Conservative student transfers out of BU because of death threats


Nicholas Fuentes, an 18-year-old student who attended the “Unite the Right” rally in Charlottesville, Va., this past weekend, said that he’s received death threats for months over his conservative viewpoints — enough for him to decide it’s time to leave Boston University.

Fuentes said he made the decision to abandon his Political Science degree a month ago after being constantly threatened over his conservative views. He said no longer felt safe on campus, and will not return for the fall semester.

Still, despite the intensity of the backlash he’s received, he has absolutely “no regrets” about taking part in the controversial white-nationalist movement.

“I went to represent this new strain of conservatives, of people in the right wing who are opposed to mass immigration and multiculturalism,” Fuentes told Fox News on Thursday. “For a long time, this existed on the fringes. I thought it was a political victory – we exposed the removal of Confederate statues, and this disenfranchised group of white males.”

A Boston University spokesman confirmed to Fox News that the student had indeed left the school earlier this week and that “the safety and security of our students is our highest priority.”

While the ideology of the movement, he contended, used to be associated only with older men in America “like Pat Buchanan and Samuel Francis,” he believes a significant wave in the younger generation have been captivated by the ideology.

“We have basically been told our whole lives that white people are racist and evil and should be erased,” Fuentes explained. “We have basically been told that it is a crime to be born a white male.”

The student, who hails from a suburb of Chicago, is of Mexican lineage and contends that he and almost all other attendees did not go to the rally out of racist motivations, but rather most were like him and consider themselves to be “preservationists” staunchly against high levels of immigration.

“The picture the media keeps using is of one person with a Nazi flag, there were more one thousand there who didn’t have Nazi flags,” Fuentes said. “The vast majority of people there were regular, decent people. I didn’t meet a single violent person. Our side is just preservationist.”


Fuentes noted that the Charlottesville rally had been in the works for about three months, and that people joined the fray not only from all over the U.S., but from Canada and various countries in Europe. But after posting on social media about going to the event – which turned tragic after a driver rammed a car into a crowd of counter-protesters, killing a woman – Fuentes’ own firestorm began.

“I suddenly got dozens of messages on Twitter and Facebook telling me to go and kill myself and that if they see me they will beat the sh– out of me. Stuff of that nature,” he said. “At least 10 to 20 of them were death threats.”

Fuentes said Boston University had given him opportunities to express his political views — and his support of Donald Trump — leading up to the November presidential election last year.


“I made a short video presentation about my support for Trump before the election and that caused a major uproar. People wanted to organize a debate between myself and a big Hillary supporter,” Fuentes recalled. “We went to the Dean and they gave us an auditorium, a police officer for security detail, they really made it happen.”

He is now taking a semester off and then intends to start at Auburn University in Alabama in the spring.

“It was one of my first picks after high school,” Fuentes continued, adding that the “friendly territory” of the Deep South will enable him to express his opinions freely without jeopardizing his safety.


In addition to studies, he hosts his own YouTube talk show modeled after Trump’s key campaign catchphrase “Make America Great Again,” and highlighted that he mostly has liberal-leaning friends – but the few who are conservative have experienced widespread backlash from their university peers across the country.

“Even worse than the threats I have received,” Fuentes surmised.

And even though he stands staunchly by his beliefs and makes no apology about making his mark in Charlottesville, he doesn’t plan on attending any such rallies in the near future.

“Everyone is a little shaken up,” Fuentes added. “The political climate has become so intense and so violent and toxic.”

Hollie McKay has been a staff reporter since 2007. She has reported extensively from the Middle East on the rise and fall of terrorist groups such as ISIS in Iraq. Follow her on twitter at @holliesmckay

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VIDEO Trump Phoenix Rally, stop in Yuma

President Donald Trump holds a campaign-style rally in downtown Phoenix on Tuesday.

Trump on stage at the Phoenix Convention Center on Tuesday at 7 p.m.

Phoenix Mayor Greg Stanton who kicked off Hillary’s campaign  rally for Arizona and has berated the Presented Trump every chance he could asked the President to postpone his trip to Arizona. The mayor spent most of election night at loser Hillary’s headquarters. The mayor did let the President know there would be protesters.

President Trump Meets & Greets with Marines in Yuma, Arizona 8/22/17

The Heat is On

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Trump’s Truth Telling And Craven GOP

Mychal Massie decries ‘selective moral outrage’ of president’s detractors

Aug 22, 2017


If President Trump were to stop his motorcade and have carrion removed from the roadway, Trump haters and craven, progressive Republicans would accuse him of decreasing the food supply for animals that feast upon same.

