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July 1, 2007

Keystone United Frequently Asked Questions

Filed under: About Us — Keystone United @ 8:00 pm

What is a Keystone?
A keystone is a fundamental center piece in the top of an arch. It is the Pennsylvania state nickname, thought to be because of the state’s placement in the geography of the original 13 colonies.

Is Keystone United Pro American?
Yes, very much so.

What does Keystone United wish to accomplish?
We have set up goals in which we wish to break the stereotypes of skinheads being alcoholic thugs and violent drug addicted criminals. We wish to create a safe environment in which to raise our families in. We hope to help change the downward spiral today’s youth and much of America is faced with.

So you guys have families?
Yes, we have families. Just like anyone else we work hard to support our loved ones and only wish to provide the best for them. This includes a safe place for them to live. Children are very important to us. We encourage all our members to have stable home lives and provide for their family.

What does Keystone United see as the problems facing the country?
In today’s current state America, and many other once great European nations, are former shadows of themselves. Crime, drug abuse, greed, careless attitudes and general disregard towards family values, have overtaken society. In reality there are too many to list but these are some of the ones we try and focus on.

What does Keystone United do to correct these problems?
We try to lead by example, by being active in our communities, public awareness, contacting local politicians, or just simply showing people we are not ashamed of who we are. The media has made us out to be villains, a stereotype we must fight everyday.

What kind of events do you hold?
We have picnics, hikes, paintball, self defense training, parties, rallies and concerts. Most all of our events have had great response.

Can only members attend you functions?
No, our public functions are always welcome to anyone wishing to attend. We announce our public events so that you may attend.

Do I have to be a member to hang out?
No, you don’t. How else would we expect you to get to know us?

How do I join?
Only after some time of getting to know you, you will be asked by a member if you would like to become a member. If you agree you will then be asked to be a probationary member. The period is a time in which we get to know you, and allow you to get to know us.

Do I have to live in Pennsylvania?
Yes. All of our members are residents of this state. The club was founded on the idea that members within a certain boundary are more able to have regular contact then those on a national scale.

How long is the probation and why do I have to do that?
The probation is no less than six months. We feel everyone must probate to ensure that you wish to have the club be a part of your life. We want our members to have us into their lives.

What do I have to do while I am on probation?
Probation is not hazing. We respect you and wish for you to become a member. We may ask you to help out when needed, but by no means are you someone’s personal errand boy.

How old do I have to be to join?
You must be eighteen years of age to become a probationary member. However you are welcome to hang out and attend our functions if you are underage. If you are not eighteen yet, does not mean you can not be our friend or supporter.

Is it true women cannot join?
Yes, unfortunately women are not permitted to join. This rule was made under much consideration and we feel this solution prevents any member from having to choose a spouse versus the club, if the situation would ever arise. However, we love and cherish our partners of the opposite sex. They give us a lot of support and stand beside us in our actions. We encourage them to be politically active as well.

Your logo is cool. May I use it?
No you may not. It is for members only. Variations of the American Pitbull Terrier face are fairly common and used all over, but our logo is special to us only. We ask that you respect this.

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