The structure of the Simple White Advocacy Guide is as shown below. Some of it is done, some of it is in progress, and some of it is eligible for adoption. If the chapter is [Not Started] and you think you know what you’re talking about, please get with me and offer up a draft. This is a collaborative project.
If you’re a Jew who’s sick and tired of being accused of being non-White despite having flowing blond hair and icy blue eyes, don’t settle for posting a hateful comment. Step up and write a Supplemental Guide called “White Advocacy for Jews” and I’ll include a link to it. The same goes for anti-Semites. One good idea might be “White Advocacy for Kinists”, which would provide arguments and strategies for persuading fellow Christians. Rather than tearing each other down, the various factions can compete to offer the best supplement.
The other two appendices can grow over time as suggestions pour in. The guide owes quite a bit to its inspiration, the Global Language Dictionary, but it’s deliberately more concise…a bit less Talmudic. Since it’s designed by a collaborative web community instead of by a sinister think tank, the structure of the document is more modular and participatory…but without the cool charts and graphics. Unless, of course, you would like to contribute cool charts and graphics.
[SWAG: Introduction] [Complete]
Chapter 1 – The Art of Persuasion
[Be a Sherpa on the mountain of racial enlightenment] [In Progress]
Chapter 2 – Six Rules of Discourse
[SWAG: Six Rules of Discourse] [Complete]
Chapter 3 – Words and Phrases that Work
[Words, phrases, and themes that work for us] [In Progress…]
Chapter 4 – Media Matters
[How to talk to a reporter, how to propagandize effectively, etc…] [Not Started]
Chapter 5 – Safety Considerations
[Dealing with antifas, crowds, riots, informants, provocateurs] [Not Started]
Chapter 6 – Next Steps
[Encouraging activism, sustaining through support, group membership, etc…] [Not Started]
Appendix I – Challenge/Response
[Sample challenges and responses when discussing racial issues] [Not Started]
Appendix II – Conversation Starters
[Smart ways to begin constructive conversations about race] [Not Started]
Appendix III – Supplemental Guides
[Links to additional materials relating to specific issues] [Not Started]