Upcoming ShieldWall Network Events

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Our next ShieldWall Network meeting will be in central Arkansas on September 23rd.

If you’re interested in meeting real people, in real life face to face for local activism and mutual support, RSVP for details.

We also will be sending a delegation to the StormFront Conference in Eastern Tennessee the weekend after (September 29th-Oct. 1st).

Thirdly, there will be a Fall Fest get-together in Eastern Arkansas October 7th.

The Roper Report is now a part of the Radio Aryan network!


The Roper Report podcast will now be livestreamed twice a day on Wednesdays, as well as listed and archived for download, on RadioAryan.com, as well as their Youtube channel.

This will increase our listening audience, and potential ShieldWall Network affiliates, by thousands, from an entirely new audience. Combined with The ShieldWall Network’s recent inclusion to the Confederate 28 coalition of organizations under the Blood and Honour American Division banner, this…

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Little Rock Mayor Allies with Jewish ADL to Deny 1st Amendment: Roper files with ACLU in response

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The First Amendment states that “Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”

As of the 2005–2007 American Community Survey conducted by the U.S. Census Bureau, White Americans made up 52.7% of Little Rock’s population; of which 49.4% were non-Hispanic Whites, down from 74.1% in 1970. In the ten years since, the White percentage of Little Rock has declined by a further five percent, and decreases daily. The city is currently undergoing a crisis of violent crime, edging up on fifty homicides so far this year: over twice last year’s startling murder rate. Almost all of the perpetrators of these crimes have been black or Hispanic.

Anti-White Little Rock Mayor Mark…

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ShieldWall Network launches combat division.

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The ShieldWall Phalanx

The phalanx (Ancient Greek: φάλαγξ; plural phalanxes or phalanges, φάλαγγες, phalanges) was a rectangular mass military formation, usually composed entirely of heavy infantry armed with spears, pikes, sarissas, or similar weapons.

Not all members of The ShieldWall Network are temperamentally or psychologically suited to recruit and cherry-pick new organizational affiliates through local government or civic organizations. In some cases, just as there are those whose professional occupations require that they be financiers and planners of The ShieldWall Network from behind the scenes rather than public activists, there are also ShieldWall Network affiliates who, frankly, have criminal records which may preclude them becoming persons of influence in their community directly and openly.

The ShieldWall Phalanx is an athletic association of all of the male members of The ShieldWall Network who are interested in improving their overall physical health through teamwork-driven activities. Open to all ShieldWall men regardless of…

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Shield Wall

Norse Basics for Kids

A shield wall was a “wall of shields” formed by soldiers standing in formation shoulder to shoulder, holding their shields so that they abut or overlap. Each soldier benefits from the protection of their neighbors’ shields as well as their own. This was a common defense used by the Vikings in battle.

There were many women who fought along side the men in battle. The women who held position on the battlefield within the shield wall, was considered a shield maiden.

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Shield maiden cookies

Norse Basics for Kids

Ingredients:

  • Fudge Stripes, Dark Chocolate
  • White Candy Melts, melted
  • Hershey Kisses

Directions:

Unwrap the Hershey Kisses and place one over the center of each Fudge Stripes cookie.

Place the melted candy (or melted white chocolate chips) into a baggie and clip off the corner with a pair of scissors leaving a small hole. Squeeze some melted candy onto the bottom of each Hershey kiss to attach them to the cookie.

Add additional dots of melted candy around the outside of the shield. Let dry.

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It starts with statues, and ends with us.

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Hot Springs, Arkansas Protest Report

While ShieldWall Network members and affiliates were defending three Confederate monuments and statues which had been threatened by Anti-Whites on Friday, they received word from Hot Springs that despite the monument there being on private property owned by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, the left-wing Mayor had ordered that the Confederate flag be removed from it by city employees at the demands of Antifa activists. This constituted an act of theft on behalf of the city, for which the Mayor could be prosecuted or sued. The city parked garbage trucks in a ring around the monument and had police stopping and searching vehicles near it, as they restricted traffic in the area.

Two anti-White protesters, one Jewish and the other black, were arrested for disorderly conduct. Otherwise the National Park Service kept Antifa and the Rainbow Confederates separate. Many of the anti-White protesters, chanting…

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Statue Threat Draws A Crowd

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From the Searcy Daily Citizen newspaper account of Friday’s defense of the Confederate monument at the White County courthouse.

by Tracy Whitaker

A threat made by a hacker group to tear down several Confederate statues, including one at the White County Courthouse, resulted in demonstrators gathering downtown in Searcy on Friday, but no physical confrontations.

…Some groups were more organized, such as the ShieldWall Network, a white supremacist group whose leader Billy Roper brought a small contingent of his organization from Stone County, where the organization is based, and from other parts of the state.

Although no one representing Anonymous showed up and no physical violence occurred during the demonstration, a few verbal threats and insults were uttered during history debates, arguments and disagreements surrounding the interpretation of history and the reason the statue should remain.

Roper had called The Daily Citizen earlier in the day, indicating the ShieldWall Network…

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Citizens Protest at White County Courthouse Concerning Confederate Monument

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From the Harding University Bison online college newspaper.

by Natalie E. Smith

…Stone County resident Billy Roper attended the gathering representing the ShieldWall Network, a white Nationalist group that strives to “think racially, take a stand locally.” Roper was strongly opposed to the alleged threat to the monument and came out to defend it.

“I’m here to stop whomever would like to take down the Confederate monument because they’re trying to destroy our people’s culture and heritage and history on the way towards white genocide, on the way to extinction … They’re working on making the people who founded this country a minority in it.”

During the demonstration, Roper was wearing a red “Arkansas Engineering” T-shirt similar to that of former University of Arkansas (UARK) student, Andrew M. Dodson, who was photographed at the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, on Aug. 11. Roper, along with UARK engineering professor…

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