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See also: Narrative Collapse: Is Charlottesville’s James Alex Fields The Next George Zimmerman?

To say the rule of law is dead assumes a precise definition. It means criminal justice is guided by public opinion, ideology, and media pressure rather than any semblance of an objective process or written code. It’s to say that justice is arbitrary rather than blind, and that we live under the same kind of system the Revolution supposedly ended.

James Fields never had a chance. The Main Stream Media built up a narrative about 2017’s Unite The Right protest of Alt Right protesters randomly attacking peaceful crowds. Journalists used this foundational myth to justify the Left’s deplatforming and censorship of patriots on a massive scale. If Fields had been acquitted, or convicted of a lesser offense, the entire myth could have fallen apart. Thus, nothing was left to chance in this trial.

Imagine the following occurring in any other case:

Each one of these is outrageous; together, it makes it hard to regard the trial as legitimate.

One shouldn’t overstate the case. It’s outlandish to say, “Fields did nothing wrong.” There’s almost no scenario where you can kill or hit someone with your car, accidentally or otherwise, and not have the law involved. Fields was accused in the past of attacking his mother and was clearly troubled. [Charlottesville car attack suspect James Fields previously accused of beating mother, by Dake Kang and Sarah Rankin, Global News, August 14, 2018] Negligent homicide, hardly a trivial offense, may well have been warranted, and this was enabled by Fields’s own poor decisions.

It’s incredible that Fields decided to drive anywhere near the crowd after that chaotic and violent morning. Of course, he may well have gotten lost—easy to do as Charlottesville and state police had teargassed Alt Right demonstrators but casually turned streets over to a Leftist mob during a supposed “state of emergency.” This mob, some armed with rifles, then reportedly shut down streets and even set up roadblocks.

Yet even the most unsympathetic or hostile interpretation of Fields’s actions is practically irrelevant. The entire trial seemed utterly disconnected from what occurred that day. It’s was akin to Camus’s novel The Stranger, where the defendant’s socially disturbing behavior leads to his conviction rather than anything germane.

One critical piece of evidence that supposedly “proved” murderous intent was a text Fields sent to his mother before the rally saying “we’re not the ones who need to be careful” after she urged him to be so. He also attached a picture of Hitler—idiotic and cringe-making, but not relevant, and no more extreme than the Communist flags carried proudly by the Antifa lionized by the MSM as heroes. It’s not as though Antifa were being quiet about their plans to start a war in Charlottesville. Indeed, violence was deemed inevitable if the two groups came into contact—making the actions of the Charlottesville police so utterly inexcusable.

Fields also made the mistake of expressing bitterness against Leftist protesters from jail, including against Heather Heyer’s mom—though these same “private” conversations show him protesting that he was being attacked. Again, this was interpreted as damning.

Another piece of “damning” evidence: a meme he posted ostensibly proving his “intent, motive and state of mind”—quite a lot for something distributed months before the rally. [Judge: Car crash meme admissible in Charlottesville murder trial, by Neal Augenstein, WTOP, November 30, 2018]

After all, jokes (or even serious suggestions) of running over protesters were relatively common before Charlottesville. State legislators in six states had introduced bills partially protecting drivers in such circumstances. [These states have introduced bills to protect drivers who run over protesters, by Dakin And one, CNN, August 19, 2017] The late Bill Hicks had a bit on it, focused on Reginald Denny’s experience during the LA Riots, when a mob dragged him from his truck.

Instapundit’s Glenn Reynolds was attacked for saying “run them down” about a 2016 protest in Charlotte, accurately noting that “trapping people in their cars is a threat”. [Instapundit Glenn Reynolds defends “Run them down” tweet during Charlotte unrest, by Erik Wemple, Washington Post, September 22, 2016]

Presumably if someone noted these on social media, this could be used as evidence if he or she later collided with protesters at some point in life. Though in the lawless city of Charlottesville it doesn’t seem to matter, it should be noted that blocking roads is an inherently dangerous act—one enabled in this case by a Charlottesville police officer abandoning her post. In France, a “yellow vest” protester was recently killed by a truck at a protest roadblock. [6th ‘Yellow Vest’ protester dies in France after getting hit by truck, by Samuel Petrequin, Time, December 13, 2018]

What was truly striking were the outright lies told in the courtroom. The crowd of Leftist protesters was described as “joyful”—astonishing given that even Leftist journalists were being attacked by Antifa that day.

But I was there. I saw the hate in the crowds. I narrowly escaped physical harm at several points—aside from the tear gas of the police. I know full well journalists were watching it all and I have since read the independent report. I find it nothing less than horrifying to see how casually people go along with what they know to be a lie.

Indeed a year later, 2018, with nary a “white supremacist” in sight, Antifa in Charlottesville still managed to attack people.

Video from shows other cars being set upon by protesters. Yet somehow the myth of a peaceful crowd was still allowed to stand. Antifa activist Dwayne Dixon is actually on video bragging about how he waved off Fields with a gun earlier that day, yet Fields’s attorney did not give him any tough questions.

Moreover, there was plenty of evidence presented that showed Fields’s action were not premeditated. Fields had entered directions into his phone to find his way home to Ohio. [Final defense witness located after brief confusion in Fields trial, By Courteney Stuart / Tyler Hawn, WHSV.com, December 5, 2018] He cried when he told people had been hurt and one had died [The Latest: Deputy says Fields apologized after deadly crash, The Daily Progress, December 4, 2018]. The Hill’s Taylor Lorenz’s tweets from that day—subsequently deleted, presumably for her career’s sake—showed police initially thought Fields’s actions were unintentional as well. They’re archived here, and here.

Fields also did not exactly act like a person trying to run down as many protesters as possible. He immediately slammed the brakes after the collision, did not go onto the sidewalk, and backed up only after being set upon by attackers.

At absolute worst, and with no evidence to support this interpretation, Fields gave in to a moment of rage at seeing the threatening crowd. More likely he panicked. Either way, first degree murder is insane—but political realities demanded it.

The staggering jury recommendation of a life sentence for Fields plus 419 years for convictions of first degree murder, 70 years for each count of malicious wounding (five counts), 20 years for each count of malicious wounding (three counts), and nine years for a hit and run is so absurd that it would be comical under other circumstances. [Jury recommends life, plus 419-year sentence for James Fields Jr., NBC12, December 11, 2018] The political nature of the conviction is all the more apparent because the charge is so ludicrous.

As what a premediated attack would look like, we need only remember the Toronto massacre that Alek Minassian was charged with. He killed ten people, wounding more, after speeding down the street with “reckless abandon” and “swerving onto the wrong lanes of traffic and careening onto a sidewalk” . [The man accused of mowing down Toronto pedestrians is charged with murder, by Holly Yan, Carma Hassan, and Sara Weisfeldt, CNN, April 24, 2018] If Fields had wanted to, he could have killed many more in that packed confine. But he didn’t.

It is useful to compare the Fields case to the killing of Kate Steinle. In that case, illegal immigrant Jose Ines Garcia Zarate wasn’t even found guilty of manslaughter. He was convicted only of being a felon in possession of a firearm and was sentenced to time served, though he is still in jail as he awaits federal charges. [Man acquitted of Kate Steinle’s murder sentenced to jail for gun possession, by Lyanne Melendez, ABC, January 5, 2018]

Note that the MSM gleefully mocked conservatives outraged by the verdict, suggesting conservatives only cared because it was a “white girl’s death”. [Conservatives are seething about the verdict in the Kate Steinle case, by Matthew Rozsa, Salon, December 1, 2017]

From a broader perspective, American law enforcement is now entirely selective. While Fields and other Unite The Right protesters are given draconian sentences, Antifa attackers and the local officials who in effect worked as their partners go unpunished. While Antifa can roam free, groups that fight back are hit with federal charges. Even the President of the United States is now threatened with unlimited federal and state investigations clearly designed to “get” him and his family on something, anything [Incoming New York A.G. vows to make Trump’s life a living hell, by Bess Levin, Vanity Fair, December 12, 2018], while criminal behavior by other politicians, notably Hillary Clinton, is ignored. All of this occurs while tens of millions of illegal immigrants contemptuously ignore American laws and are toasted by the wealthy and powerful for doing so.

Unite The Right seems like a million years ago, at a time when Americans could reasonably expect that free speech would be protected by the police, that justice would be equal, and that America was still a free country.

No American can afford such illusions today. Instead, we are in a nightmare situation where the media targets political dissidents and encourages physical attacks. The state not only ignores the attackers but punishes you if you do anything back. More than that, your views, even taken out of context, will be used against you in any legal situation.

Thus, it’s not just a matter of avoiding dangerous situations, but controlling your information. After all, as some may argue James Fields was, you may find yourself in a dangerous situation you never intended to be in. Make sure you get behind a proxy online, regularly purge your emails and texts, don’t communicate with friends except on applications that automatically delete messages after a short time, avoid being ensnared by the law at all costs, and if caught up in something, don’t say a word without a lawyer.

You may think James Fields brought his fate on himself. Perhaps he did, though he certainly didn’t deserve this atrocious outcome. You may even despise the Alt Right or think people like me who attended Unite The Right in 2017 are pure evil.

But you’re a fool if you think this kind of biased “justice” will stop with Fields, with the “Alt Right,” or even with conservatives. Selective law enforcement endangers everyone, and, as political violence is increasingly permitted, it’s naïve to assume you will never be caught up in a dangerous situation not of your choosing.

We don’t live in a free country. It’s dangerous to believe you do.

And in the eyes of the law, it’s not about what you did, or what the circumstances were, but which side you are on.

Charlottesville Survivor [Email him] is a white man who voted for Trump. The Left hates all white men who voted for Trump, whether they were in Charlottesville or not.

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  1. Hail says: • Website

    violence was deemed inevitable if the two groups came into contact—making the actions of the Charlottesville police so utterly inexcusable.

    This is another Charlottesville article to omit mention of Mayor Mike Signer.

    It was not by some accident, oversight, or rank-and-file police mistakes or incompetence that Charlottesville descended into left-wing anarchy. It was all politically planned, directed. The police were just following orders from malicious Mike Signer, Mayor.

    Signer, more than any other individual, was directly responsible for the chaos, the police stand-down, the unconstitutional suppression of the right to peaceably assemble, the disgrace of our own civil authority siding with a violent “neo-communist” mob.

    To repeat myself from an earlier thread:

    It is hard to imagine a figure so cowardly, so deceitfully malicious, as Mike Signer, the architect of the Charlottesville fiasco. May his name live in infamy.

    (Signer is a nice case study on who rules us, as he sits at the axis of the one of the outer rings of the Deep State and the left-wing of the Democratic Party. Here is a brief political-biographical investigation of Mike ‘By Deception Make War’ Signer [#232]; how is it that a man with very weak ties to Charlottesville even become its mayor?)

