The Traditionalist Worker Party Logo


Whenever you launch a new political venture, symbolism is crucial to be able to introduce the public to your party, your principles and your ideals. Symbols have the power to move individuals and entire nations to the drumbeat of history. Symbols work in all realms of the human experience, but especially in politics and religion.

To Christians, the symbol of the Cross has the power to inspire, to bring tears to our eyes when we remember the sacrifice of our Savior, and to fortify us with courage to be willing to give our own lives in martyrdom for our Christian faith. The Mjolnir to folk religionists is a symbol that reminds those who wear it of our European ancestors and the roots from which we spring.

Soldiers in battle will give their lives to hold onto the flag of their unit, a piece of cloth with a design holds more value than even the lives of the fighting men because the symbol represents to all of the soldiers their units storied legacy and the heroism of themselves and soldiers to come who fight under the same banner.

Whether on the Left or Right, political movements have symbols that become a crucial part of the identity of those who are active participants. The symbol of a Party or a political ideology can be as small as a lapel pin on a man’s jacket to show his allegiance to his ideology, all the way up to the erection of magnificent monuments that take the work of thousands of dedicated workers and visionaries.

Symbols that are either big or small have the ability to motivate people to a calling greater than their themselves.

In creating the logo of the Traditionalist Worker Party, there was the combined input of dozens of individuals and countless redesigns to come up with the finished and approved insignia for our new Party. The logo is two pieces, the cog wheel and the pitchfork. Individually these pieces can speak to people, but combined they embody every element of who we are and what we are fighting for. This new Party symbol will come to be the banner of a new movement for working families who demand true social justice, a sovereign momeland for future generations of their folk, and a “safe space” to care for and raise their families.

The Traditionalist Worker Party will fight unceasingly in the streets, in the cities, the towns, and the back hollers for the values of faith, family and folk. Wherever globalism rears its ugly head we will be there to stand on the foundation of Tribe and Tradition to repel the usurpers and secure our people and our land. As the founder of the Legion of Saint Michael the Archangel, Corneliu Codreanu, once said “A people becomes aware of its existence when it becomes aware of its entirety, not only of its component parts and their individual interests.” We will awaken all classes of our people to unite together to fight for a better and brighter future for all of us.

The outer part of the logo is the cog wheel. The cog wheel symbolizes several different elements of our Party platform. First the cog represents our fight for industrial workers in America. Free Trade Agreements have utterly destroyed the industrial base of the United States in the past several decades. Republicans and Democrats both love the concept of Free Trade because it puts money in their financial backers pockets: the globalists and organized Jewry. An old truism is to “never trust any company that doesn’t make anything” and that counts doubly so for nations.

The American economy has been transformed into a service-based economy where manufacturing is at all time lows. Essentially, we’ve transitioned from a people who proudly create and produce things of real value for a living wage to a people who take turns shipping, handling, stocking, marketing, and hocking imported junk for the minimum wage. A report on the national economy and the economic “recovery” in the State of Delaware pointed out,

“In the late 1960s, manufacturing was nearly three-fifths of the state’s economy. The state shed jobs in the recession that began in 1969, but it needed only three months to replenish them, Olney and Pacitti calculate. Today, manufacturing has shrunk to less than one-third of the Delaware economy. The state needed more than three years from the start of the 2001 recession to get back to its previous jobs peak. Forty-five months after the end of the last recession, the state has only made up half the jobs it lost.”

The loss of our manufacturing sector doesn’t just hurt workers in factories, it decimates the industries that gather the raw materials, build pieces in the supply chain and impacts local businesses and municipalities when factories are shipped overseas because citizens have less income to spend in their community and towns and States have less tax dollars to provide needed services such as infrastructure, healthcare and caring for the needy. The dismantling of the industrial base of America doesn’t only produce a negative trickle-down effect on our economy, it’s imperiled our national security, impoverished our citizenry, bankrupted our treasury, and guaranteed that the incremental innovations which will create future jobs and careers will occur overseas.

We’ve been robbed blind, and up until now, there’s been no party willing and able to directly confront this outrage.

The globalists are outsourcing every job they can to inhumane Third World sweatshops which lack the most basic safety regulations and wage protections, then importing Third World laborers to do the jobs that remain. And it’s not just American workers that this system harms.

One report found,

A flood of U.S. corn imports, combined with subsidies that favor agribusiness, are blamed for the loss of 2 million farm jobs in Mexico. The trade pact worsened illegal migration, some experts say, particularly in areas where small farmers barely eke out a living.”

Now American workers must not only look for lower paying service jobs as the entire economy reorients itself around the low paying service industry, these workers must compete for fewer jobs with a huge swell of legal and illegal immigrants battling for the same opportunities, driving down wages and benefits across the board.

