By The Easton Broadcast
While it only lasted one night, there was nothing greater than the feeling of gathering with the Groypers at AFPAC III. The third annual event started by the up and coming America First movement led by Nicholas J. Fuentes was a night filled with highs and lows. And for those who sadly couldn’t make it to such an event, I wanted to illustrate my time there to give a part of the experience, and maybe you can join us next time. But to start, I’ll have to give some short context of the weekend and the day before.
I arrived Wednesday, but I was traveling in a group full of Groypers who were arriving Thursday. So it wasn’t worth detailing anything that went on Wednesday. Thursday, I met up at the hotel where CPAC was being held, which sadly I did attend. And the rumors are true on the ratio of hats being seen there. So much focus on stuff that is anti-conservatism. Log Cabin Republicans, Atheists for Liberty, and hosting the pro-censorship social media scam Gettr.
Which people that I met up with later, such as Tik Toker and live streamer AJ Willms and Pure Politics host American Greyson, went and trolled. Which is a whole different story on Greyson because he got later attacked by the Deputy CEO of Gettr.
But is it worth going to CPAC before we get into AFPAC? I’d say in a way, yes, but it depends on who you are. Like I plan on going into political commentating and writing, so keeping up with these types of events is important. But for the average Groyper, going by yourself is kind of useless, so make sure to go with friends to have some fun. But some people are worthwhile seeing there, and it's some you wouldn’t expect.
Like the founder and writer of American Renaissance, Jared Taylor, who I met at CPAC. As he is an expert on race realism, we stood to the side and had a pleasant but short conversation on the modern-day right and how it deals with the issues that are prevalent from diversity as well as the approaching night of AFPAC III.
But once again to re-iterate, CPAC is not worth it really unless you have set out a specific goal, have friends, or are bored.
The Night of AFPAC III:
I arrived for the reception ticket, right at the needed time, and stood in a surprisingly long line for screening for the stationed-up metal detectors for the rooms.
As I was waiting in line with my friends it was interesting getting faces with all of these usernames and anon Gab and discord accounts. As well as meeting some of the guests and speakers as they walked by me inline.
Gavin McInnes rocking a brighter red and black suit, walking with speaker Jesse Lee Peterson.
Or seeing Michelle Malkin and Joe Arpaio walk by, recording us as they chanted “Mommy” towards the mother of the movement. Even waiting in line it was cool to meet other smaller Ecelebs like Tenyro, who recognized me a bit from Politically Provoked.
As I had a bit of a phone charging issue, I eventually got inside even though I almost couldn’t make it. And it was extremely surreal. Seeing all these people, who have worked I’ve all loved and enjoyed was just amazing. Shaking hands with Peter Brimelow, joking around with Kai, chatting with Michael Alberto.
Even meeting the big man himself as with my friends we shook his hand as he went out to rally the people.
I was wearing a pretty out-there suit, a dark but still in a way bright red tweed three-piece suit. I couldn’t have gotten the colors right without the help of T.R. Sartor. Who loved the suit when I met up with him and Dalton Clodfelter, which both of them recognized me from Politically Provoked and Instagram.
Then there were those who I wish I got more time but were still fun to chat with. Like Beardson, who again recognized me from Politically Provoked which is crazy to me to be recognized like that. Along with Wurzleroot, The Modern Monarchist, Harrison Smith, and Woozuh.
As all of that is good, that is the only the first hour of the event and for reception people only, as they let in my friends from general and got to re-mingle with my squad we started to head into the event.
The hall it was being held in was massive. I was a bit in awe at the size and the realization there will be a full 1,200+ people here. Seeing all the waiters and tables lit with candles as the dark red and blue lights shined all over was amazing to see how far and professional it has come.
I didn’t get to sit with my direct friend group, but I got a better spot than them. I not only got closer to the front, but I was at a table with National File writer Patrick Howley. Which, as someone who is a fan of organizations like National File, was a trip and a half.
Although all the visiting with my friends was good, it was finally the main event. The speakers of AFPAC III. I will go through all the speeches, minus Nick’s opening for the event. I’ll try to keep it more concise, but there was a certain speaker elephant in the room which I found in particular very interesting.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Green
Now Marjorie, her speech was good overall, all be it basic. Her talk was on her role in congress and how she tackles issues on transsexuals or being the most attacked freshman congress member. Now what is important about this, is that it is the popular MTG appearing here in the first place. All though she may not be completely getting all the stuff of AF or being as effective as Paul Gosar or Wendy Rogers do. But she gives us a massive boost of popularity and relevance.
And this is all over her getting put on last minute. It was originally the Head of ICE under the Trump admin, although I won’t talk about it now that is a massive deal as well.
So, even if basic her speech was still overall good. In the sense of the extremely pro-Christian talk, the Christ is King chants, and her being another sitting member of congress joining us. Just wish it was a bit more relevant like when it came to some certain issues.
Now Vince is always high energy. A fantastic choice to follow MTG’s more basic speech for someone who truly does get it, along with raising the energy along with the room.
Now his speech when it came to the topic. The main vibe that came from it is the idea that the right should stop being pushed around by the establishment and the left. Even bringing back up the line about Nick talking about White people, and in a way, the greater dissident right “... are done being bullied!”
He hit the key needed topics talking about the vaccine or talking about Covid in general, but more importantly the lies being told to the American people and the attacks on Christianity.
