White Student Union Proposed at Towson University by Matthew Heimbach Sparks Controversy

Tyler Kingkade, Huffington Post, October 10, 2012

A Towson University student has proposed a campus White Student Union, leaving administrators and the student government walking a fine line between students’ First Amendment rights and avoiding what many are calling outright racism at the Maryland university.

“Every ethnic group has its own advocacy group but white students don’t,” Matthew Heimbach, a senior studying U.S. history at Towson, told The Huffington Post.

Tensions were further inflamed last week when the group brought Jared Taylor to campus. Taylor is described by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a “white nationalist” who has argued black hate crimes against whites exponentially outnumber white-on-black hate crimes. Taylor came to offer support for the proposed White Student Union, claiming it “a spectacular double standard that only whites are singled out and told they can’t have a race-based organization.”

In his presentation at Towson, Taylor reportedly explained why diversity is a problem, citing examples like race riots in prisons.

Heimbach is no stranger to controversy. He led a campus chapter of Youth for Western Civilization, an anti-multiculturalism right-wing group which lost its recognition by the Towson student government last spring when its faculty adviser resigned. Members of the YWC were accused of chalking ”White Pride” around campus.

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“Any time there’s a group with conservative principles and white students standing up for themselves, it’s a battle cry for radical leftists on campus,” Heimbach said. “There’s nothing I could do or say … to try and get these people on the same page as us.”

Many of the students who spoke to HuffPost compared this White Student Union to that now-disbanded Towson chapter of YWC.

“The rhetoric used to justify the YWC and now the White Student Union is just a means to legitimate open hate speech on the grounds of embracing the right to free speech,” said Raul Ceballos, a 22-year-old junior at Towson.

Glenn Daniels Jr., who graduated from Towson last year, said the White Student Union would be the exact same thing at the YWC, and he isn’t wasn’t sure why the university is giving Heimbach a chance to form another group. Daniels said many students don’t feel comfortable with a group like this on campus.

“I have full confidence that the president is taking the right steps [but] I’m disappointed in the Student Government Association,” Daniels said. He hopes the SGA denies Heimbach’s request to be an official Towson student group.

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So far, 1,128 people have signed a petition calling for Towson President Maravene Loeschke to denounce the White Student Union.

Victor Collins, assistant vice president of student affairs for diversity at Towson, insisted in a recent interview with HuffPost Live that it will not allow racist groups on their campus.

“The organization has the right to exist as long as they follow all the rights and regulations; we cannot stop a group from forming an organization,” Collins said. “No student organization on our campus can in fact restrict by race membership. The black student union has white members.”

Many also questioned why a student would feel the need to form a White Student Union, given that the school is predominately Caucasian. {snip}

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Heimbach said there are many issues his group would address. He said he knows white female students who feel they’re not protected on campus and white students who have been reluctant to file bias reports. {snip}

If they’re approved by the SGA, they’ll bring in speakers, discuss affirmative action and “stop talking about white identity as something that’s negative,” Heimbach said. He also hopes to launch “an awareness campaign about the rising black on white crime, especially in the Baltimore area.” He also recently announced his group would perform night patrols and potentially make “citizen’s arrests.”

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  • ed91

    I wish them luck.  My guess is they are going to have to do it, not ask to do it.

    by asking, they are already coming from a weak position.

    • 1911ThePunisher45

      Never, never…never ask for permission, just do it. As white men we are the true son’s of God, made in His image. The white race is Gods’ chosen, what we do, we do in holy righteousness. To bow to another for permission is an insult to God as this world was ours to inheret. That is untill a certian “nameless” group of “non-gentiles” decided to serve the Devil, known as Satan, they work against the holy authority of the white man as the true divine worldly consciousness.

    • RisingReich

      The weakness comes from approaching the matter with ‘civility’.
      I agree.  Don’t ask, just do it.   Start talking to professors for a sponsor.  There’s GOT to be one there willing to sponsor.

