Once Aryan Skynet Goes Live It Doesn't Matter Who Pulled The Switch
The “NRx” blog SocialMatter.net has an excellent article, “Right-Wing Activism Always Fails,” by Mark Yuray.
[O]n January 9, the Cologne police had 1,700 police officers in riot gear and reinforced by water cannons break up a rally of around 1,700 [pro-European/pro-White] people, but a week or so earlier they couldn’t muster more than 80 police officers to patrol the main square during the busiest night of the year as a thousand Arabs went nuts on the locals. Are these even the same police forces? Apparently, rather than fearing thefts and rapes, the police feared that “emotions would boil over,” and going by the numbers of arrests, they indeed prepared terribly for the former, but magnificently for the latter.
[Activism] is not the way to gain power and influence, it is a victory dance for those who already have it. Doing the victory dance when you have power only reinforces your power. Doing the victory dance when you don’t results in an unceremonious crushing by the state, followed by subsequent official wiping of anybody’s memory of you – unless you came close to succeeding, in which case you are officially rewritten in history as a villain and trotted out as a dirty, evil bogeyman to anyone who suggests anything vaguely resembling your ideas or opinions.
As long as I can remember, the media has been claiming that there are Nazis, fascists, and religious right-wing theocrats hiding in every closet and under every bed, just waiting for somebody to express an opinion that was in vogue 30 years ago but horribly unfashionable now, at which point all these Nazis, fascists and religious right-wing theocrats would jump out and reveal themselves, impose a totalitarian government, and kill just about everybody. This would be horribly offensive to women and minorities, and therefore unacceptable. I would not recommend potential right-wing activists take the media’s word for it, however.
The media’s business model depends on printing comfortable and popular lies, and it is therefore full of society’s best liars. The media does not stop lying when it claims there are brownshirts under your bed just waiting to suddenly return and attempt a Fourth Reich. In reality, there are no powerful right-wing institutions, few if any powerful people who are openly right-wing, and no powerful right-wing political parties on the cusp of seizing power. But if the ordinary person realized and internalized that fact, there would be no need for the radically left-wing parties masquerading as level-headed moderates that rule Western countries nowadays.
Mob violence is a leftist’s strategy. The key elements of mob violence are destruction, inclusion and non-discrimination. The Right has been losing because it’s been imitating the mob violence strategy of a leftist, but doesn’t have the moral and personal depravity necessary to out-do the Left at its own game. It’s time the Right started using a right-wing strategy based instead on creation, exclusion and discrimination – conspiracy.
Perhaps even more interesting than the article itself are the responses to it. Some internet handles attacking the article are quite familiar. Some sentiments about “taking it to the streets” or the importance of Donald Trump are familiar. Some internet handles trying to defend the article, while clearly spinning in an attempt at (((redirection))) should be obvious.
If anything, the article and the responses are a perfect example of the Espionage Model and its enemies, both overt and covert.
Some choice quotes:
#Gamergate, AmRen & NPI conferences, and the Trump campaign are some recent examples of successful right-wing activism.
As for the Prophet Moldbug he’s seldom very practical but when he is he’s telling Whites to lay down and die.
Of course he is – it’s in his interest.
Why mingle with these lazy, pretentious, Jew-luvin’ pricks?
In Russia, you have big right wing organizations like the LDPR (ironic name) who are hyper-nationalist and racialist, and who furnish massive demonstrations in Moscow every year, much bigger than the pitiful “pro-democracy protests” the West like to inflate. For all their activities, they have achieved little more than whining about how the Kremlin arrests them for rowdiness.
Meanwhile, the more intellectual and extreme rightists, those of a more “white emigre” philosophical bent, used the Yeltsin era to establish themselves in the halls of power as political strategists, advisors, propogandists, and financiers. Their relations with the opportunistic kleptocrats in the Kremlin are close, close enough to have unwatched wine glasses touching, with narry a shot fired.
I find it interesting that the Usual Suspect finally does accuse a commenter of being a “Fed” – seemingly for bringing up a very obvious point.
Have your sons join the NSA, not infantry.