10 Years Ago : Keystone United Confronts NAACP !

Posted: June 9, 2018 in Activism, Interviews, Political, Uncategorized

On June 29, 2008 in Wilkes-Barre, PA , Keystone United (KU)  publicly confronted the NAACP at a so-called “anti-hate” summit. This event was a turning point for KU in which we evolved from a social club into a viable activist organization advocating for the interests of Whites .

Several months prior to this event , KU members and supporters engaged in activism which included posting fliers and banners all around Wilkes-Barre and surrounding areas. This activity caught the attention of local media that predictably distorted the message of KU and labeled it as “racism” and “hate”.  Unlike a lot of  pro-White groups that do literature distribution that receive media attention, Keystone United did not hide in the shadows and fought back publicly against the false narrative set forth by the media and their Cultural Marxist lackeys.

Keystone United’s spokesman Steve Smith verbally destroyed a panel of these Cultural Marxists on the local CBS TV station in April 2008 as you can see below:

 

In response to KU’s activism , the Wilke-Barre NAACP President Ron Felton called for the aforementioned  “anti-hate” summit. Steve Smith told the local media that he would like to speak at the summit, but the cowardly Felton sheepishly declined. Since it was a free public  event , well over 25 members and supporters of Keystone United showed up and confronted the NAACP anyway.  Unlike Antifa, the KU contingent believes in freedom of speech and didn’t disrupt the event with inane chants and violence. Instead we waited until the Q&A session  to verbally dissect their anti-White rhetoric.

In the marketplace of ideas,  White Advocacy will win every time which is why our political opponents must revert to ad hominem attacks and attempts to shut us down.

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