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We found it humorous that they failed to mention that the stickers read No Drugs On Our streets. We can only assume it doesn’t fit into their narrative.

Click on the link to check out the full story.

http://www.phillymag.com/news/2017/05/09/white-supremacist-flyers-temple-campus/?amp=1

 

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A short video clip of peoples reaction on Pennsylvania having the 5th most “Hate” groups in the US.

http://commmedia.psu.edu/centre-county-report/story/pa-hate-groups

The full interview by Centre County Report on our very own Ryan Wojtowicz.

http://commmedia.psu.edu/centre-county-report/story/keystone-united-interview

http://whiteadvocate.weebly.com/blog/four-years-later-breaking-down-former-luzerne-county-gop-chairman-terry-caseys-absurd-statement-on-my-election

By:Steve Smith

Back in 2012, I was elected to the Luzerne County Republican Committee for the first time. My election brought great publicity because of the fact that I was a openly pro-White activist. In a normal world , this election victory wouldn’t be a blip on a radar. However, in today’s anti-White politically correct bizarro world, my election was national news.

Predictably, the GOP County Chairman at the time, Terry Casey felt compelled to issue a press release denouncing me. I will break down and refute Casey’s idiotic statement point by point . My comments will be in italics.

Former Luzerne County GOP Chairman Terry Casey was a cuckservative before the term was coined!

Former Luzerne County GOP Chairman Terry Casey was a cuckservative before the term was coined!
Here is Terry Casey’s statement:

The election of Steven Smith to the Republican Committee of Luzerne County (LCRC) has received media coverage in the last few days.  We are grateful to the Anti-Defamation League and other media outlets for bringing to our attention the racially charged and disturbing background of this man from Pittston.  We unequivocally denounce Mr. Smith and his abhorrent views and would like to make it clear that in no way do his personal views reflect the views of the Republican Party.

Terry Casey’s first mistake was being “grateful” to the Anti-Defamation League. The ADL is a leftist Jewish Supremacist organization that  routinely manufactures  false notions of  “anti-semitism” to try to justify their existence. Jewish filmmaker Yoav Shamir caught Abe Foxman and the ADL letting their guard down in his excellent documentary Defamation. Watch it below and then tell me if you still think the ADL  is credible.

Mr. Smith was elected as one of two Republican Committeemen from Pittston City Ward 4.  He was elected with only one write-in vote – a vote that was most likely his own.  The other two write-in votes cast in this ward went to Mr. George Carmean, a long-time committee member of the LCRC. 

Pennsylvania State election code allows any registered Republican or Democrat to write their name in to become a member of the County Committee.  The Bylaws of the Luzerne County Republican Committee indicate that the only qualification for election to the County Committee be that one has been a registered Republican for the two years preceding their election.  There is no other eligibility requirement in this regard.  Also, there is no express provision in the bylaws of the LCRC that would authorize the Executive Committee or the District Committee to “expel” a member of the Committee for his or her “beliefs.”  

The Luzerne County Republican Committee does not endorse or represent any of the hateful views of Mr. Smith, nor did any of the voters in Pittston City or Luzerne County.  The efforts of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party and its affiliated media organizations to portray anything otherwise are incredibly disingenuous, shameful, and insulting to all residents of Luzerne County.  Their efforts, however, are indicative of the underhandedness in which they are willing to engage to advance their hypocrisy and political aims.

Mr. Smith elected himself to the LCRC with one vote. For media outlets like “Think Progress” or others to suggest that the people of Pittston, let alone the voters of Luzerne County, support this man in any significant number is shameful and insulting to all of the residents of Pittston and Northeast Pennsylvania, Democrat or Republican.  In an ill-researched post on ThinkProgress.org, Adam Peck wrote that, “Smith is also an active member of local Tea Party groups, a network that he used to gain support for his bid for the committee seat.”  This claim is blatantly false.  Smith has been banned from the NEPA Tea Party Facebook page and has not been welcome at their meetings.  Peck’s suggestion that Smith used the Tea Party network to gain support for his committee election would be laughable if this were not such a serious accusation.  This “story” is indicative of the underhanded, self-serving tactics used by the Pennsylvania Democratic Party and a happily complicit media, and illustrates the deep hypocrisy and lies they are willing to engage in for the basest political purposes.

Four years later, Casey’s statements about my views not representing the voters of Pittston City seem incredibly stupid. In the 2016 election in my ward , I got 70 votes out of 74 cast for my committee seat which is 94% of the vote.

If Casey was smart (which he obviously wasn’t), he should have brought up the fact that Philadelphia had a  Democratic committeeman named Jerry Jackson, who was also a member of the viciously anti-White New Black Panther Party. Watch below as Democratic committeeman Jerry Jackson hands out NBPP literature while his comrade King Samir Shabazz talks about killing Whites and their babies! These are real hateful views.

