‘Unite the Right’ is scheduled to take place this weekend in Washington D.C. The previous event occurred last year in Charlottesville, VA where a lawfully-permitted rally became a riot after the police refused to do their jobs, creating a nightmare scenario that resulted in three unnecessary deaths.
This weekend’s event also received lawful permits, but top alt-right organizers are pleading with people not to attend.
White nationalist Richard Spencer of the National Policy Institute, known for staging confrontations to gain media coverage, pinned this to his Twitter page:
I will not be attending the #UniteTheRight this weekend. And I recommend that others do not as well. I know that many have good intentions in going, but a rally like this does make sense at this time. I don't know exactly what will happen, but it probably will not be good.
— Richard 😎 Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) August 7, 2018
Andrew Anglin, publisher of Neo-Nazi publishing outfit Daily Stormer, attended Unite the Right last year and is taking an even more aggressive stance against the rally this weekend. He says that the confused denizens are “putting on a circus show” and “making a mockery of people who actually care about the future of the white race.”
“You need to protect yourselves,” Anglin said to his followers. “You need to lay low. We need good, quality people involved in this thing if we are going to do what we want to do, and getting doxed as a neo-Nazi street fighter will ruin your life, forever. Forever. You don’t come back from that. Even if you are only a teenager, you are making a decision that have a very good chance of ruining your entire life.”
“Racial grievance marches are harmful to you, they are harmful to the movement, they are harmful to the long-term goals we have for our people,” he said.
Spencer was forced to admit that ANTIFA – the masked communist terror group that has violently attacked right-wingers throughout the country – is winning against alt-right forces that are on the retreat. With the mid-term elections just around the corner, this event may turn out to be the huge propaganda victory that the Left needs to regain lost momentum heading into November.
Organized by Jason Kessler, the latest iteration of ‘Unite the Right’ will take place on Sunday evening outside of the White House. Kessler claims that up to 400 people will attend, but the counter-protesters are expected to organize by the thousands.