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August 14, 2017
After Charlottesville


The Master Racist we're not violent joke

Their manifesto describes America as an “Aryan nation… exclusively for the White American peoples.” It states emphatically that the government “must not cater to the false notion of equality.”

It’s a relief to know that Vanguard America, an organization striving to make America great again, had no ties to James Alex Fields, the white American person who rammed his car into a crowd of anti-white supremacist protestors in Charlottessville. He was photographed wearing one the Vanguard’s official white shirts and standing among them In the park where they convened with the KKK and a host of other white supremacist groups to celelbrate their superior genes.

The group stated – after the murder – that Fields is not one of them. “The shirts were freely handed out to anyone in attendence.” I assume that an organization whose membership is of the purest Aryan genes wouldn’t lie. There is, however, a reality-Jew molecule lurking somewhere in that statement that reveals its absurdity. Fields might not be a card-carrying member of this fine organization but he attended the festival for the same reasons. He had aligned himself with that ideology for some time. Once in Charlottesville he could have chosen to stand off to the side as an onlooker or he might have hung out with the counter-protesters. Or with the KKK or any of the other groups.

Out of all the options he chose to stand with the Vanguard. His brain told his hand to move forward and grab hold of one of the shirts they offered to signify it’s wearer’s idetification with the group’s ideals. His hand said OK and it moved forward and grabbed it. Then he stuck his head through the big hole on top and his arms through the smaller holes making sure the collar opening was in front. Then he stood there among other Vanguard members wearing identical shirts. That suggests to me an alignment of worldview and mission.

Seems like the Vanguard and so many other supreme beings in the movement who claim to be non-violent are a bit confused about their mission. Do they expect 121 million inferior ones to simply pack up and leave because a few SELF-pride impaired nutbags asks them to? If non-violent, why did so many of them show up with lethal weapons, Nazi kitsch and flags that represent those who fought to maintain slavery as a national institution and gilded many a tree with strange fruit? The Nazis of Germany did not use folk songs as a means of persuasion. Why would a non-violent organization identify with groups universally known to be violent? That branding thing.

“Blood and soil” “You will not replace us” “Jew Jew Jew.”

You see, the hate came from many sides. many sides.

— Polar Levine, News Goo Dissection, August 14, 2017

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Polar Levine

working class college dropout who loves to learn, poke his biases and waste time looking around