Claremont After-Action Report; Unity In Claremont!

- After Action Report -

March. 19, 2011

On Saturday, March 19th, members and supporters of the National Socialist Movement stood thirty strong on the northwest corner of Indian Hill and Foothill Blvd in Claremont, California. This rally was at the request of local residents whom are members and supporters and have grown tired of the outspoken local college kids and campus staff that support the lawlessness of open borders and the violence from the Mexican drug cartels. With our banner and flags in hand we used a bullhorn to logically explain the dangers of open borders. The erratic and emotionally charged counter-demonstrators spewed their anger and hatred in an attempt to distract us from the issue of illegal immigration. A crowd of homosexuals and Hispanics waving rainbow flags collected on the opposite side of the street. This Motley crew grew to almost 50 people within 20 minutes of our arrival. We became grateful for their presence because their unintelligible signs supported our claim that California's educational system has been devastated by illegal immigration. Single-syllable words took effort to read and they slaughtered multi-syllable words making their signs illegible. Finding a sign in their crowd that was readable was like finding Waldo in a Where's Waldo Book and the experience proved to be very entertaining.

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As we chanted and gave short speeches we found additional supporters in the oppositions crowd. While the Homosexuals and Hispanics yelled, cursed, and threatened us, they were silenced and scared when they discovered one of our supporters standing next to them. Our friend and supporter Lonnie, from the Creativity Movement, stood in the oppositions crowd with his family after he was unsuccessful in meeting with us before the rally. Although the opposition threatened us repeatedly they refused to attack our comrades that appeared in their crowd. Instead, they attacked a young women far away from our reach. We are unsure of their excuse for the attack, however, we know the true reason; this girl was attacked because she was seen as an easy target. A few times we could see the oppositions crowd turn on each other while we stood in unity. We would like to thank the Skinhead family SPS and Lonnie and his family from the Creativity Movement for their support at the rally and their constant determination to fight for White Civil Rights. We forged new bonds as we stood in unity with comrades from SPS. We are happy to see that 40 proud Whites are willing to stand as one in Claremont. Although some of them were forced into our oppositions crowd.

The rally had proven successful before we had even hit the streets. We received many new inquiries and we gained new membership immediately after announcing our intention to rally in Claremont. While the opposition yelled,"go home" we shook hands with the local Claremont residents that invited us as they thanked us for our presence. We will continue to fight against illegal immigration. We have seen the impact of illegal immigration in our communities and schools and we have seen the deaths and devastation at the border during our ongoing border ops.

SS Lt. Jeff Hall
NSM Region 11 Director




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