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(calm urban music) – Charlottesville was a
very difficult situation because it’s one guy who drove a car. It’s not like all of
these people went there and beat up all of these other people. – They showed up with AK-47s. – Yeah, I understand. – [Sierra] They showed up with AK-47s. – I understand where you’re coming from, I don’t wanna defend those people. – My name is Sierra, I’ve
been an ardent supporter of Black Lives Matter
for several years now, and I’m here to talk about
what the organization is about, what the movement’s about, and
the people behind it like me. – Thank you, Sierra.
(laughing) – I’m Dev, I’m here
representing the Alt-Right. I did vote for Donald Trump. Let’s just get that out of the way now so it doesn’t come up later. – I guess I could ask
you this then right away. Are you offended by the
statement All Lives Matter? – I wish with all my heart
that people just used it as like, “You are absolutely
right, all lives do matter, “including Asian lives,
including black lives, “including white lives. “Everybody’s life is equal.” But its never used that way. It’s always used in
this like mean spirited, contrarian shut down sort of way, and I don’t–
– I can see that. – I mean like, why? Why use it like that? – Fuck yeah. – [Dev] We’re gonna bring the marijuana. – I’m gonna do this, sorry.
– No, you’re good. You can, I’m not even
probably gonna eat the chips. – Not regularly. I smoke in a party environment. – I would say the same, but I do smoke by myself occasionally. – My grandma is gonna
be so proud, oh my God. – My grandma doesn’t know what YouTube is. (laughing) (coughing)
(laughing) (ticking) – Oh, I’ve got a big question. – Sure. – What is your experience
with black people? – Good. I don’t see them really any differently. That’s always a difficult question to ask. I’ve never had like one
of those experiences where I’ve ever been robbed by anyone, so or any race, or I’ve
never had like a negative experience like that with any race, but– – Okay, but back up that. I was asking more of like who
was your first black friend? – Oh, at like five years old. – How many black friends
do you hang out with now? – Currently that live in this area? A few, throughout my life
like probably 30 to 50. – Wow, that’s a lot of blacks.
(laughs) – But I grew up in an
area where there really wasn’t a lot of black people. – So, what do your black friends
think about your opinions? – I would say that most of
them have listened to me enough to where they completely understand where I’m coming from politically. Probably a couple of them who
wouldn’t appreciate my support because they still believe
that there’s some sort of racial overhang over the way you vote. – Hmm, you don’t think so? – I don’t think until, awe, sorry. We’ll start over with this. The way the president talks
is not kind, it’s not typical, and at times there have been
points where he said things that are very on that
borderline of, you know, what did you really mean there? But you want to tell me that
you feel oppressed, right? And I understand that,
like Black Lives Matter, they feel oppressed, right, correct? – Oh, no, Black Lives Matter. – So, you know what I mean,
I’m not trying to be rude, just take what I’m saying for face value, and look between the lines to be offended because that’s what people do nowadays, they look between the
lines to find offense. – You’re like so tense. – I’m scared to offend you
and make this this big thing when I’m not trying to– – I would rather you offend
me and me call you out on it than you be like super
angry and very defensive. – That’s just how I am when I
talk though, I get passionate. People that know me would be used to it– – Yeah, but I don’t know you, man. (ticking) – It’s unfair to say
that African Americans are killed at a higher
rate by police because it’s not statistically
supported when you start looking at the arrest numbers. I actually have the statistics, but now I forgot ’em because… (ticking) Donald Trump has broken the GOP, which is the greatest thing that could happen to conservatives, so I’m very excited about that. – Clearly!
(laughing) (ticking) – I don’t think you guys understand what 20 trillion dollars in debt means. When you can’t pay back your debt and your national debt interest, your country goes to default. Do you see what happened to Venezuela? Their country went default,
their money went bad, and their country went nuts. That can happen here. Rome collapsed, we’re not above that. (ticking) Where is your actual,
factual, based arguments? Like, they’re all in
conjecture in emotion. – I don’t have the facts,
I don’t have the stats, I’m just a human being and
