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Those Who Can Be Radicalized

By January 24, 2018Blog

 

In this movement there seems to be a focus, sometimes overly so, on optics, or how we appear to an audience. There are great and divisive debates over this subject and how we should appear and behave during activism. The genesis of this focus is the presupposition that one can “red pill a normie” or wake someone up to the truth, and therefor win them over to our side.

This is a complete waste of time and effort at this point in the game.

Normies are herd creatures, as much as I hate to admit it. The normie is materialistic and non-confrontational. The normie doesn’t want to wake up, grow up, or go to war. The normie wants bread and circuses. Normies don’t care about what we are doing one bit and generally take a radically big-brained stance against both sides of the nationalist argument, “I think both sides are crazy.”

Normies serve the hand that feeds them. That means the side that offers jobs, wealth, food and security. Our side has very little of this to offer at this time. What our side offers is a way to express one’s sense of duty and honor, both of which are foreign concepts to the normie, who is closer to a bugman than a revolutionary.

Furthermore, if those red-pilled are serious with themselves they will notice and admit they have red-pilled and thus, converted, very few normies to a more realistic or even nationalistic way of thinking. Even less of the proselytized have become active in the nationalist community.

However, content creation is not in vain. There is a group receptive to our message. This group is what I call, “those who can be radicalized.” These 9% of the population who already feel the feels we do, but can’t articulate it.

This should be the target demographic that content creators seek to reach. These folks who can be radicalized are generally searching for people who think like them anyways, and are generally more willing to actually become a part of this movement than a normie ever will.

Radicalizing those who can be radicalized further builds the vanguard that reaches out to more who can be radicalized as the vanguard grows. Bigger street presence in more places around the South further legitimizes our movement and what the content creators are talking about. It normalizes our worldview. People with traditional Southern values need to see that they are not alone. People also need to see that there are strong well-organized and established groups if they are to step out and join this vanguard. The vanguard attracts those who can be radicalized.

The more the content creators focus on this demographic, and the more the vanguard grows, the further the pacifists and content creators are protected. The focus of the enemy is always on the vanguard, so a strong and active vanguard means less of a focus on the pacifists who are mostly invisible anyways. Content creators, most of which are pacifists who do not engage in public activism, will have less of a spotlight upon them and therefor more space to do their work. This space created out of the limelight capacitates the further building of infrastructure by pacifists, which is the way to victory.

There are roles for both activists in the vanguard and pacifists, whether they be content creators or businessmen. The vanguard needs a supportive foundation to function. They need jobs, safe houses and funding, more so now than ever as we have seen when someone gets doxxed and 9 times out of 10 it is a regular White NORMIE who fires them, and puts their family in jeopardy.

Merely attending Moderate Right-Wing Extremist gatherings, such as the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville last year, can get an activist blacklisted from society

Under the shadow of the vanguard, pacifists are free to secure land and housing, create businesses, secure assets vital to our cause etc. This is how the invisible empire is built. This infrastructure is the foundation of our future. The building is done by groups of people who networked through involvement in both the vanguard and the pacifist wings. The vanguard funnels more folks in so more networking can be done. Networking is really the most important thing in this movement. Groups come and go, but the bonds of brotherhood last. It’s the brotherhood that you can turn to in this time when everything else has turned it’s back on you and God’s natural order.

If the content creation does not get people out and fighting for our folk, either through activism or infrastructure building, it is GOOD FOR NOTHING. This is why we should focus on those who can be radicalized and stop wasting our time on normies.

Hail Dixie, Hail Victory!

-JC Hagen

  • frogsupreemist

    Tip of the spear.

  • TrollBashlord

    “Troll Bashlord looked very disgusting–nipples protruding–in his blue shirt before the Jefferson statue. Very very disrespectful” – Donald J. Trump

    Too much beer over summer