Pictured: Jacob Rosenberg before Andrew Dodson’s death. 

by Billy Roper

After yesterday’s article offering condolences and sympathy on Andrew Dodson’s passing, and expressing displeasure with the Jewish reporter, Jacob Rosenberg, who chose to publicize Andrew’s name and created the environment which led to his death, some people were understandably outraged.

I’m not sure why Jacob Rosenberg has since removed his e-mail address and picture from his own website, or taken down his Linked In profile completely. Those curious enough, such as other journalists, perhaps, may wish to ask him via Twitter, as his profile there is still up, for now.  As a reporter one would think that those tools would be important career-wise.  However, I have to agree at least in part with the anti-White, self-described leftist who commented on the article that our side, i.e., pro-Whites, do not engage in harassment of those with whom we disagree like the left does, saying:

Karl Guevara

“You’re basically just giving the dude free publicity to any leftie (me) who clicks on this, and it’s not like people are going to harass him like they harassed Andrew. Because unlike Andrew he didn’t go around fucking with people for fun and spread poisonous messages about ethnic cleansing.”
That’s right, he didn’t. All Jacob Rosenberg did was choose to needlessly publish the name of a person publicly who was not wanted for any crime. His Jewish identity understandably drove his perspective on the story, and his reporting. Now that person is dead.
So, I apologize if my naming of Jacob Rosenberg here helps him by giving him free publicity. That wasn’t my intent. Like many of you, I just get so saddened and frustrated sometimes by our people being murdered in the streets, demographically replaced, and driven literally to suicide by hounding, stalking, harassing anti-Whites. I feel that it helps the natural grieving process whenever we experience a loss such as this to name the culprits involved. To stand up to bullies. That’s why I named Jacob Rosenberg as the reporter who is in part responsible for Andrew Dodson’s death; if not legally, then at least morally.
As some people say, “Never Forget”.