We must not accept becoming slaves on the land our forefathers fought to secure for their future generations. Father Charles Coughlin said “I need not recall for you that both the laboring and agricultural classes of America are forced to work for less than a living wage while the owners of industry boastfully proclaim that their profits are increasing.” We must fight for working families while still allowing business to thrive, a coordination between owners and workers to benefit both sides and therefore the nation as a whole.

We will put our people back to work.

We will put our people back to work.

The Traditionalist Worker Party has a concise platform to put the economy back on track by ending Free Trade agreements, enacting tariffs to protect our industry, standing by the interests of the nation to become self-sufficient in the production of necessary and vital materials such as military defense components, steel, high-tech computers, infrastructure and other crucial parts of a self reliant nation. The cog as part of our insignia shows our dedication to working families that we will improve their lives by putting bread on their table and creating an environment where a man can provide for a wife and children and our promise to make our nation strong, healthy and independent.

The cog also represents is the notion of individuals becoming a component of a wider machine, the nation. We all have God-given abilities that if used properly can not only lift each of us up, but can lift all of us up. Each individual is a part of the national machine, from the lowliest janitor to the most powerful military leader or civil servant if everyone plays their part the machine runs smoothly.

The hardworking farmer feeds the nation. The coal miner keeps the lights on. Women nurture and educate the next generation, care for the helpless and feeble, and strengthen our homes, families, and communities. Police officers keep order.  Not everyone can be the chief, but everyone has an equal honor in their respective station. The Traditionalist Worker Party believes in supporting the equal dignity of all people and encouraging everyone in their roles.

In our lives we must all “be the cog” to the best of our individual ability. We must reject the radical notion of selfish individualism which has come to dominate both our politics and culture, and dispense with the “American Dream” of becoming as wealthy as possible and then investing that wealth in aggrandizing yourself. We’re not opposed to entrepreneurialism, ambition, success, or wealth. We’re opposed to greed, excess, and individualism.

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A people must be connected to their soil. We will fight for farmers and ranchers to be able to provide for the community, the nation and their families

The cog also represents the marching forward of our movement. As the cog turns the revolution marches forward, a revolution that will never end. Politically and socially we must be the immune system of a living body of our folk, always on guard to repel and defeat anything that attempts to infect our people. Degeneracy, liberalism and Leftism will be stopped at the gates by our dedicated activists. To defend our dignity, our culture, our Faith and our people, we will never leave the ramparts and barricades. As Jose Antonio, the leader of the Spanish Falange said,

The time when a man risks a comfortable life, or economic advantages, is when he feels himself filled with a mystic ardour by religion, country, or honour, or by a new sense of the society in which he livesEveryone who throws himself into creating a revolution pledges himself to complete it: what cannot be done is to defraud it. “

Within the cog lies the pitchfork, a symbol of our connection to the soil. A people root themselves in the soil and seasons for the life giving bounty of nature for sustenance, trade and times of celebration. A people that becomes disconnected from nature becomes disconnected from Providence and their own ancestors. Modernity has destroyed our connection with both our blood and our soil. The Traditionalist Worker Party will reinvigorate an agrarian spirit in our people.

We will fight to ensure that farmers are protected from corporations like Monsanto that seek to steal farmers’ land. We will break the control that companies like Monsanto now hold on the very seeds we use to grow our food. We will wipe away the debts of farmers who have been conned by the agribusiness hustlers and predatory lenders. We must cherish our local connection to the soil and the Traditionalist Worker Party will support organic farmers and family farms to expand their production or start farms so that supermarkets and farmers markets can be stocked by local producers whenever practical.

The globalists best watch out, the peasants are coming to take back our land.

The globalists best watch out, the peasants are coming to take back our land.

The pitchfork also represents the concept of the peasants revolting against a cruel dictatorship. While we support a hierarchical society, that does not mean subservience to corrupt oligarchs. It is normal and healthy for a people to rise up against an illegitimate government that is not being run by the people or for the people. The Greeks rose up against Turkish occupation multiple times until Greece was once again run by the Greek people. In Romania, the Romanian people overthrew a corrupt communist leader Nicolae Ceaușescu after decades of Ceaușescu oppressing the people and persecuting the Church.

We as the people are being held in bondage not to leaders, but to bully boys of the globalist System. Both major political parties are in the pockets of big business and foreign powers and actively work to sell us out. It is time for the peasants to grab our pitchforks and tell the leaders and the world that we will not sit idly by as we are persecuted and pushed to the brink of demographic extinction. We are coming to flip over the tables and put into power leaders who are of our blood, of our values, of our culture and who will fight for our best interests.

