- Letter box leaflet distribution.
- Send in ideas for activities – check your local area for any un-Australian agenda.
- Reproduce photocopies of leaflets and posters, and get friends to help distribute.
- Donate for specific purposes. eg. Information Items, Postage, Stationary, etc.
- Write up articles for a newsletter.
- Public hand out of leaflets with other members.
- Put up self-adhesive stickers.
- Engage in demonstrations.
- Paste up posters.
- Take up Cadre Membership responsibilities – commit to the AF Ideal.
- Purchase and wear our T-Shirts.
- Recruit family and friends.
Members choose their own involvement. Whatever the involvement, it should be undertaken with determination and consistency. Action can also be arranged in a small group.
All members have access to political booklets from the Information Service.
Stickers and Leaflets – Don’t leave home without them – a few in the pocket can do the job!
Poles – traffic and pedestrian, all sorts etc; notice boards; Australia Post boxes; shopping centre doors, seats, railings, lifts, counters; Bank Flexi teller machines [keep head down]; anywhere and everywhere!
Leave all over the place! Public transport; Public places, libraries [in books/shelves/pin to notice boards], shopping centres; post boxes; shop counters and shelves; CES and Social Security Offices; Youth meeting points; Railway Stations; Street hand outs [organise a few mates]; Post off in any Reply Paid envelope you find.
Backs of signs; Telephone Boxes; Older Walls and Structures; Fire Hydrant Cabinets; Traffic Control Boxes; Building Site Hoardings etc.
Postering – use Selleys Aquadhere glue – mixed 20% glue to 80% water and when pasted up, run roller over face of poster. Generally avoid private property although multinationals, banks, politicians, and others of the Traitor Class are fair game. Get a few mates and work at night, using a bucket in a shopping bag with a roller or brush [roller preferred] and on foot away from vehicle, which should be parked away from immediate area. Use a beanie or face covering if required when spook cameras are thought to be about.