Schnell Post: Making Noise

Seeing the swastika in public always gets my attention, so I couldn’t help but notice that the lame-stream media covered a march by alleged neo-nazi group Blood Tribe in Nashville, TN last week.

This was the first time I had heard of the group and its leader Christopher Pohlhaus, so naturally I was intrigued. I know there are many small “neo-nazi” groups or “white supremacist” organizations in this country.

It’s hard, bordering on impossible, to find honest, unbiased information on these groups. And that’s the problem: true Nazism is at its core a National Socialist movement, a National Socialist message. Without a way to find that message and its philosophical underpinnings, displaying Nazi imagery and symbols serves little purpose but to empower our enemies (it gives them talking points and rallying cries) and alienate potential allies.

If we want to see a true National Socialist society, with the end goal of making manifest the 14-Words (We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children) we must educate our fellow White brothers and sisters. Education requires information. We must gradually erode and change public opinion about democracy, capitalism, and the ill-conceived notion of racial equality. And opinion is founded on information, often with an emotional component. Waving flags certainly stirs the emotions, but without the accompanying information… public opinion will fall-back on the misinformation fed to them by the media.

I don’t know anyone in the Blood Tribe group. I am not condemning them for acting peacefully yet publicly on their beliefs. Raising awareness that not everyone is walking in lock-step with the neo-communist libtards running the American media and government is not necessarily a bad thing. But I would have been more impressed if, on the periphery of the marchers, they had people handing out pamphlets explaining what National Socialism is and why it is the strongest and most logical solution for today’s ills. Or at the least, a website I could find explaining what they believe and why.


In short, as near as I can tell, groups like this make a “splash” and their members probably feel good about belonging to some team, but they are missing the most important components: it’s not enough to tear down- we must BUILD. It is not enough to rally against problems- we must offer SOLUTIONS.

This is why I do not belong to a “neo-nazi” organization. I belong to a REAL Nazi organization: The American Nazi Party. We don’t march- we EDUCATE. We don’t tear down- we try to BUILD bonds between our racial brothers and sisters. Most importantly, our beliefs are grounded with solid philosophical underpinnings and core values, proudly on display for all to see HERE.

We rely on you, like minded comrades, to spread the word. It does not serve our cause to irritate or upset people. It serves our cause to inform potential members and supporters that we are here, we are serious, we are not going away, and we bring to the table not just the ability to highlight society’s problems, but the actual tools to solve them.

It is not going to happen overnight- but then nothing lasting does. As the old expression goes: “Perseverance furthers.”

Amerika Erwache!

2 responses to “Schnell Post: Making Noise”

  1. Johann Rhein Avatar

    Agreed. A rally for the sake of increasing awareness and generating bonds between participants is a time-honored tradition. And I, too, am glad it stayed peaceful. My only concern is their reliance on the media to convey their message and control the narrative. Without a voice to counter that narrative, it will be seen as little more than “race baiting”. If they have a website people could visit to learn more about their beliefs and positions, I couldn’t find it.

  2. Dan Schneider Avatar
    Dan Schneider

    I just wanted to say that this is the first I’ve heard of this group, so I really can’t offer an opinion. I prefer not mouthing off about something I know little or nothing about. You put your foot in your mouth a lot less that way. If you don’t know what you’re talking about, you shouldn’t be talking about it in the first place.

    This Blood Tribe might be interesting to keep an eye on to see what they do. At least they stayed peaceful with this demonstration. Personally, I don’t see that it accomplished anything other than a little publicity for them, which very well might be what they had in mind. At least it wasn’t bad publicity.

    Dan Schneider
    Deputy Chairman
    American Nazi Party