National Vanguard event addresses Mestizo invasion
by David Daugherty
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Iím very pleased to report on the smooth and successful Saturday that was the National Vanguard Tampa Unitís public awareness campaign in Plant City, Florida. The event was organized by the Tampa Unit Secretary, Bobby Ammon, with help from a few other unit members who live in the area. Plant City was chosen as our location for the campaign because of the extreme nature of recent demographic changes due to illegal immigration.
About 20 members of the Tampa Unit met in McCall Park during a typically relaxed Plant City mid-morning. The purpose of the event wasnít really to raise public awareness to the negative impact of illegal immigration, since anyone who isnít comatose can see that, but to let the public know that they arenít alone in how they feel and what they believe.
From 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. we stood on the sidewalk holding our signs, flags, and banners. We received what I can only estimate to be around two or three hundred positive responses from motorists. I know of only three negative responses. One young man, who drove by in a jeep with a horn that played "Dixie," gave his very definite approval. Curiously, many Blacks also approved of our "Close the Border" signs. In afterthought, it isnít really too surprising since Blacks are frequently the first to lose their jobs to Mestizo immigrant labor. Every once in a while a local police car would pass but they took no particular interest. Many Mestizos drove by throughout the day but none of them were very supportive of our message.
Establishment Media Presence
There was an unusual amount of establishment media present. Among those in attendance were the Tampa Tribune, News Channel 8 (NBC affiliate), and a crew from "Good Morning America" (ABC). For the most part they just walked around, shot some video, took some photos, and asked a few questions. They did a brief interview with the Tampa Unit Coordinator, Todd Weingart, and then spent the rest of the day loafing off at a restaurant across the street.
I was quite surprised by the mild nature of the article that appeared in the Tampa Tribune the next day. The article accurately quoted Todd Weingart and made no mention of the "Holocaust" -- almost a faux pas in todayís circus known as journalism. (Link to the article) There was some coverage by the NBC affiliate, News Channel 8, but since no one in the Tampa Unit watches much TV we didnít catch any of it first-hand. (ILLUSTRATION: The ABC film crew.)
Dying for an Audience
As many who read this site already know, the cable TV news shows arenít doing very well these days. Their ratings have taken a dive over the past several years -- mainly because of a lack of trust on the general publicís part and the rise of alternative news sources on the internet. Last Iíve heard, ABC had the lowest ratings of the major networks. This was probably the motive behind their coverage of Prussian Blue. They were hoping anything sensational would pull their ratings back from the dead. They were right. Their smear piece on those girls generated more traffic to the ABC website than anything else theyíve covered in a long time. So now ABC is scrounging around the countryside looking for anything White Nationalist, anything National Vanguard, anything Prussian Blue to cover; all in some desperate hope that it will bring their dead shows back to life. (ILLUSTRATIONS: ABC camera man films NV activist. Local news crew interviews NV Unit Coordinator Todd Weingart.)
A Strange and Nervous Bunch
After meeting a few reporters I have noticed some very unusual traits that are common among them. They seem to be extremely nervous about being filmed or photographed; nervous to the point of paranoia. I first ran into this during the Katrina Relief Effort with ABC producer Jim DuBreuil. After I inadvertently caught him in a few photographs he became quite upset and made some profanity-laced comments to me. A little later that day he became enraged and ranted uncontrollably about being filmed and photographed by National Vanguard staff. (ILLUSTRATION: ABC Field Producer Jim DuBreuil, who does smear pieces on little girls, lies about White activists, and doesn't like to have his picture taken.)
During the Plant City event Ted Wansley and I both encountered similar photophobic behavior in the visiting reporters. Iím not really sure why they are so fearful of cameras. They spend their working hours on one side of the lens but are terrified at the thought of being on the other side.
Great Activism Opportunity
Small, well-planned public demonstrations are an easy, effective, and low-cost way for White activists to reach the public. For help or advice in planning such an event write to email@example.com. And of course, when doing such events itís always wise to keep a few cameras handy, just in case some unwanted reporters happen to show up.
The Tampa Unit extends its appreciation to those who supported us in this public awareness campaign.
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