      • jedsrael

        Another reason to hate slavery, just like Lincoln hated it, becuase with slavery, you get mongrels.  Yellow bawds are irresistable.

        http://atlantablackstar.com/2012/10/10/henry-louis-skip-gates-to-newark-crowd-a-civil-rights-movement-is-needed-within-black-community/

        Henry Louis ‘Skip’ Gates to Newark Crowd: A Civil Rights Movement is Needed Within Black Community

        But Newark’s mayor is not alone. According to Gates’ research, the average African American man is about 30 to 35 percent white, thanks in large part to white slave-owners forcing sex on their slaves.

        • RisingReich

          It admittedly puzzles me that slave owners (read race-aware people)would want/choose to lay and create offspring with the Negro species.

          A horrible tragedy on many levels, to be sure.

          • 5n4k33y3s

            I believe the objective viewpoint of anthropology suggests that the primary urge of the conqueror is to have his way with the women of the conquered people, as the “booty of war”.

            Therefore, the motivation was more social than materialistic. Of course the men are considered as an obstacle or an afterthought, according to the social calculus of a conqueror.

            It’s not such a tragedy for whites unless we are made to feel ashamed of our history. It had to be stopped. It was contrary to the spirit and the principles of the nation.

            More diplomacy between the Union and Confederacy would have been advisable, but people were feeling testy and they wanted to kill each other instead.

            The fact is, whites were ever ready to go to war with other whites, since the dawn of history. It was not a historical anomaly except for the efficiency of killing.

        • crystal evans

          Some of them are also Native American because there were Native American tribes that did own slaves. Most blacks like to claim that they are part Native American but only about 20% or so of the black population has Native American ancestry.

          • jedsrael

            When the Indians try to kick the blacks out of the tribe, about a week later you see the new that “our thinking on the subject has evolved” and then a black is the Head Chief all of a sudden.

            Have you ever wondered what the conversation sounds like when the BRA Enforcers go visit someone who dares disrespect the Diversity?

            It must be some powerful voodoo, because THE APOLOGY always follows…

  • Barrack Osama

    “Taylor is described by
    the Southern Poverty Law Center as a “white nationalist” who has argued
    black hate crimes against whites exponentially outnumber white-on-black
    hate crimes.”

    How is that an argument? Isn’t it a simple mathematical fact?

    • The__Bobster
      • jedsrael

        “I don’t care about no law. I’m a poor black man. I don’t care about no g.d. law”. 

        -proud BRA Diversity Civil Rights Resident on the Streets of Atlanta, formerly a majority White city

        Our church members near Atlatna sent us news about the TV report about the new anti panhandling law and how it won’t make a difference.

    • jedsrael

      You need to undersand the SPLC’s power over its audience.

      They routinely restate the talking points of our friends, which are never refuted with counter facts,  but elsewhere in the article they tell you how you are supposed to FEEL about someone who would abust the First Amendment by saying such things:

      “vile, ugly, disgusting, outdated, pernicious, backward, invidious, poisonous, divisive, extremist, dangerous, hateful, intolerant, unwelcoming”

      THE SPLC HATES THOSE WHO KNOW HATE FACTS.

  • MissBonnie123

    I’ve been listening to an interview of Matt Heimbach at Counter Currents. I am impressed by this young man’s ability to articulate himself so well in the area of our people’s interests.

    I feel we should support him financially and verbally. The White Student Union he is working to create needs to spread from the East Coast to the West Coast in various colleges. Now’s our chance to do something for our people’s interests and help out!

    • RisingReich

       We’ve already spent $1600 just getting JT’s speech done, which was tantamount to extortion.

      Is JT or Heimbach going to sue the school for the money back?

      • jedsrael

        Will the WSU sue Towson if it doesn’t now treat ALL guest speakers with the same rules as applied to Jared Taylor?

        All speakers must pay fee, a black privileged Diversity Affirmative Action Opportunity Hire employee must stand up and read the free speech guidelines, etc.

        Will WSU let it slide, or will they stay vigilant for Equal Treatment?

        Will they demand the Administration sign a Pledge stating the above?

        Is Matt in this just for show, or does he really plan on “fostering change”  at Towson?

