Populists Rally in Pennsylvania Young activist Matthew Heimbach says now is time for nationalists to join together Traditionalist Worker Party says it stand squarely against oligarchy, plutocracy

Matthew Heimbach, the 24-year-old founder of the Traditionalist
Worker Party, delivered an inspirational speech
at a nationalist conference, which was held on Feb. 13 at
the state museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg, Pa. Heimbach
focused on the platform of his newly formed party,
which he said was created solely for the purpose of helping
America’s struggling working-class families.
John Friend spoke with Matt, who outlined his involvement in the nationalist struggle, the importance of race and identity in an increasingly diverse and multicultural America, the Traditionalist Worker Party, and more, in this interesting interview (23:44).

HARRISBURG, Pa.—Roughly 60
dedicated activists and speakers
attended a conference held at the
State Museum of Pennsylvania in
Harrisburg, Pa., the Keystone
State’s capital, on Saturday, Feb.
13. AFP was on the scene to cover the event, network
with like-minded activists and truth-seekers,
and promote America’s last real newspaper.
The conference brought together a number of
activist organizations, including the Traditionalist
Worker Party, a newly formed political party
whose chairman, Matthew Heimbach, at the
young age of 24 already has a long history of political
activism and organizing.
In 2012, Heimbach founded the White Student
Union at Towson University just outside Baltimore,
Md., an organization that explicitly represented
the interests of white students at the
university and sought to organize events and
speeches on campus.
Heimbach worked primarily with Keystone
United, a Pennsylvania-based white nationalist activist
group originally founded in 2001, in organizing
the conference, which featured several
noteworthy speeches, a bake sale, and ample time
for networking.
“The main purpose of the conference was to
unite productive activists within the pro-white
cause and provide practical solutions, which include
getting involved in local electoral politics,
to erase the problems facing our people today,”
Steve Smith, a leading member of Keystone
United who also spoke at the conference, explained
to AFP.
Heimbach used the opportunity to promote the
Traditionalist Worker Party and spoke eloquently
about the party’s platform, key message, and basic
“We had representatives from half a dozen organizations
who were able to promote a united nationalist
front,” Heimbach told AFP. “Infighting
and disunity has plagued the American nationalist
cause for generations, so one of the goals of the
party is to heal these divisions and unite all devoted
patriotic organizations. The fact we had six
different groups together along with both whiteand
blue-collar folks, including a lot of families,
shows that our party is positioned to represent the
interests of white Americans as a whole. Our goal
was to bring these groups together under the Traditionalist
Worker Party, and we achieved that objective.
2016 is going to be the year of nationalism
both in Europe and in the United States.”
The Traditionalist Worker Party bills itself as
“America’s first political party created by and for
working families” whose mission is “faith, family,
and folk against the politicians and oligarchs who
are running America into the ground.” The party
aims to build a nationwide network of local grassroots
activists and organizations “who will lead
Americans toward a peaceful and prosperous future
free from economic exploitation, federal
tyranny, and anti-Christian degeneracy,” according
to the party’s official website.
A central theme of the conference was the
struggle between the forces of nationalism and
globalism, a topic Heimbach addressed at length
during his opening speech.
“The battle of the 21st century is globalism versus
nationalism because of the very nature of globalism,”
Heimbach explained to AFP. Globalism “is
an ideology of dismantling and destroying ethnic,
religious, and cultural identities in order to create
a world that is one market, under one set of standards,
and under the boot-heel of global financial
oligarchs. In generations past, nationalists on the
left and right side of the spectrum have spent time
fighting one another while globalism breaks down
our respective national sovereignty.”
Heimbach noted that the corrupt duopoly dominating
American electoral politics—namely, the
Republican and Democratic parties—do not represent
the interests of the average American
worker. Rather, they represent the interests of the
elite financial and corporate class who are seeking
to undermine and destroy the sovereignty of this
“Both the Republican and Democratic elites
support legal and illegal immigration for the best
interests of their billionaire donor class,” Heimbach
explained. “Both of these two parties support
free trade agreements that have gutted the
industrial economy of America and shipped millions
of jobs overseas while in turn crushing the
agrarian economy of Mexico and Latin America.
These two parties drive down our wages and destroy
our jobs while they then encourage the people
they impoverished with their policies in Latin
America to migrate to America to compete with
American workers for the few jobs that are left.”
Heimbach hopes to network and collaborate
with other nationalist political parties and organizations
around the world. In recent months,
he has met with and spoken at events in Europe
organized by the Golden Dawn in
Greece and the National Democratic
Party of Germany.
“In order to secure the best interests
and future for our people, we can and
should unite with nationalists from
other nations because healthy and prosperous
nations around the globe are in
the best interests of everyone, except of
course the Zionists and their gentile
lackeys,” Heimbach stated. “We as
American nationalists should support
the right of self-determination and selfgovernance
for all peoples in all nations,
instead of letting the forces of international
finance dominate the lives of free
people, forcing us to fight one another

for the benefit of the bankers.”
By all accounts, the conference was
a huge step forward for the American
nationalist movement.
“The conference brought together a
lot of very active members in our cause to plan
and organize exciting events in the near future,”
Bob Gaus, a long-time member of Keystone
United who played a leading role in organizing the
conference, told AFP. “We hope to increase awareness
of our culture and promote the fact we care
about and cherish the bloodlines of our people
and are willing to stand together as one to make
our goals a success.”
“The American nationalist movement is ready
for this next step,” Heimbach explained. “We need
a party that will fight for white working- and middle-
class families in an age of betrayal by both the
Republican and Democratic parties. Our positions
on strong social values, nationalist economics,
and community building make us a unique party in
The Traditionalist Worker Party has big plans
in the coming weeks and months.
“We will be working over the next few months
to have regional meetings throughout the United
States, and every local chapter will continue to
hold monthly meetings,” Heimbach told AFP. “We
will be launching our quarterly publication for our
members and we have a large number of community
events and demonstrations planned for the
spring and summer. We have chapters in the Mid-
Atlantic, Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio, and California,
and new chapters are forming every single week.
The party is off to a great start, and with the help
and support of nationalists throughout this country
we will begin a true movement that will change
American politics forever.”
Interested AFP readers are encouraged to learn
more about the Traditionalist Worker Party by visiting
their website, www.TradWorker.org. Stay
tuned for future updates on the party.

Matt Heimbach and John Friend at Pennsylvania rally

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