Excerpted from a post at Kn@ppster:
Last weekend, LPF’s executive committee voted, with only one “no” vote from Paul Stanton, to surrender to Augustus Invictus, the leader of an authoritarian nationalist hostile takeover attempt of LPF, agreeing to “mediation” of his manufactured complaints in lieu of seeing if he was serious in his threats of frivolous/malicious litigation.
This hostile takeover attempt is now in its third year. It’s time to bring it to an end, and the first step in doing so is to replace each and every executive committee member who betrayed his or her fiduciary duty to the party and threw its members under the bus with this appeasement of the party’s enemies.
If that doesn’t happen, it will be time to ask the Libertarian National Committee to disaffiliate LPF and create a libertarian political party to replace what is fast becoming a front organization for fascist opportunists.
Disaffiliation would, of course, be a direct route to fixing the bylaws/Constitution situation. But it’s far from the best route.