Signs of Charlottesville ‘white supremacist’ rally being a false flag

Last weekend, a planned “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, to protest the removal of Confederate monuments from public spaces, descended into violence when what the MSM describe as “white supremacists” clashed with counter-protesters, forcing the city to declare a state of emergency.

A white man named James Alex Fields, Jr. rammed his car into a group of counter-demonstrators, killing a liberal, Heather Heyer, and injuring 19. Fields is in police custody, denied bond, and charged with one count of second-degree murder, three counts of malicious wounding, failure to stop for an accident involving a death, and hit-and-run.

Evidence is mounting that the rally and violence may have been staged, although the car crashing into protesters was very real, as you can see in this video:

If the rally was staged, what happened in Charlottesville was a false flag — a traumatic public event staged by government to advance its covert agenda. However, the government is not the Trump administration, but the deep state that means to damage, discredit and remove President Trump by aligning him with the rally’s alleged white supremacists and neo-Nazis.

Here’s the evidence:

(1) The White Supremacist Leader

Incredibly, the leader of what the MSM call the rally’s “white supremacist Nazis” is a former avid Obama supporter and Occupy Wall Street protester named Jason Kessler, who supposedly did a 180° reversal and became a Trump supporter.

According to the Southern Poverty Law Center:

“Rumors abound on white nationalist forums that Kessler’s ideological pedigree before 2016 was less than pure and seem to point to involvement in the Occupy movement and past support for President Obama.

At one recent speech in favor of Charlottesville’s status as a sanctuary city, Kessler live-streamed himself as an attendee questioned him and apologized for an undisclosed spat during Kessler’s apparent involvement with Occupy. Kessler appeared visibly perturbed by the woman’s presence and reminders of their past association….

Regardless of Kessler’s past politics, the rightward shift in his views was first put on display in November, 2016 when his tirade against [Vice-Mayor of Charlottesville] Wes Bellamy began.”

In 2011, Jason Kessler worked for CNN as an “assignment editor”, but we are to believe that now he’s a neo-Nazi white supremacist?

In 2014, Kessler did a public reading of his poem “White Devils”. Would a “white supremacist” do that?

More bizarrely still, according to a self-identified Alt-Rightist activist and organizer named Eli Mosley @ThatEliMosley, a former roommate of Jason Kessler says Kessler is a “failed pothead” who “reinvented himself as a white supremacist”. More bizarrely still, Mosley claims that Kessler’s grandmother’s maiden name was Goldberg, which would make Kessler at least part Jewish.

(2) Unite the Right

If Jason Kessler, the leader of Unite the Right, is suspect, what about his group?

There is buzz on the Internet that Unite the Right is a George Soros-funded “honeypot psyop” of Antifa goons disguised as Nazis.

InfoWars‘ Alex Jones observed that some of the “white supremacist” protesters at Charlottesville actually were Jewish actors who looked like the cast of the TV sitcom Seinfeld. Jones said:

“Nothing against Jews in general, but they are leftist Jews that want to create this clash and they go dress up as Nazis. I have footage in Austin — we’re going to find it somewhere here at the office — where it literally looks like cast of ‘Seinfeld’ or like Howard Stern in a Nazi outfit. They all look like Howard Stern. They almost got like little curly hair down, and they’re just up there heiling Hitler. You can tell they are totally uncomfortable, they are totally scared and it’s all just meant to create the clash.”

Alex Jones later made clear that he wasn’t saying that all “Unite the Right” protesters were Jewish actors, but that some of the so-called white supremacists in Charlottesville looked oddly Jewish.

Jones explained that his suspicion is not unreasonable given the many hoax anti-Semitic hate crimes that turned out to have been committed by Jews. A recent example is “Fake Terrorist: ISIS jihadist calling for attacks on U.S. & Australia is a Jew who lived with his parents in Florida”.

