It’s easy to forget how many fronts there are in this struggle. To win, we must win in the street. We must win in the realm of social media. We must win in our private lives. We must win in the institutional political arena. We must win in the geopolitical context. We must also win in the legal system. Our enemies are arrayed against us in full spectrum warfare and we must fight to win on every front.
We’ve been remarkably successful despite our logistical Achille’s Heel: the fact that we’re pretty much broke. We car pool, couch surf, cut corners, and live frugally to make this all work. Through intensive networking, relying heavily on allies, and leveraging the deep pool of talent and effort that our members and supporters bring to bear, we’ve achieved a five star operation on a Dollar Menu budget. And we’re just getting started. TradWorker is the Ron Popeil of anti-globalist action: But wait, …there’s more!
But we’ve unfortunately found ourselves in a situation that actually requires real money. Nearly six months ago, Heimbach attended a Donald Trump rally in Louisville and joined the rest of the crowd in expelling the violent “Black Lives Matter” protesters who had knocked over several elderly people and attempted to incite a riot from the venue. While they claim that Heimbach “assaulted” multiple people in their civil lawsuit, most of them White, they allege that he targeted the Black protester he helped the crowd eject from the venue for the color of her skin.
It’s all bullshit, but that’s beside the point. It’s lawfare. Their goal is to pretend that his alleged removal of the trespasser was “assault,” then enhance that conviction any way they can. They know that our legal system is biased against nationalists and that merely getting him entangled in it is half the battle, regardless of the merit of their case.
The Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas is already on the case, and has already uncovered the systemic bias we’re up against.
On July 23, 2016, the Foundation for the Marketplace of Ideas, Inc., demanded from the Louisville Metro Police Department records concerning the criminal charge. On July 27, 2016, the police department’s incident/investigation report—which was redacted in part—was provided to FMI.
Noteworthy about the report is that it alleges that Heimbach was motivated by “anti-black” bias during a “political rally” on behalf of a “hate group”: “Traditionalist Worker.” Nowhere is it stated how the police determine what constitutes a “hate group” or who or which organization informed the police that said organization is a “hate group.”
Already, our FEC registered political party is being characterized as a “hate group” under the nonsensical fiction that the SPLC’s arbitrary determination is some sort of legitimate and relevant legal classification.
Noteworthy about FMI’s demand for records is that FMI requested in pertinent part “Any and all correspondence received from or sent to any person or organization concerning the incident or Mr. Heimbach[.]” The police department objected to this request on the basis that the release of such correspondence “could result in prejudice to the potential witnesses and has the potential to adversely color witness recollection of the events.”
Being that the criminal charges were filed almost five entire months after the incident and since the police did not deny the existence of correspondence involving third-parties but instead refused to provide it, it is entirely possible—if not likely—that leftists contacted the police and/or prosecutor to encourage them to prosecute Heimbach for politically vindictive reasons.
These folks are clumsy, their case is flimsy, and we will most certainly win this as long as we have the resources to put up a coherent legal defense.What most likely happened is that big money from one of the major lawfare groups, perhaps the SPLC, arrived late. So now they’re trying to trudge forward as best they can with a really sloppy and transparently biased case. Even their most “innovative” (read: unconstitutional) legal strategies are going to make it difficult to make lemonade out of this lemon of a non-case they’ve got to work with.
That’s where you come in. If you can help us fight this case, you can help us get back to what we’re good at…fighting globalism, degeneracy, and anti-white policies. Your generous check or anonymous money order will go directly to mounting an effective legal defense of our chairman. Whatever you can offer will make a difference. We’ve saved up some of our own money, but it’s simply not enough. In the unlikely event that we receive more than the attorney requires, the additional funds will be invested in TradWorker’s ambitious activist schedule. Be sure to print “Legal Defense” on the memorandum line.
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