Since the launch of Action Zealandia by far the most common theme of criticism has been that we conceal the identity of our members. We have faced accusations of not having convictions to stand up for our ideals, cowardice and of having an image of criminality. This criticism comes from both detractors and sometimes supporters also.
We present this article to clarify our position. Why we conceal our identity via the
The most pressing reason is personal security. There are many people, from the most obsessed neo-leftist to the alphabet agencies, that would want our members and our organisation as a whole crushed and silenced for speaking out against ills of our society such as multiculturalism, international capitalism, consumerism and European displacement.
As New Zealand’s only dissident movement, our members are at risk of harassment. As we saw after March 15 shooting, a multitude of people were harassed by the police, SIS, the media and obsessed leftists. Individuals from firearms owners,
NZ civnat blogger, Nick Bush, harassed by police
This threat of harassment is still present today and will no doubt only get worse as our detractors and enemies get more desperate. Our members have jobs, friends, families, girlfriends, wives and children. Putting our identities in the open puts our families and ourselves in major jeopardy by the above-mentioned parties with no benefit for the organisation as a whole.
We will continue with our activism, self-improvement and community building. Our anonymity is one of our strengths. With the anonymous nature of the movement, we are able to take part in actions we would otherwise not. The distribution of the Police memo that highlights how the police want the banks to snitch on their customers in order to put them on a watchlist. This kind of whistleblowing would not be realistically possible if we were not anonymous.
Anonymity is a strength and we plan to stay that way, no amount of seething will change that.