At the outbreak of the American Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln famously declared, “I hope to have God on my side, but I must have Kentucky.” The Midwest and especially rural Appalachia have become a flashpoint recently on account of Trump’s campaign vaulting itself into the White House in large part on reaching out to a White working class which the political class had a gentleman’s agreement to ignore.
Once again, Kentucky finds herself hanging in the balance of a nation tearing itself apart. This time, the forces of globalism which dominate state and national politics are fighting desperately against a popular uprising of working families who see through their lies. They are looking for authentic representation and support. We don’t have anywhere near the support of the majority of Kentuckians, but we do have enough support to warrant a panicked series of attacks on our party and its outreach initiatives.
Dr. Joseph Goebbels once wrote “If someone is attacked by the Jews, that is a sure sign of his virtue. He who is not persecuted by the Jews, or who is praised by them, is useless and dangerous.” In the American context, the Jews like to hide behind their various minions whenever possible: the degenerate left and the their “cuckservative” controlled opposition. Being attacked by these forces should be considered an endorsement of the highest regard, because when the forces of Organized Jewry are set on the warpath, it means that you are onto something.
The government of the Commonwealth of Kentucky is up in arms about what is happening in their state. They’re not horrified about child poverty, the rampant drug epidemic, high unemployment, stagnant wages, mountaintop removal, poisoned tap water, or local corruption. None of those are urgent concerns. What’s urgent is that the Nationalist Front is planning a conference, parade, and charity project in Pikeville in a few weeks.
White Nationalists in the Traditionalist Worker Party, the National Socialist Movement, the League of the South, American Vanguard, and several other organizations are coming to town for the purpose of donating food to a local food pantry and raising money for local charities; while having a conference on ideology, sustainable living, and activism strategies.
This is just too much for Kentucky’s politicians.
These political hacks have abandoned East Kentucky for generations, coming out every few years to garner votes and make empty promises; but at the end of the day they have ignored the cries of hungry children, the suffering elderly population, and families who don’t see a future in the land their ancestors settled and built.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has condemned the upcoming rally and the Traditionalist Worker Party, stating that he “totally opposes” our mission. That is the best endorsement I think we could have received. Senator McConnell has the lowest home state approval rating of any Senator, so by him condemning us, he basically is condemning anyone who actually wants to help his constituents, who hate him with a passion.
Senator McConnell has no problems voting for the sons of Kentucky to be sent off to die in Jewish wars or to give massive support for Wall Street, but that’s par for the course for most GOP politicians. Just look at a few votes that Senator McConnell has weighed in on.
- Voted NO on repealing tax subsidy for companies which move US jobs offshore
- Voted NO on including oil & gas smokestacks in mercury regulations
- In 1985 he led the anti-apartheid bill through Senate
- Voted NO on limiting NATO expansion to only Poland, Hungary & Czech
- In 1994 he firmly supported NAFTA and GATT
- Voted YES on Congressional pay raise
- Voted YES on establishing a Guest Worker program
- Voted YES on allowing more foreign workers into the US for farm work
- Voted YES on authorizing airstrikes in Kosovo
- And voted to move the US Embassy to Jerusalem
Given the views of the vast majority of Kentuckians, I am not sure how much Mitch McConnell knows about “Kentucky values.” After the election, McConnell said “I didn’t think President[-elect] Trump had a chance of winning.”, when of course he represented a state that Trump carried by over 12 points.
Donald Trump, who won Pike county by over 80% and the national election by 36 Electoral College votes, was expected to be dropped “like a hot rock” by Senator McConnell. McConnell also greenlit Republican Senate candidates to “run ads against Trump” during the election. How out of touch does one have to be with the citizens of your state, and the overall public feeling to be solidly supporting the Democrats in the year of the Trump Train?
McConnell supports more cheap third world labor, bombing nations around the world, sending millions of jobs overseas with crony capitalist “free trade” agreements, and allowing energy corporations to poison his constituents with mercury and other cancer causing materials.
Mitch McConnell also supports spying on his constituents and all Americans with his vocal support for the Patriot Act, saying that “the law protects national security” and he accused Senator Rand Paul and others who opposed the Patriot Act of running “a campaign of demagoguery and disinformation.”
Senator McConnell has done nothing in his time in the Senate other than be a tool of the International Jew and Wall Street, leaving his constituents by the wayside. While he’s consistently opposed bringing money to his state, he’s never missed an opportunity to bring money into his own pockets. He voted for pay increases, despite being the 10th wealthiest Senator.
McConnell’s condemnation is a badge of honor for the Traditionalist Worker Party and our movement in general. The list of politicians opposed to us continue with Democratic State Senator Ray Jones II. Senator Jones has led the fight in the Kentucky Senate to pass a proclamation condemning our charity event and saying in an interview “we’re not gonna accept this in our community.”
