A violent anti-Trump and anti-white uprising is spreading throughout the large cities of the United States as mobs of invaders and their supporters vent their rage at the Republican candidate’s election victory.
The organizers have promised not to let up with their campaign, and are planning a mass protest—sure to end in violence—on January 20, Trump’s inauguration day, in Washington DC, a city that is already 75 percent nonwhite.
The protests so far have included tens of thousands of invaders from Mexico and Central and South America marching in at least sixteen major cities across the U.S.
In addition, activists from the “Black Lives Matter” movement have also taken to the street, propagating their myth of “white racism” as part of the general anti-white uprising already underway.
As reported earlier, in Oakland, California, thousands of mainly nonwhite protesters set fires in streets and threw rocks and bottles at police. Teargas had to be used to disperse the most violent crowds.
More than 6,000 invaders attacked police vehicles, and daubed buildings with slogans such as “Kill Trump” and “F*** Trump” before setting them alight.
Thousands more took over the 110 Freeway while other protesters gathered outside City Hall, setting fires and waving fake Trump heads on sticks. Police arrested at least 14 of the rioters.
In New York, invaders and their supporters—including a group calling themselves “Jews 4 black lives” took to the streets to hang effigies of Trump to chants of “not my President” and “Black Lives Matter.”
Many of the protestors carried posters which read “Fight White Power” and “Love Trumps Hate”—the latter being one of Hillary Clinton’s campaign slogans.
Several American flags were also burned in the city, and at least 30 of the demonstrators were arrested after provoking violence on the streets outside Trump Tower in Manhattan, where they hung an effigy of Trump.
In Los Angeles, a huge crowd of mainly Latino invaders and their supporters set fires on the steps of City Hall and burned the American flag.
In New Orleans, large crowds of blacks and Hispanics gathered in Lee Circle to set fire to a Trump effigy and vandalize the Robert E. Lee monument with spray-painted slogans such as “Black Power,” “Dismantle White Supremacy,” “Die Whites Die” and “F**k Trump.” A nearby Chase Bank window was also smashed by the protestors.
Other protests took place in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, Portland, Richmond, Washington DC, San Diego, Dallas, Pittsburgh, and Las Vegas.
Although the controlled media is presenting the protests as a “reaction against Trump,” they are in reality much more than that. The unrest contains an undeniable and overt anti-white undertone, and is an indication of the racial unrest which will inevitably increase as time goes on.