Back to Charlottesville (UTR Anniversary Rally)

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I’ve applied for a new permit at Charlottesville’s Lee Park for August 11th and 12th, 2018 on the one year anniversary of Unite the Right. I fully expect the Charlottesville government to try and reject it and I’m ready for that fight.

Unite the Right 2 PDF

 

First, let me explain why I’m doing this. I simply will not allow these bastards to use the one year anniversary of the Charlottesville government violating a federal judge’s order and the US Constitution, in conjunction with violent Antifa groups, to further demonize activists.

What is going to be different: At Unite the Right I was just coming into my own as an event organizer and had faith in the Charlottesville Police Department to abide by the terms of the security arrangement and keep hostile groups separate. Obviously that is no longer the case. Whereas I once took it in good faith that authorities were keeping the security arrangements secret so that hostile groups like Antifa would not learn of the plans and therefore create a security risk, I now understand that they did that to screw us over. They did it to ENABLE the Antifa to attack us while claiming that WE actually screwed things up by not following the security plan…which oh-by-the-way they refuse to release to the public so people can judge for themselves.

This time I, and my attorneys, WILL DEMAND that they release these security arrangements to the public in advance so that all parties, both demonstrators and counter-demonstrators, know what is expected of them. Police will be here, we walk there, counter-demonstrators are required to be behind barricades and not attacking people on the way into the event, etc. We will also require the police to actually do their fucking jobs by demasking individuals violating the felony no mask law and disarming any individuals with illegal weapons like bricks, knives, flamethrowers and baseball bats. There is no place for thuggery at a free speech rally.

Lawyering up: Charlottesville is currently in the process of suing me for an injunction to keep me from doing further rallies. I’ve already retained attorneys to fight this thing. That’s already a major improvement in the legal representation of pro-white activists thus far. When I did UTR 1.0 I was flying by the seat of my pants from a legal perspective. I had no legal representation and was completely unprepared to fight Charlottesville attorneys until the ACLU stepped in to assist. Of course by now the ACLU has shown themselves to be cowards who would not hold Charlottesville accountable for violating the Federal Court judge’s order.

Now I have a real legal team that is committed to vigorously defending our constitutional rights. When Charlottesville rejects my permit, as I fully expect them to, we will push back. My attorneys will not allow government actors to do any secretive shenanigans to screw us over either. The rally will be orchestrated precisely with clear instructions for where everyone is supposed to go. And this bullshit where they are afraid to remove armed Antifa from the front of the venue will not fly this time around.

Better organization: The first time around I worked my ass off and did everything in my power to make sure everything went off without a hitch. However there were organizational issues I was not aware of.

I relied too much on existing infrastructure. I passed off a lot of the security to others. This conceded a lot of control over the event that I now regret. I had complete faith that they would do what was necessary to make sure EVERYONE was fully orchestrated and aware of risks. I don’t like that I didn’t have a megaphone on August 11th to warn marchers that Antifa were waiting for us at the base of the Thomas Jefferson statue. Another event organizer was given a megaphone and I had little to no control over the crowd.

The morning of August 12th I should have been notified that police didn’t show up to escort our VIPs. That was a huge red flag that I should have been able to use to warn people. I should have also been notified that the other event coordinator had stopped coordinating with some of the other groups days before the event. There was no coordination there and there absolutely should have been.

Lastly on this point, I assumed that because one of the Unite the Right speakers was a millionaire and has successfully challenged several universities in court that he would have connections, legal and otherwise, which we could have relied on. I thought he would be able to stop the city when they attempted to rescind our permit and punish them when they refused to honor the permit, acting instead to escalate tensions in order to shut it down. Obviously, since he didn’t immediately sue these bastards he doesn’t have the resources I thought he did. Well, now I have my own lawyers, they’re paid up, and we’re more than ready for legal warfare.

2. We were too lax about OpSec and how we allowed people associated with the event to behave. There is a rich culture of shocking and edgy humor associated with the movement. As a staunch first amendment advocate I took a very laissez faire approach to what people said on forums associated with UTR because I understood that things were said in jest. It’s a lot of fun to push the boundaries of acceptable discourse. However, outsiders don’t know or understand the culture. It’s scary for some of them and in the hands of Leftists can be deliberately misconstrued as threatening and malicious.

We all have to be much more professional with IRL activism going forward. There is a much different set of goals to accomplish when you’re in public. We have to be much more sincere and less LARPy because we’re not just doing this for shits and giggles. This is about saving our people from cultural and ethnic genocide.

We’re not far off from a virulently anti-white Democrat being elected who will open the borders and accelerate the demise of our people. We have to help awaken the ethnic consciousness of White Middle America so that they can stand up for their own interests before its too late. That is the number one priority. Any LARPing beyond that is unnecessary.

