On the eve of a brave ‘White Lives Matter’ stand by League of the South, Traditionalist Worker Party, National Socialist Movement, and ShieldWall Network patriots in Shelbyville and Murfreesboro, Tennessee, political prisoner Jacob Goodwin, a hero of Charlottesville, offers these words of encouragement:

Dearest Comrades,

I write these words to you from the darkness of my cell. It seems foreign to me. Not long ago, I was free amongst friends. Now, I spend 23 hours a day in my cell. My crime is being unapologetically White and standing tall in the face of cowards. Now they aim to break our family’s beliefs and our spirit, but to no avail. It was an honor to serve my people in Charlottesville. If I could change one thing, I surely would not. These people brand us criminals because we do not agree with their sick and twisted cultural norm. Truly they are void of sanity and light. I know in our hearts lies a timeless, sacred flame. Even now I feel the defiance of our ancestors beating in my chest. Our enemies know that together each flame makes a mighty torch that expels the darkness. Each generation has a duty to carry this torch forward, even if it is just one inch.

Thank you to all the comrades for the love and support for my family and me. I hope to get back to the fight soon. Until then, go forth and carry the torch!

October 25th, 2017

Jacob Goodwin, political prisoner

Supporters may contribute to Jacob Goodwin’s legal defense fund HERE.