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Gunfire erupted on the streets of Kenosha, Wisconsin on the third day of race riots led by anarchists and the left-wing NGO Black Lives Matter.

Kenosha, which is 67% white and working class, has been abandoned by Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers, who has released public statements providing moral support to the rioters and rejected federal law enforcement resources.

Multiple white-owned family businesses have been burned to the ground in the pogroms. The police have been tepid in their attempts to keep the peace due to political pressure from above.

A video published to Twitter early Wednesday shows a young white man with an AR-15 on the ground being jumped by a mob. The man fired his rifle at the attackers, wounding at least two.

A still image from the incident shows that at least one of the anarchist aggressors pulled out a handgun during the melee.

It is not known who the young man being attacked is or what group he belonged to. In the wake of police and state negligence, armed local citizens in Kenosha banded together to defend one another and their small businesses. They were filmed on rooftops earlier in the night.

The mainstream media has largely covered up the anti-white violence in Kenosha, but after it emerged that a white man may have used force in self-defense, Jewish New York Times journalist Seth Abramson excitedly speculated that the shooter may have been a “white supremacist terrorist” in a now deleted tweet.

While the judicial and media ecosystem has become hyper-politicized and a fair trial is a rare gem, the shooter has multiple advantages in this instance.

The first one is that left-wing propagandists were largely absent from the scene. So far, conservative outlets like the Daily Wire and the Daily Caller appear to be the only ones who were on the ground, thus increasingly the likelihood of more objective coverage.

The next advantage is Kenosha’s white working class demographic, which went for Donald Trump in 2016. Judging from the evidence available, a jury made up of peers is unlikely to reach a guilty verdict against the shooter under the current circumstances.

The fate of this young man depends on conservatives in the media breaking solidarity with citizens fending for themselves after being abandoned by their government and police force.

What will they choose?

(Republished from National Justice by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. My prediction is that we are heading toward something like Northern Ireland.
    In the absence (or partial absence) of law enforcement, militant groups will fill the vacuum and there will be shootouts between them.

    Also, doxing will evolve and we may witness assassinations of journalists, politicians and activists of militant groups. It’s very easy given how much data is publicly available. If judges and DA’s release or refuse to prosecute militants, vigilantes will use arrest records to identify them.

    • Replies: @ThreeCranes
  2. Vetcon says:

    I’m glad to see White Americans banding together to finally start protecting what is rightfully theirs. As a veteran of the Armed Forces, I’m sickened by what has happened to our nation, yet the browning of America continues and to many stupid people just sit back and do nothing.

    Not this Veteran!

    • Agree: Realist
    • Thanks: mark green
  3. Gunga Din says:

    More and more it’s apparent that we’re on our own when it comes to defending yourself from people who would do you harm. No more depending on the police to rescue you, especially in democrat run cities and states.

  4. If the antifa gang chasing this guy down had caught him and disarmed him, they would have given him a life-threatening beating or killed him.

    Self-defense. If the antifas had done this to a police officer, there would be no question the officer would have had a right to defend himself with deadly force.

    Its about time the same rights of self-defense extended to police officers be afforded to civilians being attacked by antifa thugs.

  5. Wyatt says:
    @Vetcon

    It’s unfortunate, but I don’t ever see a white president ordering federal troops to shoot rampaging socialists or blacks. Every president in the last 80 years who’s had the chance to engage in animal control when the dark folk riot has balked at the idea. It’s also going to get progressively more difficult for whites to use the 2A to defend themselves in the face of black DAs who refuse to prosecute criminals and who want to sue the NRA.

    Still, the browning of America has one small upside. President Pedro is going to have less compunction about ordering the Nat Guard to shoot blacks than the white presidents did. Mexicans don’t like blacks and thank God they don’t.

    • Agree: RadicalCenter
    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    , @Exile
  6. fnn says:

    This doesn’t look good, the Woke Bolsheviks at the FBI are now involved:
    https://wkow.com/2020/08/26/1-dead-2-hurt-after-shooting-near-protests-in-kenosha/

    UPDATE: Sheriffs officials looking for ‘possible vigilante’ suspect after deadly shooting in Kenosha

    Kenosha Police and the FBI are investigating what led up to the shooting.