  2. Hail says: • Website

    Democrat Denise Lunsford, whose lackluster defense and refusal to aggressively question witnesses astonished observers

    Would it surprise anyone if she were to end up with a book deal, in which she slams Fields and gloats about the verdict? I can see the title now: “Devil’s Advocate: Leading the Defense of a Neo-Nazi Murderer in Charlottesville” or similar. An editor might put a swastika on the cover next to Fields’ face. Perhaps a movie deal.

    Breach of ethics, you’ll say. She is no stranger. See an account of Denise Lunsford’s past breaches of legal ethics [#238 in that thread].

    Notable also is how the Fields case cast of characters (incl. Lunsford) is all-White:
    Foreground, left to right: Defense Counsel Denise Lunsford; political prisoner and Defendant James Fields; John Hill, assisting the Defense. Top: [Woman in red, name unknown to me]; Judge Richard E. Moore, who, this article suggests, showed open bias against political prisoner Fields.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  3. A total disgrace. God help Mr. Fields. God save the United states.

  4. KenH says:

    I’ve never said Fields should not be charged with something but the facts in no way support a murder 1 charge and conviction or even a second degree murder charge. Negligent homicide would have been reasonable but there were mitigating circumstances (city allowed a state of anarchy to reign and leftist terrorists to threaten people, attack cars and block streets that denied means of egress) that should have led to a very light sentence.

    He should not be charged with backing up into and injuring the rabid left wing counterprotestors after his infamous forward collision since they were attacking his car and meant to injure or kill him a la Reginald Denny. So that was merely an act of self defense and self preservation on his part.

    In 2018, the amount of justice one receives is entirely based on where one falls on the political spectrum, their race, gender and even their sexual orientation. As a poor, straight white male with politically incorrect political beliefs, James Fields did not hold membership in any of the many and growing victim groups and thus received no sympathy from the (((media))) or jury and therefore received no justice in a court of law from a sane person’s perspective.

    The bloom should finally be off the rose for anyone paying attention.

    • Replies: @Da Wei
    , @SMK
  5. KenH says:

    It is useful to compare the Fields case to the killing of Kate Steinle. In that case, illegal immigrant Jose Ines Garcia Zarate wasn’t even found guilty of manslaughter.

    That’s because Zarate was tried in San Francisco, which is the Charlottesville of the West coast, and the commissar jurors viewed him as a victim because of his brown skin and status as illegal alien and the murdered Kate Steinle as not a victim because she was white and privileged.

    If Zarate was a homeless white person and Kate Steinle was a black or Latino female then he would have been convicted and sentenced to hard time. The jury that was so sympathetic to a brown man like Zarate suddenly would have turned into hang em high hardliners if the races of the perp and victim were reversed.

    • Replies: @JLK
    , @Reuben Kaspate
  6. KenH says:

    And in the eyes of the law, it’s not about what you did, or what the circumstances were, but which side you are on.

    Indeed. Anglo Saxon jurisprudence has been overthrown and replaced with the Jewish Bolshevik standard of who, whom?

    So called criminal justice reform sounds innocuous and something we should support but little do people know that it really means letting violent black men out of prison while putting innocent white men in prison to atone for “racial disparities in the criminal justice system.”

  7. El Dato says:

    Could have rounded to 500 years.

    Satan is riding people, and confusion stalks the land.

    • Replies: @Da Wei
    , @Reuben Kaspate
  8. Rich says:

    It’s amazing that the defense did such a lackluster job in this case, and that no American jurist or legislator is willing to step forward and call out this miscarriage of justice. What happened to the American people?

    • Replies: @Hail
  9. JLK says:
    @KenH

    San Francisco, which is the Charlottesville of the West coast

    Berkeley is probably the closest thing to the Charlottesville of the West, but there’s one big difference. Most senior employees of Deep State three-letter agencies live in Northern Virginia, UVA is the school of choice to send their high-achieving kids on a bureaucrat’s salary, and many of them end up enrolled there.

    This incident no doubt caught their attention and offended them at a very deep level, whether it was planned out that way or not.

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @Kim L.
  10. Hail says: • Website
    @Rich

    no American jurist or legislator is willing to step forward and call out this miscarriage of justice

    Legislators are often late-comers on these things; by nature, they aim to play it safe and will only move on such sensitive matters as the Fields case following pressure from a commentariat to which they feel beholden. A right-wing political prisoner, one would think, could be such a case.

    The face of a political prisoner:
    Therefore I would be more interested to know which of today’s major commentators that can be described as dissident right-wing, MAGA movement veterans, and libertarians (opposing the holding of political prisoners being part of the libertarian job description) have commented on Fields and what they have said. Here are a few:

    – Tom Woods: no comment
    – Stefan Molyneux: hostile characterization in 2017 and no comment since
    – Mike Cernovich: limited, indirect comment; no direct comment
    – Jack Posobiec: hostile characterization subject to overwhelming pushback by his own followers
    – One America News Network: coverage blackout; former coverage inexplicably removed
    – Ann Coulter: The only reasonable commentary on the Fields case (assertion that it is an unfair trial and Fields is obviously innocent of first-degree murder)

    In detail:

    [MORE]

    (1) site:tomwoods.com “james fields” – no results.

    (2) site:freedomainradio.com “james fields” – one result:

    Stean Molyneux’s Free Domain Radio #3793
    Title: Barcelona Terrorist Attack: 10+ Dead, 100 Injured
    August 17, 2017

    Description: A rented truck was driven through a popular tourist street in Barcelona – leaving over ten people dead and approximately one-hundred injured – in the latest terrorist attack to hit Europe. The Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attack with one suspect dead and another two in custody. In the shadows of Charlottesville, which saw James Fields drive his Dodge Challenger through a crowd of protesters, killing Heather Heyer and injuring 19 others, Stefan Molyneux makes a plea for conversation, de-escalation and non-violence.

    (3) site:twitter.com “stefanmolyneux” “james fields” – no significant results, suggesting no tweets by Molyneux on the Fields case.

    (4) site:cernovich.com “james fields” – no results.

    (5) site:twitter.com “mikecernovich” “james fields” – no significant results, suggesting no tweets by Mike Cernovich. This tweet comes close to at least waving the “double standard” flag (it elicited many pro-Fields replies):

    Jury Fines Man $1 For Punching Charlottesville Rally Organizer

    (6) site:twitter.com “jackposobiec” “james fields” – several tweets but none sympathetic. Here is one, which received many replies nearly all of them negative, implying widespread awareness of the injustice of this case and anger about it among Jack Posobiec’s follower base:

    Here is a Jack Posobiec follower asking why One America News Network, where Jack Posobiec has a show, has not covered the Fields trial:

    (7) One America News Network, site:oann.com “james fields” – one result, which has been removed since its posting (Nov. 30) and was MSM boilerplate. It was entitled “Hymns Then Blood: Victims Testify At Charlottesville Rally Trial,” and received this comment from a reader: “Another tainted and misleading story” (preserved in the google-cached page).

    (8) Ann Coulter is the only one I can find among dissident-right figures with significant followings who has had the courage to write reasonable commentary on the case of political prisoner James Fields. See here for that [#44 in that thread]. Coulter wrote these words in August 2018 in an article: “Unless his defense lawyer is planning on intentionally throwing the case for the greater good, Fields seems to have a pretty decent argument that he was in fear for his life.”

    _____________________

    I am left wondering whether the above and similar commentators just did not know the basic facts of the case; if they had known, they surely would have been able to see what is going on (so would the jurors if there had been a competent defense and a fair trial in a neutral venue). More likely they do know, or at least suspect, the trial was unfair and are just staying tactically quiet.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @schrub
    , @bjondo
    , @densa
  11. Hail says: • Website
    @JLK

    This incident no doubt caught [Deep State] attention and offended them at a very deep level, whether it was planned out that way or not.

    This seems right. This is why the the Mike Signer connection is worth a close look.

    Signer is a nice case study on who rules us, as he sits at the axis of one of the outer rings of the Deep State and the left-wing of the Democratic Party

  12. Wally says:

    the facts:

    “We have been working on the ground and behind the scenes leading up to, during, and after the rally.”
    – Zionist Jew Anita Gray, regional director of the Anti-Defamation League.

    http://www.unz.com/article/how-the-jews-won-the-battle-of-charlottesville/

  13. ” I find it nothing less than horrifying to see how casually people go along with what they know to be a lie. ”

    Do they know ?
    The CO2 nonsense began around 1980, I never took it seriously, anyone who knows anything about the history of this earth knows that climate changed all the time.
    But what do we see, one worldwide climate conference after another where dissidents seem to be absent, leading to the most expensive, and disastrous, experiment, for mankind ever.
    So I wonder, do people know, do they consider critically what media and politicians tell them ?
    W’re told there was a renaissance, people liberating themselves from dark ages, where experiments, based on critical thought, were forbidden.
    Of course, there still is critical thinking, but it seems to have become the exception, is seen as an aberration.
    A not well known book of Aldous Huxley is Beyond the Mexique Bay, was written in the thirties.
    A statement there I never forgot ‘it is great to march behind banners’.

  14. Da Wei says:
    @KenH

    “Negligent homicide would have been reasonable but there were mitigating circumstances (city allowed a state of anarchy to reign and leftist terrorists to threaten people, attack cars and block streets that denied means of egress) that should have led to a very light sentence.”

    Ditto that, with emphasis on the mitigating circumstances. The doofuses in the street had a duty of self care they obviously failed. With a zealous defense, he should have walked with a slapped wrist. If roles had been reversed, he would have walked with a trophy and TV guest spots.

    Sucks.

  15. Brian says:

    This is not new. It has been standard practice for a long time. Look at Debs, dissidents protesting U.S. occupation of parts of Russia during and after the First World War, blacks under Jim Crow, labor union activists…

  16. Da Wei says:
    @El Dato

    “Satan is riding people, and confusion stalks the land.”

    Yep. Like the man said:
    “Things (have) fall(en) apart; the centre cannot hold;
    Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world”

    “The best lack all conviction, while the worst are full of passionate intensity.”

    Why is it that in a Christian nation, so few are willing to call this work by its author’s name: Satanic?
    Does it sound less than scientific, not worldly, sophisticated, or just downright bucolic? This is the work of Satan and it abounds, to our detriment.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  17. I warned all of you in the previous article this guy didn’t have a chance. It’s a warning to all of us who think we can protest. Just look at the idiots in the Northwest….these Antifa thugs and the police let them do what they want while arresting those who protest against them.

    We are at the end of America and into the Marxist Orwellian Cesspool.

    • Replies: @Wally
  18. The comparison with the Kate Steinle case is astute. Neither her killer nor James Fields is by any reasonable standard a first-degree murderer, but the disparity between the cases clearly derives from political motives.

    • Replies: @Hail
  19. eah says:

  20. SafeNow says:

    Yes, two standards exist, just ask poor Mrs. Manafort. This is will not change. So the best adaptation might be to practice even-temperedness; non-reactivity. It takes practice, because calmness is difficult when some guy curses you and your mother. Training works, so practice. Being cool and calm was actually always best, but now is a must. Also, as an insurance policy, you could join or at least donate to some woke organizations, which your attorney could then use to achieve prosecutorial discretion – no charges. Yes, this hurts. If it’s any solace, your calmness will infuriate those trying to provoke you.

