Activists completed two pro-life demonstrations in an annual effort which runs parallel to existing demonstrations in the same vicinity. Each year has presented new dynamics and new challenges. In previous years, activists have protested the cancellation of these public actions by the State under the auspices of public safety due to alleged viral outbreaks.
If those in power hold a monopoly on the public space, they likewise hold a monopoly on the minds of the people.
There is every reason to believe that legislation that locks down the public space is inherently political in nature, and meant to silence dissent. If those in power hold a monopoly on the public space, they likewise hold a monopoly on the minds of the people. Bold, public action is the timeless voice of the revolutionary. In the modern day, this action overwrites many oligarchic means of censorship. The resounding similarity between all years of organizing these demonstrations is that the conviction of the activists, the dedication to advocacy for the family, is stronger than the barriers placed in the way by the police, the media, and the legislative bodies of the State.
Due to previous circumstances with opposition and past appearances by the organization, it was strongly predicted that the organization would be in attendance at these events. For better or worse, this had not been a factor in years past. In spite of this knowledge of the Front’s foretold showing, and the organization's showing at Chicago's demonstrations roughly a week prior, it was proposed that the activists might not appear in Washington. Spineless sycophants of the State pondered this hope of theirs until activists marched off of the train platform and ran straight into the national spotlight.
Opposition groups made many calls to hinder or even attack the activists as they protested the industrialized massacre of the unborn. The organization had no intentions of backing away from the promise made to be present at these actions, and would not back down under the pressure. In contrast to all the calls from opposition, no hinderance or assaults were made on the activists due to opposition incompetence, or impotence. Once again, the squealing of journalists and the crazed obscenities of anarchists had no discernible effect. Once again it was proven that the monolithic wall of threats and libel that corner American men into complacency can be broken. More than broken, they can be proven wrong. Not with debates or rhetoric, but with a public presence that refuses to be denied.
Armies may have conquered this continent, but it was families that kept it.
Activists were able to march through the downtown regions of Chicago, and Washington for several miles. All the while, chanting, handing out flyers, and making the unique interest of the American nation known. It is not enough to speak to the universal morality of life's inherent value, but of the nation's place in this morality. Where the sanctity of the family is concerned, the nation is an aggregate of those families. There is no separation between the interest of the family unit, and that of the nation. Armies may have conquered this continent, but it was families that kept it. The organization maintains the principles of life, and upholds our own nation’s place at the center of our efforts to protect it.