Revolutions are Fought and Won by Minorities

Thank you to all my comrades who participated in the Spring Blitz Campaign, please keep up the good work. To all those who have not participated: it’s never to late to start. I urge you to look through the past article of this blog for ideas and then put them into execution.

Comrades, I would like to write a few words on a passage from Mein Kampf:

“Against us we have the innumerable army of all those who are lazy-minded and indifferent rather than evil, and those whose self-interest leads them to uphold the present state of affairs. On the apparent hopelessness of our great struggle is based the magnitude of our task and the possibilities of success. A battle-cry which from the very start will scare off all the petty spirits, or at least discourage them, will become the signal for a rally of all those temperaments that are of the real fighting metal. And it must be clearly recognized that if a highly energetic and active body of men emerge from a nation and unite in the fight for one goal, thereby ultimately rising above the inert masses of the people, this small percentage will become masters of the whole. World history is made by minorities if these numerical minorities represent in themselves the will and energy and initiative of the people as a whole.” – Mein Kampf, Volumn 2, Chapter 2

Revolutions are fought and won by small but dedicated minorities. If National Socialism is to survive then it will need it’s small but dedicated army of activists educating the white masses. I appeal to everyone who knows the score but is not currently numbered among the dedicated few, please identify and address whatever is holding you back and join us.

For all dedicated comrades who may be frustrated because they don’t see any progress, remember this: Victory is not going to happen over night. We all need to be in it for the long haul. You may not be able to see progress, but that does not mean it isn’t happening.

Chris 14/88

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Spring Blitz Outreach Campaign


April is White Pride Month. Please celebrate by participating in the annual spring blitz outreach campaign. You can get ideas from this blog and from the ANP’s support page.

Chris 14/88

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How to Publish Your Own Literature

Below in an article which I found on producing your own material. I am currently working on a series of articles on this same topic which goes in to more detail.


The first step in having a visible presence and attracting new recruits is often getting your information into print. This can seem a daunting task and is often something that people half do but in fact it is quite straightforward to produce high quality publications. The thing is to start small, do a leaflet for instance to begin with for a large gathering and perhaps an 8 page newsletter to sell. I’ll start by talking about leaflets.

Writing: Writing an article or leaflet is never as difficult as it seems. Start off by jotting down a few facts you want to get across and two or three arguments you want to make. Have a look at articles on similar subjects for ideas and if it’s a current issue at recent newspapers for facts. Write an introduction paragraph that will grab peoples attention. Try and make it current and saying something they don’t know, a lot of people will just look at the first paragraph and unless it’s interesting, won’t read on. If you’re really stuck leave this to the end. Then put together the facts and arguments you wish to make. Keep your sentences short and free of jargon. Keep your paragraphs short as well, three or four sentences. Each paragraph should make no more than one argument. Think about the people who will be reading it. How much knowledge can you assume they have about the subject? You’re better off under-estimating this slightly than over-estimating it. Try and finish off on a practical note, perhaps telling people of a good web site or advocating a particular set of tactics. Steer clear of cliches as endings unless that’s the central point you’re making.

Now you should have a draft article. Read through it a couple of times and make the following changes: Do you support your arguments with facts or reason or do they just sound like slogans? Have you expressed yourself in a straightforward manner or are some of your sentences convoluted and unclear? Do you repeat yourself or can you rearrange the order of the paragraphs so your argument flows more clearly? What is racialist about what you are saying? How can you emphasise your racialism better within what you are saying without appearing demeaning? Is the overall impact positive and constructive or do you just appear to be giving out about what other people are doing? You’ll find each time you re-read it you’ll see a slightly better way to say things. This makes the difference between an interesting piece and a boring piece. Have a look at the editing part below for more things to watch out for.

Editing: Writing can be the easy part, the hard part is giving your work to someone else to look at and correct or suggest amendments. But again, this is a vital part both because everyone reads things in a different way and they will spot odd-sounding phrases you won’t, and also because we all make mistakes which other people can pick up on. In a new group the process of editing, if correctly handled, can make a big contribution to the political development of the group. When you’re editing, be careful to respect the writer’s work while pointing out problems you see with it. There’s nothing wrong with making mistakes and sometimes they may be right. The editing group should be willing to discuss suggested changes fully. Keep editing and proofreading separate, there’s nothing worse then having your spelling constantly corrected in a session that’s meant to be looking at the political or factual content of your work. Note down exactly the agreed-upon changes and see if the sentences still make sense when they are put in. Your suggestion of a wording or a fact possibly could be better expressed by trying to suggest the alternative wording. Points to look for when you are editing: Do I agree with what the leaflet is saying? Is the leaflet convincing or do the arguments need expanding on and are more facts needed? Do we assume too much knowledge on the part of the audience? Are there irrelevancies which could be cut or boring bits which should be re-written? Is it positive and what message does it get across? Does it present a positive image of the movement and will it promote interest? Is it the right length for the available space?

Proofreading: Proofreading is one of those things that some people are good at and some people are useless at. But it’s very important to do it as when you write something it can be very hard to see even very obvious mistakes. If you give out something with a lot of mistakes then that is what people will remember about it rather then its content. The edited text of a leaflet should always be proofread before it is produced.

