IPR-X contributor Big Dawg was arrested yesterday for felony assault. It was his third felony offense, meaning he’ll most likely be going back to prison for a very long time. I’ve taken the liberty of removing his privileges as a contributor. I also reviewed the articles he posted here and found them to be lacking in the quality we expect here at IPR-X. These articles have been removed. It pains me to have to do all this. Big Dawg is a friend. I and everyone else at IPR-X wish him all the best.
This is the second contributor IPR-X has lost in the past week. It appears I was wrong when I placed value on the idea of diversity, at least in the realm of race and sexual orientation. Our current writers are unique in their own ways. I am the founder and face of IPR-X and a former presidential candidate. Kareem Caliente is an expert in the arts and entertainment and longs for a return of the Roman Empire. Moses Austwin is an historian who wants to see the Confederacy rise again and for Texas to be reestablished as a Republic. Lastly, Magnus Dahlstrøm, our newest writer, is putting together his own religion based on various prophesies.
As I previously mentioned, more writers are coming. They will bring interesting perspectives and insights. Plus, anyone reading this who may wish to join IPR-X may do so as well. Make your interest known in the comments below.
The videos speak for themselves:
It just so happens this hate crime was caught on video. Many Black-on-White crimes like this go unreported because Whites fear they will be called racist. We need to raise awareness of what is happening to White people across the nation. This story is currently the #1 trending topic on Twitter, which means more and more people will find out about the hate White people face on a daily basis. This is needed for change to occur. The election of Donald Trump was a step in the right direction, but there is more work to be done.
Premier election site Politics1.com has recognized Nathan Norman as a potential 2020 presidential candidate. His name is listed under the header INDEPENDENT, OTHER & WRITE-IN CANDIDATES with “American Freedom Party-Pennsylvania” in parentheses. A link goes to his Twitter page.
“It’s a great honor to be mentioned as a possible candidate,” says Norman who ran as a Libertarian in 2016, “I totally agree with the principles of the American Freedom Party.”
The American Freedom Party takes an alt-right stance on the issues and supports the interests of European-Americans. Norman has previously hinted he may run for the party’s nomination. His 2016 campaign website currently features the logo of the American Freedom Party and teases, “2020 ???? Stay tuned for updates . . .”
“I really hope he runs,” says Moses Austwin, a longtime associate of Norman who worked on his 2016 campaign, “He’s got the skill, the energy, and the balls to make 2020 a meaningful race and push the interests of White people to the forefront.”
Norman was a strong supporter of Donald Trump in the 2016 general election. It is not known how Trump’s potential re-election plans may affect Norman’s decision to run.