The White House, Washington, D.C. – On Saturday, supporters of the White civil rights organization, the National Justice Party (NJP), rallied in the nation’s capitol to demand an end to the ongoing “genocide” of the Palestinian people by the “illegitimate” state of Israel.
According to sources on the ground, over 40 NJP activists marched in front of the White House on Saturday, making their voices heard while carrying signs that read “No More Jewish Wars,” “No White Lives for Israel,” and “Zionism=Terrorism,” among others. Alongside dozens of volunteer activists, founding Central Committee members Joseph Jordan and Alan Balogh were in attendance, as well as Party Chairman Mike Peinovich.
“We are absolutely against the genocide going on in the Gaza Strip. We’re absolutely against the wars America starts on behalf of the state of Israel,” said Peinovich in a request for comment to PressTV. “We want peace, and that can only be achieved with the destruction of Israel.”
While Israel took center stage during the NJP rally, several key figures in the Biden administration also drew ire, namely Jewish Secretary of State Antony Blinken, Jewish Secretary of State for Political Affairs Victoria Nuland, and Black Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin for their complicity as “war criminals.” Joining their faces on a series of printed NJP protest signs was the visage of U.S. President Joe Biden, referred to as a “shabbos goy” for his perceived eagerness to appease Zionist Jews in the current conflict, according to the NJP.
“If the Pentagon, Anthony Blinken, Victoria Nuland, and all the Jews in the Biden cabinet want to drag this county to war, don’t expect to see White men in the recruiting center because we won’t be there!” Said Peinovich.
According to point 14 of the National Justice Party’s official political platform, the pro-White, anti-Zionist organization aims to declare Israel a rogue state and brand it an international exporter of terrorism. While it recognizes Palestine and hopes to preserve the national rights of the Palestinian people, the NJP makes it clear that Israel’s current war is not fuelled by a desire for petty colonialism or racial apartheid but rather the complete genocide of Arabic populations it shares borders with.
“Israel is a colonial state, but its colony isn’t the West Bank and Gaza. Israel’s colony is the United States and Europe,” said Peinovich in a speech. “These are the countries colonized by the Zionist Jews. We are their tax cattle, and the Palestinians are just in their way.”
“(Israel) is a pure genocidal state, make no mistake… We Americans have been snookered into supporting it by Jewish control of our banks, our media, and our politicians, but we have to say enough and rise up as a people,” he continued.
The NJP’s protest was formed in the wake of Israel’s unrepentant bombing of the Gaza Strip, a military strategy that has so far claimed the lives of over 8,000 Palestinians and provoked condemnation on a global scale. While Israel’s top functionaries have publically sworn to “destroy” Gaza’s duly elected political party, Hamas, by any means necessary, a slow-moving ground invasion has so far failed to make any significant advances.
Without any way to produce victories on the field, many have speculated that Israel could eventually tap its Western allies for assistance, granting them access to a valuable pool of White warfighters to do their bidding overseas. The men and women of the NJP, however, seek to deny Israel this pool at the source and let people know that it’s not Hamas who they believe are terrorists in the current conflict, but rather, the Israelis themselves.
“There’s this idea being promoted that Palestinians fighting for their land are somehow terrorists; well, I’m going to tell you right now, Patriots are not terrorists,” said Joseph Jordan into a megaphone. “People who fight for their land are not terrorists. The terrorists are the ones who kill women and children. It’s not Hamas doing that. It’s the IDF.”
“Here you have a situation where you have a bunch of Scotch-Irish kids who believe in Jesus and their country, going to (Israel) where they Jews spit on Christians,” he continued. “They see White people of America just like they see Palestinians. They see us as goyim… That’s all we are to Jews. Farm animals to be used.”
Among the crowd of pro-White activists present at the demonstration was firebrand organizer Carson Kilgrey, a veteran of numerous NJP actions in the past. He used his time on the megaphone to remind people of the so-called “benefits” of an alliance with a controversial nation like Israel and its plans for citizens of the United States.
“What does Israel provide for us? Israel provides war. It provides corrupt politicians. It provides endless streams of refugees, and it provides the propaganda necessary to convince Western countries that we’re the ones responsible for them,” he said. “Now Israel once again calls upon its attack dog, but to its surprise, it finds that we don’t wanna fight on your behalf any longer.”
Over the course of the live-streamed protest—which had been distributed globally and whose clips went viral on multiple social media outlets—sources say the event was received positively by other pro-Palestine demonstrations being held in the area simultaneously. The rally did not go without opposition, however, and on at least two separate occasions, it was met with disruptions at the hands of Antifa and even a former member of the IDF.
“This is ‘mask off’ for the Antifa movement,” said Peinovich as he was met with an Antifa heckler in the street. “They are simply shills for Zionism. Of all the creative flags that we see over there, I don’t see a Palestine flag among them. Just racial attacks.”
“It’s very interesting to note who stands where. (Antifa) is so outraged that White men would stand up for the children of Gaza, the Palestinians, and against the state of Israel. She is so outraged that white men would do that that she just wants to interrupt it,” he continued.
The latest Israeli war on Gaza has so far resulted in the destruction of hundreds of Palestinian homes, the shattering of thousands of Palestinian families, and the total upending of everyday life in a city often described as the world’s largest “open-air prison.” Since hostilities renewed on October 7th, Israel has been accused of numerous atrocities, including the bombing of ancient holy sites as well as hospital compounds responsible for rendering aid to hundreds of destitute civilians at a time.
Despite ample evidence dredged up by official state agencies, media outlets, and independent researchers—which suggests Israel carried out these “massacres” without remorse—Israel has responded by ramping up its attacks and shifting blame onto other parties. At the onset of the war, Israelis attempted to take advantage of the fog of war by flooding social media with what has since been labeled “atrocity propaganda.” The move has been almost universally panned by critics as a way to cultivate public sympathy and enable its ongoing war against predominantly civilian targets across the Muslim world.
While the war enters its fourth week and the situation may seem dire, Chairman Peinovich assured that peace in the Middle East was indeed possible, but only by tackling the seemingly insurmountable fight against world Zionism head-on.
“We’re here because of the war crimes being committed. The genocide, the slaughter of innocent women and children in the Gaza Strip, is too much for us to bear. We don’t want this blood on our hands,” said Peinovich during the rally. “We do not want a war with Iran. We don’t want a war with Syria. We don’t want a war with any Middle Eastern country. What we want is peace in the Middle East, and that can only be achieved with the destruction of Israel.”