Together the cog and the pitchfork will become our symbol of White working and middle class families who are tired of our current political system. Those who are exhausted by endless political correctness, racially discriminatory programs against Whites, State and local sovereignty being eroded by a tyrannical Federal regime, economic control by the globalist elites, mocking of our Faith, and the demographic displacement of the European people in North America now have an opportunity to stop picking the “lesser of two evils” and instead to stand together as a united front to fight for faith, family and folk. Corneliu Codreanu told his followers that “We will kill in ourselves a world in order to build another, a higher one reaching to the heavens.” The goal of the Traditionalist Worker Party will fight for this new world, a world that is healthy, safe and righteous.

With the help of housewives, dockworkers, veterans, students, and the rest, we have the chance to finally stop the control this illegitimate and corrupt regime has over us and our families and instead stand tall in the face of God, our ancestors and history itself to declare that we will be independent, we will be free and we will be sovereign.

It is time to fly the cog and the pitchfork because it is the symbol of resistance to this regime, this anti-Christ agenda of modern America and anti-White hatred, all it takes is your help to make it happen. In the coming weeks, we’ll be rolling out our party and accepting members. Be an early adopter, a stakeholder in a genuinely grassroots campaign to stand for our faith, our families, our communities, our identities, and our livelihoods.


  • GregoryR

    Funny that a bunch of guys who run a blog and live off donations and who are basically the spawn of middle class and upper middle class parents have started a party dedicated to the working class of which you aren’t a part.
    It’d be ironic if what you preached didn’t sound like a regurgitation of Hitler or Mussolini.

    • 1. We all have full-time jobs.

      2. We all invest 100% of donations in activist work.

      3. My father was a coal miner. I grew up on food stamps in an FHA home. I went directly into an automotive factory rebuilding transmissions when I graduated from high school.

      Besides, it shouldn’t be about “prole cred,” and this project requires folks from a variety of backgrounds. If a upper class and even billionaire guys and girls want to join in, they’ll be welcomed as equals. This isn’t a posturing subculture, it’s a struggle which transcends economic class and social subculture.

    • GregoryR

      Sure you did. Running half assed tech support and manning a blog isn’t working class.
      And flying to white power camps and rallies all over the country or flying to Romania to lie and try to get restored to communion is not working class.
      We all know what you three peg boys are up to and the only work you do is spread hate and heresy across the web. If you had a real job you wouldn’t have time to do this plus you might actually meet people with different coloured skin and find out they aren’t any different than yourselves.
      The fact is its all a fraud with you guys. It’s about how can we make a quick buck off of others misery just like bigots like Sharpton. Only difference is he has slight more religious credentials than you lot do. And that ain’t saying much.

    • Ytene

      It is a myth GregoryR that the ground down class rises up and takes on its masters. Revolutions are always financed, organised and led from the top.

    • Sure you did. Running half assed tech support and manning a blog isn’t working class.

      I was born and raised working class.

      And flying to white power camps and rallies all over the country or flying to Romania to lie and try to get restored to communion is not working class.

      If you had a real job you wouldn’t have time to do this plus you might actually meet people with different coloured skin and find out they aren’t any different than yourselves.

      Don’t invalidate the identities of others to get your anti-white point across. Blacks have genuinely different perspectives, cultures, lives, and stories which I can never entirely relate to because I’m not Black.

      The fact is its all a fraud with you guys. It’s about how can we make a quick buck off of others misery just like bigots like Sharpton.

      Anybody who claims that this kind of work is a money hustle is talking out of his ass. And you need to coordinate with the people who are saying we’re in it exclusively for the attention whoring rather than for the money.

      In order to defame us, you guys can’t accuse us of mutually incompatible things at the same time without confusing your audience. You’re welcome.

    • GregoryR

      Did I strike a wittle nerve poor wittle Matt?
      The fact is you aren’t working class. The fact is you’ve complained of being broke on social media in order to raise money.
      Leeches on the wallets of the ignorant the lot of you.
      And yeah you are attention whores and a pack of cry babies who lament when FB shuts your page down yet delete posts you find offensive or can’t answer to.
      You guys are a bunch of heretics and hustlers the likes I which we haven’t seen since Simon Magnus and you know it.
      You threaten lawsuits when your accused, with cause, of violence or inciting it.
      Ironically I’ll bet your attorney, if you really have one, is a Jew.
      In the end you lot are a bunch of failed D and D kids who were bullied and who’s girlfriends probably dumped them for a black guy.
      Instead of bucking it up and carrying on you instead smoked the Hitler rock creating delusions about Avalon being real and hoping to create your own all white phantasy world based on it.

    • Did I strike a wittle nerve poor wittle Matt?

