A3P So Cal Team Reaches Out to Santa Monica

On Sunday, under a fair sky in southern California, the A3P’s flagship So Cal team travelled to the world-famous pier at Santa Monica to communicate to the few Americans left there the A3P message.

In just 2 hours, the 4-man team was able to deliver several hundred fliers to the public, many of whom jumped at the opportunity to talk to the activists about the unfairness of globalization and its impact on American workers and their families.

Even tourists from Scotland, England, and Australia were eager to share the stories of their own countries’ battle with globalization and its detrimental effect on their lives.

While there was a noticeable shortage of Americans in the area, there was simultaneously a noticeable increased consciousness on the part of Americans concerning the rights of workers, the destruction of our environment for the sake of continued profit on the part of the wealthy, hostile elite – with a particular emphasis on the recent obliteration of our Gulf -  and the establishment’s highly unpopular war against the once-sovereign nation of Iraq. In fact, just alongside the Santa Monica pier, there has stood for several years now a monument to those heroes fallen in the illegal war waged by our government against the Iraqi people. The activists were sure to stop by the memorial and pay their respects.

A3P activist, Brian Alexander, who served 2 tours in Afghanistan and spent year in Iraq, where he served as an Infantry Squad leader, was especially touched by the tribute. “A number of my friends didn’t make it back from that place, and I hold the establishment absolutely responsible for their deaths. I will never relent until they are held to account for their crimes,” said an emotional Alexander, as he stood before the display.

While the area was short on Americans, those few at the pier received the activists with great enthusiasm, and a number of passersby asked about the process of registering as affiliated with the party. The activists were ready with voter registration forms and were even willing to mail the forms in on behalf of those interested.

Without a doubt, the So Cal team, through relentless activism, continues to grow at a rate that might be considered impressive for any grassroots campaign. With about 40 local members and scores of supporters and sympathizers in the area, the team’s future is quite promising.

Customary to any A3P So Cal event, of course, was the refreshing after-action review, where several pick-me-ups were enjoyed by the deserving team.

A3P So Cal is always looking for new members of team. Those interested are encouraged to join the party and get involved on the forum.

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  1. Mike0oSS says:

    Mr. Johnson previously proposed an amendment to the U.S. Constitution ("Pace Amendment") which would require nonwhite individuals to be deported from the U.S……..Sounds reasonable to me

  2. Eranthis says:

    The post repeatedly comments on the paucity of "Americans", apparently implying that you only consider white people to be American. This is not immediately clear from your signage, which only refers to "Americans" and not "white Americans". Mr. Johnson previously proposed an amendment to the U.S. Constitution ("Pace Amendment") which would require nonwhite individuals to be deported from the U.S.

  3. sonicwhip says:

    I hope this continues, so the SoCal white people can awaken to the invasion that is happening.

  4. jeffaral says:

    Keep up the great work! Greetings from Germany!

  5. KOSTAS says:

    Hi from Hellas (greece). Good work, we would like to learn more about your movement and political activism! KEEP ON THE STRUGLE.

  6. Nothing_New says:

    Revolution is a "natural manure" and we should never be "twenty years with such a rebellion." We have past that 20 year mark wouldn't you say? I can't wait for these hippies to leave power by whatever means.

    I will make this clear that just because I post this quote from Jefferson does not mean that I condone or wish blood shed through rebellion. But what I do support is letting it happen, whichever way it goes if it means upholding the Constitution of the United States. Jefferson said it and if anyone argues his statement then you don't argue with me you argue with our founding father.

    "God forbid we should ever be twenty years without such a rebellion.
    The people cannot be all, and always, well informed. The part which is
    wrong will be discontented, in proportion to the importance of the facts
    they misconceive. If they remain quiet under such misconceptions,
    it is lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty. …
    And what country can preserve its liberties, if its rulers are not
    warned from time to time, that this people preserve the spirit of
    resistance? Let them take arms. The remedy is to set them right as
    to the facts, pardon and pacify them. What signify a few lives lost
    in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from
    time to time, with the blood of patriots and tyrants.
    It is its natural manure." ~ Thomas Jefferson, Speaking of the French Revolution and any Revolution.

  7. Native says:

    I'm pretty sure he placed the quotes around American because he, being hispanic, wouldn't be considered American according to the A3P's standards. You don't read your own website? It's all over.

  8. Person says:

    Why is American in quotations? You won't go anywhere, unless you choose.

  9. Ralph says:

    Let's say you guys ultimately achieve your goals. What would an ideal America look like if you had it your way? I'm Hispanic (3rd generation "American" ). Where would I be sent to live, etc? Just wondering.

  10. Aaron says:

    Please come to Georgia!

  11. Advanced_Ape says:

    Looks great. Hope it takes off for you.

  12. crager says:

    Did yall give one to the snake man? keep up the good work!!

  13. Mike says:

    Love you guys.