#general (Discord ID: 416272921904807958) in Front And Center, page 1
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I posted here because Jordan Peterson told me to.
Reddit is le gay
its not like their parents ever taught them shit.
I'd promote all of that except you forgot reading SIEGE!!!🔥🔥🔥
I mean, it's a meme, but there's not really anything wrong with any of that.
Yeah, and it's just a 'starer' pack...
Now a starter pack, that would be different
Needs tagged for Ann Arbor
I should've posted the Chicago event
Feel free to comment in that thread with these images, if you want to, not that I'm telling you, just sayin'.
Lol did you guys see this yet
Looks like molyneux found a copy of siege.
Cucking on guns is absolutely the last thing I would expect from trump
Every other cuck I could see coming
All the conservatives fucking do is concede
Inch by inch until we lose everything
thats what theyre supposed to do
The mid terms were looking good tbh
**VERY GOOD ARTICLE**
`Because every centre was self-financing, and because they claimed to “serve the people”, those new centres in turn opened gyms, pubs, bookshops, parachute clubs, diving clubs, motorbike clubs, football teams, restaurants, nightclubs, tattoo parlours and barbershops. CasaPound suddenly seemed everywhere. But it presented itself as something beyond politics: this was “metapolitics”, echoing the influential fascist philosopher Giovanni Gentile, who wrote in 1925 that fascism was “before all else a total conception of life”.`
`CasaPound was different. It presented itself as forward-looking, cultured, even inclusive. ... In a country in which style and pose are paramount, CasaPound was fascism for hipsters. There were reports of violence, but that – for young men who felt aimless, sidelined, even emasculated – only added to the attraction.`
`What made CasaPound unique was its game of smoke-and-mirrors with a fascinated Italian media. Both Di Stefano and Iannone were very media-savvy: Di Stefano was a graphic artist, and Iannone, after the army, had worked as a director’s assistant on Unomattina, a breakfast show on RAI, the state broadcaster.`
`It’s a movement that is tight, compact and united. When you’re among the militants inside that shell, the disdain for the outside world is almost cultish. The separation between insider and outsider is clear and loyalty is total: “I do whatever Gianluca [Iannone] tells me to”, one female militant has said. The movement has published a political and historical glossary for all novice militants, so they always know what to say.`
`Having once presented itself as playful, it is now deadly serious: “I’ll be a fascist as long as anti-fascists exist”, Iannone says. Fascism, he enthuses, was “the greatest revolution in the world, the completion of the Risorgimento [Italian unification]”. Mussolini’s regime was “the most beautiful moment of this nation”. When you ask him if the anti-fascists aren’t also, as the national anthem says, brothers of Italy, he stares out from under his heavy eyelids: “Cain and Abel,” he says, “were brothers.”`
That's what they do. They see how much they can get away with until people get upset and they back off, but only to slowly ooze over that boundary slowly so the changes don't seem dramatic and people don't notice. Like a frog that will stay in water that slowly comes to a boil because he can't feel the gradual change in temperature.
Knuckle dragging wakandans in the wild
@southland For every breath that allows a disheartened statement to leave your head, the very next should be a reassurance of action. Stuff is bad. We get it. Old news. What have you done today to stop it? What will you do tomorrow to stop it? What are you doing right now to make sure others can join you in the fight to stop it?
This goes for everyone.
Timing is everything. The more one focuses on bettering himself, the more effective he will be when the time finally come.
We should not be waiting for "a time to come". Victory is not something that will come as a result of some big procession of events that will sweep you to where you want to be. Victory is not tomorrow. It's today. Everything you want, everything we need to build starts now. Today.
Successful movements aren't waiting for anything. We're not waiting for a civil war, or a race war, or a break down of society, or any other hypothetical for an excuse to get to work. We don't need an excuse to get to work.
We're not some disheveled band of militants waiting on some chance-occurrence to help us. We're the true America in exile, and we need to act like it.
Yes I agree. Our time will not come, it is now. Instead of worrying about what a politician is doing (something you cannot control) worry about what you are doing.
The bands of "militants" who wait around for "muh coming race war" seem to have some sort of complacency about them instead of a real purpose and that's always bugged me.
Better to be proactive than sitting around waiting and complaining while not producing something to combat the decline of western values.
Five years from now we're all going to be thankful we put in all this work now
This is true however instead of dreaming of our wonderful future we should do as Thomas advised and focus on what we're doing right now. Dreaming of our wonderful future will only have us tripping over our own feet.
I like Casapound's structure but they have some shitty social views. They're pro gay marriage , pro abortion, and "pro-immigrant but anti immigration".
Yeah, it's kinda like "we'll be nice to them until we deport them".
Still better than these swedes and german fags
Italy is over 90% Italian, and deporting lots of immigrants and restricting immigration beyond that doesn't have to be so massive an undertaking to secure a supermajority.
Maybe they're just fake cucking to stay under the radar
Fake Cucking..... lol
These europoors don't have as many free speech rights
But they're not under any obligation to ask for welfare for their immigrants, which is what they do.
Well that's pretty damn gay...
I still like them tbh
Italy is doing MUCH better than the nordcucks
Depends on which Nordcucks
In the current election, they're campaigning for military intervention in Libya to stop the migrants from coming over. I would vastly, wholly prefer a populist approach to immigrants so long as it means there's less of them, and the trend is reversed.
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