by Robert Ransdell
On June 11, 2012 concerned citizens ignored the media's attempt to intimidate them from attending a meeting called to discuss truth and reality, real issues and incidents that have been a direct result of third world immigration into a northern Kentucky town and the region and country in general. The following is my account of events that took place right before and during the one hour and thirty minute meeting.
I arrived about 20 minutes before the 7pm scheduled start of the meeting and found that a police car and a group of protesters were present in front of the library. I walked by them and made my way into the library, after all this meeting was for people who share the concerns that I do about the effect that third world immigrants are having on the community and not for people who are determined to ignore the real incidents that have taken place that contradict what the media, schools, and government has told them about diversity being a "strength" and multiculturalism being positive for the country.
I have to be honest, I was a little concerned that the media blow-up over the meeting was going to scare people who agreed with the message of the flyers promoting the event and make it to where no one would even show up. Several supporters of the local unit of the National Alliance here had made the decision to not show up as they intended because of the possibility of being on TV later. Upon entering the meeting room I was surprised to see that four supporters had already arrived and were seated with a newspaper reporter who had also arrived before I had.
After a number of hearty handshakes with the supporters who had already arrived I informed the reporter that I would be happy to speak with him but that the room would be closed to the media at 7pm so the meeting could proceed as scheduled. He brought up the "uproar" that had followed our flyer distribution promoting the meeting and I plainly replied by asking if one lady and her daughter complaining about the flyers could be considered an uproar? I went on to say that it would be interesting to see how many people would show up and that any who did would have to deal with the fact they might be considered one of the trusty smear words that were trotted out the week prior for attending the meeting.
I told the reporter that all of the media's condemnation of this simple meeting that was called to talk about real issues went a long way to show how much fear the anti-White media and government have, how much they are afraid of the idea that a group of people would show up to a meeting such as this and agree with the message contained in the flyers they received, that they would be willing to meet and proclaim that they also disagree with the idea that diversity and multiculturalism is good for America and the community here. I proclaimed that the anti-White establishment itself knows deep down that their entire existence is built like a house of cards, that it is built on fantasies and lies, and that they fear that one person or that one organization that might blow on that house too hard and send it crashing down.
I stated my belief that the media in this country truly believes that if they hide,censor, or downplay incidents of non-White on White crime that the incidents just didn't happen or never occured. I said that I believed that the media thinks there simply is no dissent if they ban and edit out comments on TV and newspaper websites that take issue with the estalishment line on diversity and multiculturalism, they really believe that no one thinks differently because they can control dissent through censorship. I then explained that even though the light is not shined on problems that have resulted from diversity and multiculturalism, like non-White on White crime, that many White people still know it is happening, they know the truth about what is happening and how they are being lied to by the media and government. They know it because it is happening to them, to their families and friends, they don't need to see FBI statistics that prove it, I said, they already know it.
About this time a TV news reporter and cameraman entered. I informed him he was invited to stay but only until 7pm. Days before the meeting I had a conversation with one of the National Alliance's most stalwart members about what a German nationalist had once wrote about conducting meetings, about how it was essential to have order and conduct things accordingly so to show our people that we have the ability to conduct ourselves as professionals. I think this was successfully achieved on this occasion.
I explained that millions of White people out there are sick and tired of the hypocrisy on the part of the media, when Barack Obama can get 99% percent of the Black vote that it is called "solidarity" by the media, that when Latinos support and vote in large numbers for a Latino politician they call that unity, but that when someone like myself takes a stand for White people and their interests, or even suggests that we have ethnic interests, that I am labeled a supremist or a racist. I told both reporters that many members of the White public see that while they label minority leaders as "civil rights leaders" or "advocates for their communities" that I am called a hater for asserting that my people, White people, have ethnic interests that should be considered as other groups interests are in this nation.
A few other ideas and thoughts of mine were shared such as the comment that was aired on the local news broadcast that is already posted on this website. After the media representatives were excused we began our meeting.
I was very happy with the quality of people who attended and believe that they were a very diverse group of White people who gathered to discuss issues that never get discussed when the media stages their "conversations about race", you know the ones where no White person who actually cares about the interests of their people are on the panel.
With some attendees arriving after the start of the meeting I ended up having 8 exceptional people join me on this evening. Some who attended were very obviously people who had clearly recognized the anti-White nature of the establishment and were not afraid to show it. Some people, including themselves, call them skinheads, but I was very happy to discover that the skins that were present at the meeting were not the media stereotype of what it wants the public to think when they hear the word "skinhead" rather they had the spirit and make-up of those in the British working class who formed the movement decades ago. These good people were not drug abusers or drunks, rather they were very well spoken intelligent people who had alot of interesting things to add to the conversation. One was a army veteran, one was a truck driver along with a young pretty White female who attended the meeting with her boyfriend.
Later on two fellows showed up that were happy to join a meeting that shared concerns they had about the direction of this country and how that direction was not in anyway good for people of European decent. Two other individuals made their way to the meeting later, one of these being a very intelligent country boy in his 60's as well as another fellow who later after the meeting described himself as a "fence sitter". We were glad that he decided to show up unlike many like him who were too timid to share their feelings for fear of media smears.
The meeting was a truly positive experiance for me and I believe for all who attended. One attendee would make a statement and share some ideas and feelings about the state of affairs in this country and as soon as they concluded their thoughts someone else would pick up where they left off. We discussed current events and past events that had taken place both locally and nationally and internationally that were relevant to our situation as a people. We discussed several ways in which we as a people could act in order to reach out to the White public in a positive way and how we could use the political process to bring attention to relevant issues that concern the future of our people and nation.
Some, including the newspaper reporter who attended, might consider the turnout to be small but I was absolutly pleased with the people who chose to ignore the smears and attend the meeting. These were eight people I had never met before who chose to come out because I made an appeal to the public and they shared the concerns I have about what is happening in this community and country. I made it clear at the conclusion of the meeting that all who were in attendance were really exceptional people who had the spirit and the courage that is going to be needed to bring fundemental change in this country. I told them to go home later and think about how many people who knew about the meeting either through the flyers or the media, that see the same things we do and have the same concerns we do about them but for whatever reason chose that now was not the time to join a group of like-minded people to discuss these matters, for this reason the people present for this meeting were regular citizens who have an exceptional strength of character and who have the ability to think for themselves. It was a pleasure to be present with all of them on this occasion.
The group promised to keep in touch in the future and I made sure attendees had my contact information and urged them to contact me within the next month as I am planning on having a monthly event at the library where I will present Resistance TV at the Boone County Library which will be an hour long collection of the best pro-White online videos that is an offshoot of our local public access TV program Resistance TV.
Hopefully the local media and brainwashed lemmings will realize that a meeting of this nature can take place and it will not result in a meteor then slamming into the Earth. They may not see it or want to admit it, but the day is approaching where the White public is going to stand against the idea that simply advocating for the interests of White people is evil or hateful and that the people who are truly the "haters" are those enemies of our people who insist that we don't have the same ethnic interests as non-White people.
A thank you and congratulations to all who attended and who shared messages of support over the last week.