Be sure to tune in tonight at 12:30 Eastern for ABC Nightline’s exposé of Matthew Heimbach and his nationwide TradYouth project.
We have a policy of jumping into just about any publicity, hopeful that we’ll get at least some of our message across and mindful that we’ll most likely be slandered. You never know what you’re getting into. Heimbach’s Vice documentary ended up being a rather balanced documentary, and even the SPLC reporter’s hit piece remained within the bounds of journalistic integrity. We’ll see how the full episode plays out, but the deceptive editing of Heimbach’s more inflammatory remarks (directed at violent Leftists, not minorities) doesn’t bode well. At this point, it appears that the self-important “Big Three” purveyor of serious reporting is going to play more fast and loose with our message than the self-described gonzo journalists and dedicated anti-white shakedown groups.
At first glance, Matt Heimbach looks like a friendly neighbor, an always-smiling, 22-year-old college graduate who goes to church, and loves country music and drinking beer with his buddies.
But Heimbach is a white separatist who believes that the United States would be a better place if it were divided and went back to segregation. He has been called the future of organized hate in this country.
ABC’s critique of us essentially amounts to a deception on their part. The producers know fully well, from our explicit statements both on and off camera, that we’re not arguing for going “back” to Jim Crow segregation. We’re arguing for voluntary separation. We’re not arguing for breaking up interracial families or communities . . . we’re only arguing for our right to opt out of the social engineering scheme to impose interracial communities on all of us. America’s a notoriously big country. We have no illusions about how far gone most White Americans are down the road to a Brazilian-style multi-racial future, and we’re not trying to stop that runaway train: We’re only trying to figure out how to leap from it before it goes over the canyon.
Since our actual position isn’t really threatening or morally assailable, our actual position will likely end up on the editing room floor.
He is tapping into a growing and frightening discontent in the U.S. In the last decade, the number of hate groups has nearly doubled from 602 to 1,007, according to Mark Potok of the Southern Poverty Law Center.
“The election of Barack Obama … has ginned up the anger and fury out there,” Potok said. “The fact that a black man was elected president, not once but twice, has merely added to that fury.”
Potok’s list of “hate groups” is notoriously outdated and inflated, with the “hate map” largely consisting of where some newsletter P.O. boxes were located in the nineties. In my home state of Indiana, Nation of Islam is triple-reported. Three of the operations I know for a fact to be defunct, including my own defunct Lighthouse Literature project which hasn’t been open for years. Most of the rest of the groups have been entirely absent from activism and organization, and TradYouth IU isn’t even on there, yet, despite tearing things up.
In other words, the SPLC’s statement on the growth of “hate groups” is completely nonsensical. Besides, more groups would entail more splintering, wouldn’t it? So shouldn’t the SPLC be more alarmed by there being fewer “hate groups”? Spoiler alert: No matter what happens on the American Right, the SPLC will be ringing the panic alarm.
We stated repeatedly, both on and off camera, that we don’t see Barack Obama’s presidency as especially significant. But, you know, the Left has their “They’re just afraid of a successful Black guy!” talking point, so that’s what they’re going to talk about.
Of course, Heimbach faces a lot of angry scrutiny for being so outspoken about his views. When he and his friend, Klansman Thomas Buhls went on a recruiting trip to Indiana University in Bloomington, a group of student protestors went after them with water hoses. It was at the same university where, a decade earlier, white supremacist Benjamin Nathaniel Smith went on a two-day shooting spree, eventually killing himself.
Well over a decade earlier, Ben Smith did indeed commit an inexcusable act of violence in Bloomington. More recently and relevantly, the Boxcar Books Marxists we were protesting endorsed the Tinley Park Six group which viciously attacked a peaceful pro-white meet-up. And they didn’t just “spray us with a water hose”, they threw apples and other projectiles at us while chanting about their solidarity with and support for anti-white terrorism. We expected the water hose shenanigans, welcoming the rinse-off after the piss balloons were lobbed at us, and performed our protest for exactly the half hour we had planned beforehand.
Few if any of them were enrolled students.
Ajabu agrees with Heimbach’s vision of the future, that after the races separate, and after their common enemies are dealt with, it will finally be time to deal with each other.
To clarify, our vision for the future in no way, shape, form, or fashion, involves attacking non-whites, either as individuals or as communities. We’re not about “hate” and never have been. We’re about love for our own community and respect for other communities. The question viewers need to ask themselves is whether or not White American Christians have a right to opt out of “diversity”, “multiculturalism”, and “secularism”. It’s a simple question: Do my people have a right to continue existing? You can mock us or change the subject all you like, but the question remains, and we here at TradYouth are not going to stop asking it.
The moderators at the ABC website are deleting absolutely all pro-white commentary, even the most mild and sober comments. At this rate, there will be more “This comment was deleted.” comments than approved comments. Memo: The emperor’s still naked even if he beheads every single giggling child.
Viewers of the show are encouraged to read the archives here at TradYouth, and review his speeches on YouTube, to see whether the show’s claim that he’s preparing for a “race war” and “extermination campaign” is accurate. He and we very clearly rejected those positions, but the producers have decided to get creative.