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Good work brother
@willsaxon If they're still up, just come back and take pictures during daylight hours.
I like the painted rocks idea. We have so much paint, we should mass produce those suckers.
hell I’ll paint some rocks
The conservationist in me wants to remind not to paint on any rocks in protected wilderness areas or on any non-portable rocks. Small stones to drop at municipal and state parks are very clever though.
Get painting fellas.
Thvsv Cvlvrs Dvn't Rvn!
@Deleted User are you using filters or is California always that beautiful?
Yeah he edits them, I like it
can we do that as long as it’s subtle?
As long as it is subtle it is fine 👍
Lets try to keep it to a minimum though so all of our pictures look similar and thus we keep a standard
State Road 46 Columbus Indiana
Nice.. great idea!
Thought they could use a new one
@Piet Dietzel Im putting this on the activism line up. Wonderful Idea. Great action.
@wayne peek I’ve got a bunch of flags. I’m gonna try and find four more janky one’s that need replaced today
Awesome! That is golden. Great job!
They put it up!
awesome @Piet Dietzel, very creative idea and it means that at least someone there was receptive to us
Putting that on Twitter could get the establishment in hot water.
Just blur out the name
Would be good optics for us but at the end of the day its not that bad. And true that may work.
“IE members in [insert state here] donated a new American flag to a local business to replace their old one. We thank them for being unafraid to display their patriotism.”
nice, generic statement without mentioning the business
and we can do old & new flag pics without even including the business
Pic looked too blue
@Aaron O'regan nice work. You should hit surrounding cities in the future.
Silver Spring, MD
I was greeted in Spanish at a drive-thru there 🙃
Federal Hill, Baltimore MD
We had a great time, and got some great photos!
Inner Harbor, Baltimore, MD
Outside Maryland Science Center
Maryland Science Center
oh @Brunswick I forgot to tag you for the Cabin John, MD pics but they’re there, a little ways up
Or this one...
Awesome! Nola landmarks!
Westword is a leftist magazine in Denver that has written numerous hit pieces on IE CO
Members of the Kentucky chapter hiked and cleaned up litter at Mammoth Cave National Park
Low Hollow Trail
To celebrate the New Year, Identity Evropa members in Oklahoma toured the National Western Heritage Museum, then had a wholesome meal and capped the day off with some bowling.
Wow that museum name is implicit AF
Put the last one on twitter. Zoomer outreach bro.
It will make that Palestinian Congresswoman's Son look like /ourguy/. This will play into our favour.
I like the blue triangle gang above each lane
On Saturday, January 5th, Identity Evropa activists in Cheyenne, Wyoming deployed banners throughout various locations of the city. These actions were conducted in solidarity with the IE Rocky Mountain region, calling for an end to open borders and the current invasion taking place on American soil. The activists were met with cheers and immense support from onlooking pedestrians.
with @Valaska @Roland @metasophocles @Sonic
Good job guys. Way to reuse that banner for optimal effect.
Way to go guys,loving all this personal activism!
The guy on the horse is a nice touch 😎
WY crew is on fire
Last one in Gilroy for a while, not many of us left.
I went back out to the monument site we cleaned up back in September for the two slain cowboys. Not that I expected any different, but it was good to see the site undisturbed and the crosses still standing after we paid our respects.
Did you guys actually visit the veterans?
No, but a few of them stopped and talked with us. They were very supportive.
We gave out a few business cards to the ones who chatted for a while.
^ @Brunswick Had to switch the photo from the VA hospital.
Downtown Lebanon, TN
Books A Million
South Dakota School of Mines & Technology
Rapid City, SD
drove by the place @AfterActionReporting and I did an IE action months back, good memories
Members of the Kentucky chapter recognized Law Enforcement Appreciation Day by delivering gift baskets to local police departments.
This is peak optics, great work as always KY!
damn everyones on the grind today lol
Wow Way to go Kentucky Chapter donated to Police Department, way to step up Optics Dang!😀😉👍💙
Very nice KY!!! Inspiring.
Just saw the KY pics, good work @GloopGod and everyone involved. That's a great idea.
A skier and activist from Identity Evropa's Colorado chapter took to the back slopes of Breckenridge, committed to pursuits of physical endurance and athletic prowess at 13,000 feet above sea level.
[To put this into perspective, I had to take multiple lifts, then hike straight up to the summit bowls in ski boots while carrying my skis to reach absolutely terrifying terrain just to place a sticker on a weather vane, then take a near-vertical drop to ski down. All for Evropa!]
Members from Identity Evropa's Colorado Chapter participated in the annual Ullr Fest in Breckenridge, Colorado. This winter festival pays homage to northern European traditions of old to usher in good blessings for the winter sports season.
@Argument of Perigee is trying to get member of the month two months in a row.
University of Memphis
The last pic was in the journalism building.... that should get some coverage 😎
@Tyler0317 getting additional photos for cyber strike in <#517910377133244416> is a great way to gain more attention
Automobile Alley, Oklahoma City.
Sandia Mountains trails, Albuquerque, NM
Today, members of Florida IE visited the Henry B. Plant museum in Tampa
Deep Deuce District
Oklahoma City, OK
Astoria, Queens, NY
Great work everyone!
Murray State University