      I ain’t even mad, bro.

      The fact is you’ve complained of being broke on social media in order to raise money.

      I’ve never made a single personal fundraising appeal. The closest we’ve ever gotten to this was claiming that we’re short of activism funds and need more funds to do more activism.

      You threaten lawsuits when your accused, with cause, of violence or inciting it.

      There’s no cause to accuse us of violence, and the University insisting through its official news outlet that we’re terrorists without any evidence is textbook libel.

    • GregoryR must be one of the lower-paid Jewish trolls.

    • GregoryR

      I’m betting your an expert on that subject.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      “We’re short of activism funds, but not fundraising!”

      “We’re not fundraising, we just need more activism funds!”

    • gavinjamescampbell

      Yes, you’ve hit a nerve. A weak spot he makes no attempt to conceal.

      Which is almost certainly how Parrott came to be WN. Somebody exploited his weaknesses and got him to think what they wanted him to think. Which seems to be the WN way of recruiting.

      And the black nationalist way of recruiting, and the way Zionism got started.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      There’s a photo of eight of them protesting Tim Wise. Eight! Wow! It’s a mass movement.
      Wise, meanwhile, took pity on them and said that it was a demo of 15.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      You beg for donations. That, apparently is your job.

    • >living off of donations

      No, donations do not cover our living expenses. If we relied only on donations you wouldn’t even know about us. Each of us in the project have invested significantly more than we have ever received.

    • GregoryR

      No ones buying it.

    • If you don’t trust us with your donations, then you’re invited to donate to one of the multiple credible and respected groups which are also advocating for white identity.

      No reason to make a big fuss about it.

    • If you’re so sure that “no one is buying it,” then how do you arrive at the idea that we’re living off of people’s donations? #CognitiveDissonance

    • Don’t leave me hanging here, Gregory. This question really needs an answer:

      re: “If you’re so sure that “no one is buying it,” then how do you arrive at the idea that we’re living off of people’s donations? “

    • GregoryR

      I unlike you work and don’t live off others. I’ll get back as soon as I have a free moment.
      #gettreatmentforyourptsd

    • That’s pretty fucking ableist of you, Gregory. Making fun of people for a condition? Isn’t this the part where people like you shout out “check your privilege!”

      If you’re going to do an info dump, then you’d better hurry up and do it because your sauce smells like B.S.

    • GregoryR

      Put a sock in it.
      You may intimidate some people but not me. I’ve dealt with people like you in the past. Without your gun or your gang you’re nothing.
      Anyway it’s pretty common knowledge that you’re crazier than a shithouse rat and need to get treatment. The VA can set you up for that and you should consider it before you become one more vet who slips through the cracks.
      Nothing to dump there.
      We do know about some of the parishes you and Heimbach have been visiting and the names of more than a couple catechumens you and the tubby fuhrer have in a couple parishes. The clergy have been alerted of course which reminds me to do some follow up and see how the prostomenos is handling your buddy Flowers down in Athens.
      I’m pretty sure the parish AHEPA chapter wouldn’t be too pleased knowing he was possibly recieving what’s tantamount to an unrepentant klansmen in to the GOA given how Greeks were treated by your ilk in this country.
      Why don’t you, Heimbach and Parrott do all of us a favour and simply go join the neopagans or Christian identity movement and leave Orthodoxy alone.
      You spend more time with that lot anyway and it’ll be easier for you to join than convincing Antioch to restore you to communion.
      Cheerio bud.

    • Accusing servicemen of being crazy is a pretty low and tired routine.

      You’re about as bad as a vintage Bond villain with your eagerness to lay out your nefarious plan to intimidate the Church into obeying your leftist political agenda. Your shtick will continue working in Masonic Ameridox circles, but global Orthodoxy does not tolerate vindictive political witch hunts in its parishes, and neither does God.