Why this is important: Even given the fact that we’ve had a huge learning experience and there are tangible ways we can prove to people that they are going to have a safe experience, there are still going to be risks. Some will say that we shouldn’t take those risks and remain behind our computers where we can continue to propagate dank memes and advance our arguments online.

We must have a presence in the streets of America. Let’s not kid ourselves about which way things could blow if this country collapses in the near future. The United States is not Poland, where 60,000 nationalists can proudly march in the street. In our country the proud Americans, the forgotten Americans, are intimidated into silence by the moral race panic of the elites. The second they stand up for themselves they’re called racists, misogynists, homophobes and transphobes until a vicious mob goes after their families and livelihoods.

Compare Poland to our country where hundreds of “ungratefuls” pour into the streets, obstruct traffic and riot every time an innocent cop is acquitted for using legitimate force.

Polish Nationalist rally 2017

St Louis unrest September 16th, 2017

Of course, memes and internet culture are fantastically important but we must also achieve the difficult goal of making our communities safe for us to have a voice. Imagine an America where the white citizens, descended from the founding stock of the country, cannot even advocate for their interest in public without fear of violent reprisal. That is the future we are abdicating towards our enemies when we relinquish the streets.

Make no mistake, the Democrats are going to be moving ever closer to the Revolutionary Communist attitudes of their grassroots. We cannot allow them to storm the streets of our country while we hide behind our sock accounts on the internet. We must project strength and be a viable mainstream alternative for the Forgotten American.

Finally, we cannot and should not allow our enemies to turn the anniversary of the day they violated our rights into some kind of propaganda victory where they continue to smear us with a distorted version of August 12th, 2017 and hold our attackers up as martyrs and heroes.

Commitment to Nonviolence: The rhetoric out there has really gotten out of hand on all sides. Clearly there is no love lost between pro-whites and those who want us wiped from the face of the Earth. We should know how to defend ourselves lawfully but we must avoid any violent confrontation at this rally whatsoever.

As it says so eloquently in Ecclesiastes 3:8, “There is a time for war and a time for peace.” We are not in a wartime atmosphere, although it may one day come to that. We are in a time of protest, of demanding civil rights for our people and winning hearts and minds. Our enemies have done such a thorough job indoctrinating the populace that even half of the white population hate themselves, actively work against the interests of their people and believe that the foundation of our nation is illegitimate because we “stole” our lands during the age of exploration and conquest.

We need to prove to them that we are the good guys. In my mind it is best to take every precaution to make ourselves safe in the first place but allow our enemies to strike the first blows if it comes to that. Show the world that we are a virtuous people and movement; that we are willing to take the abuse and still march forward in furtherance of our cause without becoming the aggressors.

…There you have it. We have 9 months to prepare ourselves. I don’t expect the same coalition as in 2017. Undoubtedly there may be hard feelings between different factions or people about woulda, shoulda, coulda but I hold no hard feelings about anyone who will shake my hand in friendship going forward.

We have a duty to our people and our nation to rise above pettiness and become the individuals that history requires us to be. See you in Charlottesville August 11th and 12th, 2018.

Complete Cantwell Preliminary Trial Rundown

2 out of 3 charges against Christopher Cantwell were dropped in preliminary after it was found that witnesses made false testimony.

Instead of charging said witnesses with perjury prosecutor Robert Tracci excused it as “what they believed to be true at the time” and tried to change his entire argument to keep pressing the charges.

Cantwell is still being held until trial on 1 charge of “illegal use of gas”. Judge seemed to buy defense argument that pepper spray was used in self-defense but found that it could not be dismissed in a preliminary motion.

The trial started off with an attorney for Vice News asking to allow cameras into the courtroom. In a singular moment of agreement, both the prosecutor and defense counsel Elmer Woodard agreed that it would create an unsafe and hostile environment for witnesses (Note: this was further corroborated by accounts of over a dozen Antifa pointing out witnesses and saying that they would remember their faces).

The judge denied the motion. Vice anchor Elle Reeve was later asked to leave the courtroom for turning on her phone and using it in the chamber.

Defense attorney Woodard opened up the proceedings like a man on fire. Prosecutor Tracci wanted a brief session in which the judge certified the three felony charges against Cantwell for illegal use of a gas, illegal use of a gas with malice, and unlawful injury by means of a toxic substance.. However based on his theory that the charges were politically motivated and based on false testimony, Woodard dragged it out into a 6 hour trial on whether there was even probable cause to allow charges to go to trial.

The crux of the argument came from a false statement by known Confederate hater Kristopher Goad of Richmond Virginia. In his sworn statement before the magistrate Goad had claimed that Cantwell sprayed him directly in the face. This turned out to be false. In fact, even Goad had admitted to the prosecutor that he only brought charges after being told that Cantwell had sprayed him by Cantwell’s other accuser, Antifa activist Emily Gorcenski. Woodard pointed out that Goad and Gorcenski are political enemies of the accused and had likely colluded to bring false charges against him for that reason.

