NSM Announces Headquarters Relocation and New Interim Director of Security Services
The National Socialist Movement (NSM) Headquarters is now located in Detroit, Michigan. All media contacts: Please update to the new address. The NSM also announces an Interim Director of Security Services and other position appointments.
Detroit, MI (PRWEB) December 29, 2007 -- America's National Socialist Party, the National Socialist Movement (NSM) today announced that they have relocated their main offices to Detroit, Michigan and stated that all correspondence should be sent to a new address:
PO Box 13768
Detroit, MI 48213-0768
Also announced as the Party's new Interim Director of Security Services is SS Sgt. Connelly. "Connelly has been a valuable asset to the Party for many years and has shown excellent ability in his role as a Security Services probate earlier this year and has shown excellent time management skills as he juggles a full time job while handling not only his position as New York chapter director but keeping tabs on the entire Northeast as NSM Northeast Group Director," stated a liaison from NSM Headquarters. "We will see how Connelly does at his new position and consider him for a permanent appointment likely during our annual Party Congress at which we announce yearly promotions as well as other Party business," stated NSM Commander Jeff Schoep. Cmdr Jeff Schoep further stated, "The Party will consider a possible replacement for the Northeast Director position pending a permanent appointment of Connelly as NSM Security Services Director."
The National Socialist Movement is aggressively strengthening the organization with mandatory leadership requirements including mandatory training seminars and other measures designed to increase the level of efficiency across the board.
Earlier this month the NSM announced the promotion of Master Sergeant Kristopher Johnson to the position of North Central Regional Group Director in addition to his position as NSM Minister of Radio and the NSM Wisconsin State Chapter Director. "Kris has shown to be an excellent leader and has been a great grassroots activist for the NSM," stated NSM Commander Jeff Schoep.
Charles Wilson has been appointed the new Director of the NSM Storm Department (SD) also known at as the "Stormtroops". The NSM SD is molded in part after the National Socialist German Workers Party "Sturmabteilung" or SA which translates to "Storm Department". Much like the Party's predecessor, the NSM Storm Department is tasked with keeping peace at public meetings and protecting the Party members at various functions. "Charles has been an asset since he joined the Party and has shown exceptional leadership skills … his appointment will place a very charismatic individual to a position that needs exceptional people skills which is something Charles excels at" stated NSM Commander Jeff Schoep.
The NSM is busy at work on many projects and will be making many more positive announcements going forward and would like to remind you that you may keep up to data on the latest happenings at the Party by visiting their official web site,
nsm88.org. For a more interactive experience the Party invites you to visit the only official Party forum at nsm88forum.com. The NSM also has an official podcast site, NSM Radio which can be accessed at,
In addition to the sites mentioned the NSM recommends that people visit our friends at NSM88 Records for all your National Socialist music, books, clothing, militaria collectibles and much more located at
nsm88records.com. NSM88 Records sponsors a Social Networking site which caters to a pro-majority rights crowd located at newsaxon.org.
About the NSM:
The NSM organization is the largest and most active National Socialist movement in America. The NSM's core beliefs include: defending the rights of white people everywhere, preservation of our European culture and heritage, strengthening family values, reform of illegal immigration policies, and immediate withdrawal of our national military from an illegal Middle Eastern occupation and promotion of white separation.