  21. bucky says:

    Why the alt-right fights losing battles like Fields is because the trolls took it over long ago and have caused it to lose its moral compass. Trolls are insincere and simply try to provoke.

    Defending Fields is a reflexive and unthinking reaction by the alt right.

  22. Deschutes says:

    What a steaming pile of bullshit this article was. He fucking drove his car into hundreds of protestors, deliberately and premeditatedly, killing one lady and seriously injuring countless others–and here some white supremacist is playing the ‘victim card’ and that he was a poor boy, a victim of a ‘liberal conspiracy’. What nonsense.

    He got just what he deserved. And I would say exactly the same thing if it was some Antifa dude who did this evil deed with his car to bunch of white supremacists.

  23. Tho this article is mostly on-target, the one false note is that this is something ‘new’

    When actually the USA ‘justice’ system has been corrupt for years and years and decades

    White people – males especially – have long experienced this in the corrupt divorce-court and lawsuit-financial-rape systems, yet do not make the connection to the criminal court realm

    Where things have also been long corrupt, but the only thing different is ‘who’ is being targeted more recently, now the whites are getting the stick

    As USA black people will tell you, white people are now experiencing more directly the trumped-up prosecutions which have long jailed black people

    Yes yes of course there is a lot of black community crime … but the people arrested and jailed for those crimes, are often not the perpetrators (which is why the crimes tend to continue)

    USA lazy-arse prosecutors often arrest some random black person, and then railroad him, via lying snitches, false evidence, perjury … and the infamous plea-bargain extortion via the suborned over-worked ‘public defenders’ who tell the guy, ‘Look, I know you’re innocent, but here’s the deal, plead guilty and get 5 years, or go to trial and it’s 30 years … what da ya wanna do?’ … Guy accepts the plea and gets 10 years ‘But we had a deal!’ – Not so says the grinning judge

    The police / prosecutor excuse for themselves, is that the black guy ‘probably did something like this at another time and place’

    For white Americans now, welcome to ‘justice’ as the minorities have long known it

    • Replies: @KenH
  24. “When the defense did move for some charges to be dismissed, Judge Richard Moore declared in open court that “I don’t know what intent he could have had other than to kill people.”

    I may be incorrect —–

    I found this comment deeply disturbing making a fair trial problematic at best and grounds for

    a mistrial.

    That a judge essentially gave a verdict during the trial in open court —-

    • Replies: @anonymous
  25. After the Charlottesville riot and its aftermath, no illusions should remain that the soft tyranny, for decades in the making, had hardened.

    See: http://fosterspeak.blogspot.com/2017/09/post-charlottesville-we-are-on-our-own.html

    • Replies: @Hail
  26. niceland says:

    Why did the KKK receive such warm welcome from city officials and the police earlier in 2017? Against the wishes of the Klan their assembly was made public soon after they applied for permit, months before the actual event. Guaranteeing KKK opponents had plenty of time to organize counter protests and so forth – creating somewhat of a nightmarish situation for the police force protecting the rights of the Klan to “free speech”. And yet they did, quite successfully.

    From political perspective I think this was great success for those supporting the removal of the statue of Robert E. Lee. Having the KKK in robes chanting around the statue on national television is the next best thing after having Hitler (or the devil) himself clicking heals and giving Nazi salutes. Wast majority of the population sees right away that removing the damned secret relic of the KKK must be good idea. The right thing to do. Having the KKK beaten up by angry mob would have spoiled the show and blurred the image.

    I can’t remember the figures but if memory serves me the police force attending the UTR rally was many times bigger and separating the two groups should have been possible. But there was this strange stand down order. Why? What changed from the KKK event?

    • Replies: @fnn
  27. RouterAl says:

    Everyone is looking the other way on this case, sounds like the parable of the Good Samaritan.
    The defence team must have been really poor , if this had been a leftist defendant money would be flowing from New York to the best defence team money could buy. The right needs to put it’s money where it’s people are being persecuted. Look at Jeffrey Epstein and his continual escape from the law, money seams to buy you a better form of patently non blind justice in the USA.
    Finally did not the grossly obese ms Meyer, a fine product of her equally obese parents, not die of a heart attack before the accident.

    • Replies: @anon
    , @George
    , @Gandydancer
  28. @Deschutes

    The article is about the USA ‘justice’ system, what seems farcical to me, and others, on this side of the Atlantic.
    After O J Simpson was acquitted many judges and lawyers here stated that here he would have been convicted.
    In
    Noam Chomsky, Howard Zinn, William Blum, et.al., ‘Superpower Principles, U.S. Terrorism against Cuba’, 2005, Monroe
    a trial in Miami is described that has nothing to do with justice.

    • Replies: @follyofwar
  29. anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @EliteCommInc.

    The point should be cleared up, but I doubt that this happened while the jurors were present.

    • Replies: @EliteCommInc.
  30. fnn says:

    Vulture capitalist Mitt Romney is of course a big Antifa supporter-just like the FBI:

  31. fnn says:
    @niceland

    It’s in the Heaphy Report-the city officials made a decision to have the two sides “fight it out.”

  32. anon[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    @jack posobiac

    James Fields was a racist and….

    OMG the horror, he deserves the Death Penalty for that alone

    • LOL: Hail
  33. anon[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @RouterAl

    Finally did not the grossly obese ms Meyer, a fine product of her equally obese parents, not die of a heart attack before the accident.

    does it never occur to these people that maybe the reason they’re obese is that they’ve been taught to hate themselves thru decades of anti-white propaganda by the (((media)))?

    • Replies: @densa
  34. Judge Richard Moore aided and abetted THE SURGICALLY MUTILATED HOMOSEXUAL TRANNY FREAK PEDERASTS of Charlottesville…….Judge Moore taking his marching orders from a homosexual tranny freak named EDDY……

    • Replies: @Reuben Kaspate
  35. George says:
    @RouterAl

    “if this had been a leftist defendant money would be flowing”

    Why didn’t he have a legal defense fund? Donations to a legal defense fund is what kept George Zimmerman out of the can.

    • Replies: @Anon
  36. Ragno says:
    @joeshittheragman

    I’ve been sick since the verdict came down, and can think of nothing more eloquent to add than Joe’s comment.

    Except this: whatever befalls our corrupt and dying nation – poisoned ruthlessly for two and three generations now by the malefactors Ron Unz has been cataloging for months now – will be eminently and inescapably deserved.

    Is it any wonder we demonize Russia and Hungary? But in a hundred years’ time, assuming we haven’t murdered them in a scorched-earth fit of stabbing outward from Hell’s heart, they will look at the fate of Fallen America as a sobering cautionary tale: here’s hoping they pay close enough attention to resist any further Frankfurt School “enlightenment”.

    • Replies: @Hail
  37. Fields is a member of the new caste in the failed United States: The Palestinianized American, formerly known as the White American Man.

    The outrage of a judicial atrocity that was inflicted on this man should provide a stern warning that all “White” men daring to understand their plight and be vociferous about it will have their voice used against them at the earliest possibility and to the harshest affect. Imagine a 500 year prison sentence for fleeing a communist mob armed with rifles who threatened you with violence and then attack you in you car that would have sounded like gun shots – in his rightful panic he collided with a morbidly obese chain smoking pig only hours away from a massive coronary on her own. Her poor life choices and her decision to “march” with communist terrorists on a hot summer day and willingly place herself in the vanguard of action was not even used as a mitigating circumstance.

    Any wondrous Ethnic European from this day on who provokes the murderous rage of the axis of communists and other ancient enemies to our civilization will have everything they have ever written or said used as proof that they are “terrorists.”

    With the likes jewghoul and faceberg collecting the intimate details of the lives of so many fools who willingly surrendered these details to them in exchange for shiny electronic pieces of electronic silver, enough is amassed against them from the outset to be show trialed and state murdered in short order.

    If anyone posting on these websites has an altercation, an auto accident with an obese landwhale of a communist, we all can be charged with attempted murder now. Just as Palestinians in the occupation are routinely murdered, we too can face state murder for our First Amendment actions whenever the opportunity for a murderous bureaucrat has the slightest opportunity.

    They really are coming for all of us. At what point do condemned men live up to the monickers they are labeled as and while still with the means to live up to those monickers do so? When made a Palestinian, do as a Palestinian.

  38. mr meener says:

    this is life under jewish rule and nothing will change unless ALL those responsible including traitor cops are taken out. the mayor is a jew

    • Replies: @anon
    , @Reuben Kaspate
  39. anarchyst says:

    Author Tom Wolfe’s “Bonfire of the Vanities” is a parallel to the Fields case…

  40. “The right needs to put it’s money where it’s people are being persecuted.”

    Yes!

  41. @Hail

    In an earlier post on this farce of a trial, I had suggested it was possible that the defense could try to make a name for themselves by working aggressively and getting Fields off. It would have been a career boost for two low paid public defenders, even though they would no doubt have to move to a different locale. Boy was I naïve. It was nothing but a show trial, like the kind I used to hear about in Stalin’s USSR.

    I’m wondering if a conservative non-profit legal firm, like, for example, the American Center for Law and Justice, would have the courage to defend Fields on appeal?

    • Replies: @Plato's Dream
    , @Hail
    , @Hail
  42. @joeshittheragman

    The United States doesn’t deserve to be saved.

    • Replies: @Sic Semper
  43. @Da Wei

    You should have identified the poet and the poem. “The Second Coming” by William Butler Yeats. My all-time favorite poem.

    • Replies: @Da Wei
  44. KenH says:
    @Brabantian

    Yes yes of course there is a lot of black community crime … but the people arrested and jailed for those crimes, are often not the perpetrators (which is why the crimes tend to continue)

    That isn’t because the black is usually innocent (although there have been cases of wrongful convictions) but because the black race has a very deep bench when it comes to violent crime due to their genetic predisposition for crimes of all sorts especially violent crimes.

    For white Americans now, welcome to ‘justice’ as the minorities have long known it

    Have any blacks ever been convicted of life plus 419 years for first degree murder as well as facing federal hate crimes charges? To my knowledge Fields wasn’t even allowed to plead to a lesser charge because his fate was predetermined by the injustice system of the Democratic Republic of Charlottesville (DRC). Whites who don’t hate themselves are guilty as charged. Period.

    James Fields wasn’t viewed by the ultra leftist judge, jury and prosecutor as a fellow American but as the other from some strange and exotic place in flyover country America and was treated accordingly.

    If James Fields were a racially conscious black man he would be free right now since he would have received legal assistance from top flight Jewish or leftist law firms, the judge and jury would have been in virtue signaling and “we’re not racist” mode and due to the enormous media and political pressure brought to bear on the city. Even reality TV doofus and supposed president Donald Trump would have gotten involved on behalf of the black James Fields no doubt at the urging of princess Ivanka Trump.

