Message from CarletonJ in Nice Respectable People Group #general
So was Ian
Indeed, but everyone who came knew to walk out together.
Unfortunately he came alone.
But I will say that imo Fields is completely innocent, perhaps guilty of negligence at the very most, bad optics are weak evidence for establishing the express malice of first degree murder, many people commit murder and other crimes who are liberal or apolitical, and the vast majority of those with bad optics are not criminals although they do make me worry at times.
I also went to cville alone
It could have been me
But I also used my head
I’m pictured next to the guy. I personally still stand with him and felt that verdict Ike it was my own
I was on the front
I talk to a handful of guys that day who came alone. They were all kind of weirdos. If your in a racist 'fraternity' you are a bit of a weirdo. If any of you autists ended up in jail I would lament and not be a f*g about it
If blacks will excuse their most heinous of criminals despite how those same criminals terrorize their own communities I will speak up for the rights of an innocent white man when it is appropriate.
Oath keepers were pointing rifles at everyone
I think that there is an argument to be made on both sides.
@TylerHess Blacks will also disavow members who do bad things and they also have people saying "what an innocent young lad".
It's giving me adrenaline thinking about all of this and cville
I still have webms on my computer of nationalists marching and shouting "blood and soil". I was so proud
I miss how things were prior to UTR.
It would actually be beneficial to IE if a public statement was made regarding how we cannot comment on this due to an ongoing law suit.
I will have to find them
Patrick and the team make great decisions regarding media engageme t
Not standing up for railroaded white people is a very bad look
I think the less we publicly draw attention to ourselves + Cville, the better. A statement on something that has nothing to do with us officially will only reinforce the link between us and that disaster.
As individuals, stand with Fields if you feel so inclined.
And the death of law and order is certainly note worthy for an Identitarian group
>making passive aggressive digs at who you view as the opposing side on this issue
“Surely this will bridge this divide!”
Pick your battles
Fields' situation is very regrettable. He was dealt a bad hand the day he was born. I think the best we can do now is hope for a successful appeal.
Ask yourself what we can gain and what we can lose
“IE defends convicted murderers” isn’t a “good look” lol
Strategy, not emotion, is what guides leadership
Volk I don't know who you are directing that towards, who is making these comments ?