James Fields Was Chased With a Semi-Automatic Rifle Before Crash

Dwayne Dixon carrying his AR-15 about a block from the scene of the James Fields incident

New evidence has come to light exposing the life threatening danger James Fields was in before he drove through a crowd of armed protesters after Unite the Right.

As many of you are aware there is already evidence that Fields’ Dodge Challenger was struck by a heavy stick before he accelerated into the crowd.

Fields’ Dodge Challenger being attacked by an unknown assailant Charlottesville Police refuse to identify

What has not been revealed until recently is that members of the Antifa group Redneck Revolt were chasing him up 4th St with semiautomatic weapons, prior to the crash.

This new information came to light after weapons and ammunition supplier Spike’s Tactical created a viral ad capitalizing on recent demonstrations in Charlottesville, Berkeley, Boston and Portland.

Dwayne Dixon, a member of the revolutionary Communist group Redneck Revolt, used this opportunity to taunt both Spike’s Tactical and James Fields in a now-deleted comment.

“I take a perverse pleasure in having carried this Spike’s lower in defense of Justice Park on August 12th. I used this rifle to chase off James Fields from our block of 4th St before he attacked the marchers to the south.”

As you can see on this map below, it’s only one block down a one way street to get from the “Justice Park” area, where Dixon claims to have chased Fields, to the Market St intersection where the crash occurred.

In Virginia, a person can use deadly force to defend his or her person from a “reasonable fear of death or great bodily harm.” Wouldn’t being chased with a semi-automatic rifle or surrounded by a crowd of rioters with baseball bats cause “fear of death or bodily harm”? What if the armed rioters hit the back of your vehicle with one of these weapons, creating a loud bang like a gunshot?

Clearly there were many masked, armed individuals who had been allowed to march and surround vehicles during a State of Emergency. It’s okay though because they’re Leftists and in Charlottesville cops let them get away with anything they please. Laws are only for maliciously prosecuting “Nazis” to cover up your own negligence.

Did I mention that a recent Independent Investigation found that a Charlottesville police officer who was supposed to have been blockading traffic on the street abandoned her post? No wonder CPD doesn’t want to do a thorough investigation. They’ve come to a conclusion which they can’t allow to be proven false, or else the blame falls squarely on their shoulders.

For more info on Dwayne Dixon and his Redneck Revolt check out this video by ABC News in which his crew admit to using violence to suppress free speech rights (kind of a theme at Unite the Right).

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The Alt Right Should Be A White Civil Rights Movement

Resistance is Futile Goy

The Left has done an excellent job appropriating white European culture to subvert the core identity of our nations. Hollywood is now casting black actors to portray famous European characters like Sherlock Holmes and Achilles as if to say, “One day it will be as if there never were any white countries. People will think this is the way its always been.” I think our response should be to do some “cultural appropriation” of our own by adopting their civil rights memes to advance the interests of white people.

While identitarians have already made paeans to Leftist protest tactics outlined in Saul Alinsky’s ‘Rules for Radicals’ we’ve yet to successfully model ourselves after the greatest embodiment of those tactics, the so-called Civil Rights Movement. Within constitutional democratic systems the nonviolent civil rights strategy has unquestionably been a resoundingly successful tactic for creating radical societal change in Western countries.

There’s no doubt in my mind that a primary hurdle to successfully adopting these tactics is the desire among many in the movement for a fascistic style of government. Many believe society has become so sick and degenerate that a heavy hand is needed to set its course straight again. I’m personally more of a Classical Liberal but I don’t want to debate that point. I’d rather focus on the fact that we’re not going to get anywhere trying to use brute force as dissidents in a Constitutional Democracy. Because we live in a nation of laws the best way to advance our agenda is by learning to follow those laws and game the system. That is essentially what a civil rights movement does.

We need to fulfill the true promise of the Alt-Right by creating a movement capable of broad social upheaval akin to what the Left accomplished in the 1960’s but in reverse. This means we should be creating a new counter-culture including not just memes and rhetoric but social activism and creative arts like music and film to reflect a pro-white message. Note that these messages don’t have to be so heavy-handed in art. The most refined Hollywood propaganda often pushes its worldview upon the viewer through subtle means like casting decisions and subtext.

Obviously the goals of the pro-white civil rights movement will be different: affirming the rights of white nations to exist like other nations, rejecting the messages of anti-white propaganda and fighting for our first amendment rights (not only in traditional public venues but in the spirit it was intended across privately owned platforms on the internet).

