A few thoughts.
1.) I support using pseudonyms. In the current political climate, it is entirely reasonable that WNs would want to protect their identities. Using a pseudonym allows those who sympathize with our movement to speak out without incurring the costs of retaliation, namely, workplace harassment. Simply put, it is the smart thing to do.
2.) It is worth noting that those who demand WNs use their real identities are often unemployed bachelors without children. They have nothing to lose. I would rather have lots of people using pseudonyms and making financial contributions to the movement than a handful of unemployed people shouting “coward” over the internet.
3.) There is an element of fantasism to pseudonyms. I’ve come to believe that I am taken more seriously as “Hunter Wallace” than as “Prozium.” This suggests to me that the ideal pseudonym should be a name.
4.) In this movement, the use of pseudonyms is unavoidable. The vast majority of WNs have too much to lose. They aren’t going to be cavalier with their real identities. Arguing the point isn’t going to change that.
5.) The product is what matters, not the label. Does it really matter that William Pierce used a pseudonym to write The Turner Diaries, or “Wilmot Robertson” to write The Dispossessed Majority? Ultimately, it really doesn’t matter under what name memes travel under.