NSDAP/AO Gerhard Lauck:
Action Speaks Louder than Words!
March 23, 2014
I address this primarily to National Socialists. (But I am also happy to collaborate with non-NS WN people, too. Worldwide.)
The NS/WN movement is much STRONGER in EUROPE today than it was when the NSDAP/AO was founded in 1972. The NSDAP/AO has played a significant role in this growth, especially in Germany. [See the chapters “NSDAP/AO Chronology” and “Media Excerpts” at www.nazi-lauck-nsdapao.com/the-fight-goes-on.htm .]
Unfortunately, the NS/WN movement in America is WEAKER today than it was back then. (This is not the time or the place to go into the reasons for this.)
The real question is this: What are YOU going to DO about it?
Wait for a miracle or a new leader or a big lottery win? …Whine? Cast blame? Seek excuses? Theorize?
My position is simple:
ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS!
Here is a positive example:
In early March, a few volunteers from SF turned to the NSDAP/AO and said: “We’re impressed by your track record. We want to help. Put us to work!”
We did just that. On March 8, 2014 we expanded the “NSDAP/AO Video Team”. The result?
During the next month, this team created and uploaded 125 (!) new NS videos in FOURTEEN languages!
Note: This does NOT include the over ONE HUNDRED old NSDAP/AO slideshows converted to video and uploaded by the OLD team members.
These volunteer DOERS live in different countries, speak different languages, often have very limited computer skills and operate with a miniscule “budget”. Nonetheless, thanks to the NSDAP/AO network and decades of practical experience, they are able to DO something CONSTRUCTIVE. Much more than they could accomplish alone.
This is ACTION. This is a DEED. This is a CONCRETE RESULT…From ONE team with a HANDFUL of members. [Keep track of our progress at www.nazi-lauck-nsdapao.com/progress-report.htm .]
Yes, ACTION SPEAKS LOUDER THAN WORDS!
There are MANY different ways YOU can DO something for the cause!
Check out some of these options at www.nazi-lauck-nsdapao.com/how-become-active.htm
Gerhard Lauck (NSDAP/AO)