“An alliance of several white nationalist groups — including those involved in an August rally in Charlottesville, Va. — has announced plans for a “White Lives Matter” rally this month in Tennessee.
The rally is scheduled for Sat., Oct. 28, in Shelbyville, located an hour southeast of Nashville.
Brad Griffin, who writes under the alias Hunter Wallace on his blog Occidental Dissent, announced that the event is being held by the Nationalist Front, a group of organizations that includes the National Socialist Movement, Traditionalist Worker Party, League of the South, White Lives Matter, Vanguard America and others. …”
“The League of the South, a white nationalist group which held rallies in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro in 2013, plans a “white lives matter” rally in Shelbyville along with other groups on October 28, according to a posting on the website occidentaldissent.com.
Shelbyville Police Chief Jan Phillips told the Times-Gazette this morning that the group does not plan to hold a parade and therefore does not require a permit from the city. As the city police understand it, the group plans to stand on the side of the road, holding signs and handing out literature. …”
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“The “White Lives Matter” rally October 28th in Shelbyville, Tennessee was announced today at Hunter Wallace’s website Occidental Dissent. Shelbyville is about an hour southeast of Nashville. We’ve mentioned Wallace’s work previously, Mr. Wallace’s work has actually been used as intel by federal agents seeking Antifa recently. The event is being hosted by the Nationalist Front, a group of organizations including the National Socialist Movement, Traditionalist Worker Party, League of the South, White Lives Matter, Vanguard America and others. Previously, we here at The Goldwater had reported how Wallace’s work was utilized by federal agents in an investigation into Antifa.
Part of the reason for the rally is the recent church shooting in Antioch by Emanuel Samson. Samson senselessly slaughtered  people and injured several others as well as to “protest the ongoing problem of refugee resettlement in Middle Tennessee.” Despite proof that he specifically targeted white church-goers as revenge for the Dylann Roof shootings, the story has been mostly suppressed in the press. Sudan, coincidentally, was taken off the travel ban the same day the Antioch tragedy occurred. …”