The real haters in Charlottesville


To the editor:

It’s interesting that whenever white people gather to legally exercise their civil and constitutional rights to assemble and protest, they are called “white supremacists” and “Nazis.” When Jews march in the New York City Israeli parade, the media doesn’t call them “Jewish supremacists.”

When Black Lives Matter holds a protest, they are not called “black supremacists.” The slander and epithets are hurled only at white people.

On Aug. 12, at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, hundreds of white people gathered — with a legal permit — to protest the erasure of American history, the erosion of traditional values, and to air other legitimate grievances. This would have been a very peaceful, enjoyable day, if the police had done their job and protected the white people from the violent thugs from antifa (anti-fascist groups) and Black Lives Matter, who came armed with mace, acid, metal bats and poles. 

The governor of Virginia, Terry McAuliffe — a Clintonista shill — refused to allow the rally to go forward, despite the permit, thus denying white people their civil and constitutional rights. The police illegally shut down the rally, and then deliberately herded the whites into the violent mob of antifa and BLM activists.

Whites were then forced to defend themselves.

In this age, when all non-whites engage in identity politics and freely vent their hatred against white people, it is about time that whites organize to protect themselves and their own unique interests. 

Anyone who has a problem with that is the real racist and hater.

Patty Goldstein

Patty Goldstein