Muh Polly Ticks

The Roper Report

The ShieldWall Network doesn’t particularly care about politics. That statement might sound strange, considering that we seem to be a right wing political organization. The operative word there, though, is “seem”. We are a grassroots community activism outreach. We are a White prepper’s collective. We are a locally based leadership cadre. We aren’t a political party.

Civic Nationalists wave a flag which once represented a nation founded of, by, and for our race, but now stands for a government whose foreign and domestic policies push its genocide. They care less about race, than about law and order, not yet understanding that the only kind of law and order you can have in a multiracial society is an authoritarian, top-down oppression which strips everyone of their individual liberties, freedom, dignity, and identity.

The Alt Lite allies with anyone of any hue or deviant persuasion who claims to be, from one moment…

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Bad Neighbors

Last time I wrote you, I mentioned two problems with bugging in on your home turf. The first problem is you are only one person. The second problem is your neighbors.

There is safety in numbers, but you must make sure all your “numbers” are indeed on your side. A chain is only as strong as the weakest link. You put yourself in danger by sharing your survival plans with the wrong people, but you also simply can’t do this alone.

You can’t wait until disaster strikes. That would be rolling the dice with your family’s fate.

You need to know now who you are dealing with and begin laying the foundations for a future survival coalition—for now let’s just call them friendships.

You don’t want to come across as the nut-job extremist in the cul-de-sac, which you are not. You are just a rational person forging relationships for mutual interests.

Best case scenario the efforts will just yield friends who will help you swap out an engine in your truck or buddies you can go fishing with on weekends. Nothing wrong with a few more friends.

Put yourself out there if you haven’t already. Introduce yourself and your family to your neighbors, invite them over, have a block party, swap home improvement help…whatever.

One evening on the street bar-b-cue-ing, and you’ll know exactly with whom you are dealing.

Sometimes you can tell whom you are dealing with just by their handshake. For most people, you can usually tell if someone is a jerk or a patsy in the first five minutes.

Within an hour, you’ll have a pretty good understanding of who these people are and if they are reliable human beings or just oxygen thieves.

As you get to know these people you may steer the conversation toward things like camping, hunting, fishing, firearms, martial arts, etc.

People love to talk about their hobbies. It’s a completely natural thing that will tell you volumes on these people.

Now you don’t have to be friends with all these people. Truth be told, that might even be a mistake.

There may be a few you will want to keep a healthy distance from. They may prove to be the ruthless guys not looking to cooperate.

But, don’t immediately disqualify the ruthless guy from your survival coalition. In fact, the ruthless guy who is willing to cooperate and has a modicum of morality and dependability can be a great addition to your team.

So now you know the good from the bad, the wheat from the chaff, the cream from the milk. Although you may be forging friendships with the wheat—don’t irritate the chaff. Keep on friendly terms with everyone in your neighborhood, if possible. That guy may change his colors when TSHTF.

Does this mean you must spill the beans to your new friends that you are building an end-of-the-world security force? No. Bad idea.

No matter how you do it, you won’t sound rational to the average neighbor—-if you want to be taken seriously later, you’ve got to be thought of as rational today.

Just keep a mental list of your prospective survival coalition team and the skills, tools, equipment and vehicles they possess.

File it away in the back of your mind for future use and enjoy your new friendships.

What if the seeds of disaster are starting to sprout? There are disaster scenarios where the public can see the event coming (like an economic collapse)—sometimes for weeks or months before it arrives.

In these cases, keep current on the news and ensure your friends in the neighborhood are current as well. Encourage talk amongst yourselves about what’s coming.

You may be surprised when your friends start talking about making plans to deal with the coming disaster. Work the mutual protection concept into conversation slowly and put your friends at ease with the notion you’ll all take care of each other.

Do you tell your new-found survival coalition about your stockpile of food?

Your underground shelter?

Your guns?

Your survival radio communications?

