Contra Wikipedia: Setting the Record Straight On the Murder of Andrej Lisanik and the End of the National Renaissance Party
by James Harting
WIKIPEDIA IS A valuable research tool if you want to know certain factual information, such as the size of New York state (54,556 sq. mi). But if you are looking for accurate historical information on American National Socialism or White nationalism, anything found on Wikipedia should be treated as highly suspect, unless confirmed by other reliable sources.
This is what Wikipedia says about Andrej Lisanik, who was the commander of the paramilitary branch of the National Renaissance Party (called the Security Echelon) and about the end of the NRP:
Madole died of cancer in 1979. His mother Grace recruited Andrej Lisanik, a former Czech military officer in the World War II Czech army, to lead the party. Lisanik was killed by a mugger in 1980 and, as the bulk of the NRP membership details and party records were in his car when he was attacked, they were lost.
Wikipedia likes the false information about Lisanik and the end of the NRP so much that it repeats it on three different pages. Efforts to correct the wrong info have come to naught.
- National Renaissance Party (United States – Wikipedia)
- James H. Madole – Wikipedia
- Andrej Lisanik – Wikipedia
Now here is a report on Lisanik’s death from the National Renaissance Bulletin. You will see that Lisanik died in October 1977, 19 months prior to James Madole’s death in May of 1979. Hence, Wikipedia’s claim that Lisanik took over the reins of the NRP after Madole’s death is a self-evident falsehood, as is the claim that he was a “military officer in World War II.”
Andrej Lisanik, Commander of the NRP’S Security Echelon, Murdered in New Jersey!
The NRP deeply regrets to announce the tragic death of its Commander for the uniformed Security Echelon (SE), Andrej Lisanik, a fighting warrior with military experience, a man who fought for and won his American citizenship despite every obstacle thrown in his way as a result of his open activities in the NRP while still and alien, a man who always led his grey-uniformed troopers, despite seemingly impossible odds, to victory on the sidewalks of New York City; in Alexandria, Virginia; in Washington, DC; in Wilmington, Delaware; in two violent street rallies in Journal Square in New Jersey; and at outdoor and indoor Klan rallies in Maryland, Pennsylvania, and upstate New York!
He was the complete antithesis of the current American prototype of the “anti-hero” who stands cringing in the sidelines while others are beaten, mugged or raped.
Born in Slovakia, Andrej Lisanik became an officer in the Red army of Czechoslovakia but deserted and fled from his native land to Austria because of his intense apathy to the Communist way of life. From Austria he migrated to the USA and eventually joined the NRP after becoming involved by means of a Yorkville street rally which he attended.
For several years he worked his way slowly through the ranks of the SE, until, by virtue of his attendance record and performance during various demonstrations, he became Commander of the NRP’s uniformed force. He was a stern disciplinarian, a vital attribute still prevalent in Central and Eastern Europe but woefully lacking among Aryans in the USA, which caused some men to dislike him though all respected him!
Mr. Lisanik was murdered in Passaic, New Jersey, during early October, 1977, when he was mugged by a White derelict who beat him over the head and left him for dead. We have no idea how long Mr. Lisanik was left lying in the street but he died from a blot clot on the brain while en route to the hospital. The drunkard who killed him was later apprehended by the Passaic Police Dept. and subsequently signed a confession of guilt. During the autopsy to determine the cause of death it was discovered that Andrej Lisanik had a tumor on the brain which, as a result of the beating administered to his skull, probably contributed to his death.
Thus, a brave Aryan warrior died, a victim of the horrible criminal conditions which he had fought against and which are so prevalent today in our depraved American society!
Written by James H. Madole, and published as the lead story in the National Renaissance Bulletin, Volume 28, Nos. 9 through 12 (Sept. through Dec., 1977).
Regarding his military career, Lisanik told me personally that he had been a lieutenant in the paratroops of the Czechoslovakian army in the 1960s. He was definitely not an officer in any army during World War II, as he was born either during or right after the end of the war.
The strange sentence in the Wikipedia article concerning the fate of the NRP’s records following James Madole’s death actually should refer to Jean Charlebois. He was a French-Canadian and staunch Madole loyalist. Grace Madole turned the NRP’s records over to him following a memorial service held for her son in New York City. On his way home to Bay Shore, NY, following the service, his vehicle struck a concrete abutment on the highway. Charlebois was killed instantly, and the NRP’s records blew away in the wind, thus ending the Party’s existence.
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Source: Do Right and Fear No One