Firstly, I must unequivocally state, "Hail Richard Spencer, Hail Our People, Hail Victory!"
Alt-Right activists were horrified when they saw video footage of the vicious and cowardly attack perpetrated against Richard Spencer of the National Policy Institute at the inauguration of President Donald Trump. The journalists of the leftist (((Lying Press))) gloated about the attack on social media as if Spencer somehow deserved it.
Principles of Western Law and Western Morality require swift and forceful retribution.
The Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc., as the muscle behind the Alt-Right movement, would very much like to assist with the meting out of justice by: (1) issuing a bounty for the identification of the perpetrator of the attack; (2) issuing a bounty for witnesses to come forward to assist with the criminal and/or civil prosecution of the perpetrator of the attack; (3) possibly contributing to a legal fund so that Spencer can hire an attorney to sue his attacker for assault and battery and get a money judgment that will permit him to garnish his attacker’s wages and use his attacker’s money to finance Spencer’s forthcoming college tour; (4) filing Freedom of Information Act requests to obtain and publicly release materials concerning the attack; (5) providing prosecutors or Spencer’s attorney—should he hire one—with evidence to assist them with bringing the thug to justice; and (6) monitoring the situation and providing up-to-date reports about it on FMI’s website.
A call to donate to FMI’s war chest is hereby made. Instead of it being a legal defense fund, this is a legal offense fund. Without justice being secured in this matter, future assaults against our activists are likely to occur and will increase in severity. The Ashford House incident is a reminder as to what can happen if our Alt-Right activists are disarmed and retribution is not severely meted out to serve as a deterrence against future attacks.
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