    • GregoryR

      I judge based on behaviour and discussions with others. That has led myself and others to believe Buhls has PTSD and for his own well being seek treatment. I’d be remiss if I didn’t tell him that as there are good programs available to aid him that should be covered by the VA.
      Also military service isn’t a free pass for acting like a nut roll.
      As to political agendas the Church certainly doesn’t tolerate them. That’s why you lot’s sorry asses were shown the door via excommunication.
      The only ones trying to hold the church hostage are you and your cadre of nazis. Fortunately the bar is in place and you’re on the outs.
      When even the likes of Maximos Weimar find you too extreme that says a lot because he’s as traditional as you get with out becoming like Michael Azkhoul.
      Masonry?! Bwahahahaha!!! I think your tin foil hats on too tight I’m no mason and don’t have time for their rubbish. Funny thing is you have more in common rhetorically and behaviourly with Masonic groups like the Orange Order than any one opposed to you.
      Also I’m not a leftist. My politics don’t fit one paradigm. The problem you’re so far to the right that even Hitler looks like a leftist to you.
      Seriously go join the neopagans. You hang out with them enough, employ their symbology and so forth and your views are more inline with theirs.
      Your warped nazi style Christology is foreign to Orthodox thinking just as your ideas on race are foreign to Byzantine thought.
      You were shown the door for a reason and you can’t come back in through any but the one you went out and Antioch isn’t having it. ROCOR might have been able to broker a deal but you lied to Weimar so you skittled that.
      What ever Romanian group you’ve snuggled up to could be in big trouble if you come up as a matter of discussion because they’ve violated canon law if they’re communing you and I don’t think you’ll be able to commune in Athens, GA at all not in a couple parishes in Phoenix or anywhere in the Metropolis of Pittsburgh.
      So seriously go join back up with the neopagans and everyone will be happy. You can keep running your silly little political party, which will win as many elections as the Greens or Libertarians (probably less as no one likes a nazi) and the Church will keep on keeping on. This is really the only sensible option seeing as you are so stuffed neck you refuse to repent and turn away from your current path as was required to be restored to communion (even Weimar expected this as well).
      Well all be a lot happier in the long run.

    • You’re still hiding behind a fake or incomplete name, and you’re still talking out of your ass. Remember that post just a few back where you proudly boasted about using your real name? Stop dodging the question and prove that you are who you claim to be.

    • GregoryR

      My name is Gregory and it’s real. That’s all you need know for now. I’m not using the name of a long dead disgraced author like your peg boy there.

    • >My name is Gregory and it’s real.

      That’s like saying you believe *exactly* 6,000,000 Jews died in the “Holocaust” because, “it was real in my mind.”

    • GregoryR

      I don’t believe that exactly six million died but it’s a pretty fair estimate.
      Like I said in a comment I think you lot deleted my relatives saw those camps with their own eyes. I trust them over a bunch of boneheads, neonazis, klansmen and other deniers, including keyboard warriors such as Parrott and yourself, any day of the week.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      Let’s raise money for Thomas’ trip to Russia, where he can deny the Holocaust. Or even deny that the Germans viewed Russians as racially inferior, and sought to murder as many of them as possible. All to create “liebensraum”or ‘living space’.

    • GavinJamesCampbell

      No such luck, son. If you get anything, you’d be getting one-way plane tickets. With screen captures of your denials and justifications of Nazi atrocities forwarded to the Russian authorities. That way they can wait for you at the airport, and declare you to be persona non grata.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      Vladimir Putin signed a bill into law making illegal to deny or justify Nazi atrocities.
      Maybe the next fundraiser is your all-expenses paid to Russia. You can call Pussy Riot for legal advice.
      http://sputniknews.com/voiceofrussia/2014_05_07/President-Putin-signs-law-criminalizing-nazi-revisionist-tactics-4771/

    • I judge based on behaviour and discussions with others. That has led myself and others to believe Buhls has PTSD and for his own well being seek treatment. I’d be remiss if I didn’t tell him that as there are good programs available to aid him that should be covered by the VA.

      Leftists are always reflexively diagnosing their political opponents with mental illness, and they have no idea how tiresome and predictable they are.

      “You disagree with me on public policy? You’re crazy! You also happen to be a veteran? You’re a PTSD case!”

      Thomas is as sensible as the rest of us (hiccup). If you actually gave a shit, and weren’t a troll fishing around for a vulnerability, then you would have raised the issue privately.

      As to political agendas the Church certainly doesn’t tolerate them.

      We’re not the ones pushing our politics in the Church, and we got along just fine in it for years before an orchestrated leftist political campaign threatened a hysterical boycott and an active internal campaign by the leftist infiltrators.

      Fortunately the bar is in place and you’re on the outs.

      You carry on thinking whatever you want to think about the fate of my eternal soul. One thing I am quite certain of is that I won’t be sent to hell for opposing the venomous and hateful likes of you.

      Masonry?! Bwahahahaha!!! I think your tin foil hats on too tight I’m no mason and don’t have time for their rubbish.

      Time will tell. You can run on for a long time.

      You were shown the door for a reason and you can’t come back in through any but the one you went out and Antioch isn’t having it.

      You’re mistaken, and you’re not my priest. Even if your secular political campaign prevailed, and it won’t, it wouldn’t have the slightest consequence for my faith or my eternal soul.

      What ever Romanian group you’ve snuggled up to could be in big trouble if you come up as a matter of discussion because they’ve violated canon law if they’re communing you and I don’t think you’ll be able to commune in Athens, GA at all not in a couple parishes in Phoenix or anywhere in the Metropolis of Pittsburgh.

