StormFront Conference September 30th!

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Two weeks after the Ian Stuart Donaldson Memorial Concert in Southern California, and the week following the ShieldWall Network meeting in central Arkansas, comes the StormFront Conference in Eastern Tennesssee. Come hear Don Black, David Duke, Sam Dickson, and other speakers, as well as fellowship and build camaraderie with other White Nationalists. Rest assured that no Jews, race mixers, or homosexuals will be present at this event.

My wife and I will be there, though, and would love to meet more readers of The Roper Report and listeners to The Roper Report podcast in person, so make your plans to attend, now!

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Only authorized military combatants beyond this point

Okay, what if you’re too stubborn or lazy to listen to the ShieldWall Network’s advice to relocate behind friendly lines BEFORE America balkanizes? You may find yourself having to evacuate through hostile, occupied, or contested territory. If so, these tips might help you and your family get out alive.

At least 1.5 million people in eastern Ukraine have fled their homes due to the armed conflict between Ukrainian government forces and separatist groups in the eastern Donbas regions.

Recent months have shown an alarming escalation of hostilities in the regions by pro-separatist rebels—who identify with their Russian roots and seek independence from the Ukraine—and Ukrainian forces fighting to keep the regions under government control.

The elderly and people around retirement age are particularly vulnerable in this conflict as they find themselves without a home, a pension and their families.

How are these survivors making it? What can we learn from their experience living in a war zone?

In times of civil war, guns can save you, but they can also get you killed.

Are you fighting along with one of the factions involved? If not, then make sure you’re not confused with one. If you just want to be left alone, then don’t openly carry a gun. Openly carrying a weapon means you are a fighter on either side of the conflict. If you’re not with either one, BOTH will consider you an armed enemy.

At the end of the day a gun can save your life, but in a world of no easy black and white answers a gun can also cost you your life. Keep any weapons concealed, and be ready to ditch them, sell them or cache them depending on the situation you are involved in. Just going gun-ho is not the one and only answer to all problems.

I sure would like to be armed if I was in Argentina today. If there’s trouble, 1000 bucks will most likely buy any cop’s silence. At the same time, in the 70’s during the military Junta and state terrorism, going around armed in Argentina wasn’t a good idea if you wanted to avoid trouble. If you were caught and found to be armed, the security forces would immediately assume you were a leftist terrorist, and you would be tortured, executed or go “missing”. During these torture sessions, people who were not involved would often mention the names of innocent people, just to stop the tortures. Just being in the wrong phone list of a coworker or fellow student was enough for the security forces to pay you a visit.

Get a Glock 9mm and a rifle with a folding stock. As explained earlier, you want to be able to conceal your weapons. Eventually, you may have to leave behind you rifle and even your handgun. You sure won’t be boarding an evacuation plane with one.

What about going through check points? Is it worth getting killed or arrested? Or are you better off selling you gun to someone who is staying behind, grab a few extra hundred bucks just as you board a bus or train leaving the conflict area? You want a gun that is ubiquitous, that fires a common round and has a well-known reputation. Basically, you want a great weapon that works well for you, but you also want a weapon that is eventually easy to sell as well. Conflict or not, Glocks and AKs are great staples.

The Whole Truth And Nothing But The Truth,

Jonathan Chambers

Surviving In A War Zone

As fighting in eastern Ukraine continues, people in Avdiivka near Donetsk are forced to live without water and electricity, suffer from freezing temperatures and the constant fear of death.

There are numerous very valuable lessons we can learn from the survivors’ accounts and advice on surviving life in a war zone, and we should learn them now vicariously before we are forced to learn them by personal experience in the School of Hard Knocks.

When there’s a war on, attitude, clothes, and gear can get you killed or arrested. Here is where the gray man approach comes into play. Be as neutral as possible not only regarding your actions and behavior, but also when it comes to insignias, clothes, and gear. Even beards or unusual or characteristic hair styles can get you in trouble.

Checkpoints in Ukraine are there for a reason: finding enemies. Having a weapon can get you into trouble, but also things such as maps, GPS, political propaganda, radios, this can all be considered espionage material.

