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Charlottesville Rally
« on: August 12, 2017, 12:12:12 AM »
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I don't know that back story on this, but this video is hilarious. Especially the Jew who said his father would be spinning like a dreidel  :lmao:



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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #1 on: August 12, 2017, 03:07:02 PM »
 Things are really getting ridiculous. 

Shocking Video Shows Car Ramming Into Pro-Confederate Protesters in US
https://sputniknews.com/us/201708121056414209-car-protesters-charlottesville-live-video/

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #2 on: August 12, 2017, 05:58:57 PM »
This starts to smell like a very, very nasty setup. Look who's filthy
plea bargain ass was awakened just at the right time :

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
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   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #3 on: August 12, 2017, 06:10:40 PM »
its all todo about a dodge charger they say ... or is it the general lee ?



The dude in the grey charger made a huge mistake, thats my conclusion

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #4 on: August 13, 2017, 12:24:45 PM »
US
Federal civil rights probe launched into fatal Charlottesville crash
By Benjamin Brown Published August 13, 2017 Fox News
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2017/08/13/federal-civil-rights-probe-launched-into-fatal-charlottesville-crash.html

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   3 killed amid violence in Virginia
   
   The federal government has opened a civil rights investigation into the
   vehicular rampage that killed one woman and injured 19 other people
   during Saturday’s “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va.
   
   U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions issued a statement Saturday night
   to announce the probe.
   
   “The Richmond FBI Field Office, the Civil Rights Division, and the U.S.
   Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Virginia have opened a
   civil rights investigation into the circumstances of the deadly
   vehicular incident that occurred earlier Saturday morning,” Sessions
   said in the statement. “The FBI will collect all available facts and
   evidence, and as this is an ongoing investigation we are not able to
   comment further at this time.”
   
   
   U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions has announced a federal civil
   rights investigation into Saturday's fatal crash in Charlottesville,
   Va. Sessions is seen speaking in Washington, March 6, 2017. 
   (Associated Press)

   
   James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio, has been arrested in connection
   with the fatal crash, authorities said. The rally was organized by
   right-wing blogger Jason Kessler, who wanted to protest
   Charlottesville’s decision to remove a statue of Confederate Gen.
   Robert E. Lee from Emancipation Park. The event quickly turned chaotic,
   as white nationalists clashed with counter-protesters and police.
   
   Sessions condemned the violence.
   
   “When such actions arise from racial bigotry and hatred, they betray
   our core values and cannot be tolerated,” the attorney general said.
   
   “I have talked with FBI Director Chris Wray, FBI agents on the scene,
   and law enforcement officials for the state of Virginia. The FBI has
   been supporting state and local authorities throughout the day,”
   Sessions said. “U.S. Attorney Rick Mountcastle has commenced a federal
   investigation and will have the full support of the Department of
   Justice. Justice will prevail.”
   
   Earlier Saturday, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, had called upon the
   Justice Department to launch a probe.
   
   "Having watched the horrifying video of the car deliberately crashing
   into a crowd of protesters, I urge the Department of Justice to
   immediately investigate and prosecute this grotesque act of domestic
   terrorism," Cruz said in a statement.
      According to Virginia State Police, three other people were arrested in
   connection with the rally. They were identified as Troy Dunigan, 21, of
   Chattanooga, Tenn., charged with disorderly conduct; Jacob L. Smith,
   21, of Louisa, Va., charged with assault and battery; and James M.
   O'Brien, 44, of Gainesville, Fla., charged with carrying a concealed
   handgun.
      Sessions’ statement drew mixed reactions on social media. Some praised
   the decision to make the case a civil rights investigation, while
   others saw the case as terrorism and murder, with race a nonfactor.
      Meanwhile, the nation’s leading civil rights organizations issued a
   number of statements in reaction to Saturday’s events.
   
