What Ever Happened to The New Orleans Protocol?

Twelve years of failure.
What happened to The New Orleans Protocol? (red font emphasis added):
The New Orleans Protocol
On Saturday, May 29, 2004, leaders of groups from three countries struck a historical agreement about future conduct in the post-September 11 era. The protocol was the initiative of former Louisiana State representative David Duke.
The protocol pledges adherents to a pan-European outlook, recognizing national and ethnic allegiance, but stressing the value of all European peoples. The three provisions of the protocols are:
1. Zero tolerance for violence.
2. Honourable and ethical behaviour in relations with other signatory groups. This includes not denouncing others who have signed this protocol. In other words, no enemies on the right.
3. Maintaining a high tone in our arguments and public presentations.
The founding endorsers of the New Orleans Protocol are EURO and the David Duke Report (David Duke), Stormfront (Don Black), Sam G. Dickson, John Tyndall (a founder of the BNP, but not speaking on behalf of the BNP), the American Free Press (Willis Carto), the Truth at Last (Dr. Ed Fields), the National Alliance (Kevin Alfred Strom and David Pringle), and the Canadian Association for Free Expression [Canada] (Paul Fromm)
Other groups and individuals are cordially invited to sign on and endorse the New Orleans Protocol.
Pan-European outlook? Stressing the value of all European peoples? [spasms of laughter] Twelve years later, and we are still waiting for any indication that any of that is even remotely being taken seriously. Twelve years since the 2004 Euro-American conference and the only progress made has been through the accident of Trump’s candidacy. Any connection between that and Der Movement’s absolute refusal to even consider following the basic tenets of the Protocol? Likely so, but even the folks who signed the protocol won’t realize it.