I’m sorry that’s not enough. I’m sorry that that’s like– – You’re playing emotion
right now, you just did it, I just said emotion,
and you’re just like– – Sorry, man. – Throwing the emotion card again. – I have emotions. Do you wanna smoke some more weed? Do you need some more weed? Is that gonna calm you down? Okay.
(laughing) (ticking) – Sometimes you gotta
move the joint around. (ticking) – Here’s the thing, like it feels like you came in with an agenda. I thought we were just
supposed to smoke and talk. I didn’t know that you were
here to prove something. And you seem really angry, which is like one of the things I think of when I think of the Alt-Right is like these guys who are just mad. I just met you, you know.
– I’m talking with passion. There’s a difference. – Okay, but it’s coming off as aggression. – That’s your perception.
– And that’s valid. If you’re gonna invite me to the table, then at least be willing to talk to me. At least be willing to hear my side. – You’ve been twisting
my words this whole time. (laughing)
You’re just so unfair. – Sorry, man.
– You’re just so unfair. – Yeah, tell me about it. – What I was saying– – What’s unfair is those Oreos have been all the way over there.
– You can have them. This is all you, I don’t eat that. (ticking) – So, it was like weeks and weeks and weeks of like murders on TV. I just kept seeing this footage over and over and over again
of black people dying. I had this panic attack that comes back every once in a while where I think about what would I do if I were killed, and I go outside, and I see
cops, and my heart races. You take your hands out
of your pocket, I think, “Don’t hold onto anything. “Don’t look down because
you might look suspicious, “but also don’t stare
them in the face because “that’s fucking weird.” I know after seeing one
case after the other that if I was killed,
right, police officer said I came at them, I had
a cell phone in my hand, that cop wouldn’t go to jail, nobody would be punished. I can’t suffer like that
alone, I had to do something. Joining up with Black
Lives Matter has been the most healing and loving experience, and being part of something
that was restorative, and healing, and loving, yeah. – Well, I’m glad that you have had a great experience with it, and that that movement’s brought you like that sense of family to it, it’s good. (ticking) – I was listening to Richard
Spencer this week, right– – I dont know why you would do that. – I…
– I don’t listen to that. – It was a bad fucking idea. But when you think of, when
you google the Alt-Right, he’s one of–
– He’s termed that– – He’s mainstream, he’s
the mainstream face of the Alt-Right. – He, because, okay, that’s
what I’m trying to like, okay. So, I guess, no, I am not a
member of Richard Spencer’s crew or the one half of percent of
Republicans or conservatives that are actually like that. I am a member of the Alternative Right, which is the different group
within the Republican party that is more towards the Right. – There’s multiple groups
inside the Alt-Right movement? – I was trying to explain to you that Richard Spencer is not
the political Alt-Right. Richard Spencer is a racist. – If a guy says that he’s Pro Alt-Right, like why try to distance
yourself so much– – Because he’s a racist. And I don’t agree with what he’s saying when he’s saying that we need
to make America more white. I don’t agree with that. – But there are people in the Alt-Right who do support Richard Spencer. – I don’t how many you’ve found out there, but when I discuss
politics with conservatives they’re pretty much always not racist. – What does being not racist mean to you? – Well, racism is a
definition that you think one race is more superior than the other. – And you’re 100% sure
that every conservative you’ve talked to– – I said almost always not racist. – Almost always not a racist. – I’m not 100% sure because
people lie obviously. (ticking) – Bringing AK-47s to rallies? You still on that side? – If you’re within the laws, then you’re within the laws. I don’t think its morally
okay, no, I think it’s weird. I don’t know why you’d need to do that, it’s like a fear tactic,
obviously, and intimidation thing. – Right.
– But it is within the law. (ticking) I think that our movements, if you really look at,
like I said earlier, what the goals of what
I was talking about, or like just people who
live here in general are very similar. I think that the divided line between us makes our goals harder to reach, and that’s what I’m saying. I think it’s unfair to paint
that small group of people in light with all these
other people because now you don’t wanna come to the table to talk to these people because you think that they’re those violent people. – I think that you’re on
