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Lawsuits Against Activists in the Wake of Charlottesville

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14 Comments

  • 38 mins in.
    Nathan what you described is literally the Jewish psychosis in action. “Accuse your enemy of that which you are guilty”.
    Antifa came in explicitly to initiate violence with intent to murder across countless channels, and suppress civil rights. That is exactly why they accuse you of it.

  • I’m unable to tell if Richard Spencer is being disingenuous or is actually just borderline stupid; but he seems to have a highly naïve and idealized viewpoint; that there are a lot of powerful forces aligned against himself by the politicians and police force of Charlottesville, Virginia.
    I have to concur with their host Henrik Palmgren at the 40:50 mark in the video states that the entire group is going to walk into what amounts to a “kangaroo court”, you can have all the legal help you want, and actually be in the right (as these guys really are) and still have a state representative or governor of Virginia, drop a casual word in the right ear and still end up losing your legal case.
    Justices isn’t blind, and in fact is often sees FAR TOO CLEARLY, so be careful guys, they’re out to get you and you should be aware of that.

  • The reply feature does not work on my browser. This is a response to Gothic.

    You are acting ridiculous, Gothic Joe

    In response to your news about the election: it’s not about winners and losers. It’s about the democratic process. if the Republican candidate had won by a narrow margin, he would have had to consider those who voted against him when he made decisions as governor. And the same is true now that the Democrat candidate won: he will have to consider that a large part of the electorate supported a candidate who has a different approach to social issues such as immigration.

    Moreover, we are not seeking “safe spaces”. We are seeking people with a multitude of viewpoints who enter the forum with intelligent points that are ON TOPIC and not merely for their thrill of “Wow, I snuck anonymously into a comments section and bugged a few people. Let me give myself a hug!”

    The topic at hand is the lawsuits, a form of “lawfare” that can have a chilling effect on free speech. What I took away from this video teleconference is that the lawsuits are going to make the Alt Right a better funded, well prepared, and professional movement.

    Far from pulling time and resources from other activities, the lawsuits allow the Alt Right to bring together leaders of he movement to focus on the necessity of forming units that raise money to defend the rights of those on the Alt Right. Mr. Spencer has a different approach from Mr. Cantwell. But they are solidly on the same page when it comes to recognizing that the criminal justice system has effectively been manipulated into imprisoning political prisoners.

    Your comments are welcome. Just ask yourself what your high school Englsh teacher would have graded them before posting.

  • The reply feature does not work on my browser. This is a response to Gothic.

    You are acting ridiculous, Gothic Joe

    In response to your news about the election: it’s not about winners and losers. It’s about the democratic process. if the Republican candidate had won by a narrow margin, he would have had to consider those who voted against him when he made decisions as governor. And the same is true now that the Democrat candidate won: he will have to consider that a large part of the electorate supported a candidate who has a different approach to social issues such as immigration.

    Moreover, we are not seeking “safe spaces”. We are seeking people with a multitude of viewpoints who enter the forum with intelligent points that are ON TOPIC and not merely for their thrill of “Wow, I snuck anonymously into a comments section and bugged a few people. Let me give myself a hug!”

    The topic at hand is the lawsuits, a form of “lawfare” that can have a chilling effect on free speech. What I took away from this video teleconference is that the lawsuits are going to make the Alt Right a better funded, well prepared, and professional movement.

    Far from pulling time and resources from other activities, the lawsuits allow the Alt Right to bring together leaders of he movement to focus on the necessity of forming units that raise money to defend the rights of those on the Alt Right. Mr. Spencer has a different approach from Mr. Cantwell. But they are solidly on the same page when it comes to recognizing that the criminal justice system has effectively been manipulated into imprisoning political prisoners.

    Your comments are welcome. Just ask yourself what your high school Englsh teacher would have graded them before posting.

  • BanditPlunderer: You want a safe space where everyone is Alt-Right. At the same time, you probably mock college liberals who want safe spaces – and you probably think it’s hilarious when Atomwaffen sneaks Nazi fliers into their bubbles. If they can’t have a safe space, then neither should you! 😉

  • Paradoxically, is the academia more egalitarian(ideologically at any rate) precisely because it is more elitist?

    In real life, it’s easy to spot racial, ethnic, and cultural differences. It’s plain to see that different groups behave, talk, and act differently not only in what they do but how they do it.

    So, why is the academia so blind to this?
    It could be because, traditionally at any rate, the elitism of academia in admission and conduct had a filtering and fostering effect. So, it drew in the smartest members from various groups. The smartest individuals of any group tend to be unrepresentative of the whole. Smart Irish don’t act like most Irish. Smart Poles don’t act like average Poles. Smartest blacks don’t act like most blacks.
    Also, because academic culture is cerebral, it requires teachers and students(esp graduate ones) to conform to standards of behavior most conducive to vigorous pursuit of knowledge.
    So, in aptitude and attitude, the result is an agreed-upon consensus of conduct and manners among academics regardless of race or ethnicity. Whether Irish, German, Chinese, black, Muslim, Anglo, Mexican, and etc, most academics have to be well-mannered and well-spoken. They can’t act like rednecks, Jihadis, or rappers. And such a social climate could foster a sense among academics that all people are the same under the skin, i.e. given the right opportunity, any person of any group could be a rational learned person like academics.

    However, the fact is the academic setting is highly artificial and sheltered from the real world. It’s like comparing a zoo or garden with nature and wilderness. Academia takes exceptional and unrepresentative people — the smarter and/or more intellectually curious ones — from all walks of life and fosters them to adhere to standards of conduct that suppress natural urges.

    But, as colleges become more ‘inclusive’ and diverse — esp with declining standards — , more of raw reality will spill into the academic setting. Students and even faculty — and hack administrators — will more closely reflect the crudities of the communities from which they’ve sprung.

    Paradoxically, the egalitarian ethos that led to more ‘inclusion’ and diversity on the campus will make it more self-evident that races and groups are indeed naturally different. The fiasco at Mizzou was a clear example of this. And the screaming blacks at Duke who took over the library.

  • Why is the Liberal Gothic Joe on evety Alt-Right dot com article being a typical shitLib critic? He is obviously not ignorant to the concerns of WHITE ppl or our current plight, therefor he is a proponent of European destruction no doubt.

    A pest in our forums. Wishing he’d find a bridge and kindly leave us.

  • Charlottesville is Selma of the Alt Right. Alt Right came in peace to give speeches but they were denied rights and then set upon by mayor, police, and antifa thugs.

    The more the Establishment try to vilify the Alt Right, the more the Alt Right should expose the truth and come to own Charlottesville as a great Moral Victory for the right.

  • I hope these frivolous law suits are defeated and Spencer & crew repays this this with a Charlottesville 4.0 after they get done with those. There’s no doubt that these lawsuits have that cuck mayor behind it!

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