January 2, 2022
Third National March
Link to video on Odysee Activists marched across the Potomac, through Washington DC, and gave a speech in front of the Capitol Building. Activists marched five miles through the city with peaceful and orderly conduct before their full, safe departure. The action itself was conducted as a demonstrative display of the convictions and unity of those striving for the cause of national sovereignty, and collective liberty.
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January 2, 2022
Tallest Peaks
Activists summited Mount Elbert, Colorado, Mount Mitchell, North Carolina, Mount Washington, New Hampshire, and Mount Rainer, Washington as part of a unified effort to climb the tallest peaks in the continent.
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July 7, 2021
INDEPENDENCE DAY
Activists held a march through downtown Philadelphia on the eve of Independence Day in true recognition of the day of our national independence, and asserting the right of Americans to assemble and voice the will of the nation's cause. The march crossed notable landmarks across downtown, such as the Philadelphia Museum of Art, City Hall, and Independence Hall. While contested by a small and disorganized cavalcade of individuals, the march proceeded and concluded without any harm coming to the activists, or any substantial delays in a safe exit from the marching route. The activists were briefly halted by armed denizens of the state, who were all too happy to leave the violence-riddled crimescape of a city to its own convulsions while they gloated and posed for interviews. After a emblematic display of bureaucratic incompetence, the police concluded their harassments and the activists completed their task in the city. To face these injustices is to seek not to simply celebrate our national day of independence, but to exercise that freedom we have left, amid the hallowed grounds that once fostered a righteous cause that would ring down the centuries to us. The wills of the men whose names were first affixed to the documents that would shape a prosperous nation have long since been absent in the streets around which these events occurred. In that city, men of our nation once kindled the flames of revolution, to challenge the might of a global order which had never seen defeat. Treason, it was called, traitors they were in the eyes of foreign rule. It is once again a radical notion, a so-called treasonous thought to say that Americans must dictate America, that our government must have roots in the very nature of our people. These things have been forgotten. Decades of lies and half truths have been heaped upon the foundation. That which they cannot steal, they twist into a pale imitation meant to placate us into a quiet submission. To make us accept that we are surrounded by the ruins of the world that was once promised to us. Prosperity corrupted into decadence. Liberty violated to the point of self destruction. Sovereignty bent to imperialism. Days made sacrosanct by the virtuous and revolutionary ought to be honored in the same spirit that made us recognize the fourth. Asserting our right to forge our own national destiny is worth all that we must give and more. Those days of July saw patriots in chains, in mass graves, starved, beaten, robbed of all they had. Yet today the customary tradition is to meekly "celebrate" one revolution, when another's time has come. To conclude anything else, is to abuse what liberties we yet have, given to us steeped in the blood of patriots and tyrants. In the year that has passed, the fires have not gone out, the blood has not left the streets, the halls of government have not slowed in their mission to see us all as slaves, or corpses. -- Neither have we tired, neither have we forgotten every injustice exacted upon our people and pledged to enact immutable justice, neither will we abandon our cause or see our days absent the work of a revolutionary! To make the men, who will make a nation. To teach the truths that will wake a generation. To bring forward an untarnished beacon of resistance.
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June 25, 2021
VICTORY OR DEATH
Activists held joint memorial marches in San Antonio, Texas and Nashville, Tennessee. These observations of Memorial Day stand in contrast to the commonplace, degrading gestures given by state office or those who find American life valuable enough to honor once it has past in conflict, but not so valuable that we must wage our battles for the nation alone. In San Antonio, the activists proceeded through downtown and held a speech in front of Alamo Plaza, on the very grounds that the storied battle took place nearly two centuries ago. For perhaps the first time since the cannons roared on that prairie, a great number of Americans echoed the same spirit that made sacred that rocky soil. Surrounding the hallowed site are peddlers of innumerable useless trinkets, desperate attempts to pry money from the crowds with drink or game. Consumerism won the battle for the city more divisively than the foreign armies which once assailed the soldiers of the Alamo. In Nashville, the activists crossed the Cumberland River, and travelled through the city to reach a large Great War memorial located within Legislative Plaza. Day by day, oblivious pedestrians and disgraceful bureaucrats irreverently walk past the countless names of the vanquished placed upon the walls of the plaza. The venues for vice, and obscene displays of indulgence are packed wall to wall, yet the sites of the men who granted the prosperity that is now relentlessly abused are as silent as the graves of the men to which they are dedicated. We wage war against the despair that has been inflicted upon our people. The countless humiliations and injustices are our opponents in this battle for the national spirit. To embody a revolutionary conviction is to make ones soul inhospitable to the deepest reaches of tyranny over the minds of men. Realizations that the world is within grasp, that the future is unwritten, deny the enemies of our nation the one thing that they can never force us to yield. Our sacred honor. Beautiful conviction is spiritual revolution. Life is not so dear to us, and comfort is not so cherished that we will bear witness to the corruption of the modern state idle. Cultural tyranny exalts the conveniences of conventional life above all else, and tells us that nothing is worth the discomfort that opposing it would bring. We disagree. The price of our lives is an unbroken chain of resistance from when our eyes are first open to the nation's cause, to the very ends of our strength, and our youth.. Until there are new generations of the nation's faithful ready to answer the call that will only fall silent when the last patriot sheds the last drop of American blood.
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June 15, 2021
WESTERN CROSSROADS
Activists conducted a march through downtown Salt Lake City, and past the grounds of the State Capitol. In the spirit of western expansion, this action constituted the largest and most visible action the organization has taken collectively in the region to date. The western reaches of our continent once bore witness to the great deeds of countless Americans. Even daily life on the new and expansive frontier necessitated a certain distinguished nature of conduct. This spirit would come to define, and give rise to a bolstered national consciousness. In the days since manifest destiny bridged the two shining seas, our spirit has faltered. We have forgotten our origins in exchange for the figmentary idea of material progress. A man's work no longer has meaning or connection to a cause. It is instead a cynical subservience to the power of capital that guides modern labor. Where once there was opportunity, adventure, and conquest in life's work, now there remains only senseless toil to keep illness and starvation just a few inches from the door. Our government has grown foreign to us, as those who do recall the American Spirit. We fight a new battle today, and the frontier is within us. The lands ripe for conquest lie within the hearts of a new generation. To be victorious in this, is to make manifest a destiny that the centuries may not tarnish.
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