In an effort to verify Jones’ assertion, I found this video from the Charlottesville rally of “white supremacists” carrying flaming torches, making the “Heil Hitler” hand salute, and shouting “We’re standing up for our rights! We’re proud to be white! White lives matter!”.

Do some of the “white supremacists” look Jewish to you?

(3) Crisis Actors

Investigative journalist and founder/editor-in-chief of Disobedient Media William Craddick @williamcraddick tweets:

“There were provocateurs on both sides of the crowd fomenting violence and creating justification for martial law.”

How many of the protesters, on either side, are real?

We know there are “public relations” firms that solicit actors for events, including rallies and protests. Below are a Craig’s List ad by Crowds on Demand — a Los Angeles public relations firm — soliciting “actors and photographers” in Charlotte, NC, to “participate” in “events”, followed by another Craig’s List ad soliciting people for a “Stop Trump” event.

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(4) The Driver

Here is what we are told about James Alex Fields, Jr., 20, the driver of the car that plowed into the crowd, killing Heather Heyer and injuring others (Heavy.com):

  • Fields recently moved to Maumee, Ohio, from Kentucky.
  • A security officer for Securitas Security Services USA who “performed his duties satisfactorily,” Fields was on previously requested vacation time when he attended the rally. After he was arrested, Securitas promptly fired him on Monday, August 14.
  • An uncle, under the condition of anonymity, told The Washington Post that Fields was raised by his paraplegic mom after his dad was killed by a drunk driver just a few months after Fields was born.
  • Fields has no criminal history. However, according to the AP, his mother had called 911 twice in the past, telling officers that he had beaten her.
  • High school teacher Derek Weimer said Fields had been diagnosed with schizophrenia and was on anti-psychotic medication. Weimer also said Fields “really bought into this white supremacist thing. He was very big into Nazism. He really had a fondness for Adolf Hitler.”
  • The car that rammed into the crowd in Charlottesville, a gray 2010 Dodge Challenger, was registered in Fields’ name.
  • Charlottesville Police Chief, Al Thomas, said the crash was premeditated.

However, according to Ruby Henley of Investment Watch Blog (IWB), citing Tweeter “Whitehouse Plumber” @rharrisonfries (who identifies himself as a retired television broadcast manager and U.S. Navy), James A. Fields “was a supporter of Hillary Clinton and a member of Antifa funded by George Soros.”

More confusing still, according to former NSA operative Jim Stone, James Alex Fields Jr. is not who the MSM say he is:

“‘James Alex Fields Jr’ – supposedly of Maumee, OH – doesn’t turn up when you search his name on Intelius. Oh, plenty of James A Fields exist, but none 20 years old from OH (or VA or anywhere else in the USA).”

Using the people search engine Spokeo, I found there are 5,149 people named “James Fields” in the United States:

  • 365 “James Fields” in Ohio, none of whom is a “James A. Fields,” age 20. In fact Ohio has no 2o-year-old “James Fields”.
  • 342 “James Fields” in Kentucky, none of whom is a “James A. Fields,” age 20. Nor does Kentucky have any 2o-year-old “James Fields”.

Stone claims that the man who actually crashed the car is “a seasoned military veteran” named James G. Field, age 32, and that the name of “the patsy” is actually James Bloom. Indeed, according to The Blade, the name of the paraplegic mother of “James A. Fields, Jr.” is Samantha Bloom, of Florence, Kentucky.

Spokeo says there is a “Samantha Lea Bloom,” aka Samantha Meyer, 49, whose most recent address is in Maumee, Ohio, and who had lived in Florence, Kentucky, and Silver Grove, Kentucky. Spokeo has no family members for Samantha Bloom. However, when she was in Silver Grove, she lived with a “James Meyer” (could this be “James A. Fields, Jr.”?)

Below are side-by-side pics of the driver in the car (screenshot taken from a video of Charlottesville), James Alex Fields Jr. (who Stone says is really named James Bloom), and James Field, 32.

Compare the side of the face and the mouth of the three men. To me, James Field, 32, more resembles the driver: same lean face, same mouth.

