The founder of the Falange, Jose Antonio, famously said,
“Nobody was ever born a member of a political party; on the contrary, we are all born members of one family; we are all citizens of one Municipality; we all press forward in the exercise of one task of work.”
The Christmas Parade was our first major event working within local communities to begin to introduce our symbol, our messaging, and the purpose of our Party. Before the march we met up and held a meeting to discuss recruitment efforts, organizing a food drive for local needy families, tactics for running campaigns on the local level, and of course having a great deal of fellowship between comrades.
There’s much more work for us to do. We have ourselves an uphill battle and the enemies of faith, family, and folk aren’t going to yield an inch without struggle. But what’s clear is that the elites have so thoroughly discredited themselves with Middle America that for the first time in decades, people are willing to give our case a hearing. We can and should step over the perennial argument in identitarian circles, the one over whether we should try to trick normies into supporting our cause or whether we should work around them.
This approach is working and will continue to work because the Silent Majority of White Americans agree with most if not all of our positions. The vision our Party has of building an organic and healthy society is one that every husband, every wife and every child can get behind, it means a future that is safe, wholesome, and thriving instead of the current age of stagnation, degeneracy, and both demographic and cultural death.
Together, our Party comrades marched with two standards of our Party; a Party flag and a banner on the front of one of our members trucks while handing out literature and candy canes to those lining the parade route. The people of Madisonville got to see our symbol for the first and certainly not the last time, carried by both familiar local faces and a handful of new faces like mine.
In the parade our chapter had hundreds of candy canes to local children that had the message “Local Solutions to the Globalist Problem www.tradworker.org” stapled to them. The kids absolutely loved the candy and I believe that many of their parents when seeing the message will investigate our Party and join to fight for their children’s future.
When we reached the center of town the announcers on a giant P.A system announced our Party name and our motto and the crowd responded warmly with one man who we had given literature to shouting out “Screw the Republicans and Democrats!” Truly the people are awakening that the political class has abandoned them and that it is time for a new Party to take up the battle standard and fight for them.
Overall, this march was an extremely successful event and folks should keep on the lookout for more participation in local events by the Traditionalist Worker Party. The future belongs to us, but only if we seize it.