"I am compelled at this time to add my voice to those few who have demanded that such things as "Phase One" type activities must STOP
. Simply such nonsense as trying to "make headlines," "confront the enemy," or "rally the White masses" won't work, never has worked, and almost always results in merely revealing our weaknesses and making us look like idiots. The very strategy itself calls for numbers which we do not have at this time. My view is that just because the Jews and Liberals have succeeded in making goyim out of the vast majority of Whites, we need not sacrifice ourselves in the vain attempt at proving them wrong. We have GOT to trashcan 1933 strategy and tactics. They won't work.
For a decent street demonstration you must have any where from fifty to one hundred uniformed and disciplined troopers. We have managed fifty on several occasions and one hundred on only one occasion. For the rest it is pitiful and ineffectual. Futile, counter-productive, and I might add costly and dangerous. As much as I hate to see a good comrade wounded in such useless actions, I hate worse to see the sacrifice of millions of lives in World War Two that went into building the terrific reputation that we have enjoyed, and are now wasting, as these "Laurel and Hardy" stunts gradually destroy our image.
We don't have to set ourselves up for big let-downs; the Enemy does that for us. I will admit right here that it does require GUTS
to stage these demonstrations. The tragedy that we can no longer tolerate is that those guts are wasted in this manner. Doing it the way it's been done in the past gives the Enemy full advantage of his power and places us at the mercy of our own weakness. It's GOT TO STOP NOW!
announce your plans in any manner whatsoever. Second, forget about the use of uniforms
unless, and until, you have a standing army of your own numbering fifty as a flat minimum. (From experience, I know that with fifty National Socialists, one can do anything, anywhere, anytime.) Better still, as Tommasi said, FORGET
such activities as might be used in a campaign to gain political power."