Reciprocity, Honor, Fidelity


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About Us

Mission Statement

To inculcate the principles of Reciprocity, Honor and Fidelity; to instill a reverence for Divinity; to preserve the legacy of our founding yeoman forefathers; to provide for the maintenance of the American Kulak Fraternity to perpetuate itself as a fraternal organization; to insure its members against domestic terrorism and other forms of maintained disorder; to cultivate good fellowship among and align the interests of American Kulaks and their communities.


In June of 2019 dissenting patriots from across Southern California began meeting to discuss cooperative & fraternal activities and on April 19th 2020 organized in Orange County as American Kulaks. AKF filed for incorporation on July 21st 2020.


The American Kulak Fraternity was founded “To promote and practice the three cardinal virtues of Reciprocity, Honor and Fidelity; to preserve the legacy of our founding yeoman forefathers; to insure members against maintained disorder; to cultivate good fellowship among American Kulaks.”


Membership is restricted to men of honorable conduct age 18 or over. To begin the membership processes reach out to the appropriate Timezone Lodge:

Frequently Asked Questions

Why Join?

Brotherhood: The American Kulak Fraternity connects men of honorable character both locally and nationwide. To AKF, Brotherhood comes first and includes the responsibilities of each member to their brothers. AKF facilitates the bonds of Brotherhood with a variety of events, everything from local BBQs to national meet ups.

Community Development: Just as AKF seeks to build the brotherhood of our members, we also seek to build livable communities that the families of our members are proud to have built up and grateful to live in. Building local communities and helping them prosper is a key aspect of AFK. This, along with benefits we offer to our members families, is part of a broader goal of AKF of keeping our member’s families secure.

Financial Development: The American Kulak Fraternity seeks to improve the financial standing of all of its members not just though networking, but also by providing the tools to reach ones potential financially. AFK has a variety of resources for its members including tutorials to increase financial literacy and certain financial benefits for members. AKF believes this is an absolutely essential aspect of the organization and will continue to expand as we grow.

What are dues spent on?

Currently, AKF charges $10 in dues. The first $5 in annual dues goes directly to the member’s Timezone Emergency Payment Fund. Learn more about how these funds and other emergency benefits are made available here. The rest of the dues goes towards purchasing property and funding projects.