There has been a lot of back and forth recently about whether or not WN is at the stage where we could/should increase the amount of boots-on-the-ground activism right now or if we still need to hone in on the mysterious “It” that will give us that revolutionary advantage before we can really begin to see turnout and participation. Well, this post is not going to be about that, rather it is about something overlooked in that debate that can help us right now and in the future with recruiting potential followers.
Regardless of what ideologies, economic systems, etc. we wish to promote, something that the WN movement lacks when it comes to recruiting our fellow White Americans is incentives. Now for us, the ‘awakened’, fighting to preserve our race, nation, and homeland(s) is enough incentive for us. We already know, through research, experience, and common sense, that a White society is a safe, clean, and prosperous society. But what about those who may be inclined to our views, or will be in the future, but are not attracted to us? In short, what do we offer them once we have the ‘power to change’?
Although we may wish otherwise, our world has become very materialistic and self-serving. There is, at the very least, a subconscious thought of “What’s in it for me?” when it comes to people’s decisions. These thoughts are not always derived from selfishness; men and women with families have to think about what is in their best interests not just for themselves but for their spouses & children and sometimes their extended families. Young Whites who wish to have families, like myself, have to be able to plan carefully before taking risks that could threaten their very livelihood, not just comfort.
So how do we entice these potential activists and warriors towards our cause? One way, is by emphasizing jobs. But not just any jobs. I am talking about promoting the return of industry: manufacturing, machining, chemical, and high-tech jobs. A return to when Americans built our own tools, furniture, TVs, computers, etc. and were paid wages were one could have and maintain a comfortable family lifestyle. Where both spouses don’t have to have two full-time jobs just to make ends meat and can’t fulfill their dream of having three, four, or five kids and have to settle for one…if any. Jobs which give the worker a sense of worth, by building something for his people’s benefit.
Now obviously, unless we have a tycoon or two reading here, none of us have the resources or the influence to actually create, much less provide these jobs to unemployed Whites. But we have to be able to put forward the notion that we will fight to keep and bring in more jobs that emphasize manufacturing, engineering, and infrastructure. This attitude is similar to the A3P’s stance on globalization. We should take this position and incorporate it into our plans for the White Ethno-State. The plan here is so that we can go back to building and making our own items. Perhaps we should consider creating something like a union? Perhaps we can set up some kind of trust so that we can offer scholarships to students majoring in engineering, physics, etc. Or we can have some kind of referral system whereby we can forward people to apprenticeship programs e.g. Boilermaker, HVAC, etc.
Granted there’s currently a limit on what we can do directly, but from a political angle the issue of jobs in general is a hot issue in this free-falling economy of ours. We need to tell people, along with our pro-White message, how Multi-national businesses are off-shoring to places like China, Mexico, and India, not because the laborers are smarter or work harder (which they do/are neither), but because these foreign governments have very lax labor, workplace, and environmental laws in place; and because the different rate of exchange means that they can pay the workers literally pennies on the dollar. Not to mention there is, more often than not, a decrease in the quality of products that were once produced in a White nation after production moved to a third-world country.
Back in June, the CEO of America’s largest manufacturer, GE’s Jeffrey Immelt, stated that manufacturing jobs should comprise at least 20% of the U.S. Economy. I would argue that perhaps they should make up at least 30%, but at least he’s got the right idea. The point is that we have to get across to the average Joe and Jane that once we regain control of our country (or as much of it as we can get at first) we’ll be able to help them, directly or indirectly, have opportunities for jobs. Real American Jobs.