Well now, as of today we’re less than a week away from what will almost certainly prove to be the largest Nationalist gathering in modern American history.
Definitely the largest in my lifetime (I’m 27), and definitely the largest in the lifetimes of pretty much all those who will be traveling to Charlottesville in a few days.
I think maybe George Lincoln Rockwell’s appearance in Chicago may be the only thing close to what we’re expecting, although if you want my opinion, you’re going to have to go all the way back to the days of the 1920’s Northern Klan for a proper size comparison.
What I think makes this rally (and those before it) so special when compared to past dramas is that the Alt-Right has finally started to understand the whole “stand together or die separately” thing better than probably any other group in American history.
We’ve finally realized that we could either spend the next ten or twenty years arguing and berating each other on the internet until the non-White hordes (under Judeo-Communist leadership) boot down our doors to rape and eat us, or we could bury multiple hatchets, forget trivial differences of opinion/philosophy/ideology, drop the “muh purity” idiocy, and join together to save our race and civilization before the damage becomes irreparable.
But, of course, there are still those who continue to whine and complain about the dynamics of #UniteTheRight and the alliances being forged between our groups, and I’m here to try and address these arguments (only about half are even worth debating) before the drama infects the Movement like it has so many times in the past.
So here we go…
First: “Those going and speaking are not hardcore enough for me.”
In reality, even the most fanatical of the fanatical are going to be in Charlottesville this weekend – expect a huge turnout by Stormer Book Clubs and others.
And on the speaker front, pretty much everyone agrees on pretty much everything – there are just a few nuances that aren’t important at this specific time.
We’ve seen guys grow and evolve over the last few months and years in ways that were never before thought possible, with those once labeled “Alt-Lite” now essentially in our camp.
And if you’re still not convinced, take a look at those who have refused to take part in this great crusade – they represent the worst aspects of WN 1.0, and their “hardcore” nature did nothing but turn newbies away for the most part.
Second: “#UniteTheRight is not full-out National Socialist. I want National Socialism.”
Ok, so this is going to be a bit of a tough pill for some folks to swallow, but you’re never going to see National Socialism as practiced in the Third Reich spring forth in the United States in a way that’s copy-paste.
Some people just don’t seem to understand that the conditions that brought Adolf Hitler to power were specific to one nation (maybe two) at a specific moment in time, and that what issued forth during the 1930’s was not even a finished product – there wasn’t even a serious succession method developed that could have withstood power struggles and feuds.
Sure, you could theoretically implement some of the Reich’s most successful policies and ideologies in a new form of government (I would), but to attempt to entirely transplant EVERYTHING would prove to be a colossal failure that probably wouldn’t even get off the ground due to the specific mindset within the White American population – even Rockwell (read his Playboy interview) spoke about keeping large chunks of the American state intact under his proposed system.
I suppose in a nutshell it’s best to say that governments, people, Leaders, and certain ideologies come, go, and die, but philosophical truths are eternal – some pieces of NS were based off of ideas that had floated around since the days of Ancient Greece and Rome, while others were just creations meant to combat the specific degeneracy of the Weimar Republic).
Stop fantasizing about something that was literally said to be “not for export,” and get into the real-world Movement that may very well be growing strong enough to bring change to our crumbling society.
Third: “Everyone Is Jewish Controlled Opposition. It’s a Conspiracy, I tell you!”
Errr, well for us (both myself and Hunter are riding up), let’s just remember that we’ve had all normal revenue streams like PayPal shut down while also being only one of maybe three sites banned from Disqus for “hate speech.”
I would think that this alone should be exonerating, and we should also remember that all groups affiliated with these new real-life rallies have faced similar attacks from the usual suspects.
You can play the conspiracy game as much as you like, but in the end I’ve found that all it does is rot your brain while making paranoia the rule of the day.
Fourth: “These guys aren’t taking Nationalism and whatnot seriously.”
We stand as rebels against an Establishment that has turned both literally and figuratively into a gaggle of screeching Yentas out for blood at the slightest breaking of the rules.
And at the same time we’ve taken control of humor and satire to use ourselves against the descendants of those who used the same tactics (albeit with less advanced technology) against White America during the second half of the Twentieth Century – who can’t help but laugh at a Pepe preparing for a race war, or a Pepe gassing Antifa?
The same idea applies to the idea of Jewish journalists, Jewish members of the British Parliament, and Alex Jones (Operation Fat Jewish Wife) screaming over the thought of thousands of evil Nazi trolls swarming them across the internet tubes.
It’s already been addressed in the recent past, but WN 1.0 was just too, too serious and humorless. It drove off people (especially disenfranchised men with some youthful impishness left) who might otherwise have committed long ago to defending their blood and soil.
Too many black pills dished out day in and day tend to weaken the resolve of most normal men, and really the drama just wound up being the icing on an overall dried and crumbling cake.
Like, for example, I understand the Jewish Problem probably better than most (and it can be demoralizing sometimes), but when I look at a Merchant meme, the smile returns to my face, my brain starts sparking again, and any fear of failure goes right out the window following the sound of a contagious laugh.
I’ve seen other arguments, but most of them are just plainly so retarded and weird that they’re not worth addressing – I’ve got a 5-month-old so time is usually a limited resource.
Honestly at this point it would make sense to try and get into Charlottesville for this Saturday’s extravagant fun-time bonanza just to say that you went.
Someday our grandchildren will be sitting at our feet asking us to tell them of the first time hundreds, if not thousands, of Nationalists gathered to stand up for their people, and how that August 12th sparked something that eventually resulted in a cleansing fire that wiped out the evil stirring across the land,
Wouldn’t it be disgraceful if you had to tell your descendants that you were too indecisive and weak to attend?