The Jacob Goodwin trail in Charlottesville and the state of affairs in the U.S.

Patrick Slattery and callers discuss the verdict in the Jacob Goodwin trail in Charlottesville and what it means for the state of affairs in the United States and how to proceed from here.

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Infowars finally comes out in defense of nationalists in Charlottesville

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A firsthand account of the Charlottesville riot.

While in Washington DC at the National Press Club where Infowars’ Alex Jones discussed recent litigation, Millie Weaver was invited to speak about her firsthand experience in Charlottesville and detail what really happened.











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Jason Kessler on the impact of Charlottesville

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Patrick Slattery and Mark Collett talk about how “tolerance” is used as a weapon by those trying to destroy our people and transform our societies. They also go into the double standard shown by British immigration authorities, who endurance ISIS fighters to come back to Britain, but prevent the entry of pro-white activists into the country.

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‘Black Lightning’ Episode Rips Off Charlottesville Protests

CW’s Black Lightning has made headlines for delivering the first black superhero on primetime and providing liberals another opportunity to virtue signal how progressive they are for watching one hour of television. The February 27 episode takes both of those elements up a notch with a direct rip-off of the Charlottesville protests.

The episode “Three Sevens: The Book of Thunder” continues the story of Jefferson Pierce (Cress Williams) returning to his mantle as the superhero Black Lightning. Unbeknownst to him, his eldest daughter Anissa (Nafessa Williams) has developed abilities of her own, and she’s already developed a social justice warrior attitude.

Previously, her acts of protest or vigilantism mostly revolved around gang violence and illegal trafficking, otherwise known as things people really worry about that should be stopped. Not content with those problems, however, the show finally addresses what it considers just as serious a topic: Confederate statues.

In fact, Anissa’s plot in the episode opens with her and a group defacing a statue dedicated to a former Confederate soldier only to be confronted rather violently by the police.

 

 

When bailing his daughter out of prison, Jefferson offers less than stellar words of wisdom. Instead of maybe suggesting that protesting statues isn’t worth being arrested over, he plays the race card noting, “All it takes is for one cop – one cop to see your color instead of your humanity and decide ‘better dead than sorry’” and how, as a black woman, she doesn’t have “the luxury of being naïve.”

Even if we bought the idea that cops are hunting down African Americans for the crime of being black (which they clearly aren’t), it’s worth addressing that most Americans aren’t on Anissa’s side when it comes to Confederate monuments. With that in mind, this entire plot becomes not only sanctimonious but blind.

The story unfortunately doesn’t end there. Almost immediately, the protest against the statue leads into a counter-protest with some previously unheard-of white nationalists. The rest of the story becomes shockingly familiar to those who kept track of the Charlottesville protests.

 

 

Protestors: You will not replace us! You will not replace us! You will not replace us! You will not replace us!

Reporter: This counter-protest began calling for the preservation of all history, but was hijacked by white nationalists. It turned violent, then tragically, a white nationalist drove his car into a crowd of students, killing 19-year-old Katie Smith.

Anissa: Ugh. My goodness.

Woman: What, did you know her?

Anissa: [Sighs] Not really, but I knew her.

Woman: So sad. I just… I don’t know. Makes you wish there was something you can do to stop this madness.

This whole plot seems to serve as a perverse window in the mind of leftists. While most people don’t care about Confederate statues, they see it as an issue akin to gang violence. The very real death of a woman is now suddenly exploited as a lazy, throwaway plot opportunity for a tv show. That blatant form of moral postulating is almost more damning than anything I could write.

The most obvious example of this comes from Anissa suiting up in public to destroy the statue herself. I’m sure to the writers this scene comes off as powerful and deeply moving, bless their hearts. Out here in the real world, it comes off as a resolution no one beyond the most dedicated leftist cares about and most certainly won’t matter come next week’s episode. Unless destroying that statue brought an end to gang violence or drug trafficking, I dare the show to prove me wrong.

Actually, I dare the show not to prove me wrong. In an average episode, Black Lightning usually plays out like any other CW superhero show, just with a black lead. That should be enough equality for anyone. Just let people enjoy their needless melodrama in peace.

