National Socialist Movement: "Vandalism Always Sends Wrong Message"
For Immediate Release
Detroit, MI. 04 February. The National Socialist Movement (NSM) responded today to reported vandalism of Chicago's Westlawn cemetery by an alleged NSM member. "We have read the reports in the papers, "said a spokesman, "and we never support vandalism of any kind. The National Socialist Movement works to build a prosperous, peaceful future for white America. And while we certainly understand anger over jewish owned media and monetary control, vandalism of any kind only serves the interests of our enemies."
The NSM and other white political/activist groups are increasingly targets of false vandalism claims instigated by jewish-sympathizers or other individuals simply seeking media attention. "We emphasize to all members of the NSM that we follow all state and federal laws," the NSM spokesman said. "Unfortunately," he continued, "we are often portrayed as dangerous or intimidating in an attempt to keep people away from our message of hope and prosperity."
About the NSM
The NSM, America's Nazi Party, 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, economic self-sufficiency, reform of illegal immigration policies, immediate withdrawal of our national military from an illegal Middle Eastern occupation and promotion of white separation.
Press Contact: Public Relations Liaison
Organization Name: National Socialist Movement
PO Box 13768
Detroit MI 48213