There Were Not One but Two Supremacist Groups from #Charlottesville. [VIDEO]

by Kim Quade on August 13, 2017

It wasn’t just one supremacy group that showed up in Charlottesville, VA for the Unite the Right rally. There were two. Moreover, they’ve been lurking through America’s cesspool for quite some time, but on Saturday both emerged.

We all know about the first group. They’re the white supremacists who rallied to protest the removal of a Confederate statue; however, their other intended goal was to sow some racist and political mayhem.

First of all, the Daily Stormer publicized the rally with this anti-Semitic notice, which is reminiscent of 1930’s German Nazi propaganda:

And then at the rally there were chants like this:

They also brought out the timeworn “Heil!” chant, updated to include the current president. You’d think they’d come up with something more original, but I guess they know what works:

There were also flags with swastikas, naturally:

In addition, the ex-KKK leader and reliable turd-in-the-punchbowl David Duke showed up for the festivities, too.

Charming, aren’t they?

However, another supremacy group showed up as well. Only rather than the superiority of their skin color or nationality, this group believes in the superior morality of their cause.

These are the moral supremacists, and they’re every bit as toxic as the racial supremacists. They want to silence the speech of anyone who dares challenge their self-righteous beliefs. They’re also very willing to use violence to promote their supremacy.

Moral supremacists rose up right after the election of Donald Trump. They’re the people who rioted at Berkeley in February when Milo Yiannopoulos was scheduled to speak on campus. They deemed his speech immoral, so they shut him down. Here’s one of their leaders, Yvette Felarca. She’s a real piece of work.

In addition, there’s the “Antifa,” the self-styled “anti-fascists,” who think it’s their job to take an anti-Trump message to the streets. As a leftwing writer in The Nation wrote:

As with fascisms, not all anti-fascisms are the same, but the essential feature is that anti-fascism does not tolerate fascism; it would give it no platform for debate.

You read that correctly — no free speech, no debate. The moral supremacists are there to shut their opponents down, with violence if necessary.

Then, after Charlottesville’s rioting ended, the moral supremacists showed up on social media in droves.

One journalist shamed anyone who didn’t openly condemn the violence:

He continued:

So if you voted for Trump, you’re in league with Nazis. That’s about half of American citizens.

This guy went even further. He said if you’re white, you’re related to the Charlottesville Nazis:

That’s puzzling to me. My father fought the original Nazis in World War II. Do I get a pass from this conversation?

Then there’s this group that insists that white people must speak out against bigotry. If they’re good Americans, that is.

And if you’re a Republican, you’re a terrorist like James Fields, the guy who drove his car into the crowd of protestors and killed a woman. He’s reported to be a registered Republican. This leftist wants us all to know that.

Finally, there’s the über-feminist and man-hater Jessica Valenti. And she says that just because most of the white supremacists in Charlottesville were white men, that doesn’t mean white women get off easy. Oh, no no! Jessica wants you to know that if you’re a white woman who voted for Trump, you’re just as bad as the marching white supremacists.

Some months ago I predicted to my husband that someone would get killed in one of these melees. And while the white supremacists chalked up the body count in Charlottesville, eventually the moral supremacists might claim a victim too, as they “punch a Nazi,” and maybe do worse. Both groups are loathsome, and represent the worst of the nation. A pox on both their miserable houses.

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Cameron August 13, 2017 at 7:49 am

On the bright side, Yvette may soon learn what life in prison is like.

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GWB August 14, 2017 at 6:34 am

The nazis marching are our cousins, nephews, brothers, uncles…

Ummm, not in my family. And if one of my cousins was involved in this, he wouldn’t even be allowed in family Christmas parties (and all the jerks get invited to family Christmas parties).

He’s reported to be a registered Republican.

Hey! They finally found one!

It’s always a problem when a bunch of a-holes are advocating for the same thing you are. It doesn’t invalidate your position (and we have to be careful not to claim that about others).
I’ve always said that when the crazies endorse me for President, my answer to those demanding I denounce them will be, “Oh heck no! This simply proves that even some of the nutjobs can see I’m right, right through all their otherwise blinkered view of the world. Obviously, you’re nuttier than they are if you oppose my ideas.”

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Kim Quade August 14, 2017 at 9:25 am

I think Reagan expressed some of the same sentiment when social conservatives demanded that he separate himself from the gay Log Cabin Republicans.

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