Photos Of The Bloody Violence At Today's "Unite The Right" Rally In Charlottesville, Virginia

Submitted by: fancylad 1 week ago in News & Politics


A state of emergency has been declared in Charlottesville, Virginia following a clash between white supremacists and protesters amidst the hate group's 'Unite the Right' rally. This march comes on the heels of an unlawful march with torches through the University of Virginia in Charlottesville on August 11, 2017, where Nazi-affiliated slogans were chanted.



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Male 15,063
This raises an interesting question: how do you police a riot if the rioters are armed with assault rifles?
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Male 440
Draculya you shoot them, can always build a bigger gun
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Male 1,365
Draculya Ultrasonic pain field generator.
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Male 3,982
If you think it's okay to attack people for their beliefs congratulations you are the Nazi. 
It doesn't matter if you choose conservative or liberal they both strive for the same end thought control for everyone. If you don't think the way we think then there's something wrong with you. 
This kind of thinking is the most anti-American thing you could possibly do. If you're as tolerant as you say you are you must accept these people as you do anyone else.
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Male 2,888
dm2754

"If you think it's okay to attack people for their beliefs congratulations you are the Nazi."

You're fucking joking right?

Are you anything other than a German?  Because that is exactly what the rest of the world did against the Nazis.  We attacked them for their belief that they were a superior race that could exterminate another race and attempt to subjugate the rest of the world.

Guess what...it's pretty fucking American to stand up against racism and hate filled fucks like these White Supremacist all fucking day long.  There is no tolerating this kind of mentality...PERIOD
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Male 3,767
kalron27 you've shown that its justified to stand up to people like yourself.
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Male 6,000
kalron27 Well...we actually fought the Nazis because they kind of started a war, as I recall. A counter demonstration against the alt-right, or maybe the "all-white", group wasn't inappropriate. The violence was. From what (very) little I've read it appears to have started with the counter protesters but it may well simply be that I haven't read enough of the reports.
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Male 2,888
broizfam ...and why did they start that war? subjugation of the world...
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Male 6,000
kalron27 My point was that we weren't attacking them (the Nazis) because of their beliefs but because of their actions; that is, their actual attempt at subjugation. It may well be that I misread the meaning of your comment but it looks like you were saying that we attacked over their belief that 1) they were superior and 2)they could subjugate.
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Male 2,888
broizfam Didn't they attack Europe and Russia as well as Korea and China via Japanese being influenced in addition to America based on "their belief that 1) they were superior and 2)they could subjugate."?

We only retaliated to that belief.
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Male 1,365
kalron27 We didn't do a thing until Japan attacked us. The Nazis had already invaded Poland and France, killing thousands of innocent people just trying to live their lives.  
It had NOTHING to do with what they believed. They could have believed in the invisible pink unicorn that farts rainbows, but if they start killing people that disagree with them, they are wrong. Period.
Also, Japan attacked China, not the Nazis. They just jumped at the chance, Germany had no influence on that decision other than the fact that they invaded Poland and got everyone's attention.

Before any of that happened, the National Socialist party (or Nazis for you kids out there that never took a history class) became the second largest political party in Germany in 1930. in 1933, Hitler was elected chancellor. That same year, the Nazis set fire to the Reichstag building (basically the equivalent of the White House) allowing Hitler a massive power grab under the pretext of "protecting the nation from threats to its security". (Sound familiar yet?) This lead to the boycott of Jewish businesses, harassment of German Jews and the eventual creation of concentration camps and their systematic extermination. Many people either didn't care because the Jewish people were constantly maligned or didn't believe that their government would do such things.

The Nazis didn't pop up overnight and start attacking, it was a buildup and much of it was applauded by the general public because the masses are easily led sheep. Just like a large portion of the US population.

Do you REALLY think everything that's going on now has never happened before?  You people out there protesting and counter protesting are being lead somewhere. I'm not sure where, but you can be SURE it's not somewhere we want to end up.


