List of nationalist meetings and demonstrations in America

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Below is a list of nationalist meetings and demonstrations in America.

Contents

1920s

1930s

1930-1934

  • September 1930 - Field day of 500 hooded and robed Klansmen assemble at Peekskill, New York.
  • January 9, 1931 - First Anti-Communist Mass Meeting is held in Carnegie Hall, New York City. Seventy-six different organizations with a combined 300 chapters participated in the event. A second meeting was held the following year.[4]
  • September 2-4, 1933 - Three day convention of the Ku Klux Klan in Freeport, Long Island, New York.
  • May 17, 1934 - 20,000 German-Americans rally in support of DAWA at Madison Square Garden.
  • Summer 1934 - Eleven nationalist leaders met in Lincoln-Turner Hall, Chicago. Those in attendance included Peter Gissibl, leader of the Chicago local of the German-American Bund; Harry A. Jung, director of the American Vigilant Intelligence Federation; and an Englishman by the name of Strath-Gordon. Two others believed to have attended were Colonel E. N. Sanctuary, head of the American Christian Defenders, and Colonel E. M. Hadley, national president of The Paul Reveres. The formation of a United Front was discussed but little came from the meeting.[5]
  • July 1, 1934 - National convention of Friends of the New Germany

1935-1939

1940s

1940-1944

Someday, in the not distant future, the men who are responsible for this (the deliberate attempt to misinform and confuse our people) will be called to account by an aroused and enlightened nation. The attempt to involve our country in war by subterfuge and propaganda is not a crime to be passed over lightly. - Charles A. Lindbergh
  • September 1941 - German American Bund convention in Chicago
  • September 11, 1941 - Lindbergh gives his famous Des Moines, Iowa speech where he identifies the Jews as one group pushing for war.
The three most important groups who have been pressing this country toward war are the British, the Jewish and the Roosevelt administration.

1945-1949

1950s

1950-1954

A Nationalist Convention meets in Chicago at the Atlantic Hotel sponsored by Conde McGinley of Common Sense and Lyrl Clark Van Hyning of Women’s Voice. Delegates numbered 179 representing 80 different organizations with various agendas..[45] Those in attendance included Elizabeth Dilling,[46] Col. Eugene Sanctuary, Myron Fagan,[47] F. C. Sammons, William J. O’Brian, Merwin K. Hart, Upton Close, Kenneth Goff, W. Henry MacFarland, Allen Zoll, Jessica Payne, Suzanna S. Stevenson, Cong. Ralph Gwinn, Cong. Howard Buffett, and George Foster who presided over all the sessions.[48]
Gerald L.K. Smith and his associates were noticeably absent from the official Nationalist Convention. Across town Smith was holding a rival convention in the Gold Room of the Congress Hotel and drew a crowd of 500 people.[49] The Smith faction passed a series of resolutions but split as to whether or not to form a third party. A breakaway group of the Smith faction eventually decided to form the Constitution Party officially holding a meeting the next month in August.[50]
A third faction--consisting of a little more than fifty people--also held their convention at the Como-Inn Restaurant and Hall in Chicago sponsored by Joseph Beauharnais of the White Circle League and John W. Hamilton of the Citizens Protective Association with the stated purpose of forming a new organization called the NAAWP: National Association for the Advancement of White People--basically a copy of the NAACP.[51] The new organization was to be formed by the consolidation of several existing groups. The proposed idea failed; however, the following year Bryant Bowles started a NAAWP group on his own in Washington DC. Those in attendance were Peter Xavier of the National Security League, George D. Higgins of the The Liberty Party, Mrs. Ed C. Alumbaugh of The Spider, Richard Hamel,[52] and Daniel Kurtz of New York Anti-Communist League. Other groups represented were the National Patrick Henry Organization, the Christian Civil League of America, and The White Party of America a Chicago-based group affiliated with the White Circle League.

