The Peaceful March on Google has been postponed due to credible Alt Left terrorist threats for the safety of our citizen participants.
Despite our clear and straightfoward statements denouncing bigotry and hatred, CNN and other mainstream media made malicious and false statements that our peaceful march was being organized by Nazi sympathizers.
Following the articles, credible threats from known Alt Left terrorist groups [were received]…
We hope to hold our peaceful march in a few weeks’ time.
We look forward to the day when the human right of peaceful Free Speech is once again able to be practiced in America.
Addendum about the march’s organizers:
I mentioned earlier that they are “known to be pro-peace, anti-racist and anti-Alt Right”. Here’s the skinny on that.
- The main organizer is Jack Posobiec.
- He got a bit of web site help from Mike Cernovich.
- Back in 2016, each man more-than-parted with the “Alt Right”, on realizing that the label had been taken over by racists like Richard Spencer and Jason Kessler.
- Posobiec even had an unfortunate dispute with Kessler, in the course of rejecting Kessler. (thanks rusty)
- Worried about racist infiltrators, Cernovich specifically excluded Alt Righters from the DeploraBall in January (and featured Posobiec).
- In June, Posobiec held a Rally for Peace that specifically excluded Alt Righters (and featured Cernovich).
- The rally was a mile away from a different one, that Richard Spencer was at, and that Posobiec dropped out of when he was horrified to learn of Spencer being around.
- FWIW, both men are the target of death threats from both Alt Right and Alt Left.
I think that, in the last week, it has become official that the term “Alt Right” means only the racist, #WhiteLivesMatter types. Terms evolve, or sometimes devolve. It’s much too late to recover the term “Alt Right” for better people. Which is OK; let the #WhiteLivesMatter douches have it.