Unfortunately, I didn’t know beforehand about the Jan. 31 public event in which Anti-Defamation League representative Nancy Baron-Baer was giving a presentation on so-called “hate” groups. If I had known, I would have been there to refute the rhetoric of the ADL.
Ms. Baron-Baer’s attempt to demonize Keystone United as a “hate group” is very hypocritical considering the activities of the ADL. You can read about the ADL at this Internet address: www2.davidduke.com/adl/index.html
Keystone United is an organization that is committed to defending our European-American culture and heritage. Our positions on racial issues are backed up with facts and logic.
If Nancy Baron-Baer or any other ADL representative wishes to debate me publicly, I’m not hard to find.
On November 14, 2009 , several members of the North Eastern PA Chapter of Keystone United attended a local Tea Party Against Amnesty. This event was hosted by Voice of the People USA, in Hazleton, PA. This small city gained national recognition in 2006 when the mayor Lou Barletta tried to pass the Illegal Immigration Relief Act, which levied fines against employers that hired illegal aliens and landlords who had given them residency within the city as well.
The event started at 2:00pm in front of City Hall. We arrived there approximately at 1:45 to be surprised to see no one was there. As time moved on we were joined by two ladies who drove out of their way to make it to this event. The women were very disappointed to see only 4 people there when they arrived, but they were glad to see such young faces being active in a pro-American cause.
With six people being in attendance at the beginning of the event, Keystone United’s regional director of NEPA , Steve Smith, had an opportunity to do an interview for a local TV channel in Hazleton, which seemed to turn out well. Off the record, the reporter and the cameraman admitted to being on the same side as the Tea Party . Unfortunately, none of us were able to see the outcome of the interview due to the fact that we didn’t receive the channel back in our area. (more…)
On television, and on billboards when driving down the streets of Los Angeles, the “hype” promoting the movie Invictus has become almost omnipresent.
This is a major production, sure to be favorited for the Oscars. In fact, the actors in the film are some of the best liked in the business, including Hollywood superstars Morgan Freeman and Matt Damon. To top it off, the producer and director is none other than Clint Eastwood, the man who has enjoyed a conservative political image for years.
The film, as most of the world’s press and media have done over the past two decades, portrays Nelson Mandela as a benevolent leader, not only of South Africa, but of the world, having only the best interests of his people at heart. (more…)
The following is a very interesting, and downright chilling interview with Russian born propagandist Yuri Bezmenov. Like a true-life Winston Smith, from George Orwell’s book 1984, Yuri Bezmenov worked for the communist equivalent of Orwell’s Ministry of Truth – The Novosti Press Agency. Oddly enough this interview was conducted in 1984, and much like the book, our past and current situations bear a more than coincidental resemblance to the events that unfolded during the Soviet era.
Editors Note: As a general preference we have always taken to the publishing of our own original articles to the works of any outside parties. But every so often we come across something so well put that we just don’t see any point in trying to put it into our own words, and the following is one of them.
At last week’s Job Summit, there was talk of a second stimulus package, of tax credits for small businesses that hire new workers, of an Infrastructure Bank to select national priority public works projects like the Hoover Dam and TVA of yesteryear.
But no one, it seems, advanced the one obvious idea that would have the most immediate and dramatic impact — a moratorium on all immigration into the United States.
Unemployment is at 10 percent, near the postwar high of 1983. Fifteen million Americans are out of work. Ten million more have given up looking or are working fewer hours than they would like.
We have been losing jobs every month for two years.
Why, then, are we still bringing immigrants into the United States at a rate of 125,000 a month to take jobs from fellow Americans and compete with our unemployed for the jobs that open up? (more…)