Keene white supremacist: Non-whites have lower IQ's, vote out of stupidity
Christopher Cantwell of Keene, featured in a 20 minute Vice News documentary on the alt-right rally in Charlottesville, Virginia that ended in the death of Heather Heyer, has been banned from Facebook and Instagram.
Facebook has also removed at least eight pages connected to the white nationalist movement over what Facebook spokeswoman Ruchika Budhraja says were violations on the company's policies on hate speech and organizations.
Cantwell is an alt-right talk show host of a show called Radical Agenda.
In a more extensive, three-hour interview posted on his own website, Cantwell spoke frankly to VICE Correspondent Elle Reeve, saying they were there to protest the removal of the Robert E. Lee monument but also to unite the different alt-right groups. He said there is some disagreements specifically racism, "like communist egalitarians pretending like all men are in fact equal, and even more ridiculous, women are equal to men."
He said the right must unite to defend themselves against the left, who wants to destroy the country. He said egalitarianism is contradictory concept.
"The idea that we are all the same is contradicted by the very fact that the same people want diversity," Cantwell said. "How can you have diversity and equality in the same sentence?"
Cantwell said he wants to live in a libertarian society — but can't do that if the left is in control of the government.
"I'd be perfectly happy to see New Hampshire, for example, succeed from the Union ... just get outside the boot of the United States Federal Government, and we live that way."
"The race factor is a side effect of the larger problem," Cantwell said. "The Democratic party has been opening up the floodgates of immigration and forbidding discrimination and subsidizing the breeding of non-whites because they, on average, they have lower IQ's and will vote for democratic policies because they are stupid."
He said Trump is the lesser of the two evils when it comes to policies he aligns with. Trump is a "good bandage to slow the bleeding."
But Cantwell makes its clear, he is no Trump supporter.
"I think it's funny that so many people try to act as though Donald Trump has caused this resurgence of white nationalism. I think it's foundationally ridiculous, frankly, because I've watched that ki*e bastard knock up his daughter."
Cantwell's references is to the marriage between Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner.
Cartwell continues saying blacks are filling up our prisons because they generally have lower IQ and higher testosterone.
He also said women shouldn't have been given the right to vote. He said the biological nature of women, their hormones, etc., is to fall for the "kinda scams that bring us the welfare state." He also said women are geared toward nurturing and raising a family "and that's a good thing. I love women for that but they are not suited for statecraft and should be excluded from the process."
In another video, posted to YouTube on Wednesday, Cantwell is visibly crying while saying he fears for his life. He said authorities have a warrant out for his arrest in Charlottesville but he had been unable to find out why. NH1 News contacted the Charlottesville Magistrate who said they cannot confirm that information over the phone and it would need to be confirmed in person.
Cantwell stated in the video that he has been told the same but because of fear for his safety he did not want to travel to the magistrates office.
He then goes on to say that the protesters have done everything in their power to keep the peace.
"We have done everything in our power to keep this peaceful. I know we talk a lot of shit on the Internet but literally Jason Kessler applied for a permit months ago for this. When they yanked our permit we went to the ACLU and we went to court and we won. We've been coordinating with law enforcement the entire time. Every step of the way we've tried to do the right thing. ... We have used every peaceful and lawful way to redress our grievances and our enemies just will not stop. "
In the video he admits to engaging in violence but says it was in defense of himself and others.
Cantwell had been part of the Free State Project, a movement trying to persuade 20,000 libertarians to move to New Hampshire. The movement kicked him out after he expressed views that he believes it is OK to kill police officers in self defense because when they arrest people they are engaging in "violence."
NH1 News interviewed Cantwell more than two years ago after he was accosted for filming a couple fighting in downtown Keene. NH1 News left a message for Cantwell for comment, but he has not yet returned our call.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.