Layout: You may be lucky when it comes to layout and have someone with computer skills, a computer and a printer, in which case they will be able to use a package like Pagemaker or QuarkXpress to give you a very professional looking layout. If you lack these though, you can still do a lot with a typewriter, a sharp blade, letterset and some glue. If you can only use word processors you can still do a lot by mixing the techniques. First of all, in general you want to have a big headline, text in columns and a graphic. Don’t try and squeeze too much text in or people won’t read it. If you have access to all the computer skills and equipment then just go ahead and do it. If you don’t, find some way to learn and get access, as it will make life much easier. Meanwhile, here’s how it was done in the old days. If you only have partial computer access/skills then mix what you have with what’s below for the best results (e.g. many people will not be able to computerize graphics, but can use the cut and paste method below). Get a piece of paper and with a light blue pencil rule out columns, margins, space for a headline and a graphic. Measure the column width and type your text so it is the same width (either on a typewriter or word processor). NB Light Blue pencil marks do not show up when you photocopy or print. Then with a sharp knife, cut out the columns and put them to one side. With graphics, try and get one that is just black and white if you are photocopying. Racialist magazines/papers are good sources. Build up a clipping library. If you have to use a photo, try and use one that has been screened (i.e. from a newspaper, you should be able to see that it is made up of many dots) and has a lot of contrast in it. Otherwise you may end up with a black smear. Most photocopiers can be used to enlarge or reduce the photo to the size you require. A computer equivalent of a clipping file is to keep copies of all the good graphics you find on racialist web pages and convert them into pics (mac) or bmps (pc) which most application will read. For a headline, either print one out in a big text size using your word processor or if you don’t have one, use letterset. Letterset consists of rub on letters and can be bought in most art or stationary shops. It’s a pain to use, but looks much better then a normal size type headline. Carefully rule out a guide line and rub the letters down along this line. Next stick your columns and graphic down in the space provided.

Printing / Photocopying: Be careful to leave enough time to get this done before the event you intend to distribute the leaflet at. If you have access to cheap photocopying where you live, (try print shops near college campuses for the best rates) then this is normally the cheapest way to print up to 1,000 or so copies. Check out community centres, student unions and office workers for cheap / free photo-copying. Otherwise, you’ll have to find a cheap printer. Generally, print shops are very expensive although they may be more willing to deal in short runs. Find out where other local groups get their stuff printed; there may well be a sympathetic print shop in town. Make sure you have given the printer clear instructions, that everything is well stuck down and that it will be ready in advance of when you need it. Arrange for someone to pick up the material as soon as it is finished.

Distribution: Drop leaflets around record shops, libraries, bookshops or anywhere else where free newspapers etc. are left.

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Craigslist Activism

An easy and fun way to advertise our cause or website is making postings such as in the “rant and rave” section in your local area (or other areas). The ad is free and anonymous. In a few minutes, you can post an ad that will be seen by hundreds of people each day in your community. There are also views from outside your area, since curious people can surf the posts in any area. In a week an ad can easily rack up over a thousand hits with links to your websites.

Just go to and create an account with any valid email. Your email will not be visible to anyone seeing or responding to the ad. After you log in, on the home page under the “Personals” section, click “rants and raves”. You may need to select your geographical area first. Posting to non-local cities or states works fine if posts are limited to one or two at a time, which they should be anyway. On the page listing the rants and raves, there is a “post” link at the top right of the page. This will take you through the simple process of posting an ad.

Before you publish your ad, go to and follow the simple instructions for generating a counter code for your craigslist ad. Copy and paste this code line at the bottom of your craigslist text before you post your ad. This will give your ad a counter, and you can track the hits, and the location of your hits, on the clmetrics website by entering the counter number in the box on the webpage. You can re-use this same counter every time you re-post your ad on craigslist. Just paste the same code into your ad every time.

(Make sure to have a word document of your ad with the counter code pasted on it saved on your computer so you can quickly copy and paste the whole ad on craigslist any time you need to.)

Recommendations for your posting:

Post a picture with your ad. You can upload any graphic saved on your computer in step 2 of the posting process. Ads with a picture get clicked on much more often.

Don’t post numerous ads at once, or they might all get flagged and removed.

Posters should expect to be “flagged” by the opposition, which often leads to deletion of the ad before it expires. In this case the ad can simply be re-posted. That’s why the craigslist account needs to be monitored regularly.

Appeal to the curiosity of “mainstream” types with your ad if you want viewers to follow website links on the page. Or, you can post very controversial images and text if you are going for the direct approach, but the more obviously “Nazi” your ad is the quicker it might be removed. Remember that the TITLE of your ad must entice viewers to click open your ad. The picture will be the next thing they see. Think about your target audience and plan your title to draw them in. Experiment with titles to see what works best.

Check your craigslist account daily. Renew or re-post your ad if it has expired or been flagged and deleted. This option will place the posting back to the top of the newest listings for better visibility. Monitor your hits at

Be creative and have fun!

