US Freedom Army Code of Conduct
The United States Freedom Army exists to influence the return of Constitutional governance to the United States of America and to the Western values upon which our nation was built.
History has taught us that a clear understanding of the US Constitution transcends all traditional barriers to unity, and we strive for all Americans to come together in pursuit of the unalienable rights enumerated by our founders… life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
The USFA supports the tolerant and patriotic nature of our nation demonstrated through our generosity and diversity, as well as by fostering a healthy dialogue about the most critical threats facing our nation, internally and externally, from the perspective of a variety of voices.
We welcome all who share our beliefs, but require adherence to our Code of Conduct. Those seeking a leadership position within the USFA must sign the Code of Conduct agreement; that entire document can be found here, but below are a few salient highlights:
The USFA has never, and will never, tolerate any bias, discrimination, or violence against anyone, based on their religion, gender, race, or political persuasion. Freedom to practice one's religion in peace is afforded to each of us by the U.S. Constitution and we will defend it vigorously.
Through our advocacy and activism, we will continue to address the threat presented by those who seek to destroy our Western way of life through advocating violence or radical religious discrimination through hate groups, such as those represented by movements such as white supremacy, black nationalists, or radical Islam, to name a few.
Anyone who traffics in prejudice, or advocates violence in any way towards anyone does not speak on behalf of the USFA. Should our organization find out that such beliefs have been propagated by one of our members or anyone claiming to be associated with the US Freedom Army, we will terminate any relationship with such person, group or entity, and disavow them.
The USFA has many volunteers who advocate on our behalf. As such, the US Freedom Army cannot control the statements and representations of our members or our volunteers. Therefore, the USFA is not responsible for statements by any volunteer, volunteer leader or member who advocates a position contrary to our official Code of Conduct. The US Freedom Army reserves the right to terminate any relationship with any person, group, entity, or organization advocating a position contrary to our Code of Conduct.
We will continue to work together with patriotic Americans of all beliefs and backgrounds, who stand united in this fight for the survival of our nation, the protection of the United States of America and the Western values upon which our nation was built, and the preservation of the freedom of religion and speech that we enjoy in America. It is our privilege to serve with our friends, volunteers, and fellow patriots for the cause of freedom!