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Illegal Immigrants or “Undocumented Democrats?”

With ethnic voting “blocs” and “ethnocentric politics” becoming so crucial, a new strategy is needed.

The Hispanic vote, the Black vote, the Jewish vote, the Asian vote… what about the White vote? What “White vote” you ask?

91% of the African American community voted for Barack Obama because of his skin color. Other ethnic groups vote for a candidate that support issues important to their “ethnic bloc”. Many Hispanic voters supported Obama because of his views on immigration and amnesty. Candidates trip over themselves to get votes by “ethnic blocs.”

White Americans have traditionally voted by party affiliation. Voting by party affiliation did not dilute the White vote — when the US population was 80% White. As we approach a minority-majority population, it is more important than ever for White Americans to vote in unison. White Americans can no longer divide their vote between Democrats or Republicans. White Americans need to realign their focus on issues that benefit White Americans as a group. A united White vote is the trend for the future. The American Third Position is the party that represents White Americans and the White American vote! — A3P Editor

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Obama Hosts Amnesty Summit at White House

Only days after launching his 2012 re-election bid, President Obama revived the issue of immigration reform with a meeting at the White House last Tuesday. There, the President hosted approximately 70 guests including former Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Los Angeles City Council President Eric Garcetti, Rev. Al Sharpton and former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez. (Ventura County Star, April 19, 2011) Although the White House press release on the meeting stated that the President planned to discuss how to “build a bipartisan consensus in Congress” on immigration reform, the White House neither invited any Members of Congress nor law enforcement representatives. (The White House Office of the Press Secretary, April 19, 2011)

Noticeably absent from the discussions was Representative Elton Gallegly (R-CA), current Chairman of the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement. (Ventura County Star, April 19, 2011) Rep. Gallegly called the President’s meeting and selective guest list a “summit on amnesty,” noting that the attendees “were obviously people who were not concerned about stopping illegal immigration.” (Id.)

Also absent from the White House gathering were governors from border states. Arizona Governor Jan Brewer said “it was a little bit of a snub” that neither she nor Texas Governor Rick Perry received an invitation from the President. (The Hill, April 20, 2011) Gov. Brewer remarked that since she and Governor Perry are on the front lines working to secure the border, they “should have been afforded that opportunity, to be at the table to help him understand the situation.” (Id.) Arizona’s governor has met with President Obama in the past, during which meeting the President referred to Arizona’s immigration law, S.B. 1070, as “misguided.” (Id.)

One person who did attend the White House meeting, however, was bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Salt Lake City, Utah, John Wester. (The Salt Lake Tribune, April 20, 2011) Wester was a chief architect of the Utah Compact. (The Utah Compact) The Utah Compact is a basic, five-principle outline which urges compassion towards illegal aliens and argues that immigration should be left to the federal government. (The Utah Compact) The leaders of national pro-amnesty groups have spoken out in favor of The Utah Compact and encouraged its principles as a guideline for legislation in the states. (The Salt Lake Tribune, April 20, 2011) Wester reported that the Utah Compact came up during his meeting with the President on Tuesday, and suggested it might be a template for an American Compact. (The Salt Lake Tribune, April 20, 2011)

The White House immigration summit comes at a time when President Obama has been under increasing pressure to rally his base for the 2012 elections. (The Hill, April 20, 2011) In an interview with MSNBC, Representative Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) said that President Obama’s failure to act on immigration reform is making it difficult for him to support him for reelection. (MSNBC, April 19, 2011) He encouraged the President to focus on the immigrant community when creating an agenda for comprehensive immigration reform. (Id.) Representative Gutierrez also warned that the President needs to “shore up his support among the Latino community” in the coming months. (Id.)

Sources inside the meeting indicate the President might be willing to do just that. Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles City Council President and a guest at last week’s meeting, said that Obama indicated he would press for a vote on a bill to help certain undocumented immigrants attain legal status if they attend college or serve in the military. (Ventura County Star, April 19, 2011) Despite the December defeat of the DREAM Act, legislation which holds similar provisions, the President seems intent on pursuing an immigration agenda that has been resoundingly rejected by the American people. This latest meeting of the President’s was scheduled just prior to Obama’s fundraising stops in Nevada and California, two heavily Latino-populated states.

New Jersey A3P Networks at Tax Day Tea Party

New Jersey A3P Networks at Tax Day Tea PartyLocal activists met on the Morristown Green on Saturday, April 16, for the third annual Tax Day Tea Party. The cold wet weather did not deter hardy A3P members and other concerned Americans from exercising their First Amendment! We distributed numerous “Globalization: Not A Good Thing” cards to our fellow, open-minded folk. More importantly, A3P used the occasion to engage in a healthy dialogue by conducting impromptu interviews with some of the other attendees.