As an aside, it still amazes me how often I hear someone called a 'nazi' by a socialist. Are people really THAT ignorant? Nazi's WERE Socialists.
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Male 2,888
squidbush

"you kids" 1) I'm not a kid 2) I know my history but whatever, I already stated the point is moot.  In addition "as well as Korea and China via Japanese" was what I said, Japan was totally influenced by Germany. 

Also, a little history for you mister buff, this site would disagree with you:

http://militaryhistorynow.com/2013/01/09/the-war-before-the-war-americas-pre-pearl-harbor-involvement-in-ww2/

America had already entered the war prior to Pearl Harbor, that was just the straw that broke the camel's back to make it official.  There were already discussions in government and the public to do so sooner because it was the right thing to do.  As a side note, if you asked my Grandpa or my wife's Pop-pop what they fought for in WWII it wasn't just "Pearl Harbor" but rather in opposition to what the Nazi's regime stood for.  Japan was pure revenge though.

Your final statement...are you calling me a Socialist?  You got that part completely wrong...
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Male 6,000
kalron27 I would say that we retaliated not because of their beliefs but because of the actual violent acts they perpetrated as a result those beliefs. Similarly, a white supremacist doesn't get jailed simply because he thinks black people should be attacked, he gets jailed (I hope!) for actually attacking. 
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Male 2,888
broizfam I'm not sure what you are arguing here.  The point is moot.  We attacked in retaliation for both reasons, not one or the other.  

"Similarly, a white supremacist doesn't get jailed simply because he thinks black people should be attacked"

If you are referring to my statement then no, but there is no reason why you shouldn't protest such hate.  It shouldn't be tolerated in society any more.
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Male 6,000
kalron27 "there is no reason why you shouldn't protest such hate."
Absolutely. I couldn't agree more. Making it violent - being the one to instigate the violence - is what I think is wrong.
In a sense, I agree that we fought the Nazis for both reasons but I don't think we'd have done so merely for their belief that they had the right to attack other nations. It took the actual act of doing so combined with their apparent belief that they had the right to continue on doing so.

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Male 2,523
I kinda feel bad for the really young ones.  If they are out there, 30-35 years old or older, whatever, good luck to them.

The young guys, just outta high school/college do not appreciate how this can negatively impact their future forever, these pictures will never go away.  

It's a lot like how some of those young college girls from the girls gone wild videos got screwed (figuratively) when they went seeking real jobs but they were already known as girls in those videos.
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Male 264
daegog I don't feel bad for them. At all. If they are stupid enough to join the likes of the alt-right, and publicly join rallies like this, then I say let them wallow in the shit-bed they decided to make for themselves.
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Male 2,888
daegog Unfortunately you are right.  As I said below, those I know back in the day, most were just following the pack...the trend...the fad just to fit in.  Not only can it negatively impact their future, but it can have an effect on them internally as well.  Regret is a bitch to bare.
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Male 2,888
I knew some true skinheads back in the late 80's\early 90's, they were a hateful bunch of assholes.  Their reasoning for hate was purely based on ignorance, fear and self doubt, not to mention a sadistic desire to cause harm to others, especially those who were not white.  If you disagreed with them or were seen hanging out with "the blacks" you'd get the shit end of their boot.  Good thing the ones who were truly into it ended up in jail and the other grew out of it like a fad.
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Male 3,767
kalron27 like how you hate on people who know agree with a science that disagrees with the science your media preaches?
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Right wing nut job deliberately drives car into group of people with the intent of causing harm. What that guy did is an act of terrorism, but of course its not being reported that way.
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Male 15,063
This is where gun control gets you. If only there had been one good guy armed with an RPG, that car would never have made it into the crowd.
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Male 6,000
Draculya And if they had all had guns there would be a lot of funerals to arrange.
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Male 15,063
1 killed, 19 injured when a car deliberately rammed a group of counter protesters.

Your president had some helpful words to restore order "Charlottesville sad!"

https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/896431205549318144
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Male 2,888
Draculya Just read that...shameful and sad.
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