Sunday, August 13, 2017


Police on Sunday identified the woman killed Saturday when a vehicle plowed into a group of counterprotesters here as 32-year-old  [white para-legal] Heather D. Heyer.

Authorities said 19 other pedestrians suffered injuries ranging from serious to minor.

Heyer was among those gathered in Charlottesville to oppose the neo-Nazis, Ku Klux Klan members and other white nationalists making a show of force in Charlottesville.”

She may go down in history as the first fatality victim of the AltRight movement in America.  A female exercising her First Amendment rights. R.I.P. Heather.  My sincere condolences to her friends and family.

Ironically, the is just the type of person the race-obsessed alt-right needs to be a baby factory to help whites keep their majority status in the U.S.



James Fields Jr., the maniac driver who police say steered his beloved Dodge Challenger into a crowd of peaceful protesters in Charlottesville, Va., had been brandishing a shield emblazoned with a white supremacist emblem just hours before the deadly rampage Saturday.

The Daily News photographed Fields on the front lines of a volatile rally about 10:30 a.m. — flanked by other white men in polo shirts and tan slacks clutching the racially charged black-and-white insignia of the Vanguard America hate group.

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James Alex Fields Jr. (c.) brandished a shield from the Vanguard America group before the Charlottesville attack.

(Go Nakamura/New York Daily News)

The Anti-Defamation League depicted Vanguard American as one focused on white identity, but noted that its members have “increasingly demonstrated a neo-Nazi ideology.”

III.  Here’s Vanguard America’s Website.

Notice they use the Nazi slogan ‘blood and soil.”  Notice also that the racist protestors use a common Nazi fixture—carrying blazing torches.

“Blood and Soil (German: Blut und Boden) refers to a racist ideology that focuses on ethnicity based on two factors, descent blood (of a folk) and territory. It celebrates the relationship of a people to the land they occupy and cultivate, and it places a high value on the virtues of rural living.” . .

Nazi ideology[edit]

Richard Walther Darré addressing a meeting of the farming community in Goslar on 13 December 1937 standing in front of a Reichsadler and Swastika crossed with a sword and wheat sheaf labelled Blood and Soil (from the German Federal Archive)

The doctrine not only called for a "back to the land" approach and re-adoption of rural values; it held that German land was bound, perhaps mystically, to German blood.[8] Peasants were the Nazi cultural heroes, who held charge of German racial stock and German history—as when a memorial of a medieval peasant uprising was the occasion for a speech by Darré praising them as force and purifier of German history.[9] This would also lead them to understand the natural order better, and, in the end, only the man who worked the land really possessed it.[10] Urban culture was decried as a weakness, "asphalt culture", that only the Führer's will could eliminate — sometimes, as a code for Jewish influence.[11]

It contributed to the Nazi ideal of a woman: a sturdy peasant, who worked the land and bore strong children, contributing to praise for athletic women tanned by outdoor work.[12] That country women gave birth to more children than city ones, also was a factor in the support.[13]



  1. "Peaceful protesters"? BS. The Antifa terrorists have begun the violence at every gathering with which they've been to. Behavior just like the Nazi Brownshirts or Mao's Red Guard.

    Antifa initiates violence and the media blames their targets.


  2. no comment on the a connection? No expression of sorrow or sympathy at the murder. Is there any evidence the she was not a peaceful protestor? Any evidence that the group she was marching with was not peaceful? I guess if some of the ant-racist protestors were not peaceful this justifies murder of an unarmed female counter-protestor?
    She was murdered because she was challenging racist beliefs strongly held by the murderer. Please address the issue rather than one word in a picture caption.

  3. Sorry for the typos. NO COMMENT ON THE NAZI CONNECTION? You don't find neo-nazis offensive?