An alliance of nonwhites and supporters of the Jewish socialist Bernie Sanders yesterday violently halted a planned Donald Trump rally at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC)—one of the most nonwhite educational institutions in the country.
Even though the controlled media has tried to blame Trump for the violence, video coverage of the events clearly shows that the peaceful meeting was violently attacked by the largely nonwhite crowd, many of whom were waving Mexican flags.
The anti-Trump mob—numbering anywhere between two and three thousand—managed to infiltrate the rally at UIC’s Pavilion, but could not wait—as was apparently planned—for Trump to take the stage.
Instead, they started shouting and abusing the far larger—and mainly white—crowd of Trump supporters before the meeting even got underway.
The mob repeatedly shouted “Bernie! Bernie! Bernie!” in a reference to Sanders, followed by repeated chants of Latinos Unidos (“Latinos unite”), and a large number of other far cruder slogans and insults.
Many of the protestors wore yellow starts with the word “Muslim” in the center, supposedly being reminiscent of the Nazi-era “Jude” yellow stars. Other protestors even wore Mexican hats and openly raised the Mexican flag, while tearing down US flags, trampling them underfoot and, outside the venue, even burning them.
Mexicans, draped in their country’s flag and wearing Mexican hats, took part in the anti-Trump attack.
Earlier in the day, nonwhites trampled and burned the U.S. flag.
Hispanics and blacks dominated the anti-Trump mob.
In spite of the violence, the controlled media has predictably gone into overdrive to blame Trump.
As conservative columnist Ann Coulter tweeted: “Can you imagine hundreds of Trump supporters swarming a Sanders rally, engaging in mass violence and being referred to by the mainstream media as “protestors?”
Earlier in the day, thirty-two protestors—also mostly nonwhites—were arrested at a Trump rally in St. Louis, Missouri. At least one was arrested for third degree assault.
The UIC was a strange choice of meeting place for the Trump rally, because the campus is 60 percent nonwhite.
The venue choice was most likely motivated by the fact that Trump himself does not understand how his perfectly sensible comments on stopping illegal immigration are interpreted as “racist” by the nonwhites and their fellow travelers in America.
Trump has never run anything even approaching a “white nationalist” campaign and there is no indication at all that he thinks in racial terms, or understands the significant of race and racial differences in determining society and history.
Nonetheless, the far left and the nonwhite mass, immersed in decades of closet-communist equality propaganda, identify Trump’s simple anti-illegal immigration message and “get tough” stance as not being in their interests.
Thus Trump has, by default, and not through choice, energized large numbers of nonwhites, Jews and far leftist whites against him, and, by the same token, energized large numbers of previously uninvolved whites to his banner.
Trump himself could not however miss the obvious racial undertone of the events on Friday night, and volunteered the fact that large numbers of the protestors were black on CNN, even though his reasoning as to the cause of that fact was completely flawed.
In the CNN interview (during which the mixed-race interviewer also tried to blame Trump for the violence), Trump volunteered the opinion that the root cause of the protest was “economic,” saying that “59 percent of African-Americans were unemployed. You have to bring back jobs! I’d be angry too,” he said. “We have to bring jobs back. These kids are not getting jobs.”
Trump’s ignorance of race is actually underlined by these comments, as the protests have absolutely nothing to do with economics but everything to do with race and how his campaign is perceived by nonwhites.
The city of Chicago, according to the 2010 US Census, is 70 percent nonwhite. As reported by other media outlets, the majority of the pro-Trump crowd at the UIC meeting were from outside the city.
The largely white pro-Trump crowd far outnumbered the nonwhite attackers.
The ultimate lesson from the cancelled Trump rally in Chicago is one which the New Observer has stated before: that if Trump is to stand any chance of winning not only the Republican nomination, but also the presidency, he is going to have to achieve a massive white voter turnout and take at least 65 percent of the white vote.
As Friday night demonstrated, the racial dividing lines in American politics are becoming clearer, and, more importantly, time is running out for white America. If illegal immigration is not halted—and reversed—with immediate effect, this will be the last election in which the imminent Third World destruction of America can be avoided.
A nonwhite invader raises the Mexican flag during the protests outside the UIC Pavilion.