White nationalist Chris Cantwell, known for role in Charlottesville riots, arrested in Leesburg

Christopher Cantwell blogs:

You may have heard I was recently featured on Warski Live. The video was taken down immediately after the stream, which I did not hold against them since the show airs from Canada and YouTube censorship has been out of control.

What I did hold against them, was when Warski went on Kumite the next day and completely misled his sizeable audience about what had happened.

I have attached an audio recording to this blog post illustrating the deception.

UPDATE: Andy Warski continues his deceptions

Warski completely misrepresented my complaint on a recent stream. I explicitly said I had no problem with them removing the episode from YouTube, but he pretends this is the complaint anyway. I am not making a “free speech” complaint here. I am complaining that he lied on Kumite by claiming I was plotting a literal murder of a specific individual based on his ethnicity, when I had explicitly stated that what I talked about was fictional and hyperbolic.

Oh, and for those of you who have asked, they have not offered me a penny of the thousands of dollars in Super Chats which they repeatedly remarked were the highest ever in the history of the channel.

From Loudon Times Mirror:

Christopher Charles Cantwell, a self-described white nationalist and alt-right activist, was arrested on March 31 in Leesburg for public swearing and intoxication, according to the Leesburg Police Department.

Leesburg police officers observed Cantwell trying to cross the street in the 500 block of Market Street, according to LPD spokesman Sam Shenouda.

“When they made contact with him, he did show signs of drunkenness. He smelled of alcohol, couldn’t keep his balance,” Shenouda told the Times-Mirror. “At that point, we’re responsible for the person’s safety, so he was taken into custody and held until sober.”

Cantwell was later released on his own recognizance.

Cantwell is originally from New Hampshire. Shenouda told the Times-Mirror there was no further investigation as to what he was doing in Leesburg.

Shenouda also told the Times-Mirror that Cantwell was not investigated in relation to KKK literature that has been distributed throughout Loudoun County over the past year.

Additionally, Cantwell’s arrest was not listed in the LDP’s weekly arrest reports. Shenouda said Wednesday he was looking into why Cantwell was not included in the reports.

NBC 29 in Charlottesville first reported the Leesburg arrest in a story about Cantwell’s legal troubles in Albermarle County. Cantwell is currently out on bond after he was arrested for illegal use of tear gas in Albermarle County during a torch-lit white nationalist rally at the University of Virginia on Aug. 11, 2017.

After Albermarle officials announced they had warrants out for Cantwell’s arrest after the Charlottesville riots last August, Cantwell posted a video to YouTube, where he choked back tears and shared a phone number that he said the authorities could use to contact him. The video went viral, earning him the nickname “Crying Nazi.”

Cantwell was featured in a Peabody Award winning Vice News report on the Unite the Right rally. In it, Cantwell tells Vice reporter Elle Reeve that he “got into the racial stuff” and “the radical agenda” after Trayvon Martin was killed.

“Michael Brown, Tamir Rice, and all these things happen, every single case it’s some little black [expletive] behaving like a savage,” Cantwell told Reeve. “Whatever problems I might have with my fellow white people, they generally are not inclined to such behavior and you got to take that into consideration when you’re thinking about how to organize your society.”

A friend says:

Luke did you see the drama that was on cantwell’s show? Cantwell has been attacking people left and right…Attacked Ricky, then Warski, and Anglin, and now this.”

“Suggestion — nobody with a criminal record is allowed to step in front of a camera and represent the AltRight, White Nationalism, anything like that. Cantwell has a record from before Charlottesville. Did some time, even. There’s plenty of things you can never, ever, do again if you’ve got a record. One of them should be right wing activism.”

From Chris Cantwell:

Just over a year ago, we had Simon Roche on the pogrom to discuss his efforts to build an emergency plan initiative to prepare a Protestant Christian South African Minority for a coming violent revolution. Even back then, he had good reason to fear such a conflict. The leader of the EFF (Economic Freedom Fighters) party there has said “We are not calling for the slaughter of white people‚ at least for now… The rightful owners of the land are black people. No white person is a rightful owner of the land here in SA and whole of the African continent”.

Things in that part of the world have only gotten worse since. A movement to strip white landowners of their property without compensation, parading as “land reform,” is gaining steam by the day. Murders and rapes of white South Africans by blacks is becoming normalized. Things have gotten so bad that Australia considered granting priority refugee status to white South Africans, but that was predictably called racist. Some persecuted minorities are more minor than others, it seems.

So Simon got to work raising money for his cause. He traveled around the United States and spoke to people like me, Jared Taylor, Mike Cernovich, Alex Jones, Stefan Molyneux, and others. Some of you probably gave him money.

Some people think that probably wasn’t such a great idea.

Simon contacted me to say that his reputation was under assault, and asked if I’d provide him with a platform to clear the air. Having been the target of liars myself a few times, I sympathized with his plight, and invited him to join us for this Friday’s show.

When I announced that he would be on the show via Gab.ai, an alarming number of you alerted me to suspicions of his motives, character, and even his ethnicity.

Is Simon a Jew? Has Suidlanders been ripping off donors? Are his dealings legal? Is this money helping white South Africans, or just fueling his lifestyle?

About Luke Ford

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