This past week, Jason Kessler, the organizer of Unite the Right in Charlottesville, was arrested. The arrest was purportedly for perjury relating to an old incident which was believed to have been resolved months ago. Any honest observer can see that the charge is trumped-up, the result of selective law enforcement targeting Kessler because of his role in UTR, and because of the lawsuit he is planning to file against the authorities whose negligence allowed what should have been a peaceful event to become a tragic debacle.
Kessler has shown steadfast determination and bravery in facing an onslaught of attacks from the national media and from government actors at various levels of power.
Kessler’s real “crime,” that which is the cause of this persecution, is that he is telling the truth about government malfeasance and the anti-white, anti-American agenda that driving it. Also, the FOIA requests related to his planned lawsuit threaten to expose embarrassing, and possibly illegal, actions on the part of city and state officials, including Clinton-associated VA Governor Terry McCauliffe. These powerful (and in my opinion, nefarious) people have a lot at stake.
As a South Carolinian, I watched helplessly after the Dylann Roof murders as the first dominoes began to fall, and the removal of politically incorrect symbols and statues began to take place. I thought, “Why won’t somebody DO something?” During the following months, more dominoes fell. When an openly anti-white city council decided to remove the statue of Robert E. Lee in a Charlottesville park, Mr. Kessler DID do something, and with every obstacle and attack, he has maintained a firm resolve to defend what he believes is right, despite significant personal risk and sacrifice.
The determination of one man has set the enemies of our culture back on their heels, and has them worried and scrambling.
What would happen if their were a dozen men doing what Jason Kessler is doing, each in their own cities? What if there were a hundred? Imagine if there were a thousand! What could such an “army” accomplish?
Gentlemen, I ask you: will you join?
In the meantime, you can contribute to Kessler’s legal defense here: https://goyfundme.com/projects/jasons-legal-defense-fund/