Adventurers traveling around the world have often mentioned how they get arrested in war zones because of their cameras and laptops. You’re not local, you have electronics capable of being used for communication, then you’re a suspect until proven otherwise.

Lots of people have GPS, radios and maps in their Bug Out Bags. Make sure to be smart about it and understand that in some cases, when dealing with factions fighting over power, it can get you in trouble and it’s better to get rid of some of it before reaching a checkpoint.

Learn to deal with checkpoints. In checkpoints, women and children aren’t as carefully inspected as men. Private vehicles are checked much more thoroughly than public transportation. Maybe you’re better off taking a bus or train.

It’s important to travel light and be in good health and properly dressed to walk long distances if needed. Bribes may be needed so have cash. Valuable items such as jewelry, cash and even electronics may be “confiscated” or downright stolen by the troops. Conceal them as well as you can.

Cash and small gold coins can be hidden in shoe insoles, inside children toys or dirty diapers in the baby’s diaper bag. Coins can be sewed under jacket patches and insignias, under buttons.

Think about how you would evacuate to the safe side of enemy lines if racial civil war broke out, and America began to balkanize. Or, better yet, secede with your feet now, before it happens, by moving to a solidly White area.

The Whole Truth And Nothing But The Truth,

Jonathan Chambers

Kimball’s Tips On Avoiding Entryism

The Roper Report

An interesting discussion on The Purity Spiral about how to organize local IRL meetings, in line with The ShieldWall Network concept.

Local groups are the way this movement is going to move forward. Let’s consider some things that you should be on the lookout for.

  1. First and foremost, the guy that suggests anything illegal. Acts of violence. “If we cut the tires to this group, they might not be able to get to the voting boths” That is a call for violence. Ban these people immediately.
  2. Stories don’t match: Watch out for folks that say ” I was born under a two parent household”, but say “I was adopted by others” in another statement. Inconsistent statements are a red flag.
  3. Excuses to not meet in person. If someone is not able to meet in person in a small group, after several requests from the group leader, they should be…

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What are you getting into with The ShieldWall Network?

The History of Blood and Honour American Division, and what this means for The ShieldWall Network and YOU.

Blood and Honour was founded in 1987 in the UK by Ian Stuart, the lead singer of the Nationalist band Skrewdriver. In 2005, Blood and Honour American Division was established, which included VolksFront, American Front, Christian Guard, Daughters of Yahweh, White Revolution, and Troops of Tomorrow. The Blood and Honour American Division National Council consisted of David Lynch, Mike Lawrence, Randal Krager, and Billy Roper. Blood and Honour American Division member Del O’Conner, a member of the original Blood and Honour and a friend of Ian Stuart, was the original liaison between Blood and Honour American Division and Blood and Honour UK. In the United States, the one and only official and internationally recognized Blood & Honour charter is Blood & Honour American Division, which was sanctioned by Blood & Honour Worldwide by way of B&H UK in 2005. David Lynch was assassinated in his home in California in 2011. Randal Krager and Michael Lawrence retired in 2012. Billy Roper has recently become active with Blood and Honour American Division again through Confederate 28, a coalition of independent organizations of which his The ShieldWall Network is a part. Confederate 28 comprises those participating organizations of BHAD in the Eastern half of the United States. The organizations comprising the Western United States which are a part of Blood and Honour American Division, such as the Golden State Skins, are also allies of The ShieldWall Network, as being a part of BHAD.

So, our alliance with these organizations will be strengthening and tightening as the power and influence of BHAD continues to grow. It’s important that we all know who we are standing with, and what they are about. Because of this reality, we need for everyone who is a hanger-on to the ShieldWall Network Facebook group, and a lurker on the ShieldWall Network website to read the articles, to actually go to the ShieldWall Network website and read the ‘about’ section, so you will learn what you are getting involved in. If it’s not for you, that’s fine, but you each need to learn who and what we are, and make a decision. If you have any questions, feel free to ask. Every person who has been added to the facebook group should be sent this, as well as a link to the ShieldWall Network website, Admin, by someone who is on their friends list, to make sure they have a chance to see it. If somebody there is not on anybody’s friends list, they probably don’t need to be on a ShieldWall Network group.

