Directors Mark A3P Anniversary With Radio Address
The American Third Position Board of Directors, comprised of Mr. William Johnson, Mr. James Edwards, Dr. Kevin MacDonald, Dr. Tom Sunic, and Mr. Don Wassall, have given a “State of the A3P 2011″ radio address on the occasion of the party’s one-year anniversary.
The Directors briefed listeners on the accomplishments of the A3P during its first year and the goals for the year to come, as well as discussing the issues of most urgent concern to the American people.
Dr. MacDonald talked about the challenges which may be faced by individuals who identify themselves as pro-White. “It’s very heartening that we have had so many people join up,” he said, considering the reprisals they may face by publicly identifying themselves as A3P members.
He continued by noting that anti-White organizations “are there to pounce on anybody who comes out (as pro-White) because they know (the stigma against White solidarity) is something that props up the current multicultural way of doing things. And they are terrified that there will be a powerful group of people who are well-educated and well-informed, that will actually take a position where being White is OK, where we have rights and interests that we should be pursuing.”
The entire radio address may be heard by clicking below:
Will you join these courageous men who boldly speak up for our rights? Become a member of the A3P today.
Category: American Voice, Establishment News
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