Idiot Women's Prison Guards
The powers that be really, really don't like White women having access to racial nationalist material.
Men's prisons vary greatly in the difficulty we experience in getting Party literature inside; sometimes they reject or steal everything, sometimes they let everything through, and sometimes it's like they flip a coin. It varies between state and federal and from state to state, although many times it seems to simply be a matter of which guard is on duty in the mail room that day and what kind of mood they're in.
Not the Coffee Creek women's slave labor factory in Oregon, though. They alternate between locking female inmates in solitary confinement for months at a time and simply stealing all their mail, and sending everything back, with the most creative ingenious excuses and bogus "violations of policy" I have ever seen. Everything from "foreign substance on paper" (the coffee that the guards themselves deliberately spilled on the envelope) to "forbidden words" in a book (citing page numbers, so some negress guard must actually have sat down and read The Brigade or whatever it is, searching for those very forbidden words.)
I recently had an envelope to a female slave laborer in Coffee Creek returned on the grounds that it was "sexually explicit material." The item in question was--are you ready for this?--Willis Carto's American Free Press.
Okay, I know, that's a Movement inside joke and most of you won't get it, but for those of you who do, it's a real scream, eh? I wonder if Willis knows he's the right-wing Larry Flynt?