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Woolwich & the Dynamics of “Awareness”

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The quiet riverside London suburb of Woolwich yesterday witnessed the decapitation murder of a white British soldier at the hands of two Islam-crazed blacks.

“We swear by Almighty Allah we will never stop fighting you,” one of the murderers taunted, bloody-handed, as cameras rolled, as the headless victim died in the street.

Thus the Thames runs red today, in fulfillment of a prophecy: it has been forty-five years since Enoch Powell’s “Rivers of Blood” speech, which warned of the ultimate perils of mass immigration.

It was one of Powell’s constituents who, according to the speech, famously predicted that “in fifteen or twenty years’ time the black man will have the whip hand over the white man.” What could not have been predicted, however, was that the black man’s “whip hand” would have been holding, in forty-five years’ time, a meat cleaver.

But a greater tragedy was also unforeseen in the speech: that racial feelings among white British would become so decimated, so demonized in the ensuing forty-five years that even a widely televised bloody event such as the Woolwich decapitation would yet fail to excite Brits to anything even remotely resembling ethnic self-assertion. By this I mean that, as audacious as this homicide is, it will not stem the tide of the London genocide: at no point will the white British ever take seriously the idea of implementing Powell’s proposed solution, the assisted mass re-emigration of non-white hordes back to their country of origin.

Woolwich-1905133At the outset of his speech, Powell adopts an apologetic tone for his Cassandra-like delivery of bad news, having the foresight to acknowledge that having foresight itself is not enough. People will not listen to you, because

(A) they are too focused on current troubles that have come to pass to worry about future ones, which may or may not come to pass,

and/or

(B) they will suspect that by forewarning about future tragedies, you are in a sense maliciously willing them to happen—if only to prove yourself right in your prophecy.

If only the people could be confronted with, not a mere prediction, but the reality of evil in the here and now—if only we could summon one of Dickens’ Yuletide ghosts to show them their future—then surely they would be moved to take swift action. Well, we saw the future on the news last night, red-handed negroes with meat cleavers and machetes hacking away at the soldiery of Queen and Country. Would the awareness of the “reality of evil in the here and now” now prompt people to act, as Powell assumed it would?

One Daily Mail commenter expressed hope that it would—that it would shock a dormant nation to its senses: 

This country is weak; our people are sheep, the enemy lives laughing in our cities protected by our own laws. England for gods sake wake up, your children deserve better than this.

                – onlyme, london, 22/5/2013 15:43

Yet the nation will not act, because they have been cowed into submission by more than half a century of anti-white propaganda and liberal ideology. How could Powell have predicted that, even when faced with “rivers of blood” in the here and now, so many of his countrymen would express a mere shrug, like:

At the wrong place at the wrong time.

                – Rob, Glasgow, 22/5/2013 11:02

Or

Please don’t vote ukip now because of this

– Kay, London, England, 22/5/2013 12:54

No. Powell could not have foreseen a time when his countrymen would be so cowed by their own elites and their media culture so as to think that any raised voice against Muslim and black immigration showed “intolerance,” or was some new species of the demonic. He could not have known that the English would be turned into such suckers and spiritual slouches by liberalism that a great many commenters on the tragedy would be more concerned with the sensitivity of the (wrongly) imagined police response than with the decapitated victim:

Have the police ever heard of shooting in the leg or arm.

– sully73, london, United Kingdom, 22/5/2013 11:26

The truth is that contrary to the opinion, or at least the practice, of many white nationalists, spreading awareness about the virulence or violence of immigrants, even pointing out the most horrific examples, will itself do little or nothing to help mitigate the horrific situation; it will do little to “wake up” the sleeping.

For such is the consensus trance that we in the west find ourselves that even decapitations such as this will only provide a momentary, mild shock that will be forgotten tomorrow, that will only contribute to—and thus blend into—the general deterioration of things. Thus the awareness of malevolent enemies outside one’s door does not itself necessarily “wake people up.” Indeed, sometimes it has the opposite effect. Sometimes it only makes people to hide yet deeper under their bed-sheets.