My analogy is reference to the caustic feigned moral outrage that is tantamount to acts of moral turpitude being directed against President Trump in the aftermath of the mess in Charlottesville, Virginia.

My friend and colleague John Brinson explained it succinctly in his response to a Wall Street Journal article on the melee in Charlottesville. John said: “In Charlottesville, armed racist whites were met by anti-racist whites wearing masks and carrying various weapons. The racist whites had a permit to rally; the anti-racist crowd did not. Soon, the two sides clashed, resulting in … injuries. There is no way to blame the racist whites for the violence. They had a legal right to be there – their opponents did not. If it had not been for the action of one racist white driving his car into the crowd, killing one, this ugly incident would not have resulted in the media and the Democrats blaming Trump for failing to list all the racist white groups involved. Trump did call for an end to ‘bigotry and hatred,’ which sums up the white racist movement. No, this incident cannot be blamed on Trump, but the left-wing news media use any excuse to attack Trump.”

President Trump spoke clearly and plainly, and he made the correct point that there is/was a moral equivalence between the two groups in Charlottesville.

It must also be stated that the American Civil Liberties Union, the premiere leftist legal group, came to the legal defense of the “mislabeled” white nationalist, neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan, when the city of Charlottesville tried to revoke the protest permit it had initially rendered. U.S. District Court Judge Glen Conrad agreed with the ACLU defense argument that the decision to revoke the permit infringed upon free speech. Why aren’t the Trump haters and craven Republicans attacking the ACLU and Judge Conrad?

Said groups are “mislabeled.” They are racists hate groups, but they are not part of any right-wing ideology you and I identify with. We must “resist” the pernicious lies of the neo-Leninist media. They knowingly adopt the verbiage of George Soros-funded groups in attempt to discredit conservatives by fallaciously claiming the conservative movement is comprised of the racist hate groups that gathered in Charlottesville.

You don’t have to like the words of another person or group, but that dislike alone does not permit those you disagree with from espousing their views – no matter how untoward.

Consider the history of repulsive public rhetoric made by the likes of Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Nancy Pelosi, Maxine Waters, Eric Holder, Hillary Clinton, Charles Schumer, Michelle Obama, Karl Rove, et al, and ad nauseum.

On Aug. 12, Obama tweeted: “No one is born hating another person because of the color of his skin or his background or his religion.” The sense of his tweet was that people were taught to hate blacks and Muslims. Of course he was given a pass in the media and by politicos for his thinly veiled bigotry.

By extolling the words of Obama, the media further showcased their absence of credibility and the fact their predisposition is to lies and deceit. Their shameful dishonesty and Obama’s raw racism is revealed for all to see in an article I wrote in 2013:

“Obama believes, ‘If [black] nationalism could create a strong and effective insularity, deliver on its promise of self respect, then the hurt it might cause well-meaning whites, of the inner turmoil it caused people like me, would be of little consequence.’ (‘Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race And Inheritance’; Pg. 284) For those who miss the exact point he was making, he was saying that he would sacrifice his white mother and white grandparents on the altar of Black Nationalism.” (See: “Obama Boasts His Irish Ancestry But Hates Whites and Catholics,” Aug. 13,2013.)

I continued: “There resides within Obama a hatred of white people that explains in part why he is so conflicted. In his book ‘Dreams,’ he opines that, as was the case with Malcolm X, if he were able ‘he would purge the white blood from my veins.’” (Pgs. 101-102 paperback edition) Obama by his own admission, referred to blacks who dated whites and blacks who spoke without slang as ‘Uncle Toms.’ He by his own admission, called black students who associated with white students ‘half-breeds.’”

Imagine if President Trump had made such hateful remarks in one of his books. Therein lies the duplicitous double standards and selective moral outrage.

President Trump called evil what it is – evil. He properly identified both groups executing violence as moral equivalents. But in the mindset and parlance of those predisposed to castigate him, President Trump committed political apostasy by not attacking white protesters legally assembled as singularly evil racists – and the group carrying weapons, including the white Clinton supporter who drove his vehicle into the permitted group, murdering a young woman, as the social conscience of goodwill and anti-bigotry.

