Arkansas division of The ShieldWall Network scheduled meeting in north-central Arkansas on May 20th, RSVP to email@example.com for details.
In multiracial, diverse states, human nature is a centrifugal force, pulling the competing demographic populations apart, while the central authority is the centripetal force, trying to hold the disparate groups together. This is why the government is your enemy, White man. I know this article is longer than a meme, but please read through it to the end, and see what the inevitable result is when centrifugal forces outweigh totalitarianism. I’ll give you a hint. It starts with a “B”…
“Countries today face a myriad of issues that threaten to divide its citizens. Religious differences, for example, can split people of the same culture. Differences in language can be a cause for unrest, and may require resolution by the central government. Cultural diversity in many countries is deeply rooted and can create powerful divisions within the population. Divisions are a reality in any country, but there are also forces…
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What are you fighting for if you’re not preserving our culture? Our People are descendants of explorers, inventors, architects, farmers, artists, miners, ranchers, fishermen, hunters, poets, musicians, composers, wood workers, philosophers, seamstress’, chefs, cobblers, millers, clock makers, printers, authors, ship builders, navigators, scientists, astronomers, surgeons, mechanics, doctors, pioneers, rulers, and warriors. We have discovered, conquered and built countries, and for what? So you can stare mindlessly at shallow posts on the internet? So you can waste your time constantly staring at the television?
Our future generations don’t even know the majority of our people’s contributions to the world, much less the skills that our descendants found important to teach and pass on to the next generation. Blame it on the public education system all you want, but ultimately it is YOUR responsibility to teach your children about our culture and history. If your children or the people around you are…
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The next meeting of the ShieldWall Network will be held on May 20th in north-central Arkansas. The exact time and location will be given out closer to the event date, by RSVP. Topics for discussion at this meeting will include the final planning of our summer campout, open to all ShieldWall Network affiliates; a ‘White Lives Matter’ red balloon release to honor the victims of White genocide, and lectures and discussions on how to become a person of influence in your community, how to find and recruit like-minded people, and how to organize them into the ShieldWall. Stay tuned for more information as the date nears, and make your plans to attend.
by Billy Roper
On March 18th, 2017, the second ShieldWall Network meeting was held in central Arkansas. The attendees, which consisted of twelve men, three women, and four young people ages 10-15, enjoyed the snacks and many raffled door prizes, as well as the speakers, but the face-to-face camaraderie they experienced was probably the most encouraging and beneficial impact of their attendance. Six of them were people whom I had never met before, and I love to make new friends “IRL”, “In Real Life”.
Some books and CDs were sold, a lot of free literature was passed out, and several ongoing affiliated projects were described, including Tina’s discussion of the Tomorrow Belongs To Me Sobriety program, the Shield Maidens women’s organization, and the Cover Our People With Love pro-White charity. Thank you to Sharon and Kim for your donations to ‘Cover Our People With Love‘. Also, thank you to Chris and Justina for helping to plan and organize the meeting, and secure its location.
Karl gave an excellent presentation on the importance of getting involved in local politics, and inspired the audience to follow his example in becoming active in the community as a person of influence in that manner. He also presented an informative powerpoint slideshow about the ShieldWall Network‘s upcoming summer group campout, which was then planned among the attendees.
Pat, a White Nationalist author and podcast host, spoke about his racial awakening and discussed the impetus for his research into our people’s history, culture, and heritage. Like Billy Roper, he also had his books available for signing and purchase at the meeting. Here is Pat’s website.
After a discussion a vote was held to decide the location of the next ShieldWall Network meeting, and the consensus was that it will be held in Northern Arkansas on the third Saturday in May.
Following the meeting’s adjournment, participants took part in the ‘White Man’s March‘ demonstration of opposition against White genocide, centered around a large professionally made banner which states in big, bold red letters that ‘Diversity = White Genocide‘. There was NO confrontation with law enforcement or counter-demonstrators, or any problems experienced whatsoever. The only negative reaction was one woman across the street shaking her head in disapproval. Some ShieldWall Network affiliates provided discrete security overwatch of the situation, just in case, while others actively participated. Otherwise, we received only thumbs up, waves, smiles, and honks of support. Some drivers turned around and parked across the busy street in rush hour traffic to take pictures of us and the banner.
Overall, it was a wonderful day, the meeting and getting to know new people, as well as seeing some whom I hadn’t worked with in years, was great, very great. Sharing ideas, tactics, and strategies to benefit ourselves, one another, and our community and race as a whole was very educational, inspiring, and encouraging for everyone present. I’d like to thank everyone who attended, from the college kid Alt Righters to the old fighters of the movement who have been doing this with me for twenty years. I’d also like to thank Bob, who wasn’t able to make it but sent along with two other patriots who did attend, a large selection of bottled water and soft drinks to go along with the snacks and finger foods which everyone appreciated very much.
