Neil Kumar, American Renaissance, October 27, 2021
I am Neil Robinson Kumar, and I’m a candidate for Congress in Arkansas’s Third Congressional District. My aim is to help all Americans — but, unlike other candidates, I include whites in the definition of “all.” This is probably why Facebook and Twitter banned my campaign.
I want to end the Great Replacement. I’m calling for a 20-year moratorium on all immigration, deportation of all illegals, and completion of the wall. In the meantime, we must end birthright citizenship, deny public services to illegals, and tax remittances.
I want to restore the principle of freedom of association by repealing the Civil Rights Act of 1964, end anti-white discrimination, and bring manufacturing jobs back home.
Though I am mixed-race, I am a proud white advocate. My father is an Indian immigrant and my mother is Scots-Irish, with ancestry tracing back to 17th-century South Carolina. I’m a member of both the Sons of the American Revolution and Sons of Confederate Veterans. I’ve written three articles for AmRen.
White Americans have legitimate group interests, including the right to preserve the character of the nation they built.
On Tuesday, October 26, the Republican Party of Arkansas officially disavowed my campaign. The party does not have the right to do this; it is supposed to remain neutral during primary campaigns. Its reasoning?
“The RPA [Republican Party of Arkansas] platform and membership will not endorse or defend the use of racist, bigoted, sexist or threatening language by any candidate,” said Jonelle Fulmer, RPA Chairman. The party went on to declare me a “non-recommended candidate” in the 2022 election.
This means I am blacklisted from any GOP-affiliated organizations and events and that if I win the primary, the party will not provide financial or other support as it customarily would.
On Wednesday, October 27, my campaign treasurer got a phone call from Anedot, my payment processing service. Anedot said it will cancel my account, effective Thursday, October 28, and that its policy is to give no reason. Coming as it did just one day after the party announcement, it seems clear that the Republican Party pressured Anedot to deprive me of my ability to raise money online.
The GOP and Conservatism, Inc., the constellation of Republican organizations that claim to represent the American Right, seem determined to stop any real American Right. When will the GOP defend the interests of its voters and stop behaving as if it is embarrassed that most of them are white?
The suppression of my campaign is yet further proof that our rulers are terrified of white advocacy and are determined to drive it from the marketplace of ideas.
Here is my website.