    • Replies: @El Dato
  7. Chris Moore says: • Website

    Jewish New York Times journalist Seth Abramson excitedly speculated that the shooter may have been a “white supremacist terrorist” in a now deleted tweet.

    Leave it to the Zionist propagandist to declare a White man defending himself a “White supremacist.” This is ideological Zionism in America on open display. ZOG is a conspiracy theory? Yeah, right.

    The Jewish Serpent is right now all over America doing its worst. The Black Lives Mob will run rampant until the Zionist propagandists are dealt with.

    • Agree: the grand wazoo
  8. El Dato says:
    @fnn

    Kenosha Police and the FBI are investigating what led up to the shooting.

    I wonder what that could be?

    Maybe nooses in shop windows?

    Also, Seth Abramson really needs the shrink. If you are fantasizing on Twitter about your craving of seeing Cossacks riding like it’s CZAR TIME again, you may well end up sleeping in the bathtub with a wolfsdoge and a FAL as companion soon-ish. I don’t know the gentleman personally, but that’s my recommendation. These impulses need to be checked out.

  9. Ko says:

    None of this will get better until everyone can admit that racism is colorblind.

  10. Rahan says:

    The wounded rioter got… *disarmed* by the looks of the wound…

  11. @Undocumented Shopper

    “we may witness assassinations of journalists, politicians and activists of militant groups. It’s very easy given how much data is publicly available. If judges and DA’s release or refuse to prosecute militants, vigilantes will use arrest records to identify them.”

    This would definitely get their attention and they would redouble their efforts to persecute noble defenders of our Constitutional right to self defense. The right to self defense is one of the most ancient in Anglo-Saxon law. Jews, being Semites, have no such tradition and recognize no such right. We cannot let them deny us of this most fundamental Law of Nature (or Rights of Man as the Enlightenment thinkers called it). This isn’t just a rhetorical line in the sand, it is the literal one. We are either a European or we are an Afro/Semitic civilization. This is it, folks. If we lose this, we are lost as a people.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  12. @Wyatt

    Every president in the last 80 years who’s had the chance to engage in animal control when the dark folk riot has balked at the idea.

    It is not up to the president. This is not France.

    This is a job for mayors and governors. The latter are often, and the former always, elected by the dark folk themselves.

    • Agree: Servant of Gla'aki
    • Replies: @Hibernian
    , @36 ulster
  13. Hibernian says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    The President has the power to suppress an Insurrection.

    • Replies: @Servant of Gla'aki
  14. From what I saw, the kid was being chased down by the mob to begin with. He did a great job of extracting himself from the situation. I don’t know if I’d have done it any differently.

    This Abramson, with his weasel words “if it turns out”, written when he can see very much that this was a lone guy getting chased by a mob, is a lying piece of shit.

    This is a feel-good video, and it ought to be the “flashpoint” for discussion of how to band together more and use the great strength in numbers that we have to turn this violence on the black thugs and the Commies. It can be done easily, with a lot of courage from the “early adopters”. It takes only the smallest bit of courage out of most of us in not giving a damn what names we may get called.

  15. What’s next? Genocide?

  16. white kid who defended himself from white communist/black BLM thug mob

    has now been charged with First Degree Murder. As if

    we needed more proof that

    the Jew’d (((system)) – Drumpf included – is on the blackthug/white communist side.

    • LOL: 36 ulster
    • Replies: @Tusk
    , @botazefa
  17. jsinton says:

    Rich bankers with the FED security behind them setting America aflame to cover their scam. The protesters are not the enemy, no more than the police. The NWO couldn’t GET Trump any other way, so they will destroy America to protect their grift. Let the rabble fight amongst themselves.

  18. Tusk says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    The shooter is apparently a libertarian who was at the riot to support BLM in destroying government property. Whether or not he is innocent in the matter of the shooting doesn’t change the fact he is hardly on “our” side in this matter. He is also apparently 25% Hispanic, so hardly a fellow White.

    • Disagree: Twodees Partain
    • Replies: @Hibernian
    , @Rich
    , @Alden
  19. @ThreeCranes

    Consider – it takes a jury, supposedly of your peers, to render a verdict. Since a prosecutor can convict a ‘ham sandwich’ as has been declared, there really is no justice in the US.