Remember the number one rule for both bunkers and stockpiles? “Don’t talk about your bunker or stockpile?”
Well, this is still a good rule, but as the time of the disaster approaches you will have to share this information at some point—that is if you want mutual protection.

Still, be wary about with whom you share it. Some neighbors not quite in the group, but on the cusp of acceptance, may be left in the dark for a while until you can ascertain their true intentions—it’s a judgement call—like most things in survival.

Always Safe, Always Prepared

Frank Mitchell

White Remembrance Day 2017 Red Balloon Release Report, with Pictures!

Ten members of The ShieldWall Network and The Shield Maidens, seven men and three women, were chosen to symbolically represent the ten victims of White genocide whom we honored on May 20th as being representative of those of our people who have fallen in the undeclared race war which has already been going on, one-sidedly, for some time now.

Dozens of red helium balloons each carrying flyers with a photograph of the White victims and a description of their fate at the hands of nonWhites were released on a bridge overlooking a park where a large local festival was being held, in front of a crowd of hundreds below us.

Here is a slideshow of some pictures of the 2017 White Remembrance Day red balloon release by the ShieldWall Network Arkansas chapter (SWNAO) and the Shield Maidens.

May 27th: Harrison, Arkansas. Anti-AntiFa Rally.

by Billy Roper

At noon on Saturday, May 27th, in Harrison, Arkansas, there will be an anti-AntiFa rally. It is being led by the League of the South and supported by The ShieldWall Network and other Nationalists. Last weekend, because I was literally unable to be in two places at once, the anti-White domestic terrorists and Communists made a laughable showing in Hot Springs where they were faced down by Confederate statue defending civic nationalists, then pranced away and declared victory.

I know, I’m not the most meek and modest guy, I own that. But they literally are spinning it as a victory because I wasn’t there, and they got a couple of people to disavow me. Okay. I’ll be in Harrison Saturday. Come say hi. Leave your masks and your purses at home, but bring some of those cute red and black flags, I want to take some home as souvenirs.

If you want to come stand with the League of the South and their allies and supporters in The ShieldWall Network, Harrison could be fun this weekend.

Don’t get depressed.

Starting in the year 1929, the United States fell and fell hard. This event in history was infamously coined “The Great Depression”.

It became known as the worst US economic disaster of modern times, with the full burden of it landing squarely on the shoulders of the American working class who struggled to survive the great depression.

Our last Afternoon Alert was about the lessons we can take from the Great Depression. Such a massive economic disaster teaches us many (very harsh) lessons, far too many to discuss in one piece. Today we’ll discuss some additional crucial lessons we can learn from history to ensure our survival in the very likely event we are plunged into another depression.

In the immortal words of George Santayana, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.”

Prepare yourself mentally for hard times as well as physically. During the Great Depression, brothers and sisters, lovers and friends were subject to extreme suffering and (as the name of the era implies) depression.

Many folks were simply not equipped to handle the cultural shift from prosperity to poverty – or chose not to – and opted to take their own lives.

If you want to be a rock in a sea of misery, you need to sharpen your mind. The best way to do this is through the philosophy of Stoicism.

One aspect of Stoicism promotes the practice self-deprivation during good times to mentally prepare you for bad times.

One such example is fasting for a week. To experience the sensation of extreme hunger and understand that while uncomfortable in the short term, it’s survivable.

A second example would be to sleep for a week on a cold hard floor and not in a soft, comfortable bed. This practice will help strengthen your resolve and spirit should that ever become your actual reality.

Not only will this practice give you more appreciation for the good things you have in your life today, but also provide mental preparations when life’s circumstances take a turn for the worst.

Something else we can take from the Great Depression; hold on to your family. Marriage rates in the Great Depression plummeted mostly because single men could not afford to support themselves, let alone a family. Proposals dried up and became something of a rarity from 1929 to 1934.

Surprisingly, divorce rates throughout the era decreased!
However, this has been attributed to spousal abandonment.

