White Student Unions are Springing Up Everywhere!

Dozens of White Student Unions have sprung up for college campuses across America. The mainstream media first breathlessly reported all of them as entirely legitimate student organizations, and now they’ve completely reversed. Now they’re positive that each and every one of them is a hoax by “racist trolls.” We’ve confirmed that at least a few of them are indeed associated with enrolled students at the university who are organizing or who are taking steps to organize.

And even those social media accounts which were set up by people off-campus as a parodic response to increasingly ridiculous aggression and demands from non-White students and #BlackLivesMatter thugs are attracting real support. Even the ones which are created by “racist trolls” are attracting more than just media outrage. They’re serving as lightning rods for enrolled students to express their frustration. Thousands of actual students have shown their interest, and a subset of them greater than zero are sure to use those pages as a first step towards radicalizing and organizing in defense of their rights.

The anti-Whites have pushed and shoved White kids around for so long without pushback that some kind of defensive response from them absolutely boggles them. It must be a mirage! It’s [insert_current_year]! To the extent that the project is the target of imageboard troll lulz, the universities certainly delivered.

While it is unclear who created these pages, students and administrators alike are taking them seriously.

At UC Berkeley, a protest has already been organized in response to the “UC Berkeley White Student Union” page. The event is scheduled for Nov. 30.

“This is clearly an outrage and a direct attack against PoC groups. I am in contact with various student groups including the BSU and BAMN, and we will try to get enough people to get this despicable page off of Facebook,” the protest’s event page states.

Wait. If establishing our identity-oriented group is a direct attack against PoC groups, does that mean all the other groups exist to attack Whites? I know. I know. They’ve developed a hot new rationalization for the double-standard where they explain that “racism” can only exist from races with “privilege,” privilege which can be neither proven, nor disproven, nor quantified, nor defeated. Is it because we’re the group with the most wealth? We’re not. Is it because we’re the group with the most power? We’re not. Is it because we’re the majority? What about universities, cities, regions, and countries where we’re not.

The harder they fight us, the more they confirm the obvious: anti-racism is just a code word for anti-White.

This part’s my favorite…

At the University of Illinois, it acted swiftly to have the “Illini White Student Union” page removed. A report by The Daily Illini quoted campus spokeswoman Robin Kaler as saying: “It is disturbing and cowardly that someone would create an anonymous and senseless social media page specifically designed to intimidate others, including and especially our students.”

Cowardly? Do you realize what happens to people who actually stand up and publicly defend their White identity? Indiana University actively collaborated with and encouraged the antifa radicals who threw bricks through the windows of students’ private homes. University cops refused to investigate easily resolvable and unprovoked attacks on our members. Indiana University’s official newspaper declared that we’re terrorists while colluding with those who were actually relying on terror as a political weapon. It’s a similar story with Matthew Heimbach’s work at Towson University and our other public chapters, as well.

It didn’t work. Some of the students will go public. Some of them will fight back when attacked. Some of them will win. And when they do win, they’ll inspire other White youths who are sick and tired of being bullied, insulted, disrespected, and dispossessed. It’s too late. It’s happening. The Left kept insisting on racializing absolutely everything on campus, with one singular exception; the hearts and minds of the White students. Now the agitators and protestors are getting exactly what they’ve been demanding; an inclusive conversation about race which includes all voices.


Jeff Traube

Every flag taken down at Ole Miss, building renamed at Princeton, statue removed or book dropped from the curriculum is a hateful microaggression against the Posterity of the Founding Fathers by those primitives with Black Privilege agitated by those subversives with Hebrew privilege



H 1 B VISA (White Genocide)

Right now there are 17 million recent college graduates underemployed, unemployed, and living in mom’s basements. Their jobs have been handed over to foreigners living in the United States on the H 1 B Visa Program. The student loan debt bubble is all the way up to a trillion dollars. Worse, 17 million young people have 34 million moms and dads. That brings the total up to 51 million Americans,
mostly white middle class people, with lives ruined by a genocidal ruling out of Washington D.C. Is there any hope?
Turns out there are two (2) United States senators on the side of intelligent Americans. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) and Jeff Sessions (R-Alabama). These men need our support. They need our encouragement.


Patrick Thibodeau, Computer World, January 22, 2015

The biggest enemies facing U.S. Senate Republicans in raising the H-1B cap are Senate Republicans. The Senate’s two top Republican critics of temporary worker immigration, specifically the H-1B and L-1 visas, now hold the two most important immigration posts in the Senate.

They are Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), who heads the Senate’s Judiciary Committee, and his committee underling, Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.), who was appointed by Grassley on Thursday to head the immigration subcommittee. Grassley has been the Republican’s most tenacious and unwavering critic of the H-1B program and has tried to curb use by offshore outsourcers, in particular. Sessions, however, may emerge as the Senate’s most vociferous and fiery H-1B opponent.

Sessions, late Thursday, issued a statement about his new role as
immigration subcommittee chairman, and said the committee “will give voice to those whose voice has been shut out,” and that includes “the voice of the American IT workers who are being replaced with guest workers.”

Sessions last week accused the tech industry of perpetuating a “hoax” by claiming there is a shortage of qualified U.S. tech workers.

“The tech industry’s promotion of expanded temporary visas–such as the H-1B–and green cards is driven by its desire for cheap, young and immobile labor,” wrote Sessions, in a memo he sent last week to fellow lawmakers.

Last summer, Sessions attacked Microsoft’s push for more H-1B visas as it laid off 18,000 employees. Now, as subcommittee chairman, Sessions will have the ability to conduct investigations and hold oversight hearings.



I’m actually glad this is happening and the current dumping of “refugees” into Europe. it’s forcing whites all around the world to wake up to our problem and think in terms of ourselves as a race. For too long we were silent while nonwhites have had activist groups spouting the ‘we’re all the same” nonsense while nonwhites’ collective (anti-white) crusade has only gotten more bold. Maybe we can get our conservative friends to stop capitulating and foaming at the mouth for these “black conservatives” they prop up.

ps mike

It is starting to happen. Take a look at this tea party anti immigration FB page. I’ve followed it for over a year, and I’ve watched the slow change.

In this post, Dennis Michael Lynch closes by stating “Remember, just because your pro-American culture doesn’t mean you’re anti-anything.” That is the first time I’ve seen him reference our “culture”.


Tom Bowie

I’ve talked to combat veterans that agree with us yet are afraid to speak up publically much less at a Campus. Any definition of Courage would fall short of what those folks are doing.

The Board of Directors for The American Freedom Party has expressed a willingness to help the White Student Unions as they can. Perhaps providing a speaker for any events, or simply showing support.


A fond memory from my youth was an old fashioned Barn Raising; the work was hard but joyous because of all the hands and hearts involved.

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