Charlottesville: Information you need to consider. Decide for yourself.
Charlottesville is one huge shit-show.
The mainstream media reporting on it has been absolutely horrible, fanning the flames of racial tensions and societal divides.
It is a horrible tragedy in so many ways, most of all the deaths of Heather Heyer, Lieutenant H. Jay Cullen and Trooper Berke M. M. Bates of the Virginia State Police.
I just want to present information you may not have seen, uncritically, so you can decide for yourself. I beg you to do your own research, come to your own conclusions, and don’t let mainstream media and fringe groups continue the division.
We’re all being played some way or another, and this helps no one.
So information below will just be listed as I’ve found it, largely without comment.
(EDIT- There were two images which I included, one which suggested the Antifa protesters were dressed first as Antifa, then as Neo-Nazis, along with an Antifa flyer depicting a call to violence. These images were from the Berkeley protests, and not related to Charlottesville specifically. While the information might still be considered valid to consider in relation to Antifa’s tactics, these have been removed from main article. I have included an addendum at the bottom of article so you can be aware of what is and isn’t ‘factual’. Once again, I stress that this information is simply what I’ve gathered and I again beg that you do your own research on this).
Police Response — Told to stand down?
During the protests, the police stood down and did not seem to be anywhere to be seen. This is not the first time police have stood down during Antifa protests. This raises a number of questions, especially when the city was fully aware of these protests, and were indeed given permits to protest.
Why did they not protect the public?
There is this also this media report, which allegedly quotes a Charlottesville police officer. I can’t confirm the validity of it, but considering the information listed above, it seems to have at least some truth to it.
A Charlottesville police officer has come forward to express his anger at being told to "stand down" by the city mayor…yournewswire.com
A Charlottesville police officer has come forward to express his anger at being told to “stand down” by the city mayor during violent clashes between protestors. He also claims the protests, which pitched “white supremacists” against members of Antifa, were “set up” to further the agenda of the elites.
“We [Charlotesville police] were ordered to bring the rival groups together. As soon as they were in contact with each other, we were told to stand down. It was outrageous. We weren’t allowed to arrest anyone without asking the mayor first. We weren’t even allowed to stop the driver as he sped away.“
“The event was being set up as far back as at least May and it went like clockwork.”
More police inaction:
Car involved is seen leaving at relatively slow pace, police seem largely disinterested as people plead with them to take action.
Was it an “accident”?
This is more footage that I’ve collected. It shows that the car was struck with bats(?) and other objects. Again, I don’t know what to make of it, and am not implying anything. Just more information for you to consider.
Thomas Wictor on Twitter has discussed his interpretation of it which is worth considering and quite convincing. Read his full Twitter thread.
The media and public reaction
Here’s how Susan Bro, mother of Heather Heyer, responded to Trump’s statement VS how CNN reported on it.
Initial Media Reporting
Brennan Gilmore is Chief of Staff for Tom Perriello. (Perriello was president and chief executive officer for the Center for American Progress Action Fund from 2011 to 2014.)
Brennan Gilmore was the first person whose information went viral in the immediate after-math of the incident and was interviewed by MSNBC.
However, media made no mention of this, which is at the very least, a strange omission to make. In fact, New York Times originally mentioned this, but then removed the reference. As the image states below, why would they hide this information?
(Here is the link to the article as it currently appears on New York Times. It looks like the entire quote from Gilmore, and any reference to him, has now been removed completely. https://mobile.nytimes.com/2017/08/12/us/charlottesville-protest-white-nationalist.html)
Tom Periello was the recipient of large donations by George Soros, reportedly up to $685,470 total from Soros and his sons Alexander & Jonathan. He also received $300,000 from Donald Sussman, a hedge fund manager who sits on the board of directors at John Podesta’s Center for American Progress (CAP).
Julian Assange’s Tweet.
Possibly suggests link between these protests and neo-Nazi protests in Ukraine (supported by George Soros and others). Again, do your own research if necessary.
Information about Charlottesville Mayor Michael Signer
Signer is the son of Marjorie B., a communications director, and Robert Signer, a newspaper assignment editor. He…en.wikipedia.org
Trump’s statement condemning violence on “many sides” and denouncing racism.
It seems many people have not watched Trump’s statements in full. So I cut together a video, with all his statements on Charlottesville IN FULL.
