KNOW THY ENEMY
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Know thy enemy and act accordingly. The inexperienced can be forgiven for thinking it an exaggeration to say corporate media and the vicious far-left caucus is the same thing. American academic Andrew Dodson would likely have thought such a suggestion bizarre. Sadly, he is now dead as a consequence of his learning the hard way.
Reflect; corporate media and the broad left alliance constantly promote scare stories about ethnic-European nationalists. Preference for one’s own kind, which everyone practices, especially Jews, is said to be ‘racist’ only when Whites prefer their own kind. When was the last time you saw a news story or TV coverage criticising the anarchic and deeply sinister Antifa or other globalists groups? Never! Corporate media and the far left are two sides of the same coin.
Fired from his job and suffering from severe emotional and psychological trauma, this brilliant engineer-mathematician has committed suicide after harassment, intimidation, and threats by the neo-Bolshevik Antifa activists aided by the same journalists who stuff your newspapers with their leftist spin.
A successful 34-year-old man who participated in the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville, Va., Andrew Dodson committed suicide after being harassed, intimidated, and threatened by members of the radical leftist Antifa in collaboration with media journalists. Andrew Dodson, originally from Greenville, S.C., took his own life at his home on March 9, 2017.
Dodson graduated from Clemson University in 2007 with degrees in electrical engineering and mathematics. He began working for DuPont in Louisiana shortly thereafter. The promising ethnic-European went on to create for himself curriculum vitae of considerable merit.
Following the Unite the Right rally and the publicity his presence and participation generated, Dodson became a target of Antifa activists and mainstream journalists, who exposed his identity and harassed him online. The brilliant academic was then fired from his job and suffered from severe emotional and psychological trauma.
Public photos emerged of Dodson wearing an Arkansas Engineering t-shirt at the rally. Individuals associated with the university, including a professor, were misidentified as Dodson after the photo was shared on social media and appeared in local newspapers, and many of the innocent victims were harassed online. To save their being harassed and threatened by the media fuelled witch-hunt Dodson courageously identified himself. He spoke with local media outlets in Arkansas to set the record straight.
“There are a couple of guys in Fayetteville that have been misidentified as me. It’s not those guys, it’s not them; it’s me,” Dodson explained to the Arkansas Times.
Dodson had campaigned for Ron Paul in 2008. He also participated in both the Occupy Wall Street movement and the Tea Party, and ultimately decided to go to Charlottesville to attend the Unite the Right rally because he wanted to “see who these alt-right people were,” despite the hostile media coverage of the burgeoning political movement.
He explained to local media outlets that he did not “see any Nazi flags, just a bunch of guys in khakis. He thought the rally and many of the individuals participating in it were legitimate activists rather than white supremacists and neo-Nazis.
He explained that the main problem with the rally was that there were provocateurs and radicals “trying to instigate violence on both sides as an excuse to stop us from having our free speech,” which is ultimately what happened at the rally.
“Contrary to ‘official’ reports, Andrew Dodson was a real victim of the events in Charlottesville,” Dr. Jim Fetzer, a retired professor and prolific researcher and author who has written extensively about the Unite the Right rally, explained to a reporter in a recent interview.
“He was a sincere participant who was profoundly troubled by on-going attacks upon him for participating in (what he took to be) a just and peaceful protest.”
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