        We await results.

        • crystal evans

          This is crap! These students probably pay a student activity fee each semester which is supposed to cover costs of campus events. Any costs for Jared Taylor should been paid out of that fund. It would have been if the speaker had been Al Sharpton or Jesse Jackson.

    • jedsrael

      Is Matt reading these comments?  If not, we are just talking to ourselves. His blog doesn’t allow comments. 

      http://towsonwsu.blogspot.com/

      Dear Matt and WSU,

      You should follow up with your Neighborhood Watch Patrol safety initiative by Loudly by offering White girls White escorts from the library or dining hall back to their dorms. 

       Make news- enrage MSM.

      Make it very public, and scold the Diversity Coordinating Council for not funding your “courageous and trailblazing work on behalf of campus safety”.

      Take it and run with it- it’s all yours:

      WSU Announces Safety Escorts for At Risk and Vulnerable White Townson Students

      Due to a recent attack on a defenseless White female student by four black Affirmative Action males, the Towson White Student Union will now offer safety escorts to qualified students in need. We will walk you from the library or dining hall back to your dormitory.  Just call us.

      We regret this necessary and potentially divisive program, but the Diversity Coordinating Council has remained silent on critical issues of safety and portray a sustained indifference to the Diveristy Threat that targets White students.

      In order to help the campus “do some soul searching”, we recommend that all White girls watch this 30 second video:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cw9aAl-f6OQ

    • jedsrael

      But he never did mention the fastest growing threat to White college coeds:

      The invasive cavity search- “we’s just be look’n for whar she dun hid all dat White privilege we’s been hearing about in class.”

      Blacks can’t rape White coeds- White skin is implied consent, because of all the historic injustice and what not…

  • SarahConnor

    They need to get a faculty advisor in order to fulfill the university requirements–it will be interesting to see if anyone steps up. Hope they can do this!

    • jedsrael

      It’s better if they can’t get a sponsor- proves anti White hatred, systemic bias, structural inequity, institutional racism, and elitist bigotry.
       
      By not getting a sponsor, Matt has the right to go to Towson’s biggest White donors and ask them if they really support the anti White faculty.
       
      Make it all public- post names and conversations and responses on the WSU blog.”WSU Donor Awareness Campaign: Are Towson’s Donors as Hateful and Anti White as Our Students, Faculty and Administration?”
       
      Matt- there must be some rich Whitey’s who don’t want their names in the news about refusing to meet with the WSU to discuss anti White hatred at Towson.
       
      These rich Whiteys have businesses or reputations that can’t afford bad publicity and a potential racial boycott.  Make ‘em squirm. They deserve it.http://www.towson.edu/development/founderssociety/index.asp
       
      President’s Circle
      Recognizes donors whose annual gifts to the
      university (July 1–June 30), including matching gifts from employers, total
      $2,500 and above.$25,000 and above $10,000–$24,999 $5,000–$9,999
      $2,500–$4,999
      Benefactor’s CircleRecognizes
      donors whose annual gifts to the university (July 1–June 30), including matching
      gifts from employers, total $1,000–$2,499.
       
      Matt- the Development Staff is 100% Whites Only, probably Whiter than the WSU.
       
      http://www.towson.edu/development/contactus/index.aspThe Tiger Club staff is 80% White, with 20% token Diversity.  Both the Development and Tiger staffs are Whiter than the % of White students at Towson.
       
      Can you make news about that and help “raise awareness”?  Isn’t it past time for Towson’s White donors to “do some soul searching”?

  • Detroit_WASP

    What is the racial make-up of that school?  I look at their website briefly but did not see it.  greatschools.com used to list racial data but it has been deleted.

    • jedsrael

      Shouldn’t Matt me most interested in the racial make up of the Leading Donors?

      If they are funding anti White hatred and intolerance on campus, shouldn’t Matt give them a chance to go public with their intolerance?Here they are, Matt.  Shouldn’t you ask them to take a stand for or against the WSU, and ask them by name and online, VERY PUBLICLY?

