Montel Williams says Billy Roper’s endorsement can deliver enough “racist” votes for Jan Morgan to win AR. Governor’s race.

After former Arkansas gubernatorial candidate Billy Roper, the coordinator of The ShieldWall Network and an author who coined the phrase ‘Balk Right’ to describe the political philosophy of those who share his view of the coming breakup of the United States into racial ethnostates, publicly endorsed Jan Morgan for governor in the Arkansas Republican primary election against RINO cuck Asa Hutchinson last weekend, liberals lost their minds.

Hutchinson’s former stepandfetchit Trent Minner took the time to help advertise the ShieldWall Network website, as did Nate Bell. It’s nice to know they read our articles, and now many more Arkansans will, as well. Bell, famous for misquoting Hitler and promoting Holocaust museums, is so liberal that he abandoned the Republican party in 2015, when he joined with black activists to attempt to promote the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday at the expense of the Robert E. Lee birthday. That stance was so unpopular that Bell did not run for reelection.

Most telling, however, was a tweet from obsolete farm machinery and washed up former tv personality Montel Williams, who stated that an endorsement by Roper could deliver enough pro-White votes for Morgan to defeat Hutchinson, largely seen as the establishment candidate, on May 22nd.

While Williams may have overestimated how many White Arkansas voters are willing to stand up against the giant corporate interests of Wal-Mart and Tyson Foods at this point, the fact is that the tide is turning against leftists of both political parties. Most Whites, though, understand already that they will not be allowed to vote their way back into control of their destiny as a people. More and  more of them are becoming disenchanted with Civic Nationalism and joining the Balk Right. Whether they disavow our support or not, and whether they win or not, doesn’t matter. Protest campaigns against establishment candidates, especially when they help garner attention for more forthrightly pro-White projects such as the ShieldWall Network, help polarize, divide, and shift the Hegelian dialectic rightwards towards our ultimate awakening and victory. Go Jan Morgan, kick Asa!

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Billy Roper and The ShieldWall Network endorse Jan Morgan for Governor

Unusual For Incumbent Gov. To Have Serious Primary Race: Why now?

RINO (Republican In Name Only) Cuck Asshole Hutchinson, an anti-White liberal, got his start in politics when he worked to destroy a White Christian political organization and send its members and supporters to prison. He hasn’t gotten any better since. In fact, he is infamous for signing the extradition order sending one of his own citizens, Jacob Goodwin, to Virginia without review or consideration to rot in prison there after a mock trial. Many Arkansans who are not slaves to the Wal-Mart/Tyson corporate cabal in the state are now awakening to the Hutchinson puppetry.  When Asa met with ShieldWall Network Coordinator Billy Roper shortly after returning to Arkansas from Washington, where he became a part of the Deep State, Hutchinson expressed to Roper his support for amnesty for illegal immigrants in the state, as well as granting them in-state college tuition rates and scholarships. This, along with other revelations about statewide  machine politics, prompted Roper to run for Governor against the establishment himself.  On May 22nd, Billy Roper and the ShieldWall Network endorse Jan Morgan in the Republican primary election for Governor of Arkansas. 

From ‘Conduit For Action’. 

The May 22 primary between incumbent Gov. Asa Hutchinson and Jan Morgan is unlike any we have seen in decades. How? Incumbent governors haven’t had a competitive race in their own primary in a very long time.

People born after mid-1972 have never voted in a primary election where an incumbent governor had a competitive primary race. Not since Governor Bill Clinton ran for re-election in 1990 has an incumbent governor had a meaningful primary.

Incumbent governors ran for re-election in 1994, 1998, 2002, and 2010. In two of those years, (1994 and 2010) the incumbent governor escaped without any primary election opponent. In the other two primaries the incumbent governor received at least 85.44% of the vote in his primary.[i]

The only published poll for this Republican primary is the Talk Business & Politics-Hendrix College Poll of 676 GOP voters.  The poll was conducted on April 17-19. In the poll Hutchinson had 57.5%, Jan Morgan 30.5%, and 12% undecided. The poll was reported as good news for Hutchinson, but is it?

  • First,  the early poll with 42.5% not saying “Hutchinson” shows a huge problem for the Governor, considering he has been governor for four years and considering over the past 24 years incumbent governors have had no more than token opposition.
  • Second, Morgan was relatively unknown to voters. When the poll was done, there were no Morgan campaign signs to be found; no campaign ads for Morgan airing; and the liberal media paid little attention to Morgan, while filling up newspapers and media reports with everything Hutchinson had to say.

Morgan’s campaign has been largely word of mouth and social media. Yet, she is being met with large crowds wherever she speaks. Hutchinson and Morgan spoke at separate events in Benton on May 3. She drew the much larger crowd which would not have fit in the venue where Hutchinson spoke.

The positives for Governor Hutchinson are: he has the power of incumbency, a huge campaign war chest to fund his media barrage, and has done a lot of favors.

The negatives for the Governor are: Morgan is an articulate speaker with a solid conservative message of believing “in smaller, transparent, Constitutional government that puts more money and freedom back in the hands of the people.” The Morgan campaign has developed into a true grassroots movement. And, Hutchinson is carrying a lot of political baggage from positions that run counter to the traditional republican base.

