Christmas Community Outreach

December 28, 2017By Identity Evropa

Identity Evropa activists in Pennsylvania pooled their resources to help the less fortunate in the community this Christmas.

A donation of food was collected from within the organization and driven to a nearby food pantry. Afterwards, Identity Evropa activists took to the streets of Philadelphia and distributed holiday cards to the homeless, each of which containing something to hopefully make the winter nights a little more bearable.

Public service is both noble and necessary. But when time comes to give, too often are poor Americans of European descent overlooked. Contrary to White privilege narratives promulgated by the Left, the only demographic with an increasing death rate in America is middle-age Whites without a college degree. Alarmingly, this phenomenon is rarely seen outside of war or famine.

As Identitarians, we consider our fellow European Americans to be family; thus, they should be looked after as such.

This small act of charity, and others performed by members of our organization this year, are merely the beginning of Identity Evropa’s mission to forge a better world for people of European heritage – our people.

Return to the Jefferson Memorial

December 9, 2017By Identity Evropa

Taking the ‘Who’s Next?’ banner, Identity Evropa activists returned to the Thomas Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC. We set down candles and roses in remembrance of this founder’s life. As we observe the ongoing delegitimization of European American history and figures, Identity Evropa activists will return to other statues and memorials like this. These monuments are not mere historical items either, but rather the cultural icons that help define a nation and its people. Our opponents recognize this reality, and we must take up this mantle of preservation and protection of our icons in every cultural sphere possible.

America First Banner Drop

December 5, 2017By Identity Evropa

On Tuesday, December 5, Identity Evropa activists dropped a massive banner at Georgia Tech in Atlanta. Measuring ten feet tall and nearly two-hundred feet wide, the banner calls for putting America first and ending immigration.

For far too long American institutions have been used to benefit the interests of a globalist elite, rather than our people. Over the past decades, this elite has relentlessly pushed for open borders and mass immigration. This endeavor is nothing more than an attempt to import a new people, who are seen as more politically malleable than Americans – particularly those of European descent.

Identity Evropa stands opposed to all immigration – legal or illegal – that will alter America’s historic demographics. As such, we are calling on President Trump and Congress to put America first and end immigration.

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Southern California Beach Cleanup

December 4, 2017By Identity Evropa

Last Saturday, Identity Evropa members went to a nearby beach to engage in some environmental activism. The brief event was floated as a casual suggestion between members midway through the week, and within minutes a number of members had already volunteered.

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A Brighter Future

November 30, 2017By Identity Evropa

Identity Evropa activists recently hosted a private speaking event on a college campus in Southern California.

The event, titled “A Brighter Future,” was organized by Identity Evropa with the aim of testing their local activists’ ability to host a successful public function, with the more ambitious objective of hosting larger events in the future. By all accounts, this goal was reached. The event was successful, bringing in 40-50 attendees solely through word of mouth, and a large number of locals from the Southern California region combined their energy and resources to make the event a reality.

Attendees were greeted at the door with a custom brochure containing the event’s program, stickers, fliers, and refreshments. While the event was free of charge, donations were encouraged to help cover the costs, in fact, a good portion of the expenses were recouped through the generous donations of supporters and attendees.

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Identity Evropa Activists Protest Removal of George Washington Monument

November 19, 2017By Identity Evropa

In his Charlottesville press conference, President Trump recognized the ongoing deconstruction of American society through the removal of statues beyond Confederate monuments. George Washington attended Christ Church in Alexandria, Virginia in his lifetime. Now, church clergy have voted and are planning to remove a memorial plaque to George Washington in an effort to be more 'inclusive'.

Our movement has now been repeatedly vindicated on this matter. The removal of this iconography is a delegitimization of the life and accomplishments of these great European Americans. Identity Evropa activists refuse to silently stand by without protest and we will return again.

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Oklahoma City Banner Drop: Senator Lankford Promotes Lawlessness

November 11, 2017By Identity Evropa

Today, Identity Evropa activists in Oklahoma City dropped a banner in protest of Senator James Lankford's sponsorship of the SUCCEED Act, which would immediately grant amnesty to 1.8 million illegal immigrants, and potentially grant amnesty to nearly one million more.

By sponsoring this bill, Sen Lankford has turned his back on the rule of law, American sovereignty, and the voters who reelected him one year ago. Oklahomans overwhelmingly voted for Donald Trump because of his tough stance on immigration and made their voices known that they do not support amnesty.

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Identity Evropa Drops Banners in Atlanta, GA

September 26, 2017By Identity Evropa

Identity Evropa Drops Banners in Atlanta, GA

Identity Evropa is the fastest growing Identitarian organization in North America and has active chapters in every major metropolitan area in the United States. Today, our activists dropped multiple banners across the city of Atlanta to warn the public about statements from both the White House and Congress regarding Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).

On Sunday's Meet The Press, House Democrat Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi stated that President Trump pledged his support for “a pathway to citizenship” for the nearly 1 million illegal aliens covered under the so-called “Dream Act.”

Any federal action short of deportation is unconstitutional and illegal. Not only does it amount to amnesty for illegal aliens, but also their extended families, potentially through chain migration.

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Operation Tunnel Rats

June 19, 2017By Identity Evropa

Operation Tunnel Rats began to take shape when we discovered the Freedom of Expression Tunnel at North Carolina State University, a place where anyone could express themselves in any manner they saw fit. We gathered our supplies; spray paint, paint rollers, tape, respirators, backpacks, and cameras. One of our local members designed a stencil that could be folded like an accordion into a small square that fit in the palm of your hand, but unfolded when in use, requiring three people to hold. Spending the last week obtaining the material and reviewing our plans, we worked out the details for a quick maneuver.

We gathered at the meeting site prior to departure to go over everything one last time. Once the crew was fully present, we set about packing the gear and the vehicles with all the materials required for the operation.  Driving to the site was an adventure in and of itself. A motorcyclist laid his bike down in front of us and we pulled over to provide aid. Our medic was quick to ensure that the driver was in good health, and after discovering that he had only suffered some bruising, we turned the situation to the other cyclists in his party and went about our way. If ever anyone was to question the heart and caring of this organization, our actions speak louder than words.

We continued down the road in the quiet, still air of the Carolina night. Our dark path only interrupted by the emerging skyline of Raleigh, the capitol of North Carolina. The excitement was mounting as the men began to prepare themselves mentally for the operation we had prepared so hard for. Only now, on the crest of the moment, did we begin to understand the impact our message was about to have.

We arrived on campus and made our way through the parking lot down to the Tunnel entrance. Without hesitation, we set about marking the boundaries of the projected stencils with painters-tape and spray paint. The Tunnel was half a football field long, and we needed to mark both sides for the operation. The amount of materials required was significant. With swift precision, the parameters of the first layer of paint were set out.

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