Racial killing in Virginia

Glock 21 .45For the last few months, The League has been warning Whites all across the South to be “situationally aware” and prepared to defend themselves, especially against the current wave of black-on-white violent crime.

This morning there was a racially-motivated killing in Moneta, Virginia, in which a negro male, Vester Flanagan II (aka Bryce Williams), shot to death two white former co-workers–reporter Alison Parker (24) and cameraman Adam Ward (27)–while they were conducting a live interview for station WDBJ-TV of Roanoke. A third white person, Vicki Gardner, was hospitalized with a gunshot wound.

Flanagan, who later died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound, reportedly posted a video of the shooting on social media. He was motivated, according to various reports, by “racism” against him and by the recent Charleston church shooting.  “What sent me over the top was the (Charleston) church shooting,” ABC News reported from an apparent “suicide note” left by Flanagan.

After Dylann Roof killed nine blacks at a church in Charleston earlier this summer, there were calls from the elite media, establishment politicians (particularly the GOP), and the left in general for the removal of all traditional Southern and Confederate symbols. We wonder what the black community will be called upon to give up in the wake of this explicitly racially-motivated double murder. Or will the current racial double standard continue to apply? Will “racism” be an accepted excuse for murderous behavior by blacks against whites? Time will tell.

Whatever happens, we encourage whites across Dixie to be even more vigilant and prepared to defend yourselves with deadly force when necessary.

Michael Hill

 

 

 

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Michael Hill

Dr Michael Hill is President of the League of the South. He is a retired university professor of history and author of two books on Celtic warfare.