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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostSat Jul 13, 2019 2:02 am

Will Williams wrote:
PhuBai68 wrote:Did the July "Bulletin" go out?

To be honest we were on vacation starting 6/26 until 7/5 and I didn't get the "Bulletin" in the big box of mail from the post office.
Side note: if you're going to travel Independence Day is fantastic for being on the interstates - very little truck traffic, seemed like no campers/motor homes and not that many cars as opposed to other days.

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Excellent reply above Will.
The latest "Firearm News" has a whole string of stories about firearms used in RVN from the M14 to the M16 to the XM177 (CAR) and foreign made select fire for SF's to NVA weapons - if you can find the time, great reading!

Due to unavoidable delays the June BULLETIN wasn't mailed until yesterday, 7/11. But it covers our attendance at the Nationalist Solutions Conference june 28-30 and another Cosmotheist wedding that was performed here in early July.

Advancements in military small arms technology (electronics, GPS, drones, etc.) have advanced so much since we were in RVN I can't keep up with them.

We're firmly entrenched in the educational phase of revolution, raising awareness and racial consciousness among our people, for now, so we'll make the best of it in the face of increasing repression of our urgent message by Jewish watchdog groups, government, law enforcement and controlled media.

We're reaching more of our people today than ever before, but opposition has been ratcheted up. Any White is a "racist" now. That can't be all bad. :lol:
Education and other forms of information dissemination are indeed the highest of priorities at this time! The millions of firearms and trillions of rounds of ammunition in the U.S. shows that Whites are well armed and presumably intimately familiar with their use---but their knowledge of the Alliance's program and ideology are lagging far behind weapons knowledge. Thanks for bringing the Alliance back on track with our message, Chairman Williams.
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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostWed Jul 17, 2019 12:35 pm

The June, 2019 BULLETIN mentioned Rick Tyler, the organizer of the Nationalist Solutions Conference held near Nashville June 28-30. His 2020 presidential bid is worth following.

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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostWed Jul 17, 2019 1:25 pm

Enjoyed reading the latest Bulletin.
It had me thinking when I went to my first leadership conference at the Mill Point land, when there were actually members occupying some of the trailers on the property and one of our North Jersey Unit members actually purchased a house nearby and was going to work on/for the national office.
Then the Gliebe meltdown happened.
Here's hoping that the Laurel Bloomery Alliance supersedes the Mill Point greatness.

As far as "third party" ( or forth, fifth, whatever) candidates, IDK -
that's "how" ( Ross Perot) we ended up with Slick Willie and military base closures (thinking El Toro & MCAF Santa Ana - later called MCAS Tustin) and the NAFTA deal not to mention Black Hawk Down
- to me I still believe in voting for "who is going to hurt my way of life least and be best for the country" of the two major parties who so far has always be Republican.
Yeah, had to hold my nose on Bush, McCain and Romney for sure.
There never will be a candidate who any of us will agree with even 75% on things but so far (other than his Israel support) I think Trump has been doing an outstanding job considering that not only the Democrats doing everything to sabotage him, MSM trashing him and too many Republican rats backstabbing him every chance they get.

Another thing that I've heard tossed around for at least two decades is, "things have to get worse before they get better" which having lived too many years in New Jersey is a totally bull crap statement, when things get worse they stay that way and only get more worse.
Looking at NJ - taxes, laws, firearm restrictions, traffic - things never got better, only worse and "No!" the people haven't risen up and changed anything.
I was BS'ing yesterday with a friend who still lives there, who wants to sell and move and he was railing about the "exit tax" they just passed.
That's today's rant.


In actuality, the New Jersey “Exit Tax”, as it's referred to, has been likened more to urban legend than fact by CPAs. The law requires sellers of New Jersey homes to pay the state tax in advance of moving, of either 8.97% of the profit on the sale of their home or 2% of the total selling price – whichever is higher.Jan 8, 2019
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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostWed Jul 17, 2019 10:59 pm

PhuBai68 wrote:Enjoyed reading the latest Bulletin.
It had me thinking when I went to my first leadership conference at the Mill Point land, when there were actually members occupying some of the trailers on the property and one of our North Jersey Unit members actually purchased a house nearby and was going to work on/for the national office.
Then the Gliebe meltdown happened.
Here's hoping that the Laurel Bloomery Alliance supersedes the Mill Point greatness.