Goad changed his story to say that he’d been indirectly affected when Cantwell sprayed someone else and he felt “stinging in his eyes” from overspray. Both Goad and Prosecutor Robert Tracci admitted that prior to trial they became aware that the actual sprayer was a “man with a dragon tattoo” who evidently was not a political target for Goad or Gorcenski as they did not pursue charges. Despite this information, not only did Tracci not pursue perjury charges against Goad but tried to adapt his line of prosecution so that he could continue to pursue Cantwell despite knowing that the original warrant was based on false testimony.

A recurring theme of the trial became the political agenda of ostensibly Republican Commonwealth Attorney Robert Tracci. Remember that Cantwell was originally granted bond. Tracci made the highly unusual move of stepping in to shop for a new judge and appeal that bond. At the new hearing, Tracci played clips of Cantwell’s controversial Radical Agenda podcast, convincing the judge that Cantwell’s “hate speech” made him a danger to society. (Note: there is no such thing as “hate speech” laws. So-called “hate speech” is protected speech by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.)

Tracci tried on several occasions to put Cantwell’s politics on trial. Defense attorney Woodard objected on grounds that it had nothing to do with whether Cantwell illegally pepper-sprayed someone. The judge sustained the objection and said he didn’t want to bring politics into it. Immediately after this ruling Robert Tracci continued to try and talk about Cantwell’s political beliefs from different angles and was thoroughly reprimanded by the judge.

At several points, Tracci became visibly upset, embarrassed and red-faced with anger. In one revealing moment he asked a witness about his opinion of the prosecution. “Do you feel that I’m politically motivated? That Mr. Cantwell is a political prisoner?” The judge barred this line of questioning.

The second accuser, Emily Gorcenski, took the stand and didn’t fair much better. Gorcenski also claimed to have been indirectly effected by Cantwell’s use of pepper spray. However the video this individual claimed was the, “best video of what happened” did not show Gorcenski anywhere near Cantwell when he deployed the spray. Gorcenski continued to insist that it did even though Woodard went through the video meticulously frame by frame showing that not to be true.

When confronted with the fact that there were at least four other pepper spray incidents happening around the same time the night of August 11th Gorcenski admitted that it did not know Cantwell was the one who had caused a “sensation” with indirect spray but felt that he was “most likely” the culprit.

The actual person Cantwell sprayed was referred to by the prosecution as “Mister Beanie Man”. He has not come forward. Nevertheless several witnesses testified that Cantwell was justified in using pepper spray on him in self-defense. Beanie Man was allegedly fighting with a man in a white wife beater who knocked him to the ground. Then he hopped to his feet in a fighting stance heading towards Cantwell. It was testified that he had perhaps 4 or 5 angry Antifa joining him in his charge.

Prosecutor Robert Tracci tried to invalidate one witness’ testimony because he didn’t refer to Gorcenski, who is a transexual, by Gorcenski’s preferred gender pronoun. Supposedly calling the witness “he” instead of “she” showed bias that made his testimony inadmissible. The judge didn’t buy this line of argument.

In summation, Woodard offered a passionate argument for the right to self-defense saying, “I’ve never seen a Commonwealth Attorney in my entire career who believed in the right to self-defense.” He also pointed out that accuser Gorcenski had been stalking Cantwell throughout the day of August 11th: following him to a private meet-up at a Wal-Mart parking lot and taking pictures, then following him to the torch march where Gorcenski taunted him, “How did your Wal-Mart meet-up go?”

Woodard said, “She wanted Cantwell to know that she was stalking him!”

Because of both the false statements and the uncertainty caused by so many people using pepper spray at the same time, the most serious charges of malicious use of gas and unlawful bodily injury were dropped due to lack of probable cause to move to trial. Despite the judge acknowledging the right to self-defense he found that the final charge would have to be adjudicated in a trial.

No word yet on a follow-up court date or when Cantwell might be allowed another bond hearing.

No Justice with Jeff Fogel in Charlottesville’s Kangaroo Court

Jeff Fogel is a Black Lives Matter attorney who assaulted my friend on video and then confessed to it on camera in front of a police officer while he was running for Commonwealth’s Attorney. The Kangaroo Court system in Charlottesville found a way to get him off with a not guilty verdict.

The situation involved a night where my friends and I were minding our own business eating dinner at Miller’s on the Charlottesville Downtown Mall. Fogel and a woman named Nancy Carpenter showed up and were eyeballing us. Shortly thereafter a mob of of protesters from a group called SURJ showed up and screamed at us for a good 15-20 minutes calling us “Nazis” and telling us we had to leave. Yes, us the paying customers.

