Sunday, January 11, 2009
National Socialist Movement Distributes Pro-White Literature In Moyock, North Carolina; NSM Springfield Unit To Film For "The Secret Lives Of Women"
On January 11th, 2009, the Hampton Roads Virginian-Pilot reports that the National Socialist Movement (NSM) completed a literature drop in Moyock, North Carolina on Saturday January 10th.
Two residents reported receiving the flyers, which were posted in newspaper boxes in front of their homes, according to Sheriff Susan Johnson. The repsective locations were on Camellia Drive off South Mills Road, and near Puddin Ridge Road. The flyer stated that the country was missing a legitimate president. It also contained a post office box address from Detroit and a telephone number.
Sheriff Johnson was not sure how widespread the distribution of the flyers was but said that whoever placed them in the newspaper boxes did not violate any laws. "It's not criminal," she said. "Anything that puts out any kind of information about hate or biased opinions, of course, concerns me. They were certainly allowed to express their opinions."
The NSM has yet to publicly acknowledge the activism. Most likely the North Carolina Unit was responsible.
You can see by the graphic at the beginning of the post that the NSM Springfield MO Unit has also been quite active. Not only do they participate in the local Adopt-A-Highway program, but the unit posted an announcement on Stormfront that the NSM Women's Division will be filming "The Secret Lives of Women" for WE (Women's Entertainment) Television in Springfield, MO on January 17th. All White Nationalists, especially NSM members, are encouraged to attend. NSM Springfield will be hosting a meeting at 6:30 pm and they will distribute literature immediately following the meeting. All of this will be filmed. They ask that anyone attending should wear black BDUs, NSM t-shirt (or equivalent racialist shirt), and black boots. Contact information posted on the Stormfront thread.
While this initiative offers a valuable publicity opportunity for the Cause, they should be advised that WEtv seems to be more interested in entertainment rather than information. They must be alert to the possibility that the NSM could be unfavorably misrepresented in order to goose WEtv's ratings. Nonetheless, as long as they understand the potential, it's still worth the risk.