August 28, 2015
Virginia on-air Shooter was fighting a Race War
By Mark Wachtler
August 28, 2015. Roanoke, VA. (ONN) When Treyvon Martin was murdered, the corporate media blamed white cops, even though George Zimmerman wasn’t white or a cop. Similarly, when Bryce Williams murdered a local news reporter and her cameraman live on TV Wednesday, a host of anti-white hate groups immediately blamed white racists for the double-homicide. But the truth appears to be quite the opposite – Bryce Williams was a black supremacist fighting a violent race war.
Bryce Williams takes aim at his victims seconds before killing them. From his own self-shot video. Image courtesy of MMC-News.com.
This week’s on-air murder of WDBJ-7’s Alison Parker and Adam Ward in Roanoke, Virginia was a tragic and senseless murder. Or was it? A small segment of the American population is celebrating the spine-chilling incident caught on video by two separate cameras. Thanks in part to incessant racial propaganda by America’s media outlets, there is an ever-growing army of racist anti-white militants. They’re violent and they’re armed. And yesterday, one of them – Bryce Williams – formally broke the media black-out about their existence.
Bryce Williams’ 23-page manifesto
Fortunately for those of us seeking nothing more than the truth, Wednesday’s shooter – Bryce Williams – faxed a 23-page manifesto to ABC News two hours after he inexplicably murdered a local CBS affiliate’s reporter and cameraman. Now, the shocking event is no longer inexplicable. Williams was an angry, violent, hate-filled killer who admittedly murdered his victims live on TV as his contribution to the American race war he was fighting.
In his manifesto, Williams praised the mass murderers from Columbine and Virginia Tech, while demonizing the Confederate flag waving killer in the recent Charleston, SC church massacre. He also claimed ‘Jehovah’ told him to join the race war and kill white people. Specifically, he answered the big question everyone is asking this morning – why? Pointing to the Charleston incident, Bryce Williams’ post-shooting manifesto explained why he did it.
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Here are two separate reports quoting Williams’ manifesto – one from the Wall Street establishment and one from a fellow grassroots news outlet:
“Why did I do it?…I was already on the edge. The church shooting was a tipping point. The victims’ initials are written on the bullets.” – New York Times.
“Why did I do it? I put down a deposit for a gun on 6/19/15. The Church shooting in Charleston happened on 6/17/15…What sent me over the top was the church shooting. And my hollow point bullets have the victims’ initials on them.” – Eyes Open Report.
The secret race war
You probably won’t see or hear any mention of Bryce Williams admitting to his participation in a race war against white people from any corporate-owned US news networks. But there is no shortage of its reporting outside America’s iron curtain. Both The Daily Mail and The Telegraph from the UK are just two examples.
One of the statements from Williams that is being censored from the American people comes from his manifesto which each UK outlet quoted (expletives replaced with —), “As for Dylann Roof? You —! You want a race war —? BRING IT THEN YOU WHITE —!!!”
After the double-murder, Bryce Williams took to social media. He not only posted the video of the killings which he recorded himself, but he also told his Twitter followers that he had specifically targeted the female reporter Alison Parker. He accused Parker of being a white racist tweeting, “Alison made racist comments.”
Bryce Williams’ complaints
A report from TMZ quotes the former employer of Bryce Williams, WTWC-TV in Florida, where Williams worked for less than a year before being fired, the same duration as his employment stint with Roanoke’s WDBJ-7. At both networks, he was accused of being divisive, hateful and racist. At WTWC, Williams sued the outlet after he was terminated claiming racial discrimination and sexual harassment over his GLBT orientation.
TMZ summarized his legal accusations reporting, ‘Here are his allegations:
-Claims producer called him a monkey
-Claims an official joked about a black murder suspect with gold and green grillz, saying he had collared greens stuck in his teeth
-Claims he heard a manager tell another black employee to stop talking ebonics.’
According to WTWC management, no witnesses were ever found to corroborate Williams’ above allegations. The station’s President Jeffrey Marks said, “None of them could be corroborated by anyone. We think they were fabricated.” The network none the less settled with Bryce Williams out of court in exchange for his dropping the lawsuit against them.
Describing the day the Florida network fired Williams, Marks went on to detail, “He was sort of looking out for people to say things that he could take offense to. Eventually, after many incidents of his anger coming to the fore, we dismissed him. He did not take that well and we had to call the police to escort him from the building.”
So, is America embroiled in a race war that most people aren’t even aware of? Bryce Williams thought so. So did the shooter in the Charleston church killings. More importantly, is this the end or just the beginning?
Watch both videos of live, on-air murders right here.
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