1955-1959

1960s

1960-1964

1965-1969

  • January 16, 1965 - Annual Conference of the Citizens’ Councils of America held in Montgomery, Alabama.
  • May 15, 1965 - 6,000 attend a UKA North Carolina Klan rally in support of the accused killers of Viola Liuzzo, a northern civil rights worker. CBS News films the event to be included in their documentary on the Klan.
  • August 14, 1966 - UKA rally at Memorial Auditorium in Raleigh, North Carolina. 3,000 people attended protected by 300 policemen from across the state.
  • October 30, 1966 - Robert DePugh of the Minutemen speaks at the Embassy Auditorium in Los Angeles addressing a 200-member meeting of the Patriotic Party.
  • January 6-7, 1967 - Liberty Lobby's Board of Policy first national convention meets in Washington DC. Over 300 people attended.[68]
  • December 10, 1967 - Grand Dragon James Spears of the United Klans of America holds a rally on the steps of the State Capitol in Montgomery Alabama.
  • May 1968 - 3,500 Klansmen met at a United Klans of America gathering in Tuscaloosa, Alabama at the Ramada Inn.
  • January 25, 1969 - National Youth Alliance meeting at Conley’s Motel near Monroeville Penneslavania where National Socialist supporters along with Willis Carto stage a coup and gain control of the group from the young conservatives.[69]
  • February 1, 1969 - National Youth Alliance (anti-Carto faction) meet in Manhattan at the Taft Hotel. C.B. Baker editor of Statecraft and Dennis McMahon NYA National Vice-Chairman spoke at the meeting. Over twenty representatives from nearby colleges attended the meeting.[70] New York City media were present and covered the meeting.
  • June 7-8, 1969 - National convention of the National States Rights Party held in Jacksonville, Florida

1970s

The first National Alliance Convention, held here over Labor Day weekend (Sept 2-3), was a real success in building the NA as an organization. Intelligent, serious and dedicated participants came from as far away as California, Texas and Canada.
The Convention program included reports by National Alliance activists, a feature film presentation, a closing banquet dinner, and seven speeches by NA staff members: Mark Weber examined the cultural crisis of our age, and discussed the right of the Alliance to speak for America. Ted O'Keefe analyzed historical lessons for our revolutionary era, and discussed the outlines of the new order the NA is working to build. Nick Camerota's spirited address on the challenge of recruiting was particularly well received.
Dr. William Pierce, head of the Alliance, was greeted before he began his first speech with a standing ovation. The world view of the NA, he said, sees man as part of an organic whole acting in harmony with Nature by contributing to the development of his race. Only a self-consistent spiritual philosophical foundation rooted in natural law, he stressed, can insure that social political changes will be of lasting benefit.
In his "State of the Alliance" address, Dr. Pierce explained why recruiting efforts for the present are aimed at capable and idealistic potential activists and not at "the masses." The Alliance is not yet large enough to reach and help Majority working class victims of the System seeking relief, he said.
Before the Convention ended, many useful suggestions were discussed for recruiting new supporters and improving the monthly newspaper, National Vanguard.

(From Instauration November 1978, page 24)

  • September 1-2, 1979 - Second General Convention of the National Alliance, Arlington, Virginia. Assistant editor Nick Camerota's talk was "A World to Win". Feature editor Ted O'Keefe's talk was "The Importance of Ideology". Office manage Rosemary Rickey's talk was entitled "How I Made My Life Count". Mark Weber spoke on "The Moral Challenge". Dr. William Pierce spoke on "The Fundamental Values of the National Alliance". Dr. Pierce’s banquet address was titled The Future Belongs to Us.

1980s

1990s

2000s

  • June 22, 2002 - the 14th IHR Conference, in Irvine, California.
  • August 24, 2002 - "Tax Payers Against Terrorism" (anti-Israel) sponsored by the National Alliance in cooperation with other White nationalist groups march on Washington.[81] The FBI estimated over one thousand activists participated in the demonstration.[82]
  • May 29, 2004 - New Orleans Protocol conference held in New Orleans, Louisiana
  • May 20-22, 2005 - European American Conference in New Orleans [8]
  • November 7-9, 2008 - International EURO Conference in Memphis [9]

