Welcome to infamy Peter Cvjetanovic, Fascist Scum
A torch-wielding white supremacist caught on camera marching in the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville claims he is not “an angry racist” and just wants to preserve European culture.
History and politics student Peter Cvjetanovic, 20, saw a photograph of himself from Saturday’s rally holding a torch and apparently shouting shared online, one by a Twitter account called ‘Yes, You’re Racist.’
“I did not expect the photo to be shared as much as it was. I understand the photo has a very negative connotation,” Cvjetanovic said in an interview with Channel 2 News, “But I hope that the people sharing the photo are willing to listen that I’m not the angry racist they see in that photo.”
You should be ashamed of yourself.
All who know you should be ashamed of you.
The genocidal concepts you manifest are specifically why World War II was fought, and those whose ideas you champion have been driven from this Earth.
13 thoughts on “Welcome to infamy Peter Cvjetanovic, Fascist Scum”
The best thing about this is the tiki torches. They just make the photo hilarious.
And he escapes the terrorist tag.You know why?Let us be silent about it.You and I are in the know.
Lol. I know a country supporting neo-nazist organizations like a “Right sector”. Say “Heil, Ukraine” 🙂
Alexey Petushkov – Fascism/Nazism needs to be stomped out. Millions of people died to combat these oppressive ideas. But -to render a whole country as supporting this – is propaganda.
Lars Fosdal Okay, not a country, but an elected government, which was (or not) elected by majority of people. They still not punished (and do not plan) nazists for burning people alive
rt.com – Odessa slaughter: How vicious mob burnt anti-govt activists alive (GRAPHIC IMAGES)
I don’t read RT since years back. It’s a propaganda machine.
Yeah, sometimes it is simplier to close eyes and do not see evil, especially when it is some thousands kms away.
Things get less complex when it is 50 kms away (like in my case) and i can discuss it with refugees from Ukraine.
When you imagine that some nazionalists are better than other – you completely wrong
Find a difference with a nazist torchlit march in Ukraine
youtube.com – Nationalists hold torchlit march in Ukraine to mark anniversary of Nazi collaborator Bandera
I don’t like extreme nationalism in any form. It creates conflicts. At the same time, I think that borders and nations needs to be respected. The Crimea and Ukraine situation is not good – regardless of who is in power in Ukraine.
there is great strategy for nonviolent response: Gene Sharp’s work, http://www.aeinstein.org/
Otpor canvasopedia.org – About Us — CANVAS
I keep imagining a different kind of protest. Like white blood cells surrounding an infection and neutralizing it. What if all hate displays were met with tremendous presence but all of it stony silent? 50 people in defense of rationality present for every loud, aggressive hater trying to be intimidating, and their response was simply to silently surround them and demonstrate that aggressive hatred impacts nothing, provokes nothing. Their most profound fear is that they are meaningless and weak. Clarify to them that so long as they choose violence to express their fear they can never be anything but meaningless and weak.
Lars Fosdal what if it isn’t nations that must be respected, but civility itself? I suspect that Civility is the engine of peace, not prosperity, not identity, not even love. The ability to restrain ourselves from our worst impulses, to protect others from what is not good in ourselves, is what creates peaceful co-existence.
A leader who is not civilized deserves no respect. A nation that is not civilized is simply band of brutes. We are not naturally civil. It is not easy to regulate our impulses and instincts so that our company is pleasant.
How we feel, think, or believe is internal and reflexive. We only enjoy these freely when we can refrain from using our actions or words to force those thoughts, feelings, or beliefs on others. Civility is worth much more than any single culture or nation.
Devary Shmaya-Smart – Indeed. The challenge is that civility is often mistaken for weakness, by those that rule by (apparent) strength. Civility is not weakness, but true strength. The strength to remain calm when it storms, the strength to remain fair under pressure, and the strength to be kind where others are indifferent, or even cruel.
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