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VIDEO Say Goodbye To Your History – Undercover Black Man – Leftists Smash Christopher Columbus Monument

Leftists Smash Christopher Columbus Monument

Leftist vandals in Baltimore, Maryland, smashed a 225-year-old “racist” monument to discoverer of the new world Christopher Columbus with a sledge hammer in the wee hours of Monday morning, posting a two minute video of themselves in the act to YouTube.

As reported by local news site Baltimore Brew, the masked vandal’s video and the signs they left beside the destroyed monument were laden with the same Marxist and college “critical race theory” jargon employed recently against supposedly “offensive” memorials to Confederate war dead and military heroes. An unseen narrator of the video speaks over footage of a be-hoodied man destroying what is described as the oldest monument to Columbus in the country. As he puts it, the crime is justified because:

Christopher Columbus symbolizes the initial invasion of European capitalism into the Western Hemisphere. Columbus initiated a centuries-old wave of terrorism, murder, genocide, rape, slavery, ecological degradation and capitalist exploitation of labor in the Americas. That Columbian wave of destruction continues on the backs of Indigenous, African-American and brown people.

Both Columbus and Father of American Republic George Washington, another recent target of far-left rage against “racism” and “white supremacy,” are described as “genocidal terrorists,” defended by Republican and Democratic “misleaders.” This is all evidence of “the culture of white supremacy … [that is] at the foundation of U.S. culture,” the narrator explains.

Having made his definition of white supremacy clear, the narrator then insists it “must be replaced or people will continue to suffer and the planet will continue to die.” The video ends with a litany of websites and books linked to liberals, communists, and black nationalists.

Popular Resistance, an Occupy Movement-linked communist group led by the likes of Baltimore-based lawyer and former National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) Chief Counsel Kevin Zeese, claims responsibility.

While the group appears to eschew traditional communist imagery and slogans, even a cursory search of their website and social media reveals thinly veiled accounts of Marxist historical materialism and links to glowing appraisals of leading communist intellectuals.

The Genoa, Italy-born Cristoforo Colombo, under his anglicized name Christopher Columbus, was known in America for centuries as the pioneering explorer who enabled the creation of our nation. On his name is based “Columbia,” the poetic rendering of the country, and countless other central aspects of the American identity, including the name of our capital district. In more recent times, his proud memory is honored in particular by millions of Italian-Americans whose shared heritage with Columbus provided a powerful link in their home in the new world that he discovered. Italian groups funded hundreds of Columbus monuments around the turn of the last century.

But Monday’s criminal vandalism is hardly the first leftist attack on the historical memory of Columbus. In 2015, someone in Detroit, Michigan, put a hatchet through a Columbus statue’s head, an apparent reference to an Indian tomahawk. This stunt was echoed Saturday when a few dozen protestors gathered around the same statue under the name “Reclaiming our history: A Detroit without white supremacy.”

Democratic politicians around the country have amplified the efforts of these leftist agitators, caving to calls to replace the federal Columbus Day holiday with the ahistorical counterblast “Indigenous Peoples’ Day.” Beginning in arch-liberal Berkeley, California, in the last few years Seattle, Washington; Denver, Colorado; St. Paul, Minnesota; and countless smaller towns and cities have voted to replace Columbus Day with Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

Monday’s vandalism comes as Confederate monuments nationwide are being torn down both by local governments under cover of darkness and illegally by “protesters” in broad daylight under the eye of law enforcement. Meanwhile, large majorities of Americans of all age groups have indicated they want those Civil War memorials to remain unmolested.

The mainstream news media and left-leaning commentators mocked President Donald Trump when he suggested those pushing hardest against Confederate monuments might not want to stop with them. CNN’s Jim Acosta, for example, called the president’s comparison of monuments to the slave-holding George Washington and Thomas Jefferson, “white nationalism-lite.”

Say Goodbye To Your History

Source: LaurenSouthern
August 19, 2017


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Soros Backed BLM Trying To Start A Race War

Black Lives Matter Activist Unveils List of Demands to White People: ‘Give Up the Home You Own’

22 Aug 2017 by Jerome Hudson

Black Lives Matter activist Chanelle Helm released a list of “requests” to white people in the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, this month.

Helm, the so-called “cofounder and core organizer of Black Lives Matter Louisville,” explained in an article published at the things she says need to “change.”

“White people, if you don’t have any descendants, will your property to a black or brown family. Preferably one that lives in generational poverty,” Helm writes in an article titled “White people, here are 10 requests from a Black Lives Matter leader.”