Chuck from Morris County said, “We want to keep our own identity. If we globalize we no longer have an identity. Do you want to give up your identity as an American?”

When asked why they were out in the pouring rain for this event, Nancy, a retired area resident, summed it up: “I do not like the direction that the country is going.” Regarding affirmative action, Nancy simply stated that, “…it hasn’t worked.” Linda was there to “Save our country for our Grandchildren.”

Tea Party events have become fertile ground to promote our cause over the last two years. A3P routinely plants seeds at these events throughout Metro New York. Directly engaging our people is one of the most effective ways of conveying our message. Overall this Tea Party event was a very positive and uplifting experience, and A3P successfully brought our message home to many.

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Pennsylvania A3P Chairman Steve Smith Attends District School Board Meeting

April 14 | According to the Wilkes-Barre Times Leader, AFP State Chairman Steve Smith of Pittston and Ryan Wojtowicz of Ashley “…raised concerns about the district’s seeking out minority applicants for teaching positions.”

The two men said they objected to Ron Felton of the NAACP speaking at last month’s meeting to push his “agenda” of hiring minority teachers.

In response to Felton providing the board with the resumes of what he said were three qualified candidates, Superintendent Jeff Namey said they would be at the top of the list when screening begins for the next school year.

“That’s completely anti-white,” said Wojtowicz of the priority treatment given to the minority applicants.

But Namey said that “if a minority applicant is not as qualified as any other applicant, they would not be considered.”

The majority of teachers in the district are white while the number of minority students continues to grow, Namey said. For that reason more role models are needed for the minority population, he added.

Smith was not sold on Namey’s explanation.

During October of 2010 Mr. Smith, along with other A3P activists, attended a meeting hosted by the Wilkes-Barre NAACP to express the injustice of the NAACP’s proposal to hire teachers in the Wilkes-Barre school district based on skin color instead of merit.

The board sat silent on the hiring of minorities, however, it voted unanimously to send a letter to Gov. Tom Corbett expressing its opposition to his proposed cuts in basic education. The district is looking at a loss of between $7 million and $8 million in state funds under the governor’s budget.

One can only wonder why the board sat “silent” when the hypocrisy of the NAACP was exposed once again.

US Census: Hispanics outnumber blacks in metro areas

April 14, 2011 | New figures by the US Census Bureau show Hispanics now outnumber African Americans for the first time in most metropolitan areas.

The figures, from the 2010 Census, illustrate the growing diversity of the 366 metro areas in the US, which are home to 83.7% of the US population.

Hispanics became the largest minority group in 191 of the areas last year.

The data could influence redistricting lines in many states, where political maps are drawn based on population.

The figures released on Thursday are important for the US political process because population determines the number of members a state has in the House of Representatives.

And states draw their own district lines, often taking ethnic voting into account.

Hispanic growth

That Hispanic populations have become the biggest minority groups in an increasing number of metropolitan areas – 191, up from 159 in the 2000 Census – is in part attributed to black populations moving south, leaving behind economically troubled cities in the northern part of the country.

New metropolitan areas where Hispanic populations rose include: Chicago, Illinois; Grand Rapids, Michigan; and Atlantic City, New Jersey – all regions that will lose US House seats in the 2012 elections because of overall population changes.

Last month, the Census Bureau said the total Hispanic population in the US jumped 42% in the last 10 years to 50.5m, the equivalent of one in six Americans.

Black populations increased 11% to 37.7m, or about one in 10 Americans.

“A greater Hispanic presence is now evident in all parts of the country – in large and small metropolitan areas, in the Snowbelt [northern states] and in the Sunbelt [southern states],” William Frey, a demographer at the Brookings Institution, told the Associate Press news agency.

He added: “From now on, local, state and national politicians will need to pay attention to Hispanics rather than treating blacks as the major minority.”

[News Source: BBC]

SoCal A3P Activists Return to Huntington Beach

After a brief hiatus, the A3P’s Southern California activist team hit the streets once again this last Saturday to spread the party’s message to the habitants, pedestrians, and occasional inquisitive transients of the bustling Orange County coastal community of Huntington Beach.

Braving nuclear fallout (and a chance of rain), and having to compete for attention with a man who routinely drives a nail into his face, our activists, stalwart as ever, set up shop in their usual location, erecting the A3P Truth Booth in defiance of all elements and opposition.

“Yes, it can be a bit silly at the Huntington Beach pier sometimes,” clarified local activist Mitch Stevens, while describing the day’s event.  “We’ve actually been up and down much of the Southern California coastline.  The demographic environment where we live is very strange.  Large pockets of individual populations occupy certain areas in such density that these areas are readily understood by everybody to belong to individual, specific races.”

