April 12, 2023
AGAINST ALL DEPRAVITY
Activists across the continent have engaged in a multitude of peaceful and orderly protests against a myriad of homosexual "drag" events. Some of these events -- and their sexual displays -- were openly marketed towards or contained children within their audiences. The protests took place in Wadsworth, Ohio, Cookeville, Tennessee, Chattanooga, Tennessee, Chardon, Ohio, Katy, Texas, Cookeville, Tennessee, Columbus, Ohio and Boston, Massachusetts. In spite of legal harassments stemming from the planned protest of similar child-targeted strip shows in Idaho last year, the organization has continued undeterred in its efforts to proclaim a stance of decency, morality, and cleanliness to these acts of public depravity. It is not merely enough to hold beliefs of virtue, like our rights, they are useless if we do not exercise them. Just the same, it is not merely enough to find in oneself the proper degree of disgust for those who defame and mutilate the image of man and woman, one must make this reason heard and felt in the public space. The homosexual agenda and its various lobbying groups rely on a fabricated narrative of social acceptance to advance their molestation of society. Public protest, the oldest and most sacred of rights, carried out in a consistent and uncompromising fashion, contradicts this false narrative of acceptance.
March 31, 2023
IN THE WAKE OF DISASTER
During February, March and April Patriot Front members were able to lend aid to several communities facing a multitude of natural and manmade disasters. Tornadoes devastated towns in Mississippi and Arkansas, and the results of a massive chemical spill left many without access to clean water in Ohio. In all these instances, activists saw the destruction taking place in news reports, and wasted no time in mobilizing men, tools and the necessary time to make an impact for affected Americans in the radius of calamity. Our new politics are made of people, and not policies. Because this is the case, the help we lend to our people to recover from disaster is, in and of itself, a statement of our political ideals. In East Palestine, Ohio activists were able to deliver trucks full of water and other assorted necessities. Members worked with locals to distribute the supplies and bring awareness to the plight of those living in the areas affected by the disaster. In northwest Mississippi, activists used chainsaws to clear fallen trees from homes, roads, and walkways. At the same time, other members spread tarps over damaged roofs so that the affected homes would be safe from water damage coming from future storms. In central Arkansas, activists repaired homes themselves. Members tore out broken drywall and debris from homes so that structural repairs and replacements could be made. These efforts benefit those of our people most in need in a time of great uncertainty, but their positive effects do not end there. The arduous labor and aspects of this work encourages young men to learn new skills, and maintain high levels of fitness to be valuable in these times of need. These works allow the Front to hold true to its promise to transform the lives of Americans, not just in the future, but in the present as well. It is important that the national youth provides an alternative to reliance on the government and profiteers in times of turmoil. America should be a vast national community replete with the vitality and youth -- the spirit of motion to seek hardship for its own sake -- to render any disaster a mere inconvenience. The activists ask no payment, and take none. Gratitude, and sustenance for the day are all more than enough for men whose ideals of a better future drive their every effort. It is important for those viewing these actions to remember that their documentation is not to garner fame or affection. The Front showcases these works as an example -- a call to action -- for any who proclaim to stand for their people. What we do for our people is never, and will never be enough. We must always seek to give more, to work harder, to offer greater stability and prosperity to our countrymen. He who wishes to stand against anything that threatens the lives of Americans should take action and join the ranks of those most effective in countering all dangers, with the greatest ideals to restore the protections of liberty and sovereignty in our homeland.
