Discussion in 'News and Current Events' started by KluKluxClan redux, Aug 12, 2017.

    That Nazi who cried doesn't want to be labeled the 'crying Nazi'

    "Police were supposed to clear their enemies from their path..." wtf?
  2. The Internet Member

    Crying Nazi lives in NH which is almost 100% white. Looks like being surrounded by white people is no guarantee of constant bliss. Who knew.
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  3. I already posted 'Carry Me Back To Old Virginny' in the other thread, so I thought this might serve a similar purpose :p :

  4. Reposted for awesomeness
  5. DeathHamster Member
    I approve of leaking. (Unless it's in a Russian hotel.)
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  6. The Wrong Guy Member

    Why Do Confederate Monuments Fall So Easily? |Mic

    There were two specific periods in US history when most Confederate monuments were erected — and they're telling, to say the least. Mic's Jack Smith IV reports.
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    Empire Files: From 1776 to Trump - White Mobs, Racist Heroes & Hidden History | TeleSUR English

    Trump hit his lowest moment when he blamed "both sides" for the murder of anti-racist protester Heather Heyer in Charlottesville. But understanding how a neo-Nazi sympathizer got into the White House requires breaking apart the myth underneath it all, the glorified story of the creation of the United States in 1776.

    Dr. Gerald Horne is the Chair of History and African American Studies at the University of Houston and is the author of over 20 books on slavery and the Black liberation movement; most recently "The Counter-Revolution of 1776: Slave Resistance and the Origins of the United States".
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    Evropa petition
    "Uphold our Immigration Laws and deport the 800,000 DACA recipients and repeal the Immigration Act of 1965."

    Only 98,000 signatures left to go.
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  9. Are we goona get into their heads and fuck them up , will we go tango down on their asses?

    You're full of bullshit.
  10. AOTF layoff the retard button .

  11. LOL Oh Shit! The only Nazi retard around here, is you.
  12. You don't even have the intelligence to change your spiel, it's back wit the old TICK TOCK and IF ONLY YOU KNEW type bullshit.

    Times have changed arsehole you're old news.

  13. I don't like Nazi fucks like you. Come to think of it, I think I'll stick around just to make your sock life a fucking misery. You're what we call ..

  14. Oh god.
  15. The Wrong Guy Member

    South Park Season 21 Preview: White People Renovating Houses

    Protestors armed with tiki torches and confederate flags take to the streets of South Park. Randy comes to grips with what it means to be white in today’s society.

    [WATCH] South Park Takes On White Nationalists In Season 21 Premiere | Deadline

    South Park premiere taking on Charlottesville: Preview | Entertainment Weekly

    South Park to Open New Season by Taking on Charlottesville, White Nationalism | Mediaite

    South Park Season 21 Premiere Charlottesville Protest | Refinery29

    South Park to Tackle White Supremacy on Season 21 Premiere | Rolling Stone
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  16. The Wrong Guy Member

    Indiana man charged with assaulting woman during Charlottesville riots | New York Daily News


    Dennis Mothersbaugh, 38, was arrested at his in Jennings County, Ind. home shortly after 1 p.m. He faces assault and battery charges, Sheriff Gary Driver told the Daily News.

    He faces possible extradition to Charlottesville, the sheriff said.

    Officials took Mothersbaugh into custody after Charlottesville police contacted the sheriff’s department about an out of state warrant against him.

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    Vernon man to be extradited to Virginia to face Charlottesville assault charge | The Republic, Indiana


    A Vernon man has been arrested and will be extradited to Charlottesville, Virginia, to face an assault-and-battery charge stemming from clashes between white supremacists and counter-demonstrators in August.

    Dennis L. Mothersbaugh, 37, of 2005 N. County Road 175E, was arrested at his home early Thursday afternoon by Jennings County Sheriff’s deputies and North Vernon police, Jennings County Sheriff Gary Driver said.

    The Virginia warrant for Mothersbaugh was issued after cell phone video from the Charlottesville clashes surfaced on social media showed him marching with white supremacists and punching two people who were protesting. Mothersbaugh is accused of being with a group protesting over the scheduled removal of a Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee statue from a Charlottesville park.

    The video shows a man identified as Mothersbaugh first punching an unidentified man, and then punching a woman directly in the face with his fist as he is accosted verbally by the counter-demonstrators. Allegations made about the incident include that Mothersbaugh was wearing weighted gloves when he hit the woman in the face.

    The Jennings County Sheriff’s Department confirmed the warrant for Mothersbaugh’s arrest had been pending since Sept. 18, but deputies could not and did not arrest him then because Charlottesville had not requested that Mothersbaugh be extradited back to Virginia. If deputies had arrested Mothersbaugh when the warrant was first issued, nothing would have happened, because Charlottesville would not come and get him, said Lt. Mike Mowery, Jennings County Sheriff’s Department spokesman.