the inside in you know more about this movement
than I ever could know. And you’re closer to this
movement than I ever could be. – Same to you. – So, I feel like if you
believed in what you’re saying, that going back to those
people who are violent, who are aggressive, who are saying things that you
do not believe the message, like talking to them and
getting that stuff together. – I can try to talk to them, but I don’t think that we’re
ever gonna change their mind. – But if you aren’t gonna change the mind of like your own group, I mean, then there’s like no– – That’s not, that’s a small, very small smidgen of outliers. – Talk to them. You can talk to your own, the people that you know. Then just reel them back in. (ticking) – There still is a lot of
racism left in this country. Where they identify
politically, I dont know. Don’t think its fair
though to put your politics into a bed because you think
someone might be racist. It’s unfair to tag someone as a racist, and then make them prove
they aren’t a racist. That’s terrible.
– Why? – Because then, I could just be like, “Okay, you’re a racist. “Tell me why you’re not.” Hey, you guys are all racists here, tell me why you’re no though. You each gotta tell me each individually why you’re not a racist.
– Let me tell you. – That’s unfair.
– Let me tell you. – I grew up in America, I grew up racist. I grew up 110% racist. There are things I
thought about black people that are disgusting. I started to realize
as I became a teenager that there was something wrong
with the way I was thinking, and that took a lot of
like self correction. That took a lot of me calling
myself out, and saying, “Okay, that was racist.” I still do it. There are still things
where I laugh at them, or there’s a joke, and I go,
“My God, that was fucked up!” – You’re not a racist,
you probably do find some stereotypes–
– No, man, I’m a racist. (ticking) – If you use the term loosely, then it loses its meaning, you know, and it’s not as big when you’re out there saying this guy is a racist and
he’s trying to do something. People aren’t really
gonna believe you because you cried wolf on all these other people. – Oh… Well, wow, okay.
– You know. That’s kind of, I’m not trying to say, it’s a slippery slope
obviously with those. (ticking) – To me, it’s not the same thing. Like you don’t see what I see. – Yeah. – You don’t experience what I experience. – Well, for sure, yeah. – I will be pro black
lives till the day I die. I was hoping that if one of you guys saw a human being that there would just be like a little bit of a
softening on those things. – That’s where I can’t like, I don’t see what you’re
actually getting done. Protesting is great and all, but protesting does nothing. – I know you think that
protest doesn’t do anything, I think that the abolitionists, I think that the women who
marched to get the vote, I think that the Selma walks, I think all of those things
would kind of prove you wrong. – They don’t work by themselves. – The, I mean like– – Wait, wait, how did
gay rights actually get, was it a Supreme Court decision? So, I think going through
the Supreme Court worked because that was channel
that was available. The protest did not change anything. – Stonewall, absolutely– – It did represent people’s opinion. – Stonewall changed everything. (ticking) Everybody hates protesting. Protesting cause traffic, it
makes people late for work, and the reason why you do it at the most inconvenient time of the day
is to get people’s attention. – Yeah. – And to get them thinking about it. And that may seem like a
complete waste of time, but like, it’s warmed its way
into your consciousness now. At least in the middle of
their miserable fucking day, at least they thought about
the deaths of these people. At least those people are
not completely forgotten. That, to me, is like,
that’s also a victory. I dont know, I’m pretty proud of that no matter how disorganized
we could be, so. – You have to take the small victory. – Yeah, totally, or else life
becomes unbearable, you know. Did we talk for too long? – Pretty much just the same
thing I kind of expected. I would hope that we had more of a chance to open up and actually discuss things instead of disagreeing repeatedly. At least from what I said, I think we could leave
the table knowing that she knows that in most of those things I have full support for them, so. I just had some critiques. – Oh my God, hell yeah. – Yeah, I’ll come, I’ll
just have to like be quiet. – I would appreciate that, yeah. – So I don’t get punched because the whole like punch a Nazi thing. – Yeah, no hail Hitler, like none of that. (calm urban music)

