August 12, 2017

RAW: Driver Mows Down Antifa, BLM at Unite The Right Charlottesville

Faith GoldyArchive

Hundreds from the Alt-Right gathered in Charlottesville, Virginia to rally in Lee Park. However, their demonstration was quickly greeted by violent Antifa and BLM protestors only to be shut down by police in full riot gear as the town declared a state of emergency.

Hours after the event was scheduled to take place, counter protestors took to the street.

And, when bottlenecked on one downtown road, the scene became horrific as a silver Dodge Charger mowed through the crowd leaving several bloodied and injured.

I was only metres away from the horrific scene and caught it all on tape.

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commented 2017-08-12 17:47:12 -0400
John Siciliano..Last sentence about an hour ago “This man is obliviously unfit to be president since he hates the idea of uniting society”. Obama had 8 years to do it…guess what he got ?…an “F” as in failure. I guess you are going to give trudeau an A+++ for his letting in illegal whatever you want to call them..but ILLEGAL is the key word! Looks like you are one of those grandiosity in bipolar mental illness liberal wing nuts..
commented 2017-08-12 17:46:09 -0400
Peter Netterville. John’s a bigot. He’s demonstrating that when he knows one thing about someone he’ll then guess the rest, and then get angry about what his guess says they’ll do. That’s the essence of bigotry, reduction of people to a single characteristic and then saying that everything else that they are or do can be determined from that single item. Kinda like saying Thomas Sowell is a race traitor or Uncle Tom because all black people are supposed to have a single view. But I digress…

In the face of groups like Antifa and BLM, respecting law and order becomes “militia tactics” because the violence of those groups will only be overcome with more violence. It’s unbelievable to those on the left that violent tactics, once started, can ever be peacefully concluded. I think that this view is based upon the view that history has a force or a progression, and that the clock can’t be turned back.
Therefore, the meeting of force on the part of the “counter-protesters” can only escalate until it leads to a new civil war. The idea that there are cycles in society or that we should learn from history is a conservative/“white man” way of looking at things. To me it’s a logical way of looking at things, but when the left wants something to be ignored or derided they immediately attach a racist overtone to it so it can be dismissed. I don’t know at what point John leaves this crazy train, but I assume he has a stop in there somewhere.

The idea of some of us on the right that one must use the appropriate measure of force to solve the problem (in both wars and domestic uprising) and then revert to your previous watchful setting is foreign to those who would think this way. That’s why Antifa must be stomped, and why peaceful protests must be allowed to continue.
commented 2017-08-12 17:38:05 -0400
I don’t support Richard Spencer’s white supremacist ideology but I support his group’s push back against attempts to eliminate their Southern heritage. Apparently, Charlottesville has a large contingent of leftists at the university who advocated renaming the park where the rally was held today and removing statues of Robert E Lee and Stonewall Jackson, in order to eliminate any traces of history that involve racism or slavery. We see this in Canada, with the name change of the Langevin Block and attempts to denigrate our historical figures, like Cornwallis and John A Macdonald who acted in their time in history, as one would expect them to. Still they’re assessed by today’s standards and values and reviled. Remove our heritage and culture and what do you get? The post national state that Mr Trudeau prizes so much.
commented 2017-08-12 17:35:00 -0400
C.N.. as usual is trying to make this political.
commented 2017-08-12 17:18:48 -0400
John Siciliano said, "Sounds like the far-right in the US and in Canada on Rebel seem to support militia tactics, revolutionary nationalism, and basically chaos … "

How do you figure that? Can you reference any videos or article on The Rebel that support this accusation, John?
commented 2017-08-12 16:53:21 -0400
Sounds like a legal and peaceful protest was turned into a mess by aggressive Fascist antifa counter protesters. And of course, some one got heated and forgot which petal was the break.

Antifa has a long history of using violence against any Conservative group during their usually illegal protests. They even train themselves to fight with knives on top on their polls. Many consider them to be a pseudo terrorist group as a result of their terrorist style tactics.

So with Antifa’s aggressive agitation of a legal protest, some one got fed up and did the wrong thing. But lets be honest. If we measure tit for tat, Antifa’s acts of violence are can fill a page, where as rebuttal acts of violence don’t. Disclaimer: I don’t support alt right. I think that they are just old style democrats who think that they are Conservative. I see them as old left fighting against new left.
commented 2017-08-12 16:36:48 -0400
Very much like alt lefty media to deliberately conflate white nationalists with conservatives to serve their own despicable political purposes not caring about who gets smeared or injured in the growing culture of hate they are constantly stoking with race and gender while conveniently ignoring the real dangers of Antifa and other left leaning hate groups https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tgZm8nvBotM
commented 2017-08-12 16:26:26 -0400
Sounds like the far-right in the US and in Canada on Rebel seem to support militia tactics, revolutionary nationalism, and basically chaos, when I personally feel that the only way to fix Canada and the US is not with anti-immigration and racism, but with ending the wars, focusing on domestic policies like full employment, a value-based currency and using protectionism.

Trump is no Andrew Jackson and will not support a Greenback, bimetalism or any kind of state bank. Trump seems to support usury, free markets by having massive inequality, neoliberalism, and more racing to the bottom, which the US doesn’t need now.

Trump also by his flimsy words appears to be for white nationalism, and the West became strong in the post-war period by coming together.

This man is obviously unfit to be president since he hates the idea of uniting society.
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