League of the South Holds Anti-Antifa Demonstration In Harrison, AR
Anti-White Group Cancels Protest
The ShieldWall Network stood up to a planned protest by Communist, Anarchist and Black Bloc protesters and forced the Leftists to cancel their event. The “Redneck Revolt” John Brown Gun Club of Mountain Home, Arkansas, planned protest on May 27th in Harrison, Arkansas but have gone back to tendies and anime instead.
As admitted by the Leftist group, the tactic employed by the ShieldWall Network of “unmasking” the protesters caused the antifa group to realize that it could face legal and social repercussions for its attacks. Antifa normally gather dressed in black and wearing masks, and then commit violent assaults and vandalism and escape without prosecution.
While doxxing remains controversial, ShieldWall Network collects its information legally, through publicly available online sources, and has prevented likely violence by steering these antifa types back into the basement. The antifa-linked group issued a message informing its supporters of the cancellation:
Regarding the Cancellation of the Arkansas United Against Racism Event:
Yesterday, after long discussion and careful consideration, we, the members of Mountain Home Redneck Revolt, decided that it is in the best interest of our community and ourselves to cancel our event, Arkansas United Against Racism.
The event, which was previously scheduled for May 27 in Harrison, AR, was intended to be a community event focused on unity. From the beginning, our intentions were those of peace and solidarity with those in our communities that feel, as we do, that the Ku Klux Klan, white supremacists, and their sympathizers have held the legacy of our beautiful Ozarks hostage for far too long.
After the initial event, scheduled for April 29, was rained out, we rescheduled.
Shortly after, we were made aware of attempts by several white supremacists—primarily Billy Roper, well known Neo-Nazi and friend of Thomas Robb, national director of the Ku Klux Klan—to doxx folks who were associated with our group or the event, including several Harrison natives who were not yet involved and had merely indicated that they were considering attending. A thinly-veiled call to violence by the Klan and their supporters is not to be taken lightly.
Additionally, there has been a national call for white supremacists to come to Harrison to stand against our event, to instigate violence against those who oppose their genocidal rhetoric. In line with a culture of safety, we have therefore decided to cancel the event. We cannot risk the lives of our attendees, and the safety of all is our primary concern.
Our intentions have never been those of violence or discord, though the same cannot be said for Roper, Robb, and the other white supremacists associated with them. We hope that the community of Harrison and the rest of the Ozarks will see through their lies and manipulation. To all those who supported this event, we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Going forward, Mountain Home Redneck Revolt will be focusing on community support and outreach. We were unable to hold this event and ensure the safety of all attendees, so we will be helping our community in other ways. We hope that we will be able to make a lasting positive difference in this way, and we intend to do so.
In love, unity, and solidarity,
Mountain Home Redneck Revolt