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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.

Newly Formed South Carolina Chapter of A3P Gets Active

The newly formed South Carolina Chapter of the American Third Position has attended a rally in Columbia, reports A3P organizer Renee Marshall.

At the rally, which was sponsored by the South Carolina Conservative Action Council (SCCAC), Renee and her team of activists distributed hundreds of pieces of A3P literature and networked with the crowd of attendees, who were extremely receptive to the A3P message.

The rally was held on the grounds of the Statehouse of South Carolina, in the exact location where an NAACP-led  Martin Luther King rally took place one month earlier.

“As we discussed the platforms and positions of the the American Third Position with the rally attendees”, stated Renee Marshall, ” we found that we were championed as bearers of a long overdue message:  That our own people deserve to have a political voice.”

Renee continued, “This rally had a duality of purpose.  First, it was held to commemorate the 146th anniversary of the razing of Columbia by General Sherman during the Civil War, which is seen by most white locals as the first brutal attempt by our federal government to suppress the strong white identity in the South.”

“And, second, the rally was held in response to the NAACP’s rally held one month prior.  The intent of the NAACP’s rally was to call for further suppression of white identity and cultural awareness by demanding the state address a string of ‘racial disparities’ and the removal of Confederate Flag from display at a Confederate memorial”, said Renee.


“During the NAACP rally, they covered up the statue of George Washington because it was deemed offensive by the organizers”, said Renee. “And we, as well as the majority of whites in South Carolina, find that unacceptable.  They cannot just ignore our cultural roots.  They, like true Marxists, are employing a bizarre set of double standards; they are doing exactly what they accuse the state and whites of.”

“The A3P in South Carolina is here to gain support and political influence and to promote the concept of ‘Liberty. Sovereignty, and Identity’ fostered by The American Third Position”, concluded Renee Marshall.

The American Third Position is proud to have committed organizers such as Renee Marshall and her team of activist in its ranks who are determined to stand up for the rights of white Americans no matter what politically correct opposition is put in their path.

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