Not long ago, I met with some of my fellow deplorables. For the first time, I got to see one of our vast subterranean bases. I was pretty jazzed about that! (Naturally, gratitude for permission to use these cavern complexes goes to our Vril-ya comrades way down under — mighty white and out of sight!) There was much on the agenda up for discussion, but I’ll just say that I’m very pleased with the reports of how rapidly our colony at Aldebaran is developing. I always knew that adding another Andromeda-class starship to our fleet would be a great investment that would alleviate logistical problems and pay off in the long run!
I was asked to make a brief speaking appearance. That’s not my greatest talent, which became especially evident when my specs fell off of my ugly mug while I was trying to read my prepared statement. I’ll present it here, a little more fleshed out and polished.
Which culture war issues should White Nationalists be engaging in, and which ones should we be avoiding?
Even in times like this, we can take heart in the fact that our ideas have been getting around, despite the best efforts to suppress them by many in high places. Although we’re not the ones carrying the Big Megaphone, it does count for something to have truth, sensibility, and justice on our side. On the other hand, time is not on our side, so presently it’s important to try for the greatest efficiency in reaching the public. Part of that includes fundamentals such as being relatable and tailoring the message to the audience. Another part is selecting the topics themselves.
What is necessary to focus on are subjects that will capture common citizens’ interests. For one matter, there is a place for dry debates and esoteric discussion, but it’s better saved for internal channels rather than external public outreach. What affects people’s day-to-day living and overall livelihood will get a lot more attention. Another thing to remember is that we should avoid subjects that will be unnecessarily divisive or otherwise turn off a significant fraction of the people we’re trying to reach. As long as we’re not diluting our message, we’re already controversial enough, so unnecessarily introducing further wedge issues is a bad idea.
To get into specifics regarding the cultural realm, religion is an example of an unnecessarily divisive topic. We all have our opinions about it, and for some it plays a major part in our lives. Still, we’ll have to accept the fact that there are others with very different ideas, and likely some strong opinions. Given this, explicitly theocratic measures would tend to make for a bad fit in any party platform.
Another topic best avoided is abortion. Note well, I’m not considering this on sectarian grounds, but in terms of basic decency. To Leftists, abortion is the neatest thing since sliced bread. On the other hand, it’s an abomination according to many of the people in the public we’re trying to reach. Curiously, I’ve seen opinions on our side that concur with the Leftist consensus. I know what the utilitarian arguments are about it. To me, such arguments conjure up the image of Winston Churchill grinning as he sucked a cigar and listened with glee to damage reports from the Dresden bombing raids. I don’t know what he said at the time, but it might not have been too far out of character for him to remark that the more children were burned to death down there, the fewer Germans they might have to fight in World War III.
Our stated goal is the peaceful separation of incompatible populations. That’s how we win, which has nothing in common with tactics the likes of which Britain’s greatest arsonist might have endorsed. Rather than supporting abortion, it’s better not to bring it up at all.
Another topic that’s come up on occasion, yet could use more attention, is the spread of the transsexual fad among children. What’s happened is clearly an artificial development, mainly the work of the usual constellation of Leftist institutions. It’s backed by the usual type of “civil rights” rhetoric. Disagreement is met with the typical sort of shrieking. Despite the familiar cultural Marxism script, this time it’s different. They’ve pushed too far, encouraging confused children to make life-altering choices contrary to their physiology. The results have been very damaging, and we’re only seeing the beginning of it. Moreover, the very idea is abhorrent to the ordinary public. It’s even too much cognitive dissonance for some liberals to handle. Simply put, being a man or a woman is a matter of biology, and making a wish won’t change that.
I was one of the early voices sounding the alarm on this catastrophe — in my case, back in January 2017 — and I saw the Dissident Right unite against it. Since then, the problem has continued to get worse, but we’re also seeing new signs of resistance lately. Mainstream conservatism has taken notice, and already there have been some legislative efforts to protect children from getting indoctrinated into this mass hysteria and permanently damaging their bodies. Again, our ideas are getting around. Sooner or later, the transsexual movement will collapse under a shower of lawsuits. The Right will have a very good chance of breaking its decades-long losing streak, as well as doing something good for the public. Until then, anything we can do to hasten this will be for the better.
Demographics is most obviously another significant topic. The first order of business is to challenge the idea that there’s something wrong with us acting in our collective self-interest. Nobody else is expected to observe such limitations; instead, they are encouraged to think and act collectively. This contradiction must be broken. When it is, all things will become possible. There’s no way to justify the usual double standard other than resorting to Leftist tautological hogwash.
Defending our culture is important, too. Whenever some overpaid drip in academia or the mainstream media trashes Western civilization, this needs to be answered, loud and clear. We’ve shrugged this stuff off for much too long. Tenacity matters; much of the reason for our present condition is that others have pushed us collectively, but we haven’t pushed back.
Then there’s the economic side of things. Although it’s not traditionally considered a cultural matter, one can’t deny that the well-being of a society will have deep implications for its way of life. To continue as a society, we need a strong middle class that is prosperous enough to be able to raise children. The subject of economics does come up a lot, but we could be doing more with it, especially in terms of public outreach. How are those glowing promises about free trade and the global economy doing today for the common people? I think we all know the answer to that one.
Finally, we need to address electronic surveillance and the loss of privacy. We’re under a blatantly unconstitutional surveillance state regime, but too many people out there don’t care. There’s an even worse development under discussion, which is the “cashless society” our friends in Davos have been so feverish about lately. It hardly needs saying, but if that turkey flies, it means your every purchase could be traced. If it’s tied to a Chinese-style social credit system, then that means you can lose access to your funds if you say the “wrong” thing. The way to head that off is to make the very idea of a cashless society as appealing as radioactive waste. We need to do this, or it will be the end of any remaining scraps of freedom. It’s that serious.
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