On The Daily Traditionalist With Matt Heimbach
The Daily Traditionalist: Cultural Genocide in America on Radio Aryan
Matthew Heimbach was joined again today by John Friend to discuss a variety of topics. Our show started off with a discussion of recent interviews and work that John has been doing at The Realist Report specifically attacking the media lies and half-truths about National Socialism. John also interviewed Traditional Worker Party Mid-Atlantic Chairman Paddy Tarleton in a discussion on his racial awakening, TWP activism and his recently released music project.
Matt and John began a discussion over the recent change to the American $20 bill and the implications of cultural genocide against White Americans.
Beginning with the removal of the Confederate flag in South Carolina to discussions of destroying the Confederate monument at Stone Mountain and even plans to dig up the bodies of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife, the forces of multiculturalism have long been working to dismantle any symbols of White identity and heritage in America.
While this cultural genocide began with Confederate symbols, all White American icons and symbols are now under attack. Just as the Bolsheviks destroyed symbols of the Tsarist regime after their takeover and ISIS is destroying ancient archaeological sites and churches in the Middle East, the forces of multiculturalism will stop at nothing to remove all symbols of White America as they attempt to rewrite history.
To combat this cultural genocide, Matt and John discuss how important it is to raise our children with our heroes, myths and history; because the Establishment sure as heck won’t.
In celebration of Earth Day, Matt and John then go into how we have for far too long allowed the Left to dominate the environmental issue. Conservatives align with globalist plans to loot and destroy the planet while the Left puts the environment first, nationalists need to extol an organic view of humanity and nature to create a sustainable future for our children. By identifying as conservationists, we seek to not only conserve our people, but the land that they live on for the sake of future generations.