Independence Day is not to be celebrated under tyranny.
Activists held a march through Boston, Massachusetts in recognition of Independence Day. Flyers were distributed and speeches were given at the historic site of the Boston Massacre, and in front of the Public Library. Activists were able to proceed peacefully and orderly through over two miles of the city despite harassment from police and an isolated attempt to assault the column by a pedestrian. These actions were carried out to promote the principles of the nation state, voice an indictment to the cowardice that permits inaction, and to encourage a true recognition of our nation's sacred history.
Independence Day is not to be celebrated under tyranny, it is to be recognized with action in the spirit of our revolutionary forebears. Modern times have turned independence, a sacred trait of national sovereignty, into a commercialized trinket to be "celebrated" with star-spangled paper plates and mystery-meat hot dogs. It's despicable. This has been done because a holiday of righteous, rebellious action is not profitable. It is not predictable. It is not sedentary and slavish, like those in power wish us to be.
The patriot does not ask for permission or permits to exercise his rights, immutable, inalienable, incorruptible.
The days leading up to Independence Day MMXXII bore witness to unprecedented attacks on the Front, its members, and its ideals. This was not merely a bold public action to carry on the spirit of rebellion, but a renewed declaration of resistance against the police, politicians, and journalists whose varied attacks all break like waves against a stony shore. When submission is not an option, repression is only cause to establish our own networks of support. Our national rebirth won’t come from the same State which has administered our present ruin, but from the growth of these organic connections forged out of dire necessity between those who believe in a brighter future. The end result of this is the core of legitimacy which will grow into a new State apparatus which will represent our people, and establish the National Republic which stands as the only system under which our people can prosper.
After the march, the ire of local figureheads was drawn. The usual boilerplate statements were dusted off and rolled out. Approved statements for the supplicant masses. If mere slander could halt the march of patriotism, then the activists would have never stepped foot in Boston, instead all their breath is wasted. The patriot does not ask for permission or permits to exercise his rights, immutable, inalienable, incorruptible.