“Whites here are no different, and for every obvious reason, our local activist team has usually sought out for events locations thought to be primarily populated by our people”, continued Mr. Stevens.

“We’ve been to Los Angeles County, and held events there, but none were experiences we’d like to repeat.

“In Southern California, especially in Orange County, Whiteness is generally associated with significant wealth, and I’m confident our activist team has been to some of the wealthiest areas in our country”, said Mitch, “Surprisingly (or not), these areas were “hard-sells,” as was indicated by the title to an article describing our visit to one of them.”

Mr. Stevens elaborated, “The problem we’ve found with very rich areas, even though they are largely populated by white people, is that a seemingly decent sized portion of these whites directly benefit from our nation’s myriad ailments, and are therefore uninterested in pamphlets on ‘Immigration,’ ‘Globalization,’ and ‘American Jobs for American Workers.’  Why stop the invasion of our country, goes their reasoning, when it’s only by an army of dirt-cheap labor?”

“Anyone can go to a local pub in one of these super-rich areas and find the place half-packed before noon on a weekday, filled with the owners of construction companies, landscaping services, housecleaning services, window washing services, etc. – any job these guys can hire middle-aged Mexicans to do for a rate formerly paid to high school sophomores.

“Repatriate millions of illegals, and most of these ‘local business owners’ would have to do some honest work again, rather than merely guzzle beer all day.

“Huntington Beach is different from some other Orange County coastal communities, in that the majority of its residents are still working class white families.  Run-of-the-mill people still live here, and their sons and daughters still grow up with a sense of white working-class pride.

“While certainly not untouched by the ‘enrichment’ brought on by mass-immigration, Huntington Beach, along with Seal Beach and a few other small northern Orange County communities, truly is a beach-side ethnic outpost, the likes of which can’t be found again until reaching Northern California.

 “We like to use the pier area as a regrouping point after any break from our personal outreach campaign because the passersby are usually friendly, and that’s always a morale boost for us. 

“The pier, itself, is also a large tourist attraction, enabling us to frequently speak with people from all over the country.  We find it helpful to learn first-hand what the situation is like in other parts of the country.

“Over the last year, our team has had numerous lengthy conversations with people whose ideas for turning things around are not that different from our own.

“I’d say our hardest fight is against apathy.  People agree with our policies, they just don’t believe we can win.

 “We’ve a threshold to reach, that’s all”, explained Mitch, “If we ever become big enough and ‘cool’ enough, people will choose us because only our ideas make any sense.”

Readers local to the Orange County, California area are encouraged to contact Mitch Stevens and the A3P’s Southern California activist chapter by using the contact feature of this website.

A3P Networks at Campaign for Liberty Training Forum

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.

Whites Undesirable as Students in Ohio

Whites with comparable levels of academic achievement are 8 times less likely than blacks to be admitted to Ohio’s Miami University and 10 times less likely than blacks to be admitted to Ohio State University, according to a recently published report from the Center for Equal Opportunity.

The study analyzes two-year period admissions data for each school and finds that, where test scores and grades are similar, blacks are much preferred to whites, while Asians and Latinos are preferred over whites to a lesser extent.

Firing back in defense of his school’s admissions criteria, Dolan Evanovich, OSU vice president of admissions, pointed to the notion that, while whites are capable of doing well in areas that can be measured objectively, such as test scores and grades, blacks do strikingly better in other areas which cannot be measured with objectivity.

“We are interested in such things as the strength of the applicant’s high school, rigor of curriculum, the strength of their essay and their work experience,” said Evanovich, implying that blacks are admitted over whites with comparable achievement at such an incredible rate on merit alone.

Stressing that racial preference was not the cause of the disparity, or possibly as a stern warning to whites who might dare identity with their people, Evanovich added, “And race is an optional question on the application.”

Claire Wagner, who spoke on behalf of the Miami University admissions office, also denied that her university so strongly favored blacks over whites because of race.

While Miami, like OSU, attaches less weight to the importance of academic achievement in determining its student body, it places more weight on what Wagner describes as geographic, ideological, lifestyle, and socioeconomic diversity.

Whatever the case, whites remain highly undesirable as students at two Ohio universities.

Under an A3P government, public schools that discriminate on the basis of race would lose funding and cease to exist.

Confident Spirit Marks Successful Southern California A3P Meeting

On Saturday, February 5th the A3P’s flagship Southern California unit held the party’s largest meeting to date, providing food, drink, and inspiration for better than sixty local nationalists.

