How They Do It– From Swastikas to David Duke: Nazism and anti-Semitism Take Center Stage at Charlottesville Rally

The most commonly heard chants at a white supremacist rally in Virginia have origins in anti-Semitic conspiracy theories and Nazi ideology

ed note–take a good look at that picture. As we have warned here now for sometime, Judea, Inc and all its sub-corporations don’t need to write hit-piece after hit-piece after hit-piece in seeding the public mind in the direction they need. All that is necessary is for a few idiots such as those pic’d above to go out in public wearing their stupid regalia while making idiots of all of us and–VOILA–another homerun for Israel, Zionism, and entrenched Jewish power.


The mass gathering of white supremacists and “alt-right” supporters in Charlottesville, Virginia on Saturday not only centered around a Civil War controversy and the historic racial tension in the south – anti-Semitic and neo-Nazi slogans and symbols were prominent as well, with flags depicting swastikas flying side-by-side with Confederate flags.

The most commonly heard chants at the “Unite the Right” events, the torch-bearing march on Friday night as well as the aborted rally on Saturday, were “You Will Not Replace Us!” (occasionally replaced with “Jews Will Not Replace Us!”) and “Blood and Soil.”

“You Will Not Replace Us” has become a popular white supremacist catchphrase over the past six months. The slogan is used by white supremacists to communicate their intent to defend what they perceive as their white race and culture, and resist being “replaced” by minority groups who – they believe, if demographic trends continue – will turn them into a weak minority, leading to their defeat and eventual disappearance.  

According to the Anti-Defamation League, the slogan represents the view that unless immediate action is taken, “the white race is doomed to extinction by an alleged ‘rising tide of color’ purportedly controlled and manipulated by Jews.” The origin of the slogan was traced by the ADL to Identity Evropa, a white supremacist, “alt-right” group, who first used it at a protest last February. Over the course of the spring the slogan spread, showing up on white supremacist fliers posted at universities around the country “which depict a white family with a baby” resembling “fliers distributed in the 1990s and early 2000s by the neo-Nazi National Alliance.”

The chant “Blood and Soil” has even clearer historic ties to Nazi ideology. Its German version “Blut und Boden” was rooted in Hitler’s belief that so-called German Aryans were rural and tied to their soil through farming and agriculture. His manifestos preached that native Germans “came from the soil,” in contrast to the “cosmopolitan” industrialists, who Hitler associated with corruption, communism and Jews.

The “Blood and Soil” slogan has become a central point for the white supremacist group Vanguard America, which was highly visible at the Charlottesville rally. The group writes on its website that, “a multicultural nation is no nation at all, but a collection of smaller ethnic nations ruled over by an overbearing tyrannical state. Our America is to be a nation exclusively for the White American peoples who out of the barren hills, empty plains, and vast mountains forged the most powerful nation to ever have existed. Vanguard America stands indomitably opposed to the tyranny of globalism and capitalism.”

Among those present in Charlottesville on Saturday was David Duke, a former grand wizard of the Ku Klux Klan, who said in an interview posted on Twitter that the event “represents a turning point for the people of this country,” and added that, “We are going to fulfill the promises of Donald Trump. That’s what we believed in, that’s what we voted for, Donald Trump, because he said he’s going to take our country back.”

In a live video filmed while leaving the rally in a car full of his followers, Duke called the event “great fun” and said he and his friends were proud to be able to chant “The Goyim Know” – which is an “alt-right” catchphrase meant to indicate that they know about what they perceive as Jewish conspiracies – indicating a belief that the removal of the Confederate statues in Charlottesville was a Jewish plot. His companions called the rally’s counterprotesters “Jewish homosexual cat ladies” and “animals” and decried “American soldiers running white men out.” According to Duke’s followers, they had been denied freedom of speech and freedom of assembly when the rally was declared unlawful and forcibly disbanded.

Duke then posted a video on Twitter featuring a man dressed like an ultra-Orthodox Jew, with a black hat and sidecurls, chuckling and rubbing his hands together. “Do you doubt my power now?” the man asked, as if he were going to stop the broadcast, until he was dragged beyond the camera’s view, screaming in the background, “Oy Vey!”

Richard Spencer, who is credited with coining the expression “alt-right,” also participated on Saturday and spoke at the Friday night march. Spencer was sprayed with mace and wrestled to the ground by police after the orders went out to disperse the protests. “I have never been so outraged at the mayor,” said Spencer on a Twitter livestream, which, like Duke, he sent out repeatedly to his supporters over the course of the day.

In the past, Mike Signer, the Jewish mayor of Charlottesville, has been personally targeted in online anti-Semitic attacks from white nationalists, including Spencer and his followers, telling him to “go back to Israel” because he will “not stay in power here.”

Signer and the Charlottesville city council have been attacked by critics on the right for voting to remove the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee from a public park, and to remove a statue of Confederate General Stone. White nationalists protesting the move from around the country, including Spencer, have repeatedly returned to the city for protests over the past months, culminating in the unrest that took place there on Saturday.

“We’re going to be back and fight another day,” Spencer vowed on his livestream. Spencer, who famously celebrated U.S. President Donald Trump’s election victory with a Nazi salute and hailed Trump’s “de-Judaification” of the Holocaust, chose to interpret the president’s tweet condemning violence in Charlottesville as criticism of the white supremacist protestors.

