No Rights for Whites: Christopher Cantwell … jail time after Charlottesville


[I came across this shocking story. Here’s a young white whose proud and living the correct life. He’s openly stating his desire to strengthen himself. He said: “I’m carrying a pistol, I go to the gym all the time, I’m trying to make myself more capable of violence.” – now this is the correct attitude. Our enemies have been pushing for violence for decades and stoking trouble in the USA, South Africa and across the Western World. Yet just because that young man dares to be proud, look at what’s happened to him!! Read this from Wikipedia. Jan]

Wikipedia says:

Unite the Right rally[edit]
Further information: Unite the Right rally
Cantwell participated in the Unite the Right rally held in Charlottesville, Virginia on August 11–12, 2017. He was featured by Vice News in a video about the rally,[6] where he said: “I’m carrying a pistol, I go to the gym all the time, I’m trying to make myself more capable of violence.”[44][3][45][46]

On August 16, 2017, Facebook said it had shut down Cantwell’s Facebook and Instagram profiles due to statements he made in connection with the rally.[47][9][48] On August 17, it was reported that Cantwell had been banned from online dating service OKCupid after a woman reported receiving a message from him after watching his Vice News video.[49][50][51]

A video of Cantwell choking back tears and weeping after hearing that an arrest warrant for him was out was published on August 16, 2017, and reported on by a number of news outlets.[44][52][12]

On August 17, 2017, Cantwell wrote on his blog that he was preparing to turn himself in to the University of Virginia Police. He also said that PayPal had blocked him from withdrawing money for six months, and that he had removed it as a payment method, and that he had been completely banned from YouTube and that Blubrry, the podcast service he used, had canceled his account so his podcasts were no longer available.[53] In another blog post, he wrote that Venmo, Dwolla, and Stripe had also disabled his accounts, as had Twitter, MailChimp,, and Tinder.[54] On August 24, Cantwell turned himself in to police and was transported to Charlottesville, where he was wanted on felony assault charges stemming from the August 11 torchlit march.[55] On August 31, 2017, Cantwell was denied bond by a Virginia court. [56]


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