The American Nazi Party hosted their two-day national conference in the Detroit Metro Area on July 14-15.
The ANP rented a large conference room at a suburban area recreation center equipped with kitchen facilities and an adequate play area for the children of those who attended. The ANP reports that 47 national socialists showed up; SA personnel monitored the parking lot to deter any trouble and no antifa showed up. Thanks to the efforts of numerous comrades, there was a meal of chicken, several salads, watermelon, pastries, and sodas, along with all the trimmings.
Saturday July 14th: Key comrades shared their areas of expertise with the group. In addition to a speech by Rocky Suhayda, Axl Hess discussed ANP media outreach, while Dan Schruender spoke on real-world political organizing. John Taylor Bowles discussed his activities as the official ANP lobbyist, and an assortment of ANP organizers reported on their activities around the country. Later on, awards for service were bestowed, new appointments made, and a raffle was held where various books and NS items were handed out. There was also a vigorous round-table discussion period during which party comrades put forth concerns and suggestions about ANP operations. The day ended with a private executive session by the ANP Leadership Cadre where current programs were assessed and future plans discussed.
Sunday July 15th: Those who were still in town visited Greenfield Village, where "America's History Comes Alive". Venues include the Henry Ford Museum, the Wright Cycle Shop, Edison's Laboratory, and the Lincoln Courthouse. Greenfield Village has a total of seven historic districts; it's a de facto celebration of white history.
Dan Schruender has also posted his report on the ANP conference. He notes that it cost him $116 for a two-night stay in a double room at a local motel. He advises people not to fly with either American Airlines or United Airlines because of excessive delays. Although Schruender is now a "party big-wig", he had no qualms about going outside and helping with security after delivering his regional report on the Southwest.
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