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Saturday in Charlotesville

• https://www.lewrockwell.com, By Paul Gottfried

The news commentary explained that a white racist had run down and killed with a vehicle a thirty-two-year-old "anti-racist" demonstrator, Heather Heyer, while injuring other anti-racists who were protesting a "Unite the Right" rally in downtown Charlottesville. The supposed occasion for the demonstration, the removal of a twenty-six foot statue of Robert E. Lee, did not seem to interest the French commentator, although presumably if French anti-fascists were calling for dismantling statues of Charles de Gaulle or Joan of Arc all over France, the writer might have reacted differently. As an American observer of these events, who makes no bones about his utter revulsion for contemporary American "liberal" and "conservative" commentaries (which I find mostly indistinguishable), I think there's more to the story of what went on in Charlottesville on Saturday than our authorized political sides want us to believe.

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