Maurice Vega

100 Responses

  1. White dude is afraid of offending the black lady or being thought of as a racist. I don't give a dang what any of them think. Media likes dirty laundry so they play on the lies black folks are fed such as they need white mans reparations and special programs to become successful. Blacks do not need ANYONE, they are just the same as everyone else if they ditch this Im held down by whitey bullshit. Have EVERYONE smoke weed and all of this racially charged bullcrap will dissapear and we will all just be one race, the human race. Weed, brings people together, race issues tear us apart.

  2. I was definitely inspired by how passionate they both were, but I just don't think The Black Lives Matter Supporter brought much to the table in terms of logical, coherent thought. On the same side, I did think the conservative gentleman brought the issue of racial politics and the accusatory behavior that happens on a political scale. I myself, identify as a moderate and agree with both sides of their arguments (at least the logical, well-educated ones).

  3. Literally waited for him to get done talking for 30 min with his statement. She was very kind and vibed. No one need a damn ak 47, protest do matter (says every movement ever), and that bong needs to be lit!

  4. If all people aren't given the same opportunities, this will be reflected in the statistics. Black people who are being held back when it comes to education and job opportunities are more likely to commit crimes. It's sad. Change and acceptance happens so slowly, some races and minorities won't live long enough to witness a world with real equality.

  5. At the end of the day people join activities and groups so they feel like they have an extra purpose. I have no political party I straight up vote for the people. Who ever has the better plan for the people gets my vote, I'm considered caucasian but being a mix of 5 nationalities with a light complex is what we get labeled. People need to just realize at the end of the day the only group that should exist is we the people. It don't matter if your black as night white as snow brown as a cow yellow as flowers red as coals, when you bleed its red, when you breathe in you have to breathe out. When I see a person I don't see the pigment of their skin. I simply see a person, a person that I want to succeed in life. I know someone gone say that's because you were sheltered or you never experienced what we did, white people are as stand up as they should be. That's why the country is divided, because the town I was born and raised in didn't have many white people on the side of town I grew up in, I really was born and raised in the streets. My parents had the means to give us a better life dad was just always gone being a rolling stone being a lead singer, and mom was always chasing another nigga or a line, so I really have had the struggle. So much of it at the sad age of 10 i decided i wouldn't go hungry anymore. I wouldn't take a cold shower anymore. I started selling for the big homies. Pick the bag up and drop it off. At 13 the big homie dropped off some product and a clock. And never made it out the driveway. You could see the ground through the floor of my grandparents house because my nanny RIP died when I was 10 and my pops at the ripe age of 84 couldnt take care of his home and wasnt living there but that's where mom dropped us at, at 10 I was taking care of my kid brother making sure he got fed showered clothed and to school. I never even knew there was an imaginary difference between people until I moved north to the state of Ohio. And because I grew up in the (hood/projects) (my home) i spoke different i dressed different and most importantly I was different. Ain't no such thing as a black man in my eyes, it's just another man. I know how a lot of the world portrays black people and its incomprehensible. My big momma rose rip was the kindest woman I've ever met. I love her more than life.

  6. him:………….so why did you jo
    her:your so aggressive man looks like you came here with an agenda

    like you where invited to talk and you didn’t let him talk because you knew u couldn’t back up what you where supporting

  7. I find it interesting that people who lean more left found his tone to be confrontational, and people that lean to the right found her to be condescending. I think they both made a point to say something about their respective movements, that impassioned them for their causes. Would like to see a pt 2.

  8. This was very disappointing to watch. All she did was try to argue and act offended even though he was so evidently not attacking her…

  9. i feel like when the chick said you came with an agenda… i think she really meant damn… i was hoping for a white pothead that voted for the president and doesnt know jack shit about politics so.. i could jump all over you and make my points %100valid.

  10. "your coming off as aggressive"

    *Legit brushes everything he said of as if nothing happened and laughing at his opinion even though if he did the same then he's a nazi

  11. Oh there miserable day at least they thought about these people being killed.. Her words not mine shes a retard using emotion as logic . News flash people died get killed ,murdered, flattened, hung , tortured . You cants stop everything wrong in the world by wasting someone else's precious time protesting in the streets we have places to be things to do and lives to safe so get the FUCK OFF THE ROAD AND SHUT THE FUCK UP SNOWFLAKES

  12. The fact that this channel labeled him as a Alt-Right speaks volumes about the political undertones of this channel… He is a conservative. He isn't Alt-Right. There are BIG differences between the two.