Men did not have the means to legally leave their wives. While formal divorce rates were low, abandonment rates during the Great Depression were at an all-time high.

The Great Depression brought about a lot of “poor man’s divorces”, and a surplus of single ladies.

If you want to stay with your spouse through such trying times, then focus on strengthening your bonds of love, trust, and communication today.

Another Depression lesson; people indulge their vices more during tough times. During the Depression, rates of alcoholism escalated despite the prohibition laws that were enforced in the US at the same time.  Most of the available booze was either expensive imports, diluted imports, or homebrewed hooch. All of which have their shortcomings and most of which were controlled by the mob, or independent bootleggers.
Neither of whom were good folks to owe money to.

Amazingly, regardless of all that, the number of alcoholic Americans rose steadily throughout the Depression. When times are tough a lot of people peer down the bottom of a bottle looking for answers. Now, illegal drugs might be substituted. That will increase lawlessness and desperate behavior.

Remember, we’re all in this together,

Derek Paulson
Prepared Patriot

May 20th ShieldWall Network Meeting Report

Our May 20th ShieldWall Network Arkansas (SWNAO) meeting in Harrison, Arkansas, was the largest yet of the recently formed organization, with 33 people in attendance, several of them new affiliates. The men and women present enjoyed good food together, shared literature, bought books and CDs, and discussed face to face many of the issues affecting our people, and what we can do on a local level in our own communities to affect real change and prepare for what is coming.

After the door prize give-aways and introductions, old business discussed included the Cover Our People With Love pro-White charity community benefit projects; unmasking and doxxing Antifa, child molesters, and other undesirables; the Shield Maidens WN lady’s group; local volunteerism; the Tomorrow Belongs To Me Sobriety program, Pocahontas Flood Relief donations; the 10th anniversary David Lane Memorial raffle; our partnership and overlap with other organizations, and the ShieldWall Network 5 step grassroots community activism challenge.

Future projects planned for the summer which were discussed included next weekend’s stand with the League of the South and other Nationalists in Harrison in the anti-Antifa rally on May 27th, which League of the South state chapter leader RG Miller spoke about; our July 4th literature distribution flyer design and delivery strategies, which a Missouri ShieldWall Network affiliate gave a presentation on, and continued expansion of the ShieldWall Network Academic Scholarship program as an outreach to college-aged young people, which a central Arkansas ShieldWall member is spearheading. We also discussed the details and activities planned as a part of our summer 3 day SWN campout taking place at the end of the July.

Immediately following the meeting we inflated, prepared, and then released dozens of red balloons (with flyers attached picturing and describing the fates of the victims) in honor of ten selected representative victims of White genocide in observation of White Remembrance Day. Ten SWN affiliates, seven men and three women, made up the balloon release team. An upcoming article will feature many pictures of the red balloon release, which we did on a bridge overlooking the city park where a local festival was taking place, witnessed by hundreds of people.

Antifa did not disrupt the event. Police did not interfere with it. Almost three dozen White patriots, a quarter of whom had never met one another before, came together in common cause in the ShieldWall Network. All of them went away glad that they did. They recognize that we will not regain control over our destiny as a people by posting online and fighting meme wars. They are ready for IRL, real world cooperation and camaraderie. They are ready to become persons of influence in their communities. They are leaders, in a growing leadership cadre.  If you’d like to see what it’s all about, come see if you have what it takes to stand with us in The ShieldWall Network.

Next up: May 27th anti-Antifa rally, Harrison, Arkansas, e-mail for details.

Love Thy Neighbor

Let’s  assume you have decided not to bug out, you have decided to stay home, using your house as a base of survival. Not every survival scenario ends with you living in a tent or shelter made of branches.

In a post-apocalyptic (or at the least post-large scale disaster) world people will be fighting for survival, for food, for water, for security.

You of course have a plan for this, you have been stockpiling food and supplies, you are adequately armedd and you have educated yourself and know exactly how to defend your home

In many cases, your best chances of survival are on turf on which you are familiar—home field advantage and all that.

