Photo Update on the Berkeley Springs Castle: Building the Fortress Visible!
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On May 31, 2021, in Is Building A Fortress—Visible And Invisible, I introduced the five initiatives critical to the survival of immigration patriotism as a movement, and specifically. Each week in June, I’ll be focusing on one initiative. Today I tackle Initiative #4: Complete the renovation and conversation of our new and beautiful physical facility in historic Berkeley Springs, West Virginia. is a non-profit. We publish information to educate the public on the negative effects of mass immigration and to serve as the voice of the Historic American Nation.

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Between 2016 and 2019, I contracted with some ten different hotels for conferences, only to be canceled by every single hotel because of hate-filled Woke Left harassment. We were willing to proceed, but the hotels could not take the heat. With this beautiful new facility, Cancel Culture cannot stop’s meetings, parties or conferences!

As would be the case with any historic property, we have had our hands full getting the space in order. We experienced a dramatic setback last summer when our main conference room was smashed by a falling tree. While we repaired the extensive damage done to the roof and interior, we are taking the opportunity to improve and beautify the room, expanding its capacity and upgrading the presentation space.

Here is a sneak peek at the new space that will welcome our visitors in later in 2021:




Design and approval processes and critical labor shortages, as well as the Covid epidemic, have delayed completion by several months. However, we are comfortable in saying that sometime in the fall of 2021 we will be able to invite you and other like-minded people to meet in security, comfort, and beauty.

The most crucial materials have finally arrived: Massive trusses that will be added to the third-floor roof, elevating it from an industrial and unsightly drop ceiling under a flat roof, to a 10-foot-high beauty supporting a historically and architecturally sympathetic pitched roof.


Meanwhile, we've been busy behind the scenes making numerous repairs and improvements off the to-do list:

  • Office Move—We’re pleased to announce all office staff have relocated to the beautiful town of Berkeley Springs. The sale of our Connecticut office is imminent. (We are still receiving mail at our Litchfield PO Box.)
  • Termites Not Welcome—An infestation was discovered shortly after Easter, and we immediately moved to mitigate the problem. With a building full of beautiful woodwork like our castle, we cannot afford to wait!
  • Water Main Leak—After months of mystery and several technical consultations, we’ve identified the cause of a major water leak. The plastic water main pipe had been crushed in several places by rocks, and further damaged by the roots of nearby shrubs. We’ve repaired the worst of it but need to replace the main entirely, down the road.


  • Furnace—While we were proud to conserve energy last winter keeping unused rooms cooler, we were disappointed the furnace on the main floor decided to go into permanent retirement and bit the dust. After two months of waiting for the replacement, the Great Hall is now fully climate-controlled for your all-season enjoyment.


  • Interior Paint—We took advantage of the colder months to get some long-needed painting done. Chosen for impact, the Great Hall, Formal Dining Room and Koi Bridge are now brightened and cleaned up, ready for your admiration!



Current projects include updating the security systems to include automatic gates, restoration of the extensive terraced gardens and koi pond water fall, and critical rewiring for safety.

The headquarters at Berkeley Springs Castle is a sign to the world and to ourselves that American patriots cannot be shouted down, cannot be shamed and cannot be canceled into defeat.

We remain unmoved in our determination to preserve the Historic American Nation—like a stone castle built on a mountain!

If you would like to volunteer your time or talent to help us get this inspiring meeting space in order, please email [email protected] or myself at [email protected].

And please, if you are able, donate to support our quick progress!

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