  45. @Hail

    Mention “Mayor Mike Signer” and lose the paycheck!

  46. anon[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @fnn

    lol, what a retard

  47. @joeshittheragman

    After the second American revolutionary war, he can be freef from the new Bastille!

  48. anon[329] • Disclaimer says:
    @mr meener

    this is life under jewish rule

    what’s going on does seem typical of the old Soviet Union

    • Agree: densa
    • Replies: @Mr. Curious
  49. Another government agent trying to color reality for you. Antifa exists only as a government run operation, just like ISIS, Al Qaeda, and every other fake terrorist group. Divide and conquer. No matter what, the voting class will always support war, the biggest form of violence, while calling themselves lovers of peace. Look over there, the “left”!

  50. @jilles dykstra

    Better be careful there, jilles. Due to political correctness, aren’t many Muslims who commit rape, maybe even murder, getting off with a slap on the wrist? And doesn’t your media bury such crimes? No one on your side of the pond wants to be accused of being a (gasp!) racist. Right?

    • Replies: @jilles dykstra
  51. @KenH

    “the commissar jurors” don’t give a shit about that wetback… they just wanna increase their stranglehold on the rapidly de-whitening cesspool!

  52. @El Dato

    You are preaching like “Talha”, the pious Muslim commentator on UNZ…

  53. @eah

    Justice is a funny thing: Louise Woodward, a 19-year-old British au pair convicted in 1997 of the involuntary manslaughter of eight-month-old Matthew Eappen while he was in her care in his home in Newton, Massachusetts, in the United States, served a grand total of 279 days in jail and after becoming a lawyer, presently enjoys the swell career of a dance instructor!

  54. Its better to die standing up then live on your knees!
    But what about if it does not make a FN difference, and you die anyway even on your knees.
    ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..
    (Quotation from the future historical book: “End of white man in America)

  55. @follyofwar

    Counting on America’s mainstream cuckservatives is totally futile.

  56. schrub says:
    @Hail

    The reason the regular right-wing spokesmen like Tom Woods have remained totally silent on this case is that all of them want to remain on the invitee list of faux right-wing news organizations like Fox News which demands that their “showmen” remain respectable, James Fields had already been deemed not just unrespectable but radioactive. The main function of Fox News seems to have always been to keep right-wingers on the “plantation”. National Review Magazine under William F. Buckley had fulfilled at lot this function previously.

    These people are all appeasers which brings to mind the old quote attributed to Winston Churchill that “An appeaser is one who feeds a crocodile, hoping it will eat him last”.

    Fields was simply a test case which the “respectable” right-wing failed miserably. He was a fringe character. The next case will most likely involve someone not so on the fringe. (Paul Thiel, keep your bags packed and ready for a quick exit!)

    All of the people that you mention are totally dependent on remaining in the ADL’s and SPLC’s “merely tolerated” largesse list in order to guarantee their future incomes. It’s as simple as that.

    Ann Coulter is in a totally different category altogether. She is now so rich, powerful, and well known that she can essentially do and say what she feels like. The MSM won’t drop her because her appearances in the MSM guarantee big jumps in ratings and hence their advertising revenue. The publishers of her books undoubtedly feel the same way.

    The problem for the right is that no competent lawyers will volunteer their time to defend “test cases” like Fields (or for that matter, the much better known and far more socially acceptable Gilad Atzmon in the UK). No one set up a legal defense fund for Fields (or as far as I know, Atzmon). The now neutralized ACLU aoded him like the plague.If Fields had instead been a member of Antifa, he would have been absolutely overwhelmed with very competent, free legal counsel and his trial would have received O.J. Simson levels of media attention and support.

    That’s the thing with the left wing. Remember the old adage that the “Marines don’t leave their fallen on the battlefield”. The left wing always guarantees the legal support of their supporters. On the other hand , the right-winger cut and run on their supporters ALL the time. (Remember the sad end of the truly heroic and totally shunned Joseph Sobran?)

    There used to be a very courageous Canadian attorney by the name of Doug Christie (RIP), Christie would defend (and win ) cases like Fields” despite every effort by the Canadian equivalents of the ADL and SPLC to sabotage defense efforts and blacklist him. He personified heroism.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doug_Christie_(lawyer)

    Where are our Doug Christies? There must be some financially comfortable right-wing lawyers out there who want to fight the good fight. Or are they all “too conservative” in the worse definition of the terms: i.e. timid.

    It’s getting worse people. Read all about what comes next in E. Michael Jones book “The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit” where he describes what it meant to be a gentile in Jewish controlled Pre-Partition (before 1772) Poland. (It seems like Communist Russia after 1917 was essentially the reestablishment of Pre Partition Poland).

    And it ain’t pretty folks.

    Many of the better known Russian critics of the Communists in Russia in 1917 eventually fled penniless and ended up as very poor taxi drivers in Paris. Is Paul Thiel ready to start his new career working for Uber because if things continue like they are now, there is no way he will be keeping those assets of his which are now located in the USA or anywhere the enemy has control? (i.e. All of western Europe, Australia, New Zealand.

    Malaysia anyone? Soros’ arch enemy Mahathir Mohamad, is back in power and Malaysia has never recognized Israel nor does it have any political relations with it.

    Now you know the reason why Bitcoin was invented: to provide a way for right-wingers to potentially get out of the country with their assets intact once their credit cards are voided and their bank accounts and IRAs are frozen. (You don’t think that you are going to be allowed to flee with your heavy gold coins or bundles of hundred dollar bill do you? )

  57. @fnn

    Romney’s biggest goal in life after losing the election must be to help increase membership in the LDS Church… given that most of Christian whites want nothing to do with his religios racket, while the ocean of six billion ignorant masses of humanity could be “had” drives his actions, including the support for Antifa!

  58. @War for Blair Mountain

    Hola! Glad you are out of the closet WfBM… What’s new?

  59. @mr meener

    You should hear a knock on the door momentarily!

  60. @follyofwar

    The United States is a figment of the imaginations of deluded masses.

  61. Truth says:
    @eah

    Yeah it’s so unfair. This N***** will get to walk scot-free just before her 95th birthday!

    • Replies: @eah
  62. SMK says: • Website
    @joeshittheragman

    No God will help James Fields, or save the U.S. Will the blacks and white leftists who rule the prison in which Fields will be enslaved for the rest of his life allow him to be harassed, threatened, assaulted, gang-raped, violently sodomized with no lubrication to prevent serious and permanent rectal damage, and possibly murdered by white-hating black inmates, or will he entombed in “protective custody” and solitary confinement, 23-hours a day in a toilet with bars or a steel door with a small window, until he dies in his 60s or 70s or 80s?

    • Replies: @Sic Semper
    , @Truth
    , @SMK
  63. SMK says: • Website
    @KenH

    If an antifa, anarchist or communist, white or black, had driven his car into a crowd in obvious self-defense, because he was attacked and threatened by “neo-Nazis” and “racists” and “white supremacists,” he wouldn’t have even been charged with a misdemeanor. In fact, all other facts being identical, the “white supremacists” and “racists” and “neo-Nazis” would have been charged with murder because an obese woman died of a heart attack, prosecuted and convicted of murder and all the other felonies and sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole as was James Fields.

    • Replies: @anon
  64. @SMK

    An apt metaphor for all Ethnic European men everywhere on earth.

  65. Excuse me for being late to the party, but did any witness in the trial of James Fields give a cause of death for the woman who died?

    • Replies: @eah
  66. bjondo says:
    @Hail

    Excepting Coulter, all are frauds, especially Fauxmolyneux

    • Replies: @mark green
  67. Truth says:
    @SMK

    Fields will be enslaved for the rest of his life allow him to be harassed, threatened, assaulted, gang-raped, violently sodomized with no lubrication to prevent serious and permanent rectal damage, and possibly murdered by white-hating black inmates, or will he entombed in “protective custody” and solitary confinement, 23-hours a day in a toilet with bars or a steel door with a small window, until he dies in his 60s or 70s or 80s?

    Hey, on the bright side, I hear SWJ intervention as greatly improved the food in prison.

  68. eah says:
    @Truth

    It’s true there is no practical difference between the sentences (assuming no commutation, parole, etc) — was the reason for the difference statutory? — was the Fields sentence required for some statutory reason? — or was the (nominally) harsher sentence given to Fields more symbolic? — ie meant to serve as a lesson or warning — assuming so, at whom was this warning ostensibly aimed?

    Given continuing grossly disproportionate black on white murder, I’m sure you agree Blacks need to be given this same warning, right?

    I guess one should ignore the heinousness of killing an 18 m/o child — also the fact there was no real evidence of premeditation presented against Fields — no evidence that a competent, properly instructed jury, one conscious of its responsibility under the ‘beyond a reasonable doubt’ standard, could or should have taken seriously.

    You fucking piece of shit.

    • Replies: @Truth
  69. SMK says: • Website
    @SMK

    Forced racial integration is jails and prisons is cruel and unusual punishment -for whites, in the sense of not only being cruel but also totally unnecessary.

  70. eah says:
    @flashlight joe

    link — my view of Heyer’s death

  71. densa says:
    @Hail

    Fields was made an untouchable, a non-person early on. I only read about him in an earlier post here by Charlottesville Survivor. I hadn’t bothered up until them because most people don’t want to risk even appearing to stand beside Neo-Nazis. Even the president quickly threw him under the bus.

    Lots of people, especially on the Left, used to talk about how even the most underserving deserved due process and free speech. We are so far from that now. For me, it is no longer Fields who is on trial here. We have the FBI taking part in conspiracies and crimes. We have the media in such a shameless state that Pravda is too good a word for it. And we have millions of good-whites completely blind to the hate they propagate and the harm they are doing our society.

    Fields deserves a successful appeal, but if there is any hope for our country, the millions who endorse what happened in Charlottesville and other places, this new rule by antifa, media and anti-white politicians, people need to see the Resistance’s trance-formation is far more harmful than Trump and 65 million Deplorables, aka as citizens who formally had rights. Our government, to apply the words Obama uses prior to regime change, has ‘lost its legitimacy’. People throughout the West have been voting in vain. Washington and Paris and London better start paying attention.

    • Replies: @Hail
    , @Bubba
  72. @Deschutes

    What if was some trucker in the Los Angeles riots?

  73. @bjondo

    I totally respect Ann Coulter, but doesn’t she tend to tip-toe around the Jews like all the other ‘respectable’ conservatives?

    • Replies: @Whitewolf
    , @bjondo
    , @anon
  74. lavoisier says: • Website
    @fnn

    Romney was never any damn good at any time.

    Yeah, the left has always been noble. Forget about the Bolshevik corpses.

  75. @Deschutes

    No, you idiot liar, he did NOT deliberately intend to harm anyone. You are a degenerate moron.
    He was lost and confused, simply trying to go home. He had actually just dropped off some people and had asked them if they wanted to have lunch. This is right before the accident.
    His speed never exceeded the speed you’d travel in a school zone, approx 25 MPH.
    His speed varied little even after he was attacked.
    If he had wanted to kill people on purpose, he could have raced his powerful car up to 60 MPH and turned left or right to run people down, but he DID NOT.

