American Tradition, Family, Property: Fighting the Counter-Revolution
        


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2008

Setting the tone for Christmas, the American TFP invited its friends and supporters over for a Christmas openhouse.

Two Americas At Fort BenningAfter an 818 mile drive from Pennsylvania to Georgia, eleven TFP Student Action volunteers reached Fort Benning. The purpose of the trip was to honor the troops at God Bless Fort Benning Day. On the same weekend of November 22, my colleagues and I witnessed a disturbing leftist protest lead by the School of the Americas Watch.

The Austrian TFP recently launched a German edition of the book, Nobility and Analogous Traditional Elites at the historic Coburg Palace in Vienna.


On October 24-26, two hundred members, supporters and friends of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property gathered to commemorate the centennial of the birth of the TFP founder, Plinio Corrêa de Oliveira and discuss the projection of his thought into the future.

Atheist biology professor at the University of Minnesota, Paul Z. Myers, desecrated a consecrated Host and broadcasted the sacrilege on his blog on July 24.

Nearly 100 participants gathered for the TFP’s 2008 Eighth International Student Summer Conference (Université d’été) in Kleinheubach, Germany.

It sounded like a crowd at a stadium as the cheering filtered through the Louisiana woods. It was not, however, a normal sporting event. Rather it was the closing “medieval games” at a Call to Chivalry camp where two teams of boys were pitted against each other in feats of prowess and heroism.

The American TFP Participates in a Historic Latin MassOn June 15, the American TFP participated in one of the first Masses of newly ordained Father Jonathan Romanoski in Saint Patrick’s Cathedral in Harrisburg, Penns. The event was historic, because it was the first Latin Mass celebrated in the cathedral in over forty years.

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