The Futility of Raising “Awareness” 

Besides, we are already inundated with “awareness” campaigns about so many other things. This is done deliberately by cultural mavens who know that “awareness” is a limited quantity, and the more we are aware of the plight of the spotted owl, the less we will have mental space to stay sufficiently aware of racial dispossession.

Thus we get diversity trained at work so as to “raise awareness” about ways to better accommodate “the other.” We see, on the telly, endless documentaries and cover stories, like those on CNN’s Heroes, which “raise awareness” about child prostitution in Rwanda or the lack of sufficient footbridges in Ethiopia. If you want your awareness raised, you’ve come to the right Zeitgeist!

Everywhere you cast your eye, activists of every stripe are pointing out plights. They alert you to the precarious circumstances of dolphins or primates, landmines victims or AIDS patients. And don’t forget wheelchair accessibility, sweatshop labor, and the ubiquitous “racism!”

Pink ribbons raise your awareness about breast cancer survivors and their needs. Football coaches wearing patches raise your awareness about Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. Cloud-patterned ribbons raise awareness about the sufferers of Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernias. Wikipedia now even provides us a key for raising our awareness about all these awareness-raising campaigns.

But as if all this awareness-raising wasn’t already enough, allow me to raise your awareness about yet another factoid that you, in the busy routine of your day, may have overlooked: namely, the futility of raising awareness.

Part of this futility stems from the aforementioned universality of the practice. For, again, awareness as a limited commodity can only be raised about one thing at the expense of another. Thus if every ill-fated animal, vegetable or mineral has a million-dollar awareness-raising campaign devoted to it, then no attention will have been raised about anything in particular relative to everything else. A rising tide raises all boats, as they say.

The omnipresence of awareness raising in our culture has thus already rendered the practice cliché and somewhat of a joke. In fact, those of us who aren’t provincial dullards have long recognized it for what it is: a way for individuals, non-profits, charities, corporations, and governments to enjoy the public relations boon of taking on the mantle of an ennobling cause célèbre without having to prove that, in fact, any discernible, measurable, positive benefit has been attained thereby. The vague and never-complete goal of “awareness raising” saves all from the inconvenience and potential embarrassment of actually having to be held accountable for the success of any given campaign.

Thus the Urban Dictionary now defines raising awareness as “What you do when you want to look like you’re helping without actually having to help.”

Probably the most high profile awareness-raising campaign of recent memory was last year’s Kony2012 Youtube phenom. The video, put out by San Diego activists to “raise awareness” about child abductions in Uganda by Lord’s Resistance Army leader Joseph Kony, at first seemed a near-miraculous success, with tens of millions of views mere weeks after its March 2012 publication. Through the video, the activists met their initial objective in making Joseph Kony famous overnight. They certainly raised awareness! Yet the group’s ultimate goal of pressuring world leaders to bring Kony to justice was supposed to have been achieved by volunteers’ blanketing every major city with Kony’s likeness in an all-night flyering campaign on April 20th, 2012. The online hype, however, failed to translate into street-level activism. By the time it came to Cover the Night, as the flyering action was dubbed, the Kony issue was already “so last month.” And to this day Kony himself remains at large.

The spectacular rise and fall of the Kony2012 campaign should give all nationalists pause. For it has been a common tactic in our movement to loudly advertise online, not the plight of abducted Ugandan children, but the current plight of simply being white. We disseminate demographic data that point to the “browning of America” or the “browning of Britain,” we spread the word about  minority-on-white crime; we show how “closing the achievement gap” in education has been an absurd waste of white taxpayer money. All this is to wake up bread-and-circus-dazed whites to the reality of their dispossession—to the reality of their gradual (and occasionally fast-tracked, depending on where you live) genocide. If only enough awareness could be raised, we tell ourselves, we could steer away from the maelstrom ahead.