    You are a disgusting idiotic liar.

    • Agree: Negrolphin Pool
  76. Agent76 says:

    June 16, 2016 Supreme Court Ruling: Police Have No Duty to Protect the General Public

    However, did you know that the government, and specifically law enforcement, does not have any duty to protect the general public?

    http://tribunist.com/news/supreme-court-ruling-police-have-no-duty-to-protect-the-general-public/

    Feb 5, 2015 What Happened to the ‘Peace Officer’?

    The concept of the “peace officer” is a myth. Those so-called “peace officers” were, like today’s police, enforcing arbitrary legislation, operating based on the claimed legal right to do things wrong for you or me, and subsisting on stolen money.

    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
    , @Kim L.
  77. KenH says:

    The residents of the Democratic Republic of Charlottesville (DRC) are more small minded, bigoted and provincial and than any small “hick” town in flyover country America. You could probably make that claim for most of the ignorant and hateful left wing political bigots who populate Northern Virginia.

    The DRC is the 21st century Salem, Mass, except their religion is cultural Marxist fundamentalism. James Fields accidentally killed one of their morbidly obese co-religionists and injured many more in self defense. But more importantly, he was a heretic to their sacred faith so was ruled a witch by a kangaroo religious court and symbolically burned at the stake.

  78. Antifa has been attacking our people constantly, repeatedly, and NOTHING is done.
    Antifa assaults innocent Trump supporters and the authorities look the other way.
    Antifa riots in every city, shuts down conservative talks at major universities, attacks us for trying to defend ourselves.
    James Fields is just a kid! A 20 year old kid. Like the rest of the men that attended Charlottesville, he went there to protest the removal of a statue. He had every right to go there and participate in the protest. The city government and local police CAUSED the violence and ALLOWED Antifa to assault the innocent white men in attendance.
    The blacks and the Antifa that STARTED the violence were not only let go, but some of them made THOUSANDS of dollars for their efforts……beating innocent white men defending their cultural heritage.
    The Fields verdict has nothing to do with “justice.”
    The verdict is a message to white men, to roll over and die. Shut up. Accept your dispossession. Give up. Take drugs, Watch porn. Get drunk. Play video games. COMMIT SUICIDE.

    • Agree: densa, follyofwar
    • Replies: @lavoisier
  79. @schrub

    Maybe some diamonds up the rectum? Or would the airport scanners show them?

    • Replies: @schrub
  80. @fnn

    These are our elites, unfit to man a drive thru.

  81. densa says:
    @anon

    That and they don’t know how to take care of themselves. Obesity is a metabolic disorder, treatable through diet. But this kind of information never gets out there. No billionaire charity foundations ever work for these Whites, preferring instead charities that take money out of the country.

    The healthcare system instead looks to the health of its profits. Obesity is treated as a moral failing. When confronted with the medical literature that could treat it, doctors claim they don’t share this knowledge because their patients wouldn’t follow the advice anyway. Ignorant (in the true sense) people continue to age into the system, getting their cholesterol checked for when they can be put on statins, having their metabolic disorder become lucrative diabetes and heart disease.

    For anyone reading who may care, read Dr. Campbell’s books, both junior and senior. The senior was a researcher and his take on nutrition is enlightening.

    • Replies: @Bubba
  82. @Agent76

    This video was on to something until it veered through the guard rail and over the cliff with the muh slavery nonsense.

  83. A very interesting article on the James Fields case and the events in Charlottesville in the summer of 2017.

    I read Camus’, “The Stranger”, in high school back in the 1960s. I thought it was a very good read and it is very prescient for today’s topsy-turvy world, much like Kafka’s, “The Trial”, holds the same prescience.

    However, what I am reading about Antifa sounds very similar to the Bolshevik violence in 1919-1923 Germany after WWI. Yet, where the Bolsheviks at least had an ideology of some sorts (not a very good one by the way), Antifa’s only reason for being is to cause violence and upheaval, much like some of the groups in the late 196os and early 1970s but more dangerous.

    I find this very odd that municipal authorities would simply abdicate their own responsibilities towards maintaining the peace and order when knowingly to not do so would erupt into what happened.

    Though I support a number of Left promoted proposals in terms of social policy (ie: single payer health care), I have no illusions about many of the Left-supported politicians both at the state and federal levels. Many of them are as bad as the right-winged politicians that populate the Republican party, who, despite their vileness are at least more honest than their Left-oriented counterparts as to what they represent.

    I do agree with the author that the United States is in the midst of some type of schizophrenic breakdown between a conservative right that in its own way is attempting to maintain a sense of morality while those on the Left, especially the extreme Left, appear to support an anything goes political outlook.

    However, both sides are failing to see things in accurate context, which is feeding the rage on each side of this political divide.

    The classic case is with immigration. There is case to be made that some attempting to enter the US illegally are doing it simply for the benefits that may be able to acquire as a result of Leftist policies. However, the reality that any sociologist worth their salt could tell you, is that very few people really want to leave their homes and their nations.

    To this end, a majority of immigrants coming to the US are actually fleeing societies that the United States had a very large hand in destabilizing and ruining. As a result, we here in the US are very responsible for a lot of the illegals coming from the South American nations.

    For those that are brought in here to work in the agricultural sector, they are taking jobs that for the most part very few Americans would be willing to work in. Such positions have physically, terrible working conditions that a number of proposals through the years have been made to rectify by implementing work visa programs. However, our agricultural elites and employers have continuously lobbied against such proposals because that would mean they would have to pay livable wages, Social Security, health benefits and other standardized benefits that such people were employed in order to avoid paying such outlays.

    As a result, this particular case is not in reality a Left-Right issue but more one of morality that has been continuously suborned to profit.

    The other cases I would like to mention. is the issue of the Confederate Flag and corresponding monuments and the concept of US Neo-Nazis.

    First and foremost, the Confederate Flag is a standard of the finest field army ever to engage in combat in North America; the Army of Northern Virginia. And the men who populated that army and the others of the Confederacy stood head and shoulder in morality and integrity above any (with a few exceptions) that were found in the Union Forces. In addition that flag and its corresponding monuments are symbols to US history, a proud heritage in the South, and a political viewpoint that had it prevailed in the mid 19th century may have helped avoid many of the issues we are experiencing today, which are for the most part still led by northern\eastern elites.

    Unfortunately, for the South today, its representatives in the state and federal assemblies can barely hold a candle to the political intelligence that was part of the antebellum South’s political leadership.

    Further, even many southerners do not understand their own history, which they have every right to be justifiably proud of; even if it has been sublimated to northern re-constructionist activities since that fateful conflict.

    If most southerners would look up the articles that are freely available from the South’s very own Abbeville Institute, they would find a very serious and proud history that should be understood from a modern perspective and if done so, may change a lot of minds of how they present themselves in order to rid themselves of the stereotypical image of a southerner riding around in a pickup truck with a rifle attached along with the Confederate colors emblazoned somehow on the vehicle. That flag was not to be used for such pseudo-patriotic acts but to be used for actual deference to a proud history that should be better understood and studied by everyone in this nation.

    The second issues I have an issue with is the use of calling a variety of right-winged groups, Neo-Nazis…

    As a military historian, I study several areas of military history with one of them being the inter-war period, that time between the two world wars.

    Most people prefer to study the actual WWII conflict but that is not where the truth of that horrific war lies. The truth lies with the continuous efforts at diplomacy from Germany towards Poland and England.

    Adolph Hitler was not the madman of popular lore but instead a political genius who was also an ultra-nationalist. This of course does not make everything he did good but he certainly does not deserve the popular reputation that he has been branded with.

    He was a man who brought Germany back from the brink of dissolution and turned it into the most economically, powerful economy on the face of the Earth in only five years. He did this primarily by jettisoning the use of Germany’s private banks when performing transactions with the state. As a result, Adolph Hitler and a man named Shach created an internal credit system that was available to both business and citizen alike.

    With the use of such a credit system and the help of a patriotic people along with their businesses he rebuilt Germany’s infrastructure in record time.

    This was what National Socialism provided its people along with a finely 0rganized police service we call the Gestapo. This service was primarily made up of professional police officers and investigators who kept the peace and enforced the laws of the land in highly professional manner.

    The idea that the Gestapo was going around arresting all sorts of people and throwing them into concentration camps before war broke out is patently false. Studies of actual case histories from Gestapo records demonstrate that over 90% of people reported to the Gestapo who were then picked up for questioning were always freed within a 24 hour period.

    So if you wish that the US had adopted some of the concepts used by the National Socialists to make our deteriorating infrastructure substantially better, you would labeled a Neo-Nazi, a Nazi-apologist or some other type of derogatory label.

    This is how US authorities label the two types of groups they see as their opponents, all of which reside in right-wing America. There are however, two types of such groups in the United States; those that have actual legitimate political grievances with the government and US society in general and those that raise that National Socialist flag thinking they are some form of descendant of this ideology then go out a beat up some minority to prove themselves.

    It is the first group just described that supported the National Socialists from a national destiny standpoint. And these groups who are mostly peacefully oriented should be raising a political storm through their local chapters of the ACLU to get such organizations as the Southern Poverty Law Center closed down since it is they who are the ones who continue to unfairly target such groups. Even many honorable Lefties hate the SPLC as it is commonly called. Its own philosophy is its own self-hatred like the Anti-Defamation League and others.

    The second group I described… Well, they are in for a rather rude shock. If they had been around in 1930s Germany running around the way they do today, Germany would have locked them up in some detainment camp and thrown away the key. No such public display of violence or disrespect towards the nation would have ever been allowed in Germany. And it was actually so in the United States years ago when I was growing up in the 1950s and 1960s; if you had burned the US flag then or desecrated it in some manner, you would have been locked up for a little while to cool your heels…

    With this I would say that the author of the article is quite right in his observations. And the US is in serious decline as a result of such events and many others that have taken place and are still taking place.

    Our institutions have become so corrupted that nothing can make sense with them any longer. And this starts from the very bottoms to the very top. So do not be proud that you voted for Trump. He is a mentally ill,narcissistic, psychopath who doesn’t give a rat’s ass about anyone but himself. So too is Hillary Clinton…

    So if you want to save this nation, first read its actual histories and come to grips with them first. It is not easy or feel-good reading.

    Then stand up to defend what is just and true…

  84. Truth says:
    @eah

    There was a practical difference between the jurisdictions, the courthouses, the judges and the juries. As a matter of fact…

    THERE WAS 100% PRACTICAL DIFFERENCE. But hey that’s like some intellectual stuff, man. 9th grade at least so I will give you a pass.