White people are asked, “Give up the home you own to a black or brown family,” pass on any inherited property “to a black or brown family,” or “re-budget your monthly so you can donate to black funds for land purchasing.”

White women, especially, are urged to “get a racist fired” or “get your boss fired cause they racist too,” Helms writes.

She concludes, “Commit to two things: Fighting white supremacy where and how you can (this doesn’t mean taking up knitting, unless you’re making scarves for black and brown kids in need), and funding black and brown people and their work.”

During a press conference in New York City last Tuesday, President Donald Trump condemned the neo-Nazis and white nationalist protesters in Charlottesville.

“I’ve condemned neo-Nazis. I’ve condemned many different groups,” Trump said before calling the man who rammed a car into counter-protesters and killed a woman a “disgrace” and a horrible “murderer.”

Follow Jerome Hudson on Twitter @jeromeehudson.

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Is Trump’s Agenda Being Eclipsed? – Trump Aides Plot Big Immigration Deal That Breaks a Campaign Promise


Pat Buchanan: ‘He will likely end up sacrificing his presidency’ with ongoing intervention

Aug 22, 2017


“I have not become the King’s First Minister in order to preside over the liquidation of the British Empire,” said Winston Churchill to cheers at the Lord Mayor’s luncheon in London in November 1942.

True to his word, the great man did not begin the liquidation.

When his countrymen threw him out in July 1945, that role fell to Clement Attlee, who began the liquidation. Churchill, during his second premiership, from 1951-1955, would continue the process, as would his successor, Harold Macmillan, until the greatest empire the world had ever seen had vanished.

While its demise was inevitable, the death of the empire was hastened and made more humiliating by the wars into which Churchill had helped to plunge Britain, wars that bled and bankrupted his nation.

At Yalta in 1945, Stalin and FDR treated the old imperialist with something approaching bemused contempt.

War is the health of the state, but the death of empires.

The German, Austro-Hungarian, Russian and Ottoman empires all fell in World War I. World War II ended the Japanese and Italian empires – with the British and French following soon after. The Soviet Empire collapsed in 1989. Afghanistan delivered the coup de grace.

Is it now the turn of the Americans?

Persuaded by his generals – Mattis at Defense, McMasters on the National Security Council, Kelly as chief of staff – President Trump is sending some 4,000 more U.S. troops to Afghanistan to augment the 8,500 already there.

Like Presidents Obama and Bush, he does not intend to preside over a U.S. defeat in its longest war. Nor do his generals. Yet how can we defeat the Taliban with 13,000 troops when we failed to do so with the 100,000 Obama sent?

The new troops are to train the Afghan army to take over the war, to continue eradicating the terrorist elements like ISIS and to prevent Kabul and other cities from falling to a Taliban now dominant in 40 percent of the country.

Yet what did the great general, whom Trump so admires, Douglas MacArthur, say of such a strategy?

“War’s very object is victory, not prolonged indecision.”

Is not “prolonged indecision” what the Trump strategy promises? Is not “prolonged indecision” what the war policies of Obama and Bush produced in the last 17 years?

Understandably, Americans feel they cannot walk away from this war. For there is the certainty as to what will follow when we leave.

When the British left Delhi in 1947, millions of former subjects died during the partition of the territory into Pakistan and India and the mutual slaughter of Muslims and Hindus.

When the French departed Algeria in 1962, the “Harkis” they left behind paid the price of being loyal to the Mother Country.

When we abandoned our allies in South Vietnam, the result was mass murder in the streets, concentration camps and hundreds of thousands of boat people in the South China Sea, a final resting place for many. In Cambodia, it was a holocaust.

Trump, however, was elected to end America’s involvement in Middle East wars. And if he has been persuaded that he simply cannot liquidate these wars – Libya, Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Afghanistan – he will likely end up sacrificing his presidency, trying to rescue the failures of those who worked hardest to keep him out of the White House.

Consider the wars, active and potential, Trump faces.

Writes Bob Merry in the fall issue of The National Interest:

“War between Russia and the West seems nearly inevitable. No self-respecting nation facing inexorable encirclement by an alliance of hostile neighbors can allow such pressures and forces to continue indefinitely. Eventually (Russia) must protect its interests through military action.”

If Pyongyang tests another atom bomb or ICBM, some national security aides to Trump are not ruling out preventive war.

Trump himself seems hell-bent on tearing up the nuclear deal with Iran. This would lead inexorably to a U.S. ultimatum, where Iran would be expected to back down or face a war that would set the Persian Gulf ablaze.

