Four Reasons That Any White Nationalist Alliance Will Fail!

In today’s competitive pro-White political marketplace there are some illusionists like NSM Commander Schoep and a few misled individuals that believe their pro-White organization can prosper through alliances. So before we talk about why they sometimes fail, let’s define what a  alliance is.

Alliances occur when two or more people come together for mutual gain. Some alliances are more formal and structured than others. I like to refer to alliances as “projects” with a set time line – rather than an alliance. The expectation with alliances is often that they are open ended and will last forever. This can often be one of the reasons why the alliance does not get off the ground as the participants can be overwhelmed with that never ending alliance concept. If the alliance is treated as a project with a start and finish – or a six month trial with this project with a “Let’s see how this alliance/project works for six months” – can often increase the potential results.

Any alliance that the NSM enters is doomed to failure because:

1. NO TRUST – pro-White organizations are reluctant to share ideas and support. This might be due to strangers being grouped together and told to form an alliance. This sometimes happens in organizations where two or more teams are brought together with no mutual connection. Alternately, there is previous negative history that has influenced the lack of trust especially in light that the present NSM Commander has engaged in race-mixing along with other immoral conduct.
This is Amber. Former step-daughter to Jeff Schoep. Schoep is a race-traitor and needs to be punished for this crime.

2. NO DRIVER – lots of great ideas, but no one actually creating an action plan or moving the alliance forward.

3. NO RESOURCES – Lots of great ideas, but either no time, expertise or money to execute the alliance.

4. DIFFERENT VALUES –  Beware the cowboys! I describe this potential ally as someone who wants to ride on your coat tails. They are keen to use your organization’s name and reputation to further their own career (this sounds like the NSM).

Another values area that will definitely lead to failure is dishonesty or not telling the truth. Part of the rules of engagement from the start need to be an agreement for total honesty in all cases – no exceptions. The minute this is abused, the alliance is doomed to failure (Jeff Schoep is the biggest liar since David Duke).

COMMENTATE: The NSM waited until everyone was drunk and then asked them to join an alliance (a paper alliance). Typical bullsh*t. This is nothing more than a monkey pounding his chest making loud noises. Jeff Schoep is the big monkey. Why not? His previous marriage was to a race-mixed female that produced a monkey!

Lastly, the best alliances are those that do action and don't need to be announced. This alliance announcement is nothing more than someone trying to reinvent the wheel. BIG DEAL!


WHITE AMERICANA: American General Warns About The Jews!

George Scratchley Brown (17 August 1918 – 5 December 1978) was a United States Air Force general who served as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. In this capacity, he served as the senior military adviser to the President of the United States, the National Security Council and the Secretary of Defense. Through the commanders of the unified and specified commands, he was also responsible for executing the decisions of the National Command Authorities regarding worldwide readiness and employment of combat forces of the United States Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps.

During his term as Chairman, Brown commented on two occasions – firstly to a  Duke University audience in October 1974, and then to a French reporter in 1976 – that Israell was becoming a burden to The Pentagon and that he believed the reason for continual military aid was due to Jews having control over America's banks, newspapers and elected officials. His exact words were:
"It's so strong you wouldn't believe now. We have the Israelis coming to us for equipment. We say we can't possibly get the Congress to support that. They say, 'Don't worry about the Congress. We will take care of the Congress.' Now this is somebody from another country, but they can do it. They own, you know, the banks in this country, the newspapers. Just look at where the Jewish money is."]

Brown retired due to ill health on 21 June 1978. He died at the Malcolm Grow Air Force Hospital at Andrews Air Force Base, Maryland, on 5 December 1978, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery. He was survived by his wife and three children.

His awards:

COMMAND PILOT WINGS.pngCommand Air Force Pilot Badge
Joint Chiefs of Staff seal.svgOffice of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Identification Badge
Distinguished Service Cross
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Air Force Distinguished Service Medal with bronze oak leaf cluster
Silver Star
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Width-44 crimson ribbon with a pair of width-2 white stripes on the edges
Legion of Merit with two bronze oak leaf clusters
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Distinguished Flying Cross with bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze Star
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Air Medal with three bronze oak leaf clusters
Joint Service Commendation Medal
Army Commendation Medal
Presidential Unit Citation
Air Force Outstanding Unit Award with Valor device
American Defense Service Medal
Bronze star
American Campaign Medal with one bronze campaign star
Silver star
Bronze star
Bronze star
European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with seven campaign stars
World War II Victory Medal
Bronze star
Width=44 scarlet ribbon with a central width-4 golden yellow stripe, flanked by pairs of width-1 scarlet, white, Old Glory blue, and white stripes
National Defense Service Medal with bronze service star
Bronze star
Bronze star
Korean Service Medal with two campaign stars
Silver star
Bronze star
Vietnam Service Medal with six campaign stars
Silver oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Bronze oak leaf cluster
Air Force Longevity Service Award with silver and three bronze oak leaf clusters
Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon
Croix de Guerre with bronze Palm (France)
Uk dfc rib.pngBritish Distinguished Flying Cross
Silver star
Order of National Security Merit Cheon-Su with Silver Star (Korea)
VPD National Order of Vietnam - Commander BAR.pngRepublic of Vietnam National Order of Vietnam, Commander
Vietnam Air Force Distinguished Service Order, First Class ribbon.pngRepublic of Vietnam Distinguished Service Order, First Class (Air Force)
BRA Ordem do Mérito Aeronáutico Cavaleiro.pngOrder of Aeronautical Merit (Brazil)[38]
Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation
United Nations Korea Medal
Vietnam Campaign Medal Ribbon.pngVietnam Campaign Medal