  13. So much respect for this woman… I’m just 6 minutes in and I swear all I can say is so much damn respect for her. Her grace, her intelligence, how calm she remained, how willing to participate and extend an olive branch over and over… I don’t know if she’ll ever see this comment but if ever she does. Deepest levels of respect. As a black man, the very premise of this video gave me anxiety, made me angry and filled me with frustration and you through your thoughtful and nuanced disposition helped me feel at ease while watching this even when he did the opposite lol.

  14. This video shows exactly everything about alt-right-minded peoples that proves that their theories and assumptions about reality are based on delusion.
    I would have to take every statement this man makes, one by one and show him where he is being absolutely illogical and irrational. It’s like he has this tape in his head and he plays it without disseminating the meaning of each and every sentence that he lets out of his mouth.
    This video is the epitome of the flaw in the thinking of “right-wing” White supremacist America!

  15. She made it seem like we should feel sorry and put light on them specifically. We are all atoms so in my eyes one atom vs another…..losing battle i think ,help each other succeed or mind your business

  16. She is a dummy!! She is not listening!!! She just has a response before he is done talking and brings up another subject to put this in her favor

  17. I’m black and I hateedddd how she was talking to him , she was trying to be funny and I felt like she was trying to make him feel small…I wish someone with actual depth represented blm

  18. this guy hasnt shown me any alt-right viewpoints, these are mainstream right wing views, but with the left moving farther and farther to the left it makes anybody right of joe biden look like a hardline conservative.

  19. I’m sorry but she was being really..patronizing. She doesn’t agree so she treats him like a child. While I don’t agree with him, I don’t agree with how she went about talking about her opinions.

  20. You won't fix racism by voting democrat. You'll just be voting for a slightly different approach to economics, same goes for voting republican

  21. I’m a black women who believes in the black lives matter movement and I would be friends with the white guy rather than the black girl. She was super manipulative the whole time and he was just trying to educate her and understand her side and she tried to hard to make him out to be the bad guy.

  22. I don’t think either of them conveyed any message I expected them to lol. I felt like this could’ve been more powerful… maybe the worst two subjects they could’ve picked to have representing either side lmaoo

  23. This vid should be titled: The condescending angry black woman and the guy trying to maintain. Cuz that’s all it is. “I just feel like. . .I, I, I”

  24. I think that this video would've been better if they threw in a independent person and or a non partison political person too!

  25. he literally talks about actually politics and he brings all these facts to the table and she’s just like “ur so tense man i just feel like ur so angry. i’m just a human being i’m sorry that’s not enough”

  26. Which one is black and which one is alt-right? They chose the wrong liberal whites to do this because she’s obviously a white feminist with black makeup and he’s obviously an actor. Black people don’t look like her or ask dumb questions. She’s playing the illogical emotionally decided all accepting individual. He’s playing the white male that stands by he says but on the very edge because he’s afraid of offending people no matter how actual reality is.

  27. It's 2019 and you bring out cheesy poofs and oreo's for stoners??? Come on!!! We eat healthy nowadays 😉 Gourmet Pizza, avocado, pineapple and smoothies instead!

  28. This irritates me for some reason. I love everyone. White, black, Chinese whatever someone else’s skin color, which is only determined by melanin, you should love that person period. You hate trump? Sick I do too sometimes, but you need to realize that he’s not only doing dumb shit. He is also doing things to help. People are so quick to judge based on skin color, or political differences that they just make life fucking miserable. The world is straight up not a tiny time right now man.

  29. If her argument is based off of emotions it would be fear, but fear of being wrongfully killed by the police and in the end not receiving justice. The fact is that black people are being killed so the point of BLM is to bring light to the injustice we face till this day. If lives are being taken of course emotions are going to rise for those who care. If people want to ignore the facts of course you'll dismiss the point of the movement but that doesn't take away from the fact there is a problem and there needs to be better resolutions besides taking someone's life.

  30. 20 trillion and climbing since Trump. And the fear she is describing is the fear men like him want us to have. I wouldn't have given him the satisfaction of thinking that I feared him or any white men. It's the only way wimpy men try to get respect. You have to earn respect. Period.

  31. Damn she’s so condescending. Talks down to him. I don’t think she came into this open minded at all. She came in unprepared, twisted his words, and used emotions as her standing points. This guys isn’t even alt-right. He’s a normal conservative. Idk weird video.

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