Another busy month
September was another month of action for our members up and down the country. We would like to give a shout out to the new public launch of the Palmerston North and Christchurch chapters! We continue to grow in size and strength.
This month we also launched the official Facebook page for the movement. Give us a like!
This month, we had another three articles written by our membership:
Looks into Big Tech’s history of censoring dissidents, and where to go from here
A somber retelling of the tragic events that would kill over one hundred gold miners and their families in the south, during the long winter of 1863.
Looks into the unique journey of Nova Scotian settlers coming to New Zealand, and their impact on our country.
Stickers, Stickers and Stickers
This month was the launch of our country-wide stickering campaign. Our membership have been getting the word out and stickering our message in multiple cities up and down the country. There is an alternative to our broken society. European men are waking up!
As more and more young men heed our call and reject consumerism, vice and degeneracy in favor of brotherhood, self-improvement and nationalism, we will grow stronger as a movement and as individuals.
Cardio and Clean-up
Our Auckland members woke up early for a 4km run through Devonport and up the North Head hill. Members all encouraged each other and every member successfully completed the run regardless of individual fitness levels.
Atop North Head, members enjoyed the view and the sunshine, followed by an exploration of the hill’s old tunnel network dug during the second world war.
Members ran back to Devonport and took part in a rubbish clean-up of Devonport park and beach. As always, be sure to thank your local nationalists for preventing rubbish from entering our waterways and causing damage to our aquatic ecosystem. This was followed by lunch at a local pub.
Our members yet again escaped the city and went on a bushwalk trough the Hunua Ranges. They started out by visiting and admiring the natural beauty of the waterfall. This was then followed by a trek to the dam via the Cossey Gorge Track, upon reaching the dam we returned to the waterfall. The walk was then followed by a group lunch.
Respecting the Fallen
Our Members visited the Auckland War Memorial to reflect on the history of our nation, and to pay respects to those that died in the Boer War, World War One, World War Two and beyond. Terrible wars that should have never happened. We hope no more wars of this kind ever happen again between European brothers.
Manawatu Gorge Bushwalk
Our Palmerston North Members took part in a hike up the Manawatu Gorge loop track. During the hike the members were able to self-reflect and attune with nature.
More men are organizing!
The new Christchurch branch met for the first time to discuss potential recruitment and future group events. They will no doubt grow into a large and successful branch!