Thursday, September 22, 2011

Literature Drop Offs

Like hand-outs, this also is just what it sounds like. You just drop off literature on people's lawns or driveways. ANP's "Snowflakes In July", or "Spring Blitz" are perfect examples. Since you don't come into direct contact with the public, it is safer than hand-outs, but there still are risks.

I do have one problem with "Snowflakes In July." Scattering fliers all over a neighbourhood could result in a littering charge if you are caught, depending on the city you live in. There is a good alternative. I did this the first time when I was still with Aryan Nations. It immediately made the newspapers, and a Rialto police officer who was interviewed said there was nothing they could do to stop such activities because they are LEGAL.

What I did, and continue to do is take one or two fliers and put them into zip lock bags, with a rock about the size of a golf ball. The rock makes the bag easier to toss from a car, plus the wind doesn't blow it away. At this time of year, we get 65 MPH winds so a rock is essential or the darn thing will blow every which way except where you want it to go!

It does take a couple of hours to prepare the bags, but you can sit and watch TV while you're doing it. If you do 30 minutes a day, in three or four days you'll have your 200. A box of plastic bags only costs three or four bucks. Sandwhich bags are ideal. The smaller ones are a pain because you have to fold the fliers too many times, and the larger ones are harder to handle when tossing them.

You should go out very late. I mean like 2:00 AM. The bars have closed, and even on weekends, most people are home and in bed. The neighbourhoods are nice and quiet. Put your baggies in a couple of grocery bags or a box. I use my laundry basket. It's large enough for 200, and easy to carry. Even with the rocks, it won't weigh more than 20 lbs. Probably less.

Always try and go out with a partner. That way, one can drive while the other tosses the bags. If two of you go, you can easily do 200 in an hour, once you get to the neighbourhood you're going to do it in. With one, it will take longer. You'll have to drive and toss, plus, you'll have to drive on the left side of the road. Be EXTREMELY careful of parked cars, pets, the occasional child, and even drunken idiots stumbling home from a party or bar.

Stick to quiet residential neighbourhoods. While you're tossing, if you see a car coming, stop tossing. Do not stop your car. Keep going. Either skip those houses, or come back later. You don't want a rezzy (resident) to see you and start shouting, "Hey, what the f#%k are you doing?" If that does happen, leave as quickly as you can without being unsafe. Again, you can come back later or on another night.

NEVER get out of your car for any reason. If you toss at a driveway and it lands in the gutter, just leave it. Toss another and move on. You don't want to be outside your car if a rezzy comes out and demands to know what you're doing. He may not mind. He may even be interested in our fliers, but if he's not and he gets pissed, you don't want to be away from your car.

As with hand-outs, never fight. If you feel threaten, just leave. Again, ALWAYS be aware of your surroundings. Be on the lookout for anyone who may be watching you. If you think you're being followed, don't take any chances. Don't go home. Drive around. If the car stays with you, go to a well-lit public place. After 2:00 AM, there may not be that many places still open. Find an all night convenience store or donut shop. Go inside. If they wait in the parking lot, call the police. If you have a cell phone, always bring it along. Like I said yesterday, if you call the police, they will come out and question the ones you think may be following you. They will of course deny everything. But you will have alerted the cops and if the ones in question continue to follow you, the next time the cops will arrest them. If you confront these creeps yourself, they could have a gun. Even if it's just a fist fight, chances are the cops will arrest the Nazis, and not them.

The watchword here is also safety. Don't day dream. Stay alert. If you don't, you could get hurt.


Stay away from predominently non-White neighbourhoods. I know for some people, myself included, that can present a problem. In my neck of the woods, it's hard to find an area that ISN'T mostly non-White. If that's the case with you, choose a racially mixed neighbourhood. At least some of the rezzies will be White.

Now there's an area over in San Bernardino that is nearly 100% Mexican. Even the local Catholic church looks like it was made in Mexico, and transported here and dropped onto it's current location. This is exactly the type of neighbourhood you want to avoid. Aside from being too dangerous, dropping off fliers would serve no purpose except to piss off the locals. Our purpose in distributing literature is to inform our fellow Whites, not piss off Mexicans, Blacks, or Jews.

Which also brings me to something else. AVOID targeting churches, synagogues, or mosques. Again, it will cause an uproar, which serves no purpose, and indeed could get the ANP sued for hate crimes.


NEVER put fliers in people's mailboxes. It is a federal offense for anyone to open a mailbox other than the box's owner, postal employees, or cops and feds with a warrant. Don't even jam fliers in between the mailbox and the little red flag. It's technically legal, but you're better off tossing baggies and leaving the mailboxes alone.

Never, under any circumstances set one foot on someone's property. That's a little thing called trespassing, and many states, especially Southern states and the New England states take that very seriously.

Be very careful not to hit people's houses or cars, for obvious reasons.

Be super watchful for pets, adults, and children. Actually, reverse the order I just listed. Be careful of parked vehicles. Motorcycles can be difficult to see at night.

Never get out of your car and place fliers on windshields. It's legal, but you're at risk in a dark neighbourhood. If you want to stick fliers on cars, do it in a well-lit store parking lot, or better yet in the daytime. It's just safer. Always try and have a partner. Don't split up. Stay together. There's safety in numbers. You take one side of the parking lot lane, and your partner can take the other. You're only two seconds run away from each other.`

I don't mean to sound like a broken record, but always be aware of your surroundings. If you do that, you'll be just fine. Good luck, comrades!

Dan 88!

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