The Fiasco in Charlottesville
American conservatives of every color were the losers
By Michael Hoffman
The “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville was a gift to Hillary, Barack and the Democrat Party. Given the state of the media in the USA, and the nature of the government in Virginia, it was pure folly for “white civil rights” demonstrators to parade together with representatives of terrorism in the South — members and supporters of the masonic Ku Klux Klan, and expect to be greeted calmly.
White rights activist Jared Taylor is indeed correct when he points out that the local government colluded with violent Left-wing demonstrators, who threw bricks and initiated fighting and looting (for which crimes only three arrests were made; reminiscent of Berkeley, California where masked Leftist terrorists torched the college campus with impunity while obstructing a conservative speaker). Mr. Taylor writes that according to the corrupt moral calculus of the media and the government of Virginia, “Racially conscious whites deserve violence simply because of what they think.”
In response to Charlottesville, when President Trump condemned “hatred and bigotry on many sides” he was met with the ancient cry of the totalitarian, “There is only one side!” All other views are forbidden and will be suppressed by street mobs and a politicized police command that deviously creates a situation where white protestors are violently attacked. Then the lightly-policed fighting becomes the excuse to stop the rally. The ultimate victim of this barely concealed set-up is the First Amendment. The more unpopular and obnoxious the group, the more vital it is to guarantee their right to peaceably assemble, but the civil liberties issue has been lost in the ensuing hysteria.
The fault is not entirely with the Left, however. If the objective truly is white civil rights and not inflaming bitter feelings between blacks and whites leading toward a race war, then the template of a mass parade consisting in part of Klansmen, along with neo-Nazis sporting their regalia, is a non-starter. How could the “Unite the Right” rally organizers not know this?
Any rally of this type, to have a chance of success, would have to include at least a handful of sympathetic conservative black people at the head of the march. Moreover, it would have to consist of families carrying American flags and marchers wearing their Sunday best. All other symbolism would be excluded.
Conservatives cannot gain or maintain power in statehouses and legislatures, and Congress and the White House, without making common cause with black Americans who have been exploited by NAACP poverty pimps who, along with Democrat Party politicians such as Elizabeth Warren, obstruct the growth of charter schools for educating disadvantaged youth outside the confines of the public school monopoly. This issue is central to the advancement of black people in America. It is in the interests of conservative whites to assist black Americans in this cause and build good will in the process.
Black people have also suffered at the hands of the de facto open borders policy of their Democrat Party “saviors.” The populist Republican campaign to limit foreign immigration has direct benefits for American blacks and is another potential common cause between the races.
Furthermore, historically, black Americans have been victimized by a conspiracy of Klansmen and Judaic leaders who covertly backed the KKK in the South from Reconstruction to the eve of the Second World War, as documented in the book, The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews, volume 2.
The Democrat Party was in disarray before Saturday’s march in Charlottesville — split asunder and bickering — while losing the moral high ground on issues such as abortion. Saturday’s tragedy in Virginia will reinvigorate the Left. They will seek to conflate all Republican Conservatives with bitter-enders in the South who imagine that it is 1920 again and the sight of klansmen in sheets and Confederate battle flags will cause American whites to rise up and assert themselves.
This chimera reflects a profound misreading of the mood of white Americans. Granted, many are angered by reverse discrimination in employment and education, and by the lawlessness of the thugs — white and black — churned out by the criminally negligent public school system. They are repelled by the Hate Whitey mentality, wherein taking personal responsibility for one’s own life takes a distant second to blaming the white man for one’s lack of ambition and work ethic.
American whites by and large however, are also desirous of comity between the races, based on equal opportunity and justice before the law.
The prudent mainstream of conservative whites believe in advancing their own people through building strong families and family values, electing genuine conservatives to office and quietly relocating to sections of the country where folks of like mind gather in community.
This is not only the new model of white empowerment, it is the only model that has a chance of success under present circumstances. Unfortunately, a minority, the so-called “white nationalists,” who are seldom personally invested in raising large families, periodically gain headlines with nationally publicized stunts that almost always backfire, uniting the Left and giving the media the opportunity to once again portray whites seeking to preserve their heritage and rights, as moral lepers and cretins.
"Unite the Right” should have been billed as Unite and Empower the Left. This was the Charlottesville fiasco’s primary “achievement.” American Conservatives of every color were the losers.
Michael Hoffman is the author of They Were White and They Were Slaves: The Untold History of the Enslavement of Whites in Early America.
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