|Merlin Miller, American Third Position Party Presidential Candidate|
While one can visit Merlin Miller's campaign page to learn more about his platform, this podcast represents an excellent opportunity for those unfamiliar with Merlin Miller to listen to his verbal presentation. Miller is well-spoken and articulate, and displays a command of the critical issues, including the issue of race replacement in the United States. Miller discloses that he first came in contact with current leading A3P figures while working on the Ron Paul campaign in 2008. Apparently, Miller made a lasting positive impression, because after the A3P was formed, they asked him three times to become their presidential candidate. After the third approach, he agreed, primarily because he noticed how our racial demographics were being unnaturally changed through mass immigration.
Miller was also alarmed at the fact that the majority White population, far from attempting to defend against this change, seemed to be actively aiding and abetting it under the guise of "diversity" and "multiculturalism". He attributes this to the fact that Whites, because of their greater empathy, have become more vulnerable to the emotional blackmail employed against them to convince them that not only are diversity and multiculturalism desirable, but that we "owe" non-Whites as payback for "historical sins". The audio is embedded below:
Merlin Miller discloses that the A3P is employing a two-track strategy to get his name on the ballot:
-- Target the most promising states. A3P has identified the 14 most promising states, as depicted in the graphic shown above, based upon lowest campaign costs and lenient ballot access rules. To avoid spreading themselves too thin, boots-on-the-ground activism will be directed primarily at these states.
-- Obtaining access through Americans Elect. White News Now explains this alternative in more explicit detail. the purpose of Americans Elect is to nominate a presidential ticket that answers directly to voters — not the political system. They're using a secure, online nominating process to identify a competitive, nonpartisan ticket. Merlin Miller is currently the eighth most-supported declared candidate; if 30 more supporters register, he'll be on the first page and get even more attention. With a serious push, Miller could make the top three and in serious contention for the Americans Elect nomination. Signing up on Americans Elect to support Merlin Miller may take up to 20 minutes. To determine that you're a registered voter, Americans Elect uses public information about you to verify who you are.
Of course, voters could also choose to simply write in Merlin Miller's name on their ballots in November. If neither Ron Paul nor Mitt Romney become the Republican nominee, I will do this. Not enthused about Romney, but the re-election of the Obamessiah is unthinkable.
Is the A3P strategy working? One of our chief political adversaries seems to think so. In their Spring 2012 Intelligence Report, the Southern Poverty Law Center paid a backhanded tribute to A3P, identifying it as one of the three largest groups of the White nationalist movement, and writing that "Of these, it has been A3P, which only started up in 2009, that has been growing the most rapidly". Thank you so much for the props, Mark Potok, who has now grandiloquently bestowed upon himself the title of "Senior Fellow" (considering his sexual orientation, "fellow" is not exactly the first word that comes to mind when I think about Potok).