      Keep stabbing around all you want. The info floating around in the rumor mill will keep y’all occupied.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      Your political campaign will never prevail. And if it were to, then it amount to an imposition of phyletism on the Church.
      So, imagine if the Church was told to bless abortions and perform same-sex marriages. That the standards of the faith must be violated. That is what you agenda would be tantamount to. All-out imposition of phyletism.

    • GregoryR

      Indeed. And that alone is proof that the charge of phyletism was justified and that the judgement laid down was equally as justified.

    • GregoryR

      I don’t need a rumour mill. We know Heimbach was in Romania and was married there likely in one of the Codreanu worshipping monasteries. I’ve a Romanian friend trying to identify which one based on some photos. There’s also his admission that his confessor is over seas not to mention his tactic admission that his canonicity is fuzzy at best.
      We know you lot think you’re super geniuses but your not.
      You got the boot and the only way to come back in is to repent which means in your case stopping all advocacy (which is a horrid term for what you do) online and in print and to accept that the Church doesn’t believe in racial separation or hierarchies of any kind and to stop saying it does.
      You are really big in rules and tradition but oddly don’t want them to apply to you. Unfirtunately it doesn’t work that way.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      While the Patriarchate of Romania has admitted that it was a terrible mistake for the Church to have endorsed or assisted the Iron Guard. And that admission came after the collapse of communism, and was therefore not co-erced.

      If we apply the Gamaliel test from the Book of Acts to the Iron Guards or the Black Hundreds, we see that neither was a movement of God.

    • GregoryR

      Indeed. The fact that the Patriarch has wisely distanced itself from the Guard seems lost on these blokes. Of course it also is lost on far to many monastics in Romania who still adore them and their founder to the point of idolatry.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      Apparently no-one told Parrott that the Freemasons have a whites only, males only membership. The Klan openly admits to borrowing elements from the Scottish rites of Freemasonry. (Explains a lot about the Orange Lodge.) If anyone should be accused of Freemasonry . . . .

    • GregoryR

      Yes their understanding of it is based in delusional conspiracies not actual fact.
      The Orange Lodge particularly have more in common with Trad Youth than they do with some crazed leftists.
      They’d know that if they traveled there. The Orange Lidge targets immigrants and racial minorities along with Catholics in their speeches on a regular basis and if there is a racially or religiously motivated assault in Glasgow there’s a high probability the perp has links to the Lodge.
      Ironically the party most vocal against the Lodge is the SNP (regardless of what any one thinks of them), who Trad Yourh also don’t understand and misidentify.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      SNP is a solidly socialist party. (Well, maybe a little more social democratic now. They’re more like the Parti Quebecois or the Bloc Quebecois.) While the Orange Lodge have consistently been pro-Britain and pro-Union in both Northern Ireland and Scotland.

    • GregoryR

      Yes indeed. They also poll well in parts of Northern England.
      My personal favourite SNP politician is this fellow. A very good advocate for the working class and the poor based on what I’ve read and seen of him.
      https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humza_Yousaf

    • gavinjamescampbell

      “[Y]our nefarious plan to intimidate the Church into obeying your leftist political agenda.” – This, from someone who was never allowed to finish his catechumenate after he got caught trying to infiltrate the Church with a fascist political agenda!
      I’ve been in the Church for over twenty years and never once had to do a penance.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      “[G]lobal Orthodoxy does not tolerate vindictive political witch hunts in its parishes, and neither does God.”
      Little boy, you should be so lucky that it was only the Antiochian Archdiocese that disciplined you. Any other group, and you would have received much harsher treatment.
      But still, what are trying to say? That neither God nor the Orthodox Church would mind if an Arian or an unrepentant homosexual should approach the chalice? You write like Orthodoxy is Anglicanism!

    • GregoryR

      He’s lucky Met. Philip had reposed. These guys wouldn’t be able to set foot anywhere in canonical orthodoxy by the time he was done.
      As to Arius funny you mention him. Trad Youth espouses a very warped Christology one not supported by the Alexandrian Fathers like Athanasius.
      Oh I wonder if they know St. Athanasius was described by a contemporary as being very dark skinned.
      I wonder how that works with their phantasy of a segregated Church and heaven.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      Yes, every crucial doctrine of Orthodoxy has it’s origins with theologians from Egypt or what is now the Middle East. It is not a European religion. It’s an Asian religion transplanted into Europe.

    • GregoryR

      Indeed. I once had a book called The World Christian Movement. Christianity is indeed an “oriental” religion transported to Europe.

    • Christianity isn’t oriental or african or middle eastern or european or whatever.

