An answer of sorts was provided by someone who appears to have links to the Aryan Guard, the rival of W.E.B.:
"Murder.Squad" then goes on to expand on his earlier response:
Now, it's not a surprise that a person with ties to the Aryan Guard would be dismissive of anything W.E.B. tries to pull off. Also not surprising is that John Marleau is echoing these sentiments on the Blood & Honour forums:
Uhm, neither Jason nor Bonnie have anything to do with this blog, Johnny. If they did, don't you think they'd admit as such? It's not as if they're delicate flowers who are too shy to be public. But we know how frustrating it is that you've no idea who is behind the blog. It's okay. We understand.
And you're making fun of anyone's appearance or weight John? You know what they say about people who live in glass houses, Johnny......
In reality, Marleau is full of it. Word is that he won't confront anyone unless he has at least a couple of other people with him, and even then he's the last to enter the fray. But that's hardly the point here. Marleau tries to take the high road and say that they need to stop infighting. How long does he take the high road? Not very long.
Doesn't seem confident that W.E.B. will be very successful. Also seems a bit bitter that not many people took the Aryan Guard up on their offer. And you're telling us that Paulie didn't pay his own way? We guess we know why he was willing to support the Aryan Guard while he was being paid.
Curious to see how that goes down.
Awwwww! Does Johnny have a broken heart?
Well, speculation time seems to be over. Reitmeier posted the following on his Facebook page today:
Pretty short notice and quite abrupt. Seems all is not well in W.E.B. land:
Sounds pretty bleak. Perhaps this has something to do with Robby's emo attitude:
UPDATE: Regardless of whether the boneheads plan on marching or not, anti-racists are still planning on meeting and commemorating March 21 in the way that it was originally intended:
The International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination is observed annually on 21 March. On that day, in 1960, police opened fire and killed 69 people at a peaceful demonstration in Sharpeville, South Africa, against the apartheid "pass laws". Proclaiming the Day in 1966, the General Assembly called on the international community to redouble its efforts to eliminate all forms of racial discrimination (resolution 2142 (XXI)).
Links to UN and UN System sites:
International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination (Cyberschoolbus)
World Conference Against Racism, Racial Discrimination, Xenophobia and Related Intolerance (2001 : Durban, South Africa)
The additional resources links on this page are provided for information purposes only and do not necessarily represent an endorsement by the United Nations.
European Commission against Racism and Intolerance (Council of Europe)
Racism and Human Rights (Human Rights Watch)