Renaissance Party Update: My resignation 4

To those who have inquired about my present relationship with the Renaissance Party of North America:

Yesterday, I officially resigned all of my positions and offices within the party. I did this for several reasons. One was my dissatisfaction with the general direction of the party. Another was an emerging conflict of interest between my involvement with RPN and my pre-existing and ongoing involvements with other groups and tendencies. Yet another was my disagreement with criticisms made by one of the party’s leading figures against one of my close comrades and strongest allies. This is all I care to say about the issue publicly.

4 comments

  1. Ronin is essentially just a white nationalist with an eco-bent, and the RNP agenda was never impressed me much, their pseudo-philosophical psychobabble notwithstanding. It seemed to me that you were mainly involved with it for its secessionist and decentralist inclinations.

    The problem here is that it represents a major rift in the alt-anarchist movement just months into its conception, which is a stumbling block to future success that comes way too early.

  2. “The problem here is that it represents a major rift in the alt-anarchist movement just months into its conception, which is a stumbling block to future success that comes way too early.”

    I’m not sure I agree. RPN was never intended to be an anarchist group, alternative or otherwise, and to my knowledge all of the N-A-oriented people who were holding primary positions in the party have left. You’re right that I joined it for its secessionist and decentralist aspects, but I have since decided I can advance those ideas more effectively elsewhere. I don’t have any ill-will towards RPN. It was just a case of a conflict of interest, personal loyalties, and a preference on my part to move in another direction.

  3. I’m always amused by the fact that I’m attacked by leftoids as a “racist” and by Nazis as “not racist enough.” I must be doing something right.

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