    The entire justice system needs to be wiped out. The entire Fed Gov needs to be eliminated. Individual state governments need to be brought back into line to what is reasonable as far as law is concerned. The very idea that a bunch of slimy politicians are endowed with the only ability to create the laws we are supposed to live under, while they always skate free, is an absurdity.

    • Replies: @animalogic
    , @botazefa
  20. Hibernian says:
    @Tusk

    He was there to defend property from Antifa/BLM. Do you think he’d be charged with Murder One if he was on the other side? Not to mention your race obsession. And please do remember the dude’s 17 y.o.

    • Replies: @Tusk
  21. 36 ulster says:
    @Reg Cæsar

    …not to mention that the rioters and “leaders” are both financed by Soros & Co.

  22. KenH says:

    Kenosha, which is 67% white and working class,

    And about 17% Latino. Tucker Carlson pointed out that Latinos tend to work and are noticeably absent from Kenosha rioting which is true. Ron Unz can feel partly vindicated.

    Kenosha is also around 11% black and most of the blacks have migrated from Milwaukee and Chicago looking for a better life or so they claim (or to flee law enforcement scrutiny in those cities). When blacks and browns seek a better life that means heading to an area with lots of white people.

    Like every place with a black population they cause most of the problems which will only worsen as their numbers grow mostly due to migration mostly from Milwaukee and Chicago.

    But Kenosha is no Republican stronghold. It’s a battleground city. In 2016 Trump only won the city by less than 300 votes so white leftards joined with latinos and blacks joined forces and almost delivered a win for Hildabeast.

  23. Tusk says:
    @Hibernian

    Any source to proving your claim that he was against Antifa? Because there are videos on Twitter with him and the other anti-Government libertarians talking about “no lives matter until black lives matter” and “as long as you’re against the government and not each other we support you”. Gaslighting that he was some pro-America White defending against the radical hordes is counterfactual and in fact just plays into their hand. This was two pro-BLM factions engaged in violence.

    • Replies: @Polemos
  24. Exile says:
    @Wyatt

    Every White man has the responsibility to put himself and his family in the best situation for what’s coming. First and foremost this means White solidarity with as many men as you can muster – for physical community and infrastructure as well as social networking and political activism.

    Look at what has happened in just the last ten years. Two-party kosher politics is a trap and the GOP is a Judas goat for White interests. The center isn’t holding. There are two sides and you can see the battle lines forming in the streets.

    We have to look to our own for safety, security and the means to push back.

    Some food for thought:

    https://themannerbund.com/

    https://theamericansun.com/2019/12/16/so-you-want-to-build-a-mannerbund/

  25. @Hibernian

    The President has the power to suppress an Insurrection.

    And after he’s been re-elected, he will perhaps do exactly that. Taking such forceful action prior to receiving the electoral mandate of re-election, will simply serve as fuel for the fire of Color-coded revolution. But once his Presidency has been re-ratified by the voters, then the politician-generals in the Armed Forces will do as they’re told. Pushing that envelope right now, would be falling right into the DNC/BLM/ANTIFA trap.

    • Agree: botazefa
  26. Truth says:
    @Vetcon

    How’s that recliner tonight, comfy?

  27. @RoatanBill

    “Since a prosecutor can convict a ‘ham sandwich’ as has been declared, ”
    I think it’s “indict” a ham sandwich at the grand jury stage.

    • Thanks: RoatanBill
  28. @Rahan

    Truly impressive gunfighting by this young 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse, keeping his mental discipline amidst life-and-death struggles, cool and quick and agile as he implemented the ancient gunfighter’s maxim to be speedy but also take the fraction of a second to be on target: ‘Take your time, fast!’

    Here, just after Rittenhouse was knocked down by upright attackers who have at least one gun of their own, Kyle on his butt quickly pivoting his weapon to shoot two people before they can kill him – ‘Better to live one day like a lion …’

    • Agree: Rahan
  29. Smith says:

    Man, if this kid gets charged, this is the absolute case where it’s shown the 2A is toilet paper in the USA.

    But seriously, good shooting, kid. That was some Max Payne shit. I don’t think I can do that sit up, turn and shoot in lower stance myself.

  30. @Vetcon

    You deserve to be roped in the street for willingly fighting so many of Zion’s wars to our racial detriment.