There are two problems with this that must be addressed, preferably before disaster strikes. The first: you are only one person. The second: you may be surrounded by neighbors.

Just because you are living in your home does not mean you can just lock the front door and go to sleep.  If the nature of the disaster is such that food and resources become scarce, you can bet there are bad guys out there who have not prepared as you have.

Don’t let the fact they haven’t stockpiled fool you into believing they haven’t prepped. For some of the more ruthless of our brothers, prepping simply means firepower and the will to use it.

These guys figure why waste time and money stockpiling food or gear when they can just take what they need from someone who has it.

This is a valid argument on their part. The lion doesn’t think twice about running the cheetah off from a kill.

The ruthless man who is willing to exert his ruthlessness can generally get what he needs. This factor multiplies if you are talking about many ruthless people working together.

The police won’t be there to stop them, and if they leave no witnesses, no one can testify later should civilization reemerge.

You simply can’t provide 24 hour a day security for your family—and can you really count on your wife or ten year old on the roof with the deer rifle to cover the hours you have to sleep?

To make matters worse, surviving will require more of you than just standing guard. You need allies to share this responsibility.

This is where neighbors may come into play…your makeshift survival coalition for those who plan to stay.

Neighbors are a double-edged sword. Just like in normal times, they can be both an asset and a liability—in some cases a hindrance.  A responsible, dependable, skilled, friendly neighbor with high moral standards can be a powerful asset, just as a weak, unreliable, unskilled, unmotivated waste of DNA can be a liability.

Neighborhoods can come together to forge alliances for mutual protection and support, but only if the right people are involved. The wrong people can lead to mutual destruction.

You need to know which of these people live around you.

Our next piece will outline the steps you must take to determine if the people around you are friend or foe.

Always Safe, Always Prepared

Frank Mitchell

White Remembrance Day (May 20th)

The Roper Report

Today, May 20th, is White Remembrance Day. Please participate in a local flyer distribution, a red balloon release, or at least an online discussion to honor the memories of the many victims of White genocide. In solidarity with The ShieldWall Network and The Shield Maidens, please wear red today to speak out against the ongoing White genocide, as well.

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Keep It Clean

Prepping 101:

Disinfection refers to the reduction of pathogens (disease causing organisms), while hygiene refers to the quality of cleanliness.

Everybody hurts sometimes, or rather everybody gets hurt sometimes, or sick. When this occurs, sterilization and disinfection becomes crucial to survival.

When a disaster occurs and you fear for your family’s health and safety, it might be too late to get the supplies you need.  Think about those times when a bad storm is headed your way and the store sells out of essentials.

In a survival situation, it will be difficult to get the most important things you need, so you need to stock up on them ahead of time and be prepared. 

Let’s take a look at the most important things for sterilization you’ll need to keep on hand.

Bleach is an inexpensive solution for cleaning and it kills germs better than just about anything else.  You can use it to sanitize surfaces by diluting it with water.  You can also use it to clean soiled linens to disinfect them if someone in your own home is affected by illness. 

Bleach can also be used for water purification when needed.  Because you dilute bleach for every use, you don’t need to have huge amounts on hand.  But having two or three gallons per person in your household is a good idea.

Bleach needs to be stored in a temperature controlled environment away from very high heat or temperatures below freezing.  In the proper conditions, it has a shelf life of about one year, so make sure that you rotate it and replace it when necessary.

Gloves are essential safety equipment to allow you to touch surfaces and infected people without worrying about infection.  It’s best to purchase non-latex gloves so that anyone can use them regardless of skin allergies.

Make sure that you have gloves in a variety of sizes.  Remember that gloves can only be used one time, so you want to have a good amount.  A good number to aim for is 4 boxes of latex gloves per household.

One of the best things you can use to clean your home is plain old soap and water.  You don’t need to have antibacterial soap since it only causes bacteria to become resistant to antibiotics and doesn’t do anything special for viruses. 