Notes

  1. 1924: Hatred wore a hood in Jersey
  2. The Ku Klux Klan in American Politics by Arnold S. Rice, page 64
  3. What Price Tolerance?, by Paul M. Winter
  4. Partners in Plunder, the Cost of Business, page 232
  5. Organized Anti-Semitism in America: The Rise of Group Prejudice during the Decade 1930-40, by Donald S. Strong, page 133
  6. Organized anti-Semitism in America by Donald S. Strong, page 23
  7. Gerald L. K. Smith a Political Force
  8. Gerald L. K. Smith a Political Force
  9. The Propaganda Battlefront December 1, 1943
  10. Organized Anti-Semitism in America: The Rise of Group Prejudice during the Decade 1930-40, by Donald S. Strong, page 133
  11. NAZI RALLY ASSAILS AIMS OF COMMUNISM; 4,000 Attend Meeting Called by German American Band to 'Expose Propaganda'
  12. "The Anti-Jewish Propaganda Front" (1937) American Jewish Committee
  13. The Canadian Fuhrer: The Life of Adrien Arcand, by Nadeau Jean-François, page 206
  14. The German American Bund in photos
  15. ADL Report
  16. I Testify Against the Jews by Robert Edward Edmondson, page 105
  17. Organized Anti-Semitism in America; The Rise of Group Prejudice by Donald S. Strong, page 33
  18. German American Bund flier
  19. Fritz Kuhn: The American Fuehrer and the Rise and Fall of the German American Bund, page 90 (95)
  20. American Jewish Committee smear on the Christian Mobilizers
  21. The Columbians, Inc.: a chapter of racial hatred from the post-World War II South
  22. Hoods and Shirts: The Extreme Right in Pennsylvania 1925-1950 by Philip Jenkins
  23. "Big Ovation: 20,000 Pack Holly Bowl for Speech By Noted Aviator", Reading Eagle, June 21, 1941
  24. GLK Smith FBI file
  25. GLK Smith FBI file
  26. FBI recording surveillance of Gerald L.K. Smith March 24-27, 1944
  27. GLK Smith FBI file
  28. GLK Smith FBI file
  29. GLK Smith FBI file
  30. GLK Smith FBI file
  31. GLK Smith FBI file
  32. GLK Smith FBI file
  33. Statement by Gerald L.K. Smith
  34. GLK Smith FBI file
  35. The Plotters, by John Roy Carlson, page 288-289
  36. Kurt Mertig FBI file
  37. The Plotters, by John Roy Carlson, page 139
  38. “Bigots Flock to Monetary Congress”, The Jewish Criterion, November 1, 1946
  39. Kurt Mertig FBI file
  40. The Canadian Jewish Chronicle February 5, 1954 "Heard in the Lobbies", page 11
  41. Cross-Currents by Arnold Forster and Benjamin R. Epstein, page 31
  42. "Anti-Minority Groups Gather in Macon" The Jewish Floridian March 28, 1952
  43. FBI file of HK Thompson
  44. FBI file on HK Thompson
  45. Cross-Currents by Arnold Forster and Benjamin R. Epstein, page 55
  46. "McArthur for President on Nationalist Ticket", Jewish Floridian, July 25, 1952, page 3
  47. FBI report on the White Circle League
  48. Cross-Currents by Arnold Forster and Benjamin R. Epstein, page 48
  49. "McArthur for President on Nationalist Ticket", Jewish Floridian, July 25, 1952, page 3
  50. Cross-Currents by Arnold Forster and Benjamin R. Epstein, page 56
  51. FBI file on the NAAWP (1952)
  52. FBI file on White Circle League
  53. Cross-Currents by Arnold Foster and Benjanin R. Epstein, page 55
  54. Cross-Currents by Arnold Foster and Benjanin R. Epstein, page 56
  55. FBI file
  56. FBI file
  57. FBI file
  58. H.K. Thompson FBI file
  59. Cross-Currents by Arnold Forster and Benjamin R. Epstein, page 50
  60. Cross-Currents by Arnold Foster and Benjanin R. Epstein, pages 160-168
  61. FBI file
  62. FBI file
  63. FBI file
  64. George Lincoln Rockwell: A Sketch Of His Life And Career (1960)
  65. FBI file on Realpolitical Institute
  66. FBI file on Realpolitical Institute
  67. Klan Organizations 1958-1964 (FBI publication)
  68. A History of Liberty Lobby
  69. Revolting Developments
  70. Statecraft February-March 1969, page 4
  71. ACTION No. 38, December 1974
  72. W.L. Pierce FBI file
  73. The Ku Klux Klan in Mississippi: A History by Michael Newton, page 186
  74. International Anti-Semitic Congress]
  75. Ben Klassen: Against The Evil Tide, Milestone Fifty-seven
  76. White Robes and Burning Crosses: A History of the Ku Klux Klan from 1866, by Michael Newton, page 193
  77. National Alliance Bullentin April-May 1986
  78. National Alliance Bullentin July 1986
  79. "Buoyed by acquittal, Miles rallies separatists", Detroit Free Press, May 9, 1988
  80. Smith's Report November 1990
  81. Neo-Nazis Rally in Nation's Capital (ADL)
  82. White Nationalist Extremist Movement (FBI monograph, 2006)

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