Donald Trump: The Man Empowering White Supremacists

Trump refuses to denounce the support of Neo-Nazi domestic terrorists in Virginia

By Kenny Anthony


The Alt-Right white supremacist terrorism in Charlottesville has caused a global feeling of outrage and vexation. Although people want a solution to the problem, many want to address the people responsible for this violent white power rally. Rightfully so, fingers are being pointed at the so-called President of the United States, Donald J. Trump.

Alt-Right YellsHeil Trump”:


White supremacists nationwide traveled to be a part of this catastrophic event. The local governments decision to remove the statue of white supremacist Confederate General, Robert E Lee, is allegedly what triggered the “Unite The Right” march. He (Trump) is being blamed for the Neo-Nazi acts of terror, which has resulted in 3 dead (2 from helicopter crashes) and more than 30 people injured.


A dangerous Nazi domestic-terrorist named James Alex Fields Jr. murdered Heather Heyer, 32, an innocent activist from Greene County, Virginia. James ploughed his vehicle at full-speed into a group of peaceful anti-white supremacy protesters, which is what caused Heather’s death. The act was caught on camera and the video has been circulating on social media.




The Mayor of Virginia, Michael Singer, openly expressed his views and stated that the responsibility must lay with Mr. Trump for inflaming racial prejudice during his presidential campaign in 2016. In his own words, he said: “I place the blame for a lot of what you’re seeing in America today at the doorstep of the White House, and the people around the president”.


David Duke, current member of the Klu Klux Klan and ex-leader, came out & confirmed that the “Unite The Right” march was to “fulfil the promises made by Donald Trump”. In other words, the chaos and destruction, the fascist and anti-Black rhetoric, the violence and Nazism, was on behalf of their elected president. Trump is hesitant to condemn these racists, because he knows that white supremacists are his base and core audience. Instead, he deflected and minimized the severity of these terror acts by claiming that bigotry & hate is coming from “many sides”. In reality, white supremacists that self-identify as “white nationalists” are the only people guilty of perpetuating bigotry & hatred.


White supremacist female that shouted, “you sound like a n*gger”, with suspected domestic-terrorist/confirmed white supremacist, Baked Alaska.



Racist white men and women have been roaming the streets shouting “n*gger” & chanting the 19th century Nazi motto “Blood and Soil”. In addition, white “militia groups” (many dressed in Nazi attire), were intimidating innocent bystanders with machine-guns. This situation needs to be carefully monitored, because if these people aren’t punished, it means that the government is subliminally proclaiming a war on Melanoid people.


Black Kids Being Terrorized:



One noticeable aspect about this “Unite The Right” riot is that the majority of these white terrorists where unmasked. Typically, they’d go out of their way to keep their faces and identities hidden. However, with Trump in office (one of their own), they’ve now become extremely bold and they no longer fear prosecution.


If the roles were reversed and an innocent unarmed Black man was killed, Trump would openly condemn the entire Black community for peacefully protesting & demanding justice. In fact, the streets would be filled with S.W.A.T teams, police tanks, riot gear, tear gas and water hoses. Something we haven’t seen during this Neo-Nazi terror demonstration.


Violent Domestic Terrorism:


The blame is deservedly placed on Trump, but we cannot forget the racist mainstream media that have empowered hate-groups like the Alt-Right. They’re undeniably complicit because they’ve consistently enabled white supremacy.


The ADL have announced that the “Unite The Right” catastrophe is possibly the largest white supremacist gathering in the last decade. Also, white terror organizations across the country have made a re-emergence, including the KKK who are now active in 33 states with over 40 affiliated groups. This is possibly the first time in history that white supremacist coalitions have put personal differences aside, and united under the same umbrella to declare war on Melanoid people.


Melanoid Nation will continue to update the family on any new information. Our advice: Be alert, do not let your children go outside unsupervised, and exercise your Second Amendment.

3 thoughts on “Donald Trump: The Man Empowering White Supremacists

  1. Sister Tiffany Tubman says:

    Excellent article! If they are uniting and putting petty differences aside, we must do the same family. Time to #UniteyheRace of Melanoid people and demand a system of justice with shared government representation and power. We must also demand reparations now.

  2. Jamaal Abdul-Alim says:

    Check out this article about what happens when white nationalists get their DNA tests back and find out they’re not all the way white.

  3. Adekunle Adewunmi says:

    Melonaid nation is on point. Great job

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