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NSM staff Fwd: inquiry
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From: robert taubr <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Apr 9, 2008 11:33 AM
I am doing a presentation for a poli-sci class. We have been given the option to choose a party, of sorts, to speak about and I have chosen to enlighten the class about the National Socialist Party/Movement.
Is there any particular information you would wish for me to convey, aside from the basics which I am sure I could find at Wikipedia or somewhere easily.
I am also sure that many people see you as no different from the original, ww2, version and thus have alot of misgivings and stereotypical feelings.
What message would you have me convey, what statistics and proofs would you wish me to discuss, in order that I may bring other classmates into a more open minded camp, and thus show the positives of the party?
Thank you for your time
aside from the obvious, nothing is as it seems
Commander Jeff Schoep
"If you are not part of the solution, you are part of the problem."
National Socialist Movement www.nsm88.org
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