(5) The Police

Charlottesville police were told by the mayor to stand down. Trial lawyer Robert Barnes @Barnes_Law, referring to a tweet by ACLU of Virginia, tweeted that:

ACLU confirms that police were given stand-down order. This invited the violence the city used to shut down a court-permitted protest.”

VDare reports:

“Antifa,” the openly communist, anti-white and violent thugs who exist solely to attack European-Americans, were out in force in the city, using the cowardly tactics they specialize in: spraying demonstrators with mace, throwing bottles and bricks, and attacking people with weapons (including a homemade flamethrower).

It is quite true, as VDARE.com reported, that the police did not protect [Unite the Right] demonstrators from Antifa and did little to prevent confrontations. Attendees of the demonstration, rather than walking a clear path to the park, were instead forced to walk through a line of screaming protesters….

Then activists, totally unprotected by police, were deliberately funneled into a gauntlet of attacking Communists, in a kind of Kill Zone. Injuries on both sides were predictable….

All of this occurred after a “state of emergency” had been declared and demonstrations were supposed to have been halted….

Violence did not just “break out” at Unite The Right. Attendees were attacked—by Leftists and by the police. They worked together as seamlessly as if they had common leadership.

The video below shows Charlottesville police standing by, just watching the “killer car” drive by:

H/t Jim Fetzer, John Molloy, FOTM‘s DCG, josephbc69, lophatt and maziel.

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~Eowyn

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108 responses to “Signs of Charlottesville ‘white supremacist’ rally being a false flag

  1. Here’s a couple of very interesting finds on YouTube. In this first video, a woman is interviewed who was on the scene at the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA on Aug. 12, 2017. Her story begins at a restaurant that was located so that its back door opened into the same alley where James Alex Fields drove his car into a crowd, killing one woman and injuring many other people. Among other revelations, she tells of how persons on both sides of this conflict had ARRIVED TOGETHER IN THE SAME CONVOY OF SIX CHARTER BUSES and that these buses had parked along the side of the street near the restaurant.

    In this next video, another woman recounts her horrifying experiences during the Aug. 12, 2017 “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, VA.

    Both videos provide some important first-hand details that have mostly been overlooked. Check em out. As with other videos that I think provide really important evidence, both of these videos have been archived in my media collection on archive.org in case they get deleted from YouTube (which is likely):

    https://archive.org/details/@the-postman

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  2. Here’s another from a cop who was there. I’ll post another that shows that they arrived together in a bus caravan, just as she stated.

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    • This is really pretty hard to ignore. “Coincidence” would rank right up there with winning the lottery three or four times.

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  3. Here’s the piece on the arrival. When you stage an event its easier to bus your actors than it is to rely on them getting to the performance on time:

    http://12160.info/video/eye-witness-kkk-antifa-blm-on-same-buses

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  4. The Va State Policemens funeral was last week no video of funeral or procession online

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  5. James Alex Fields, Jr was given a return court date of August 25th by Judge Downer. I am having a hard time finding any reports indicating news coverage of such an event which is a good indicator this really is a false flag.

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  6. Qui bono? It’s the ADL…again.

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  9. Reblogged this on necltr and commented:

    The world is a stage with seven billion cameo parts and a few C grade actors leading the rest using F grade scripts.

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  11. If you have not seen Miles Mathis’ recent post about this event you might want to have a gander at it. His work is at mileswmathis.com.

    By the way, I am happy to see some of the good old names from James Tracy’s blog here. Stupidly, I have not been keeping up with the stories on FOTM. As the teenagers say, “My bad.”

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  12. It looks to me like James A Fields lost some weight from the time of the rally to the time of his mugshot. Does anyone agree? Also, what’s with the checkered shirt? Is that standard jail uniform in Charlottesville or was that picture taken on a different day?

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    • The black & white shirt is jail issued. I think Fields was a repeat of what happened to Jerry Varnell. Both had pre-existing mental issues and both where on the “watch list”.

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