Jason Kessler is hosting the Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville, VA on August 12th.
I’m confident this event will end up being the biggest rally we have held in the United States in over a decade. It will be much bigger than the original event in Charlottesville in May which was kept private. The Alt-Right will be there. Southern Nationalists will be there. White Nationalists will be there. The Alt-Lite was invited to come, but predictably backed out over race.
I’ve been doing activism in the South for several years now. I usually have a feel for how many people will show up at these events, but I have never seen so much interest in one event. I’m going to have to rent a van because I have six people who want to ride with me alone. I know this event is going to be a big deal because people who I consider leaners have booked non-refundable flights and there will be convoys coming to Charlottesville from far flung states like Texas and Florida.
I’m telling you to trust me on this one. You do not want to miss this event. If you have ever wanted to attend a pro-White or pro-South event, this is the one to go to. I think Charlottesville has the potential to be a breakthrough moment in our activism. There is so much energy which has been bottled up online over the past 15 years that the dam is close to breaking. It is only a matter of time before it finally spills over into the real world and we are getting very close to that point.
We’re still a month out from the Unite The Right rally. The only question at this point is how much we can swell the size of this event. We have over a month to get the word out. This should be plenty of time to take off work, make travel arrangements, find someone to carpool with, etc. We need you to share these flyers on Facebook and Twitter to create as much buzz as possible. If you are planning to come, work on bringing another person who wouldn’t ordinarily come to an event.
Note: If you want to get a League of the South polo shirt, you can order one at Patriotic Flags. We’re going to be in Charlottesville in force with black polos and the Confederate Battle Flag.