Compare the similarity of these two images (there is no doubt the power is now in the hands of an anti-white establishment):

Me being arrested on May 14th, 2017 for using a bullhorn when several anti-white activists favored by the city government were allowed to use bullhorns.

Rosa Parks being arrested in December 1955.

Some may say that the civil rights model doesn’t go far enough. I don’t claim that it does. However it does create an organizational framework by which white advocacy can institutionalize itself without being branded a criminal organization which exists for street fighting with Antifa. There are those who feel that making any move which does not lead to total victory over our enemy is not worth taking. I disagree. There are many intermediary steps required along the path to total victory. By accomplishing one goal you set yourself up for the next, larger goal.

For instance, by leading a peaceful & successful rally at Unite the Right 2 on August 11-12th, 2018 we reaffirm our 1st amendment right to assemble and advocate for the interests of our people, even in one of the most hostile anti-white enclaves in America. By demonstrating that we are a legitimate advocacy movement we can move on to organizing on college campuses and perhaps a Congressional White Caucus. Whenever our enemies try to deny us our rights to speak and assemble as whites, the way that other groups are allowed, we will fight them in court and set new precedents in support of our people.

We really have a strong position if we dedicate ourselves to nonviolent white advocacy. Our enemies in Antifa groups have vowed to use violence to shut down our first amendment protected activities. No matter how much the media cheers them on for this behavior the law is the law. While employing the civil rights strategy the last thing we want to do is give away that strategic legal advantage by using violence against them. We should exercise restraint which will allow us to punish our enemies in the press and in the courtroom for months after the event itself has ended.

Finally we should endeavor to create more cultural events where people can hang out and socialize free from interference by Antifa. The primary perception of our movement should not be that we exist to be in opposition to anti-whites but that we have an independent value of existing to support one another as a people. For instance, I’m a big proponent of us having a pro-white Woodstock type festival with music, comedy and other cultural elements. It should be an opportunity for people to relax and have a good time; something that a college student might go to and invite their friends so that they can learn more about us in person rather than through MSM propaganda.

Compare the iconography of these images which send a subtextual message about what it means to be an American:

Leftist media liked to juxtapose MLK with US flags to symbolize that the civil rights movement was redefining what it meant to be an American. Nonwhites were “more American” than the white people who founded the country.

Today we have our own heroes ready to take the mantle of our people like Nationalist activist & politican Augustus Sol Invictus

I’m not saying that the white civil rights strategy is the only one we as a movement should adhere to. But when you’re at an event that is modeled as such we should adhere to that formula and not mix strategies too much. For instance, people should have a right to arm and defend themselves against tyranny.  Yet when you’re at a civil rights styled event the primary purpose should not be showing off your militaristic defense capabilities. The objective should be fostering public sympathy rather than striking fear in the hearts of our enemies. Besides, they’ll fear us no matter what we do.

Consider this as we prepare ourselves over the next 7 months for the Unite the Right Anniversary rally. With the upcoming legal battles against the city of Charlottesville and against college campuses across the nation we have a golden opportunity to advance our agenda through peaceful activism, cultural creativity and litigious warfare. When you expand the definition of white civil rights to include a right to exist and the dismantlement of the white genocide agenda we have a broad enough focus that we can accomplish real, demonstrable gains for our people.

I’d like to think this is the beginning of a conversation about opening these tactics up to our people and memeing ourselves as the new civil rights movement. In future posts I hope to elucidate the urgent need to have capable movement photographers to capture our iconic images, specific protest tactics (other than Unite the Right 2) and to explain why we should consider a robust commitment towards complete nonviolence as a protest tactic.

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Recorded Phone Calls and FOIA Documents Show UVA Police Ignored Alt-Right Call for Assistance

Jason Kessler

(Authors Note: I was one of the lead organizers for the rally and some of my reporting is a first-hand account. DO NOT under any circumstances interact with any Antifa implicated in this article. Leave that for the lawyers.)

FOIA documents obtained by Shadowproof show that UVA police were using hearsay from the anarcho-communist website It’s Going Down to inform their negligent response to the Alt-Right’s torchlit march on August 11th. They ignored repeated requests for assistance from both Unite the Right marchers as well as UVA students and staff.

The Unite the Right organizers had discussed the possibility of doing a civil rights march from so-called “Nameless Field” to a Thomas Jefferson statue in front of the UVA Rotunda for some time. However we were uncertain until the night of August 11th whether to actually go through with it due to a pending court case surrounding the next day’s rally and leaked planning details by Left-wing agitators.

