White nationalist named Evil racist complained about the unfairness of social networks
A student from Nevada Peter Cvetanović (Peter Cvjetanovic) in an interview with local TV station KTVN has admitted that he is upset that his photo from Charlottesville with a torch came into the net and became a symbol of what is happening in the city riots. “She appeared on the front page of The Guardian, and my heart sank,” said Cvetanović.
He argues that the media and social networks have unfairly hung on him the label of “evil racist”. Cvetanović says that he’s not racist, and nationalist who took part in the March “Right join”, to Express its position on the demolition of the monument to Confederate General Robert Edward Lee. According to him, Lee “was not a perfect man”, but he was among the people who “fought for, defended and built our country.”
“I hope people recognize that participation in the alternative March doesn’t make me an evil Nazi, and that to be Pro-white right now, and the fact that I’m Pro-white doesn’t mean I’m against any other”, — said the nationalist.