Such has been our alchemical tendency, by which we try to spin bad news into some kind of winning proposition, that even the electoral shift that propelled Barack Obama into office twice was hailed by a large swathe of white nationalists—indeed, by some of our best thinkers—as a good thing, if only in the sense that it would help raise awareness.

To a certain extent, I can understand this logic. As Greg Johnson put it, given that our system is anti-white, we would rather not have a white face in charge (i.e. McCain, Romney) to confuse the issue. Obama’s black face sends a far clearer signal.

And one might say that this signal has been heeded and awareness has been raised. Doesn’t the recent spike in traffic on white nationalist websites testify to the great boon that the Obama administration has been, inadvertently, to our cause?

Not necessarily. Kony2012 showed how quickly online energy can evaporate in outside air, how there is no guarantee that any raised awareness will ever translate into boots on the ground.

Indeed, alchemy is a dangerous art, for sometimes a defeat is just a defeat, or worse.

History is full of examples of this. For one, the Byzantine Empire suffered a major defeat at the hands of the Turks in 1071 at the Battle of Manzikert—where, adding to the general sense of humiliation, the Byzantine Emperor himself, Romanos IV Diogenes, was captured and used as a footstool.

If this raised awareness in Constantinople of the threat the Turks posed, it did not translate into increased political unity, or singleness of nationalistic purpose, or any useful action whatsoever. Rather, three decades of civil strife and economic crisis followed. Over the ensuing centuries, the Turks gradually tightened the noose on the Greeks in Anatolia. And over these same centuries of gradual defeat, all kinds of awareness must have been raised about the increasing weakness of the Byzantine front lines. Yet what came of it? Well, this week we mourn the 560 year anniversary of the Fall of Constantinople, the seemingly permanent loss of one of the greatest cities on earth to an outside, Asiatic, sometimes hostile group. That’s what happened.

Dangers in the Dialectic 

Thus deploying bad news doesn’t always have the dialectic effect of inspiring us to act or of steeling our resolve. Sometimes it is greeted with apathy or inertia, as Kony2012 and the Battle of Manzikert prove.

It can even be counter-productive. It can make us tired, render us depressed or defeatist; it can sow the seeds of lethargy, despair, or surrender.

Indeed, there is even a danger of this fatal mindtrap: sometimes we are so convinced that bad news will wake the sleeping herd, that we find ourselves wishing for some calamity to befall our people, just as Powell assumed others would suspect him of wishing, simply by predicting the same.

But maybe the high-profile spectacle of a crazed Nation of Islam sect holding a white kindergarten class hostage would do the trick. Or indeed the decapitation of a British soldier by a meat cleaver-wielding black Muslim. It would be tragic, sure. But wouldn’t it be worth the sacrifice if it “wakes people up”?

How subtly we can fall into a masochistic mental illness whereby we desire self-harm in hopes that some consequent mystical “awakening” will save us: I once moved to Paris with the typical naïveté of a suburban American kid. There I found what I was looking for, art and cathedrals in abundance; but the ravages of immigration appalled me. I thought: my ancestral homeland has become a dumping ground for the dregs of humanity. One day, to raise my spirits, I took a little daytrip out to the Parisian suburb of Saint Denis, where all the old Frankish kings had been buried. Surely that place, I thought, would retain a sense of solemnity, a sense of the clear, airy spirit of our ancestors.

Much to my dismay, I found Saint Denis to be a kind of Francophone Liberia, with overturned cars and hip-hop graffiti, ghetto music blaring, and hordes and hordes of alien tribes.