Now the speech was great, certainly, a must-watch if you haven’t already. If you probably had to choose someone with the best speech that wasn’t Fuentes, Vince would be the man to pick. Looking forward to his future career in Idaho politics.
Stew Peters (Now disavowed):
Stew, who I knew little about going in and only watched one episode of his show, is an odd fellow. His speech was a bit funny, but it brought upon a bigger issue
It was a complete fedpost.
He had a massive low impulse moment of scrapping his earlier written speech, going off on how Majore Taylor Green is bad, and calling for the death penalty of very specific people along with a ramble about Vernon Jones.
He was a complete mess. Chain out, no tie, sweaty, and with crazy eyes as he bellowed out against all of Nick’s work.
Now the MTG criticism can be fair, they were. He made good points on “own the libs” conservatism.
But he just decided to sperg out and waste, what was probably a ton of work Nick put in to get another mainstream person to join. He was unkempt, sweaty, and seemed to be possibly tipsy from what I could tell.
And which only got worse for him. According to Nick on telegram, more info was released about his past which a lot of people didn’t know about. Many knew about being a bounty hunter, but not the criminal record or his past as a rapper.
To finish this segment, I’ll leave it with Fuentes’ telegram posts:
“Very disappointing that Stew Peters— a former “rapper” and criminal is trying so hard to sabotage a perfect night by running to Zach Petrizzo at the Daily Beast to attack one of our featured speakers. He was disrespectful to our staff, looked like a slob, and stormed out of the conference after his speech.
And for people who think he’s just “too hardcore” or whatever, he also tried to get me to promise to stop saying the n-word before even agreeing to attend the conference lol. Good riddance loser”
“He told me he thinks the UN is going to invade America and establish communism, he’s not even redpilled on anything. Just another retard boomer.”
Her speech was good, short, and concise. Gave all the right points and talked about how she is pro-Groyper and pro-Nick. And how she will continue to get hate for it, but will not care since as Nick put it recognizing former Rep. Steve King.
“If the world hates you, remember it hated Jesus first”
Also a funny detail, she did in a way more subtle way fedpost. Not on the levels of Peters obviously but she did refer to bringing back gallows for traitors.
Now Torba’s speech was more on the spiritual side, talking about censorship and Christianity. Even leading up to him saying “I hate the Anti-Christ”
His speech was what was needed after Stew’s was still lingering in our minds. While Stew was bombastic and deranged, Torba was cool, calm, and collected. His speech came off as a Christian homily. Like a sermon of what is to come.
Torba put a lot on the line since a lot of Gab users are larping wignats, so to show up and not back down from his faith is something we should all strive to take in
Gosar’s speech was the definition of a boomer tech moment. Bad mic quality that the AF team added more decals to keep it interesting, and bad quality camera. Nothing against him, I love Gosar I think he is one of the best people in government. Just saying, if someone could’ve mailed him a blue yeti it would’ve sounded a lot better
It wasn’t a speech on the other hand. It was more of check-in on support and saying a remark or two on America First being the future and the oppression by oligarchs.
Jesse Lee Peterson
Now Jesse is a truly funny guy. Although some may have a bit of a problem with how he talks, he is a good presenter. And he enjoys being his provocative self.
His speech was on him growing up, civil rights and how they were bad for Blacks, and the message of forgiving your parents for fixing your issues.
An interesting topic the forgiveness and learning how to not hate your parents even though they wronged you. I feel it is needed in the modern-day, especially for many of the youth who have parental issues which just drive them into more and more sin.
And if you don’t then, “Satan is your daddy”. This is so true, few will recognize what this truly means.
Now her speaking was a bit of a surprise. And another bit of a boomer tech moment with them having to replay the beginning of her speech. People were laughing and shouting “Yo, boomer tech moment” from the crowd, in good fun of course.
Now her speech, she talked about her plans to run in Idaho and how the future is about the youth and retaking the republican party. Good solid points traditional
Now, this is important that he came here. This is a lot of work going in by Nick and Michelle Malkin. And he makes great points on no borders = no nation. And his anti-immigration work is good.
But this was just slow.
Not only does it feel like an older man rambling about his camps with pink clothing, it felt like he just didn’t really get AF or more likely knew the lore.
Talking about a mixed-race granddaughter, not getting the memes on racism, I don’t blame him because of his age and newness to the movement but someone should’ve given him a rundown on the basics.
But the speech itself, besides slow and a lot more tiring when it's like past 1 is in the morning, was from what I could tell being there was good. He talked about how the federal government is against us protecting our interests, holding leaders like Obama accountable, and protecting our cities ourselves. Good speech, just too low energy and way too late in the night to get pumped for it
Nicholas J. Fuentes
Nick was as usual, fantastic.
The best of the night, although he was too short. Everyone else like Stew or Joe got to ramble on past their limit, just go for it Nick you’re the only one, besides Vince, worth listening to talk for 3+ hours. He also gave the needed recognition for legends like Taylor, Brimelow, and Steve King.
Now Nick’s speech is worth listening to on its own. It's good, funny, and he has great interaction with the audience. He does show promise of being the great next American leader.
I’ll leave it on this from his speech:
“Probably they would be impossible to beat. Except for one simple fact, we have God on our side. They are powerful, the Devil is smart. But God is always greater. As I said earlier we are appealing to real human beings. We are appealing to the souls of a great people. We are talking about, not western, European civilization here in America.
We are appealing to that mysterious X, the human element, the breath of God that makes us human. That’s what we’re in the business of.”