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    Meet The Neo-Nazis Who Organized the Klan-like Charlottesville, VA Rally



    Meet The Neo-Nazis Who Organized the Klan-like Charlottesville, VA Rally

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    On Saturday, May 13th, a coalition of neo-Nazi groups organized a daytime march in Charlottesville, VA, which essentially was a protest of a local cultural festival, and were quickly rebuffed by community members. Then later in the evening, in a move that for many brought back memories of the Ku Klux Klan, the same group organized a torch-lit rally. The neo-Nazis gathered in support of a statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee that is slated to be removed by the city. During the day, dozens of Alt-Right members marched and scuffles broke out with counter-demonstrators, although no arrests were made. Later that evening, over 100 fascists held Tiki torches and took photos of themselves before their gathering was broken up by police as counter-demonstrators arrived after about 10 minutes. The rallies were not announced ahead of time and were organized through internal white nationalist, neo-Nazi, and Alt-Right networks, ostensibly in order to avoid confrontations with counter-demonstrators. The neo-Nazi demonstrations did not pull from local people, but instead from white supremacists across the US being brought in, all for the purpose of creating a media spectacle.


    Three of the leading neo-Nazis who helped organize and attended the Charlottesville, VA rally. On the left, Mike Peinovich and Matthew Heimbach
    give the “OK” hand sign, popular among the Alt-Right.

    The next night, a much larger group, over 250 people of all colors, mobilized in front of the statue with candles for a demonstration against white supremacy and fascism. Several Alt-Right trolls arrived on the scene to livestream and police reportedly made three arrests.

    The actions by the neo-Nazis have led many politicians, media pundits, and personalities on social media to both condemn the events and mock everything from the Alt-Right’s Tiki torches to Richard Spencer’s “snug”-fitting coat. At the same time, hardly anyone in the media has offered much analysis and information on these groups, who they are, and why they need to be confronted. For the media, the Alt-Right isn’t a danger–like Trump–it’s a godsend since it gets clicks and viewers, which in turn sells advertising. If the centrist and liberal media is good at one thing, it’s giving a massive platform to the Alt-Right, which has helped mainstream its white supremacist and fascist ideas while supposedly mocking it. “Thank god for fascism,” liberals mutter, “It’s the only thing that makes us appear relevant.”

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    The neo-Nazi rally that happened in support of Confederate statues in the South should be seen as the threat and danger that it is. Far right and white nationalist groups across the US are putting differences aside and coming together. The rallies on Saturday were organized by a coalition of neo-Nazi groups from across the United States, the leadership of which lives largely outside of Virginia. If people are not ready to confront, out-organize, and push back against this threat, then those groups will only grow in size and continue attacking anyone who gets in their way or who is seen as an enemy to “the white race” and should not be allowed to live within the borders of their sought-after “ethno-state.”
    But who are these people? Follow us as we map out their groups, their leaders, and their connections.

    Richard Spencer, Rich Boy Fascist Who Gets Wealth from Parents and Cotton Farm

    Richard Spencer is known for coining the term “Alt-Right” almost 10 years ago and, since then, he has become arguably the most famous neo-Nazi and white nationalist in the United States. Spencer is also the leader of the rally on Saturday, as his celebrity and media spotlight have thrust him into a leadership position among Alt-Right, neo-Nazi, and white nationalist groups.

    Born in Boston to an eye doctor and a real estate businesswoman, Spencer attended both private schools and prestigious universities. After college, Spencer drifted farther to the Right, through racist ideologies such as paleoconservatism, until finally creating a new form of white nationalist ideology, the “Alternative Right.”


    Neo-Nazi salutes go up in Washington, DC during a conference Spencer organized.
    Spencer was thrust into the national spotlight when, in late 2016 after Trump had received an electoral victory, he organized a conference in Washington, DC and after his speech yelled, “Hail Trump! Hail our people! Hail victory!” Immediately the crowd wearing red Trump hats began to give neo-Nazi salutes. Many of the people in the audience were the same people who attended the rally that took place on Saturday.

    Richard Spencer runs the National Policy Institute (NPI), which puts on conferences where a range of speakers from pseudo-academics to social media personalities discuss faux-scientific theories of how black people are genetically inferior to whites and how there are Jewish conspiracies to carry out “White genocide.” Beyond NPI, Spencer also runs a distribution company for a variety of white nationalist and Alt-Right books and publications, as well as the website AltRight.com. This website features the writings of various white nationalist authors including Brittany Pettibone, who (according to some reports) is the girlfriend of Kyle Chapman, aka, “Based Stickman” of Daly City, California (and who is currently married). Other writers for the site include Nathan Damigo, who we will discuss later.

    Richard Spencer also has a lot of time to spend organizing neo-Nazi rallies–he doesn’t work; rather, he gets money from his parents and from government subsidies due to his family cotton farm. According to NY Mag:

    He is also, according to a new report from Reveal, one of the absentee landlords on his family’s 5,200-acre cotton and corn farm in a poor, rural area of Louisiana. That farm is also heavily supported by the United States government; between 2008 and 2015, the operation received $2 million in federal farm subsidies....



    https://itsgoingdown.org/meet-the-neo-nazis-responsible-for-holding-klan-like-rally-in-charlottesville-viginia/





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    Why didn't Obama stop him from receiving 2 million dollars?

    Did Obama even speak out about it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spookycolt View Post
    Why didn't Obama stop him from receiving 2 million dollars?
    You mean Congress, right?

    Did Obama even speak out about it?
    Are you a fan of Richard Spencer and his organization?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BitterPill View Post
    You mean Congress, right?



    Are you a fan of Richard Spencer and his organization?
    Nope, but why didn't Obama speak out to get congress to take action?

    Why did he remain silent?

    Is he secretly supporting this action?

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