A group of people gathered in Portland on July 7th, around 9:30am to protest White Genocide outside of the entrance to the “Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization” (IRCO).
One sign remarked that “Diversity = White Genocide.“, while another sign informed people to “Google White Genocide“.
Margaret Malarkey, who works at IRCO as the community relations specialist said “We were concerned that our clients might be harassed,” Read more »
The recent import of thousands of illegal immigrants from the Third World and into our homeland inspired Free America Rally Activists to head out into the community and engage the public on the importance of reclaiming and safeguarding their Nation. Read more »
The sun rose to meet FAR Project activists on the morning of March 15th as they set out to contribute to the White Man March event that was organised by Kyle Hunt of Renegade Broadcasting. The activism started on the East Coast and spread West as groups of racially minded Americans came together to converge upon a single message.
On the evening of January 16, 2014- longtime racialist and equality activist Scott ‘Hedge’ Clark was taken from this World before his time. Those who knew Scott, both personally and as an Activist, wish that he sits well at the hand of the Father and await our next meeting.
Chrysi Avyi, Greece’s Golden Dawn, is a nationalist movement and party in Greece. They inspire nationalists throughout the world to act on our own behalf, as they have done. We owe them a great debt, in that Golden Dawn has showed us what is possible in our own countries.
We Stand With Golden Dawn! Read more »
As the Sun rose across the Nation on the morning of September 28th, FAR Project activists continued their tradition of pro-American, pro-White activism and took to the streets to protest various social issues that have a negative impact upon the White community. From Boston Harbor to the California Coast and almost everywhere in between- FAR activists inspired a national dialog about amnesty, immigrant crime, and an ever expanding and oppressive government to a receptive audience that welcomed the activists into their communities. Read more »