Earlier this month, our rapidly growing TradWorker chapter in Texas helped organize a demo in response to the sniper slayings of several officers in Dallas. Our message was a simple and direct response to the Black Lives Matter thugs, affirming that our lives matter, too. The Aryan Renaissance Society (ARS) joined us in delivering the message. We chanted, “Hate crime one! Hate crime all! Equal justice under law!” as well as “Blue Lives Matter!” and “White Lives Matter!”
As expected, several Blacks who heard our message turned violent. Rocks were thrown at us, though luckily none of us were injured by them. At one point, one of our women had a smartphone knocked out of her hand. Both the phone and the courageous woman who joined us are fine. We arrived legally armed and prepared to fight to stand our ground if necessary, but the police who showed up and the firearms we open carried dissuaded the thugs from trying their luck.
The blacks “counter-protesting” had nothing intelligent to say whatsoever, they just shouted random obscenities like “I’ll fuck yo momma!” and “Stupid cracka!” etc. We chanted throughout the protest that the Black Lives Matter movement should be labeled a domestic terrorist organization, since they are targeting and killing white people, including white police officers. One of our main aims was to expose the double standard we have in America regarding race, specifically hate crime laws.
While the response in the diverse downtown was mostly negative, even there we received some handshakes, thumbs up, and brief conversations with passersby confirming their support. The social media and comments on the media’s hit pieces were overwhelmingly favorable, confirming that the majority of people see right through the media bias and support our strong and explicit stand against the hateful radicals tearing our cities apart and targeting the officers attempting to restore order with violence and death.
After a few hours, we packed up our signs and flags then shook hands with and thanked some of the members of the Dallas PD and media. We were honored to join White Americans from coast to coast who are taking a stand against Obama’s resentful anti-White demagoguery. We were proud to honor the lives of the law enforcement officers who are the thin blue line between our families and violent crime. We plan for more action and fellowship in the near future. If you’re in Texas, join TradWorker or contact the site to learn how you can join us in our battle for faith, family, and folk.