The Art of Suppression, Part I
The Art of Suppression, Part II
It has been a long dark (pun intended) night for White folks, world-wide. Our countries have been flooded-with alien non-Whites (who, as soon as they land on our shores, are taught hatred and contempt for us - not to mention how to game the system), we are taught lies about our history, our women are taught to hate White men, and our children are taught contempt for their parents and all those who came before. Fortunately, a small but important victory for White rights was achieved recently at the Worcester Public Library (WPL).
North East White Pride (NEWP) a regional White rights and advocacy group, active around New England, was holding meetings at the WPL when they were viciously attacked by an extremist hate group, that calls itself the Revolutionary Communist Progressive Labor Party (PLP). (For more on that, see Parts I & II of this series.)
Their assault on NEWP members peacefully assembled in one of the library's conference rooms culminated in NEWP (yes, the victims of the attack) being suspended from using the library's conference rooms. NEWP sought legal help from a number of local attorneys - all of whom refused to take the case. We were forced to turn to the ACLU for help and they determined that our rights absolutely were violated and offered their services.
After receiving a letter from the ACLU, the library board decided to hold a series of public meetings to determine if changes should be made in library policy concerning the reservation of conference rooms. It was clear the library was going to implement policies that would make it impossible for Politically Incorrect groups (i.e. groups seeking to protect the rights of Whites or of men) to meet at the library.
NEWP members attended to defend the rights of Whites in central Massachusetts (and to set a precedent for pro-White advocates everywhere) to use the WPL's conference rooms. Anti-White agitators also showed in an effort to limit the rights of Whites. The library committee tasked with hearing the arguments ultimately decided in favor of justice (for once) and voted to recommend to the full board that library policy not be changed. The full board concurred and White Rights Advocates will still be allowed to reserve rooms at the WPL.
I'm happy to report that several members of the board and staff of the library privately assured us that they were 100% behind our right to freedom of speech and they, personally, were growing aware that something is very wrong in America when violent groups of Jewish agitators can commit hate crimes against Whites - peaceably assembled in an effort to petition their government for redress of grievances - and not be arrested.
I'm also happy to report that because of the publicity the attacks created for our group we gained several new local members. We originally started holding the meetings at the WPL because residents of the area have repeatedly contacted us asking if we would organize in that area. Their is much concern on the part of White Worcester residents that their beloved city is moving in the wrong direction with racial-flooding absolutely destroying the White community, culture, and way of life of the region.