The Republican Party has a long and proud history of supporting and promoting Civil Rights for all Americans and any racially intolerant views are unequivocally not welcome in the County, State or National Republican Parties.  The nation’s first abolitionists were Republicans, no one fought harder for the abolition of slavery than Republican President Abraham Lincoln, The first African-American to run for President was Republican Frederick Douglas, The Civil Rights Act of 1964 would not have been passed without the support of Republican Senators from the Northeast, Martin Luther King Jr. Day was made a National Holiday by Republican President Ronald Reagan.  The issue at this time, however, is not the Civil Rights credentials of the Republican Party. The issue at this time is the hypocrisy of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party.

Mr. Casey shows his outstanding lack of knowledge concerning the racial views of our first Republican President Abraham Lincoln.

Here is a quote from Lincoln from 1858:

“I will say then that I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about in any way the social and political equality of the white and black races; I am not nor ever have been in favor of making voters or jurors of Negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to intermarry with white people.”

Not only did Lincoln make several quotes that I am sure that Casey would view as “hateful and abhorrent” , Lincoln also wanted to deport all the Blacks out of the United States to Central America.

Would Mr. Casey denounce Mr. Lincoln as racially intolerant ?

We sincerely regret the efforts of the Pennsylvania Democratic Party to create a political football out of an issue that both Democrats and Republicans should be anxiously ready to agree upon. In fact, the Luzerne County Democratic Party has joined with the LCRC to denounce Mr. Smith and his involvement, stating that, “Steve Smith obviously does not represent the Luzerne County Republican Party in any way, shape, or form.” We applaud the efforts of the Luzerne County Democratic Committee to join us in not only denouncing Mr. Smith, but to return political discourse to focusing on key issues at hand, like creating jobs and fixing our economy.  We encourage the Pennsylvania Democratic Party to do the same.

 Terry Casey lost his bid for re-election as GOP chairman a few weeks after making this ill-conceived press release.

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“Ku Klux Klan recruiting in Northeast Pennsylvania”, KKK distributes fliers in W-B in effort to boost membership. These are just a few of the headlines from our locals papers here in the Wilkes-Barre\Scranton area.

    First and foremost, I want to make it clear that Keystone United is not associated with any Klan groups. For years we’ve been very vocal on what we consider outdated and counter productive groups. With that being said, it is obvious that there are active Klan members in this area, they call themselves the East Coast Knights of the true Invisible Empire – and they’ve caused quite an uproar in the area.

    Since it is now clear that there is an active Klan organization in the area many different things have been going on some good, some not so good. For example, the local chapter of the NAACP held a march in response to the fliers, there was a candle light vigil to “send a message to the KKK”, and even the local paper has been accused of promoting the Klan by making the story front page. But the one positive thing that all this has done is bring up the issue of race. From reading through all the comments that residents have posted on the news articles and social media it’s becoming more and more clear that people are getting sick and tired of watching our once quiet and safe neighborhoods turn into violent cesspools. People are starting to see through the lies – they are witnessing first hand the ugly reality and dangers of forced multiculturalism and are starting to speak out

    And than…there is the other side. On a Sunday evening, November 1, Chris Concert, the mayor of the small and predominantly white town of Swoyersville, held a candle light vigil in response to Klan fliers being found throughout the town. Myself and two other pro-white activists attended the event to see what it was about, and it didn’t take long to realize that the “vigil” was more like a white guilt fest, considering 99% of the attendees were white. A handful of people gave speeches talking about racism and the Klan and how we should all get along and embrace “diversity”. Again I want to point out that Swoyersville is mostly white, (As of 2010 the white population of Swoyerville was 97.6%) I would like to see all these residents of Swoyersville who speak of “diversity” and “racial harmony” to leave their nice white safe town of Swoyersville and move just across the river to crime ridden multicultural city of Wilkes-Barre – and then see how their opinions change. After the event we were approached by news reporters who wanted our opinion on the event since they noticed us standing away and just observing the event. We expressed that we thought Mr. Concert and the residents of Swoyersville were being dramatic and over reacted to the Klan fliers, and instead of worrying about members of the Klan distributing fliers of non-violent nature at nighttime – they should be concerned about the gangs and violence in Wilkes-Barre and focus on keeping their small white town safe and gang free.

    We don’t agree with the Klans ways, but the Klan being here just goes to show that people are getting mad..and people have the right to get mad. We’re all mad. But there are other ways of making a difference than to joining the Klan. You don’t have to be involved with any Pro-white organization to be active in your community and the racial cause, but if you do decide to become part of a pro-white group, i would urge you to get involved with one that is active, productive and not running around in costumes. Time is of the essence, words can’t even express the importance of this fight. It’s a fight we can’t afford to lose. So take the anger and channel it and do something good and something positive with it. Get involved with your community, stand up for your people, be a stick in the enemies wheel and help bring their agenda to a dead stop. With everyday that goes by we get closer to the point of no return, so get involved and rise up. This is a fight for survival. For your children…for our people…we must make the future ours!

 
-Ryan Wojtowicz