White supremacist Chris Cantwell banned from OkCupid


White nationalist Christopher Cantwell spoke to VICE News, who were embedded with his group throughout last weekend's violence, and said the United States can expect more of the same.

The video showing Cantwell in tears was originally posted as a Facebook live clip, but the social media site took it down, according to Digg. That's what OkCupid officially decided today when they banned white supremacist Chris Cantwell, one of the people VICE followed around in their epic documentary on the protests in Charlottesville, from the dating website. Cantwell seems just as charming as he did at Saturday's rally, and again, is shown flashing his gun around, albeit with a few more pounds on his person.

"I'm trying to make myself more capable of violence". "I'm terrified. I'm afraid you're going to kill me, I really am".

He does not mention that black and brown people, of whom he wants to rid the country, feel this fear on a regular basis.

Cantwell was one of an estimated 1,000 neo-Nazis and white supremacists who descended upon Charlottesville, Virgina to protest the slated removal of a Confederate monument, a bronze-cast statue of General Robert E. Lee.

"I want to be peaceful".

Over 11-13 August, the university town of Charlottesville in the USA saw a rally by white nationalists called "Unite the Right", which turned violent. America's racist roots have managed to revive its forest of white supremacist to stand tall and proud after decades of being cut down by a façade of progression.

'We make a lot of decision every day that are tough.

Later in the Vice News documentary, Cantwell said, "The fact that nobody on our side died I would go ahead and call that points for us". "Especially as a place where we help connect people, we have to care about who you are and your role in the community".

The documentary was a special episode of Vice News Tonight which appears on Vice's daily news program on HBO. He also has complained about losing access to his Facebook, Instagram, and Paypal accounts for terms of service violations.

In a final interview with Cantwell after the weekend's riots end, he says, "We knew that we were going to meet a lot of resistance".

OK Cupid's decision to ban Cantwell for life undoubtedly made his quest to find someone willing to fight and die with him that much more hard. "I honestly think that I have been law-abiding", Cantwell said in the video, outlining the work his group did to gain a permit to assemble for the "Unite the Right" rally last weekend.

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