Charlottesville’s Vice-Mayor Wes Bellamy will have to live with, and be judged by the tweets he posted in his youth, but..
As long as we’re sharing without permission…
In case you wondered why blogger, self-published author, wannabe filmmaker, and oppressed white man, Jason Kessler, would take the time to dig through thousands of old twitter posts to publicly humiliate an African-American city councilor….
“The Democrats are essentially the “Unite to Get Whitey” party. There will come a time when white people understand that they also need to stick together as a political force. Otherwise we’ll keep being bombarded by anti-white media & anti-white laws.
We’re going to be a minority soon & we’re already treated like one. Don’t think we aren’t going to be oppressed more & more if we can’t stand up for ourselves.
Cultures, tribes & civilizations are meant to clash just as we always have in the past, just like it is with nearly every other beast in the animal kingdom. We are beasts. We share 99% of our DNA with bonobos and almost as much with the other Great Apes.”
Or maybe he was just unlucky with women?
“There is an imbalance here as it pertains to the sexes. Men are predominantly the ones actively seeking love while the women decide to either accept the offer, take a pass, or (less often it should be noted) hold them in the lurch until such time as they become a usefully fool to manipulate . This opens the man up to at worst, being taken advantage of by unscrupulous women & at best, if the woman is just, pressured to present his “capacity for love” with showy displays of conspicuous spending, in her favor of course.”
Perhaps it was ambition?
“Following my groundbreaking investigative journalism of Charlottesville Vice-Mayor Wes Bellamy…” (Since when did stalking someone on their public twitter account become investigative journalism?)
Or, you know, maybe he’s just a prick.
More deep thoughts from Mr. Kessler…
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