Something smells extremely Gefilte-fishy about the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia and the alleged leftist-on-leftist car-killing which took place there. Not only do the video of the incident (here) and the images of the aftermath present all the usual earmarks of a crisis-actor stunt, but the prominent presence at the previous night's "torch rally" of one "Richard Spencer" of the "National Policy Institute" also gives us cause for great suspicion.
From the article:
"The planned rally was promoted as “Unite the Right” and both its organizers and critics said they expected it to be one of the largest gathering of white nationalists in recent times, attracting groups like the Ku Klux Klan and neo-Nazis and movement leaders like David Duke and Richard Spencer."
How did "Richard Spencer" suddenly emerge as our "leader?"
Who anointed Richard Spencer a "movement leader" on par with David Duke? Answer: The media! Dr. Duke paid his dues and made a serious run for the US Senate and later, the Governorship of Louisiana. But what has this Spencer character ever achieved? Why, over the course of the past year, has he, relative to other true conservative nationalists, been showered with such media publicity?
Here's a small sampling of the "sheep-dipping":
Headline: Washington Post (November 22, 2016)
Let’s party like it’s 1933’: Inside the alt-right world of Richard Spencer (here)
Headline: Dallas News (December 2, 2016)
Why Maggiano's can refuse white supremacists (Richard Spencer) but Texas A&M can't (here)
Headline: Washington Post (January 20, 2017)
Richard Spencer, white nationalist spokesman, was punched in the face on camera in D.C. (here)
Headline: Washington Post (May 21, 2017)
White nationalist Richard Spencer banned from Virginia gym after confrontation (here)
And there's more too. Heck!
Sugar and I, er, "The Editorial Board" of The Anti-New York Times[/b would pay good money to get 1/100th the negative FREE publicity that Spencer gets. We didn't get any mainstream media coverage when "The Bad War" was banned by Amazon, but this ass clown gets covered by the Washington Compost (CIA) for being banned from his gym?
Spencer, an effeminate-sounding atheist, does not tolerate "anti-gay" views at his events, and his pedigree seems more establishmentarian that rebel -- having graduated from St. Mark's elite prep school in Dallas, Texas before moving on to Duke University. His election night rallying cry of "Hail Trump" and occasional use of German terms stink of contrived imposterism. And a very strange unearthed old photo of him and his wife posing with Laura Bush really sets Sugar's animal instincts off!
As for this Tiki torch rally in Virginia and the subsequent "bloodshed," we are confident that in spite of the sincere intentions of many of the White marchers, the event was staged by agent provacatuers and crisis actors on both the "alt-Right" and the communist Left. The usual bad acting, fake blood and cheesy drama poses mark the latest attempt by the Globalist elements of "the deep state" to destabilize the Trump presidency. Already, Trump is being blamed for not condemning the "racists" TM in strong enough language.
Sorry, Sulzberger. We ain't buyin' this latest stunt. And though we wholeheartedly encourage readers to support White European rights and anti-Marxism, by all means and whenever possible; we advise you to reject any "Johnny-come-lately" that the Piranha Press declares to be a "leader" of what it is that you believe in. False opposition leads to dead ends, and broken dreams.
"Nazi" props, bad acting, fake blood
Boobus Americanus 1: I read in the New York Times today that Richard Spencer was one of the organizers of that racist rally that turned deadly in Virginia.
Boobus Americanus 2: I've heard of that Spencer fellow before. A real Nazi and a huge Trump supporter, I understand.
Sugar: Sspencer iss an atheisstic pro-faggot working for the CIA!
Editor: Not hard to smell that one out.