Yet occasionally I would see a white passerby and it would slightly mitigate the infuriating effects of my surroundings. How bad can it be, after all? I would think. Here’s a white person going about his business, seemingly nonplussed. I then found myself hoping for a kind of temporary defeat, wishing that Saint Denis were even worse. Maybe if it was even more of a hell hole, even more of a no-man’s land—maybe if I never saw a single white person in fifteen or twenty miles who wasn’t being raped or mugged or flayed—then just maybe the French would wake up to the fact that they had surrendered the absolute spiritual center of their formerly proud kingdom.

Videos of certain neighborhoods in London have elicited a similar response in me. They show the occasional white person walking in crowds of browns as if there were nothing wrong in the world. But maybe if it were even worse, I catch myself thinking, maybe if there were no whites in the video at all, maybe if the ethnic cleansing in this particular neighborhood was even more advanced, then people in the rest of Britain would realize that a genocide was truly taking place.

The worse reality would prove me right in my assessment, like Powell’s, of the dangers of immigration and multiculturalism.

I have no idea if I was alone in this mental sickness, or if others have ever thought similar thoughts. But fear not. I have long cured myself of this poisonous mindset and now recognize it for what it is: a variety of Nietzschean slave morality.

In the ideological manner of the Roman-era Jews, awareness raising campaigns usually assume the dialectic of suffering and reward—that if you have been the victim of some misfortune or oppressive regime in the past, if you have been marginalized or maligned, you are mystically entitled to gain in status thereby. We have habituated ourselves mentally to this by osmosis, surrounded as we are by minority groups who have nothing to lose and everything to gain from thinking this way.

Indeed, we have been brainwashed into thinking this way, surrounded as we are by our western culture’s billion-dollar awareness-raising propaganda regimes that exalt Jews and blacks and minorities of all kinds as preeminent sufferers who must be attended to with compensatory land grants in Israel, or affirmative action programs, or general deference.

This cannot be our way. It never has been and it never should be.

We need, not more “awareness” of our plight, but a moral strengthening. We need an increase of courage, a boot-camp of the will. I am not talking about thuggish reprisals against the “Muslim community” (though if we saw them it would actually indicate a more healthy, self-interested white community than we now see). What I mean is that we must put aside this willed dialectic of plight-seeking/awareness raising, so that even if there is no further deterioration in our fortunes, our momentum to strive forward and be great again will never flag or falter.

And how is this done? I do not have a one-size-fits-all solution, for we whites are too individualistic to be corralled into stencil slogans. But let this be the beginning of a model (as loath as many nationalistic English may be to—mon dieu!—imitate the French!) The point is that instead of hand-wringing and telegraphing our whines to the world, we must harden and improve ourselves for the struggles of the future, now.

We must LOWER awareness about our plight by lifting ourselves out of it.

 

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14 Comments

  1. Cyclops
    Posted May 27, 2013 at 9:43 pm | Permalink

    So awareness is futile? I beg to differ. The amount of racial torment that whites must undergo before they begin to act as a unified group and in their own interests will be considerable to be sure but I do see it happening. Awareness is merely the first step.

    How does any war get started?

    I have but one eye but it sees very well and very far.

  2. F.C. Stoughton
    Posted May 27, 2013 at 1:28 pm | Permalink

    “The charge of “racism” at least required an affirmative act, “privilege” is an inescapable stigma that can never be erased. ”

    Indeed. White privilege is their way of justifying active discrimination against white people (especially, as you say, males) in every area not for actions taken but for merely existing as such. Now you can’t ever legitimately complain; your concerns come last, if at all. But see the end of my satirical article on why it is rather JEWS who should be considered “privileged” and thus subject to these same kinds of insults:

    http://www.counter-currents.com/2013/04/we-sure-wished-those-boston-bombers-had-been-jews/

  3. F.C. Stoughton
    Posted May 26, 2013 at 12:44 am | Permalink

    BTW one antithetical corollary to the above suffering/reward slave morality dynamic is of course the rhetoric of white privilege. Here, rather than suffering demanding compensatory reward, lack of suffering in one’s background utterly invalidates one’s point of view and implies some mystical karmic reprisal. Try saying at a dinner party “This war on poverty thing is absurd. Poverty is the rule of nature. It is extreme wealth that is anomalous. There’s nothing wrong at all with being poor” and your white liberal friend will reply: “You can only say that because you are white and privileged. Try being a poor minority and then tell me there is nothing wrong with poverty.”

