Indications are that the rally scheduled for Saturday, Aug. 12, to defend ancestral heritage and the statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville could be quite large.
The New Nationalist (TNN) does not particularly care for many of the organizers of the event and its speakers, as we suspect some are controlled opposition. But, that said, we do support the just cause of defending southern heritage and history.
Therefore, we are not going to rain on the parade of the rally’s organizers and instead recommend supporting and, if possible, attending to demonstrate for this just cause.
If anybody asks you why you are there, simply say, “I’m here in defense of a just cause: the preservation of southern history, heritage and free speech. Period.”
We also consider those working to tear these statues down to be enemies of the highest order. This enemy is involved in replacement warfare and sleazy tactics, such as the last-minute revocation of the permit for the demonstration at the Robert E. Lee statue.
Furthermore, Facebook took down the event’s page and Airbnb cancelled the reservations of its attendees. Port a Johns were cancelled. The media (see link below) has insulted and denigrated the demonstration as a rally for neo-Nazis and haters, and completely ignored those who might demonstrate for a just cause. “Tolerance” does not mean shutting up while your country and community is steamrolled. TNN considers these actions to be civil rights violations. It’s long, long overdue that some major lawsuits be brought to bear against these transgressors.
It is also high time that the concept of boycotts be brought to bear against companies and enemies who demonstrate malice and issue slurs against the patriots carrying out their just cause and right to free speech. The high-horse enemy has lost sight of the notion that they are continually offending the sensibilities of a large economic block. Wake up, enemies, because this is a two-way street. Boycott media who persist with this extremely biased narrative and script, as NBC WVIR did, and carry signs that proclaim #BoycottAirbnb.
TNN Takeaway: Under the principle of “the enemy of my enemy is my friend,” we support the just-cause aspect of this event. We especially favor the “boycott the enemy” strategy. It is not necessary to be in total agreement with everybody at this event. I wish I could go to engage in discussions. The banner “Unite the Right” is not especially a good slogan. (Unite under whom? Kosher Trumptards?) But “meet with the right” is perfectly fine and acceptable.
C-ville update: large continguent of UVA students turn out last night chanting, “You will not replace us!”
Full 2 minute cut of Emily Gorcenski’s Night From Hell: pic.twitter.com/dL31tkWDbW
— The Swog Blog (@TheSwogBlog) August 12, 2017
At about 1:30 p.m., a car ran over several protesters. Not clear if it was an accident or deliberate. Caught live on “Right Side” feed. No recorded footage being disseminated as of yet.
— 🇺🇸DeplorableBigly (@Bigcookie1982) August 12, 2017