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The Letter from the National Alliance Chairman They Wouldn’t Publish

Since we have our own media, we’ll publish it.

by William White Williams
Chairman, National Alliance

WITH SO MANY FOLKS communicating their thoughts on social media these days, and print media waning due to people getting their news on the Internet, subscriptions to local newspapers are way down, as are the once-popular letters to the editors (LTEs) of those papers. However, they are still a good way to reach neighbors who continue to subscribe to their local papers. I just submitted one to our local paper, The Tomahawk, here in Upper East Tennessee where the Alliance’s National Office is located. I did not mention our Alliance in this LTE, but since I’ve lived here for more than 30 years a good number of this relatively sparsely-populated county’s residents know who I am and are aware of my opinions, especially on matters of race. If they had chosen to publish it, it would have appeared in their 5 January issue. I encourage others to write LTEs. (Some will be published. Not all local editors shy completely away from controversy; they need to sell papers.) You never know what good can come from one, if it resonates with others.

I could not include images with this LTE, but will include a couple here that I’d describe as “saying a thousand words.”

Dear Editor,

A 30-year-plus resident of Johnson County, I’ve come to love our community and its salt-of-the-earth mountain people, and enjoy keeping up with things by reading my Tomahawk. It’s edifying for me to see group photos in our paper of all four JCMS basketball teams — boys, girls, varsity and JV — and every face in the photos is a White face. Makes me feel I’m living among my own kin.

One piece of junk mail I received along with The Tomahawk is a full-color, 8-page brochure addressed to “Our Neighbor.” It’s from the Mountain City Church of Christ (MCCoC). It didn’t strike me as being so odd at first since our county has around 70 churches, all competing for our souls and pledges. What did strike me as curious about this brochure, however, was the photo of a Black man on the front, along with photos of other non-Whites pictured throughout.

What neighbors are MCCoC appealing to with this slick circular? The answer is perhaps found on the inside back cover — a photo montage of 20 or so faces, all but one being non-White. That image accompanies a Scripture-filled piece that asks “What is Racism?” It tells us that “racism is caused by pride,” and concludes: “Racism isn’t about skin, it’s about sin.”

Am I the only Johnsonian who finds this racial contrast unusually odd in our nearly all-White county? Does MCCoC preach Critical Race Theory and other guilt trips on White Americans from its pulpit? Thank goodness there aren’t monuments here to Confederate generals for anti-White groups to topple. Hopefully, Lt. Col. Butler never owned a slave or his beloved mansion might not be safe from Black Lives Matter and Antifa arsonists.

Will Williams — Laurel Bloomery

(The mention of the Butler mansion at the end of my letter refers to the historically preserved estate of Union Lt. Col. Butler, who attempted to get East Tennessee to secede from Tennessee in order to join with the Union.)

The Butler mansion

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Patrick Pappano
Patrick Pappano
1 February, 2022 8:22 am

In the 18th century, the governor of South Carolina tried to stop the import of black slaves but was overruled by George III who was the Bank of England puppet. Slaves were wanted by the Bank for profit and destruction of the American civilization. So the black slaves kept coming and it was the best thing that ever happened to them because it got them out of Africa. But just as they were unable to create a civilization in Africa, they couldn’t do it in America. The southern population was content to just let them find their own way, but that was not acceptable. The Civil War was ginned up to force the southerners to accept the negro as a political equal, in their own land! And the dutiful Yankee… Read more »

Elfriede
Elfriede
Reply to  Patrick Pappano
1 February, 2022 12:06 pm

Now I ask you, who is at fault here, the Governor of South Carolina, King George III, The Bank of England, the black man, or those fine white boys who made it all happen?

If the 2012 Portal blog is to be believed, then the guilt is on what they call the primary anomaly and beings who rely on it from the get-go.

— Elfriede Lentner

William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Patrick Pappano
1 February, 2022 11:29 pm

When I wrote that letter it had nothing to do with slavery or who was responsible for it. I didn’t know much about Lt. Colonel Roderick Butler. But being a Tennesseean I wrongly assumed he had been a Confederate officer, a general even. I’d passed his impressive mansion thousands of times over the years and every reader of The Tomahawk is familiar with the Butler mansion — but I added the paragraph above the photo of his mansion here for readers of National Vanguard who likely would not be aware of that reference to it at the end of he letter. There were very few Negro slaves in mountainous Upper East Tennessee in that era, but Butler was an abolitionist. What impressed me about him wasn’t that, but his leadership… Read more »

penrose
penrose
Reply to  Patrick Pappano
2 February, 2022 11:40 am

Can you imagine discovering a new continent and then bringing in from the old ones the bottom of the evolutionary scale by every measure one can think of? It boggles the mind. Evolution 2.0, please save us from these intense intellectual deficiences.

Victoria
Victoria
Reply to  Patrick Pappano
5 February, 2022 9:13 pm

What does not make sense is that in 1808 under Thomas Jefferson African Slave trade to the United States became illegal.

Lazaris Procrustes
Lazaris Procrustes
1 February, 2022 9:50 am

Kudos! They go walloped by an iron fist in a velvet glove! They hate that!