   The NAACP called for President Trump to fire his adviser Steve Bannon,
   describing Bannon as a “well-known white supremacist leader.”
      The National Urban League added: “We call on everyone with a voice on
   our national stage to condemn these demonstrations & racist sentiments
   in the strongest possible terms."
      The National Action Network said it “calls on President Trump to
   address the causes of these events, denounce the white supremacists at
   the very heart of this conflict, and start working towards peace.”
      Protesters took to the streets of California cities such as Los Angeles
   and Oakland on Saturday night to decry what transpired in
   Charlottesville earlier in the day.
      The Oakland protesters briefly blocked a portion of Interstate 580, the
   East Bay Times reported
.
   
   The Associated Press contributed to this report. "

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #5 on: August 13, 2017, 12:39:14 PM »
  "James Alex Fields Jr., 20, of Ohio, has been arrested in connection
   with the fatal crash, authorities said. "

On Breitbart :
  "The suspect driver, 20-year old James Alex Fields of Ohio, is in
   custody, having been arrested “moments” after the crash. He is
   suspected of involvement with one of the white nationalist groups
   participating in the Unite the Right rally."

This smells like a very nasty false flag to me. In the Video where the
grey dodge charger hit on the cars not a single white nationalist was
present. This was a gathering of anti protestors protesting the White
Nationalists. That the suspect driver had come all the way from Ohio to
smash up his car in CharlottesVile seems totally irate and insane. 
Although he does have the MKUltra name tags all over : James Alex
Fields (three names) . I'd say Sessions, follow the money. Who in his
right mind drives in a expensive Dodge Charger from Ohio to 
CharlottesVille to ruin his car and get thrown in jail with murder-one
on his name tags? All in the name of supporting White Nationalists ?
I don't buy it.

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #6 on: August 13, 2017, 01:54:55 PM »

Organizer Of Charlottesville Rally Jason Kessler Speaks On The Aftermath | Virginia Protests
by The Red Elephants , Streamed live 21 hours ago
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4AOx7NMbMkU
  "[ ... ]
   Charlottesville Virginia rally recap with the organizer of the rally
   Jason Kessler.
   Speaks on the TRUTH about the Virginia protests [ ... ]"


``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #7 on: August 13, 2017, 02:16:48 PM »
Jason Kessler..hmm...is that the same Jason Kessler whose engagement to Vera Daiment was proudly announced in
Only Simchas!   This is Jewish life
http://www.onlysimchas.com/simcha/27290/

All this shit - the demonstrations, the protests, the relentless and instantaneous fucking interviews and videos - is a total jew operation, and anybody who thinks they are "alt-this" or "alt-that" are fucking retards.





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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #8 on: August 13, 2017, 03:06:18 PM »
Jason Kessler..hmm...is that the same Jason Kessler whose engagement to Vera Daiment was proudly announced in
Only Simchas!   This is Jewish life
http://www.onlysimchas.com/simcha/27290/

All this shit - the demonstrations, the protests, the relentless and instantaneous fucking interviews and videos - is a total jew operation, and anybody who thinks they are "alt-this" or "alt-that" are fucking retards.
Ain't that interesting ... are they still together ? Here's someone who
claims Deep State operatives were witnessed and identified on the side
of the Unite the Right rally : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xnHPKRjGOVs
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``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #9 on: August 13, 2017, 04:40:08 PM »
It seems this guy is behind a lot of what happened in CharlotsVille :


Richard Bertrand Spencer
  "[ ... ]
   Spencer and others have said that he created the term "alt-right",[6]
   which he considers a movement about white identity.[7][8][9] Breitbart
   News described Spencer's website AlternativeRight.com as "a center of
   alt-right thought."[10] [ ... ]"



Another rising star is Lauren Southern from Canada. Here she interviews
James Allsup who was at the Unite the Right rally :


#UniteTheRight Madness: Interview w/ James Allsup
by Lauren Southern , Published on Aug 12, 2017
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bfIfywQkxOk
  "[ ... ]
   Patreon: patreonsucks.com
   Paypal: https://www.PayPal.Me/LaurenSouthern
   Bitcoin Wallet: 1JLM6GJwaPdNv4dM8K5KkcFHeziXXXMGKT
   [ ... ]"

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #10 on: August 14, 2017, 12:52:03 AM »
The Jews have to control every event. They made this an op by infecting it with disinformation to suit their end

Here's the "Harley Guy" of Charlottesville

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #11 on: August 14, 2017, 09:29:52 PM »
Someone received the following intel :
  M.TWAIN11 • 18 minutes ago
    "Jason Kessler (Organizer of Unite the Right), Currently a White
     Supremacist, Was Formerly Involved in the Occupy Movement and Was a
     Full-Fledged Obama Supporter. Something seems fishy about this whole
     thing."