September 26, 2022
Activists held a training assembly in Tennessee. Drilling, defensive posture, and martial arts were all practiced and instructed for many hours. These matters serve to build strength, coordination, and mental acuity among the activists. Representatives from Networks across the Northeast and Midwest were in attendance to the intense weekend of instruction, so that they might learn and share skills upon their return home. Drilling is critical in keeping spacing and order among a large marching column of activists, especially in consideration to plausible threats posed to the lawful and peaceable assemblies of patriots in the modern political climate. Proper drill showcases the ideals of discipline which the Front seeks to inject into the lives of American men, and illustrates the ability of these patriots to learn skills in unison. It is symbolic, as well as practical. Activists of all experience levels are present at such assemblies, and coordination of training and improvement efforts can vary heavily based on the composition of those receiving the instructions. The inclusion of boxing and grappling classes serves to promote health, sport, and friendly contest among the participants. Such contests are, and have always been, a keystone of masculine virtue, and an impetus for personal development. Basic posture and repetition present in these training efforts become invaluable to young men developing greater confidence in potentially hazardous environments, and in one's approach to challenging scenarios. These sports and martial disciplines have been present in our nation's culture for generations, and the matter of keeping them alive is as much about tradition as it is about the improvement of lives. Especially focused on in the assembly's classes were drills on defensive posture. These drills sought to instruct activists on when not to interact with a potential assailant, and practicing that limited and measured interaction for the immediate defense of oneself and one's compatriots directly aside himself. It is a shameful, but well recognized reality that enemies of the nation's cause will attempt to instigate assaults so that he who protects himself from injury will be slandered as an aggressor. In this case, shields are applied in obvious and exclusive use for the common defense of activists and their speech from direct injury proceeding from any such attempts. These implements keep any activist from having to come into direct contact with an attacker in order to prevent himself from coming to harm. Assemblies are not without time for social connection and brotherhood, either. Activity is punctuated by time where members can get to share experiences, discuss their thoughts, and discover the common bonds which unite us as a people, as fighters for a cause greater than ourselves. This well regulated posture of conduct may also be viewed as a political statement in itself. Contrary to the hysterical prattling of establishment media, the organization does not believe in nor practice conduct relating to violent behavior. It is instead the denizens of the extant government who use chaos, crime, and wanton mob violence as a political sledgehammer to silence dissent. It has long since been the aim of subversive political agents to create a domestic climate of alienation and fear. In such a climate, Americans may be led to consider the government as a force for stability, rather than the instigator of this strife. Likewise, selective enforcement of legal bureaucracy flourishes amidst widespread division and disorder. Among those in service to the nation's true cause, it is a firmly held belief that any government which benefits from civil strife has forfeit its legitimate function, and is overdue for the alteration or abolition forewarned by our forebears.
September 24, 2022
Full video below. Activists helped communities recover from the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in several communities in western Florida. Members cleared branches and fallen trees from roads, placed tarps over exposed roofs, removed hazardous debris from parks and playgrounds, and lifted downed trees from homes. In the days leading up to the mobilization, the organization's members and Networks across the South kept a keen eye on forecasts for the region. Local members communicated damage reports and helped advise on plans of assistance. The storm had passed over Florida's peninsula, and convoys of members carrying rakes, chainsaws, and hardhats were already on the move East before Ian made a second landfall in the Carolinas. Along the way, activists reported passing larger convoys of disaster relief forces on the highway. Although smaller in scope and funding, the response of the Front's resources were quick, mobile, and every participant was a healthy, virtuous man of American stock willing to bear any privation for the aid of his countrymen. By morning the convoys from Network's One and Two from Texas, and Four from Oklahoma and Arkansas had joined with Network 6 out of Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia, alongside members from Florida, and Louisiana. Teams were delegated, and equipment prepared. Routes were found into areas which were affected, but still accessible to outside civilians. Teams began clearing out roads and parks in public spaces while others went freely from door to door offering assistance. Before long, every activist was immersed in laborious efforts with a to-do list that would last throughout the day and into the night. Once all that could be done in the time granted was complete, the members were invited to share community and fellowship with those who they had helped throughout the day. In an amazing showing of solidarity, disaster had dissolved the differences usually present between the myriad of Americans present. No thought was given to the slanders of the media as the activists demonstrated virtue enough to dispel any lack of confidence. The objective of the effort wasn't political in any strict and reductive sense, and especially not in the modern sense. The politicians were busying themselves with each other at the time, never truly mingling with the people. There is a separation of social and political life in the contemporary era that comes from immense polarization, and the everyman's virulent distaste for the political charade that harvests optimism from the voter base and processes it into apathy that allows those same bureaucrats to get away with treason. The Front seeks to dissolve the boundary between social and political life. Simple acts of virtue, doing the right thing for one's nation and people, are themselves a statement for society as a whole. Our decline as a people began when it was taught to us that civic duty amounted to a paltry visit to the ballot box. We were taught this by statesmen who feared what a populace of Americans immersed in their civic duty would conclude about our current government. The activist is one who makes his life a declaration. He is one who lives at all times to ideals greater than himself. This can be evident in actions great and small, all linked by the same driving passion of loyalty to one's people and their welfare. In this case, it was evident by the sweat on the brows of men hauling logs, drilling boards, sawing branches, and swinging axes. These men weren't paid in anything but food, water, and the thanks of those whom they toiled for. These actions were documented and promoted to the world so that others may emulate these efforts, so that young men have a clear view of where virtuous brotherhood is found, so that there may be more and more men who embody this lifestyle to take greater and greater leaps in advancement of our nation's welfare under a crumbling State which sees our people as an obstacle to progress, if it sees us at all.
July 3, 2022
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 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.