2000 yrs. of Christianity has come to this: To be truly Christian, bring some people of color to your hills and mountains, you racist white people!

I would rather commune with nature spirits.

Elfriede
Elfriede
Reply to  Lazaris Procrustes
1 February, 2022 12:20 pm

I would rather commune with nature spirits.

Me too, perhaps with some Ouija board with Elder Futhark runes.

— Elfriede Lentner

Lazaris Procrustes
Lazaris Procrustes
Reply to  Elfriede
4 February, 2022 7:25 pm

I have looked on this website for an article about the Runes. I would really like to know more about them. It sounds like a Germanic Tarot.

Jim - National Alliance Staff
Jim - National Alliance Staff
Reply to  Lazaris Procrustes
5 February, 2022 1:36 am

Look instead to a few books on the topic, one being Rune Lore by Thorolf Wardle available from the Cosmotheist Church book store. Another would be a title we hope to carry again, The Secret of the Runes by Guido Von List.

Lazaris Procrustes
Lazaris Procrustes
Reply to  Jim - National Alliance Staff
5 February, 2022 9:07 am

Thanks, Jim. There seems to be a big respect for the Runes, but I have not a clue as to what they are. Some kind of fortune-telling dominoes.

William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Lazaris Procrustes
5 February, 2022 7:09 pm

Ha! You may have Runes confused with Tarot cards. Runes are the symbols of a pre-Christian European alphabet, or futhark.

A correspondent sent us an excellent video last month by a Rune Master that we put up on our little forum, here: https://whitebiocentrism.com/viewtopic.php?f=10&t=6&start=30

The ancient European Life Rune, the symbol of our National Alliance for more than 50 years, and which our Jewish enemies call a “hate symbol,” is well explained by Rune Master Arith Härger in his The Runes: Algiz ‮ᛉ‬ — along with its deeper spiritual meanings and good advice that is rooted in the symbol.

Lazaris Procrustes
Lazaris Procrustes
Reply to  William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
6 February, 2022 9:00 am

Thank you for that link, Will. Very interesting. I watched the entire video, and went to Arith’s website. He is a shaman and an artist.

L. B. Blakeney
L. B. Blakeney
Reply to  Lazaris Procrustes
13 February, 2022 12:40 am

I learned about runes in my 11th grade British literature class.

Elfriede
Elfriede
Reply to  Lazaris Procrustes
6 February, 2022 12:30 am

Commune with the Galactic Central Sun if you want.

Victoria
Victoria
Reply to  Lazaris Procrustes
6 February, 2022 9:14 am

Lazaris, Why do you see the upper Tennesse people as racist just because they want to preserve their people. You, yourself sound racist. Even Mohammed Ali wanted his children to look like him, go find the interview, it’s fascinating. Martin Luther King went to an all black college, that is still an all black college today, Morehouse College.

Lazaris Procrustes
Lazaris Procrustes
Reply to  Victoria
6 February, 2022 7:10 pm

I don’t see them as racist, Virginia; I was being sarcastic. The Church of Christ flyer that Will reported on seemed to imply that to be truly Christian, that the good people of East Tennessee would need to import some people of color. I think that this is nonsense, so I was being sarcastic. It seems like the upper echelon of every denomination is now libtard. The libtards don’t know reality like the people of East Tennessee do,. or like the Appalachian Christians of old did. These libtard softies have probably never done any skilled labor—bricklaying, stone masonry, carpentry, plumbing, etc.–in their entire lives. Probably never hunted or fished, either. Probably never walked a mountain trail at night—much too frightening! I hope I don’t sound racist because I am not… Read more »

Victoria
Victoria
Reply to  Lazaris Procrustes
6 February, 2022 9:06 pm

Sorry Lazaris for reading it out of what was meant. I am always on defense mode when it comes to defending my race. I was raised around sarcastic humor, I did wonder the possibility.

William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Lazaris Procrustes
7 February, 2022 8:35 pm

Lazaris: The Church of Christ flyer that Will reported on seemed to imply that to be truly Christian, that the good people of East Tennessee would need to import some people of color. I think that this is nonsense, so I was being sarcastic… I hope I don’t sound racist because I am not racist but racialist. … I’m racist, and proud to admit it. They hate that. Call me a racialist. I’m fine with that though it sort of seems to deny admitting being a proud White racist the second worst thing a person can be called — just under “Nazi.” I prefer to identify myself as a “race thinker,” or a “racial loyalist,” but that doesn’t matter to them — they prefer Nazi or racist. OK. So be… Read more »

L. B. Blakeney
L. B. Blakeney
Reply to  William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
13 February, 2022 12:46 am

I own the word racist and neo Nazi as well, because I’m done trying to deny it, and done even hiding it.
If nonwhites get their widdle feelings hurt, then hahaha!

Walt Hampton
Walt Hampton
1 February, 2022 10:10 am

Christianity: The enemy inside the gate.

penrose
penrose
Reply to  Walt Hampton
1 February, 2022 1:23 pm

There are good religions and there are bad religions. Religions which promote healthy genetic practices and a healthy society are good. Those which promote the opposite are bad. Some religions, as with all organizations, may start out good and become bad. Observe that I say nothing about true or false. Most religions are simply applied mythology. Taking them at face value is similar to believing in Santa Clause or the Easter Bunny. Oh well, Evolution 2.0 awaits the chosen few.