      These people wanted their names listed for all to see, so let all see how pro White or anti White they are (Towson breaks down its students by race, so why not its donors? Weird, isn’t it?):

      Founders Society recognizes individuals who were leadership donors to the
      university between July 1, 2010 and June 30, 2011.

      President’s Circle

      $250,000 and above

      Linxu
      Wang

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      Mary C.
      Mangione

      Anthony
      G. Marchione ’55 ◆

      Darren
      Michael Margolis ’92

      Edward
      F. McDonald ’78

      F.
      James McGrath ’79

      Patrick
      F. Mead

      Frank
      Pat Mezzanotte ’73

      Angela
      B. Michel ’85

      Thomas
      A. Michel

      A. Skip
      Miller ’82 ◆

      Morton
      Miller

      Pepper
      Karen D. Mintz ’89

      Fred F.
      Mirmiran ◆

      Steven
      M. Mister ’85

      Anthony
      J. Montcalmo

      Bonnie
      J. Montcalmo

      Craig
      R. Moore

      Priscilla P. Moore

      Mildred
      H. Murray ◆

      Ian
      Mutton

      Edward
      P. Neuberger ’70

      Carol
      T. Nevin ’85

      Stephen
      M. Nevin ’87

      David
      Howard Nevins ’76 ◆

      Gregory
      M. Nicholson ’82

      Deborah
      A. Nolan ◆

      Brian
      K. O’Connell ’87

      Norma
      S. O’Connell ◆

      Patrick
      H. O’Connell, Jr. ◆

      James
      P. O’Conor ◆

      Robert
      L. Olsen III ’94

      John S.
      Olson ’00

      Michael
      T. O’Pecko

      Susan
      M. Oppenheimer ’61

      Ted
      Oppenheimer

      William
      J. O’Shea, Jr. ’79

      Doreen
      Oster

      Joseph
      J. Oster ◆

      Wayne
      C. Pachol

      Rick S.
      Pallansch ◆

      Harvey
      R. Paul ◆

      Brian
      Pemberton

      Cindy
      R. Phillips ’85

      Joan M.
      Pickens ’53

      Catherine A. Plakatoris ’83

      Daniel
      C. Plakatoris ’83

      Mark
      James Potter ’84 ’91

      Anthony
      D. Raccio

      Jeff
      Rains

      Leonard
      R. Raley ’78 ◆

      Suzanne
      M. Raley

      Sherry
      L. Randles ’98

      Mark E.
      Rapson ’93

      Frederick D. Reitz ◆

      Sharon
      M. Reitz ’79 ’88 ◆

      Linda
      A. Reuling ’72

      William
      J. Reuling ’64

      George
      A. Roche

      Deborah
      Ross ◆

      Phillip
      Ross III ’77 ◆

      John M.
      Rowe ’61

      Margaret K. Rowe ’61

      Georgia
      M. Royalty ’77

      Stuart
      N. Rudo ’92

      Maria
      P. Ryan

      Mark P.
      Ryan

      Henry
      N. Sanborn

      James
      M. Sanders, Jr. ’54

      Russell
      G. Schaefer, Jr. ’71

      Ronald
      J. Schlicht ’88

      Erika
      P. Schon

      Lew
      Charles Schon

      Joseph
      J. Sclafani, Jr.