Senator Jones is now pushing forward to rename two streets in Pikeville for World War II veterans, to honor the men who in his words were fighting to oppose the “Nazi nemesis.” I wonder what Senator Jones would say if he talked to the men who actually lost their lives in that tragic and horrific war.
In 1944; the year these two men were killed, Kentucky had laws on the books banning interracial marriage, interracial adoption, and had over forty Jim Crow style laws passed in its history.
Some of these laws included requiring separate coaches for white and African American passengers. All schools were required to be racially segregated. There were separate but equal accommodations for Whites and Blacks provided in nursing homes. No person or businesses was allowed to rent an apartment in an apartment complex or other housing buildings to a person who differs in race from the other occupants.
That’s a sampling of the politics of the Kentuckians who fought in WWII.
I find it hard to believe that these men were fighting and dying for the progressive multicultural agenda. More than likely, if these men could see what their victory would entail, they would have put down their weapons or joined the German side. Regardless, Senator Jones by his rhetoric would hate the majority of Kentuckians throughout history due to their views on race.
Senator Jones has voted to establish marriage licenses for gay couples, in a state where only 33% of the State supports homosexual marriage, and has voted to increase taxes on Kentucky residents on multiple occasions.
One of the counter demonstrations will now include “Holocaust survivor” John Rosenberg as the keynote speaker.
Mr. Rosenberg says that in 1938 he was “moved to an internment camp in Holland for a year” according to his entry in Kentucky’s Everyday Heroes. I find it odd that he was moved into an internment camp in that year, because Germany didn’t enter the Low Countries until May of 1940.
To be placed into an “internment camp” in a sovereign nation other than Germany, and then claiming to have taken the “the last boat bound for the United States” in 1939, when Germany permitted emigration from the Reich until November 1941 and there still was significant time between Mr. Rosenberg’s alleged time of being released from said camp and the declaration of war; I find highly suspect.
Rosenberg “working under mentor John Doar, was part of the team that prosecuted the murderers of three civil rights workers in the noted U.S. v. Price case in 1967… From 1962 to 1970, Rosenberg was involved in voting rights, school desegregation, public accommodations, and employment discrimination cases largely in the South. In a time when core values were challenged, and needed to be—often against bitterly hostile resistance—John Rosenberg was positioned squarely in the dynamics of fundamental civil rights change in America.”
From Holocaust “survivor”, which as a title I find odd, considering he wasn’t even in Europe during the alleged Holocaust; to a civil rights agitator; Mr. Rosenberg is the epitome of the Jews that came to America to undermine her from the inside out.
Failed US Senate candidate and current Kentucky Secretary of State, Alison Case Lundergan Grimes, declared on her Twitter account that “This kind of hate is not welcome in Kentucky & should not exist in America” in reference to our charity event. Grimes must have her hands full though, making sure that the unborn can be killed at any age. Grimes publicly supports all forms of abortion, stating she is “pro-choice down the line on abortion” and opposes efforts to prohibit abortion after 20 weeks.
Kentucky Secretary of State Grimes also is a massive supporter of immigration, opposes the creation of a border wall, supports amnesty, and stands against the Trump travel ban.
Grimes Tweeted “#NoBanNoWall” on several occasions, tweeting, “Say it loud, say it clear: Immigrants are welcome here!”, is a feminist who loves saying that “the future is female” (I thought she was supposed to represent all Kentuckians) and actively supported the “Women’s March” that called for late-term abortion as one of its demands, and supports restoring voting rights to felons,because what convicted drug dealer doesn’t deserve a chance to vote in Kentucky?
Grimes campaign staff and local Democratic operatives were discovered in 2014 admitting that Grimes was lying to the people of Kentucky. While Grimes said that she supported the coal miners of Kentucky, the truth is that her campaign staff all admitted that she was lying on released undercover videos.
One such individual, Warren County Democrat Juanita Rodriguez said “politics is a game. You do what you have to do.. It’s a lying game unfortunately…She’s gonna say whatever she has to say or do. And that’s the way the political game is played.”
In these videos the undercover videographer asked, “If we can get her elected do you think she is going to do the right thing and she’s gonna try to wipe out that coal industry and go for better resources?”
To which Fayette County Democratic Party operative Gina Bess replied “I absolutely think she is.”
Alison Lundergan Grimes supports open borders, the most radical pro-abortion stances, and has her own campaign staff admitting that she is a liar to the families in poverty stricken East Kentucky coal country. Another politician, putting herself above the interests and the views of her constituents.
The forces assembled against our upcoming charity event are the sort of foes that we want to have. These are the career politicians, the hucksters, and the profiteers who for too long have been tolerated as the representatives of the people.
Our upcoming event in Pikeville will bring nationalists together to show that we are the only ones who truly have a vested interested in the future of the communities and families of East Kentucky. While we chose Pikeville in part because of (discreet) local support, we’re confident that we’re developing a track record of humble service and support for working families which can prove that the Beltway and Frankfort insiders are the ones who should be unanimously denounced.