MichaelR
MichaelR
1 February, 2022 10:49 pm

May ALL of America’s youth, and I do mean ALL, one day resemble that Longhorn team! We can make it happen. We will. We must. And may all anti-Whites be damned in my lifetime, and I do mean ALL.

eah
eah
3 February, 2022 9:04 am

Makes me feel I’m living among my own kin.

Recently I watched a few streams of small college (NCAA) basketball games — these are liberal arts schools in the East, many with a religious affiliation — often fewer than 5k students — typically they are rather selective with tuition in the $50k range — and what I see is that the men’s basketball teams are predominantly, if not entirely, black, while the cheerleaders are nearly all young white women — I find this bizarre and unsettling — I know 20 years or so ago, just one college generation, it wasn’t like that.

The corruption of admission standards to serve athletics, before mostly at the larger public universities, but now even at the smaller colleges, is an underreported scandal.

penrose
penrose
Reply to  eah
3 February, 2022 8:48 pm

The three pillars of the American Educational System are Basketball, Baseball, and Football. I once wrote a letter to a newspaper which said this. Much to my surprise, it was published. I was teaching at the time. Only one person at the school saw or acknowledged the letter. I wonder why?

Is anybody here familiar with a DAO? It’s time to create one.

Anon y. Mous
Anon y. Mous
6 February, 2022 12:35 am

Perhaps a bit off topic, but does anyone ELSE notice that the very acts of sabotage that Hitler wrote about in Mein Kampf, the pushing of pornography, incest-(Talmudic right they claim), cross-gendering, attacks on political views that go against jewish agendas, etc. as well as the many nations that have all tossed the jews out at one time or another be it 109 or more or less, are EXACTLY what they are once again selling here in America right now? I mean down to a T. All roads lead back to them whether you believe it is the Freemasons-(Jewish founded), the Illuminati-(Jewish founded), the NAACP and the antagonism between races-(Jewish founded), Transgenderism-(Jewish founded), etc. is all back again? It’s like this one group simply cannot find a new tune and… Read more »

Lazaris Procrustes
Lazaris Procrustes
Reply to  Anon y. Mous
6 February, 2022 7:24 pm

Mous, in my reading about the Ohio Frontier, I saw that the Indians would use the same trick over and over to fool the white people. They would act like they were retreating, only to draw the whites into an ambush. It worked over and over and over again. I have since read that other Oriental-type people used the same ruse against Europeans, in other countries. It also worked over and over again. The Jews have figured out the same kind of tricks that we fall for, over and over. We have to wise up! We are simply too trusting, in a sense, or too chivalrous. We must learn to see the reality behind the appearance, the tricks and the misdirections behind what seems to be obvious. That is why… Read more »

Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Anon y. Mous
6 February, 2022 8:09 pm

Anon y. Mous: Perhaps a bit off topic…

Perhaps a little.

Servenet
Servenet
6 February, 2022 12:34 pm

As an Evangelical Christian I can/must admit that the ¨Church¨ (in my case, Protestant) has been ¨educated¨ with post WWII racial (in particular) egalitarianism. It is one reason I have left the traditional community/traditional type of church and meet apart from this paradigm. However, in my long experience in churches in many places and a number of states throughout the US, there was only one that overtly rankled (on relatively rare occasion) with the racial universalism doctrine and this only recently. One very large denominational church I most recently attended received my very explicit pro-White assertions in Sunday School quite readily. Granted, they were largely the older crowd but still around, still paying taxes and voting though such is futile. My larger point is that there are absolutely no institutions… Read more »

Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Will W. Williams * National Alliance Chairman
Reply to  Servenet
6 February, 2022 8:31 pm

Servenet: As an Evangelical Christian I can/must admit that the ¨Church¨ (in my case, Protestant) has been ¨educated¨ with post WWII racial (in particular) egalitarianism…

My larger point is that there are absolutely no institutions that are immune from massive, generational long quotidian propaganda…

Since you like to comment here at National Vanguard, you might want to look into our Cosmotheist Church. That’s one institution that does not allow quotidian propaganda to creep in, especially that everyday evangelical sort.

William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
William W Williams * National Alliance Chairman
13 April, 2022 9:36 pm

Comments here got way off the topic of writing letters to editors of publications, particularly our local newspapers. I’ll bring it back with this. Persistence pays. Though The Tomahawk chose to not publish that letter in February, today’s edition did feature one from me. It’s temperate and not racial at all like the unpublished one, but makes a point that will find agreement from many of my local paper’s level-headed readers who have had a bellyful of PC word changers. Gay means queer, so does a rainbow. It is said that Johnson County, Tennessee, was at one time the most conservative county in the entire nation. — Dear Editor,   I take exception to the 6 April article in The Tomahawk by freelance writer Ms. Prudhomme about gender discrimination in our community.… Read more »