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Epoch Floods: A3P Gathers Contributions For Deep South Storm Relief Effort

Epoch Flood

A3P members recently pooled their resources to help provide rebuilding materials for tornado ravaged areas. We are particularly concerned about our people in the Appalachian region of northern Alabama especially near the Mississippi River. A surge of water not seen since the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927 is forecast in coming days through the Deep South. The plight of those folks in that area of the state has not received adequate local government or media attention last week – take note, Charlie Sheen.

No Telethons or National Fund Drives?

Once again there were no celebrity appeals or Hollywood fundraising telethons to provide relief to those folks in tornado and flood ravaged states.

The A3P is the only political party dedicated to the interests of our people. We believe that it is essential to support those of us in need, especially during natural disasters. We encourage all those reading this to do likewise!

Nothern Alabama Flooding

Drop-off Locations for donated bottled water, nonperishable food items, good used clothes and children’s toys:

White Family Network and Kinsmen Rescue Project
P.O. Box 1721
Mountain View, Arkansas, 72560

Arkansas members and residents may be drop-off relief supples directly at the following shelters:

Lawrence County:
Walnut Ridge Community Center
504 SE Southern Ave, Walnut Ridge

Faulkner County:
Senior Citizen Center
10 Bise Dr, Vilonia

Jackson County:
Remmel Church
431 Hwy 145 South, Newport

White County:
Camp Wildwood
155 Riverside Park Rd, Searcy

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  1. JamesinUSA says:

    My wife and I have been buying diapers and childrens clothing for those in need here in Tuscaloosa Alabama. Many effected neighborhoods have been closed off to the public for fear of looters no doubt. Last count, we have read where approximately 25 people have been caught looting which I'm sure has been only the tip of the proverbial iceburg. Among those were two Whites and the rest have been Black.

  2. tma_sierrahills says:

    The dog that didn't bark.

    When the Japanese do not loot amidst natural disasters, the American media marvels and attributes it to the remarkable and unique Japanese culture. No doubt. But when people of Western European heritage do not loot amidst natural disasters, it is strangely unremarked upon. (Doing so would highlight an all too unwelcome contrast to groups in America who sometimes see looting as a viable option?)

    "Once again there were no celebrity appeals or Hollywood fundraising telethons to provide relief to those folks in tornado and flood ravaged states."

    Of course a lot of these people, like the Hollywood professional anti-racists, can be seen as our enemies, but sometimes it is hard not to feel sorry for them and their inability to have any special feelings of empathy or solidarity toward their fellow European Americans. In fact, quite the opposite. They are sophisticatedly repelled by their own people.

    Even if they would listen, how would one explain to them what they are missing. It would be like trying to tell someone who is oblivious what it is like to have feelings of closeness for your own immediate family that is living in your house, and how those feelings are stronger than what you would feel toward any family living in any random house down the road.

    Utopian universalism can't satisfy these eons-old human emotional needs. As someone once said, "If all men are brothers, I have no brother."

    I am very proud of A3P for lending a hand to our extended kinfolk.

  3. American3P says:

    Thanks to Arkansas citizens for relief locations and addresses.

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