Blacks are Fleeing Richmond as Neo-Nazi Army Descends to Wipe Them Out

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
January 20, 2020

Fearing another Charlottesville has become suspiciously similar to fearing another Holocaust.

The media is really going nuts over this rally. Every single headline is them claiming that it’s a White Supremacist and Neo-Nazi rally and will be another Charlottesville. PEOPLE WILL DIE, they tell us.

They all cite the arrests of the members of the satanic cult “The Base.” None of them cite the fact that the FBI recently revealed that it infiltrated a meeting where they were sacrificing a goat. They just keep on saying it’s a group that wants to establish a “white ethnostate.”

On Sunday, NBC had a report up that is the same as every other report on the topic, entitled “As gun rights rally looms in Virginia, Richmond residents fear another Charlottesville.”

But there is one funny thing here.

A black guy allegedly told the reporter that all of the blacks had fled the city.


He’s going to be on call to give haircuts in the middle of a riot.

NBC News:

In Jackson Ward, the city’s historically black neighborhood, Marvin Smith is taking a different approach from that of his neighbors, who are leaving town. The barbershop he owns about a mile north of Capitol Square won’t be open, but he will be in his store.

“I’m gonna be here for the community,” Smith said. “I want to know what’s going on and be on call.”

It is funny to think about what black people think about.

They probably see all this news about “WHITE SUPREMACISTS MARCHING,” and figure it’s going to be a bunch of skinheads rolling in on the backs of pickup trucks and riding through black neighborhoods shooting people with AR-15s.

The media shows them the pictures and they’re like “them mofockas be botta kill we asses, it be time ta move, nigga!”

“Johnboy, go ahead and take care of that nigger over there, wouldya please?” Black people’s worst nightmare is these guys riding through in trucks blasting Toby Keith’s “Brought to You Courtesy of the Red, White and Blue

Just the idea of these black people packing up and fleeing their homes because boomers are rolling in for a gun rights rally but the media told them it was a Nazi army and they believed it – it’s very funny to me.