    The right comeback against this anti-white, “white privilege” line is (assuming the lib is also white, which is usually the case): “well, you’re white too, so is your opinion in this matter, which you have just stated, also thereby nullified? If so, then I can go back to having mine.”

    Or you can say: “On the contrary, I’ve suffered greatly in life: having to endure your libby bullshit, for instance.”

    • Vacant Serif
      Posted May 27, 2013 at 4:36 am | Permalink

      “The right comeback against this anti-white, “white privilege” line is (assuming the lib is also white, which is usually the case): “well, you’re white too, so is your opinion in this matter, which you have just stated, also thereby nullified? If so, then I can go back to having mine.”
      I use exactly this rhetorical technique online. Honestly I often ask the “white male privlege” to make the ultimate sacrifice and commit sepukku. This “privilege” is an amorphous construct that renders one wholly culpable based on perceived phenotype. An inherit group guilt that would be socially repugnant if applied to any other group. If one cannot be morally consistent then that person is not someone I care to associate with. The charge of “racism” at least required an affirmative act, “privilege” is an inescapable stigma that can never be erased. This is an incredibly devious invention, brilliant if not sinister. Of course The EDL are doing their thing but I see them as controlled opposition, you know who. How nationalist can they be when they really with a foreign flag; The Magan David?

  4. F.C. Stoughton
    Posted May 25, 2013 at 7:59 pm | Permalink

    Armor-
    “But it still makes sense to try to take advantage of bad news to draw more people to our cause. The many blogs that try to do that are doing useful work.”

    I agree. There is no one way to do this. We need to tackle the problem that confronts us from a variety of angles. The essay I think warns of taking a certain mindset too far. But merely informing people of the facts is useful. Indeed, full disclosure: I also occasionally write for what might be considered one of the white-whine websites on the internet, antiwhitemedia.com, and do so out of an archivist’s need to log all the insults that we have endured. It is an enemies list for future reprisals. This is war and discourse is the main weapon at this point, but there are others.

  5. Armor
    Posted May 25, 2013 at 6:44 pm | Permalink

    “some of our best thinkers (link to YouTube: 2012 Post-Election Round Table: Greg Johnson, Matt Parrott, & Robert Stark)

    This is what I get from YouTube when I click on the link :

    This video is not available in your country. Some YouTube videos may not be available in your country for the following reasons:

    – Video owners have chosen to make their content available only to certain countries (usually due to licensing rights)

    – YouTube may block specific content in order to comply with local laws

    I don’t care. I had downloaded the MP3 on Counter-Currents.


    F. C. Stoughton: “We need, not more “awareness” of our plight, but a moral strengthening.”

    I understand why it is annoying to hear that every atrocity is eventually useful, because it helps raise awareness. But it still makes sense to try to take advantage of bad news to draw more people to our cause. The many blogs that try to do that are doing useful work. It is all the more useful as their point of view is forbidden in the mainstream media, and one voice of support is enough to encourage isolated people. There is no reason to think the world will necessarily end with a whimper and there won’t be a revolt from White people at some point. The same blogs that use the “Ain’t it awful?” strategy and report every racial atrocity also have some discussion about what should be done. It is more interesting than reading today’s newspapers and listening to our phony elites.

    I also believe in spreading information. One thing I’ve learned from internet blogs is that the race replacement crisis is linked to Jewish activism. At the same time, I came to the conclusion that Western governments basically want to kill us. That idea still sounds ridiculous to most people. But for some reason, it becomes more believable when you are made aware of the Jewish problem and told how pro-immigration Jews control the media. The fact that the Kony2012 campaign eventually petered out doesn’t mean that we cannot effectively spread the information about the Jewish problem, and that it cannot make a difference.