      Christianity is for all God’s children, regardless of race or national identity. While some nations and places may have more or less history with the Faith, all nations are equal in God’s eyes.

    • GregoryR

      Then why preach separatism? Your corpus of blogs is counter to what you just wrote. You can’t have racial hierarchies as you’ve espoused them and have any sort of notion of equality.
      And as a matter of development Christianity owes much more to Eastern sources (ie oriental) and Africa for the development of its doctrines than it does Western Europe.

    • Then why preach separatism? Your corpus of blogs is counter to what you just wrote.

      You’re too blinded by presumption, hatred, pride, and ignorance to even understand what we’re saying, much less arrive at a coherent theological response to it.

      The best way to explain it is as follows: I believe that all children are equally precious in god’s eyes. I believe there are children who are more intelligent, stronger, or whatever than my children. That doesn’t matter to me. But only my chldren permanently belong in my home, because they are mine.

      My ethnicity is my extended family, and my relationship with other ethnicities is analogous with my relationship with other peoples’ children.

      You can’t have racial hierarchies as you’ve espoused them and have any sort of notion of equality.

      We explicitly denounce racial hierarchy, and none of us have said anything close to an endorsement of racial hierarchy for years.

      And as a matter of development Christianity owes much more to Eastern sources (ie oriental) and Africa for the development of its doctrines than it does Western Europe.

      The fact that you think I care says more about your misperceptions than your statement says about Christianity. Christianity is not [insert identity] thing. Period. And to insist that Christian is somehow a less European thing than an Asiatic or African thing is just as against the catholicity of the Faith as what you falsely accuse me of believing.

    • GregoryR

      You clearly lack an understanding of what is meant when the term oriental is used in this case. You also clearly don’t understand the importance of Alexandria in the development of doctrine
      As to pride pull the more out of your own eye young Quilsing. You’ve more than enough of that to go around.
      You indeed espouse racial separetism and hierarchies. Your corpus of posts degrading blacks (particularly) and celebrating your own race are proof as is your association with groups like the IKA, Camp Comradery and the LOS.
      You’ve a serious problem with lying about what it is you truely believe but one thing is clear. What you believe isn’t Orthodox.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      And, in the icons, the basic skin tone for an icon of Christ, is either a chestnut brown or an olive-brown. The Incarnate God of Orthodoxy is not a white man!

    • GregoryR

      He is if you subscribe to the heresy of Christian Identity though which again begs the question of who do Trad Youth worship? Christ or an idol based on the accident of their skin colour?

    • None of us dispute that Orthodoxy is a multiracial religion, and none of us care about or think it matters exactly what race Christ happened to be.

    • GregoryR

      Bullshit.
      Heimbach himself has stated that people should worship in churches populated by people of their own skin colour. I’ll not get into the “spiritual pollution” Manichee crap one of you spewed on FB about worshipping or otherwise mingling with other races.
      Your white power habit might be as expensive as a white powder habit, as you put it, but your and his track record of interviews and comments, which like Dugin are inconsistent and targeted to your current audience, is far more expensive where an appearance of honesty is concerned.

    • Heimbach himself has stated that people should worship in churches populated by people of their own skin colour.

      Yes. He stated that before he was a catechumen in the Orthodox Church.

      I’ll not get into the “spiritual pollution” Manichee crap one of you spewed on FB about worshipping or otherwise mingling with other races.

      Huh?

      your and his track record of interviews and comments, which like Dugin are inconsistent and targeted to your current audience, is far more expensive where an appearance of honesty is concerned.

      If our track record is allegedly so damning, then why y’all gotta paraphrase our positions instead of pasting and linking them?

    • GregoryR

      Largely because “y’all” have a habit of deleting threads or blocking those who disagree with you on FB. But I suppose if I’m motivated enough I could find a few things I’ve got archived so you lot couldn’t tos them down the memory hole.
      Oh and your peg boy stated he was Orthodox when he called for separate churches.

      “As an Orthodox Christian I believe in the separation of races into ethnically based Church’s. That is why even in Orthodoxy there is for instance a Greek, Russian, Romanian, Serbian, etc. Orthodox Church. Regional and racial identity is a fundamental principle of Christianity, must to the dismay of Leftists. I believe black Christians should be in their black Church’s, with black priests, having black kids, going to black Christian schools, etc.”
      http://www.occidentaldissent.com/2013/07/13/matthew-heimbach-at-american-freedom-conference/

      Care to keep digging the hole or are you going to do the right thing and join the neopagans where you and your “kin” belong?

    • Oh, so you really don’t have anything to share and you really are full of it. That’s about what I expected.

    • EricStriker

      Fuck anti-white, anti-Greek, Jew-fellating neo-conservative AHEPA. Heimbach has excellent relations with Greeks, the real Greeks of Golden Dawn.

