From the American Freedom Party website, July 12th, 2016:
by Matthew Heimbach — The growth of the Traditionalist Worker Party has humbled me and every member of our leadership team. Through your sacrifices we are establishing new chapters, planning new projects, and we have now made our first political endorsement!
Rick Tyler is a 2016 independent candidate seeking election to the U.S. House to represent the 3rd Congressional District of Tennessee under the motto of “Make America White Again.” Mr. Tyler has happily accepted our endorsement and asked for assistance from our Party to help him in his race.
And now Chairman William Johnson and the American Freedom Party also endorse Rick Tyler.
Mr. Tyler is a family man, small business owner and utterly devoted to building a better future for his children, grandchildren and all White children. His positions include supporting Traditional values, supporting symbols of our people that are under attack such as the Confederate battle flag, restoring sovereignty to the States and local communities, and opposing both globalism and Zionism.
While we had planned a rally in New York for July 30th, Mr. Tyler asked if we could bump the event in New York back a bit in order to help him with his kickoff rally in Tennessee. While the enemy took down Mr. Tyler’s billboards in TN, he has purchased a campaign bus with a billboard on each side to ensure that all the people of East Tennessee will see his message. July 30th was his original planned day to unveil the bus and our Party is happy to be there to stand in solidarity and support of Mr. Tyler.
His first campaign rally that will include live music performed by our very own Paddy Tarleton, speeches by nationalist leaders (myself included), activism, and fellowship. It will be on friendly private property, without any knife fighting or any hordes of knife-wielding trannies and illegals.
The rally will be on July 30th at the White Water Grill which is located at 1224 Hwy 64, Ocoee, TN 37361, with festivities kicking off at 10am and going throughout the day. The Grill is owned by Mr. Tyler so be sure to bring an appetite to help support a fellow nationalist’s small business and prepare for a day of fun, unity, and most importantly; action!
All Party comrades who can attend are asked to wear their Party shirts to the event and come prepared for an exciting debut for our Party’s first endorsed candidate. While we’re working hard to set everything up with our local chapters, this will likely be the first opportunity many of you will have to meet your fellow comrades.
Stand strong my brothers and sisters. The pendulum of history is swinging in our favor and through our first candidate we shall show the potential our Party has to challenge the political Establishment. I hope to see many of you on July 30th! Hail Victory!
ATPR: According to the website of the Traditionalist Workers Party, the party promotes:
European-Americans are the descendants of indigenous people of Europe. They are often identified on government forms as Caucasian or ‘white’. We believe that European-American identity is under constant attack by members of American institutions such as the state, education, culture and even churches. We reject racial supremacism, and believe all the world’s peoples should embrace and celebrate their sacred heritage and identities.
Tradition is more than the healthy habits of one’s forefathers. It’s an entirely different approach to life, one centered on the transcendent, perennial, and organic over the material, individual, and selfish life.
For most of European and and European-American history, until the 20th century, social and economic institutions were established at a local level. This made it possible for people to understand and interact directly with those institutions. You could say they had a human scale.
According to metapedia.org, ethnopluralists assert the principle of “right to difference”, even defending the identities of immigrants, and argue for regional ethnic or racial separatism (the plurality of ethno-identities). It is therefore multiculturalism in the sense of multiple cultures or ethnicities existing in a country, but seperated in their own enclaves, to safeguard those differences.