If you have to ask, “What baggage?” you have been only listening to the liberal media. SOME of Hutchinson’s negatives with conservatives include:

Fiscal issues such as:

  • Broken promises not to raise ANY taxes.
  • Supporting more taxes even after the legislature refused to pass them.
  • Spending state funds on “Arkansas Works” which provides Obamacare Medicaid Expansion coverage primarily to able bodied working age people, at a time when Arkansas’s disabled citizens are not served or are under-served, and they have had to resort to a lawsuit.
  • Proposing across the board increases for state agencies without examining whether some agency budgets should be reduced because the programs may not be working or are low priority programs.
  • Growing the size of government

Social issues:

  • Insisting the legislature take back the religious freedom legislation it passed and substitute a watered-down version.
  • Opposing legislation to prevent sanctuary policies on public college campuses.
  • Opposing the so-called bathroom bill concerning self-identification as the opposite gender.
  • Refused to sign the law banning Sharia law.

Business issues (Claiming to be business friendly… but):

  • One of his first actions as Governor was to try to take away the capital gains reform promised by the 2013 legislature.
  • Keeping Arkansas a high tax state, while giving way money to pick winners and losers in business.

Second Amendment:

  • Opposing the campus carry legislation to allow the staff of universities to carry a concealed handgun. He insisted the bill be totally transformed into a highly regulated new permit called “enhanced carry.” One of the many restrictions required all concealed handgun trainers to teach the enhanced carry course which caused many trainers to quit the business. Even worse, legislators tried to get Hutchinson to fix the trainer issue but Hutchinson refused to include a correction in his special session.
  • Meeting with the anti-gun group Moms Demand Action which is funded by radical leftist, Michael Bloomberg, but refusing to meet with Arkansas gun rights advocates until after the debate was over.
  • Refusing to acknowledge that Act 746 of 2013 authorizes true constitutional carry (both open carry and concealed carry without a license)

And if those weren’t enough negatives to overcome.  Trump voters in Arkansas remember that during the presidential campaign Hutchinson said: “It is up to Arkansas to stop the Donald Trump show. The next generation of conservatives cannot allow Donald Trump to take everything we stand for and throw it away.

Even if Hutchinson were to be able to use his money and incumbency to drown out Morgan and win the primary, would his negatives be too much to get re-elected in November? The Republican nominee will face a Democrat and a Libertarian candidate. Would conservatives turn out to vote for Hutchinson?

Even back in 2014 liberal editorial writer, John Brummett, wrote he thought Hutchinson, as a Republican, would have an easier time passing liberal legislation than a Democrat governor would. In other words, the Republican majority in the legislature would be more likely to defeat liberal policies proposed by a Democrat than by Hutchinson.[ii] Under that thinking, why would conservative come out to vote for Hutchinson if he were the Republican nominee.

But who knows.  There is still a primary election. And, this is the first time an incumbent has had a competitive primary in very long time.

Republican Primary May 22. Early voting has started.

 


[i] 1994. Governor Jim Guy Tucker did not have an opponent in the Democratic primary. Tucker was the incumbent because he filled part of Bill Clinton’s term when Clinton was elected president.

  1. Governor Mike Huckabee received 90.24% in his Republican primary. Governor Huckabee was an incumbent because he filled out Governor Tucker’s term after Tucker resigned due to a criminal conviction.
  2. Governor Mike Huckabee received 85.44% in the Republican primary. This was the second time he ran as an incumbent. The partial term he served did not count against his two four-year terms.
  3. Governor Beebe did not have an opponent in the Democrat primary.

[ii] http://www.conduitforaction.org/flashback-2014-asa-better-chance-of-advancing-liberal-program-than-a-democrat-governor/

Virginia Public Radio Segment on ShieldWall Network

The “Fresh Air” segment of Virginia’s Public Radio broadcast has featured a new story about Billy Roper and The ShieldWall Network, this one by Sandy Hausman, pictured, whom I’m willing to bet is not Irish. 

Called “Road to Radicalization”, the three and a half minute long segment can be listened to at their site, where it begins by discussing political prisoner Jacob Goodwin’s case.

“After their son’s arrest, a group came forward to befriend the couple. It’s called The Shield Wall Network, and it’s headed by Billy Roper – a white nationalist who claims his race is on the verge of extinction. The Southern Poverty Law Center says he’s the voice of violent neo-Nazism in America.

But Roper provides financial and legal assistance to Goodwin’s parents, and they’re grateful.

“There is no way in this whole world that we could ever, ever repay you!” Tamara tells him.

She invites Shield Wall troops to train on her property, and Scott – who served in the U.S. military – agrees to instruct.

“For visual effect, you get 15-20 guys all dressed in the same uniform holding shields and their boots pounding on the pavement, it has a psychological effect on people,” he tells the militia. “It intimidates people, and that’s basically what you want.  Forward, March!”

“This is changing people,” Scott says. “It’s changing who I am.  Anger does make you look at things differently.  You begin to say, ‘I don’t care how you feel about me.’ The only people helping my son are these people.”

