Long time readers of the Tundra Tabloids KNOW where the TT stands of Leftism, all the many sides and shades to it. Destructive big government statism that picks apart the civil society it’s sworn to uphold and protect is a menace to the social fabric of any society, and needs to be opposed through principled intellectual argumentation and civil concentrated effort (in form of peaceful protest and activism).
As I just stated, the Left has many sides and shades to it, one of them being racist fascism, it’s Marxist heretical cousin. Neo-Nazi/fascism is a collectivist, big government, top-down structured ideology, the racial superiority is but a means to an ends in achieving their perfect Utopian nirvana. Their governmental structure wouldn’t differ too much from anything Plato described in his ‘Republic’.
It’s not conservative, it’s alien, and the proponents of that miserable and failed ideology know it, as do the Democrats who spare no time and expense in tarring their political rivals with it. The former, with hopes of blurring the clear demarcations between themselves and conservatives, while the latter out of pure political expediency helps the Fascists/racists (who in fact a part of the Left) in order to drum fear into their own base for the upcoming elections.
‘Unite the Right’ is not uniting the ‘right’, they are uniting extremists who say they are on the ‘right’. One thing they are not is right about much.
‘Unite the Right’ organized the march of radicals in Charlottesville this past weekend. They were joined by as many as 12 groups totaling between 200 and 500 protesters. There were also reportedly an equal number of leftist radicals.
The two most well-known leaders of ‘Unite the Right’ are Jason Kessler and Richard Spencer.
Only a year ago, white supremacist and ‘Unite the Right’ leader, Jason Kessler, was said to be a supporter a former President Obama and the Occupy movement.
According to the Southern Poverty Law Center, Kessler revealed his political transformation around November 2016, the same month then-candidate Donald Trump won the presidential election.
In November, 2016, Kessler displayed a rightward shift according to SPLC during an attack on Charlottesville vice mayor Wes Bellamy who posted racist and vulgar tweets in 2011 and 2012.