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After Charlottesville

Tuesday, August 22, 2017 10:58
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The dust is now settling from Charlottesville.

I haven’t written anything in about a week now. I wanted to see how events played out in this fast moving situation. It seemed pointless to start writing when pro-White websites were being censored and purged by Silicon Valley all over the internet. A week later, it seems the only damage we suffered at Occidental Dissent was being deplatformed by Donorbox, which we expected to happen anyway. Before Charlottesville, we had already been deplatformed by PayPal, GoFundMe, Patreon, Disqus and Donately and our message had been repeatedly censored by Facebook.

The League of the South took a lot more damage. The League’s website was deplatformed by its hosting company. The Facebook page was banned. The PayPal account was cancelled. We had people in Charlottesville who were assaulted by Antifa, arrested by the police (one guy lost his keys in the chaos and was trying to break in to his own vehicle), disowned by their families and fired from their jobs. We understand these are the consequences for proud White Southerners who exercise their constitutional rights to defy the political, corporate and media establishment.

I’ve never been prouder to be associated with such a fine group of men:

I saw my brothers in Charlottesville get attacked with mace, pepper spray, acid, sticks, bricks, clubs, baseball bats, paint bombs, bags of piss and human feces and even a flamethrower while the police stood around and did nothing. I saw our shieldwall fight off wave after wave of Antifa and protect everyone including reporters who had gathered in Lee Park. I saw my friends rush into that bloodthirsty mob of communist scum to rescue our people who were being jumped and beaten by “peaceful counter-protesters.”

It was an amazing experience watching the Confederate Battle Flag and Southern Nationalist Flag fluttering in the wind at the Battle of Charlottesville. We had come to Charlottesville with only a few shields to defend ourselves against projectiles lobbed into the park. We weren’t expecting a brawl because we had gone to federal court to get a permit, but we took Lee Park and stood and held our ground until the Virginia State Police ordered us to disperse or be arrested.

What do we do now? We will do what we always do after hurricanes in the South. We will weather the storm, bind up our wounds, rebuild our websites and tell the truth about what happened at Charlottesville. No one will ever be able to take the memory of August 12 away from us. It was the day we stood up for ourselves and our identity, heritage and rights and the whole might of the corrupt political, corporate and media establishment came down on us.


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