June Is Here

I keep telling myself I'm going to get back to writing these ANP California Reports twice monthly like I used to, but I keep putting it off.  Perhaps it's partially because there has been so much happening in this country - and the world in the past few months that all this time I've been at least a week behind with posting some news stories.

Anyway, let's get the nagging over with straight away.  As  we're into June, you should have your monthly pledges in the mail within the next few days at least.  If you can't make it this month, at least let HQ know or you will be dropped from the mailing list very quickly.   As long as you don't make it a habit of skipping, and you make it up next month, you'll be alright.

Memorial Day is over with.  In many parts of the country it's the beginning of summer activity season.  Not in California.  It's always summer here.  Well, not really.  But unlike in places like the North East, businesses at the beach don't close up for the winter.  They stay open year round.

Anyway, the nice weather is here, but it's not nasty hot yet.  Even though Spring Blitz is over, we still have good weather ahead for putting out literature - so let's get at it!

I've also been considering organizing a regional meeting for the near future, 

In just a couple of weeks, the United Kingdom will be voting on whether or not to leave the European Union.  This may not seem like it matters to White America, but it matters a lot.  The UK is one of our ancestral fatherlands, and because of the EU there is nothing the English can do to keep it from being overrun by non-White foreigners.  If they vote to leave, they can start to keep out these invaders.


Just to show you how bad things are there, the new Lord Mayor of London is a Muslim foreigner. Think about that. 

If they vote to stay, it could very well mean our fate is sealed.  Without our ancestral fatherlands, we'll become like the Jews used to be:  A people without a homeland.  That could very well mean our eventual extinction.  If they leave, it might very well mean the end of the EU which could be our chance to survive.  Let's keep our fingers crossed.


Dan 88! 

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