Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Charlottesville: 3 voices

Here are Phil DeFranco, Roaming Millennial, and Stefan Molyneux on Charlottesville:

Molyneux's spiel is by far the rantiest, especially in its latter half. He seems to undermine his point about the need for civil, rational discourse when he starts shouting at the camera. Molyneux does, however, point out early on that the police:demonstrator ratio was 2:1, which means that law enforcement and the maintenance of order should have been easy (excepting, of course, unforeseeable events like the helicopter crash that killed two police officers and James Fields's mowing-down of leftie demonstrators, resulting in one death).


King Baeksu said...

Roaming Millennial is naive and unrealistic. The genie of identity politics has been let out of the bottle, initially by "progressives" and Democrats back in the 1960s, and will not be put back in. In a multicultural society, identity politics are inevitable. Thus, by promoting individualism, she is also naive and unrealistic. See here, for example:

The "Nash Equilibrium" Undone by Multiculturalism

The Alt-Right has been clearly defined. Just because you're an attractive young female doesn't mean you can't do some basic research:

What the Alt Right Is

Note point No. 15:

The Alt Right does not believe in the general supremacy of any race, nation, people, or sub-species. Every race, nation, people, and human sub-species has its own unique strengths and weaknesses, and possesses the sovereign right to dwell unmolested in the native culture it prefers.

Meanwhile, the US MSM, which are owned and operated by the globalists and thus are opposed to all forms of nationalism, would have us believe the Alt-Right is synonymous with "neo-Nazis," "the KKK," "white supremacists" and sundry other racists.

(The writer of "What the Alt Right Is" is part Mexican and Native-American Indian, by the way.)

Charlottesville was likely a set-up in more ways than one. The governor of Virginia, a Clinton operative and bagman, signed the State of Emergency order at 11am, an hour before the official event was to start when all was still calm. Police then forced the Unite the Right participants from the park and directly into the maw of violent Antifa and BLM thugs, who indisputably started all the violence.

In short, the 1st Amendment right to free speech was denied by the state, which is clearly tyranny.

I also believe the rally was subverted by infiltrators on the payroll of either the Feds or groups like the ADL and SPLC. I've also seen pictures of known Antifa members at recent rightist rallies posing as Nazis and giving the Roman salute.

The globalists want to shut down nationalism by any means necessary. Branding it as "neo-Nazism" and "white supremacy" is the strategy they have chosen for now. This is a short-sighted approach, however, because when you drive people with legitimate grievances underground, extremism will only fester and grow.

Civil War 2.0 is coming, and South Korea is looking like a very good place to be when the shit really starts to go down.

King Baeksu said...

The Alt Right - What went wrong?