As far as "third party" ( or forth, fifth, whatever) candidates, IDK -
that's "how" ( Ross Perot) we ended up with Slick Willie and military base closures (thinking El Toro & MCAF Santa Ana - later called MCAS Tustin) and the NAFTA deal not to mention Black Hawk Down
- to me I still believe in voting for "who is going to hurt my way of life least and be best for the country" of the two major parties who so far has always be Republican.
Yeah, had to hold my nose on Bush, McCain and Romney for sure.
There never will be a candidate who any of us will agree with even 75% on things but so far (other than his Israel support) I think Trump has been doing an outstanding job considering that not only the Democrats doing everything to sabotage him, MSM trashing him and too many Republican rats backstabbing him every chance they get.

Another thing that I've heard tossed around for at least two decades is, "things have to get worse before they get better" which having lived too many years in New Jersey is a totally bull crap statement, when things get worse they stay that way and only get more worse.
Looking at NJ - taxes, laws, firearm restrictions, traffic - things never got better, only worse and "No!" the people haven't risen up and changed anything.
I was BS'ing yesterday with a friend who still lives there, who wants to sell and move and he was railing about the "exit tax" they just passed.
That's today's rant.


In actuality, the New Jersey “Exit Tax”, as it's referred to, has been likened more to urban legend than fact by CPAs. The law requires sellers of New Jersey homes to pay the state tax in advance of moving, of either 8.97% of the profit on the sale of their home or 2% of the total selling price – whichever is higher.Jan 8, 2019



Yes, things keep getting worse and will continue to do so. Like Dr. Peirce said in the Turner Diaries, the masses will accept any tyranny as long as the sports and beer hold out. It is the old "bread and circuses" syndrome. That is why there are so few that are receiptive to our message.
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Re: Latest Bulletin

PostThu Jul 18, 2019 5:04 pm

Colin wrote:
PhuBai68 wrote:Enjoyed reading the latest Bulletin.
It had me thinking when I went to my first leadership conference at the Mill Point land, when there were actually members occupying some of the trailers on the property and one of our North Jersey Unit members actually purchased a house nearby and was going to work on/for the national office.
Then the Gliebe meltdown happened.
Here's hoping that the Laurel Bloomery Alliance supersedes the Mill Point greatness.

As far as "third party" ( or forth, fifth, whatever) candidates, IDK -
that's "how" ( Ross Perot) we ended up with Slick Willie and military base closures (thinking El Toro & MCAF Santa Ana - later called MCAS Tustin) and the NAFTA deal not to mention Black Hawk Down
- to me I still believe in voting for "who is going to hurt my way of life least and be best for the country" of the two major parties who so far has always be Republican.
Yeah, had to hold my nose on Bush, McCain and Romney for sure.
There never will be a candidate who any of us will agree with even 75% on things but so far (other than his Israel support) I think Trump has been doing an outstanding job considering that not only the Democrats doing everything to sabotage him, MSM trashing him and too many Republican rats backstabbing him every chance they get.

Another thing that I've heard tossed around for at least two decades is, "things have to get worse before they get better" which having lived too many years in New Jersey is a totally bull crap statement, when things get worse they stay that way and only get more worse.
Looking at NJ - taxes, laws, firearm restrictions, traffic - things never got better, only worse and "No!" the people haven't risen up and changed anything.
I was BS'ing yesterday with a friend who still lives there, who wants to sell and move and he was railing about the "exit tax" they just passed.
That's today's rant.


In actuality, the New Jersey “Exit Tax”, as it's referred to, has been likened more to urban legend than fact by CPAs. The law requires sellers of New Jersey homes to pay the state tax in advance of moving, of either 8.97% of the profit on the sale of their home or 2% of the total selling price – whichever is higher.Jan 8, 2019



Yes, things keep getting worse and will continue to do so. Like Dr. Peirce said in the Turner Diaries, the masses will accept any tyranny as long as the sports and beer hold out. It is the old "bread and circuses" syndrome. That is why there are so few that are receiptive to our message.

It's like PhuBai pointed out: the Millennials who grew up with MTV, rap music, and government-enforced racial integration, etc., have never known the relatively White World that many in our generation grew up in, so they can't conceive it. I heard a statistic the other day that 70% of Americans today were not alive when Aryan man landed on the moon. Some of the other 30% have an idea of how things were 50 years ago, and that they've been going downhill fast for White America since 1965, and really since 1945.

Young Whites, or at least the perceptive, racially responsible ones who see things are upsidedown today, will see that building a new White world is entirely possible if we have the will and determination to organize for our interests: https://natall.com/about/what-is-the-national-alliance/
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