Sunday, October 23, 2011

After Action Report: The Fourth Annual Oi Fest in Tonopah, Arizona

On Saturday, October 22, 2011, personnel from the National Socialist Movement's Arizona and California units attended the 4th annual Oi Fest in Tonopah, Arizona. As always, I look forward to attending this all day and into the night event. Our mission was to set up a table to sell NSM goods and promote our upcoming “Reclaim the Southwest” event in Pomona, CA, a sanctuary city that is currently being overrun by illegal aliens.

Shortly after noon, we set up our tables and chairs. We enjoyed a brisk sale of t-shirts and other merchandise. In the future, we should bring more shirts in larger sizes. One of the hottest attractions at our station was the free candy. Children came in droves for this "pre-Halloween" treat. They just about cleaned us out.

Prior to the show, Pastor Drew of “Enforcer” conducted a marriage ceremony. This was a first for an Oi Fest. Shortly after the wedding, the show began.

NSM Media took this valuable opportunity to shoot some video and get a few segments from Youngland to use in a promotional video for our upcoming event in at Pomona, CA in November.

After his performance, I took some time to talk with Pastor Drew of “Enforcer”. He played at an NSM after party at my home in 2009. Drew enjoyed explaining to his friends how they used three 2000 watt amplifiers to put on their show at my place. I still remember how some of my neighbors vacated their home for a few hours that night. We both agreed that we should do it again sometime.

SGT Harry L. Hughes III
NSM Executive Officer/Media Spokesman
NSM-MEDIA Associate Producer

Youngland to play NSM Pomona after party Nov. 5th in Southern California

Forward this on to all like minded Folk, post on forums, e-lists, etc:

We are pleased to announce one of California's most talented bands (Youngland) will be playing live on Saturday evening Nov. 5th after the rally in Pomona, CA. The rally will be held during the afternoon, then following the rally there will be a meal provided, and live music by Youngland. There will be no cover charge for this event, however donations will be accepted at the gate to help cover costs. The National Socialist Movement salutes and appreciates all whom are engaged in this fight for our Nation and Folk. To attend the Reclaim the Southwest Rally & the Youngland concert contact NSM California:

Neo-Nazi Hate Music: A Guide

In the United States, racist songs praising the Ku Klux Klan or promoting segregation have existed for many years. But starting in the 1970s, a new phenomenon emerged: the creation of an entire genre of music predicated on racism.

For example, white supremacist speakers are an increasingly common occurrence at white power music concerts. The 2004 Aryanfest, for example, featured not only hate bands such as Max Resist, Youngland, Rebel Hell, and D.C. Stormtroopers (Colorado), but also speeches by white supremacist leaders such as Metzger, Butler (now deceased), and Billy Roper. On the other hand, extremist political events now also frequently feature racist bands.,DB7611A2-02CD-43AF-8147-649E26813571,frameless.htm

I could hardly consider any of the music I heard last night to be hateful. Lyrics laced with profanities and racial epitaphs were not the norm. The horrible and obscene noise referred to as “rap music” promotes violence, degrades women and glorifies crime, yet is not labeled as hate music by the ADL. Does anybody see a disconnect here? Think about it. Then, think about who profits from creating and distributing the filth known as rap.

Rappers and rape: the incredible sound and hateful lyrics of Odd Future

As slogans go, "Kill people burn shit fuck school" doesn't exactly have the political freight of "fight the power", but Odd Future do, nonetheless, deserve to be spoken of in the same breath as Public Enemy. "Anger and self assertion" were the most galvanizing things about what we now call "old school" hip-hop, and it's thrilling to have them back. Odd Future's lyrics can be devastating in the right way – when Tyler and Earl Sweatshirt rap about their fatherlessness ("Product of popped rubbers and pops who did not love us / So when I leave home keep my heart in the top cupboard") they become indelible.

Oi Fest Arizona

Oi Fest is an annual music festival of generally Oi, RAC, Hatecore, and White power rock n roll. However, if it's Pro white music, we welcome you to come and play. While we encourage any pro white organizations to help sponsor this event, Oi fest is brought to you mainly by many independent racially aware individuals who hold no particular religious or organizational affiliations. Our stance is just plain pro white and having a good time with our people.

This festival is a place of unity, comradeship, networking and socializing with our fellow like minded people. A place where individuals and organizations can network and socialize on neutral ground. We ask that all Drama and other issues be left at the gate. There is a zero tolerance for drugs, weapons, and ignorance, otherwise you will be bounced.

"You will find something far greater in the woods than you will find in books. Stones and trees will teach you that which you will never learn from masters." -- Saint Bernard of Clairvaux

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