    In any event here is a Babysitter (I.E: “like yours) murder case in which the, quite Caucasoid, babysitter was sentenced to 11 years, and she’s only 20 so she’ll have plenty of baby-rearing years left, So I guess, following your logical example that makes the system anti-black?

    https://people.com/crime/ohio-babysitter-killed-toddler/

    PS: Here’s adorable little Marley Milner, a.k.a, “the victim.” Kinda heartbreaking that you care more about THE EVIL SEMIAN N***RESS ABOVE than poor Marley…

    • Replies: @eah
    , @Rich
  85. Better late than never.

    Of course media here told us about a car driving into a crowd, but this happens over here all the time, Muslims driving into pedestrians, Nice, London, Germany.
    And it had something to do with removing a Civil War statue, not yet very common here, but it happens: slavery and colonialism memories must not be awakend.

    I looked at two websites
    https://www.adl.org/blog/white-supremacists-adopt-new-slogan-you-will-not-replace-us
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unite_the_Right_rally
    Did not even read all about the rally.

    The references to Hitler and Merkel Germany astonished me, those to Hitler Germany of course all negative, FDR’s New Deal was great, the much more effective Hitler/Schacht ‘New Deal’ I see nowhere ever mentioned.
    Also the Merkel and Maas statements astonished me.

    The whole gives me the impression of the beginning of a civil war between USA jews, leading non white USA citizens, against white USA citizens.

    Rising racism and antisemitism in Germany make me wonder when w’ll have Charlotteville events in Germany.
    Though, in Germany, the slightly coloured part of the inhabitants consists of Muslims, most of them not sympathytic to jews.

    Globalisation, migration, CO2 madness, Yellow Vests, we do not live in a dull world.

  86. eah says:
    @Truth

    More blah blah bullshit — but then what else is to be expected from a moronic hack like you — I know nothing of the case you mention; perhaps it was an outrageous miscarriage of justice — certainly the death of a child is always especially tragic — I will not bother to look into it for the simple reason it’s not relevant to the specific comparison I made here — you have no counterarguments to my points about the Fields case which is no doubt why you brought it up.

    Dude, you seem to try to position yourself as some kind of incisive rhetorical takedown artist, ready willing and able to give the rubes their comeuppance — but you are way too stupid for that — it’s pathetic, really.

    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
    , @Truth
  87. Rich says:
    @Truth

    Obviously both female murderers should’ve been given the death penalty. The guy in Charlottesville should have, at the most, been charged with vehicular homicide, although from what I saw he was fleeing rioting mobs armed with bats and sticks and should have been found Not Guilty, but because of poor representation and political pressure, will spend the rest of his life behind bars.

    The main difference between the two baby-killing wenches is that the White one is under 21 and often those under 21, because of our insane leftist judicial system, get lighter sentences.

    • Replies: @Truth
  88. Whitewolf says:
    @mark green

    The “respectable” conservatives are simply the Washington Generals of politics. Trump is just their latest super recruit. We know how the game ends.

  89. Dannyboy says:

    Moral of the story: If you’re going to confront Leftist filth, be sure to kill as many as possible or don’t even bother.

  90. Wally says:
    @niteranger

    said:
    “I warned all of you in the previous article this guy didn’t have a chance.”

    Get in line. We all knew what was coming long before you showed up.

    • Replies: @niteranger
  91. Hal Smith says:

    I never understood the American “tradition” of giving people sentences that are many times longer than the longest lifetime. Is the reasoning that of a witch doctor who believes the spirit of the sentenced person will remain locked up for 419 years after they die a natural death? The government of the United States is run more and more like a mystical kingdom where certain rituals are followed so that there will be good Juju. When G.W. Bush criticized Reaganomics as “Voodoo Economics” he was prescient because now we have voodoo jurisprudence, voodoo immigration and voodoo everything else.

    • Agree: fnn
    • Replies: @Crimson2
    , @Gandydancer
  92. Crimson2 says:
    @Hal Smith

    The trial was fair. You are just a bunch of delusional fools. Expect to be jailed for your crimes.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  93. @anonymous

    Laughing.

    I certainly hope not. But that is not a judge has entered the court having made a decision before trial or during trial and has openly stated a view.

    The express bias is a problem, in ,my view.

  94. Mike G says:
    @Hail

    There are municipalities in America that are Marxist and you shouldn’t find yourself there if a free American.

  95. @eah

    You’re arguing with a guy who thinks the moon landings were faked and that all famous white women are trannies.

    He also thinks Wakanda is a real place.

    • Replies: @Truth
  96. Kim L. says:
    @JLK

    Berkeley is worse than San Francisco, the old Marxists can’t afford to rent or buy there anymore.
    You live in Berkeley because you are so Marxist brainwashed you need the Daily Fix.
    I don’t even want to drive through there anymore on my way home. Last time I did this woman (looks typical Berkeley) ran in front of my car, almost hit her. I would have gone to prison for life maybe.
    These people are brain dead, they have no ability to think for themselves or view facts, the facts must agree with their programing.
    Personally I think the entire Fields thing is fake. Go look at Son of Newo on youtube, his vids proved it. Its what the left needed. These gutter Marxists will do anything to win.
    false flag like all the others

  97. Kim L. says:
    @Agent76

    Iraq war, when the soldiers were masked.

  98. Anonymous[361] • Disclaimer says:
    @Crimson2

    Crimson2,

    The trial wasn’t fair. Although I’ll concede the kid is an idiot. Jail time? No doubt. Life? No way.

    All hail, Crimson2! The self selected sworn enemy of the Unz’ers!

  99. Truth says:
    @Rich

    Twenty is considered an adult in every state from what I know. However I could be wrong.

    • Replies: @Rich
  100. Truth says:
    @eah

    Son, why do you hate America?

  101. Truth says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    1. They were. But don’t take my word, take the word of a guy who was “there.”

    2. Nooooooooooooooo Old Sport, I’m not racist. Famous black women are trannies too. There is no such thing as a famous woman without a Y Chromosome (although, I must admit, it is much more fun bringing up the dudes that spur you to wank while you are thinking about them).

    3. Well, yeah, its just that I’m not much of a speller…

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wauconda,_Illinois

    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
  102. Rich says:
    @Truth

    Sixteen is the most common age to be considered an adult for criminal acts in most states. In some you can be tried at a younger age for certain crimes. 21 and under gives a convicted felon what’s called “youthful offender ” status in most states and usually means lighter sentences.

    It’s all a bunch of liberal nonsense and anyone who commits murder,especially the murder of a child, should be executed.

    • Replies: @Truth
  103. Hail says: • Website
    @follyofwar

    It would have been a career boost for two low paid public defenders

    Denise Lunsford was a former local prosecutor ‘fired’ (demoted to public defender, it seems) following a minor corruption scandal or two. If her strategy was to “play to lose” with Fields to ingratiate herself with her former colleagues, would it be so shocking?

    I do think it’s possible she ends up rewarded by the regime with a book deal.

  104. @Truth

    Actually, this video confirms everything you say as well, just keep watching:

    • Replies: @Truth
  105. @Wally

    Bull….. Go back and read the original article and all the people who thought he could put up a legitimate defense including the author. He’s the first sacrifice of the New World Order.

  106. Hail says: • Website
    @follyofwar

    Boy was I naïve

    You were not the only one. I would say everything about Unite the Right — the planning, the day-of events (following Mayor Mike Signer’s cowardly stab-in-the-back), and the long aftermath of highly selective prosecutions and war-like media propaganda (I think Saddam Hussein’s Iraq got far more favorable coverage than Unite the Right ever did) — shows naivete on the White ethnonationalist side.

    There was a lot of naivete to go around by the circa 1,500 attendees who made it to the rally area before the state of emergency shut everything down. They represented what was at least hundreds of thousands of Americans on the Alt-Right at its peak.

    Where did this naivete come from? It seems uncharacteristic of what we were told the Alt-Right was; uncharacteristic of what the Alt-Right projected itself to be.

    Leadership? A few cantankerous commentators involved in some way in White-ethnonationalist politics have laid the blame exclusively on poor leadership. Mistakes by individual rally organizers and figureheads are an interesting thing to explore, but there is a much more important story here: The long shadow of basic civic-patriotism.

    By civic-patriotism I mean the universal presumption of reciprocal good-faith (here that local authorities would act in good faith), and belief in inherent fairness and justice (here of the police, courts). It is, of course, highly desirable to have these qualities in a population. It comes natural to us. (Many will say they qualities are ubiquitous only in northwestern Europe and its overseas extensions.) Sadly, we were wrong.

    There are several ironies buried in this whole affair, but the air needs to be cleared of the putrid smell of hostile-media stink-bombs, if they are ever to be realized by anything like a general audience.

    • Replies: @notanon
  107. Hail says: • Website
    @Ragno

    in a hundred years’ time, assuming we haven’t murdered them in a scorched-earth fit of stabbing outward from Hell’s heart

    Imagine malicious Charlottesville Mayor Mike Signer (or the like) with access to the nuclear button. If an international-geopolitical Unite the Right occurs, how quickly would the Samson Option become Plan A? It’s just a few Neo-Nazi megadeaths.

    • Replies: @notanon
  108. @Hail

    A Bolshevik Jew is also mayor of Austin, Texas.

  109. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Hail

    Signer’s a Jew nuff said.w

  110. Hail says: • Website
    @densa

    Even the president quickly threw him under the bus.

    The President implied that Fields was guilty and was a monstrous person, but that it would be “for the courts to decide” as to whether Fields was guilty of “terrorism” or just “murder.” That was the full range of options he proposed for what happened.

    Why did Trump do it? Calculated move, or a rare case of T. falling for Fake News?

    CNN&MSNBC were dialed up to war-propaganda mode, megaphoning for Antifa, claiming that it was right-wing terror inspired by MAGA, shrieking and waving the bloody shirt. They accused Trump (in bad faith, as usual) of siding with Unite the Right, following his “there are good people on both sides of the Gen. Lee statue debate” speech.

    Donald Trump has generally had good instincts on these stories in his 3.5-year political career (June 2015 to present). This time, his instincts may have failed him. He may have lamely believed the very Fake News he regularly lambastes. It didn’t help that the real story probably never percolated up to him — no pro-Fields voice ever appeared on Fox News, AFAIK. While the primary sources show reporters on the scene and police all saying it was an accident, Fox may have ordered a coverage “stand down” of their own.

    I am left to conclude that the Internet has not changed information gathering as much as some believe, that there remains a whole lot of power in holding the “megaphone.” (This theme being what animates Ron Unz’ American Pravda article series.)

    • Agree: densa
  111. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @George

    Zimmerman’s fathers a Jew

  112. Da Wei says:
    @follyofwar

    You’re right, I should have named the poet and the poem.

  113. Hail says: • Website
    @SporadicMyrmidon

    comparison with the Kate Steinle case

    Similarity: Both victims were White women in their early 30s (though Kate Steinle was considerably more attractive).

    Difference: James Fields, whatever other faults he may have, is an American, presumably with many generations of nativity in the USA. His ancestors helped Make America ‘Great,’ the first time, in at least some way. The Kate Steinle accidental-shooter, Zarate, was a vagrant and many-times-deported illegal immigrant. Zarate was a net loss for the USA; his ancestors were never in the USA at all. He was, and is, a foreigner.

