Barack Obama’s State Department Transition Team. Singer was a former foreign policy aide to John Edwards in charge of homeland security affairs.
Singer has also been outspoken opponent and Trump and labeled Charlottesville as the “capital of resistance.” Nothing surprising given his close connection with Obama and Obama’s continual efforts to derail Trump’s agenda.
A little about the Center for American Progressive, as the name suggests, is a progressive think tank based in Washington D.C. CAP describes itself on its website as “an independent nonpartisan educational institute dedicated to improving the lives of Americans through progressive ideas and action” in such areas as “energy, national security, economic growth and opportunity, immigration, education, and health care.” The center boasts extensive ties to donor George Soros, the Democratic Party and both the Clinton and Obama Administrations.
Seedy seedy seedy! George Soros pledged $3 million in startup money in 2002 and gave $2.5 million. It also received money from these New World Order loving donors: George Soros Open Soceity Foundation $6.67 million; Marisla Foundation (Getty Oil fortune) $6 million; and theRockefeller Foundation $4.18 million. Quite the pedigree.
Just like every progressive operation it claims one thing and does the complete opposite. Supposedly for the worker yet CAP is very comfortable with donations from corporations accused of some of the worst workers rights violations. The Washington Free Beacon estimates Wal-Mart donations at over $500,000 over a ten year period, citing a Wal-Mart webpage that is no longer active. They’ve are complete sell outs when it comes to traditional “environmental” issues. CAP has been a big backer of the Energy Department’s $25 billion loan guarantee program for renewable energy projects. According to these lists, CAP’s donors included Comcast, Walmart, General Motors, Pacific Gas and Electric, General Electric, Boeing and Lockheed. Though it doesn’t appear on the lists, the University of Phoenix was also a donor.
They also love to silence any critics of progressive thoughts while they themselves make back door deals with problematic companies. A leaked email revealed that Judd Legum, the editor of ThinkProgress, a site that’s part of the Center for American Progress Action Fund, had taken credit for preventing further writings by Roger Pielke Jr. on Climate Change dissent from appearing on the web site FiveThirtyEight.
So many interesting actors
Interestingly enough a man named Brennan Gilmore was at the Charlottesville rally at the time and appeared on Today to recount the events. Interesting because this man was the Chief of staff for Tom Periello. In March, a group of more than 30 former Obama staffers signed a letter endorsing Perriello for governor, including Obama’s 2008 campaign manager David Plouffe and former White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer.
Where is this man on the rabbit whole? Periello was a form U.S. representative and and Special Envoy to the Democratic Republic of Congo. (Yes that Congo that has been war torn and raped for resources for years). Periello recently ran for governor of Virginia but was defeated in June this year. One of Periello’s donors? George Soros.
When your own governor is under an FBI investigation and has been steeped in corruption charges his whole adult life you know your state is screwed. And no I’m not talking about Illinois, I’m talking about Terry McAuliffe and his grandstanding corrupt ass. Nothing that comes out of this man’s mouth is ever the truth. But he certainly had something to say about this event. He even promised that police would be readily available and that the rally would be safe.
Men and women from state and local agencies will be in Charlottesville [on Saturday] to keep the public safe, and their job will be made easier if Virginians, no matter how well-meaning, elect to stay away from the areas where this rally will take place.- Gov. Terry McAuliffe
There are simply too many coincidence and the unrest of Saturday’s rally has to many unclean hands touching it. Ask yourself why are the most violent rallies always in heavily democratic areas? Why did the police push the alt right protestors into an Antifa funnel? Why are people so scared of Nationalism? Share and subscribe! My next post will connect the dots to show you how these kind of psyops are used around the world.