Outrage is cheap. Outrage is feeble. Outrage is temporary.
Results, on the other hand, are what count. And if you’re as outraged as you ought to be about this young white man being tortured and humiliated live on Facebook by four demonic Africans, then it is results, not feelings, that should be your measuring stick for how well you’ve responded to this crisis.
I’m preaching to myself here, so let me say it one more time, for your sake and mine: Feelings alone are feeble. Intelligent, constructive, actions conformed to Scripture that result in a desired, godly objective — that is how strong white people respond to adversity.
Crises like this are why the Alt Right needs a real political face. It’s easy to tweet, and troll, and leave outraged comments, as an anonymous poster. But the work of fundraising, of getting earned media when mainstream outlets want to cover your pet issue, and of course of campaigning for and fulfilling an elected office, requires institutions, public lives, and real organization.
The Left did not succeed by solely living in the shadows. The anonymous, edgy, on-the-margins-of-society aspect to the Alt Right doesn’t need to go away. It never has for the Left. To use a baseball analogy, the shadows are the minor leagues; the spotlight is the major leagues.
When crises like Sandy Hook or Columbine come up, the Left and Right have Second Amendment-related organizations and public faces to capitalize on these crises, in an attempt to gain political ground for their causes. When crises like Kermit Gosnell come up, the Left and Right have abortion-related organizations and public faces to do the same.
So far, there are only organizations and public faces on the Left when it comes to race.
At best, the Alt Right has a few public faces that normies might think of when they hear the term Alt Right, pro-white, or white nationalist. Names like Milo, Spencer, Duke, and even Bannon come to mind. Notice how some of these names don’t really belong?
The Alt Right really doesn’t have a farm system to develop leaders. Without such a system, it’s hard to really vet or train people because the only checks on willing leaders is peer pressure, aka trolling.
The Alt Right needs to be represented by people who actually are pro-white to the core, and for whom that conviction is an unshakeable, inseparable part of their lives. We need people who can play in the major leagues, whose names and faces and lives can represent the rest of us little people. Importantly, those people need to have come up through our farm system. They need to actually hold our views, be tied to our cause, and have skin in the game. No people like Bannon or Trump about whom we engage in wishful thinking.
But how can there be a farm system in which we can develop major league leaders, if there are no teams to play on? One-man shows in politics are not the norm. Even a certain charismatic Austrian corporal relied upon and utilized a political organization to gain elected office and then carry out his agenda. The same was true for Reagan. The same is true for Trump, who relied upon GOP teammates to win the nomination and the general election, and now relies on them to govern. Without those teammates from the various factions of the GOP, such as Second Amendment and abortion-related leaders and organizations, he would not have won the nomination, let alone the election.
The Alt Right has no team. It has no farm league or minor league. Therefore, I would argue that we shouldn’t be surprised that we have no major league players or teams. (After all, Spencer, Duke, and the like aren’t exactly being welcomed with open arms by their would-be constituencies, any major institutions, or any parties.)
There are some small political parties, such as the Traditionalist Workers Party or the American Freedom Party, which could evolve into a farm system in which leaders develop. Again, a tiny Central European political party once became so dominant that it continues to be used in daily discourse even 70 years after it virtually disappeared from the Earth. Another tiny Central European political party still holds power over more than one billion souls. So we should not despise the day of small things.
Conversely, it could be through a major party that the Alt Right gains its organizational shape. Whichever may be the case, the fact is that the Alt Right needs to organize.
Until we have big league organizations and big league public faces, crises like this will simply go to waste. And that means that boys like this one will not receive justice, and that more white boys and girls will become victims in the growing white genocide.