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A Day of Activism

Mr. Trump, build Kate’s Wall!

On Sunday, December 3, 2017, Richard Spencer and the National Policy Institute helped lead a demonstration outside of the White House in response to the acquittal, four days prior, of Garcia Zarate, an illegal Mexican immigrant and repeat drug offender who in 2015 killed Kathryn Steinle.

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Together with white advocate and radio personality Mike Enoch, activist leader Eli Mosley, and Traditionalist Worker Party Chairman Matt Heimbach, Spencer and NPI reacted quickly to the news of Zarate’s acquittal, proving once again the effectiveness of street-level activism as well as the organizational capability of the broader Alt Right.

Surrounded by supporters calling on President Trump to build Kate’s Wall, Richard Spencer called on white people to awaken to the truth of their own feeling and the reality of their struggle: that Kate Steinle could have been one of our daughters, and, regardless, was one of us. Below is a recording of the event, which was broadcast live via Richard Spencer’s Periscope.

Background

On November 30, 2017, a jury acquitted Garcia Zarate of murder and manslaughter charges he faced in connection with the death of Kate Steinle, a young, white California native who was strolling with her father on Pier 14 in San Francisco when she was suddenly struck by a bullet from Zarate’s stolen .40-caliber SIG SauerP239.

Zarate, a career drug offender, had repeatedly entered the United States illegally from Mexico since sometime prior to his first arrest in 1991.

In July 2015, when he shot Steinle, Zarate was moving freely within the city of San Francisco after his fifth illegal border crossing into the United States.

Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) had issued a detainer for Zarate in order to gain custody and begin the process of his removal.

But San Francisco is a “sanctuary city” that honors federal immigration law only to a limited extent, under the provisions of its “Due Process for All” ordinance. Electing not to cooperate with ICE, the city had let Zarate go in April.

 

Kate Steinle – and white peoples – need a voice.

When an event occurs that gives rise to fear and anxiety within any racial group, that group has well-funded advocates on Capitol Hill and in the media, who voice its concerns and advance policies to secure its interests.

For example, the Center for American Progress, whose well-appointed offices sit just blocks from the White House and the Capitol, continues to tout the benefits of the very sanctuary policies through which the city of San Francisco facilitated the senseless murder of one of its own young citizens by a frankly degenerate Mexican man who is in the country illegally. The Center’s advocacy is amplified throughout Capitol Hill by a variety of racial and political organizations, including Unidos US (formerly the National Council of La Raza).

Every group is led, at the political level, by professional advocates with a legitimized platform from which to address the public, with one exception: white peoples. Whites are not permitted to express what makes them anxious and fearful, for themselves and their posterity, or alternatively what inspires them and gives them hope. Whites are not permitted to dream or to express what matters to them as a people.

The National Policy Institute will change this.

Our demonstration urging the President and our elected leaders to build Kate’s Wall forced the hostile international media, including the Washington Post, the Daily Mail, the Hill and Fox News, to cover our activity and bring attention to our message.

In relation to other non-profit organizations, we are small. But, through dynamic action, we attract attention out of proportion to our size and resources. Thus, we steer the conversation, whether or not the forces of the establishment want it that way.

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