Bags (for doorknob distribution)
Plastic doorknob bags to put your flyers in they are available through Associated Bag Company. You must order them in lots of 2,000. Call 1-800-926-6100. Ask for item # 50-2-02 These bags measure 6&1/2" x 12" The cost per 1,000 bags is $11.40 So if you order 2,000 bags it comes to a total of $22.80. If you order 6,000 or more bags the cost per 1,000 is even lower. The company will get your bags to you in just a couple of days.
If you have a Unit or a proto-Unit with the means and opportunity, you might wish to rent a highway roadside billboard to display the Aryan Nations Standard and the Aryan Nations web address. Check into this before automatically dismissing it as unfeasible or impossible.
Some people place stickers just out of reach of anyone who might casually walk by and wish to remove them, to make them work for it. Other people carry a can of clear enamel to spray on stickers that they want to stay up for a long, long time. In areas where stickers are regularly torn down by anti-White thugs, some people have reportedly carried with them a small can of epoxy resin glue to which they have added a large quantity of finely ground glass. Slapping some of this on any surface to which a sticker or leaflet is to be applied creates problems for any ARA terrorist or Jew who reaches out to try and tear them off with its fingers.
Bumper stickers can be attached to magnetic strips that can be bought in most craft stores for a couple of bucks, if your vehicle still has a metallic bumper, so they can be easily removed and replaced at will. They can also be placed on velcro inside the back window.
1) Pay in cash.
2) Never do more than 1000 copies at one place.
3) Never make color copies. Some color copies are imprinted with a watermark that can be traced back to the shop where they are copied.
Leaflets and the Law
The crucial thing to remember is that the police must catch you in the act of applying a sticker or dropping a leaflet. It doesn't matter if you have twenty in your hand and a bundle of 1000 in your car, so long as you aren't actually witnessed putting them up and you don't admit to it, you're okay.
Most people want to take a constitutional stand and admit to it. Don't. Make them prove you did it. Don't cop a plea. Make them take it to trial. Most departments and courts won't be enthusiastic about generating the negative publicity and making race an issue for the papers, where they'll be seen by many as being pro-censorship and anti-White. If they're willing to go the expense of a trial to get a conviction against stickering or leafleting, then that in itself is a victory for us. Imagine the letters to the editor, protersts and demonstrations, and media chaos we could create. In such a case, you have the right to cross-examine the arresting officer yourself.
Some questions to ask him would be:
What made him want to investigate the stickering that you are alleged to have done?
Was he ever instructed by a superior officer to be on the lookout for certain types of stickers or leaflets?
Had he and other officers ever discussed the same kind of leaflets or stickers before?
Has he ever seen stickers or leaflets advertising merchandise, concerts, runaway teen help lines, or any other stickers of a non-racial nature stuck in similiar places?
If so, did he investigate them and attempt to make an arrest? If not, why not?
Would he have arrested you if he had suspected you of putting up stickers advertising the friends of state troopers' benevolent association?
If the stickers were put on private property, such as phone booths and bus stop benches, ask if he had received a complaint from the property owner. If not, ask him if he had asked the private property owner whether the person who put the stickers up had permission to do so. If not, why not?
It's also crucial to never, ever remove any stickers or leaflets, whether you've placed them there or not. Doing so is tantamount to an admission of guilt and a surrender of any and all rights you may have.
Summary of court cases on leafletting...
Here are some cases which involve the legality of distributing political/religious literature:
1) Jamison vs. Texas, 318 US 141 (1943) and Marsh vs. Alabama, 326 US 501 (1946): a state or municipality may NOT ban the distribution of leaflets on street, sidewalks, or public places.
2) Papish vs. University of Missouri, 410 US 667 (1973): the same rule applied to Universities, both public and private.
3) Flower vs. U.S., 407 US 197 (1972): leafleting can NOT be prohibited on a military base in areas of public access.
4) Martin vs. Struthers, 319 US 141 (1943): Door-to-door solicitation for the purpose of distributing information may NOT be banned regardless of the wishes of the householder to receive information in this manner.
5) Opelika vs Jones, 319 US 105 (1943): A state or municipality may NOT tax or license the distribution or sale of political or religious material door to door.
6) In shopping center cases, the Supreme Court has said that privately owned property may be treated as if it is publicly owned where it is held open to the public.
Knowledge Is Power
Here are a few more ideas to help awaken our people
Pass out Aryan Nations business cards. Every time you eat out, leave a card with the tip. Every time you buy something, get your change and hand the person a card. Leave them on store shelves, at pay phones, in books at the library, in magazines, and all over the place!