Yet the country did not vote for confrontation or war.

America voted for Trump’s promise to improve ties with Russia, to make Europe shoulder more of the cost of its defense, to annihilate ISIS and extricate us from Mideast wars, to stay out of future wars.

America voted for economic nationalism and an end to the mammoth trade deficits with the NAFTA nations, EU, Japan and China.

America voted to halt the invasion across our Southern border and to reduce legal immigration to ease the downward pressure on American wages and the competition for working-class jobs.

Yet today we hear talk of upping and extending the U.S. troop presence in Afghanistan, Iraq and Syria, of confronting Iran, of sending anti-tank and anti-aircraft weapons to Ukraine to battle pro-Russia rebels in the east.

Can the new custodians of Trump’s populist-nationalist and America First agenda, the generals and the Goldman Sachs alumni association, be entrusted to carry it out?

McClatchy: Trump Aides Plot Big Immigration Deal — That Breaks a Campaign Promise

Anita Kumar writes at McClatchy DC that the moderate/globalist faction of the White House is pushing President Donald Trump toward an immigration “deal” that would reduce the president’s key campaign platform — a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border — to a “bargaining chip” for more amnesty.

From McClatchy:

Donald Trump’s top aides are pushing him to protect young people brought into the country illegally as children — and then use the issue as a bargaining chip for a larger immigration deal — despite the president’s campaign vow to deport so-called Dreamers.

The White House officials want Trump to strike an ambitious deal with Congress that offers Dreamers protection in exchange for legislation that pays for a border wall and more detention facilities, curbs legal immigration and implements E-verify, an online system that allows businesses to check immigration status, according to a half-dozen people familiar with situation, most involved with the negotiations.

The group includes former and current White House chiefs of staff, Reince Priebus and John Kelly, the president’s daughter, Ivanka Trump, and her husband, Jared Kushner, who both serve as presidential advisers, they said. Others who have not been as vocal publicly about their stance but are thought to agree include Vice President Mike Pence, who as a congressman worked on a failed immigration deal that called for citizenship, National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster and Gary Cohn, a Democrat who serves as director of the National Economic Council.

“They are holding this out as a bargaining chip for other things,” said Ira Mehlman, a spokesman with the Federation for American Reform, a group that opposes protecting Dreamers and is in talks with the administration.

On the other side, a smaller group — including Attorney General Jeff Sessions and his former aides, Stephen Miller, who serves as Trump’s senior policy adviser, and Rick Dearborn, White House deputy chief of staff — opposes citizenship, according to sources familiar with the discussions.

Read the rest of the story here


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‘America First Rallies’ Canceled, Replaced with Online ‘Day of ACTion’ over Threat of Violence

21 Aug 2017 by Amanda House

ACT for America is canceling its America First Rallies, previously scheduled for Saturday, September 9, “out of an abundance of caution” due “to the recent violence in America and in Europe.” The national security organization will instead replace the 67 rallies organized across 36 states with an online “Day of ACTion.”

In a press release, exclusively given to Breitbart News, event organizers say the reason for making the difficult decision “is to contribute to the de-escalation of rising tension and violence in America while pursuing the organization’s goal of a safe and secure America.”

ACT for America is deeply saddened that in today’s divisive climate, citizens cannot peacefully express their opinion without risk of physical harm from terror groups domestic and international.

In recent weeks, extremist and radical organizations in the United States and abroad have overrun peaceful events in order to advance their own agendas, and in many cases, violence has been the result. Given the security issues of organizing public events, the responsible decision is to deny this opportunity to Neo-Nazis, Antifa, the KKK, and ISIS inspired individuals and groups. ACT for America’s membership is patriotic citizens whose only goal is to celebrate America’s values and peacefully express their views regarding national security.

The original goal of the rallies was to show support for “common sense ‘America First’ security policies proposed by President Trump” — policies that “prioritize real protection over political correctness, and celebrate American exceptionalism.”

“ACT for America has notified all its volunteer team leaders and organizers of [these changes], and requested that all local event planning be terminated,” the press release adds. “Any events that continue to be scheduled for this date do not have the sponsorship or endorsement of ACT for America, and the organization’s name may not be used.”

Additional details regarding the “Day of ACTion” will be released soon. You can get the latest information by visiting

Amanda House is Breitbart News’ Deputy Political Editor. You can follow her on Twitter at @AmandaLeeHouse.

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