    Without any further information, one would expect any society, of any time and place, to favor a native (here, Fields) over a foreigner (here, Zarate)…all else held equal.

  114. Truth says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike

    I played it backwards. The badgers were saying; “no one’s been to the moon, jackass.”

    • Replies: @MikeatMikedotMike
  115. Truth says:
    @Rich

    I will take your word for it, my friend, as you seem a level-headed sort. That could be the reason for the disproportionate sentences in the two cases, or, the 7 to one years of sentencing could be attributed simply to different jurisdictions, or, and I know it’s an off-chance; it could be that blacks are charged disproportionately highly for crimes vis-a-vis whites.

    This is the generally accepted tome in every universe I have known to exist, other the the Van-Unzan belt…

  116. Hail says: • Website
    @Stephen Paul Foster

    If the recent history of the Charlottesville debacle and its frenzied media aftermath were somehow to be dubbed into Russian and tweaked a bit, the entire sorry episode could easily be imagined to have been staged somewhere in Brezhnev’s U.S.S.R.

    Or Gorbachev’s USSR but in an alternate reality in which the regime cracked down on protesters even after promising them free speech.

    Brezhnev’s U.S.S.R.

    I wonder, in the late 1970s when the heavy gulag sentences for the Helsinki Group core members for things like “malicious hooliganism” came out, how many people believed the regime line? That is, believed those we call dissidents really were nefarious, anti-Soviet agitators, maybe even fascists? It’s tempting to believe that imagine silent-dissent was the norm, but it’s not hard to imagine most people basically believing the regime narrative, just as with Charlottesville.

  117. Hail says: • Website
    @schrub

    Where are our Doug Christies?

    Unite the Right attendee and scheduled speaker Mike Enoch addressed this in part on Dec. 7, 2018 hours after the “first degree murder” verdict:

    Some people have said why didn’t the Alt Right fund a lawyer for him? Well we wanted to do that. We couldn’t get in touch with him. She wouldn’t let anybody talk to him.

    There were no criminal Virginia criminal lawyers that would take this case.

    Full transcript of the relevant portion [from timestamp 12:15 on Youtube]:

    [MORE]

    Mike Enoch: I don’t think Denis Lunsford deliberately ‘threw’ anything, she just didn’t try very hard. Someone that was trying hard could have gotten an acquittal, or a reduced charge, and really fought hard and really pushed this. And also made this a bigger thing in the media, made media show of it, done press conferences, said, “My client is innocent, this is a setup,” things like that.

    She didn’t do any of that. She kept everything quiet. She kept Fields — Nobody could talk to him.

    Some people have said why didn’t the Alt Right fund a lawyer for him? Well we wanted to do that. We couldn’t get in touch with him. She wouldn’t let anybody talk to him.

    Eric Striker: There’s two problems with finding a lawyer for him. One, she wouldn’t allow Fields to talk to anyone. And two, there are no lawyers in Charlottesville that are licensed to practice there that are competent, other than that Civil War LARPer, that are actually willing to represent these nationalists —

    Mike Enoch: There were no criminal Virginia criminal lawyers that would take this case.

    Eric Striker: That alone should be grounds for moving the case out of that [expletive] district.

    Mike Enoch: Yes!

  118. @Hail

    It sees you are really making the point that the “prejudice” should veer towards Fields. I think that is pretty much right. And yet it absurdly veers in the opposite direction.

    If I had to call it as I see it right now, I’d give Fields one year for negligent homicide. I’ve read various conflicting analyses of this case, and I’m hard-pressed to see how this guy did not make a moral error that should be legally punished. No matter how much he was wronged by those in power that day, it does seems he gave in to his inclinations in a way that produced death. We are not currently at war, and do not have license to kill at will any who seem to be on the other side. We should strive to prevent that. From a practical perspective, his actions have proved quite harmful to anyone who maintains that the rally that day was not simply an expression of unmitigated evil. I’d hope he’d reflect on how he blew it. I really do think he is somewhat morally culpable for killing this woman, on some level, though my actual views now more align with his than with hers.

    I’d give Steinle’s killer maybe two years for negligent homicide or manslaughter. There is no need for excessive incarceration, as he should be deported immediately afterwords, with sanctions built-in for any attempted reentry to the US.

    • Replies: @Gandydancer
  119. schrub says:
    @schrub

    Correction. I accidentally typed the name Paul Thiel. I mean Peter Thiel, Silicon Valley tycoon, Libertarian, and Trump supporter.

  120. Anonymous[658] • Disclaimer says:

    I believe folks out there in Charlottesville now fully apprehend the case for a peaceful secession which the rest of the ‘bad whites’ summarily dismiss as nonsensical. We cannot vote ourselves out of this and no better to understand this than the brave people out there in that community.

    Doesn’t matter who takes the (((helm))), it will virtually be a one-party state like Cali, writ large over the entire US in say two to three decades at max. We in tech clearly see what the future beholds. A clear cut case [discrimination against whites in favor of Indians [dot]] against Indian outsourcing giant TCS was dismissed by a jury in sacramento. We were not surprised at all

    Better to salvage what remains and raise the voice for a secession. Nothing else will work now given the demographic reality of the place. Even if immigration is curtailed now, it might just push back the inevitable by a decade at max. The ‘bad whites’ ignore this at that own peril. Audacious Epigone has been a great addition to the blog and he has time and again raised this issue. I think it’s time has truly come.

  121. schrub says:
    @Plato's Dream

    The people at the customs desks in airports or at borders are well versed in detecting people smuggling things in body cavities. Don’t even think about it.

    • Replies: @Plato's Dream
  122. @Truth

    “I played it backwards.”

    Consistent with your views on most things.

    • Replies: @Truth
  123. lavoisier says: • Website
    @Bennis Mardens

    And they intend to bring that message home to all of us.

    Trump has failed to defend the people who supported his candidacy and instead has made alliances with the people who are the mortal enemies of the historic American nation.

    This will not end well for anyone.

  124. @SporadicMyrmidon

    Fields wasn’t “negligent”. He determinedly and rapidly drove his car a full block towards and into a crowd of people with the clear intent of maiming and killing as many as he could. The judge was right, even if he shouldn’t have said it. None of the trials have been fair, but getting upset over the one case where the sentence was fully justified is retarded.,

    • Replies: @notanon
    , @SporadicMyrmidon
  125. @Hail

    It wasn’t equal. Fields killed and maimed many people with deliberate and sustained intent. Zarate shot a woman via ricochet from an apparent unintentional discharge of a gun that I don’t believe wasn’t his. Yeah, he should have been locked up (and maybe whipped) before that and for a long time after, but that doesn’t mean Fields should be punished less.

  126. @Hal Smith

    “I never understood the American “tradition” of giving people sentences that are many times longer than the longest lifetime.”

    You haven’t paid any attention to the JailBreak legislation https://www.conservativereview.com/news/yes-the-house-passed-jailbreak-bill-releases-criminal-aliens-from-prison/ that will soon be law, have you? A sentence of 400 years is no guarantee that the convicted will serve any particular length of time, just an indication that someone doesn’t want him to get out, probably unsatisfied.

  127. @RouterAl

    “Finally did not the grossly obese ms Meyer, a fine product of her equally obese parents, not die of a heart attack before the accident.”

    Nope, she suffered a crushed chest and a torn aorta and died as an immediate result. Is your Google broken?

    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
  128. “Zimmerman’s fathers a Jew”

    Your point? Zimmerman is a former choir boy, takes after his mother I presume.

  129. Truth says:
    @schrub

    Where are our Doug Christies?

    Well he’s only half yours; but he’s probably enjoying his generous league pension.

  130. Anonymous[405] • Disclaimer says:

    One shouldn’t overstate the case. It’s outlandish to say, “Fields did nothing wrong.

    What is outlandish about it? Pedestrians were blocking the right of way. Pedestrians typically make way for oncoming cars. Fields reasonably expected the pedestrians on Water Street to act as pedestrians typically do. As Fields proceeded down the street, pedestrians did make way for him. He even applied the brakes at one point to allow one to get out of the way. He was then attacked and, finding himself surrounded by a crowd, concluded that his best chance of escape was forward.

  131. Anonymous[405] • Disclaimer says:
    @Deschutes

    What a steaming pile of bullshit this article was. He fucking drove his car into hundreds of protestors, deliberately and premeditatedly, killing one lady and seriously injuring countless others.

    Fiekds reasonably expected people to move out of the way of an oncoming car. Normal people move out of the way. Fields even applied the brakes at one point to allow one of the pedestrians more time to move.

  132. fnn says:

    Fiekds reasonably expected people to move out of the way of an oncoming car. Normal people move out of the way.

    Especially since the Democrat Governor had declared a State Of Emergency several hours before and thus let it be known that it was time for the rioting and demonstrating to cease.

  133. @eah

    THAT is what lynching was for.

  134. @Steve Naidamast

    Great post, but a few quibbles.

    However, the reality that any sociologist worth their salt could tell you, is that very few people really want to leave their homes and their nations.

    Sure, if by a few you mean 640 million.

    To this end, a majority of immigrants coming to the US are actually fleeing societies that the United States had a very large hand in destabilizing and ruining.

    There’s no doubt the U.S. has caused bad craziness all over the hemisphere. But this hoary People’s History-like argument is kind of like saying that a tree I was cutting down 20 years ago accidentally hit my neighbor’s home and destroyed his roof; that’s why he’s a jobless alcoholic.

    The United States dropped two kiloton-class nukes on Hiroshima. Today, Japan is perhaps the most developed nation on Earth. The United States firebombed Dresden and helped to lay waste to much else in Germany. Yet, that country is the very First-World archetype.

    But when Uncle Sam doesn’t send enough gibs to Haiti or racks up a little collateral damage while removing a vicious dictator, then it’s you break, you buy where the first you is globalist warlords and the second is white taxpayers.

    The truth is that the chief reason Central America is a basket case is because it’s filled with Central Americans. The largest hand in that lab fire is God’s.

    Ultimately, the problem is that if someone believes that ordinary Americans are actually responsible for the ills of the POCs, they must answer how much money, in dollars per year, they are prepared to forcibly extort at gunpoint from their countrymen to provide la buena vida to our brown wards.

    Revilo Oliver had a good answer.

    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
  135. @Negrolphin Pool

    Whoops, should say Japan, not Hiroshima.

  136. notanon says:
    @Hail

    naivete

    yes – they believed they still lived in America (free country) and not Weimerica (soft gulag).

    Cville pulled the mask off.

    (which is why it was both bad and good)

    • Replies: @Hail
  137. notanon says:
    @Hail

    yes – winning the culture war is step 1, avoiding the resulting paranoia driven nuclear masada is step 2, mars is step 3

  138. notanon says:
    @Gandydancer

    He determinedly and rapidly drove his car a full block towards and into a crowd of people

    what speed would he have been going if that were true?

