Newsflash, White Man:
The Left isn’t going to let you secure the existence of your people and a future for your children without some serious complications and roadblocks along the way.
In fact, if current trends continue and if we substantially increase in strength, I wouldn’t be surprised to see various extreme-Left Jews/Antifa/undefined critters (and maybe even some in the mainstream) calling for their followers to kill those suspected of being Alt-Right “Nazis” by around the year 2020 or so.
Your job is to make it impossible for them to break you, and to defy their attempts to silence you by standing tall an defiant with your White brothers and sisters.
No matter what happens…
City leaders and police officers are bracing for the controversial rally set for Saturday at Emancipation Park.
Officials held a press conference Monday, August 7, to discuss the upcoming Unite the Right rally. The press conference began around 3:40 p.m., and wrapped up before 4 p.m. Officials did not take any questions from the press.
Authorities have been trying to negotiate with self-described white activist Jason Kessler to move his rally to a different location.
Yes, Goyim, we’re just trying to negotiate with you.
You get the nice park far away from the Robert E. Lee statue, and we promise you we won’t let Antifa and Black terrorists deface and destroy your filthy, I mean nice and historical, heritage monument.
Charlottesville City Manager Maurice Jones said during the press conference that Kessler can have his event, but that it must be held in McIntire Park. The city wants to move the rally for safety and logistical reasons, but Kessler is so far refusing to make the change.
“They don’t have a legal right to deny us our ability to express support for the monument, in front of the monument as the permit said, ” Kessler said.
“The city has serious concerns about ensuring the safety of the expected demonstrators in the park, expected counter demonstrators in the public, and to protect against public and private property damage among other concerns,” said Jones.
Kessler has said that he expects hundreds of people to rally in support of the statue of Confederate Army General Robert E. Lee at the park. The rally is scheduled for noon to 5 p.m. Saturday, and is to include speakers and leaders of the alt-right movement.
Earlier this year, Charlottesville City Council voted unanimously to rename Lee Park. It was later decided by City Council to have the new name be Emancipation Park. A majority of councilors also voted in favor of removing the Lee statue.
“We will be there in Lee [sic] Park on August 12th no matter what,” he said.
Kessler told NBC29 that he is planning to file a lawsuit against the city.
Police believe the total attendance will be in the thousands, but that includes protesters and onlookers.
— Henry Graff (@HenryGraff) August 7, 2017
I shouldn’t even have to tell you that if the situation was reversed and it was a Leftist group (the BLM terrorist organization, for example) getting their rightfully-approved rally permit modified at the last minute, you would have riots on a scale that would reduce a city like Charlottesville to ruins.
However, we normal, heterosexual, non-Anarchist White men don’t usually resort to wanton destruction when we get our feelings hurt.
What we will do, and I want everyone on the fence to take this as a sign that #UniteTheRight is a gathering brought about by Divine Providence, is travel to Virginia, gather round on Friday night and early Saturday, and march to LEE PARK as was originally planned – and was sanctioned through a legal permit stamped by the city of Charlottesville.
We’re here to grow, gain in power, and to remind the Jews and their Leftist pets that THEY WILL NOT REPLACE US!
I hope to see many of you there.