As early as 3:23pm on August 11th, emails show UVA Chief of Staff Anda Webb alerting police about the march (and parroting a fake Left-wing talking point about there being a march on St. Paul’s Church).

By 7:52pm, the night of the march, UVA Chief of Police Mark Gibson was emailing an It’s Going Down article about the march to Charlottesville Chief of Police Al Thomas. It’s Going Down is an extremist site which has helped organize violence against right-wing activists and police officers around the country. They were running logistics for the J20 riots at Donald Trump’s inauguration, for instance.

The article was based on incomplete or inaccurate information obtained through one of the planning servers for the event.

Around 7pm a couple dozen Unite the Right organizers were meeting at McIntire Park to discuss security arrangements for the next day’s rally. People were skeptical about moving forward with the march considering that we had so much on our plate for the Saturday rally and the fact that we expected an ambush from Antifa, due to the leaking of plans.

Ultimately consensus was reached to go forward with the march. At the insistence of UTR speaker Chris Cantwell we decided to involve police to ensure that peace was kept between demonstrators and the Antifa who felt entitled to “confront” us.

At this point I called both of my PD liaisons: Charlottesville Captains Wendy Lewis and Victor Mitchell. Lewis was contacted at 7:16pm and Mitchell was called at 7:29pm. Charlottesville PD refused to offer assistance because it was “not their jurisdiction”. While technically true, every branch of law enforcement was supposed to be working in coordination with each other during the UTR weekend from city, county, state and federal agencies and there should have been a capability, indeed a responsibility, to coordinate a cohesive response.

I directly requested assistance from UVA police and received a phone call from a Lt. Tabler at 7:46pm. I informed her of the march and that we required police presence to ensure the safety of both demonstrators and counter-demonstrators. She confirmed that UVA police would cooperate to ensure the safety of all involved. I handed off the phone to my co-organizer Elliott Kline (now head of activist organization Identity Europa) who had been placed in charge of security arrangements.

Elliot spoke with Lt. Tabler for about 3 minutes and then told me that UVA had agreed to remove and separate protesters from the base of the Thomas Jefferson statue we were marching to. All of the August 11th marchers, including Chris Cantwell, engaged in the march under the assumption that, as Elliott Kline had indicated, UVA police were going to be onsite to de-escalate any potential conflicts so that they would not turn violent.

Via phone Saturday morning, Lt. Tabler contradicted some of Kline’s version of events. “He didn’t let me know at that time that there were definitely going to be protesters there.” She claims to have told him, “We will monitor the situation, which is what occurred, however we could not remove anyone from that area because (of First Amendment issues).”

I agreed with Lt. Tabler that First Amendment issues could come into play for both sides but that that was not a satisfactory response for why police were not onsite to de-escalate and ensure safety. They had received multiple requests for assistance and been given a time both sides would likely interact at the Rotunda.


The idea that police didn’t know that Antifa would be there to confront the Alt-Right marchers is laughable. The IGD article being shared by the UVA and Charlottesville police chiefs included a call to action for far Left activists to confront and disrupt the march. The article stated, “It’s beyond obvious that this is not about free speech but terrorism. Charlottesville’s Black and brown folks must be protected at all costs, but the police don’t seem to care. Will UVA and its community take action to stand against white supremacist terrorism on campus? Will Charlottesville allow a torchlit rally to go down in city limits again?”

UVA Student Councilor Alex Cintron also alerted Police Chief Gibson requesting safety information about the planned march. Instead of asking protestors not to “confront” the marchers or ensuring that police would arrive to keep the peace he replied that they would simply be “monitoring the situation” (aka standing down).

UVA President Teresa Sullivan has already been caught lying about the response to the march. When a student asked her why there wasn’t a more sufficient response she claimed, “We didn’t know they were coming.” Two days later Sullivan contradicted her earlier statement and admitted that law enforcement was aware of the march Friday afternoon. Her new excuse for the lack of administrative intervention became, “There was a compelling interest in not attracting more protesters and heightened violence.”

Contrary to the mainstream media narrative about the event the Alt-Right marchers had no interest in confronting anyone. We had a legal right to demonstrate on public university property and simply wanted to gather at the statue in support of our heritage. It was the decision of the Left-wing Antifa to gather at the statue prior to our march and initiate a confrontation.