I’m sure we all understand the need to know who we are communicating with, as we all to some extent will be responsible for one another. After all, that’s the whole point of The ShieldWall Network.

No Jews, no other nonWhites, no mixed race people, no mixed race offspring, no race mixing, no homosexuality, no illegal activity.

 

How to become less anti-social.

One of the road-blocks for recruitment and radicalization of new affiliates and allies along the way to becoming a person of influence in your community following the ShieldWall Network plan is being anti-social. Having untrendy or unpopular political views doesn’t help that “outsider” feeling. However, here are some ways that you can practice being more outgoing.

Pete is an advanced social skills coach and founder of Beard Strokings. He teaches his clients to be charismatic in genuine ways, in order to deeply connect with people through conversation. If you’re ready to transform your social and dating life, check out Conquer Confidence 2017.

 

I don’t know about you, but sometimes I feel anti-social. If I’m working on a big project I go into “work mode” and tend to avoid chitchatting so I can get more work done. Then after a long period of reinforcing that habit I begin to find it harder to connect with people.

If you choose to avoid conversation consistently your brain learns that conversation is hard. And if you avoid it for long enough you’ll struggle to remember how to do it well. If you choose to avoid people consistently your brain will spend less time being externally focused on others. Instead you’ll be more focused on your internal thoughts.

You may be familiar with gems like these…

  • “I can’t think of anything to say.”
  • “She doesn’t like me.”
  • “These people are better than me.”

And they’ll trip you up when you’re trying to make friends. The good news is that this happens to everyone. But what can you do to pull yourself out of it?

Saying Anything Is Better Than Saying Nothing

Each time you make the choice to stay in your head instead of saying something (anything!), you make it slightly harder for yourself to be social. Because the next time you’re faced with that same choice you’ll be more likely to make the same decision you made last time.

So it follows that each time you make the choice to say something instead of staying in your head, you make it slightly easier for yourself to be social next time.

Should I say “Thanks, have a great day” to the café staff as I’m walking out? Or should I just say nothing?

Should I say “Hi, how are you?” to the person who sits next to me on the bus? Or should I stare at my feet?

Should I ask the taxi driver how his day has been? Or should I scroll through my Facebook feed?

Even if these interactions last for ten seconds before going back to silence, deciding to initiate them is psychologically better for you than staying in your head. Your brain will go, “Oh, maybe focusing externally is something I should do more of instead of rattling around in this echo chamber,” and your negative thoughts will decrease.

If you’re feeling antisocial, expect to fail at this a bunch of times, but start small to keep yourself from getting discouraged. Start with Step 0 below and f*ck it up until you consistently get it right, then tackle the next step.

You’ll notice your confidence increase with every step. You’ll genuinely feel more comfortable around people, more motivated to talk, and more willing to take bigger risks if you just open your mouth and do this.

Step 0: Make eye contact and smile.

Keep doing this with new people and try new ways of doing it until you consistently get smiles back. Their smiles will make you feel more confident and will prepare you for the next step.

Step 1: Go out of your way to greet service staff with things like “Hi, how are you?”, “Thanks, have a great day,” etc.

Keep trying this in different ways until you consistently get positive comments back. Their positive comments will make you feel more comfortable.

Become A Social Person

Step 2: Say “Hi” when walking past people.

Keep trying this until you consistently get positive responses back and feel comfortable with it.

Step 3: Make quick observations and verbalise them. Like “Oh what a cute dog,” or “Nice shirt.”

You can end the conversations there. Keep trying this in different ways until you consistently get positive reactions back.

Step 4: Make a real effort to continue the initial conversation in ANY direction.

Just say anything after the initial introduction. Like “Where are you from?” or “What’s the dog’s name?” or “You look like you’re on your way to something important.” You can end the conversations there. Keep trying this in new ways until you can consistently continue conversations beyond the initial introduction, and get the reactions you’re looking for.