  31. Rich says:
    @Tusk

    It will be interesting to see if your statement is correct that he was actually a blm supporter. And, as a matter of fact, someone 25% Hispanic very possibly could be close to 100% European. He would have been allowed to vote in the Old South and those guys were experts on being White. Interestingly enough, someone 50% Jewish in Nazi Germany could serve in the military and receive all rights of a German citizen.

  32. botazefa says:
    @Haxo Angmark

    white kid who defended himself from white communist/black BLM thug mob

    Why did that kid put himself in the position of possibly having to fire a gun? it’s one thing to stand one’s ground, armed in your own house.

    It’s quite another thing to take a gun to a riotous situation. It’s a stupid thing to do.

    • Agree: Parsnipitous
    • Replies: @Hippopotamusdrome
  33. botazefa says:
    @RoatanBill

    The entire justice system needs to be wiped out. The entire Fed Gov needs to be eliminated. Individual state governments need to be brought back into line to what is reasonable as far as law is concerned.

    Brooms! All we need is some giant brooms. Sweep it all into the dustbin!

    Simple solutions are tantalizing, but often impractical. It’s understandable if one feels like the problem has become so intolerable that utter destruction is the only solution. Understandable, but not constructive. Political problems require political solutions. The minority of US citizens who want to watch it all burn don’t have the resources to see their will enacted.

    So what’s the point of ‘whining’ about burning it all down, as you’re doing here, Bill? A search for camaraderie? Well, certainly you’ll find that brotherhood on the Internet, but don’t let that fool you into believing your desire to burn it all down is anything but a minority position held by frustrated people.

    I’m sympathetic to the frustration, but I’m not about to take a broom to an antifa riot. Not unless it arrives on my doorstep, leaving me no choice.

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  34. @botazefa

    Lets run a small logic experiment.

    What does the average person feel about the politicians in office? Are they well respected or are they generally considered to be human trash out for themselves?

    These politicians write the laws. Don’t they?

    Why would anyone want to continue a system where some of the worst characters in the society get to run it and tell decent people how to live their lives?

    I fail to see why anyone wouldn’t want to get rid of a system that is irrational in its operations.

    So, tell me why you don’t want to eliminate it.

    BTW – burn it down is your inflammatory phrase, not mine. I want the states to secede and cancel the Fed Gov’s contract, to get rid of all this infighting that the two parties use while the country spirals into oblivion. With the Fed Gov gone, politics becomes local to the current state level only. It’s much harder to control 50 points than the single one in DC. Without the Fed Gov monopoly, people will vote with their feet as failed policies won’t have a source for a bail out as is now the case.

    • Replies: @botazefa
  35. botazefa says:
    @RoatanBill

    Lots to work through here.

    The entire justice system needs to be wiped out.

    BTW – burn it down is your inflammatory phrase, not mine

    I thing the idea of ‘burning it down’ is a fair representation of your original ‘wiped out.’ Both are immediate, complete, and irreversible. Fire is the best way of wiping something out. I don’t feel like I inflamed your comment,l. I brought it into focus.

    But from your reply I can see you didn’t actually mean to suggest wiping out the Federal government literally. You’re talking about using a political process now. That’s what I suggested.

    What does the average person feel about the politicians in office? Are they well respected or are they generally considered to be human trash out for themselves?

    These politicians write the laws. Don’t they?

    I think the Average American has a lot of respect for politicians. This is reflected in the high level of animosity we have toward them. One doesn’t hate that which one doesn’t respect. I agree with you that it seems like they are out for themselves. I’ll bet if we ask them, each and everyone will claim that they are only doing what their constituencies desire.

    Perhaps they are narcissistically inclinated for the good of their people.

    I think ALEC and similar lobbyist fronts for the wealthy write the laws. Politicians’ jobs are primarily about getting elected. It is their constituency (wealthy, by and large) tasked with drafting legislation.

    We’re largely in agreement, no? I suppose had you not used the ‘wiped out’ verbiage I wouldn’t have responded. If I misunderstood you as one of those fools who wants to burn everything down I am sorry.

    So, tell me why you don’t want to eliminate it.

    I don’t want to eliminate the Federal government. Why? Because chaos will fill the vacuum. Much like after a big explosion is used to eliminate/wipe-out something.

    Are you sure you don’t want to burn it all down?

