Revisiting the protest against the removal of the Robert E Lee statue in Charlottesville

I thought it would be interesting to revisit the alt-right gathering that took place to protest the removal of the Robert E. Lee statue, in Charlottesville, VA, in May 2017. As everybody knows, a few months later, in August 2017, that city became the theater of one of the most outrageous smearing attempt by the Left to fabricate Nazis out of thin air. The Unite The Right rally in Charlottesville was a complete set up to smear alt-right activists as violent fascists and Nazis.The second and third videos are presentation and description produced by Red Ice TV of that first gathering in Charlottesville held by alt-right activists in May 2017 against the removal of this statue. The first video, by Stephen McNallen, gives some of the context to understand the core of the problem. We, White men and women of the West, are being taught and told that we have no history, no values of our own and that we deserve to be dispossessed of everything. Of course, this is completely false and wrong. We have a great civilization and spirit but we are the target of a deliberate campaign of smearing and deception to steal our resources, take control of our land and seize complete power. Whether the invaders succeed or not will depend on the determination of our citizens to resist, fight back and prevail. We must not let them rewrite history. We must stand our ground and defend our values and our culture. Our statues reflect our greatness and our strength. Our ancestors fought and died to give their children a future. It is our duty not to forget and to fight tooth and nail to preserve what they have transmitted to us out of their sweat and blood. No, we will not be replaced.

Stephen McNallen speaks about the purpose behind the organization he founded, the Asatru Folk Assembly

Quelques émissions de Red Ice TV sur les problèmes de l’heure

J’ai regroupé ici certaines émissions produites par Red Ice TV dernièrement dont le propos traite de questions reliées au multiculturalisme, à l’islamisation, à l’immigration massive, au développement de la gauche radicale et du racisme anti-Blancs, ainsi que des pistes de solutions que l’on peut mettre en oeuvre.

Ryan Landry- Political Street Violence in Weimerica

Paul Kersey- When Implicit Whiteness Becomes Explicit