This coming Saturday, Sept. 25 from 2 to 4p.m., the National Socialist Movement, also known as America?s Nazi Party, will be holding a rally at Valley Forge National Historic Park. According to their Web site, the NSM is “an organization dedicated to the preservation of our Proud Aryan Heritage, and the creation of a National Socialist Society in America and around the world.” It has been associated with the Ku Klux Klan, and is a catalyst of the neo-Nazi movement. Speakers for the rally include heads of the NSM, Imperial Wizards from the KKK, and leaders from the New Order of Confederates and the White Revolution. I am not going to debate whether or not a group such as this should be allowed to rally in a National Historic park. Rallying and protesting is allowed in this country, as long as the individual(s) or group(s) has the necessary permits. The NSM was granted this permit, and so will be less than 20 miles from West Chester, rallying around their movement?s ideals and philosophies, gaining strength and solidarity in their movement, and trying to gain more support. Although I do not agree with this movement?s morals and goals, it is their right to have them and to proclaim them in public.
According to the National Socialist Movement?s Web site and the “25 points of American National Socialism,” some of their policies and goals are: “Only those of pure White blood, whatever their creed, may be members of the nation; all non-White immigration must be prevented; [the prohibition of] abortion and euthanasia, except in cases of rape, incest, race-mixing, or mental retardation; conditions [should be made] to make possible the reestablishment of the nuclear family in which the father works while the mother stays at home and takes care of the children if they so choose; The Party combats the Jewish-materialistic spirit within and without us….”
Many people disagree with some of the above statements and some agree. I would like to hope that the majority of Americans are not White Supremacists. However, the National Socialist Movement is about more than just superiority of the white race.
Their Web site also proclaims there should be “Legislation regulating the amount of pollution, carbon dioxide, greenhouse gases, and toxins released into the atmosphere; the abolition of ground rent, the discontinuation of all taxes on property, and the prohibition of all speculation in land; the extensive development of insurance for old age and that prescription drugs be made both affordable and accessible; the creation of a livable wage…” and other things that I actually agree with. I know that I am part Socialist. I believe in helping all people through taxation and government assistance. The big difference is, of course, that I want these things for ALL people, not only whites and heterosexuals.
According to their Web site, the NSM?s rally is happening because “America?s southern border is wide open for illegal non-White immigrants and potential terrorists to enter our country. Most if not all White Americans want the floodgates closed. Most if not all White Americans want our troops home from Israeliled Zionist wars over oil, greed, and lies. Most if not all White Americans are sick and tired of our cities becoming ghettos, and our educational system being on par with third-world nations. These are just a few of the reasons why every Patriot on the East Coast is being called upon for this Rally.”
The National Socialist movement has every right to rally for their cause. At the same time, the rest of us have a right to rally against them. Some of us do not believe in their racist beliefs, and so will be there on Saturday to counter-protest in the name of peace and love and hold our own Valley Forge Rally for Social Justice. For more information, visit www.rallyforsocialjustice.org. For more information on the National Socialist Movement?s Rally, visit www.nsm88.com. I hold high the right of any group to stand for their beliefs and congregate with others who hold similar views. Recently, political participation and knowledge has been at an all-time low. I encourage anyone and everyone to stand up for their beliefs and become actively involved in the choices and decisions that we are able to make and influence.