Jazzhands McFeels retired from TRS and disappeared.
Michael McKevitt was purged from NJP.
Eric Striker was purged from NJP.
Tony Hovater was purged from the NJP.
Earlier this year, Greg Conte left NJP after accusing Hovater of financial mismanagement.
In somewhat related news, Andrew Anglin disavowed Nick Fuentes over associating with Richard Spencer. There has been a lot of movement drama lately.
I was never a NJP member.
I haven’t paid much attention to NJP or TRS in years.
I spend virtually 100% of my time these days working and raising my two sons. I heard about all the recent infighting on Twitter though. I don’t have time to be involved in this shit anymore.
As I have observed this unraveling from the outside, my impression of NJP/TRS is that it has slowly disappeared. If you are not on Telegram or deeply involved in the Dissident Right, you probably wouldn’t even know the group ever existed. NJP struck me as increasingly isolated, insular and cliquish. It seemed to be going all in on National Socialism which has a very limited niche appeal. The final implosion is pretty much a textbook example of the failure of these sorts of organizations.
I wish that I could say that I am surprised. I have seen dozens of these groups come and go though over the years. I’m sure NJP will be replaced by a new group with a new flag and logo with the same sort of pitch just like groups like Blood Tribe have popped up and replaced the NSM.