Good article on Media’s distorting of Trump’s statements on Charlottesville, and his condemning of violence on “many sides”.
Has the media ever so deliberately and consistently misinterpreted what a president said? It certainly seems as if the…thehill.com
Painting Trump as Neo-Nazi Sympathizer.
Notice retweets of original VS retweets of correction. As of this time, the original is still public and has not been removed.
Trump was also attacked throughout mainstream media for not denouncing white supremacists, the KKK and in particular, David Duke. However, for years he has been denouncing both. Quite regularly.
Charlottesville Vice Mayor Wes Bellamy
Charlottesville Vice Mayor Wes Bellamy’s tweets indicate he is no angel. This does not necessarily mean anything specifically, but interesting to note while the media portrays Trump as a white supremacy sympathizer.
Some weird stuff about the car and driver.
No idea if any of this is true, or has any relevance.
But this is all very strange nonetheless.
There does not appear to be a sunroof.
The mother of James Fields, the man who allegedly ran into counter protestors in Charlottesville, is surprised to hear her son is a ‘white nationalist’ (this is when she is actually told that her son had been arrested).
Also, some strange information regarding the vehicle registration.
More strange occurrences caught on camera.
The car had very blacked-out windows, to such an extent that I believe this level of tint is illegal. I’m not certain of state laws as yet, but interesting nonetheless.
What is this woman doing in green top with green backpack? She seems to collect a woman’s phone who’d been struck by the car, then sees police coming to attend to the woman, and walks away.
NOTE: She may have been packing her things away after looking for first aid equipment, although does seem to be nonchalant about it all.
Videos from other YouTubers:
(Ed from The Outer Light channel has a good video on this: Some odd things about the event at Charlottesville )
The Truth Factory has also produced a good video that raises many of the same questions I’ve put forward in this article, with some good analysis.
Violent Antifa involvement.
Antifa’s involvement in the counter-protests is interesting, and more telling, is the response to their involvement by the mainstream media. Their actions seem to be publicly accepted, at least by the mainstream media, despite violence and riots being their modus operandi worldwide (e.g. 1, 2, 3) and being declared among domestic terrorism groups by the State of New Jersey.
More info to consider, and corrections.
Are paid protesters a thing?
Basically, yes, it appears so. Here’s some articles from prior to Charlottesville indicating so.
From ZeroHedge: Sept 23, 2016
"This is not Charlotte that's out here. These are outside entities that are coming in and causing these problems. These…www.zerohedge.com
From Chicago Tribune: Fed 17, 2017
Republican lawmakers across the country have grown wary of holding town hall meetings with constituents. What's scaring…www.chicagotribune.com
Soros-specific protest information.
From Daily Mail, 17 January 2015.
Hedge fund mogul's Open Society Foundations made huge donations Organizers bussed in from New York and D.C. to take…www.dailymail.co.uk
From RT, 24 January 2012
Billionaire investor George Soros has a new prediction for America. While it might be as dire as it gets for the…www.rt.com
Crowds on Demand / Paid Protesters:
There is also information suggest groups were invited, perhaps paid, to join the protests.
There is this article from ZeroHedge -17th August 2017:
Why Was This ‘Crowd Hire’ Company Recruiting $25 An Hour ‘Political Activists’ In Charlotte, last Week?
Note: This is advertised for Charlotte, NC, Not Charlottesville.
“Crowds on Demand, a Los Angeles-based Public Relations firm specializing in innovative events, is looking for…www.zerohedge.com
IMPORTANT: Images removed (From previous protest, not Charlottesville):
I removed these images from the very first published version of this article. These were found to be from the Berkeley protests I believe, in April 2017. I have included them here just so you can be fully aware of what is and isn’t factual.
Don’t let horrible Mainstream Media and outside forces divide us
As forces from all sides try to divide us, we in the middle need to make sure we remain the strongest voices, calling for calm and unity despite our own political ideologies and disagreements.
This is a shit-show. United we stand, divided we fall.
I cut together a little video I shared on Twitter. Keep this in mind as forces continue to try to tear us apart.
“I have a dream”.
And finally, just remember how BAD the mainstream media is. Don’t trust them uncritically, not even for a second. As Julian Assange says, “The media are so bad, we have to question whether the world wouldn’t be better off without them altogether”.