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Charlottesville – A Marcher’s Perspective

 

December 27, 2017

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Thanks for the response, sir. To be honest, I wasn’t an organizer, so I have no idea about that. Even guys like Cantwell and Enoch, even Duke, were just invited speakers along for the ride. They weren’t involved in any planning: that was mainly Spencer and Kessler, who we ran into right before the torch march. Jason was running around the UVA grounds in a group of 5 or 6 guys looking desperate and trying to find “Nameless Field”, which is where Spencer planned the start of the march. Kessler seemed like he was the last to know where it was (or that it was even happening.) Personally, I got the strong impression he was in over his head, and Spencer was competing for limelight and executive control. It felt like a bit of a media coup, but nothing too underhanded or aggressive – just maybe some Chad dick-measuring. 

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Charlottesville – A Marcher’s Perspective

 

December 27, 2017

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Thanks for the response, sir. To be honest, I wasn’t an organizer, so I have no idea about that. Even guys like Cantwell and Enoch, even Duke, were just invited speakers along for the ride. They weren’t involved in any planning: that was mainly Spencer and Kessler, who we ran into right before the torch march. Jason was running around the UVA grounds in a group of 5 or 6 guys looking desperate and trying to find “Nameless Field”, which is where Spencer planned the start of the march. Kessler seemed like he was the last to know where it was (or that it was even happening.) Personally, I got the strong impression he was in over his head, and Spencer was competing for limelight and executive control. It felt like a bit of a media coup, but nothing too underhanded or aggressive – just maybe some Chad dick-measuring. 

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Source Article from https://www.henrymakow.com/2017/12/were-not-commie-infiltrators-o.html

Charlottesville – A Marcher’s Perspective

 

December 27, 2017

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Thanks for the response, sir. To be honest, I wasn’t an organizer, so I have no idea about that. Even guys like Cantwell and Enoch, even Duke, were just invited speakers along for the ride. They weren’t involved in any planning: that was mainly Spencer and Kessler, who we ran into right before the torch march. Jason was running around the UVA grounds in a group of 5 or 6 guys looking desperate and trying to find “No Name Park”, which is where Spencer planned the start of the march. Kessler seemed like he was the last to know where it was (or that it was even happening.) Personally, I got the strong impression he was in over his head, and Spencer was competing for limelight and executive control. It felt like a bit of a media coup, but nothing too underhanded or aggressive – just maybe some Chad dick-measuring. 

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Gov’t Report Now Proves Cops Were Told to Stand Down in Charlottesville and They Covered It Up

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Charlottesville, VA — There is no shortage of violent footage of clashes between neo-nazi white supremacists and counter-protesters from the Charlottesville Unite the Right Rally back in August. Multiple violent battles raged on for several minutes as blood spilled onto the streets of this college town. Only several feet away were police officers — who did nothing to stop it.

A damning report, conducted and commissioned by the city of Charlottesville on the mistakes, missteps, and failures of local police, now proves officers were told to abandon their posts and stand down, leading to deadly and disastrous results.

One such post that was deliberately abandoned led to the death of Heather Heyer after a white supremacist drove through the once guarded barricade and mowed down peaceful protesters in his car.

As the Richmond Times-Dispatch reports:

A police officer radioed for help as angry protesters swarmed around her: “They are pushing the crowd my way and I have nobody here to help me.”

 

Tammy Shiflett, who had just returned to active duty as an elementary school resource officer after two months recovering from a shoulder surgery, was the only person assigned to block traffic at the intersection where a deadly car attack began in Charlottesville on Aug. 12.

 

Instead of sending reinforcements, a superior instructed her to abandon her post and move the car that had been positioned in the intersection, leaving a wooden sawhorse as the only barrier keeping vehicles out of the area. Roughly an hour and a half later, a white nationalist drove his car down that very street, striking a crowd of counterprotesters and killing 32-year-old activist Heather Heyer.

Shiflett was one of many officers told to stand down during the chaos on that fateful Saturday back in August which led to wholesale public beatings and even guns being fired in public as cops did nothing. As to why the police were told stand down, according to the report, it’s was because police were more concerned with protecting their own than doing their jobs.

“Supervisors devised a poorly-conceived plan that under-equipped and misaligned hundreds of officers,” the report says. “Execution of that plan elevated officer safety over public safety.”