      Debra
      M. Seeberger ’92 ’96 ◆

      Joseph
      H. Seeberger ’04 ◆

      Daniel
      J. Self ’04 ◆

      Ashby
      D. Shanks, Jr. ’68 ’76 ◆

      Mary
      Jane Shanks

      Fred S.
      Shapiro ’82 ◆

      M.
      Sigmund Shapiro ’82 ◆

      James
      P. Sheehan ◆

      Mei-Jung Shen ◆

      Steve
      Y. Shen ◆

      Ron C.
      Shieh

      Kathleen Shiota

      Yoshinobu Shiota

      Kristen
      Skerry

      Patrick
      J. Skerry

      Charles
      T. Skinner

      Megan
      C. Skinner ’00 ◆

      Douglas
      H. Smith ◆

      Keith
      R. Smith ’00

      Sally
      Souris Snell ’67 ◆

      Christopher H. Spicer ◆

      James
      D. Spivack ◆

      James
      Stanker

      Robert
      K. Steel

      William
      A. Stetka, Jr. ’77

      Timothy
      E. Sullivan

      M. L.
      Tan-Timbie

      Bryan
      M. Thaler ’97 ◆

      Meryl
      S. Thaler ’96 ◆

      Lorraine L. Thomas ’79 ◆

      Carolyn
      J. C. Thompson ’81 ’87 ◆

      Kenneth
      L. Thompson ’82 ’88 ◆

      A.
      Andrew Tignanelli ◆

      Mark T.
      Timbie

      Joseph
      C. Tischer ’59 ◆

      Aileen
      C. Trainer

      Georgiana S. Tyler ’71 ◆

      Katherine Georganas Valis

      David
      A. Vanko ◆

      Jana E.
      Varwig ◆

      Richard
      E. Vatz

      Barbara
      C. Vollmer

      James
      M. Walters ’94

      Kimberli R. Washington ’89

      Dale A.
      Waters, Jr. ’91

      Susan
      Waters ’93

      Kathleen M. White ’92

      W.
      Daniel White

      Thomas
      D. Whitehurst ’80

      James
      K. Wilhelm, Jr. ’87 ◆

      Raul Q.
      Willem ’81 ’05 ◆

      Stephen
      A. Willett ’79

      Mary
      Louise Williams Bowman ◆

      James
      D. Williamson ’79

      Patricia A. Wray ◆

      Kenneth
      H. Zucker

    • KD_Did

      I believe a recent article said it was about 65% white. Don’t know the rest.

  • crystal evans

    Good Luck to them. The way I look at it, if every other ethnic group has a student organization. Why can’t whites? Their main problem is going to be to find a faculty advisor. From what I have read so far, they cannot be approved as a campus group if they do not have a campus advisor.

    • C_C_Conrad

       The white faculty members are probably very afraid to sponsor a WSU for fear of becoming a target of the pro-white-genocide students.  The white teachers need protection & support all over the nation. 

      • anonymous_amren

        I’m afraid too, but I coughed up the money anyway. The bank blocked my credit card because of that. I had to ring up the bank to get them to allow me to use my card again. But I don’t regret it for an instant.

        • C_C_Conrad

           If the bank blocked your credit card because of a donation, you might want to call a lawyer. 

          WWW. JACKSWAR. COM

  • jedsrael

    Some students say group should not be allowed,

    and that Whites should not be allowed to vote or make White babies.

  • Stephen Manning

    “who has argued black hate crimes against whites exponentially outnumber white-on-black hate crimes.” Argued? Argued? 

    • Sheila Dinehart

      All black on white crimes are staggeringly high.

    • Puggg

      It’s not an argument, it’s a conclusion.

  • Tim_in_Indiana

     Members of the YWC were accused of chalking ”White Pride” around campus.  

    Does anybody seriously believe that Heimbach’s group had anything to do with this? It was obviously a “hate crime hoax” designed to smear the group. Mighty convenient that it was done anonymously and yet it appeared to be tied to the group. There are a lot of students who hate this kind of non-conformist group and would love to smear it–witness the gang who screamed obscenities at Jared Taylor at the end of his recent speech there. Speaking of Mr. Taylor, congratulations to him for scheduling another university talk.

    • jedsrael

      One reason the Ku Klux agreed to disband was because their costumes were used by non members to commit crimes that were blamed on the Klan.

      • Sheila Dinehart

        That is proven fact…carried out by criminals to be printed up in Yankee Newspapers to justify continued Federal Military Occupation of the South.

        • 5n4k33y3s

          I wouldn’t put it past them. But it was un-Godly and foolish for the slavers to seek profit from human bondage.

          The Confederacy was bound to lose. Perhaps living so close and for so long with a primitive society had deprived them of their own critical faculties. They ought to have agreed to a peace treaty and to dismantle the system of slavery themselves.