  1. #1 by lobro on 08/13/2017 - 9:34

    All that is necessary is for a few IDIOTS such as those pic’d above to go out in public wearing their stupid regalia while making idiots of all of us and–VOILA–another homerun for Israel, Zionism, and entrenched Jewish power.

    hmm, and what guarantee is there, knowing the depth of infiltration by jews in kkk and john birch that they aren’t jews (JUDIOTS).

    that picture screams CUI BONO.

    ed note–lobro, there was a time when we could reasonably ask the question whether or not these guys were plants, but not anymore. I deal with these people everyday and have watched/commented upon the fact that they get dumber by the minute, surrender their reason to groupthink and engage in the most inane, self-destructive behavior imaginable. If I allowed to be posted the dozens of comments I receive on this website every day from these people, including up to this very minute, trust me when I say you would not be entertaining such meanderings.

  2. #2 by roberthstiver on 08/13/2017 - 9:34

    Thank you for this post and for Haaretz, the only decent MSM outlet in the Ziostate. I admit to great disappointment that David Duke, who has the Zionist enterprise in the “holy” land exactly right in his analyses of its never-ending vindictive lust to exterminate the indigenous Palestinians, reverts to his past and thus discredits his present and future. He should stick with “full justice, liberation and peace” for the beleaguered and endangered Palestinians.

  3. #3 by Rory on 08/13/2017 - 9:34

    You’re right MG, the WN movement shoots itself in the foot, BIGTIME! They’re morons, and no help to the Truth movement. You’re right that some people can’t differentiate between them and people like us, but they’re also morons. Even if the WN didn’t exist to stink things up, too many people are still too brainwashed and “politically correct” to ever see the trees through the forest. They’re dead soldiers and will never fight for anything. Think Christian Zionists. But then too, that’s another front to concentrate on. Maybe if they discover that their Scofield Bible was written & produced by jews, and you reminded them what Jesus had to say about the jews, even they might stop & think.

    I believe that the WN groups are insignificant because they apparently are against EVERYONE, so as an influential force, they are nowhere and irrelevant. We hear about them once or twice a year, and they’re immediately forgotten.

    Intelligent, logical people usually listen to facts & evidence presented in a rational way. I will never abandon 9-11 & “Holocaust” education because of these creeps! Everyone knows these neo-Nazis exist in America and ignore them. So should we. They should never be mentioned or acknowledged, just as with the “Sandy Hookers”. Smarter Americans are able to differentiate between them and people like us, who stick to the program.

    We must always continue to shine the light on Judaic lies and crimes. Truth is our sword. Let no one sway us from our mission. 9-11 & the “Holocaust” are, along with current Judaic events, our bread & butter. Dismantling the huge lies of 9-11 & the “Holocaust” is easy. Getting people to face the facts is more difficult, but it must be done. Destroy the lies of those two Judaic “events” and the whole rotten structure comes crashing down. They are the support columns of the jewish skyscraper; without them, it comes down. 9-11 & the Hoax are my two main departments, and I’ll keep hammering away at them, as so many others do and have, making great progress over the years.
    It isn’t going to happen overnight.

    Despite my mission, no one has ever accused me of being a WN or Nazi! I never bad mouth any group of people other than the jews. I focus and stick to the attack plan. The seeds of doubt must be planted. People must hear the facts & evidence surrounding 9-11 & the Hoax, 10 times a day, daily!
    It will eventually soak in. I simply instruct people to be honest & objective, to act as jurors, weighing the facts against the lies to come to a verdict. If they’re even half way honest with themselves, that’s what they’ll do. Give them the choice to be objective & honest and challenge them to be so.

  4. #4 by Rory on 08/13/2017 - 9:34

    Unfortunately, David Duke’s past is like a hideous birth defect for him, despite the fact that he has a doctorate in history and that his book “Secret Behind Communism” is academic gold.

    Duke saw the light; that it’s the jews, stupid! But it came too late; he’d already been branded a racist.

  5. #5 by roberthstiver on 08/13/2017 - 9:34

    Two excellent comments, Rory. Thank you. I’m a staunch “Holocaust” doubter and will continue to be so until full-and-free scholarship, research, debate and public conclusion become possible (that’s not likely, surely not in my lifetime). 9-11 is a false-flag operation at so many probable levels that I simply can’t wrap my head around it; again, a rigorous, no-holds-barred investigation and publicly announced conclusion are no-brainer prerequisites…just as unlikely. At the end of yesterday, today and every day, I’m a bottom-line one-issue guy and my issue is Palestine…not, IMO, as unlikely since the militant/political Zionists seem intent, typically in full view before our very eyes, on arrogance, overreach, astonishing cruelty and psychotic sadism, and in general pushing the sane world toward the blowback they richly deserve. Solve Palestine and we’ll be on our way toward the light…and, to boot, the Palestinians will be appreciative!

  6. #6 by 5 dancing shlomos on 08/14/2017 - 9:34

    i would say

    1/3 “idiots”
    1/3 jew
    1/3 fbi

  7. #7 by Karen Carter on 08/14/2017 - 9:34

    Apparently, you practice censorship yourself. Please unsubscribe me from your emails. Your unfair criticisms towards peaceful white nationalist groups tell me that you despise the much maligned European and North American people also.\

    ed note–it’s always the same with you people–‘unfair criticism of white nationalist groups’, blah, blah, blah, you sound like Jews who also recoil at any well-founded criticism at their behavior.

    You have to unsubscribe yourself as it is not a function available to the website owners.

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