Thank you to all who came out for our April meeting! I am very happy to report our speakers for the evening, Peter Brimelow and Louis March, were extremely well-received.
Here at the Thomas Jefferson Club, we do not apologize for Western Civilization; further, we stand steadfast in defense of our Western identity and traditions – the backbone of our American Republic.
Peter Brimelow (http://www.vdare.com/), referencing his 1995 national best-seller, Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster, presented startling immigration statistics that have come to fruition even more rapidly than predicted in his book. Mr. Brimelow discussed two courses for America: A multicultural squabble of nationalities or a strong Republic, committed to self-government and its Western core heritage. He discussed the Political Correctness that permeates all aspects of private, public and political life – from the classroom to the boardroom, often silencing anyone who dares to speak out in defense of European-Americans and Middle America.
Mr. Brimelow also discussed voting trends along demographic lines, citing national elections as far back at the 1970s thru today.& nbsp; Louis March (http://www.repgov.org/) presented, “What Should Conservatives Work to Conserve,” which was met with a standing ovation. Mr. March described in vivid detail what Americans have lost and yet stand to lose in the coming years and decades. He discussed the powers today that are fanatically intent on converting America from a nation of Western descent, to something entirely different.
Mr. March reminded us that Western Civilization includes countless explorers, generals, pioneers and others who conquered four continents in three centuries. Our civilization includes legions of men and women who blazed the trails, sailed the seas and conquered space. And it was Westerners who first soared above the earth and delved deep beneath the ocean’s surface, and even walked upon the moon.
I have never witnessed a more energized and enlightened crowd! At the conclusion of a standing ovation that lasted several minutes, the only comment from the audience was: “How do we get started!?”
A thousand mile journey begins with the first step. And the task before us now is to inspire and build. If you would like to join us in this effort, please reply to this email with your name and full contact information to include address and phone number.
I very much look forward to the future with hope and optimism, our Western forefathers (and mothers!) faced much adversity as well. It is in their spirit that we march forward.
For full coverage of both Peter Brimelow and Louis March’s speech, please visit our friends at Diggers Realm: http://www.diggersrealm.com/mt/archives/003518.html. I would also like to thank RePatriot Radio and the Patriots of Lower Bucks for their support of our meeting. Photos will be up soon on the website, http://www.thomasjeffersonclub.org/. All the best, Jeff McGeary President, Thomas Jefferson Club
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