If this sounds difficult to you it means you’re probably not at Step 3 yet. Getting to Step 3 makes Step 4 easier, and so on. (And if you need more help with this, my site has a guide that will also help you figure out what to say and how to say it.)

Step 5: Add something personal about yourself, like “I want to get a dog one day.”

Add, “It’d be nice to have something to take care of,” or “You know I usually avoid taking risks but I’m starting to wonder if I should change that,” or “I love __. I could talk about it for hours.”

Rather than trying to impress people with what you say, just aim to keep yourself entertained or engaged. Keep trying this until you consistently get the reactions you want.

Step 6: Ask something that makes the other person think.

Say things like “What made you decide to get into that?” or “Are you usually lucky or unlucky?”, or “What’s something your friends would say you’re great at?” Anything that they have to reflect on before answering.

Now you’re having a legit conversation. Keep trying this until people consistently open up to you.

Step 7: Start group conversations.

For example: “Where are you guys from?” on a walking tour, or “Did anyone see that thing in the news today?” with your co-workers. Keep trying this until you can comfortably lead and continue these group conversations.

And of course do this without being the loud and obnoxious guy who doesn’t know when to shut up and listen.

Build Confidence

Step 8: Play a character in conversation.

If I’m telling a story about the time Steve ate a rotten egg, for example, I might temporarily impersonate his voice and body language and re-enact the situation, rather than just saying, “He cried to mummy and spewed.” Keep trying this until people consistently laugh at your characters.

Step 9: Invite people to things that you organise. Get friends to bring friends you don’t know.

Now you’re leading the social circle. Keep trying this in different ways until people consistently accept your invitations.

At this point the world is your oyster. You’re taking much bigger risks than you were when you started this whole thing because you’ve built a consistent habit of getting out of your head and saying SOMETHING.

This isn’t the end of the road. It’s just a solid foundation that lets you take control of your social life. From here you’ll decide what risks you want to take, and which direction you want to grow in. And if you’re struggling with any of the steps, add your own smaller steps. For example you can ask the time or directions before verbalising observations if that’s easier.

So get up and say something (anything!) to the next person you see. It’s a skill you develop by doing it. Not something you’re born with.

Read more: 3 Steps To Breaking Out Of A Slump

 

Help us give a family a hand up

Cover Our People With Love

‘Cover Our People With Love’  is passing the hat now for a  family with five young kids ranging in age from 11 to less than a year old in Virginia who have electric and water bills they can’t make this month due to the summer expenses and having to move to a higher rent house to get out of a bad school district where the boys were getting assaulted. Their total bills are $400, but anything would be appreciated. They are active in the movement and struggling. Can you help us help them?

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It’s all Greek To Me!

For most humans living today, it’s hard to imagine life without written language, governments and large-scale agriculture. But on the scale of human history, all these are recent inventions. Until just 11,000 years ago, we lived in small groups, hunting, gathering and practicing simple farming. Tribal warfare was common, life spans were short and strangers were rarely encountered.

Today’s piece will be on two ancient civilizations, Ancient Greece and Ancient Rome and the survival lessons we can learn from them.

I want us to focus a little bit on the Greek city that’s most relevant to survival and preparedness, Sparta. If you’ve seen the movie, you probably know people living there were very strict and that’s exactly what you’ll need if you want to be a good prepper. You need determination, you need practice and much more.

In Ancient Sparta, there was a strong emphasis on physical fitness. Boys received physical education from a very young age, 7 to be exact, when they were taken from their mothers and sent to military barracks for training. Girls were taught how to fight as well. Children were taught wilderness survival skills since it was expected they were going to fight at some point in their lives. The Greeks lived a frugal, minimalist life, yet they taught their children things like singing and dancing.

Nearby were the Romans.

As you might expect, life during the Roman Empire was tough. If you didn’t have a job in the city, you were stuck farming and had zero access to the services people in the cities had. Even so, because the Empire was always looking to expand, you’d still have to leave everything behind and go to war if you were needed.

Many compare the fall of the Roman Empire with the migrant crisis in Europe. When you’re too big and keep conquering other nations and territories, you become a target and those people will resent you and try and take you down.

