Andrew Anglin has written an article about this over at The Daily Stormer. I’ve responded below with some of my own comments:
“There has been an ongoing debate within pro-White circles about the value of internet activism vs. the value of real life street activism.”
The debate is more about how the internet has consumed the White Nationalist movement since the 1990s than it is about e-activism vs. street activism.
Has this been a good thing? I’ve been around for 15 of the last 20 years that the White Nationalist movement has been dominated by the internet. When I first started posting on messageboards in 2000, the White Nationalist movement in the US was stronger, better led, better funded, and better organized than it is today 15 years later.
“Queens University is located in the middle of Charlotte North Carolina’s most ritzy neighborhood; surrounded by sprawling oak trees, arched entries, and European-styled architecture, she gives life to an otherwise retired, 401K neighborhood. Ladies with sweaters draped over their shoulders, walking their dogs along the well-manicured sidewalks, no doubt see a peaceful campus where all is right in the world.
To me, it looked like a hell-hole.
Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate beautiful architecture. It wasn’t this charade of historical precedence that offended me; it was the knowledge that this was a slaughterhouse which takes beautiful young ladies (more of them than men attend), and twists their minds, destroying any accidental whiteness leftover from their grandmothers, and scouring the last sense of lady-like propriety from their consciences.
The college has a man whose sole job is to ensure the most extreme Jacobin worldview is rammed into young minds. This “director of diversity and inclusion” had invited that huckster Tim Wise to the campus to speak…and as my readers know, I was there to oppose him. …”
Is there anything left to say about White Man March 2015?
1.) First, insofar as anyone went out in public and participated this time in the US, it was typically activists who are already known to us. Trad Youth was out in Florence, KY. Billy Roper and his crew were out in Harrison, AR. Kyle Hunt was in Knoxville, TN. Ron Doggett was out in Richmond, VA. Familiar faces, all.
2.) Second, there were more people wearing masks, dropping signs at 3 AM, posting stickers in the pouring rain, and acting out in a number of ways that don’t inspire confidence. Pretty much the same as last year.
“The average selling price of a home in the city has been on a steady decline since the shooting of Brown last August, according to housing data compiled from MARIS, an information and statistics service for real estate agents. Prior to Brown’s death, the average home sold in 2014 was selling for $66,764. For the last three and a half months of the year, the average home sold for $36,168, a 46 percent decrease.
The trend has continued on through this year, with the average home selling for only $22,951 so far in 2015. Another negative indicator: in the eight and a half months leading up to Brown’s death, the average residential square foot in 2014 was selling for $45.82. In the eight and a half months since Brown’s passing, the average residential square foot in the city has sold for $24.11. That’s about a 47 percent downtick in one of real estate’s core indicators. …”