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Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Response to WSU Night Patrols

The past few days have been interesting to say the least for us here at the Towson White Student Union. The story of white students uniting to help protect their community has caused a firestorm of press and discussions nationally. You know that when you make the Drudge Report that you have done something of interest. My apologies for all of those we have not responded to yet, the outpouring of support so far has been phenomenal! For every anti-white message or death threat that we receive we get two or three dozen messages of support. I want to thank all of you for taking our message of fighting racial double standards, supporting European-American culture, and providing civic service to our community and embracing that in your every day lives.

The Towson White Student Union's purpose in performing these night patrols is not for glory or controversy, it is to help our fellow students. While the University says that Towson is a safe place, tell that to the victims of sexual assaults and armed robberies. "Safe" just seems like an excuse made by bureaucrats who want to placate the masses. To the WSU we think that even one crime is too many. Peeping Tom's, armed robbers, thieves, and sexual predators have hurt Towson students in just the past month, does that sound safe to anyone?

We have said it before and we will say it again, our patrols will look out for all members of the community. If we come across a non-white student being harmed by a white assailant we will help the victim in all cases. Our goal is not to create some vigilante lynch mob as some of the media has suggested, instead our goal is to do three things during our patrols.

1. Identify: Our first goal is to identify potential crimes being committed and to get a proper description of the alleged offender.

2.: Notify: Once a crime has been identified our responsibility is to call the local authorities to report the crime. We are not police officers and our role is to leave arrest and forceful action to those who have been properly trained.

3. Help: Once the authorities have been notified our mission is to help the victim of the crime. All patrol members have received at least basic First Aid and CPR training and several of our patrol members are veterans of the United States military and have more advanced medical training. We will do our best to comfort and provide basic first aid to crime victims until our heroic Baltimore county first responders arrive.

Apparently the goal to be an extra set of eyes and ears for the police and to provide a public service does not go over well with the Leftist political establishment because the people who are organizing are white. If the Black Student Union were doing the same thing, we would be showering them with medals. However we notice that when white students want to help our community we are looked upon with scorn and suspicion.

No matter what, the Towson WSU will do our best to serve our community and remain within the limits of all local and State laws. May God bless all of you and may he watch over all of us. -WSU President Matthew Heimbach