Matthew Heimbach and I joined several dozen men and women from several groups who were united with Keystone United’s annual celebration of the Viking explorer Leif Ericson’s historic European discovery of the Americas. Despite being confronted by hundreds of anti-White hecklers menacing us with improvised weapons and poorly fitting drag lingerie, we broke through their barricade, marched up to Leif Ericson’s memorial, and honored his legacy with several memorable speeches.
Lacking a fact-based victory narrative, the anti-White blogosphere have taken to fishing for still shots of us staring off blankly at the beginning of the ordeal and claiming that we were sad and defeated or something. There’s plenty of other media from the event, including “objective” media reports confirming that we were lively, in good spirits, and perfectly capable of achieving a successful event despite being outnumbered.
Quality over quantity.
Tellingly, their shots are exclusively from the ten minute period before the Keystone leadership decided to cut through the Leftist formation, causing them to scatter and resort to obnoxiously barking threats and insults and blowing air horns as we went about our business. But don’t take our word for it, check out their own footage of the event. We broke their first human barricade at around 34:00, causing them to panic and beg the police to intervene. Moments later, we broke their next barricade around the statue.
We came. We saw. We commemorated. Your move, anti-Whites.
While routing anti-White mobs is a reward in itself, the point of the event was honoring our forefathers. We weren’t there to shout “White Power!” or threaten Philly’s AIDS-infested post-apocalyptic swarm of degenerates. The event wasn’t about them. Despite an impressive effort on their part to make it about them, and to make it about them opposing our supposed “White Supremacism” and evil “Nazism”, our event was about us, and it was about our people.
In debate after debate, anti-Whites strike a pose, alleging that they’re totally cool with our celebrating our heritage, but uncomfortable with our secret plot to genocide the non-Whites. A common refrain of ours is that we’re about “Heritage, Not Hate”. For the anti-Whites, it’s about hating our heritage. They’re the ones with the explicit stated policy of racial genocide, something they freely admitted repeatedly during the crowd banter. Anti-Whites eagerly await the day when Whites no longer exist as a people, and our doing nothing more than honoring our ancestors sends them into a hysterical tantrum.
Calling them the “real” genocidal hatemongers isn’t some clever attempt to flip the script, it’s right there in the open for anybody to see for themselves.
Leif Ericson’s legendary voyage opened up a vast new world for European peoples, a world which is now under siege. It’s under siege because we’ve lost the virility, spirit of adventure, and sense of a shared purpose and destiny which he and his people took for granted. Honoring Leif Ericson’s legacy is the first step toward becoming the kind of men and women capable of leaving a legacy worthy of remembering 1,000 years from now. Keystone United have taken that first step and have broken through the enemy lines. Every year, more and more of us are joining their annual tradition.
Can they count on you to stand united with them next year?