Pass out Aryan Nations leaflets. Distribute these in much the same way as the cards, except with leaflets, you can place them under windshield wipers at parking lots and get a lot of leaflets out in a little amount of time.
Every time you get postage paid envelopes in the mail, send them back with Aryan Nations literature inside. Also obtain an ink stamp reading "Honor Loyalty" and our website address. Use this to stamp all of the postage paid reply cards that are almost always in magazines and return these as well!
Call up people in the phone book and urge them to support the White Preservation and Aryan Nations. Be nice to everyone you talk to. If they are rude, simply say, "thank you for your time" and go to the next number. If you can tell that they are non-white, tell them that you must have the wrong number and go to the next number. You may wish to create a script for this, including the AN address and phone number, which you can use each time.
Call up businesses and ask them to support the Aryan Nations. Now, if these people are rude or hostile, tell them AN will be calling for an economic boycott of their business and that AN may very well picket in front of their business due to their anti-white attitude. Our enemies used picketing and "sit-ins" quite effectively in the past, We can and should use such techniques as necessary today on behalf of our Cause.
If you're really talented and gutsy, go to anti-white meetings and gatherings (such as "Holocaust" remembrances, "Black History" celebrations, etc.) and "steal the show" by disputing what they have to say. Be as moderate or radical as you feel the situation warrants. You will reach the many White people who attend these events out of naivetï¿½--people who need their thinking straightened out. This will quickly strengthen your debating skills as well.
Write letters to the editors of your local newspapers. Moderate them as much as necessary in order to secure publication, but make sure that the essential point gets across-White people need to look out for their own interests.
Go to Internet message boards and spread the message of Aryan Nations.
Remember the Five Words: "I have nothing to say!"
Good morning! My name is Investigator Holmes. Do you mind answering a few simple questions?" If you go to your door one day and are greeted with these words, Stop and think! Whether it is the local Police or the F.B.I. at your door, you have certain legal rights of which you ought to be aware before you proceed any further.
In the first place, when the law enforcement authorities come to see you, there are no "simple questions". Unless they are investigating a traffic accident, you can be sure that they want information about somebody. And that somebody may be you!
Rule number one to remember when confronted by the authorities is that there is no law requiring you to talk to the Police, the F.B.I., or a representative of any other investigative agency. Even the simplest questions may be loaded and the seemingly harmless bits of information which you volunteer may later become vital links in a chain of circumstantial evidence against you or a friend.
Do not invite the Investigator into your home!
Such an invitation not only gives him the opportunity to look around for clues to your lifestyle, friends, reading material, etc; but also tends to prolong the conversation. And the longer the conversation, the more chance there is for a skilled Investigator to find out what he wants to know. Never open your door to an Officer. They can shove their way in. Don't open your door with the chain-lock on, either. Police are known to kick in doors. I should add, that when you let a Police Officer into your house, then he is automatically authorized to do a weapons search (supposedly for his own protection) and this can lead to all kinds of problems!
Many times a Police Officer will ask you to accompany him to the Police Station to answer a few questions. Often, the authorities simply want to photograph a person for identification purposes, a procedure which is easily accomplished by placing him in a private room with a two-way mirror, asking him a few simple questions, and then releasing him. Never agree to go to the Police Station. Simply say, "I have nothing to say."
If the Investigator becomes angry at your failure to cooperate and threatens you with arrest. Stand firm! He can't legally place you under arrest or enter your home without a warrant signed by a Judge. (There are exceptions to this however, as in instances where he has witnessed you commit a crime, and there are times, too, where he can enter without showing a warrant up front, known as a 'no knock' entry.) However, if he indicates that he has such a warrant, ask to see it. We've heard of Cops waving a piece of paper around, claiming it was a warrant. A person under arrest or located on the premises to be searched, generally must be shown a warrant if he requests it, and must be given a chance to read it.
Without a warrant, an Officer depends solely upon your helpfulness to obtain the information he wants. So, unless you are quite sure of yourself, don't be helpful. (Note: Don't fool yourself into thinking you can talk or lie your way out of the situation. Don't be smug and think, "All Cops are stupid" and you can pull a 'fast one.' Most Police are smart individuals, they're good at what they do, and the only thing you will do is talk yourself into jail.)
Remember, talk is cheap! But when it involves law enforcement authorities, it may cost you, or someone close to you, dearly. Remember the 5 words -- "I have nothing to say!" It has worked for us many, many times. And it will work for you!
Radio Free Northwest - June 29th, 2017
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