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Posted: August 14, 2018 in Activism, Shows, 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.

 2018 has been an active year for Keystone United. On March 10th members gathered in Harrisburg and held a small flash demo on the steps of the State Capitol Building. This was our first of this type of flash demo but we hope to have more throughout the state and grow them bigger!

On April 14th Keystone United organized a statewide banner drop across Pennsylvania. Each chapter made banners consisting of topics relating to border security and the defense of our 2nd Amendment. Some regions took the opportunity to turn the banner drop into overpass rallies. This was the first organized statewide” day of action” event for Keystone United – and it was a complete success! More of this statewide activism will follow in the future.

2018 is turning out to be the year of activism for Keystone United, and with summer approaching you can expect more to come. Make sure to keep your eyes on the website for upcoming events! If you’re interested and want to get involved please feel free to contact us. You can find our E-mail adress under the “Contact us” tab. As always, we would like to thank all of our friends and supporters for their continued support and encouraging words!

-Ryan

 

 

 

 

 

 

On October 14th Keystone United members and supporters gathered the Fairmont Park section of Philadelphia for the 11th Annual Leif Erikson Day Celebration.

 We all began to meet at the top of Lemon Hill Road where we were greeted by the Philadelphia PD and also by the covered bitter faces of the Left in an attempt to silence the message and celebration of our American – European History. With European flags waving in the winds our members and supporters stood proud as we prepared to march down Lemon Hill to the statue of European explorer Thorfinn Karlsefni.

Thorfinn Karlsefni was an Icelandic explorer. Around the year 1010 AD, he followed Leif Eriksson‘s route to Vinland, in a short-lived attempt to establish a permanent settlement there with his wife Guðríður Víðförla Þorbjarnardóttir and their followers. –Wikipedia

As we arrived at the statue we gathered around to listen to the journey of Leif Erikson and the history of European Americans. Antifa protesters made their efforts to drown out and silence us with chants and obscenities, but we continued the ceremony as planned standing proudly and respectfully with our brothers and sisters.

After the event we made our way to FDR Park where we met up with more friends and family to enjoy great food and comradery. Overall it was a peaceful event and proved once again that the Left will not silence us.

Members of Keystone United would like to thank everyone who had contributed to the event and everyone who traveled out to enjoy our nice ceremony. We look forward to seeing you all next year!

After Charlottesville where do we go from here?       

-Steven Smith

Luzerne County Republican committeeman

“The group that called itself Antifa initiated the violence.

“If anyone is to blame for that day it was the Antifa and the Charlottesville Police Department for revoking the permit.”

(Smith terminated the interview after a reporter declined to share with Smith his opinion of Antifa.)

Source: http://m.citizensvoice.com/news/after-charlottesville-where-do-we-go-from-here-1.2232147

 

This past week, Keystone United received an interview request from Philadelphia Inquirer reporter Colton Shaw. Our spokesman Steve Smith agreed to the interview as long as it was in person and he could livestream it. Mr. Shaw said his editors were not okay with the interview being livestreamed.

  We are not shocked at all that the Philadelphia Inquirer would not agree to these reasonable conditions. It would be tough for them to twist the interview to fit their anti-White narrative when it is being broadcast live on the internet. Their cowardice proves what we have known all along that the Philadelphia Inquirer and their family of newspapers are purveyors of fake news.