    The warrant was reissued on Thursday with Charlottesville police signing orders that they would extradite Mothersbaugh to face the assault and battery charge, Driver said, which led to the arrest.

    For more on this story, see Friday’s Republic.

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    Again with the torches
    "The prominent white supremacist Richard B. Spencer was a featured speaker at a rally on Saturday in Charlottesville, Va., where demonstrators reprised their chant of “You will not replace us!” and asserted that the South would “rise again."
    White nationalists rally again at Lee statue; Bellamy calls for them to be prosecuted
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  19. DeathHamster Member

    Alt-Right tries to pawn off video taken after the parking lot beating as happening before, has the beating victim charged with assault.
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  21. The people in Charlottesville want to keep their town from being a kick-off for white nationalist protests.
    They are unhappy with the police response
    Public Speaks Out at City Council Meeting, Demands Changes to Deter White Nationalist Groups
    This comes after the White Nazis returned to Charlottesville in October. Note how little press they got. Is it purposeful by the town, or was it impromptu and the creeps didn't announce it to get press they because they didn't want to be arrested?
  22. The Wrong Guy Member

  23. This was a previous troll, I especially likes the Flight of the Valkyries
  24. The Wrong Guy Member

    Report finds law enforcement failed at Charlottesville rally | The Associated Press


    Law enforcement’s response to a violent white nationalist rally in Virginia last summer failed on multiple fronts, an independent review released Friday found.

    Former U.S. Attorney Tim Heaphy’s monthslong investigation of the Charlottesville rally found that the city failed by not adequately communicating or coordinating in advance and by removing an officer from an area where a car plowed into counterprotesters and killed a woman.

    Heaphy’s team interviewed 150 people and pored over half a million documents for the report, which found a lack of preparation and coordination between state and city police and a passive response by officers to the chaos.

    The report said the city of Charlottesville had failed to protect public safety or the protesters’ right to express themselves.

    “This represents a failure of one of government’s core functions - the protection of fundamental rights,” the report said. “Law enforcement also failed to maintain order and protect citizens from harm, injury, and death. Charlottesville preserved neither of those principles on August 12, which has led to deep distrust of government within this community.”

    White nationalists who descended on Charlottesville in part to protest plans to remove a statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee began fighting in the streets with counterdemonstrators before the event even officially began. The brawling went on for nearly an hour in plain view of officers until the event eventually disbanded. Later, as counterdemonstrators were peacefully marching through a downtown street, a car drove into the crowd, killing 32-year-old Heather Heyer and injuring many more.

    The report says “planning and coordination breakdowns” before Aug. 12 led to “disastrous results.”

    “Because of their misalignment and lack of accessible protective gear, officers failed to intervene in physical altercations that took place in areas adjacent to Emancipation Park,” the report said.

    State police directed their officers “to remain behind barricades rather than risk injury responding to conflicts between protesters and counter-protesters,” it said. And Charlottesville commanders “similarly instructed their officers not to intervene in all but the most serious physical confrontations.”

    State police and Charlottesville police were unable to communicate by radio the day of the rally because they were on different channels, the report said.

    The review also found that an officer was initially supposed to be stationed near the intersection where the car plowed into counterprotesters. But the officer asked for relief out of safety concerns and was not replaced, he said.

    Only a sawhorse was in place when the car drove into the crowd, killing Heyer and injuring at least 19 others. The day’s death toll rose to three when two state troopers sent to monitor the scene and support the governor’s motorcade died in a helicopter crash.

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    Was it purposefully? I think so, i think there are sympathizers. Southern police are always suspect until they are proven.
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  26. The Wrong Guy Member

    Suspect in Charlottesville car attack faces first-degree murder charge | CNN


    Prosecutors say Fields killed Heather Heyer, a 32-year-old Charlottesville paralegal, and injured others who were demonstrating against the "Unite the Right" rally. The event drew white nationalists and other far right organizations who opposed the city's decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from Emancipation Park.


    Fields' attorney, Denise Lunsford, tried to paint her client as a sympathetic character as she cross-examined Young. The detective acknowledged that Fields said, "I'm sorry" several times and asked if people were okay after he was apprehended.

    Fields was shocked, and cried and sobbed, when he later learned of the fatality, Young said.

    Young said Fields told others he went to Charlottesville by himself and wanted to hear a speaker at the rally.

    Exclusive photographs obtained by CNN appear to show Fields marching alongside neo-Nazis and other white supremacists at the rally in Charlottesville.

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    He thought he was doing this?
    giphy.gif and on accident someone died?
  28. My view on White Supremists:

  29. Charlottesville has a new mayor, an independent.
    Charlottesville has a way to go to end this.

    This was a terror attack but Alex Jones calls it a kamakazi attack so it won't be included in his "terrorism" numbers which he wants to include only Muslims.
  31. powerbase Member

    Why I will Never Support Any Movement or Cause Perpetuated or Initiated with Violence!
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