    Uh: “What has been learned is denial, which is a personal strategy for framing reality to avoid making painful changes”

    Denial occurs when people are left with nowhere to go. I can’t do anything about it, so let’s pretend there is no problem. But if there was a pro-White army that young men could join, there would be no shortage of recruits ready to give their lives. It means that you have to get rid of your pessimism and tell people what you think is possible to do.


    Fourmyle: “If anything, Stoughton underestimates the antipathy in which our Ideas, and our ideals, are held, by about 98% of the population.”

    Actually, most people disapprove of the race-replacement policy, just like us.

    • Fourmyle of Ceres
      Posted May 26, 2013 at 2:20 pm | Permalink

      Stoughton in blockquote, cites in italics:

      Fourmyle: “If anything, Stoughton underestimates the antipathy in which our Ideas, and our ideals, are held, by about 98% of the population.”

      Actually, most people disapprove of the race-replacement policy, just like us.

      Your answer drives home my point concerning personal and political effectiveness. “about 98% of the population” has done nothing I repeat nothing that is remotely effective to deal with race replacement.

      Only with the greatest of difficulty can the “98%” even accept, much less deal with, the genocide of the White race – the metaprocess of which race replacement is but one indicia.

      Their hatred for us is the default choice of their lives in all possible situations. The idea that we might have any hope whatsoever in reaching any but the best of them would require a true financial collapse – not merely a temporary lock-up in the payment system, but a masssive collapse in the division of labor.

      My point is being made in real-time in Greece, where Golden Dawn does better by the day, and will soon be seen in Cyprus, about which the media is remarkably silent. Look to Greece, and see how recent college graduations are returning to their forefather’s farms, reduced to subsistence farming and a primitive barter economy. (This is a glimpse at our status quo future, by the way.)

      Where have we seen this before?

      The Morgenthau Plan.

      If “awareness” is to be “dynamic,” then everyone should realize that Harold Covington has addressed the temporal bridge for the metapolitical purpose of the race in this country, and, if you would criticize him, first write out a diary of your daily life, twenty years from now, in as much detail as you can.

      If this is too painful, look to Woolwich, and see YOUR future in microcosm.

      In conclusion, I’ll bet “98%” of the White people who saw the event in Woolrich also disapprove of it….

      And did nothing about it.

      It’s the “Three Percent Solution” that Harold Covington, and William Pierce, spoke of that will do anything at all, even in the face of certain imminent doom.

  6. F.C. Stoughton
    Posted May 25, 2013 at 5:00 pm | Permalink

    Reisender- It is absolutely infuriating that people are being arrested for condemning this crime a little too vociferously and with a little too much attention to the ethnic and ideological details. THESE THOUGHTCRIME ARRESTS themselves should be causing massive riots. Kids overturn cars for a few thousand quid in student fees but they sit back passively when their expression of revulsion to homicide becomes cause for incarceration.

    Uh- “What we have seen over and over is simply that the narrative of tolerance ueber alles overrides aversion, disgust, anger, resentment, etc., at witnessing one’s kind fall victim to non-white violence. ”

    This is sadly true. The tribe and its enablers have refined their talking points these last thirty years to make “tolerance” the new sacrosanct first principle of our people. To me the word only connotes a spineless laziness. My son deliberately knocks over someone else’s juice? I could tolerate it and he will become a boundary-less twat. You indulge the turd-whirled-ers a little too much and they too will become spoiled and insatiable. Under your roof you enforce your law. You don’t tolerate. Tolerance is a dereliction of duty. Inclusivity is another meaningless poison. Miliband says Brits define themselves by their inclusivity. By this he means that Brits have no definition at all. How can any noun be defined by including things that are not it? Blue must include red? Cold must include hot? Brits must include non-Brits? Voila! The “Brits” disappear.