Brands such as Dawn and Ivory or Castile soap are all good for storage. Make sure to add extra when you find these items on sale.

If you’re running low on cleaning supplies, you can also get natural disinfection by using sunlight.  Items exposed to direct sunlight for at least six hours will be disinfected.

Hanging items on a clothesline or placing them on the ground where they get direct sunlight are great alternatives to help you conserve your disinfecting supplies.

Disinfection is a very important step in minimizing the spread of organisms. Do not ignore this step during your prepping efforts.

Together We Are Strong,

Robert Taylor
Survival Society

Surviving the Great Depression…. again?

The Great Depression brought the prosperous American empire to its knees. Money and industry dried up almost overnight, along with the nation’s food resources.

It was the worst time to be an American.

The probability of a similar economic disaster shaking this nation again is not as low as you might imagine.

Sure, there are new checks and balances – “safety valves” to ensure the US stock market can’t crash as quickly as it did in 1929. But even as recently as 2008, America’s economy was badly shaken and sank once again via The Great Recession.

The next economic fall could match or exceed that of The Great Depression.

Today we’ll examine some lessons we can take from the Great Depression. History often repeats itself, and the best way to avoid past suffering is to learn from the mistakes of our fore bearers – and try to prepare ourselves for harder times yet to come.

The first lesson to tackle is the dangerous myth of “job security.”

Economic depression is a vicious cycle, where businesses are not selling their inventories because people are not buying.  In a depression, all businesses will immediately start downsizing their staff of employees to help offset their future drop in revenues. The weaker businesses will find massive layoffs are not enough. They can’t keep the doors open, and everyone who works for them is out of a job.

This downward cycle ushered in the era of The Great Depression.

Unemployment rates skyrocketed. The unemployed masses spent their remaining savings on only the bare essentials (i.e. food, rent) until even those dollars ran out.

After that, many were left with shanty towns and food lines as their only remaining options.

Even if you think your job is secure, are you 100% certain?

Let’s image that your company does survive but to do so must layoff a few employees from each department. How can you be certain you won’t be among those few?

If you’re a relatively young employee, you might be let go because hey “you’ll land on your feet”. If you’re a more seasoned employee, cutting your salary will make a bigger difference to a struggling business’s bottom line.

You can’t assume how these things will shake out…

In stable times, people like to talk about their “job security”. They fool themselves into believing that their job or their industry can weather any storm. It’s a sucker’s bet.

Instead, you should assume you could lose your job at any time in an instant and live, plan and prepare accordingly.

As times got tougher during the Great Depression, people got more desperate. People who could not afford to feed themselves or their families forced to more extreme means of providing or risk starvation.

Organized crime took off like a rocket ship. The mobs in New York and California became some of the wealthiest organizations in the country because of their control of the liquor smuggling operations.

Desperate times call for desperate measures surviving The Great Depression. A father or mother with starving children will abandon their morals and steal from others.

This brings us to another Great Depression lesson; self-defense is crucial in tough times. You should assume your resources will come under attack. Especially if you’ve stockpiled food, vital supplies, and resources others want. Get prepared to protect what’s yours.

Another lesson we can take from the Great Depression is diversify your skill set. Many of the previous well-off families were forced into lives of extreme poverty. As the cushy jobs vanished and monetary assets tanked, people who had no real useful skills suffered the most.

Previously wealthy parents, watched in horror as their children died of starvation or illnesses they could not afford to fight off.

Mothers and fathers died by sacrificing their own needs for their children, leaving their children alone, to fend for themselves.

When times get tough, you’ll need to figure out how to scratch out a living. Learn how to provide an essential service to others and trade or barter for it.

Figure out how to secure critical resources and turn those into necessary goods or services. It’s best if you acquire those self-reliant survival skills today. If you wait, it may be too late.

Remember, we’re all in this together,

Derek Paulson
Prepared Patriot