    • Replies: @RoatanBill
  36. @botazefa

    I want to eliminate the Fed Gov because it is the absolute source of all the problems. There’s enough ‘government’ at the state level to satisfy any statist desire for control, in my opinion. I see the Fed Gov as an unnecessary evil we are currently stuck with that has no positives and an almost unlimited supply of negatives.

    Without the Fed Gov, states would become countries, or conglomerations of states would become countries. Numerous experiments would be run to allow people to determine which experiment suits them best and people would vote with their feet and wallets for the area they like.

    California and New York would quickly discover there’s no free lunch once the Federal Reserve disappears like a bad dream. Real money would necessary have to be used because I don’t think any state could get away with another fiat currency if just one state, like Texas, used something tangible that couldn’t be conjured into existence.

    It is the monopoly power of the Fed Gov that keeps experiments from being run to determine what good, or at least better, gov’t looks like.

    The justice system is completely broken and can’t be fixed. It needs to be done away with and a minimum of laws could suffice, including a recognition that the people are above the gov’t and any laws that attempt to reverse that are null and void, such as the laws preventing people from owning the weapon of their choice without get permission from anyone.

    • Replies: @botazefa
  37. botazefa says:
    @RoatanBill

    I want to eliminate the Fed Gov because it is the absolute source of all the problems.

    I get where you are coming from. I can see how you could conclude that the Federal government is the source of all our problems. Maybe you are right. Also I suggest you consider another prime suspect, identified long ago: Women.

    Without the Fed Gov, states would become countries, or conglomerations of states would become countries.

    A de facto Federal Government, no? How long before we’d then have to secede at the city/county level? Maybe the problem is about governance generally.

    I’m not happy with the Federal government, either. But if it is eliminated something will fill tat void, and that something will almost certainly be worse. I’m not eager to have Greg Abbott or Gavin Newsome unrestrained. Or that wretched Michigan fraud. Are you so willing?

    Real money would necessary have to be used because I don’t think any state could get away with another fiat currency

    What real money? Gold? Gold doesn’t work as currency. Bank notes? Been there, done that. If you want to see what happens when there’s no fiat currency, read about the post Revolutionary decades of multiple currencies, counterfeiting, and debt prisons. A state, all states, will either invent a fiat currency or be indebted to another state that provides one. Eliminating Federal government won’t change that. The Federal Reserve is a problematic other problem, but at least its supposed to be nonpolitical.

    The justice system is completely broken and can’t be fixed. It needs to be done away with and a minimum of laws could suffice

    That’s an exaggeration. The justice system has problems that are very solvable. I may seem out of control, in the short term, but history is riddled with seemingly uncontrollable problems that eventually are bent to collective human will. And again you are using a synonym of burning it all down with ‘done away with.’

    It’s fine if you think the deck needs to be reshuffled. I can feel that way sometimes, too. Maybe that’s how antifa feels.

  38. unit472 says:
    @brabantian

    Had Rittenhouse done this two days before how many burned businesses would he have saved? All of them? Dindu’s do not like aimed rifle fire. It reminds them they won’t even hear the shot that ends their predatory existence. There is no ambulance ride to the hospital after being hit in the head with a rifle round. Just to the morgue.

  39. Alden says:
    @Tusk

    How did you find out he’s 25% Hispanic? One grandparent. Hispanic includes the White Europeans of the Iberian peninsula as well
    as every variety of Latin America.

  40. @botazefa

    It’s a stupid thing to do.

    It’s actually a totally badass thing to do.

    • Agree: JimDandy
  41. Polemos says:
    @Tusk

    Post the links to the Twitter interviews you’re describing.

    Here is a link to the Daily Caller interview:

    He says he was there to protect property and provide medical assistance. Interestingly, he describes an earlier scene where they talked some folks down from burning a church. When asked how it might have been different if police tried that, he says he feels there would have been more casualties.

    We even see him walk among the BLM crowd (or whoever they are) and call out if anyone needs medical. One guy recognizes him and says Kyle is the guy who told him to get out of (or off of) a car while pointing the rifle at him.

    I also notice in the video he walks back to the first gunshot victim, looks him over but doesn’t antagonize the victim or the guy assisting the victim, calls someone on the phone, and gets out of there. Clearly not a maddened killer out for blood, as I’ve seen demonstrated time after time from rioters who cannot resist beating people when they’re down or on the ground.

    But, yeah, flesh things out and post the interviews you’re talking about from Twitter.

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