Article I: Name

This organization shall be officially known as the American National Socialist Party (A.N.S.P.).

Article II: Structure

Section I: Hierarchical Structure

  • Chairman – The leader of the American National Socialist Party (A.N.S.P.) who is tasked with the following responsibilities:
  1. The general direction of the organization.
  2. Managing the structure of the organization.
  3. Authorizing official documents and action to be committed by the whole of the organization.
  4. Appointing officers within the organization.
  • Deputy-Chairman – A central functionary who assists the Party Chairman:
  1. As an adviser.
  2. By assuming the duties of the Chairman when deemed necessary by the Chairman.
  3. With various other tasks delegated to him.
  • Directorate – The central body of individuals in the A.N.S.P. who manage the primary organs of the Party. These positions fall into the following categories:
  1. Party Departments – Encompassing specific areas of administrative and political work, Party Offices are intended to be effective forms of organization to produce beneficial effects in the maintenance and growth of the Party.
  2. Party Organizations – Associations of Party Membership which provide a community surrounding area of a specific nature (Ex. Students, protection, etc.).
  3. Appointed Individuals – Individuals who are of great benefit to the Party but do not work as the leadership of a Party Office, Party Organization, or Regional Office.
  4. Regional Offices – A geographic category of Party organization, the following list covers nine regions that are recognized by the Party: North Atlantic, South Atlantic, Great Lakes, Northeast Midlands, Southeast Midlands, Northwest Midlands, Soutwest Midlands, North Pacific, and South Pacific. Each region shall be led by a regional office which ensures Party expectations throughout the entire country. Regional Offices also must represent their area, working for their specific interests.
  • State Offices – A geographical category of Party organization which is assumed from the fifty States currently within the United States of America (U.S.A.). Each State Office is to be led by a State Organizer with support staff to be developed as state administration becomes more established.
  • Unit Offices – A geographical category of Party organization which operates within counties. Each Unit Office is to be led by a Unit Organizer with support staff being developed as units become established.
  • General Membership – The standard core of the Party, general membership may be involved in organized events, fund-raising, etc. Those in the general membership have the opportunity to participate in various programs which are to be developed over time.

Section II: Geographical Structure

  • North Atlantic (N.A.):
  1. Maine
  2. New Hampshire
  3. New York
  4. Vermont
  5. Massachusetts
  6. Pennsylvania
  7. Maryland
  8. Rhode Island
  9. Connecticut
  10. New Jersey
  11. Delaware
  • South Atlantic (S.A.):
  1. Kentucky
  2. Virginia
  3. West Virginia
  4. North Carolina
  5. South Carolina
  6. Georgia
  7. Florida
  8. Tennessee
  9. Alabama
  10. Mississippi
  • Great Lakes (G.L.):
  1. Wisconsin
  2. Illinois
  3. Indiana
  4. Ohio
  5. Michigan
  • Northeast Midlands (N.E.M.):
  1. North Dakota
  2. South Dakota
  3. Nebraska
  4. Kansas
  5. Minnesota
  6. Iowa
  7. Missouri
  • Southeast Midlands (S.E.M.):
  1. Oklahoma
  2. Arkansas
  3. Texas
  4. Louisiana
  • Northwest Midlands (N.W.M.):
  1. Idaho
  2. Montana
  3. Wyoming
  • Southwest Midlands (S.W.M.):
  1. Utah
  2. Arizona
  3. Colorado
  4. New Mexico
  • North Pacific (N.P.):
  1. Washington
  2. Oregon
  3. Alaska
  • South Pacific (S.P.):
  1. California
  2. Nevada
  3. Hawaii

Article III: General Membership

In order for an individual to become a member of the American National Socialist Party (A.N.S.P.), he must first read over a document provided after initial contact which explains the basic core principles and ideas of American National Socialism. If the applicant is accepted into the organization, there will then be a list of basic expectations to be a member in good standing:

  1. Membership dues will be enforced, and a timeline will be managed.
  2. Members will be required to be active in any program offered. If a member expects to need extended time-away, an avenue will be provided to report this as to ensure proper support is provided.

Article IV: Officer’s

In order to become an officer of the A.N.S.P., a member will need to request a post directly from the Party Chairman through contacting the official party contact information. The request will be considered, and a response will be provided within one business week. If this request is accepted to move forward, an interview will be scheduled, and necessary information and responses will be gathered. Shortly after this time, the applicant will receive a response as to whether their request has been approved or denied, followed by a statement of explanation. If approved, during the process of becoming an officer of the American National Socialist Party, the individual will be required to proclaim the Rite of Troth: “I swear loyalty to my leader, [Commander’s Name]. I swear to him and to the leaders he will provide me, to serve always in respect and obedience.” No individual may be exempt from this requirement. Once a member has been promoted to an officer post, they will be required to provide a status report directly to their superior at least once every two weeks.

Article V: Disciplinary Procedures and Appeals

If a member breaks conduct and member expectations which are to be provided, their behavior will be considered. If negative behavior is repetitive or severe then they may be restricted from holding an officer post, they may lose an officer post, they may be placed on a period of probation, they may be expelled from the Party, etc. If an individual suffers consequences due to their alleged actions or behavior then they may appeal directly to the Party Chairman through contacting the official party contact information. It may take up to one to two business weeks to consider the appeal. A hearing may be scheduled to hear the situation and appeal, whereupon a decision will be made by the Party Chairman as to the future status of the member in question.

Article VI: Amendments

The Chairman of the American National Socialist Party (A.N.S.P.) is responsible for putting forward alterations to the statutes of the A.N.S.P. which must be adopted by a vote of the Directorate with a majority of 75% or more. Changes being proposed must be clearly and fully outlined and distributed to all members of the Directorate at least forty-eight (48) hours before the vote occurs.