This post is my take on Chairman Suhayda's last ANP Report. If you haven't read it, get over to the main website and do so.
First, I would like to say that at times I get very frustrated. Not so much with trying to get our message out, but with so many who call themselves National Socialists.
Being a National Socialist is much more than reading about it and just talking about it. It's more than watching Nazi movies on TV - most of which are very unflattering such as "Inglorious Basterds" and "Schindler's List". It's about getting off of your asses and actually DOING something. Do I have to keep repeating myself? Maybe I do. Get out and distribute literature. Consider running for office. Write some articles for the White Worker. Start your own NS blogsite. Attend meetings.
As the Fuhrer said, "It's not enough to say, 'I believe'". Indeed it's not. One must be willing to fight.
All too often I get the same old excuses. "I don't have time. I have to work." Yes you do have the time. Stop spending your Sundays watching a bunch of sweaty Blacks chasing balls around on a field. You shouldn't be watching that anyway as professional sports are so incredibly racist against Whites. You can have an all Black team, but imagine who loud Blacks would scream if there was an all White team.
You work hard and deserve some time off. Fine. Take your much deserved time off. And while you have your feet up, your Folk and your country can continue its downward spiral into the Black Hole of Multi-Culturalism and poverty.
Yesterday I went to two different markets to get my groceries. I left ten message cards in each market. Twenty in all. I will usually give out 100 - 200 cards, stickers and fliers. If 100 people did that, that would mean 10,000 pieces being given out every month.
"I'm out of work. I can't afford to fight." It doesn't cost that much. 100 message cards are only $5.00 - less than a pack of Camels. Fliers cost me about a penny off of my printer. That's cheap, if you ask me.
"I'm afraid my employer will find out and I'll get fired." If you're careful and discreet, that won't happen. And if you are lucky enough to live in a "right to work state", you can't be fired for any reason other than poor job performance or attendance, or legitimate layoff.
"I'm afraid the feds or the media will find out about and expose one of our meetings and then I'll be outed. Unlikely. We've had so many meeting and there has never been any press there or feds. Being careful is crucial, but let's not be paranoid either. Technically you could be outed by the feds just coming to this blog if ZOG cared to go to the trouble. Thanks to the Patriot Act, they can monitor your internet use and telephone without a warrant.
We are revolutionaries working behind enemy lines. There will always be some risk of being outed, but as long as your careful, that risk is minimal.
Now you must ask yourselves this: Am I a true National Socialist, or merely a sympathizer? A true National Socialist takes REASONABLE risks to fight. One who won't is just a sympathizer. Until about four years ago, I was just a sympathizer. Now I fight. It's true I have been outed. However, I did stupid things and literally outed myself due to bad guidance of those I called my leaders. I'm NOT talking about Chairman Suhayda. Indeed, he talked himself blue in the face for years trying to warn me about being more careful. I just wouldn't listen. However, it is't the end of the world. I still live in the same mobile home. My business has not suffered because of it. My family hasn't disowned me. I haven't lost any friends. Things are pretty much the same for me as before. I'm not saying being outed doesn't matter. All I'm saying is nobody got out the tar and feathers.
Comrades, what it boils down to is this: If no one is willing to fight, then we might as well give up and allow our Folk to pass into history.
"It is far better to dare mighty things, than to take rank with those poor timid souls who know neither defeat nor victory." Theodore Roosevelt - The last president who worked for the people.
"A coward dies many times before his death. The valiant taste of death but once." - Shakespeare, "Julius Caesar", Act II, Scene II.