          Nevertheless, I support Matthew Heimbach’s right to explore the history and culture of the Confederacy. One thing I’ve noticed is that he has the guts to do what a lot of guys won’t do. Stand up for himself and his people.

    • Puggg

      Writing words with chalk on sidewalks and walkways on college campuses?

      I’ve never heard of such a thing.

      Next thing you know, they’ll be telling us that 18-year olds on college campuses drink.

  • http://countenance.wordpress.com/ Question Diversity

    Here’s going to be one big bump in the road going forward:
    Matthew Heimbach won’t be a college student forever.  Eventually, he will leave Towson.  There may or may not be interested leadership to continue the WSU in his absence.  This is why, for now, I think WN/RR/HBD activism among college students should be within established larger groups in the greater community.

    • http://twitter.com/selebaster mike

      You mean as a national group with chapters at various colleges/universities?
      I don’t think were at that point yet. Not nearly. 

      Or do you mean a group in the city of Baltimore for example?

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bardon-Kaldian/100003542251801 Bardon Kaldian

       It’s not about Towson any more. Such unions should be formed across all universities.

  • Sheila Dinehart

    With all those pre and post grad Jewish programs there, why would a white want to be there in the first place? 

    That college has already practiced white genocide.

    • http://www.awpn.net/ Celestial Time

       ummm, you can’t use the J-word without feigning some type of sympathy or empathy for their plight. It’s official policy.

      • jedsrael

        Church of Jed MSM Hate Monitors in Atlanta sent us a report about the new Emory University apology to the J-words.

        MSM has a formula for how you are supposed to talk about poor, suffering, oppressed, marginalized, and exploited minorities:

        Emory to apologize for dental school discrimination

        http://www.wsbtv.com/news/news/local/emory-apologize-dental-school-discrimination/nSZTf/

        It sounded like this on TV:

        “A dark chapter in Emory’s history; J-words were discriminated against; is now acknowledging anti J-wordness; you can see there was alot of injustice; an ugly past; now he can tell his story; Emory’s long overdue apology; J-words had stigma attached to them; it’s a scar that didn’t show; I didn’t think in my lifetime I’d ever hear the apology; at least school is acknowledging it, that there was a wrong and they are righting; Emory had already formerly apologized for its role with slavery.”

        There you have it. If you ever want to know how to add to the stock of Minority Privilege by crushing your own White Privilege, then just talk like that regarding whatever subject comes up- use it for gays, Mexicans, Muslims, anybody who you want to rule over your White children.

  • 1911ThePunisher45

    Hey “Moderator” why was my post deleted?

    • http://www.awpn.net/ Celestial Time

      What was it you posted?

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Dale-McNamee/100002467161143 Dale McNamee

    If Towson University doesn’t allow the White Student Union, the Black Student Union should be disbanded…Same goes for any other minority groups…No funding for them either !

    Any ” ethnic studies “, etc. should also be de-funded and shut down !

    End Affirmative Action as well !

    • jedsrael

      Matt should submit a proposal to end funding and recognition of all race based campus groups if the WSU isn’t immediatly approved and funded with a bonus for having to endure all the hostility.

  • http://www.newnation.org/ sbuffalonative

    The group was accused of chalking “white pride” around campus.

    Good heavens. Go to any university on any day and you’ll be inundated with “gay pride” chalking everywhere you step and I can assure you NO ONE in the administration considers it a problem that needs to be dealt with.

    And besides, how do they know it was this group doing the chalking. Did anyone ever entertain the idea of an outside or even inside agent provocateur?

    • jedsrael

      That’s because most of the staff and officers in the administration offices are gay.