    But I don’t know how attempting to de-fetishize self-harm is “making pessimism palatable to the hopeful.”

    And, while I agree meat cleavers are quite handy in a street fight, they and other weaponry are easily acquired. Courage is rarer. What good is a meat cleaver in a hand that has gone all wobbly with self-doubt?

  7. Reisender
    Posted May 25, 2013 at 2:03 pm | Permalink
  8. uh
    Posted May 25, 2013 at 7:24 am | Permalink

    Again, I’ve been saying “awareness is futile” for over a decade. But I don’t express myself in essay-form, so I’m called names and so on. And every time some darkies outdo each other in carnage against whites, the same set pin all their hopes on “raising awareness”, as though this is a suburban breast cancer drive and not the consequences of a major demographic shift with which our kind is determined to make peace lest they become the next victim at the “wrong place wrong time”, or worse, have to admit that darkies are dangerous.

    One note.

    “We have habituated ourselves mentally to this by osmosis, surrounded as we are by minority groups who have nothing to lose and everything to gain from thinking this way.”

    This is an attractive but false assertion. The response you are analyzing is completely natural: one assumes that acts of spectacular carnage, especially filmed and broadcast, will generate negative response. What we have seen over and over is simply that the narrative of tolerance ueber alles overrides aversion, disgust, anger, resentment, etc., at witnessing one’s kind fall victim to non-white violence. What has been learned is denial, which is a personal strategy for framing reality to avoid making painful changes, NOT a group strategy such as you describe. We have not become beggars for handouts because we are surrounded by ethnic groups obsessively touted in the media by the tribe. Simply that what strikes us as infamous, given our mental data set, does not strike others in the same way, given their data set. The narrative provides them with other sufficient reasons: wrong place wrong time, he deserved it, isolated act motivated by x, etc.

    Well, I congratulate “Stoughton” for making pessimism palatable to the hopeful. Don’t know about all the “moral strengthening of the will” stuff; seems to me that meat cleavers do better than morals in a street fight.

  9. F.C. Stoughton
    Posted May 25, 2013 at 1:43 am | Permalink

    Thanks for the nice feedback.

    I have a friend who says the thing to do is simply pretend the 20th century never happened. Seems easier said than done. But he has a point!

    Ramzpaul has done a brilliant satire video on the Woolwich attacks. His hands are bloody while he spouts the liberal multiculti line. The point is obviously that the libs (or LIBLABCONS) have blood on their hands in England. What is slightly discouraging is that though his video has gone mini-viral and will probably break 100k views tonight, most of the viewers are Brits who are unfamiliar with him and thus don’t get the satire. They think he’s in earnest with his libby talking points. They think he’s trying to be “funny” with his red hands.

    I made a comment on his Youtube channel, under a different pseudonym, that he ended up copying (chosen out of thousands of comments!) and pasting on his blog:

    Update- YouTube quote of the week:
    futurist666 35 minutes ago
    it is satire. but it isn’t SUPPOSED to be funny you fuck. no one in ENGLAND has a sense of the tragic in art anymore because the tragic so surrounds them on their fucking streetcorners.

  10. Fourmyle of Ceres
    Posted May 24, 2013 at 11:27 pm | Permalink

    If anything, Stoughton underestimates the antipathy in which our Ideas, and our ideals, are held, by about 98% of the population.

    There are two larger issues that Stroughton’s analysis points to, and these are one, our choice of impotence I repeat impotence in trying to convince others that we are correct in our analysis, and two, refusing to do all we can, starting where we are, instead waiting for same magic equivalent of “the balloon going up” to give us the freedom to accept the choices we would make, if w had the faith of a mustard seed that we really are correct.

