When will the Confederate Heritage movement stand up against the blatant racism that infests their movement?
When will Andrew Duncomb stand up for himself against the personal attacks from hate group members, who they continually allow to co-opt their supposed sacred "Confederate Heritage"? Y'all aren't fooling anyone. Just put the hoods back on.
"The Aryan Nations, whose messages of hate and white superiority have fueled violent crimes and domestic terrorism for decades, is applauding the murderous acts of accused racist killer Dylann Storm Roof.Only hours after the 21-year-old was arrested for brutally shooting nine people at Charleston, South Carolina’s Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C., Aryan Nations leader Morris Gulett offered praise and urged others to follow Roof’s example.“I, for one, am very glad to see young people like Dylan Roof acting like men instead of the old 60’s era hippies stoned on weed and interracial love,” Gulett posted on his web site.“We had better see much more of this type of activism if we ever expect to see our America return to it’s [sic] rightful place in the world and our children grow up in a clean safe healthy enviroment [sic],” Gulett wrote."
Tonights Charlottesville City Council meeting was quite the circus. "Groundbreaking journalist" Jason Kessler stormed the podium, arms outstretched, as if he had just won a marathon. Kessler tore into his prepared propaganda speech, after being told multiple times to turn off Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers 'I Won't Back Down', which was blaring from a cellphone as he entered the gallery. Thankfully, there were a host of rational speakers to balance out Kessler's pompous, and pathetic theatrical production.
Coincidentally, Kessler had the tables tuned on him today, as Chris Suarez of the Daily Progress published a new report which took a look at Kessler, his Alt-Right motivations, and fittingly, his tweets. Via the Daily Progress:
"In two interviews over the weekend, Kessler said he condemns racism and is not a white supremacist, reiterating that he supports “equality.”On Nov. 24, the day that Kessler published the blog post about Bellamy, Kessler tweet…