My friends and I got up to confront Fogel, who was one of the ringleaders. This is when we caught him on video pushing my friend.

As if that wasn’t enough Fogel stalked his victim to the police department when he went to file the police report and CONFESSED ON VIDEO TO A POLICE OFFICER!

Fogel changed his story several times about his reason for being at the restaurant.

At first he claims in The Daily Progress that he was just there “enjoying a delicious hamburger”.
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Then when he was talking with a worshipful reporter at The Intercept he acknowledges that he came along with SURJ to confront me and my friends.

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He even had the nerve to tell Intercept that my friend had assaulted him by “slapping his hand away”.
This seems like an open and shut no way to lose case, right? WRONG! Here is how Charlottesville screwed the victim over.
Even though we asked for a special prosecutor because we don’t trust the impartiality of the Charlottesville Commonwealth’s Attorney (Virginia’s version of a District Attorney) they brought in Irvine Reaves, a Henrico prosecutor who sympathizes with Fogel’s Black Lives Matter style politics.

Reaves had all the evidence but didn’t bother to subpoena cop who witnessed the confession. Then he made a last minute decision to give the case (like over the weekend) to another prosecutor with no knowledge of the case. Must not have told the other prosecutor about the confession video.

The judge ruled that that Fogel was “not guilty” and bought the claim that he was hold out his hand to block his victim from advancing on him.

After the proceedings were over Irvine Reaves smiled and shook Fogel’s hand. Completely bankrupt miscarriage of justice and possible malpractice.

Every one of the legal professionals involved in this thing should be ashamed of themselves.

Taking A Knee for Anti-White Terrorism #Antioch

#TakingAKnee for terrorism

The public must demand a proportional response to the violence perpetrated against white parishioners by a black power radical named Emanuel K Samson.

In case you haven’t heard the news (and why would you with the relative silence from the national media), a black Sudanese immigrant opened fire around 11:15am Sunday morning in Burnette Chapel Church of Christ in Antioch, Tn. Facebook photos show that BCCC is a majority white, mixed race congregation. So far all of the reported victims are white. (http://archive.is/6ygvI)

Representatives in Congress and the Senate, who were so quick to implement liberal policies after Dylann Roof and the car accident in Charlottesville, have remained deafeningly silent on this racially motivated attack.

With the Roof incident politicians took down the Confederate flag at the South Carolina Statehouse and Confederate monuments around the country. After Charlottesville (in which a car was attacked by rioters and sped into the crowd) legislation was passed with demands for funding to stop “white domestic terror”.

Why does one create political action and the other silence?

The gunman had posted a number of anti-white and black power affiliated political postings on his Facebook page. He references the controversy over alleged police racism numerous times and his profile header shows him “taking a knee” like in the recent NFL protests against Donald Trump and in support of Black Lives Matter.

On July 8th, 2016 Samson shared an RT story praising the New Black Panther Party for arming themselves with high caliber weapons in Austin, Texas. The RT post asks, “Why isn’t the media speaking on this? Afraid of it being contagious?” and then accentuates it “#Truth”.

The Incident

Witness Joe Love described the scene when Samson arrived and killed the first victim, “He shot the first lady in the back in the parking lot by that green Explorer, then he turned around, rolled her over, and shot her in the face.”

That lady was Melanie Smith Crow, 39, of Smyrna, TN.

Will her family raise a quarter of a million dollars cash the way that Heather Heyer’s family did? Will Crow’s mother become an international celebrity and go on the MTV Music Video Awards show like Heyer’s mother Susan Bro? Will celebrity musicians do a vainglorious Concert for Antioch the way that they did the Concert for Charlottesville?

Dave Matthews and Stevie Wonder Take a Knee at “Concert for Charlottesville”

Somehow I doubt it and that pisses me off.

Before his rampage was ended the gunman went on to shoot seven others including Burnette Chapel Minister Joey Spann and his wife Peggy, Linda Bush, William and Marlene Jenkins, and Katherine Dickerson.

The gunman shot himself in the leg during a struggle with a church usher Richard Caleb Engle (pictured below) in which he was ultimately subdued.

 

Richard Caleb Engle

 

DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT

Reasonably, there are questions about Samson’s legal status. Police say he’s a legal resident but not a citizen. Why are people like Samson allowed into the country? What benefit do we gain from having them here? That’s a question a lot of people should be asking right now and asking their elected representatives.

Call your representatives now and demand that they treat anti-white crimes with the same gravity as other racially motivated crimes. While you’re at it tell them to support the RAISE ACT which decreases BOTH legal and illegal immigration into the country. Tell them you support Trump’s border wall for all the other victims of lax immigration enforcement and Trump’s travel ban on dangerous countries in Africa and the Middle East.

The US Capitol switchboard number is (202) 224-3121. Press 1 to reach your Senators and 2 for your Congressman.

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.

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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.

 

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