    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
  139. notanon says:
    @Steve Naidamast

    I find this very odd that municipal authorities would simply abdicate their own responsibilities towards maintaining the peace and order when knowingly to not do so would erupt into what happened.

    they tell the police to stand down and let antifa attack people so they can use the resulting violence to deny the civil rights of right-wing protesters.

  140. @Gandydancer

    My Google must be broken too. No article on the first page mentions “aorta” once.

    As others have pointed out, chest trauma can be caused by and is often a consequence of aggressive resuscitation efforts. Aortic dissection can also be caused by CPR.

    Has that been ruled out? Links?

  141. Bubba says:
    @densa

    Thanks for that explanation. I was one of the ignorant/tricked ones. Your comment about statins and diabetes is spot on and hit me right between the eyes. And thanks for the Dr. Campbell (both) information!

    • Replies: @densa
  142. Bubba says:
    @densa

    We have the media in such a shameless state that Pravda is too good a word for it. And we have millions of good-whites completely blind to the hate they propagate and the harm they are doing our society.

    That sums it up very well. It’s always great to read your comments.

  143. @notanon

    Matted from a standstill, I got 99 m.p.h, assuming linear acceleration and a 900-foot city block in a 2010 Challenger SE. That’s extrapolating from its 7.5 sec 0-60 time. In reality, it would probably be around 80 m.p.h. due to acceleration decreasing with speed. Extrapolated from 0-60 time, the quarter-mile speed is 120 m.p.h. but actual quarter-mile speed is 90, a 25 percent reduction. For 900 feet rather than 1320, multiplying by .8 would seem about right.

    But he had those fancy carbon-looking rims and a spoiler. Does anyone know if it was an SE? If it was an R/T — although I didn’t see any R/T badge — balls out would have been closer to 95 m.p.h.

  144. @anon

    EXACTLY the same. B/C the (((same people))) run it.

  145. Hail says: • Website
    @notanon

    Cville pulled the mask off.

    Sadly, I doubt if more than a few measly percent of White Americans have had access to the real story.

  146. bjondo says:
    @mark green

    oesn’t she tend to tip-toe around the Jews like all the other ‘respectable’ conservatives?

    probably.

    i’ve seen a couple of videos, few minutes ea, of coulter.

    other than liking those videos and

    giving coulter some support here, i know little about her.

    dont see much tv.

  147. @Gandydancer

    I’d certainly be willing to impose a harsher penalty if a detailed examination of the evidence warranted it. I’ve read MSM articles and various articles from sites like this, and am calling it as I see it right now.

    That said, first degree murder seems absurd. EVEN if he intended to seek vengeance via murder from the moment he got in his car, he was still in an impaired frame of mind as a result of the actions of “law enforcement” and “counter-protesters”. Some of the “counter-protesters” were behaving violently, even if the victim of Mr. Fields was not, and this influences his frame of mind. The legal authorities abdicated their responsibilities and allowed violent counter-protesters to shape the course of events, and it seems the actions of Mr. Fields are considerably shaped by that, as morally flawed as I think they seem to be.

    My own sense is that he did not get in the car with the intent to kill anyone. It is possible that when he confronted crowds of hostile protesters on the streets, he gave in to emotion and momentarily acted in response to a desire for vengeance.

    Even if he got in the car with intent to kill, I’d say that is 2nd degree murder at most.

    Although I am objectively supporting the supposed “white racist” here, this case buttresses my sympathy for those who claim that blacks (especially lower-class “throwaway” blacks) are routinely screwed by the judicial system.

    It really is anarcho-tyranny. Some get away and some get brutality.

    • Replies: @Negrolphin Pool
  148. anon[390] • Disclaimer says:
    @SMK

    you’re probably right because of who controls the media, the same one frames the narrative

  149. anon[390] • Disclaimer says:
    @mark green

    “How many f’ing jews….”

    lol

  150. anon[390] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Naidamast

    I find this very odd that municipal authorities would simply abdicate their own responsibilities towards maintaining the peace and order when knowingly to not do so would erupt into what happened.

    these municipal authorities and antifa are on the same side, why would it surprise you?

    Though I support a number of Left promoted proposals in terms of social policy (ie: single payer health care), I have no illusions about many of the Left-supported politicians both at the state and federal levels. Many of them are as bad as the right-winged politicians that populate the Republican party, who, despite their vileness are at least more honest than their Left-oriented counterparts as to what they represent.

    the biggest sin of the Republican politicians is they sell out their own base

    why do you think it is that the Wall never got built, the 30+ million illegal aliens didn’t get deported and obozocare didnt get repealed? The “Republicans” controlled every branch of government

  151. anon[390] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Naidamast

    The classic case is with immigration. There is case to be made that some attempting to enter the US illegally are doing it simply for the benefits that may be able to acquire as a result of Leftist policies. However, the reality that any sociologist worth their salt could tell you, is that very few people really want to leave their homes and their nations.

    i’m not surprised if half of Africa and Central and South America want to come here and why wouldn’t they? Once their cousin phones home and tells them about all the free sh#t they can get while living off whitey’s dime….

    To this end, a majority of immigrants coming to the US are actually fleeing societies that the United States had a very large hand in destabilizing and ruining. As a result, we here in the US are very responsible for a lot of the illegals coming from the South American nations.

    no we’re not. the crooked politicians are responsible, just like they are the ones responsible for bombing Syria, destroying Iraq, murdering Quaddafi, overthrowing the govts of Tunisia, Egypt etc. These politicians need to be held personally accountable

    For those that are brought in here to work in the agricultural sector, they are taking jobs that for the most part very few Americans would be willing to work in.

    who brought them here? Not me

    if these business owners cant find laborers then they need to increase the wages they offer

    when these business owners claim they can’t find workers what they mean is they can’t find workers for the price they want to pay

    • Agree: densa
  152. anon[390] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Naidamast

    If most southerners would look up the articles that are freely available from the South’s very own Abbeville Institute, they would find a very serious and proud history that should be understood from a modern perspective and if done so, may change a lot of minds of how they present themselves in order to rid themselves of the stereotypical image of a southerner riding around in a pickup truck with a rifle attached along with the Confederate colors emblazoned somehow on the vehicle.

    and what’s wrong with that?

    nothing

  153. densa says:
    @Bubba

    You’re welcome! Good luck and don’t get mislead by the paleo craze. The doctors I’m talking about are more about using good carbs wisely to get your metabolism to create energy instead of fat. It’s hard to adjust to at first because we never hear about it, but you’ll feel so good it becomes a gradual lifestyle change.

    Sorry this response is so delayed. If we see each other here in the future, let me know if you were able to make the changes. (It helps to have the whole household on board, but that’s not easy either!)

  154. I’m not sure how it got to the point where Police arrest people for protecting themselves against attack. In earlier ages the Police would have insisted that you have the absolute right to protect yourself and your family. Why do the Police (at least at the brass levels) side with the Mob?

  155. @SporadicMyrmidon

    Although I am objectively supporting the supposed “white racist” here, this case buttresses my sympathy for those who claim that blacks (especially lower-class “throwaway” blacks) are routinely screwed by the judicial system.

    The throwaway blacks that are routinely “screwed” by the judicial system, through plea deals and convictions wrong or right, are the result of the advent of procedural justice, the essence of which is the legal technicality. Man murders wife. Gets off because the bloody DNA-covered knife was inadmissible. Turns out the cop didn’t have a warrant and the knife was in the trunk.

    Procedural justice is just one of many possible maladaptive responses that emerge when two racial groups of radically different criminal propensities are bound by the same legal system. As Steve Sailer has repeatedly pointed out, the result is inherent instability, with tempestuous crime waves followed by “criminal justice reform” movements, followed in turn by new crime waves.

    What the Fields case represents is a new, pernicious turn in this inevitable dynamic. The now ascendant criminogenic minorities wield enough influence to begin imposing outcome equality of incarceration rates. If three out of every 10 black males are felons, then in order to balance accounts, three in 10 white males must also be felons. How do you get there? Convicting of first degree murder those clearly acting in self-defense against a rabid mob is a start.

    The Fields trial is a radical repositioning of the incarceration threshold in the service of criminal justice outcome equality, in extreme favor of blacks and to the extreme detriment of whites. I can almost guarantee some of these jurors were thinking what the black juress on “OJ, Made in America” said when asked, “was your verdict a form of payback for X?”

    Yes, this is a form of payback. It’s a perceived reckoning of historical accounts. It’s white’s misguided sense of fairness and blacks’ sense of tribalistic grievance reacting with enough heat to shortly reach a civic flash point. As you and Sam Francis say, the result is anarcho-tyranny, illegitimate by definition.

    This train, once set in motion, has no brakes. It will only be stopped through equal and opposing force.

  156. Hmmmmm . . .

    I am not sure many of you are familiar with Miss Coulter. She is a conservative. Though I think we part ways on the issue of color, though she is keenly more aware the historical realities than many here, her position on Israel and Jews is quite clear.

    1. She thinks they have far too much influence on US politics — though her language would far more blunt and stark than my own.

    2. she believes as most christians believe that Jews are need of salvation just like everyone else.

    Her position on immigration is one of the strictest on record, save for her openness to immigrating the supposed best and the brightest — from some countries like Great Britain. he has the 14th amendment issue spot on cold.

    I have no idea why some conservative wealthy male has been unable to woo here. But I disagree with rumors that she is anything other than a heterosexual women.

    She and Laura Ingraham remain enigmas because they both want healthy heterosexual relationships — one would think that would be a slam dunk for either. And while they were off the wall like most after 9/11, they are both willing to admit when they are rong — even it its like pulling teeth or pulling spines from a porcupine.

  157. fnn says:

    No surprise the authorities were acting in concert with Antifa. Despite their declared ideologies, Antifa is a tool of Big Money (cheap labor lobby) and the state security organs. FBI/DOJ target and prosecute right-wing political street fighting groups (Proud Boys, RAM), but carefully avoid prosecuting Antifa. The Jan. 20 inauguration rioters couldn’t be ignored, but all got off either scot free or with a slap on the wrist.

    • Agree: densa
  158. Was Heather Heyer’s cause of death definitively determined at the trial? Of the various videos that there are of the event, none, to my knowledge, show this woman being struck by a car. Was Fields actually driving the car? Photos of Fields during the rally show him wearing glasses. The driver of the car was not wearing glasses. See “The Charlottesville Operation” at http://dcdave.com/article5/170901.htm.

  159. The whole thing has been a political charade, capped by this Soviet-style show trial. See “The Charlottesville “Operation.” http://www.dcdave.com/article5/170901.htm. The valuable YouTube links in that article have all been taken down, no doubt forcibly by YouTube/Google. I’ve heard nothing about actual cause of death as revealed in the trial. News reports routinely say Fields hit Heyer’s with his car, but I have heard of no supporting evidence, either medical, witness, of video. Furthermore, as pointed out in my article, strong photographic evidence indicates that someone other than Fields was driving the car.

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