    • razorrare

      Whats so offensive and immoral about the term “White Pride”???…ask the fed…

      Read this older Amren article, Feds Rule “White Pride” is Offensive and Immoral…

      http://www.amren.com/news/2010/04/feds_rule_white_1/

      • razorrare

        Justin J. Moritz, AR News, August 2, 2005

        If you are looking for more evidence that the United States government is biased against white people, you can add their decision in my trademark case. In February, 2004, I applied for a trademark on the words “White Pride Country Wide.” I did it as an exercise against political correctness. I intentionally did not choose “white power,” “white supremacy,” or “the white race” because of the negative connotations of those terms. Trademarks can be denied to offensive phrases.When I later searched United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) records, I found that “Black Power,” “Black Supremacy,” and “La Raza” (Spanish for “The Race”) had all been approved by the USPTO and been found not to be offensive. The USPTO had also approved and registered “The Black Panther Party” and “Burn, Baby, Burn,” the party’s slogan. The Black Panthers had assassinated white police officers but neither term was found to be offensive or immoral. To me, “white pride” was a non-offensive, positive term, or at least I thought so.On December 23, 2004, I received my Christmas present from the USPTO. In an Office Action prepared by Barbara Rutland, it denied my trademark, ruling that the “white pride” part of my request was “offensive,” “immoral,” and “scandalous.” Here are her very words:“Section 2(a) Refusal“Registration is refused because the proposed mark consists of or comprises immoral or scandalous matter. Trademark Act Section 2(a) U.S.C. 1052(a); TMEP 1203.01. According to the attached evidence from a Lexis/Nexis database and a search of the Internet using the search engine http://www.google.com, the “WHITE PRIDE” element of the proposed mark is considered offensive and therefore scandalous.”My AppealOn January 1, 2005, I decided to appeal the USPTO decision, but not before doing some research. I found that that the following “pride” terms have all been registered as trademarks by the U.S Government:“African Pride,” “African Man Pride,” “Asian Pride,” “Bahama Pride,” “Black Pride,” “Brazilian Pride,” “China-Pride,” “Chippewa Pride,” “Choctaw Pride,” “Colombian Pride,” “Cuban Pride,” “Dakota Pride,” “Dominican Pride,” “El Salvador Pride,” “Ecuador Pride,” “Gay Pride Apparel,” “Guyanese Pride,” “Havana Pride,” “Honduran Pride,” “Indian Pride,” “Jamaica’s Pride,” “Jewish Pride,” “Kwanzaa Pride,” “Long Beach Lesbian and Gay Pride,” “Mayan Pride,” “Mexican Pride,” “Native Pride!,” “Nicaraguan Pride,” “Orgullo Hispano” (Hispanic Pride), “Orgoglio” (Hispanic–”Great Pride” (supremacy?)), “Qisqueya Pride” (Dominican Republic Pride), “Rainbow Pride Coach,” “Red Pride,” “San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride,” “Spanish Pride,” and “West Indian Pride.”The factual evidence for my appeal was overwhelming, or at least I thought so. It seemed as though the federal government wanted everybody to have pride, except white people. It seemed to be a clear case of discrimination.USPTO denies appealIn February 2005, the USPTO issued their “FINAL OFFICE ACTION.” It was again prepared by Barbara Rutland. The USPTO upheld its original denial, explaining:“. . . prior decisions and actions of other trademark examining attorneys in registering different marks are without evidentiary value [emphasis added] and are not binding upon the Office.”In plain English, the USPTO was saying that their own records cannot be used against it. Imagine a taxpayer being audited by the IRS. Could he sit back and say, “Go ahead, audit me, but you can’t use my records against me”?I lost my $1,300 non-refundable trademark application fee.ACLU denies assistance and adds insultMy next step was to seek outside help from the Minnesota branch of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). I sent a brief letter to the ACLU-MN summarizing my case and asking if they were interested. They initially said they were willing to review the case, so I sent them pages of documentation. I thought I might have a chance, since the ACLU prides itself on defending the rights of the little guy. I am white, male, heterosexual, married, employed, native born, English speaking, Christian-valued, have no criminal record, and am a retired law enforcement officer. I could be the perfect “token” case outside their mainstream clientele, or at least I thought so.In March 2005, the ACLU not only turned my case down but took the opportunity to slam white people and Christians. Renee Hamilton, legal assistant for the ACLU-MN, wrote:“Thus, when the PTO examined Moritz’s mark, their rejection of his mark was reasonable given that such a slogan has just but one meaning i.e. superiority of what he term [sic] ‘the white race’ over all other races and their brand of Christianity over the other religions.”The ACLU was fully aware of all the other “pride” trademarks I had listed in my documents. If a “pride” trademark had been turned down for any group of people, other than whites, the ACLU would be in court screaming “Discrimination by the United States Government!”Center for Individual Rights (CIR) provides assistanceMy next step was to seek help from the Center for Individual Rights. They are the conservative response to the ACLU. They are political opposites but much smaller than the ACLU. I corresponded with the CIR through mail, email, and telephone conversations. In June 2005, the CIR politely and professionally declined my request for help, but because of monetary, not ideological considerations.The CIR did help by putting my case on the Federalist website, a conservative site where attorneys can take pro bono cases. As of August 2005, I had not received any responses.You can helpThe First Amendment of the United States Constitution guarantees the right of the people to “petition the government for a redress of grievances.” If you disagree with the decision of the USPTO in my case, please petition the government.1. Send an email to the Commissioner of Trademarkslynne.beresford@uspto.gov