“Any time they want to come here and train, I’ll feed ‘em,” Tamara Goodwin adds. “Through Jacob being in jail I’ve made great friends, met great people.” 

The parents attend a group meeting and get their son on Facetime from the Albemarle County Jail.

“Hey everyone!” he says,

“Hey Jacob!  How’s it going?” asks a member of the group.

“I’m doing alright,” he replies. “I’m fine in here.  They’ve been making it nice and comfortable for the darky friends in here, so at least we can reap the benefits, right?  All I can say is if this is all those commie bastards have got, I’m doing alright.  It’s not too bad!” 

Jacob’s older brother, Dustin, is also featured. 

“Me and my parents have never really seen eye-to-eye since I was 15,” he says. “I had enough of religion and racism.  I’m not into either one of those things.” 

He joined the Marines when he was 17, and today he’s suspicious of people like Billy Roper.

“They find people that are easily manipulated – males between the ages of 17 and 25 that don’t have a career, don’t have anything steady in their life – that’s a pretty easy target,” he explains.

But by the program’s end, it’s clear that Jacob Goodwin’s parents have also joined the white nationalist movement. The documentary is called Path to Radicalization.  It’s available on YouTube.”

Billy Roper finally makes GQ

Not for his style, fashion sense, or ruggedly handsome masculine good looks, but because of his knife-edge political and racial views, ShieldWall Network coordinator Billy Roper has finally made GQ. 

“In a wrenching new NBC Left documentary, Path to Radicalization: A Mother Turns to Hate, Billy Roper, who identifies as a non-white extinctionist, spoke to the newfound boldness of extremists under Trump. “Two years ago, when I would go to a white nationalist meeting, I would be the youngest in the room—now it’s just the opposite,” said Roper. “It’s not a fringe movement anymore.”

ShieldWall Network on StormFront Action Radio

On the April 25th, 2018 StormFront Action radio program, Billy Roper was the guest co-host with Father Francis for the full hour to discuss the ShieldWall Network, the differences between Civic Nationalism and White Nationalism, as well as the inevitable balkanization which is America’s future; and the rise of ethnostates. If you missed the live call-in show, you can listen to it for free in the archive HERE. 

Being PARTICULARLY Nefarious

Completely unbiased and neutral documentary movie review mentioning The ShieldWall Network from a fair, honest, open-minded perspective. Not so much:

https://topdocumentaryfilms.com/path-radicalization/ 

Feel free to leave comments and rate the review. ;->

Jacob’s trial begins Monday morning in Charlottesville. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family.

New Newsweek coverage of ShieldWall Network anti-Muslim rally

A half Arab writer cites The ShieldWall Network’s March Against Sharia Law rally last year in an article to attack a Jewish social media giant for not being pro Muslim enough. 

“Billy Roper, an Arkansas-based neo-Nazi, organized a Batesville rally for ACT for America’s “March Against Sharia” in 2017. ACT for America made efforts to disavow Roper, but only after news about his inclusion in the controversial protest event spread.”

 

More Statewide Media Coverage of The ShieldWall Network

Last night the Arkansas NBC TV affiliate and Fox TV affiliate carried this story about Jacob Goodwin and The ShieldWall Network. Despite the funny flagrantly gay reporter, I think their coverage is even better than the generic national coverage:

http://www.fox16.com/news/local-news/inside-arkansas-familys-self-proclaimed-white-nationalism/1127853931

Upcoming: Call in Live With Billy Roper

On 4/22 at 7 pm central I will be a guest on the  ‘The Voice of NS Reason’ radio podcast hosted by Rosemarie. The topic will be White Nationalist prepping & survivalism, system collapse, civil war, and balkanization. You can listen HERE, and register so you can call in to ask me questions or participate in the live chat: http://mixlr.com/thevoiceofnsreason/

“For Roper, a Win, Win Situation”

By Paul Jones

While I guess it shouldn’t come as any surprise, in some ways I’m a little taken aback with the indifference Roper shows as to whether Trump is successful in avoiding an impeachment or not.

I wonder if Billy is overlooking the benefit of at least some things Trump is doing, particularly in the area of judicial appointments. Also, there is a tightening to a certain extent of illegal immigration and there is more protection of the First Amendment and the Second than there would have been under Hillary Clinton if she had won.

But Roper clings to the idea that “worse is better,” which I also do to a certain extent. But he may be a little blind to the temporary relief from out of control Leftism we’re getting by having Trump in office.

Yet it is true that if Trump were eventually to be impeached somehow that it would likely radicalize even more the mostly still un-awakened white citizenry, and it would be a kind of realization of the impossibility of our ever voting our way out of the mess we’re currently in.

Sooner or later, there is going to be a civil war involving the races that will move the U.S. to Balkanization, and as the title of his series, “Hasten the Day” puts it, it is true that sooner than later is going to be better due to the worsening demographics for whites. So I guess I need to be more philosophical as far as what is going to come down as far as the Trump presidency.  Civic Nationalism is not the “wave of the future” so in that sense Trump’s success might be negative when the overall picture is looked at.