The turmoil within the NA is a telling example of the problems the organized hate movement now faces.Struggles for control of the organization at the group's headquarters in West Virginia and discontent with the leadership of new Chairman Erich Gliebe have resulted in the replacement of most of the group's board of directors and staff.In an e-mail sent to NA members in protest over the "Girls of Resistance" calendar (posted on the Vanguard News Network Web site), Reid wrote: "Who among us just a few short years ago could have imagined coming to a Leadership Conference of the National Alliance and rubbing shoulders with white trash nude table dancers and their handlers!" Reid added that the calendar was: "without a doubt the most ill-conceived, incredibly stupid, low-brow idea to ever originate from the National Office." In recent weeks, another squabble has erupted over the fact that Resistance Records owns another record label called Unholy Records, which sells satanic black metal music.From anchoring award functions to speaking at Stanford University, the sheer unwavering confidence has taken SRK to places.So, what would you expect from the progeny of Mr Khan?On the work front, Kartik is presently shooting for ‘Guest in London’ while Fatima prepares up for ‘Thugs of Hindostan’. Despite the fact that most would recollect Fatima as a kid artiste in the Kamal Hassan-starrer ‘Chachi 420’ (1997), she has done bit parts in a few forgettable movies as boss ‘Bittoo’s (2012).The Aryan Guard did not gain any media attention until 2007 when members began a flyering campaign targeting immigrants.
On October 14, 2007, approximately 15 Aryan Guard members protested at Calgary City Hall.Nearby at Abu Ghurab are two temples dedicated to the sun god Re, while on the way down from Giza, you pass two fragmentary pyramids at Zawiyat al Aryan dating from the III and IV dynasties.All of these are currently closed to the public, but you may be able to make private arrangements with the guards.The National Alliance (NA), a neo-Nazi organization that was once labeled "the most dangerous organized hate group" by the Anti-Defamation League, appears to be on the verge of imploding.Recent posts on the white supremacist Vanguard News Network's electronic message board indicate that NA membership coordinator David Pringle left the organization last week — making him the latest in a steady stream of senior cadre members who have either been fired or have resigned since the death of NA founder William Pierce in July 2002.