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Irish
Irish

@lbrindley according to Jason allsup he counted three people who were carrying nazi flags three and there was (and I'm going off of what he said and the footage I've seen) 1200 people there and at the rally. So back to the people who were carrying the nazi flags there was a about 10 people with those flag carrying people. And why do you say that there was kkk members there the kkk has all but dispanded there's only approximately 8,000 members left in there and most of them are Feds. The ones you need to worry about are the aryan brotherhood which is kind of the same thing but they are the killers. And finally if you want me to explain a peaceful protest the tiki torche wielding people weren't doing anything wrong they were telling those antifa assholes to fuck off and leave the statue alone. One more thing I forgot to mention antifa was throwing water bottles full of cement, shit among other things and if you heard of people getting trampled that was because the right wingers were trying to push through. So if you wanted me to explain and I did.

RamsayBolton
RamsayBolton

Besides, guys like Andrew Anglin from the Daily Stormer are obvious trolls and shit posters - unless you think he genuinely believes Pewdiepie, JK Rowling and the Wall Street Journal are all fellow neo-Nazi's, as he has claimed. He's even claimed that Jeremy Corbyn is a neo-Nazi - and he's pro-Communist.

RamsayBolton
RamsayBolton

Seems like a fairly natural reaction to dealing with violent, communist thugs of murderous intent from Antifa. Fascism arose as a reaction to the threat of Communism - the most harmful political ideology of the 20th Century - if not human history.

RamsayBolton
RamsayBolton
lbrindley
lbrindley

Explain to me why these "peaceful marchers" were assaulting people who disagreed with them and carrying Nazi flags while chanting anti-semitic, racist phrases. Please. Genuinely curious as to how Nazi flags do not equate to white supremacy.

Irish
Irish

I seen the same thing on CBC news they say that it was a gathering for the kkk and of course we know that's bull shit

Politenessman
Politenessman

One of the things that I find disturbing was that, when I initially heard it described in the MSM as a "white supremacist" rally, I just assumed they meant "not far left". How far the media has fallen. but hardly the most disturbing thing in this case.

RamsayBolton
RamsayBolton

@RoamingMillennial I guess you'll be expounding on this in your video, so no point in asking you to elaborate. :)

RoamingMillennial
RoamingMillennial

Editor

@RamsayBolton That's what it started out about, but it ended up morphing into something very different.

RamsayBolton
RamsayBolton

It was about the proposed removal of a Confederate statue I believe, plus an attempt to bring the right together against a common threat.

Jimmy_Nelly
Jimmy_Nelly

Will you be explaining what the rally was actually about? The MSM just vaguely described it as a white supremacist rally with no further details, I just wonder if they were rallying about something specific.

RoamingMillennial
RoamingMillennial

Editor

If you've watched my videos, you'll know that I have no interest in identity politics from the left OR right. I'm working on a video dedicated to the events in Charlotesville right now, but the alt-right is something that I've disavowed and critiqued multiple times in the past (as early as just last week actually).
The alt-right's brand of authoritarian ethnonationalism is anti-American, and I appreciate how people on all sides of the political spectrum have been vocal in condemning this political violence and bigotry.



Konoruck
Konoruck
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