The uprisings of the conquered nations such as the Visigoths (which led to the fall of the Roman Empire) happened because they were treated poorly and, if we look at France today, we something remarkably similar. Many of the radical extremists living inside this once great country are second generation immigrants. Many of them are marginalized, unable to fit, and some have grown so much hatred towards their country of birth that they’ve sworn to take it down.

The biggest survival lesson here is not about homesteading or self-defense. It is merely the bigger they are, the harder they fall. No great country ever stood the test of time before in our history. Countries like France and the UK are already seen by some as mere shadows of what they were 10-20 years ago.

The last lesson from the Roman Empire is no matter how good things are looking, there’s always a chance they’re going to take a turn for the worse.

Always Safe, Always Prepared

Frank Mitchell

At What Cost?

Over the years, I’ve heard survival-minded folk talk about SHTF, WROL, and TEOTWAWKI as though they were looking forward to such disasters. They can test out their cool gear, get to their bug out locations, and live out in real life the survival fantasies they’ve only read about in books.

Okay, maybe I’m being a little harsh, but no matter how well prepared any of us think we are, the reality of a SHTF scenario will absolutely be more than we can imagine and there are a multitude of variables that no one can anticipate.

I can’t ignore the ominous tone of headlines across the internet saying a “surprise” nuclear war, a World War 3, is a possibility. Admittedly, with the current leader of North Korea heading up a standing army of 1.1 million strong, with another 8.3 million in reserves, anything is likely.

Oh, yeah. Those pesky “failed” missile tests. No doubt some of them were actual failures, but what if the goal was only to see how far into the atmosphere the missile could reach? Armed with a nuclear warhead, that launched missile may have a chance of creating an electromagnetic pulse near, or over, the American homeland.

Obviously, I’ve been considering this possible scenario for a while and have determined the best course of action for my family and I is to prepare to maintain the best level of normalcy possible.

If my income is interrupted, I can prepare by saving money, paying off debt, learning additional skills that could generate income and teach my kids skills they can use to earn money.

My thought process here is to become as financially independent as possible on my average, middle class earnings. If war does come, I’m not going to count on the mortgage company telling me I can continue living in our house if I can’t make payments. Even if the dollar becomes devalued, I’d rather have $10,000 in savings than nothing at all.

If supply lines cause scarcity, we can prepare by continuing to stock up on food, medicine, and other hard goods, making sure your kids know how to cook from scratch, and keeping track of these measures so there’s no shortage of anything critical.

No one can stock up on multiples of every single item they might ever need, so I’ve been working on covering the basics and covering them very well. Every month we buy a little more food specifically for our food storage pantry. My wife looks for coupons and sales on non-food items, like OTC medications, household cleaners, paper plates, pretty much anything that would come in handy and has a good long shelf life.

It’s all too easy to mock Kim Jong-un — his haircut, portly build, somewhat vacant stare, but as I’ve taught my kids, someone with an IQ of 48 can kill you just as easily as someone with an IQ 3 times that. Kim Jong-un has managed to have his brother assassinated, has brutally cleansed his government of the tiniest sign of dissent, and seems fully in charge of an isolated country of some 25 million citizens.

I’m not going to minimize the impact of a World War 3 on our homeland.

The Whole Truth And Nothing But The Truth,

Jonathan Chambers

Advice for this weekend’s ShieldWall Network campout.

The Roper Report

Hot Weather Camping

From here.

Hot weather camping is a favorite for many people. One reason it’s their favorite type of camping is they know how to do it. Hot weather camping isn’t something that should be done on the spur of the moment. It takes a lot of planning and preparation. Here are some things that you should know, and things you should do, when camping in hot weather.

  1. Understand that sweating is how your body cools off. If you are in an area that is very humid, your skin may have a tough time cooling down because the moisture doesn’t evaporate easily. To encourage evaporation move around and try to camp in the breeziest areas you can find.
  2. You will need to replace the water you lose through perspiration. Drink enough water to keep your urine light colored or clear. If your urine is dark, your body needs…

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