Covington, Harold: Northwest Front
Johnson, Bill: American Third Position
MacDonald, Kevin: American Third Position
Roper, Billy: Nationalist Party of America
Taylor, Jared: American Renaissance
Wahl, Jeff: League of European Americans
On behalf of the Renaissance Party of North America (RPN), I would like to bring to your attention what we consider to be a most important and urgent proposal. We propose that all North American Nationalist organizations officially and, in no uncertain terms, clearly distance themselves from the American National Socialist Movement (NSM) and all predominant individuals affiliated with it, past or present. The urgency of this measure, we feel, is only highlighted by the disastrous and tragic “public relations” consequences unleashed by the murders-suicide of J.T. Ready.
We are of the opinion that, in the best interests of the political potential of North American White Europeans upon the next middle class and professional demographic plateau to be scaled, such a united and coordinated stance need be taken across the board.
We differ greatly in our perceptions of where and how White Ethno Nationalist politics sits and what needs to be done. That is understood. However, what we hold in common, it is our hope, is what can be agreed upon as to what constitutes a hindrance and danger to the best interests and further evolution of North American Ethno Nationalist politics.
As such, it is our firm opinion that we simply cannot afford to be associated and/or indirectly affiliated with the NSM “brand” and/or any of its junior representations. We further maintain that NSM philosophy and political conduct is a constant bullet to the head of realistic White European interests. Any first-year law student will openly proclaim: “Justice must not only be done, it must also be seen to be done.” A mismanagement of optics in today’s political contexts and theater, taking into consideration who largely controls the substance and imagery of the latter, translates into a recipe for disaster.
No party or individual identified herein was a signatory to the 2004 New Orleans Protocol. It is a mistake to limit our endeavors to two highly questionable Protocol assertions: 1. there are no “enemies on the Right”; 2. what is commonly understood to be “the Right” holds a monopoly on White European interests. Having claimed the New Right philosophical ground of “the Center” (relative to “the Periphery”), the RPN believes itself to be on solid ground with the latter claim. We have been plunged into a new era of Nationalist politics with new challenges, new opportunities, and new urgencies. In a “post-Ready” world, the efforts at salvaging brand and optics must now be crucial and extreme.
We would think that a month’s time to bring this proposal to your respective Executives and turn-around with a decision to proceed to negotiation towards a unified position/statement, or not, should be adequate. Our grave concern is open to the general public via the Internet and is as transparent as a sheet of glass: We either move forward carefully, prudently, and wisely or fall upon propaganda and optics swords of our own making and of our own blind endorsement.
Thank you for your attention.
Sebastian Ernst Ronin, Leader, Renaissance Party of North America
Erick Weigel, Chairman, Steering Committee, Renaissance Party of North America (USA)