The ANP Continues To Move Forward

Starting yesterday, the ANP no longer has to rely on emails, snail mail, and one-on-one phone calls.  Thanks to Comrade Ian O'Shea, our Virginia organizer, we are now holding monthly leadership conference calls.  This way we can keep in touch better, and exchange ideas more efficiently.

I also want to make  this VERY clear.  Sunday's call was NOT a BS session where we just socialized.  It was very business-like.  Our topic was how to improve our outreach methods, and new ideas for it.  We came up with one good one.  I think it would be more effective if it were a surprise, so I won't say when we will do it, just that it will be soon (less than 30 days).  The session lasted about 45 minutes.

BTW, I don't know much about how this was actually organized, but it involved using a FREE service, so the only cost was that of a regular long-distance call.

The ANP continues to look towards the future.  Any method that may advance our cause is certainly worth trying.  I'm very much looking forward to the next session.

NEWS:  I just heard something very disturbing on the TV news.  It seems two women were electrocuted to death while trying to help someone who crashed their car into a power line in Lakewood, Ca.  There was a very large puddle of water in which the two women were standing, when live wires touched the water and electrocuted them to death.

For some time now it has been a standard practice for Los Angeles County Fire Departments to send bills to people when the Fire paramedics are used.  This will include the families of the two women - who were NOT in the accident - but merely Good Samaritans trying to help.

Comrades, I don't know about you, but this just doesn't seem right to me.  This means that in LA County if you see someone who needs help, and you try and give aid, and get hurt and need the Fire paramedics, YOU will receive a bill.  As tight as money is today, that alone is a good reason for people NOT to lend a helping hand.  I don't know about any of you, but I can't afford to pay thousands of dollars in fees to the FD because I got injured helping someone else.  Thank God I don't live in LA County.  San Bernardino County doesn't do that - YET.

When you're in trouble like that, government aid is a RIGHT, not a service you pay for - except in the form of taxes - but certainly not a fee like in LA County.  PLUS, the residents of LA County fund their FD from their taxes as well.  I guess taxes aren't enough, and we are expected to pay them for services rendered - just like you would a private ambulance company.

Supposedly, the LA County will address the issue of making Good Samaritans exempt from fees sometime today.  I doubt anything will change.  If they were to provide free paramedic services to injured Good Samaritans, it would cost them money, and county governments are just as broke as city and state governments.  We probably won't hear anything about this until at least Tuesday.  I think residents of LA County should be at their county seat today and DEMAND that Good Samaritans get free care.  But they won't.  It's a Monday.  They have to go to work.  That's more important than standing up for what's right.

I don't mean to sound unsympathetic, but you have sick days.  Use one and go stand up for yourselves.  BTW, in no state in this country can employers require a doctor's note if you miss just one day of work for illness.  If your company says it's legal, they're lying.

Anyway, I suppose the next step is when you call the police to investigate a burglary at your home, they'll soon be sending you a bill for services rendered.  That's the American way:  Payment for services rendered - even if it's the police or fire departments.

During The Third Reich, not a single German citizen EVER received a bill from it's fire departments.  The very idea is outrageous.

If you want to continue being bled dry by both your government and private industry, then by all means continue being a good little drone and keep chanting "God Bless America!"  But if you want to TRULY bless your country, embrace National Socialism and the ANP.

Reminder:  Five days until the URL changes to www.anp14california.blogspot.com

Dan  88!

Comments

  1. Thank you for the kind words comrade, as always I am more than happy to do whatever I can for the Party. I am happy to hear you enjoyed the call and found it productive. Also I would like to say thank you to those that took the time to call in and support this endeavor. Ian 88

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  2. will written comrade Dan,there is a old saying in Texas, 'No good deed goes unpunished.the judeo capitalist will stop at nothing to profit off the misery of the white working class..PB88

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    1. How true, how true.

      And remember your state's most important motto: DON'T MESS WITH TEXAS!

      My home state of New Hampshire's motto is: LIVE FREE OR DIE!

      California's motto is: EUREKA! I FOUND IT!

      California is so lame.

      Dan 88!

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  3. When did the ANP ever make it on the ballot? Nazism was abolished in the 1940's. Why are you asking the average American to turn their eyes to a non-existent party!

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