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Domestic Terrorism Rages in Charlottesville and We All Know Who to Blame

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by G. Brown

On Saturday, I woke up and checked the news feed…then I immediately checked the calendar because obviously the world had been thrown into a time warp back to the 60’s or 1865.  White people marching with torches randomly hurling racial epithets like an old Nazi line of “Blood and soil”.  KKK hooded up, neo-Nazi’s in their cosplay uniforms all while displaying confederate flags.  All this hate had through centuries of blood shed and violence finally been beaten back into the shadows, but this past weekend, they walked confidently, defiantly in the light of day on a mission to exert their White priviledge.

The protest started under the guise of protecting history—a statue of Robert E. Lee that’s going to be removed from the University of Virginia campus.  But what they were really trying to protect was the period in history when Whites ruled.  The mission, protect the statue of a dead man who represents what we hold sacred (White privilege)  by maiming, injuring and killing as many people as we can.  With this as their goal, it’s amazing only one opposition protester was killed when a White supremacist rammed his car into the crowd.


As Charlottesville exploded into the world’s view as the hotbed of hate, the man who clandestinely ignited it all tweeted a pathetic message of non-sense-“We’re closely following the terrible events unfolding in Charlottesville, Virginia. We condemn in the strongest possible terms this egregious display of hatred, bigotry and violence on many sides, on many sides.” The tweet continued saying  basically that racism has been “going on for a long time in our country. Not Donald Trump, not Barack Obama. A long, long time.”  So Obama is to blame for racism?  And that “many sides, on many sides” is to blame for this hatred bit.  WHAT MANY SIDES—White nationalists are raising all kinds of hell and they’re the ones to blame.  So was the woman killed by a car driven by a White supremacist to blame for getting in the path of the car?  Were the scores of people injured to blame for being in opposition to the White supremacists? How are there “many sides” to blame? There is only one side to blame…the White supremacists and the man who gave them this new emboldened attitude –Trump.

In the hour that this country needed the clear, precise, level headed leadership of the highest office in the land and the man in that office failed miserably yet again.  No “fire and fury” crap like he sputtered last week at N. Korea.  Not even a quote like former President Obama tweeted from Nelson Mandela to give people hope and strength. A full forty minutes later,Trump came back to try and salvage his first blunder of a response by giving the humane responses one would expect from a leader, denouncing hatred, extolling condolences to the family of the 32-year old woman killed.  But it was only after he was being raked over the coals for his inability to call this what it was…an evil day of terror at the hands of White racists.  Why was Trump so hesitant to call it what it was? Because these tiki torch carrying racists, alt-righters, White supremacists, neo-Nazi’s are the people that put him in the White House.  They are his base, his core supporters and Trump would rather give a blanket “can’t we all get along” statement than blame the people—the only people who support him at this point.  It’s Trump again doing what he has always done, putting his needs above and before everyone else.

Trump reportedly only acknowledged what was going on in Charlottesville after known White supremacist David Duke thanked the president for making the Charlottesville protest possible.  What does that mean? It means that Trump got into office by dividing people with his campaign of racial hatred against Mexicans, immigrants, Muslims and Blacks.  He appealed to that fringe of extremists by making them believe that Whites were the real disadvantaged and anyone–everyone who’s not White is to blame.  After Trump, or his people finally succumbed to political pressure and called out the White nationalists for hatred and racism, Duke tweeted, “I would recommend you take a good look in the mirror & remember it was White Americans who put you in the presidency…” So Trump was backed into a corner because he didn’t want to call out the White supramacists who put him in office and they called him out for it.

Most voters knew who Trump was before he was elected, but some still thought ‘give him a chance, how much damage can he do?’  If the last eight months didn’t answer that for you, then Charlottesville won’t do much to convince you either.

 

Comment(5)

  1. Obviously, the world is coming to an end; and we’re living in these last days. (We) as a people need to continue to fight for what we believe in. Seriously, man

  2. During these neo nazi riots, there was no police in the area. Remember the situation in Ferguson Missouri in the summer of 2014? There were hundreds of SWAT teams and police officers armed with machine guns. Hundreds of cops were wearing battle armor and driving small tanks. We didn’t see any of that in Charlottesville Virginia. We saw neo nazis and KKK members torturing people and in one case, killing a innocent white woman with their car. When we protest against police brutality, Amerikkka displays their police and parpa military. When white people riot and kill people, the local and Amerikkkan government do nothing!

    P.S. The mayor of Charlottesville Virginia is a white man name Michael Signer. he is a Democrat.

  3. The true test of a person’s character is not how they act in good times, but how they act in times of struggle. Most white Americans would like to think that they are not racists. However, a large percentage of Americans are struggling and, as a result, are showing their true character. Their erroneous ideology that America was designed to provide infinite opportunity for all those who work hard is creating a cognitive dissonance with the reality of their lives. As a result, they have choosen to use Obama, liberals, and so-called minorities in general as scapegoats, blaming them for not getting what they feel they deserve in life. Too undereducated to do the math or comprehend macroeconomics, they don’t realize that capitalism is a flawed system that is incapable of supporting full employment for all citizens who are willing to work.

    So, instead of allowing for socialist economics in a democratic society, they would rather fight like barbarians and to the winners go the spoils. They still maintain the same Neanderthal mentality of the dark ages of their brief history on this planet. We should not be surprised at recent events. They have been brooding these sentiments for generations and Trump has merely emboldened them.

    Don’t let Trump’s modified comments fool you. He most likely plans to persecute BLM and other black empowerment and protest groups, as well. This is all part of a long term strategy of which Trump is only the current administrator. A people divided are a people conquered.

  4. You just saw the true intentions of white people. Their mission, to establish a new nazi Gemany on American soil! Alt right is code word for fourth reich. The third reich was Hitler/Nazi Germany. Trump’s slogan “Make America great again” is a synonym for “The south shall rise again.” The south shall rise again statement means that white people want the American culture to go backwards to the antebellum slave era. #WhitePeopleHateUs #WeAreAtWar

  5. Brothers and sistas, this weekend we witnessed the true intentions and behavior of these devilish beasts. Question why do we continue to feed the beast? Why do some of us continue to join their army? Why do some black men continue to date/marry white women? Why do some black parents enroll their children in football or basketball? Stop it! Time to recycle black dollars! We can not continue to protest and complain against the beast and at the same time continue to feed it!

    P.S. Many of the neo nazi rioters looked similar to Alabama Crimson Tide football coach Nick Saban

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