Ninety-nine percent of the time, it's anti-racists disrupting White activists at public rallies and demonstrations. White activists will announce a rally or gathering, and anti-racists will show up to protest -- or worse. But on June 13th, 2010, an intrepid band of White activists led by Occidental Dissent editor Hunter Wallace turned the tables -- and disrupted an anti-racist rally for a change. Wallace and his crew visited R.E.A.L.'s one-year commemoration of Von Brunn's attack on the Holohoax Museum, where they were specifiucally memorializing Stephen Johns, the security guard who was fatally shot. Representing R.E.A.L. was Jeffrey Imm, Mohammad "the Sudan activist" Yahya, fortune-teller Ariele Love, a young woman, an immigrant, a black woman, and a black man. A regular menagerie. Here's the primary video clip:
You'll find two other videos and Wallace's description of his encounter on this post at Occidental Dissent. Occidental Dissent's YouTube channel can be found HERE. Once again, most noteworthy was Red Jeffrey's reluctance to engage in serious dialogue. Meanwhile, one of his rabble snapped Hunter's picture.
And Red Jeffrey made sure he got the last word on the encounter, publishing Hunter's picture on his website. As usual, he misrepresented Occidental Dissent, claiming it is "anti-Semitic" and has a history of seeking to deny women’s rights. Red Jeffrey also posted his own video on his site.
The important thing is for once, our side was doing the pursuing rather than being pursued. We interrupted their venue. This is not only long overdue, but needs to be done much more routinely in the future.