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Gibson has done similar rallies in both Portland and Seattle and they’ve turned bloody.
If Gibson truly wanted to extol the virtues of nonviolence, he wouldn’t invite Kyle Chapman to speak at the upcoming SF and Berkeley rallies.
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If they were simply a celebration of the First Amendment why weren’t they happening before Donnie ran for president and exacerbated peoples’ racially based fears?
On August 26th a rally being billed as “Free Speech, Unity and Peace San Francisco” is being put on by Patriot Prayer, a right wing pro-Trump movement whose FB page says it’s about “fighting corruption and big government with the strength and power of love.” Patriot Prayer is run by Joey Gibson who often tells his followers not to be violent and to use love and kindness to turn opposition to their side.
Today, in 2017, we are instead seeing a cowardly parade of hatred, bigotry, racism and intolerance march down the lawns of the architect of our Bill of Rights.
That way it would be a sad group of 200 people chanting “Make America Great Again” at each other and then going home defeated because they weren’t able to get a rise out of us. There’s already plenty of press about this so I want to make sure we dwarf them in numbers so they know their hate speech is not welcome in The Bay.
I appreciate the sentiment and I stand behind it…or at least I would if it seemed true.
It’s incredibly counterintuitive that so much violence should follow someone who preaches nonviolence.
I was considering writing a new article about the subject, but nothing ever changes in the White Nationalist movement, and everything that I said below is as true today as it was back then.
I bring this up now only because the issue has resurfaced. I have also made my peace with the movement and honestly I have nothing further to say about it.
Lately, I have been hearing the same stories from racially conscious women about the White Nationalist movement – they value their race and are eager to participate and do their part to “secure the existence of our people and a future for White children,” but they are alienated and disillusioned by some of the “wounded soldier” type rhetoric that they see at WN conferences and on the internet.