       M.TWAIN11 -> TonyMonterey • 14 minutes ago
         "Look up the old CNN stories on the Occupy Walstreet nonsense and
          there's old Jason."
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``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #12 on: August 14, 2017, 09:52:58 PM »
The Jews have to control every event. They made this an op by infecting it with disinformation to suit their end

Here's the "Harley Guy" of Charlottesville

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In the second video you can see the charger has a license plate
on the back.

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #13 on: August 25, 2017, 01:37:04 PM »
MELEE BREAKS OUT AT CHARLOTTESVILLE CITY COUNCIL MEETING

Published: August 21, 2017
http://www.blacklistednews.com/Melee_Breaks_Out_at_Charlottesville_City_Council_Meeting/60452/0/38/38/Y/M.html
  "SOURCE: NY TIMES

   It was the Council’s first meeting since the Aug. 11 and 12 rallies...

   The meeting started out without incident, but soon several residents
   began shouting down city officials for allowing the Aug. 12 “Unite the
   Right” rally to take place. When police officers forcibly removed three
   people from the chambers, the 100 or so people at the meeting broke out
   into furious chants, screaming “Shame” and “Shut it down!” The three
   people were issued summonses charging them with disorderly conduct. No
   injuries were reported.
      READ MORE... "


Mayor Mike Signer spoke at the Charlottesville City Council meeting on Monday night after activists and residents took over the Council chambers. Credit Frances Robles/The New York Times
U.S.

Chaos Breaks Out at Charlottesville City Council Meeting
By FRANCES ROBLES  AUG. 21, 2017
https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/21/us/charlottesville-council-melee.html

  "CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — They shouted down the mayor and City Council
   members, took over the Council chambers for about a half-hour, and gave
   more than four hours of impassioned testimony about how city officials
   had botched the response to the deadly white supremacist rally here
   this month.
   
   In the end, the angry residents who spoke at the Charlottesville City
   Council meeting on Monday got some measure of action as officials said
   they would have a third-party review the city’s planning and reaction
   to the rally. The Council also voted unanimously to take the first
   administrative steps to remove a statue of the Confederate general
   Stonewall Jackson in the city.
   
   That move was significant, as it was the Council’s decision earlier
   this year to remove a statue of Robert E. Lee that prompted the white
   nationalists to rally in the city earlier this month.
   
   Monday’s meeting was the Council’s first since the rallies on Aug. 11
   and 12 that brought hundreds of white supremacists to Charlottesville.
   White and black residents alike were furious with the police response
   to the demonstrations, and they faulted officers for not engaging
   during repeated scuffles. A woman, Heather D. Heyer, was killed when a
   man drove into counterprotesters.
   
   The meeting started out without incident, but as soon as the rally was
   mentioned, several residents began shouting down city officials for
   allowing the Aug. 12 “Unite the Right” rally to take place. The chamber
   erupted, and when police officers forcibly removed three people, the
   100 or so at the meeting broke out into furious chants of “Shame” and
   “Shut it down!” The three people were issued summonses charging them
   with disorderly conduct. No injuries were reported.
      “I’m outraged!” said Tracy Saxon, 41. “I watched my people get beat and
   murdered. They let Nazis in here have freedom of speech, and they
   protect them? And we can’t have freedom of speech?”
   
   At one point, two people stood on the dais and unfurled a banner with
   the words “Blood on your hands!” as council members and the mayor left
   the room. The residents refused to cede control of the room until the
   authorities promised to release the residents who had been taken away
   and let people have their say.
   
