White Lives Matter leader issues mission statement in response to 'hate group' label
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) - In the wake of the Southern Poverty Law Center's decision to label White Lives Matter (WLM) a hate group in 2017, the co-founder of WLM has issued a mission statement.
Rebecca Barnette told FOX 17 Nashville she wanted to clarify what White Lives Matter stands for. Below is the mission statement issued by Barnette:
"What is White Lives Matter? The best way to answer that is to ask yourself Why does YOUR life matter?
"White Lives Matter is a movement dedicated to promotion of the white race and way of life and taking positive action as a united voice against issues facing our race. WLM is not a hate-group but rather a celebration of the white race. Our supporters are comprised of people of every generation, sex, belief, and from all over the country and world. We have white kindred in other countries who are either suffering the fate already that the United States is heading toward, are in a war for their existence, or are just beginning their battles. We can all learn and educate each other through communication, research, and networking inside your own neighborhoods and communities. Don’t wait for someone else to save you and your family. BE the difference your race and nation need.
"Illegal immigration, healthcare, housing, welfare, employment, education, social security, our children, refugees, our veterans and active military and their rights; these are the issues we face as white Americans. There are ways we as citizens and owners of our fate can take a stand against these plagues on our people promoting white genocide. Our children are being taught in elementary school that homosexuality is natural. Look up the new sex education curriculum in Virginia. Look at the state of the church world today; they promote homosexuality and mix relationships, they embrace acceptance of new world order and diversity. Our government is allowing our history and heritage to be taken from us and destroyed with no consequences. Look at the influences of today’s society on our youth, Mtv’s shows glorifying teen pregnancy, mixed couples, drug abuse; Miley Cyrus and her filth. We have taken morals and values out of the way we raise our children and allowed popular culture to raise them. The saddest part is that it’s the white race that is allowing it to happen with complacency, tolerance and indifference.
"Our nation’s heroes were once veterans who fought for our freedoms, our presidents who loved and cared about our great nation…now its trash and vulgarity spread by the likes of Bruce Jenner and the Kardashians, Beyoncé and Jay Z. Cities are burned and destroyed over criminals. What happened to our raising? What happened to our pride and honor? What happened to our once great nation that our forefathers fought, bled, and died for us to have?
"Now, what can we do about it? Realize it! Once you have opened your eyes to what is happening to your race and nation it should stir you to find other like-minded people near you to put together groups to go to school board meetings, town council meetings, find out who your local state rep is and start confronting them about illegal immigration, healthcare and welfare in your state, get neighborhood block parties going to discuss the problems affecting your community and ways that you can work together to solve these problems. Honor those who gave it all so we could have the privilege of living in the greatest nation on earth and enjoy the freedoms and lives we have become accustomed to living. Many of our city streets have become war zones...and sadly those who live in those areas have learned to adapt instead of overcome.
"United we stand….United we win!! Begin the revolution!! BE the revolution!!"