Music Credit: Through Fire We Ride, Jason Augustus
Music Credit: Through Fire We Ride, Jason Augustus
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Jason Augustus joins Matthew Heimbach for the Monday edition of The Daily Traditionalist to talk about his impressions of Leif Erikson day which takes place in Pennsylvania every year. Keystone United were there along with Steve Smith who has been on the show before, after he won a local election through campaigning in his local community despite a large amount of negative media coverage.
The gathering was a celebration of the White Viking hero who sailed to America and was a big contrast from anything Jason was used to, as in New York people would assume it was going to be malicious, since it was exclusively White. It reminded him that Nationalism has moved away from being reactionary in the last decade towards a more family focused environment that is more about community building. It was still very individualistic back then, but as the activists starting having kids, they started to think more about what sort of world we are creating for our children.
Young people today are really disconnected from their heritage, they are told they should feel guilty for it and are not used to celebrating it. This is unnatural as we should be living within our own tribe, with people we know we can trust and count on to turn to when we need help. We are used to hearing the Left talk about community organisers, but we don’t often hear much about it on the right and we certainly don’t have any official ones like the Blacks have.
We need to take our struggle seriously as we are the only ones speaking up for our people, nobody else is doing it. We are actively under attack in the White working class areas and people like Bernie Sanders who claims to represent the working class constantly accuse us of being privileged. To see what is coming for the White man in America you only have to look at the White squatter camps in South Africa. There is no point where the other races will say enough is enough and speak up for us, they will just keep going until they have driven us from our territory entirely, as they have done in Rhodesia. They even say the only way to get rid of racism is to get rid of Whites.
Jason grew up in a deprived area and under the class theory of the Left, he should have been helped by the Dominicans around him, but they despised him because he was White and solidarity with his class status never even came into it. They had been brought up on the anti-White hatred on the tv and in school and any Whites who have to live in the poorer areas alongside the diversity have to put up with the same.
Every other ethnic community is organised and know that they are a people, it is only Whites who fail to understand this and capitalize on it.
Presented by Matthew Heimbach and Jason Augustus
Saturday, March 28th brought us the “9th Annual St. Patty’s Day Show” courtesy of MDS, a show and gathering much anticipated by the white nationalist/white rights community. It was well attended, with members of MDS, KSS/KU, B & H, Traditionalist Youth Network, SWA and other groups as well as both new and familiar faces coming together for good music, good food and drink, and most importantly, camaraderie and the sharing of thoughts and ideas.
The evening’s entertainment kicked off with a set of familiar favorites by the acoustic duo “Activist”. Next up, the music turned hard and heavy with a set by the Michigan-based band “Major Disappointment’’, which they were anything but!! The high energy level of their hardcore/oi songs led to the start of more than one pit! Following this, Matt Heimbach of the “Traditionalist Youth Network” took the mic and made an impassioned speech, pointing out that the time has come for white people of all religions to stand up together to fight that which intends to destroy us and our culture! It was truly a stirring presentation.
Ending the evening, “Activist” once again took the mic, playing songs that called for audience participation, as well as an original tune. They ended the night by playing the “Marshall Tucker Band” song “Fire on the Mountain” in honor of our brother Richmond Tom, who unfortunately could not be with us to perform it himself. A touching moment, indeed.
A great time was had by everyone in attendance. Thanks and kudos to MDS, Rick Indie/ Label 56 and all who made the event possible. I’m already looking forward to next year!!
Keystone United Sat down with Justin from New Nation Productions…
What is New Nation Productions?
Justin: New nation productions is a non profit organization that throws RAC shows and benefits to help and support our folk and spread our message.
How did NNP get started?
Justin: NNP got started when new nation founding father, Brian “Herbie”, and I were sitting down talking about an RAC event coming up. We discussed the facts that rac shows are a dying breed. After deciding that we needed a “show – thrower” in the scene, New Nation productions was born.
Any up coming events/gigs planned?
Justin: Right now we’re working on an outside all day overnight fest style event for June.
What are your long term goals?
Justin: Our vision is to educate folk about the movement and what we’re doing by hosting shows and events. Our long term goal is to span out of state and spread our message nationally.
Anyone you would like to thank?
Justin: I’d like to thank KU for always supporting us and our events, All of our New Nation Crew, and most of all Philly Joe: the show goer, the one that drives out of town or state for a show just to support the cause. That’s why we do what we do.
We would like to thank Justin from New Nation Productions for taking the time out of his busy schedule and for all the hard work he and the NNP crew has done this past year. WE THANK YOU!