   
   Protesters yelled during the Charlottesville City Council meeting on Monday night, the first since a white nationalist rally in the city descended into violence. Credit Andrew Shurtleff/The Daily Progress, via Associated Press
     
   Vice Mayor Wes Bellamy, the only African-American on the Council, was
   the sole member who remained. He negotiated with residents to restore
   order in exchange for scrapping the meeting’s regular agenda and giving
   each person one minute to speak.
   
   It took about a half-hour for order to be restored, and the meeting
   stretched for several hours, as speaker after speaker spoke about their
   anguish over what the community had experienced. Several people wept
   and said they had been unable to sleep since witnessing violence
   against their neighbors.
   
   “I’m not the same person I was that day,” said Paul Hurdle, who shook
   as he described the mayhem on Aug. 12.
   
   Gail Weatherall, who said she had lived in Charlottesville for 35
   years, called for a citizen-led review of the events and the city’s
   response.
   
   Several speakers criticized the Council members for not having heeded
   warnings to avoid the protest, and promised to vote them out of office.
   But city officials stressed that they had tried to deny the white
   supremacist rally a permit, but that a federal court had ruled in favor
   of the protest organizers.
   
   “We tried really hard,” Mayor Mike Signer said. “A federal judge forced
   us to have that rally downtown.”
   
   His account was met with jeers, and the shouting continued.
   
   Mr. Signer took the brunt of the community’s ire, as many people
   demanded his resignation.
   
   Responding to residents’ concerns, Maurice Jones, the city manager,
   said Charlottesville would have a third party review the city’s
   response to the white supremacists’ gathering. He urged residents to
   submit specific complaints of serious incidents to the police chief.
   
   Afterward, the City Council voted unanimously to drape the statues of
   Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson in black in mourning. "

``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778

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Re: Charlottesville Rally
« Reply #14 on: August 26, 2017, 11:43:30 PM »

Analyzing Charlottesville's Zapruder Film: the Ford Fischer LiveStream
by SonofNewo , Published on Aug 24, 2017
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ePsK0dpyu4g
  "Ford Fischer began LiveStreaming video 7 minutes 40 seconds before the
   charlottesville car attack. His video is an absolute bombshell for the
   following reasons:
   1. He films the murder vehicle (a Dodge Challenger) on Water Street 7
     minutes before the attack.
   2. He films the maroon van involved in the incident 5 minutes before
     the attack. It is already at the intersection of 4th and Water. Ford's
     video shows that it does not move in the intervening 5 minutes, despite
     being able to. Nobody appears to be in the front seat.
   3. Ford abandons the protest and the neo-Nazis he claims to be
     following and waits on 5th and Main St for 3 minutes before reacting to
     the attack. Why is he waiting? He seems to know that something will
     occur nearby.

   We need to look at Ford Fischer and his video very closely. Some
   questions to consider:

   Did Ford Fischer know about the attack before it happened?
   Was Ford Fischer using his livestream to signal vehicle locations to
   people watching it?
   Who were the other 'reporters' waiting with Fischer by the green awning?
   Why were Police in the parking garage but not at the protest?

   My prior video on Charlottesville: https://youtu.be/KHwtxQy-3dk
   Ford Fischer LiveStream on Youtube: https://youtu.be/G9Bf9XOetMw
   Ford Fischer Livestream on Facebook:
   https://www.facebook.com/N2Sreports/v...
   Faith Goldy Periscope: https://youtu.be/-9nwl6qTdPs
   RUPTLY livestream: https://youtu.be/z7Bftlvh1qs
   News2Share Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/user/DCNews2S...
   News2Share Twitter: https://twitter.com/N2SReports
   View of Car Attack from Behind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7FPm...
   Car Escaping on Market St: https://youtu.be/I0_vGhASjtU "
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``I hope that the fair, and, I may say certain prospects of success will not induce us to relax.''
-- Lieutenant General George Washington, commander-in-chief to
   Major General Israel Putnam,
   Head-Quarters, Valley Forge, 5 May, 1778