In conclusion, I was extremely happy with the turnout, especially considering how many young people and new people there were present.Those who have held in real life White Nationalist meetings understand that, some organization’s artificially inflated numbers aside, getting 19 people together locally is a respectable attendance.There were many other people who would have come, had they not been kept from doing so by work or family obligations which we understood. It’s anticipated that their added presence at the next meeting in May will make that gathering even larger, as the ShieldWall Network continues to grow.
For those who were not able to attend this meeting, here is a ten minute long video excerpt giving you an idea of what The ShieldWall Network is all about. Feel free to share it, of course. We hope to see you next time!
The second ShieldWall Network meeting was a great time, I wish you all could have been there! We had four speakers and a great time getting to know each other, sharing ideas and inspiration. For those of you who couldn’t be with us, here are some short clips from it. Unfortunately my device wouldn’t let me save more video, so you’ll just have to show up to the next meeting, in May, to get the full effect.
Today, Saturday, March 18th, 2017, is the ‘White Man’s March’!
You may not “march”: if you don’t have an appropriate space to, the name of the event came from the month in which it is held each year, the month after “Black History Month”. A standing protest, or one moving up and down a sidewalk with your signs, posters, and flags facing traffic for a half hour may work just as well in getting out the message that we oppose White genocide and want to encourage our people that they are not alone or forgotten. You may even distribute flyers and stickers as you move along. So long as you don’t block the flow of vehicular or pedestrian traffic, you can do as you wish.
You may not be a White “man”. Many of the pledged…
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by Billy Roper
Part of the mission of The ShieldWall Network is teaching people how to become persons of influence in their community. As we’ll be discussing in depth at our meeting on March 18th, there are a lot of ways to do this: volunteering with charities, involvement in civic organizations, and socializing with like-minded people in your area who are also active locally. Here are some tips on how to meet people who share many of our views by getting involved in local politics:
I am often asked what the best way is for someone to get involved with their local political party (of all partisan persuasions). This question comes from people who are interested in someday running for office, or who simply want to help thier party’s cause in their town or county. The answer I give them is: “Just do it.” Too often, people who want to get involved in politics think that it will just “happen,” that someday someone will call them out of the blue and ask them to run for office or get involved in a campaign. This is simply not the case. The best way to get involved with your local party organization is to get out there and get started:
1. Go to Meetings
The single best way to get to know your local party leaders and candidates, as well as other activists, is to go to your town or county political committee meetings. These meetings are usually open to any member of the party, and provide a great opportunity for you to not only get to know other people in the party, but to learn about the issues facing your community as well. Call your local party to find out the time and location of these meetings.
2. Volunteer at Headquarters
If you want to stay on top of the latest campaign news, learn how to run a campaign, or are thinking about running for office yourself, there is no better place to learn than at your local party headquarters. Spend a few hours each week at “HQ.” You will start off stuffing envelopes and answering phones, but you will soon have the opportunity for more responsibility and access. Keep your eyes open, and learn all you can.
3. Work on a Campaign
There is nothing more exciting than working on a campaign. Call a local candidate and offer to volunteer on the campaign. More likely than not, the campaign will be glad to have you for whatever amount of time you can spare. During the campaign, you will gain invaluable political experience and contacts, and get to participate in the thrill of political campaigning. Volunteers do everything from planning events to going door-to-door meeting the voters.
4. Start an Affiliated Party Organization
If you are a good organizer and feel up to the challenge, think about starting a local political organization or club in your community. There are any number of clubs that you can start, as well as established groups that are looking to expand into new areas, including the Young Republicans or Young Democrats, party women’s groups, etc.
5. Get your Friends and Family Involved
Once you start to get involved in local politics, encourage your friends and family to get involved too. By building your own organization of committed activists, you can provide an invaluable service to the local party. Campaigns will know they can call on you to quickly raise volunteers or hold events. This is an especially valuable tactic if you are planning to run for office in the future.
6. Run for Office
The pinnacle of involvement in local party politics is running for office yourself. There are probably dozens of offices you can run for in your area — start off small and work your way up. Think about running for party offices — such as Democratic or Republican committeeman or committeewoman, as well as civic offices, such as judge of elections, school board, or town council. Call party headquarters to ask what offices are up for election soon, and whether candidates are needed for any of these races.
7. Stay Informed
As you volunteer, get involved, and run for office, make sure to stay informed about local issues, as well as new political techniques and strategy. Read your local paper(s) and regional magazines, and attend civic and town hall meetings. To receive the latest campaign tips by email, make sure to sign up for the Local Victory Newsletter.
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