Our white, Christian peoples are under constant assault by a multi-trillion dollar coalition of globalist corporations, governments, religious institutions, media outlets, and their multi-billion man army of Third World foot soldiers. In the United Kingdom, merely sharing memes on nationalist websites has gotten several patriotic British chaps thrown in jail. Meanwhile, the government in Rotherham, England let thousands of white girls and boys get sexually assaulted by foreign Muslims because the government didn’t want to be called racist. Think about that.
Recently, a black Sudanese man went into an historically white church near Nashville and opened fire on the white elderly people gathered there to worship. He was an open supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement and of the black millionaires who have been grandstanding in front of their poor white NFL fans in protest of law-enforcing white cops. Did you hear about this murderer? If you’re not already in the pro-white movement, you probably didn’t, because the liberal and cuckservative media were silent about it. Contrast that to the coverage that they gave the Charleston shooting several years ago, when a white man was accused of doing the same to a group of black churchgoers. Not only is he in jail now, but the media made sure that every person possible knew about the incident within hours of it happening, and pushed politicians and corporations at the state and national levels to disavow everything that had to do with Southern and Confederate pride. It’s impossible to buy a Confederate flag on Amazon or at Walmart anymore. Do you think that Amazon and Walmart will ban everything that has to do with Black Lives Matter, black pride, black nationalism, or taking a knee in protest of white cops? No.
If you’re already in the movement, you know all this and understand the unending depths of depravity to which our enemies — who are also God’s enemies, by the way — will sink to try to destroy us. If you’re new to the game, welcome to the red pill and watch out for the black pill.
In light of the never-ending litany of woe our people endure, and in light of recent discussions by Alt Right leaders about the direction of the movement post-Charlottesville, I’d like to come back to a theme I’ve sounded before. It’s time to act like a serious movement by putting our money where our mouths are.
What our cause needs is to build up the kind of commitment that the other side takes for granted. This means dedicated resources of manpower and money. With those two resources we can build up the infrastructure necessary to effectively combat the enemy. Without those resources, we will fall into the same trap that most conservative, right-wing movements fall into.
Allow me to quote from H.L. Richardson’s excellent little book on political organization, Confrontational Politics. This former California state senator founded Gun Owners of California and Gun Owners of America. He penned the short book to tell other right-minded activists how the Left had succeeded, and the Right had failed, in the culture wars of the late twentieth century. His diagnosis and prescription still holds true today.
For Conservatives, the cause is all-important. However, the organizational advantages presented to them for recruitment, education and long-range political planning rarely cross their minds. They react, do battle, and then disband, perceiving each struggle as an entity within itself. Not the Left, they build on every engagement, knowing full well the present effort is but one engagement in a protracted conflict, a fight that will take them decades to win completely. (p. 33)
In short, power over political policies can be attained only through the collection and use of money and people over a long period of time. In politics, there are plenty of groups on the Left that do this (National Organization for Women, American Civil Liberties Union, La Raza, Council on American-Islamic Relations, etc) and on the Right there are a few (National Rifle Association, Gun Owners of America, Family Research Council, etc.).
Note that in my brief list of organizations on the Right, there are zero major organizations that effectively agitate for pro-white candidates or policies. The National Policy Institute is the closest you’ll find to such a group, and it has focused more on mass educational efforts like conferences and online publications than policy initiatives, candidate training, or winning elections.
In the ecclesiastical realm, every major religious organization has subscribed to the anti-white narrative and supports anti-white theology and policies. The pro-white, Christian resistance to this has not yet taken the form of an organization with members, congregations, or steady income. As in the political realm, thus far the pro-white cause has focused on educating the masses through outlets such as Faith and Heritage.
Education and information is critical to winning hearts and minds. More is needed to win battles on the ground, however. In politics, votes are needed to win offices and establish policies. In the Church, clergy and laity are needed to be disciples and to make disciples. Money, manpower, and organization are needed in both these worlds.
The task is to politicize those who have been exposed to humanist excesses. Band them together, raise money for them, teach them the strategy of confrontational politics, build residuals and form “PAC” snowballs. These counter organizations should be formed around specific issues, taking advantage of the various segments of citizens affected. (p. 133)
I’ve written before about successful politicking at the local level. I’ve also written about the need to reform and/or establish churches to reflect traditional, pro-white theology and policy. While creating 100 podcast episodes, publishing a children’s book, publishing a small group Bible study, and organizing five online Bible studies for pro-white Christians over the last two years, I ran into this same obstacle when thinking about how to move forward. In order to take the next step as a movement, via our various educational, political, and ecclesiastical initiatives, we need money, manpower, and organization. Volunteers who come and go and divide willy-nilly will not beat a professional cadre of dedicated activists. People will not risk their meager incomes and modicum of stability as anonymous activists to advocate publicly on behalf of strangers who think they’re “in it for the money” when they fundraise to pay for their bills, pay for their staff, and fund effective initiatives en route to real-world victories. The obstacles to overcome in our anti-white, anti-normalcy world are serious, but nothing that dedicated time and money can’t overcome. People willing to dedicate that time and money are, however, few.
The only way we’re going to beat the multi-trillion dollar Goliath that controls every major institution in the West is with a sling and a rock. Right now, I don’t think we have them in hand.
In warfare, guerrilla armies can’t beat a professional, organized military on its own. In our Revolutionary War, the American militias were funded by the Continental Congress and received professional leadership by Gen. George Washington et al. We colonials also received the active assistance of the allied militaries of France and Spain.
In Vietnam, the U.S. military never lost a battle, or South Vietnam, to the Viet Cong. When the U.S. military left Vietnam, the Viet Cong did not take over — the Soviet Union-funded North Vietnamese Army did.
In Iraq, the U.S. military did not lose battles, or Iraq, to Muslim insurgents. When the U.S. military left in 2011, the remnants of al-Qaeda in Iraq built itself into a serious force with financial backing and professional organization, which we now know as the Islamic State. They captured major swaths of Iraqi territory for a few years. However, for all of the Islamic State’s success, it has failed to overcome the inept but more professional and American-funded Iraqi Army.
Need I remind our readers that the Union armies did not out-general the Confederate armies, but simply wore them down through the use of endless supplies of troops, weapons, and money? Ditto for Germany in both world wars. The moral of the story is: resources matter. He who has more of them almost always wins. In our situation, we do not have more resources than our enemies, but we have to start using the money and manpower that is already at our disposal. Right now very few people on the Alt Right are doing this, and it is crippling us.
If we want to worship in our own churches, vote for our own candidates, establish our own communities, or recapture the institutions that our forefathers built for us, it is imperative for us to contribute money and time on a long-term basis to start and/or support organizations that will be the sling and rock we need to win our battle against the giant. Otherwise, this movement will be nothing but a feeble whimper of protest and not a real force to be reckoned with.