A3P activists have attended a “Complete Grassroots Training” program presented by Ron Paul’s Campaign for Liberty (C4L) organization in the New York Metro area, reports organizer and New Jersey state Chairman Alex Carmichael.
The well mannered audience of 100, entirely comprised of our people of varying age, gender, socioeconomic background and temperament, engaged in spirited discussion regarding policies and tactics. A3P shares common ground with C4L on several important issues.
At the full day event, A3P members were afforded the opportunity to interact with full-time activists, state level leaders and local politicians, many of whom were responsive to the A3P’s message of enforcing current immigration laws and the enactment of a moratorium.
C4L leadership glowingly reported on successful grassroots organizing and lobbying, which , not surprisingly, has occurred in racially homogeneous areas. There was also repeated emphasis on the connection between C4L and the inception and successful two-year activism of Tea Parties around the US, widely known for demographic similarity.
Interestingly, PowerPoint presentations during the day reflected the implicitly white nature of this movement. Notable references included historical figures from Ancient Rome, the European Renaissance, and America in the 1950’s. Wholesome photographs to illustrate strategic advice and activist morale were also of a homogeneous nature.
The presenter, a national level coordinator for the organization, was representative of Middle America: friendly, folksy and down to earth. He imprudently used several politically correct anecdotes involving non-white celebrities and 1960s activists that appeared to fall on deaf ears.
Obamacare, among the hottest topics that day, represents the calamitous overall transfer of resources from the white middle and working classes to Third World inhabitants. Also, the burgeoning movement to eliminate the systematically corrupt Federal Reserve Bank, spearheaded by C4L, is a critical step in the right direction.
Much was made of the concept of “freedom” as embodied in First Amendment of the Constitutional. However, we must always bear in mind that this groundbreaking centuries old document was created by the founders of our nation for the perpetual benefit of our people.