Monday, March 15, 2010

Just To Clarify...

Hi, guys:

Just to clarify what I think is simply an honest misunderstanding…

The Northwest Front is a legal political movement which must behave as if it is an illegal one, such as through practicing what Lenin referred to as the Conspiratorial Method, because the government of the United States does not want White people exercising their Constitutional rights in certain ways. However, we are still legal.

The Northwest Volunteer Army is FICTION. It may not be some day, but that time will come only in a future which is now unrecognizable and unforeseeable, wherein the present laws and norms do not apply.

If you are associated with the Northwest Front, you are NOT TO BREAK THE LAW and you are NOT to discuss illegal activity with anyone else, not least because that person may well be a law enforcement officer in disguise who is attempting to persuade you to commit crimes.

I do not and will not in any way, shape or form approve any illegal activity, and if someone tells you I do so approve, secretly or otherwise, then they are a law enforcement officer, and they are lying to you in order to get you to commit crimes.

Are we all CRYSTAL CLEAR on this?



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kinda funny though... in the planning documents of the various secret police NKVDs of our country, the NVA is probably promenantly listed as a real paramilitary organization operating in the Pacific Northwest. I'm sorry, but that's hilarious that somewhere an ATF or FBI analyst or tactician is planning how to fight a force which exists only in a series of well written books. Reminds me of the whole "Neutron Bomb" hoax/joke that the government took seriously back in the 1960s. Maybe the pen is mightier than the sword after all?

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Paranoia is hardwired in kike DNA, along with a dozen other mental disorders, sexual perversions, dishonesty, cowardice, naked greed, terrorism, and just plain old EVIL.

-- WhitePride65

2:18 PM  

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