Yesterday, I attended a rally to protest illegal immigration in Hudson, NH. The event was sponsored by North East White Pride, a group organized to spread awareness of the harm that current government policy is causing to White America and to get local people involved in the struggle against the policy-makers who are imposing these policies on us.
I arrived a few minutes early and because my fellows had not arrived, but many counter-protesters already had, I decided to talk to them and see if we could find any common ground. I was hoping we could at least agree that Whites do have a right to speak freely about the issues that concern us. I was pleasantly surprised at the results. With a few exceptions, they were all very friendly and open to the things I was saying.
I first addressed two young people holding a banner. They politely said that they were only there to support friends who had invited them and weren't prepared to talk about the issues. A woman, Vivian McGuire, who identified herself as a Jew, immediately flew into a frenzy at my questions. She ranted incoherently about how Israelis had the right to ethnically cleanse Palestinians (seriously, she said this) from their (the Palestinians) homeland of Palestine, but that Whites had no expectation of having ethnically or racially homogeneous countries or even communities of their own. She ranted some more about how I was a NaziWhoWantedToKillSixMillionJews, until her husband stepped in front of her and told her to calm down and quit acting so irrationally. He further told her that I had been exceedingly polite and amicable and there was no reason for her to continue ranting.
He then turned to me and introduced himself as Kevin. I gave him my name, we shook hands and had a short, very congenial, discussion. We found that we were in agreement on many positions, particularly about the repeated abrogations of our constitutionally protected rights, especially those centering on the first amendment - like the freedom of association that Whites - and Whites only - have been stripped of by the Civil Rights Act. While we were speaking, his wife continued with her irrational behavior and she was joined in this by a women (of indeterminate race), who kept babbling incoherently about her two black children. Several other people, very civilly, added their two-bits and after a while we shook hands and parted amicably. (Although Vivian and the other women followed me, still ranting).
During this conversation, the Amerasian photographer for the Nashua Telegraph, Corey Perrine, was taking photos and as I walked away stopped me to ask questions. While we spoke he related to me briefly, that he was half Korean and half German and that he would not like it if (either) Korea was being flooded by foreigners in the way that America and the other White countries are being destroyed by out-of-control mass immigration.
During our discussion, the Telegraph's journalist, Albert McKeon, assigned to cover the rally, asked if I would grant him an interview. I told him that, in my experience, the corporate media outlets always skew their stories in a manner that is clearly biased against Whites and that if he promised to present my answers as I gave them and not "spin" them I would grant him the interview. He promised to do so. We talked for about five minutes and I gave him the basics of what I perceive to be the foundation of the White Rights movement. During this time he appeared to agree with much of what I was saying. His story was published today, and unfortunately, he misrepresented most of what I had to say.
As I continued toward my group, I stopped to talk to a small group of antis. I conversed with three middle-aged White women, who all clearly had "issues" with men. The gist of the discussion was that women should have he right to choose to do anything they want no matter how destructive to them, men, children, or society in generally and that society should continue to force men to pay for those choices. For example, one of them volunteered that she stood for "a women's right to choose." I asked her if she was equally supportive of a man's right to choose. She looked confused as if the idea that men should have any choices was completely foreign to her. I then clarified my question by asking her if she felt that a man should have a right to a "paper abortion." In other words, since an abortion is basically the right of a women to determine for herself whether or not she is ready to have a child and raise it until the age of 18 (and beyond), then a man should have the same right and be able to get an abortion-in-law which would basically be a legal procedure in which he could divest all interest and responsibility in a child that he felt he was not prepared to care for, for the next 18 years of his life. She, of course, said no she did not support a man's right to choose that option.
Our discussion went on for a while in this vein, until I excused myself and walked over to my companions. Albert Mckeon joined us and interviewed both of my companions and then came over to me and we talked, off the record, about the political situation, in America today, with him agreeing with much of what I had to say. This is why his inaccurate relating of our interview was so disappointing. Eventually, Kevin came over and talked for awhile, saying that he felt maybe he was "standing on the wrong side of the street." In other words, he thought he should be protesting with us and not the antis. He then said he was going to the 7-11 across the way and asked us if we wanted anything. Later he brought back drinks.
Vivian and her crazy friend came over and started insulting us (which we never stooped to at any point), after awhile they realized they were making fools of themselves and they walked away.
At 2:45 pm there were three of us and approximately 15-20 of them. About half the people driving by honked, waved, gave us the thumbs up, or gave us the finger. I would estimate that of those that reacted to us, 80-85% were positive and the rest disagreed. Most of those that were angry were non-White, vulgar, and rude. I did not see the counter-protesters (although they had a much larger presence) get any significant attention - good or bad - with the exception of one fella who identified himself as American Indian and excoriated the young couple holding the banner for flying a flag that was not the Stars and Stripes.
By 4pm the counter-protesters' numbers had dwindled by half and we were still holding strong at three protesters and getting more responses from the passers-by. At 4:30 four more of our number arrived and they (the antis) were down to two, both of whom left about 15 minutes later. My conversations with them seemed to discourage them. I think that years of media indoctrination that all Whites, who believe Whites should have rights in their own countries and be able to speak openly about how they feel regarding the anti-White policies that have been imposed on us, are really neo-Nazi, racists caused them to be expecting a representative of the White Rights movement to be vulgar and threatening and when I turned out to be pleasant and reasonable they decided there was really no reason to be standing on the side of the road protesting us.
Overall the rally was a success and I think showed that there is much concern on the part of Whites regarding the Illegal Invasion of our country. Hopefully we can restore integrity to our southern border and then be able to focus our attention on all of the other problems that "diversity" is causing for White America.