Robert Ransdell is campaigning for the US Senate in Kentucky; and he’s trying to show duped White people the facts regarding the Jews’ role in America’s decline, as well as highlight the destructive effects that multiculturalism, diversity, and political correctness have already had on his country. Robert also aims to inspire the people he reaches to work toward solutions to the problems Whites in America face today. Learn more about Robert’s 7-point plan and show your support, by getting actively involved.
“With Jews we lose.”
Yep, that’s the signature slogan of Kentucky write-in Senate candidate Robert Ransdell, a gallant and brave white racialist who’s created a firestorm among the paranoid, sociopathic racial supremacist Jews with his campaign advertisements. Jews know that decent White Christian people are the only real threat to their evil antichristian global takeover agenda, so they’re always ready to attack and defame any that might dare to advocate their racial identity in a public and political way; while at the same time brainwashing them into kowtowing to the Jews and tricking them into degrading themselves morally and diluting themselves racially, so they’ll ultimately lose their identity and the desire to oppose a Jew orchestrated cultural Marxist lockdown of their countries and the despotism of mandatory global “666” e-commercial trade and surveillance under Israel’s biblical end-time antichrist.
Predictably as soon as Ransdell’s sensible and righteous posters, bearing the slogan “with Jews we lose”, started appearing in Florence, a small town in northern Kentucky, the Jew media brainwashed local residents were quick to kowtow to the conspiring Jews and base nigger freeloaders, by irrationally complaining.
“It’s ignorance. Complete ignorance and hate,” Kentucky resident Drea, who asked to keep her surname private, told WLWT-TV. “I could drive by it and act like oh whatever it’s just some idiot. But when does one idiot become 20?”
Now check out this heavily Judaized CBS News article …
Randall offered no apologies.
“I believe there is no such thing as racial equality,” he told the station. “You see that in our cities every day.”
He added that he’d received a lot of “positive feedback” on the Internet. “Like I said, we’re going to find out what kind of feedback we get once we go out and take it to the people here in the state of Kentucky,” he said.
Ransdell doesn’t stand a chance of winning Kentucky’s competitive Senate race, which pits Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell against Democrat Alison Lundergan Grimes.
But with his anti-Semitic message, he’s certainly managed to stir the pot. And it’s a message he’s had plenty of practice delivering.
According to the Lexington Herald-Leader, Ransdell has been active for years in groups like the National Alliance, a hate group based in West Virginia, and Stormfront, dubbed the “largest racist web form in the world” by the Southern Poverty Law Center.
In 2012, according to the Anti-Defamation League, Ransdell posted flyers at the University of Cincinnati offering a reward to anyone who could who could get Holocaust survivior and author Elie Wiesel, who was visiting Cincinnati at the time, to show the tattoo he received at Auschwitz as proof of his ordeal.
His campaign website, www.whiteguard.us, says Ransdell “seeks to show White people the facts regarding the Jewish role in America’s decline as well as highlight the destructive effects that multiculturalism, diversity, and political correctness have had on this country.”
The website expands on Ransdell’s anti-semitic message, warning that American media are “almost completely” owned and controlled by Jews. It also details Ransdell’s thoughts on gay people, undocumented immigrants, black people, HIV-positive people, and others. (Spoiler alert: they’re quite offensive.)
On Wednesday, Ransdell delivered a racist, anti-Semitic tirade at an event that brought high school journalism students to the University of Kentucky. After holding forth for a few minutes, Ransdell’s microphone was cut and he left the stage.
Kathy Johnson, a spokeswoman for the university, said the school “was not aware of the content of his remarks prior to him speaking and does not condone or endorse any political platform or agenda,” according to the Herald-Leader.
Further viewing …
Check out the Jews’ dupes actually censoring Ransdell and irrationally applauding the (probably Jewish) journalist who’s hatefully attacking the sensible, well presented and righteous policies advocated by the gallant white racialist Robert Ransdell in this video …