Charlottesville Jewish Mayor Attacks Fellow Whites, Complains That Self-Defense is Anti-Semitic

Eric Striker
Daily Stormer
May 16, 2017

The Mayor of Charlottesville, Virgina is the Jew Mike Signer. The state bureaucracy he presides over has decided the local Robert E. Lee monument is intolerant, so they are trying to figure out a way to take it down.

Southerners in a Southern state have responded with protest in defense of a Southern hero, but Mr. Signer has declared this to be anti-Semitic hate. When people on Twitter criticized this public official, he immediately took to his friends in the Judenpresse to give a one-sided story meant to distract from what he’s doing.

Suddenly, this bigoted, Zionist, white-hating interloper is the victim.


The mayor of the Virginia college town of Charlottesville was the target of anti-Semitic tweets on Sunday after speaking out against white nationalists who converged on a local park carrying blazing torches the night before.

Mayor Mike Signer said two protests led on Saturday by Richard Spencer, a leader of the “alt-right” movement, came on the same day the city held its annual Festival of Cultures event, which celebrates diversity in the home of the University of Virginia.

“You’re seeing anti-Semitism in these crazy tweets I’m getting and you’re seeing a display of torches at night, which is reminiscent of the KKK,” Signer, who is Jewish, said in a phone interview. “They’re sort of a last gasp of the bigotry that this country has systematically overcome.”

Signer issued a statement on Saturday criticizing the torch-carrying marchers as either “profoundly ignorant” or aiming to instill fear.

“I smell Jew,” posted an anonymous Twitter user with the handle “Great Patriot Trump.” “If so, you are going back to Israel. But you will not stay in power here. Not for long.”

The protesters converged on Charlottesville’s Robert E. Lee Park, where a statue of the Confederate general that the city council voted to remove is located. The city also voted to remove a statue of Confederate General Stonewall Jackson, located in another park. Both changes have been put on hold amid ongoing litigation.

The Charlottesville protests were the latest of several in the U.S. South in recent months over the removal of statues celebrating leaders of the Confederacy, the slave-holding group of states that broke with the North in the early 1860s, prompting the 1861-1865 Civil War.

Charlottesville police did not immediately respond to a request for comment, but Signer said officers would be investigating to see whether any laws were broken.

As a wire service, everything Reuters reports becomes global news since every mainstream information website syndicates the stories. Is a Jew being called Jewish on Twitter worthy of becoming an international controversy?

The comment from the police about “investigating” a lawful assembly where no people or property were damaged is telling. Here on the Stormer we’ve been closely following the illegal use of the police by private Jewish lobbies (like the ADL) and corrupt Jewish politicians. This is something we should petition the Department of Justice to look into.

The Jews support taking down every last vestige of history related to the European experience in America but not all heritage is treated with the same disrespect. When UNESCO declared that Jerusalem, as a part of an overlapping heritage, should be shared with Christians and Muslims, these same Hebrewcrites called it anti-Semitism.

Anti-Semitism is a codeword for “That filthy Goy keeps defending himself.”

Here’s his Twitter.