January 14, 2018
Chicago Day of Action
The structure is a reminder of when inhabitants of our greater civilization sought cooperation and progress while remembering their roots and predecessors. Patriot Front activists arrived at a gathering point within walking distance of the site of the planned banner drop, and set out to prepare the 60 foot long canvas for unveiling. After all preparations were met, the banner proudly proclaimed “Keep America American” to all the drivers and pedestrians below. As activists waved flags above, a reasonable amount of car horns were heard in support of the message. From there, activists traveled to the site of the Balbo Monument, a gift to the United States by Italy in 1933 to commemorate General Italo Balbo's transAtlantic flight to Chicago for the Century of Progress World’s fair. Atop the monument stands a 2,000 year old Roman pillar. The structure is a reminder of when inhabitants of our greater civilization sought cooperation and progress while remembering their roots and predecessors.The monument has been targeted by those who would reconstruct reality itself to fit a decisively anti-American political narrative. A demonstration was held in front of the monument to advocate for its existence.Then the activists traveled to a nearby pro-Life march happening in downtown Chicago. Outside of some minor issues with detractors making appeals to police officers to remove those whose views they found offensive, activists managed to carry out considerable outreach to the marchers involved. Many seemed interested in the message, and somewhere between 300 and 400 pages of descriptive material were given out to rally goers.
January 14, 2018
A Worthy Endeavor
Americans are facing the greatest calamity their nation has ever seen straight on, and with the barrel of the gun positioned firmly between their eyes and the tendrils of global finance ready to pull the trigger, they yet remain unaware of the gravity of their situation. Americans know something is wrong. There is a voice deep within them that calls out desperately telling them to alter their course. Our predecessors found this continent a savage and untamed land. They were beset on all sides by disease, famine, war from inland tribes and foreign empires all the same. Standing on the beaches of the new world they looked west and saw a challenge. These men knew that their life would offer them little more than struggle. There was no city of gold over the next hill to greet their weary eyes. The domestication of man today has placed this form of civilization-creating will out of reach for many, and out of the mere imaginations of many more. Yet it is only with this undying passion to forge onwards that we can send this corrupted world back to Hell, and usher in a new one free of all its vices. Architects of the American tragedy we now find ourselves in have, for all their faults, done exceedingly well in dismantling all aspects of tradition and natural life only to cobble them back together as a monstrous reanimation which threatens the American Spirit with a complete negation from all existence and memory thereof.We live in a time where the judgement coming from the universally distrusted, controlled media and our artificially strewn together social cliques now matters more to us than the judgement that may come from history itself, and our descendants as they survey the world we left them. With priorities in such disarray, no progress towards anything worthwhile can be made. Americans know something is wrong. There is a voice deep within them that calls out desperately telling them to alter their course. However, many have not yet heard this call, and not all will join us on our journey to reignite the flickering embers of civilization that once served as a beacon to all the world that great men stood here. We can look our descendants in the eyes and say that we did our part. It was not the ink on documents that forged America, and it wasn’t the contents of bank vaults that gave our nation meaning, purpose, and the will to survive. The blood in the hearts of patriots, and the land for which death was not too high a cost to preserve stands above all other forces that have shaped American history. In this momentous effort we realize our position as simple threads in the fabric of our American way of life. Just as our ancestors were driven insatiably to the next crest of the next mountain on their way from one shining sea to another, not knowing what awaited them, so too must we strive forwards with no misconceptions about victory coming easily or soon. We seek a new, grand vision of America not because it is within a current trend, or promoted by the culture of the day, but because it is the only moral task we may commit ourselves to, so that when our time comes to leave this world, we can look our descendants in the eyes and say that we did our part.
December 22, 2017
San Antonio Outreach
Patriot Front activists arrived at a staging location within walking distance of San Antonio’s river walk. Our mission was simple: walk the length of the river, occupy both mental and physical space, and hand out fliers to the pedestrians enjoying the holidays with their families. Our activists were greeted warmly by those Americans out and about that day, and servicemen from a local military base were particularly likely to wave and say hello. Once activists arrived at the river walk, the group split into two teams and distributed descriptive material between them for maximum outreach. One team traveled along the east side of the river and the other stayed on the west side. Each team gave out several dozen flyers to passersby, with mixed reactions at times, but no outward hostility to the activists themselves. After the speech, delivered with brevity in mind, chants of “Blood And Soil” and “America First” echoed through the adjacent streets. Once the length of the river was walked, activists started to head towards the Alamo. At around 7 p.m. activists staged in front of the Alamo, and began to unveil flags and banners. Roughly 100-150 tourists and locals dotted the sidewalks and paths in front of the Alamo, and many gathered around to hear the message. There was an immediate reaction by police nearby, with vague commands meant to harass the activists and disrupt the demonstration which took place on public property. However, the effort carried on unhindered. A speech was given to all within earshot, as the locals and tourists that were gathered around were very intrigued by what was said. Foreigners gawked and volleyed vulgarities and insults at the activists, but did not engage in any other, meaningful way. After the speech, delivered with brevity in mind, chants of “Blood And Soil” and “America First” echoed through the adjacent streets.The goal of direct public outreach without molestation by political opposition or the dishonest press was met. San Antonio is notable for the extensive demographic changes it has undergone due to the negligence of the government to protect the right to self determination of its citizens. Aside from foreigners occupying a majority of the population, at San Antonio’s heart rests the Alamo, which stood as the final resting place for hundreds of Americans seeking to defend their right to freedom from foreign governance. This symbolic last stand conveyed a message to foreign powers that the American Spirit could not be broken so easily.