Yeah, a bible thumper.
I was breaking down an eighteen pack cardboard beer box for recycling this card I'm posting fell out.
I believe when I renew my supporter status I'll order some cards as well.
Thanks for the recommendation, PB. Show Trial puts the past seven years of struggle to save and rebuild the National Alliance in perspective. The main takeaways may just be that perseverance and being in the right eventually win the day. Where are all of those who opposed us now?PhuBai68 wrote: ↑Mon Jan 10, 2022 12:16 pmI'm aways into the book, I never saw the show Peyton Place but heard it was a menagerie of goings on which it seems our chairman had trying to find someone just to stay on "The Land" and oversee the place.
All that money wasted on lawyers could've had that horrible Boyd Thompson Road covered in quarry waste and topped with ¾ crusher run ten times, especially with the quarry practically next door.
Just like with George Lincoln Rockwell, it seems our worst enemies are our own people.
I recommend those reading this post purchase and read this book, a true eye opener of our justice system and the treachery of some of our own.
That's good thankfully.I was never roughed up by Pocahontas law enforcement, though they carried me off in handcuffs three different times. They always treated me respectfully for the most part.
Personally I like the idea of 'spreading seeds' however we can. I spent much of 2020 and 2021 putting up thousands of QR-coded stickers that linked to Dr. Pierce talks.
Adhering our sticker to the front door of a business is probably unwise, as you discovered when the law became involved after you did so. It can reflect poorly on NA as much or more so than it does the individual activist who stuck our sticker on a complaining business's front door.PRUST wrote: ↑Wed Jan 12, 2022 6:57 pm...As for the legality of slipping cards into beer cases, I don't know. I would not be surprised if that was bending or even breaking the law. The law certainly did not like me putting stickers on the front doors of businesses. It's a personal cost benefit analysis for each of individual activist.
Are you the college student that Mr. Strom mentioned on ADV a couple months ago by any chance?