Taking It to The Man: Getting In Hymie's Face at
Boston ADL Rally
by Rob Freeman
On the way to work this morning I found out about an ADL rally in Boston in response to the
guy who wanted to blow up the Boston Holyhoax memorial and the bridge named after the dead
ADL leader Leonard Zakim.
I called the mayor's office and found out the time and place. At work I made a flyer, printed
out some anti-ADL propaganda from Jeff's Archive site, and off I go. I caused some serious
outrage. One black guy in an expensive suit asked me for a flyer because the White girls
wouldn't give it to him because it had anti-mixing propaganda and they didn't want to offend
the poor monkey. I had no such protective attitude towards his feelings and gladly gave him
a flyer. He asked if I think he shouldn't date White women, and I said yes, it equals
genocide. I asked him didn't he agree and won't it be a shame if there are no more White
people, just mulattoes? He wasn't used to a White man who stood up to him, and walked away
without a word.
I gave flyers right to all the various ADL-associated and salaried diversity workers at this
thing. I distributed NA literature within ten feet of Elie Wiesel (I think it was him).
The diversity workers were at first curious and didn't understand my sarcasm when I handed
them the flyer saying, with a straight face, "I am here to support the ADL in its drive to
abolish the Constitution." Then one of them with a pin on her that said "A World of
Difference" came and found me and gave me back my flyers. I thanked her because now I could
hand those flyers to more people.
The police were very friendly! Wow! If the Jews saw that they must be scared. The ranking
cop asked me for a copy of what I was handing out, and I gave him one of the anti-ADL
articles. He skimmed it, gave it back to me, and said I could distro so long as I was quiet
during the speeches. I chose the ADL article because maybe he'd have judged the flyers too
offensive, and he didn't check and see if I had anything else.
Then I went to the sidewalk and started handing out flyers. I would say with a yiddish
accent, "Support zee ADL to abolish zee Constitution! No more Free speech or guns for
Americans." There was an ADL guy right there, Jerry Tarsy, whom I noticed after a bit. He
was gauging the reaction of the crowd as they walked by, and one of them refused my flyer
saying, "I am in favor of the Constitution!" I explained I was being sarcastic and that the
ADL is destorying the Constitution. He said "Oh, Ok," and took my flyers and
When I noticed the ADL guy, I said, "Oh, here's the ADL right here!" and smiled big. An
old Irish cop who was following me around jumped in between us and said, "Now be nice!"
like he was about to prevent a brawl between two schoolkids. I said, "Oh I won't do
anything, it's Ok." The ADL guy looked back at me and tried to look me in the eye, but he
glanced away, sheepish, and said, "We support your right to free speech, we just want you
to speak softly during the speeches and not disrupt." I said that's fine and offered him
a flyer, which he took with an air of gathering intelligence. I had the big smile and the
feeling of Wotansvolk in me the whole time, a happy warrior.
A LOT of people were psyched that I was there and took my flyers happily, I got to say. I
was very surprised. One older guy, probably a White nationalist, took my flyer and thanked
me, and when I tried to give him anti-ADL articles he refused, saying, "I know all about
the ADL." One young guy who was also a White nationalist started quizzing me about what
was wrong with the ADL and when I was not able to argue articulately and "quick on my feet"
he criticized me harshly and said I shouldn't be doing the distribution if I couldn't argue
well. But he failed to realize that nobody engaged me in debate at all, it was just about
passing the stuff out in the first place. I know I'm not a quick-on-my-feet debater, but
for street operations like this you don't need that. He was the only one who even debated
me at all, kind of a funny character. Probably a lone wolf.
What else, while the memory is fresh... I gave the flyers to a lot of Jews, and some
reacted with outrage, throwing the flyers on the ground or tearing them up. When they
threw them on the ground I would say, "Oh don't litter," and I'd pick it up. During the
speeches, at one point I was way in the back of the crowd where I was allowed to be loud
and obnoxious, and I heard snippets of things like, "White supremacists are desperate
losers" and I made a mime act of having my feelings hurt. Another snippet, "There's still
a lot of hate out there!" I raised my hand, "Yep, there's some right here!" Then a
nigger got up and said, "We won't ever forget the Holocaust or the Middle Passage," and I
yelled, "What about the Ukrainian holocaust, which was committed by Jews?"
But the cops, wow. They were all smiling at me. They know the deal. And a lot of plain
old Gentile citizens did too. I also handed literature to nigs, but I would give them
anti-ADL articles and say, "The ADL supports Israel's apartheid system and they are
murdering Palestinian children."
I wonder if this will make the ADL think twice about holding rallies. It was a perfect
opportunity to distro NA literature, and I'll do it again. Wish I'd had more time to
I had to leave after a half hour because I had to be back to work. Too bad, because it was
good. But I did my damage.