Some of you may ask why we do outreach. This article will point out some (but definitely not all) of the reasons.
First off, we do outreach to create awareness for our cause. One of the problems we face now is that many people don’t realize there is an alternative to the Democrats and the Republicans. As a result those to parties just trade off in an elaborate power sharing arrangement, and the American people, the hapless pawns in this Corrupt Bargain, just continue to get the shaft. Through our activism we make the victims of the Corrupt Bargain aware that we stand as a defiant alternative. The American Nazi Party is a political party and does run candidates in elections. Your activism is meant to help these candidates win and eventually gain power for the cause.
Second, you are educating the public as to what National Socialism is. The public has a misguided belief that National Socialism has only one item on it’s platform: RACE. It is vital that people be made to understand that National Socialists are not just a bunch of mindless hate mongers, when in truth aren’t hate mongers at all and fight for many things such as education, health care, an honest economy, and the environment. One example of this was the surprise people had when the ANP registered it’s own lobbyist and the resulting discovery that National Socialists care about agriculture.
Third, you are helping to clean the bad image National Socialism unfortunately has. By intelligently distributing material you are showing that the skinhead culture image often portrayed in the media is not correct.
Fourth, it promotes loyalty among party adherents. Those of us who are active seem to be the most loyal party members. Comrades who spend much of their time distributing literature are more likely to continue to do so, as well is contribute new material, financially support the ANP, and to find more ways to contribute.
Finally, we perform political outreach because SOMEBODY HAS TO! The following story from the Sense and Sensibility blog explains this far better then my rambling ever could:
This is a little story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, and Nobody.
There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it.
Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it.
Somebody got angry about that because it was Everybody’s job.
Everybody thought that Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn’t do it.
It ended up that Everybody blamed Somebody when Nobody did what Anybody could have done.
Comrades, do not wait around for a White Knight to come and save our people, become the White Knight. Do your part to save our people.