Delivering his message to a diverse crowd ranging from punks to professionals, Chairman Bill Johnson opened the meeting by recounting his latest lobbying efforts and by highlighting how the reception he now encounters differs from that of his last several decades’ activist experience. Chairman Johnson explained that people he knows who only a few years earlier outright rejected his proposals are at least now allowing our perspective a chance to be heard on terms nearing mainstream discourse.

Mr. Johnson concluded by exhorting A3P members and supporters to shine as personal examples of nationalist virtue. He called us to have large and loving families and to teach our children a healthy sense of racial awareness.

The next to speak was Mitch Stevens, an activist from the A3P’s Southern California chapter. Mr. Stevens spoke about the opportunities available to our party through internet broadcasting and other alternative media. He noted a drastic general increase in the popularity of alternative media and stated that our party can develop the capacity to largely circumvent the controlled media by maximizing the use of alternative media sources.

A veteran street-level activist, Mr. Stevens explained the role our internet campaign plays in magnifying the effect of on-the-ground activism. He encouraged members to use the A3P’s online forum to meet one another as a preliminary step toward forming local groups and holding simple activist events.

Third in line was Brian Alexander, another local A3P activist and an expert on third party politics. Prefaced by the notion that “the spirit of resistance is there,” the native Californian then described from experience the hardships families have had to face in order to remain in this area. Recalling the constant cant that there are numerous third parties and that starting another is redundant, Mr. Alexander listed the various state parties with ballot access in California and contrasted their policies with those of the A3P.

Immediately excluding establishment parties and leftist/socialist parties as unappealing to patriotic voters, Mr. Alexander zeroed in on the Libertarians and Constitution Party (AIP) as possessing potential overlap with the A3P.

“The Libertarians can be excluded based upon their proposed immigration policies alone,” asserted Mr. Alexander. “Beside that their ideology disregards the importance of biological relatedness, these people, if given the chance, would flood our country with foreigners, and that is their official policy.”

Mr. Alexander admitted that the Constitution Party, on the other hand, proposes many of the same policies as the A3P, but that they are a reformist party and their solutions are all paper based. Mr. Alexander noted that people make societies, and that insofar as the A3P’s mission is people-based we are that much more grounded in reality than the CP and other parties that dance around fundamental issues.

After a brief intermission, during which party activists and new members and supporters were able to socialize and to use this opportunity to network and plan for the future, the already satisfied audience was treated to another helping in the form of a final speech by historian Mark Weber.

Mr. Weber, a seasoned speaker, was at his best, rousing the crowd and simplifying for his audience complex social phenomena as only a professional historian can. Noting the decline of America’s image in the minds of many foreigners, Mr. Weber reasoned this to be founded in reality and provided examples of cities such as Los Angeles and Detroit as being less than awe inspiring displays of sophistication and might.

Mr. Weber told his audience that the failures of multiculturalism are leaving Americans with a sense of anxiety for the future. Many people, he claimed, do not trust the establishment but have nowhere else to turn. He stressed the importance of A3P style grassroots activism as being necessary to forming effective political opposition movements.

The night concluded with more socializing, both serious and fun, and activists made tentative plans for future events before seeing each other off.

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Stand with the A3P

Results from the latest elections have given many Americans the impression that a reversal of fortune is on the horizon. That these elections were dominated by “conservative” candidates means White Americans turned out in large numbers to vent their frustration against an establishment increasingly transparent about its desire to skin our country.

Although our demographic was able to show we can exhibit a powerful political influence, politicians ostensibly representing our interests remain afraid to openly represent us or to admit they work on our behalf. Even if some are genuine patriots, these people must believe the establishment to be so powerful that only a passive resistance is possible. They certainly must feel it is necessary to “play the game” by working within established parties because they fear our people do not stand a chance on our own.

Efforts within the Republican Party have advertised their departure from the status quo, but even these movements refuse to specify the nature of our misfortunes. None promote solutions for the problems we face. Working within the Republican Party necessitates a degree of compromise incompatible with the magnitude of our impending national disaster.

Members of the American Third Position believe there is little possibility of reforming either party from within. We have listened for decades to hollow promises made by Republicans and Democrats. Each party is firmly controlled by entrenched interests entirely opposed to the liberty of our people. In the end, both parties always stab us in the back.

A3P members understand the challenges facing independent political parties, but we also appreciate that our effort is meant to outlast individual candidates and election cycles. The A3P will eventually develop the capacity to run candidates all over the country, and these candidates will be backed by the resources of our continually growing national organization.

Americans require a true voice. We deserve a party without pretense. The American Third Position unabashedly advocates on our behalf. Help the A3P finally provide Americans a chance.

Join here: http://american3p.org/uncategorized/membership/

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