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Hand Outs

I started writing an article on hand outs, however I found that a better written article on the subject already existed. The remainder of this article was taken from the Sense and Sensibility Blog.

Handing out literature is just what it sounds like. You go up to people, or wait until they pass by you, and you hand them a flier.

The best places to hand out literature are public parks, in front of stores, or on street corners. There are certain risks with each. STAY AWAY FROM SCHOOL ZONES! After all, you don’t want to be arrested for contributing to the delinquency of minors. Are we delinquent? No way, but you know how the government can be. They’ll use anything they can against us. Besides, the ANP does not have a Youth Corps, nor do we accept minors as Official Supporters, so there’s no need to go anywhere near a school, public or private.

Now with parks, there should be no legal problems. We all have a right to use our parks, and handing out fliers is not a crime.

With parking lots, there could be legal issues. Look for signs posted that prohibit solicitation. Since we are promoting the ANP, it could be considered solicitation. If store personnel ask you to stop what you’re doing, then stop at once. They have the right to ask you to leave, but only if absolutely no one else is being permitted to do the same thing. If they allow another political group to distribute their literature, then they have to allow us. We cannot be excluded by law. However, if they ask you to leave, then do so. You could be arrested. If you are, you definitely have a case of discrimination, but it will still cause you a lot of trouble. What I would do is if some kid collecting shopping carts tells you to leave, I’d say, “I will, but only if the manager or assistant manager tells me himself.” That covers you. I don’t take orders from some pimple-faced high school kid, but if the boss comes out, then that’s different. If you are discriminated against, take down the manager’s name, the store name, address, and other pertinent information, and perhaps a lawsuit could be filed against them later.

With street corners, you may be arrested for loitering if you stand in one spot too long. If the police tell you to move on, then don’t argue or they could arrest you. Just move to another corner, and you can stay there for awhile before it’s considered loitering. If the police are harassing you, but not others engaged in similar activities, again, you could have a lawsuit. Take down the officer’s names and badge numbers. By law, they have to give you this information. Never behave in a hostile manner, nor say anything that could remotely be considered a threat other than the threat of a lawsuit or it’s the Greybar Hotel for you. Always deal with the cops in a civil manner. Never forget that they can arrest you, but you can’t arrest them. That does give them an unfair advantage!

Wherever you go to handout literature, I recommend for safety’s sake, you NEVER go alone. Three is the minimum safe number in my opinion. This is not just for safety, but if you feel you are being harassed or discriminated against, having one or two comrades will give you witnesses and you can all testify for each other if you decide to sue.

The real watchword is safety. Be aware of your surroundings at all times. If you think someone is watching you, then assume they are. If a group of hostiles starts to gather, and you are feeling threatened, don’t stand and fight. Just pack up your fliers and leave. If a fight breaks out, who do you think the cops are going to arrest? Will it be a bunch of unfriendly liberals, or a bunch of Nazis?

Now let’s say you’ve given out all your fliers, or your time is up and you have to leave. Pay strict attention to everyone around you. Make sure you’re not being watched by anyone suspicious. If you think you are being followed, then assume you are. Don’t go home. Drive around for awhile. If they are still with you, then stop at a public place like a McDonald’s or Dunkin Donuts, or maybe just go into Ralph’s or Kroeger’s like you need some groceries. If they follow you into the parking lot and sit and wait, then you most probably are being followed. Take no chances. If you have a cell phone, and you should never go out to hand out fliers without one, call the police. The cops will come, and question them. Naturally, they’ll deny everything. However, the cops will have been alerted, and your tailers will know this. If they continue tailing you and you call the cops again, the next time they will be arrested and they know it. But still, be careful going home.

Remember, always be aware of your surroundings. If you’re careless, you could get hurt. Good luck and stay safe.

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Last week I wrote an article in reply to an email I got from someone calling himself GootenNazi88. That article ended up being long and covered two topics, so I chose to split it into to articles. The second one was scheduled to be published today, however since part one was published my trollish friend, Good Nutzi, sent me a second email accusing me and party adherents of being cowards for choosing to protect our privacy.

First I would like to address the accusation that I only go by my first name. Good Nutzi, the full name in which I go by in the movement in Chris Shaw, but this is a code name and only a few people within the party know my real name. And I decline your challenge to publish my real name and contact information on this blog, however if you would like to put your real name and contact info in the comments below to prove that you are not a coward then that will be fine by me, though I believe you to be a troll and a hypocrite and therefor will not do so.

Now I address my readers, particularly to those new to the movement. The choice to operate in the open or under cover is up to each party supporter. Some, especially those who have been in the movement for a long time, choose to operate in the open. However, most choose not to. Those to choose not to operate in the open are not cowards, they have merely made the wise choice to protect themselves, their families, their friends, and their fellow party supporters.

I urge you to protect your privacy until you are 100% sure that you want to open in the open, and even then I suggest not coming out until you have a reason to do so. Until then take all necessary steps to protect your privacy and safety.

Finally, when I started this blog I created an email address specifically for my work on it. As of a couple of days ago that email account has been suspended. I also have a party email address. Those wanting to get a hold of me can do so at

Chris    14/88

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