In 1985, Bob Heick began writing and distributing papers, from a nationalist, and anti-communist perspective, in reaction to the growing leftist influence in the local punk culture. Originally, he wanted as a synthesis organization for all American white nationalist, but AF had no way to structure or have membership. Media attention and constant crime doing by the group brought attention from the police. In addition, Heick's downfall from patriotism to Nazism lost many of his friends. He also formed the short-lived group United White Brethren in the North and South Bay Areas.
When he came back to San Francisco in 1987, Heick found the newer generation of local white nationalists were more receptive to Nazism. The AF transformed into a political movement, and its membership was no longer exclusively white nationalists. The AF telephone hotline often repeated a quote from the San Francisco-born author Jack London: "I'm a worker, but first of all I'm a white worker". On May 1, 1988, AF held its first White Workers Day march on Haight Street in San Francisco, in which 65 participants marched unopposed.
AF cares about the
WHITE worker, and when called racist he would say he's not racist because he'd claim that membership was no longer exclusively to white nationalists.
AF has a San Francisco accent, usualy he is listening to white power music, loves to make rallies to protest black people, and talks about how White Aryan Resistance loves
Nig African American Gentle Men.
How To Draw
- Draw a ball and fill it with black.
- Add a white Celtic cross with a line through it.
- Add the eyes and you’re done!
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- White Aryan Resistance - You pushed me aside, you betrayed me, and all other of your aryan breathern.
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