Not only did superiors tell the officers to stand down but, according to the report, they also tried to cover that fact up by deleting evidence of it.

The review, led by Tim Heaphy, a former federal prosecutor who now works for Hunton & Williams, according to the Richmond Times-Dispatch, also found:

• Despite repeated public statements by state and local officials that officers were not instructed to “stand down,” police had in fact been instructed only to intervene in conflicts between white nationalists and counterprotesters in the event of serious injury.

• A Virginia State Police commander made an “off-plan” decision to keep state officers behind barricades instead of sending them into the streets to break up fights and make arrests.

• After clashes began, Police Chief Al Thomas was heard by several people in the command center saying to “let them fight, it will make it easier to declare an unlawful assembly” and shut down the rally.

• Thomas attempted to obstruct the city’s investigation, deleting relevant text messages, attempting to hide his use of a personal email account to conduct some official police business, and creating planning checklists that were not actually used to plan for the rallies.

As the report notes, police—on all fronts—were told to take a passive stance and simply stood by as violence broke out in front of them. As TFTP reported at the time, this led to cops doing absolutely nothing as a white supremacist fired a round into the crowd right in front of them.

“Hey, nigger!” the crazed racist says right before he fires his gun. Whether he was firing at a specific person or simply trying to terrorize the crowd was unclear. He appeared to be firing in the direction of Corey Long who was in an altercation with another group of people and had made a makeshift flamethrower with an aerosol can. However, what was entirely clear was the reaction from police—there wasn’t one.

“We all heard it and ran — I know damn well they heard it,” said Rosia Parker, a community activist in Charlottesville when speaking about the police. “They never moved.”

The man who fired the shot was never arrested that day. In fact, not until two weeks later did police act. Richard W. Preston, 52, was arrested and charged on August 25 with discharging a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school during the so-called “Unite The Right” rally.

What is notable about this report is the fact that despite multiple independent reports of police being told to stand down, that notion was widely regarded by the media as a conspiracy theory. Now, however, the dismissive tactics by the corporate media have proven to be false and those who were paying attention are once again vindicated.

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Patrick Slattery and Eric Striker on Mishima, Weinstein, and Charlottesville

Patrick Slattery and Eric Striker talk about the ideas of Yukio Mishima and how they relate to the crisis of masculinity in Japan and in the West. Also they went into the Harvey Weinstein affair as an example of an intentional attack on whites by the Jewish elite. Originally aired October 14, 2017

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Richard Spencer And Fellow White Nationalists Return To Charlottesville

Less than two months after violence broke out at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, white supremacists returned to Emancipation Park on Saturday evening to demonstrate in support of Confederate statues. 

The rally in early August was purportedly organized to protest the removal of a statue of Confederate soldier Robert E. Lee from downtown Charlottesville. Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) declared a state of emergency after the white supremacists clashed violently with counterprotesters, injuring at least 35 people and killing 32-year-old paralegal Heather Heyer.

On Saturday, white nationalist leader Richard Spencer led a group holding torches to the park and livestreamed the rally from his Twitter account. The images were reminiscent of the group’s previous rally in the city, when they held tiki torches and chanted “Blood and soil” as they marched.

“We have a place in this country,” Spencer told his supporters in a livestream. “We have a place in this conversation. We have the right to exist.”

The governor responded to the rally Saturday evening on Twitter.

“We are monitoring this situation as we continue to oppose these racists and their message of hate,” McAuliffe wrote. 

The group sang the Confederate Civil War song “I Wish I Was In Dixie Land,” and chanted phrases like “the South will rise again” and “Russia is our friend.”

Spencer delivered a speech filled with his familiar rhetoric, and he claimed that the U.S. was founded by what he calls “white culture.” 

“We define this country, not anyone else,” Spencer told his supporters. 

The event brought out about three dozen white nationalists, reported NBC 29′s Matt Talhelm, who also said there was police presence at the rally. 

The group disbanded after Spencer’s speech. “We will be back,” they chanted.

Spencer later tweeted a video proclaiming the event a success.

“We came, we triggered, we left,” he said, adding that he thought the “flash mob” model should be repeated in the future.

  • This article originally appeared on HuffPost.

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