    We must understand, and accept, that we are the one group you can officially discriminate against. The System has declared the functional equivalent of total war against us, all done softly where possible, and violently, through the actions of third parties, where possible. Their purpose is right in line with what Alinsky prescribed, and Bezmenov described.

    The metaphor for this approval seeking is, of course, Charlie Brown playing “Lucy’s Rules Football.” Charlie Brown always loses, and yet, keeps playing the game. This is because he chose to act out the psychological script called “Good Man, Good Loser.” If you think this is a good description of self-identified White nationalist activism over most of, say, the last century or so, then you are correct.

    The only answer is to Do Better, first in the metapolitical framework, and then in the temporal political framework. Of course, Harold Covington’s Northwest Republic remains our best hope.

  11. Alaskan
    Posted May 24, 2013 at 3:25 pm | Permalink

    Brilliant. I must admit myself that I have fallen victim to this pessimism. “If only…THEN we will wake up!!” Obviously, it doesn’t seem to work that way. We have suffered so many indignities at this point that, logically, it should have already happened long ago. How much worse does it really need to get? It’s tempting to feel this way, however, because our history has also proven that when pushed far enough, we are capable of ferociously and intelligently fighting back. This does offer some small comfort in such dark times, even if I’m being naive. Time will tell. In the meantime, we must do exactly as this author describes and act, live in such as way as to be an example to others. We must show that we ARE better than the sheep and our myriad enemies. We must lead by example alone and prepare ourselves for even harsher times to come. How else can we expect others to “wake up”, listen to or join us in this fight?

  12. Maple Leaf
    Posted May 24, 2013 at 2:45 pm | Permalink
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    The Hypocrisies of Heaven

    Waking Up from the American Dream

    Green Nazis in Space!

    Truth, Justice, and a Nice White Country

    Heidegger in Chicago

    The End of an Era

    Sexual Utopia in Power

    What is a Rune? & Other Essays

    Son of Trevor Lynch's White Nationalist Guide to the Movies

    The Lightning & the Sun

    The Eldritch Evola

    Western Civilization Bites Back

    New Right vs. Old Right

    Lost Violent Souls

    Journey Late at Night: Poems and Translations

    The Non-Hindu Indians & Indian Unity

    Baader Meinhof ceramic pistol, Charles Kraaft 2013

    Jonathan Bowden as Dirty Harry

    The Lost Philosopher, Second Expanded Edition

    Trevor Lynch's A White Nationalist Guide to the Movies

    And Time Rolls On

    The Homo & the Negro

    Artists of the Right

    North American New Right, Vol. 1

    Forever and Ever

    Some Thoughts on Hitler

    Tikkun Olam and Other Poems

    Under the Nihil

    Summoning the Gods

    Hold Back This Day

    The Columbine Pilgrim

    Confessions of a Reluctant Hater

    Taking Our Own Side

    Toward the White Republic

    Distributed Titles

    Tyr, Vol. 4

    Reuben

    The Node

    Axe

    Carl Schmitt Today

    A Sky Without Eagles

    The Way of Men

    Generation Identity

    Nietzsche's Coming God

    The Conservative

    The New Austerities

    Convergence of Catastrophes

    Demon

    Proofs of a Conspiracy

    Fascism viewed from the Right

    Notes on the Third Reich

    Morning Crafts

    New Culture, New Right

    The Fourth Political Theory

    Can Life Prevail?

    The Metaphysics of War

    Fighting for the Essence

    The Arctic Home in the Vedas

    Asatru: A Native European Spirituality

    The Shock of History

    The Prison Notes

    Sex and Deviance

    Standardbearers

    On the Brink of the Abyss

    Beyond Human Rights

    A Handbook of Traditional Living

    Why We Fight

    The Problem of Democracy

    Archeofuturism

    The Path of Cinnabar

    Tyr

    The Lost Philosopher

    Impeachment of Man

    Gold in the Furnace

    Defiance

    The Passing of a Profit & Other Forgotten Stories

    Revolution from Above