        2. Send a letter toLynne G. Beresford, Commissioner of TrademarksUnited States Patent and Trademark OfficeP. O. 1451Alexandria, VA 22313–14513. Send copies of the is article to other people by email or mailThe AuthorJustin J. Moritz is my real name. I am a retired law enforcement officer and have served as a city police officer, a county deputy, a state special agent, and a training director. I hold Associate, Bachelor’s, and Master’s degrees from three Minnesota colleges.Original Article

  • jedsrael

    Praise de Lawd! Jubilee Day!

  • bubo

    Unfortunately this will ultimately fail.  The White Student Union will be inundated with hostile blacks that will turn the meetings into a repeat of the Taylor speech.   They will get nothing done as they will be shouted down, intimidated, threatened and physically attacked.  

    Once the blacks have done their part, the University itself will destroy the white students college careers by grade changing/tampering, attaching bogus claims of cheating or other malfeasance to their records, making them unemployable.   This will serve as a warning to any racially conscious white student to keep his mouth shut and play ball how the system sees fit.  

    We’re in a dirty war.  The sooner whites understand that, the sooner we can start fighting.  

    • jedsrael

      If Matt doesn’t know what’s coming, he’s naive.  Towson will put the Vandy Leadership Plan in effect for the WSU-

      You can have your WSU, but you must open it to All, and All must be able to serve as leaders.

      Blacks will swarm in, elect all black leaders, and then get extra funding from the administration to pay for speakers from the anti White privilege UnFair campaign, or endless Tim Wise speeches.

    • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bardon-Kaldian/100003542251801 Bardon Kaldian

      Enough with this defeatism.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Bardon-Kaldian/100003542251801 Bardon Kaldian

    So, our Jared will speak at Texas A & M. Just wanted to say- go, Jared, go! Thumbs up.

  • Rpg6869

    Current groups recognized and supported by Towson University:

    Center for student Diversity

    Multicultural Student Organizations

    African Diaspora ClubBlack Student Union (BSU)Caribbean Student Association (CSA)Feminist CollectiveFilipino Cultural Association of Towson (FCAT)GenderBLUR (Transgendered Student Organization)Hillel (Jewish Cultural Center)In The Life (LGBT Students of Color)Infinite Praise MinistriesInternational Student
    Association

    Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, IncorporatedLatin American Student Organization
    (LASO)Muslim Student AssociationNational PanHellenic Council (NPHC)Project Lean On UsQueer Student
    Union (QSU)Sex OUTLoud SisterhoodSouth Asian Student Association (SASA)

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_FWMCMK6U5OWRHYIYJAF2TPFL2U thomas

    I would like to add to your list illegal invading mexicans. They are a favorite charity of the ACLU…

  • anarchyst

    The aclu will not take any pro-Second Amendment cases.  The aclu is a communist subversive organization . . .

  • Dom

    Why if they are not racist? But they are. Anti white racist!