We’re back home after our trip to Florida.
This was the third wedding that I have attended in Florida over the past five years. We have been to three weddings since our own in Missouri. I have been to one in Georgia. In spite of what you have heard on the internet, there are still plenty of normal young White people both within and outside the movement who are doing normal things like getting married and having children. In particular, the normies in our life are doing great and most who have gotten married have stayed married.
It occurs to me that we don’t hear as much from these people on the internet. If you are happy and content with your family life, you are probably not venting about it on the internet. It is the bitter people who are angry and frustrated and who want you to share in their misery who tend to have the biggest platforms. They want you to believe it is IMPOSSIBLE to have a normal family life. There is a large audience for those takes because our culture really has declined over the past few generations. The rest of us try to navigate around it in our lives and make the best out of a bad situation.
Seriously though, we’re not all like the Bagel Boss:
so in bagel boss this morning, the misogynistic douchebag seen in the video was degrading almost all of the female staff as well as other patrons. fuck this guy. pic.twitter.com/LZh1Uk4UXZ— olivia shea ???? (@oliviabradley88) July 10, 2019
Instead of having the big rallies, we’re doing a lot more quiet networking these days. Looking back on the past few years, the marriages, children and friendships were the most valuable, enjoyable and enduring thing that came out of our years of public activism. We don’t even need to do public activism either to further those goals and drain the toxicity out of the movement.
What should we be doing? I increasingly believe it is this because that is what has stood the test of time. I can put out a steady stream of content to help re-racinate our people by reacquainting them with their Southern identity, culture and heritage. I can give them tips on how to eat better and live a healthier lifestyle. I can network with them in the real world and we can try to match single men and single women who share the same values. I can comment on the news cycle and criticize mainstream conservatism. I can try to help people in my area when natural disasters like hurricanes strike.
What adds value to our movement without subtracting from it? In my experiences, marriages, children and friendships have added the most value. Republican electoral victories have added no value. Frivolous lawsuits and Facebook arguments subtract the most value.