European American Heritage Celebration a Success!

The A3P Pennsylvania State Party, led by the PA State Party Chairman Steve Smith, hosted an outstanding European American Heritage Celebration on Saturday, August 14, 2010.

The event was attended by dozens of patriots, many of whom are A3P party members who traveled from various locations in the Northeast to participate.

In addition to the good company and delicious food, the A3P Pennsylvania State Party treated the guests with the musical talents of Matt Giambra.

The event lasted well into the early evening with the participants enjoying the company and conversation of fellow Party Members and like-minded patriots.

A good time was had by all that attended.

Category: American Voice

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  1. Sean says:

    Sounds like a great time, I wish we had something like that down in Florida.

  2. Donn says:

    Speaking from Mexican occupied southern California, it is wonderful to see white people organizing to enjoy each other's fellowship and to organize the protect what's left of us.

  3. American3P says:

    Sounds like a blast. Thanks for putting it on.

  4. sonicwhip says:

    soon we will work towards a white heritage month!

  5. Erik says:

    I'm sure the event was a success, but it seems a bit inappropriate to use the European Union's flag to represent Europe. Every European nationalist party opposes the EU, which does not work for the interests of the indigenous European peoples. Plus it excludes countries like Norway that aren't a part of the Union.

  6. fantazos says:

    It most probably was a practical shorthand choice to use EU flag.To use a colorful display of all national flags of European countries would be so much more appropriate.Not a "melting pot"flag of bloated beaurocracy.What breaks my heart though is to see how tiny ,numerically we are at this moment.

  7. Victoria says:

    I guess it's a matter of perspective, because I find the number of people in the group photo very heartening. Just remember every movement has to start somewhere, and the A3P is growing, not shrinking. The groups in the future will be larger.

  8. RobCloak says:

    EU flag was a bad choice.

  9. Rusty says:

    Tough call on the flags; symbols are a tricky business. Though I am a real American (of English, Welsh, Scotch, Irish descent), even the American flag is becoming a stranger to me. It seems to represent to most people now nothing which I can recognize as historically American. I don't like the EU (or the UN).

    I hope the A3P stays as mainstream as possible and continues to grow. It would be nice to have someone looking out for my and my family's interests for a change. Family, local government, freedom of association, and nationalism are real and healthy, and it's nice to see that some people still understand that.