Over the weekend of March 3 & 4, the Sacramento unit of the National Alliance met with hundreds of visitors at it's attractive display at a major gun show in the city. At times, there were small crowds of people all eager to see what we were promoting and to talk with the friendly staff about issues concerning White Americans.
We were pleased to meet with so many people and were especially gratified to talk with so many young and family people. A few of the young folk met with local Alliance members earlier in the week on February 27 at an ad-hoc committee sponsored demonstration against White genocide in South Africa and came looking for us to find out more about our organization.
During the weekend our display was positioned very close to a couple young college students representing Youth for Ron Paul. They were there to promote their candidate. It was surprising to notice that while we had lots of visitors, supporters and well-wishers at our display, there seemed to be few people stopping by the Ron Paul table. If there had been an "election" at this event represented by visitors to the respective displays, each friendly visitor being a vote, we would won hands down. It was so gratifying to know that the message of the National Alliance struck a chord with many more people than Mr. Paul in this microcosm. The young men at the Ron Paul table were very pleasant and we prepared them each packages of information about the National Alliance.
This show was a demonstration that the race saving message of the National Alliance speaks to the hearts of the people much more so than the positions of the libertarian-conservative candidate. The Ron Paul campaign will be over and forgotten about within a number of months from now but the National Alliance will continue soldiering on as it has since 1970. The message of Ron Paul pales in comparison to the message of National Alliance founder Dr. William Pierce.
To listen to an large selection of Dr. Pierce's broadcasts and speeches ( many presented with professional video) as well as to learn more about the National Alliance and the dynamic local Sacramento chapter go