    • GregoryR

      We are far more aware of your doings then you are remotely aware that should cover it for now.

    • Ezra Pound

      Lol. I think you’re a lampshade looking for a place to happen, Gregory.

    • GregoryR

      Says the guy using a fake name. I use my real name bud. Why is it most of you fascists have to use pseudonyms? If you’re views are right what do you have to hide from?

    • Ezra Pound

      You know I was only joking about the #lampshade thing, right? The gas chambers were a hoax – the hoax of the 20th century.

    • GavinJamesCampbell
    • Ezra Pound

      Of course. Modern nations, especially ones as big as the Russian Federation, are not Japanese sedans that can be wheeled on a dime. The entire soviet government was legitimized by the holocaust myth so it’s not like the Russian authorities could say, “oh by the way, we were lying about the whole gas chamber thing. That’s what we did back then as communists.” That’s retarded. When you foster a nation on a particular myth (e.g., the myth of the pure evil of NSDAP Germany), you can’t simply revise that myth at will. National myths take on lives of their own. It would be nice to see Russia slowly start to break shell of myths surrounding World War 2, but I won’t hold my breath. But the point it, this is to be expected given the nature of politics, history and nationalism.

    • GavinJamesCampbell

      These are not myths. They are far too well documented and archived to be denied as fact.

    • Ezra Pound

      There has never been a single piece of documentation showing that there was ever a plan to exterminate Europe’s Jews. No such document exists and if it did, it would be the holy grail of the Holocaust Faith (it’s a religion, you know.) The “Final Solution” was the Havaara Transfer agreement. Look it up.

    • GavinJamesCampbell

      Meanwhile, The Soviet Government was not legitimised on a Holocaust. For the simple fact that it is not a myth, it is historical fact. And also owing to the fact that the USSR existed before the gas chambers and the death camps were constructed. As well as the fact that they tried to avoid war with Germany.

    • Ezra Pound

      The “6 million” number was always based on the presupposition that 4 million Jews died in Auschwitz alone. But subsequent history (and judicial decisions) have shown that at most 1.2 million Jews died in Auschwitz – no more – and lilkely even less than that. So putting the “gas chamber” question on hold for a moment, do you still cling (religiously) to the 6 million number even though mainstream history now acknowledges that the number was half of that, at most? If the 6 mil was based on 4 mil at Auschwitz, and Auschwitz only had 1.2 mil (as everyone now admits, including the plaque outside the Auschwitz compound), are you willing to admit that only 3 million Jews, at most, died in the so-called Holocaust? If not, why not and where do you get the extra 3 million?

    • If you’re going to brag about “using your full name” then you’d better use both your first and last name and give us a way to verify who you claim to be.

  • EricStriker

    GregoryR, are you a Jew pretending to be a Christian because you poured some holy water over your head? You give off that vibe with your hateful, guile filled posts tailored to sabotage a legitimate nationalist project.

    Both Heimbach and Parrott I know personally and they both live extremely bare bones existence.

    Don’t know where you get that you have to have low-intelligence or be completely unskilled to be part of the working class, that is what trust fund babies and small-business owning race-traitors that hire illegal immigrants always seem to think. Working class are all people working hard to make someone else richer. I bet you’re a cuckservative as well.

  • James McFarley

    Well that clears up the meaning of the logo. Thanks Mr. Heimbach. You creating merch outta this on Zazzle or something?

  • Fr. John+

    Gents- I get the symbolism. Perhaps the pitchfork needn’t have those triangular barbs on the tine’s ends, and maybe it could be pointing down, rather than up? Someone said it looked quite clearly demonic, and I felt much the same way. Just sayin’…

    • Downward striking bolts resemble the popular antifa motif. So, can’t be downward bolts.

    • Fr. John+

      the pitchfork grounded in the earth, and given a three-dimensionality, rather than an outline, then.

    • Can’t be antifa when you are clearly fascist bigots.

    • gavinjamescampbell

      For once you have made an intelligent, insightful comment.
      The pitchfork does indeed show the demonic, satanic nature of this group.

    • Fr. John+

      As if a sodomite could tell good from evil. Well, I’m sure you recognize the symbol of your Lord and Master…

  • Shotgun

    …and thus we see the need for comment regulation.

    • It just stings me when they accuse me of “censoring” them when I start throttling their infinite cascades of repetitive bullshit, even when they’re clearly, objectively, flooding the platform.

      They’re spewing too much to even keep track of it, and I’m moderating this place until it calms down and constructive dialogue is possible again.

  • djmz2069

    Absolute, Nazi. This is a full on Satanic group.

Traditionalist Worker Party

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