On Saturday, April 30th, the Traditionalist Worker Party’s Mid-Atlantic chapter had its first official meeting in Northeast Philadelphia, and I am happy to report to you all that it was a resounding success.
In attendance were a wide array of folks from all over the Mid-Atlantic’s cities, suburbs, and quaint rural pockets, as well as other parts of the country. We were even lucky to have a fellow nationalist from Australia who happened to be staying not so far away and took the time to grace us with his presence. And, as always, our ever loyal friends and comrades in Keystone United came out to show their support.
Party aims for the Spring and Summer seasons were heavily touched upon, naturally, but the main focus was something we can all participate in – street activism and community organizing. I made it a point to stress these two very imperative actions in my speech because I wanted the white working-class of this historic region, their historic region, to know that they are not alone in their collective exhaustion and that they can participate in leading by example to secure an atmosphere where their traditions, morals, and family values are staunchly upheld. That is why one of our primary goals for this season is to form street teams to go out into the working-class communities where we were born and bred and allow our people to get to know us. Distributing leaflets, pamphlets, and fliers is on the agenda, but it is not enough. We cannot run our candidates in upcoming local races without the genuine backing of our people.
Compounding these points of neighborhood-level activism and participation was my good friend of The Barnes Review and The Orthodox Nationalist podcast, Dr. Matthew Rafael Johnson, whose fantastic speech touched on where we, as a people, and a nation, are headed in this era and what we can do to become directly involved in our communities. In illustrating this, Dr. Johnson drew on some of his own personal experiences as well, namely, his recollection of the fall of the former Soviet Union and how it shaped his worldview.
Our good friend Steve Smith was also invited to briefly speak about his recent reelection win for Luzerne County Committeeman, which we were all very excited to hear! Steve serves as an outstanding example of what it means to get actively involved in our communities and take them back for ourselves, for we, ourselves, are the only ones who have any real power to do this. We cannot expect the usual corrupt scoundrels who have sold us down the river time and time again to do it for us.
This Spring and Summer, we invite and encourage everyone to get involved and help us restore within our communities the tenets of faith, the true meaning of family, and the historic values of our folk
We are here for you, we are growing, and we are here to stay. Join us today!