The pointless and often-perverted “entertainment” — and the often-harmful “work” — offered to us by the System are stealing from us the most valuable thing in the Universe. The ultimate sin — a sin against future generations — is to waste our very limited time here on Earth.
American Dissident Voices broadcast of June 9, 2018
by Kevin Alfred Strom
THE NATIONAL OFFICE of the organization that sponsors this program, the National Alliance, recently received the following After-Action Report (AAR) from a group of National Alliance members and supporters in Tennessee, and it was published a little over a month ago in our print publication, the National Alliance BULLETIN:
I enjoyed exercising what is left of our supposed freedom of expression in this country by hosting an Alliance “banner drop” over southbound Interstate 40, north of Knoxville, Tennessee. The 5-foot by 10-foot banner supplied by the National Office, supported by a couple of steel rods and hardware from my local hardware store — plus three helpers, some careful planning, and our simple pro-White message — became a big hit, viewed by people in hundreds of cars passing directly under it for twenty minutes or so.
I’d wager that drivers started noticing the large blood-red banner a quarter mile away: “It’s great to be White” in large letters with our natall.com Web site address below. It generated many positive horn honks, thumbs-up, and enthusiastic waves, with a couple of not-so-pleasant hand gestures thrown in from the expected haters. The drop went off without a hitch except we stayed in one spot too long. Knoxville Police approached us on the bridge and informed us cordially that we shouldn’t hold our banner “over a federal interstate.” Maybe that’s federal law, maybe not, but we took it to mean we should express our First Amendment rights with banners in the future only over Knoxville municipal streets and Tennessee highways. Lesson learned.
Overall, this activism was effective, gratifying, and not terribly difficult. I recommend other Alliance activists consider similar drops with professionally designed, National Office-approved banners in their respective areas. Be sure to take photos to memorialize and spread around. — D.S., Tennessee