Message from missliterallywho in Nice Respectable People Group #activism_photos
may have to send it once i get home, but ill get you a high res copy
A buddy of mine and I went in like peak hours on campus which was stupid in hindsight, so the business cards were a big hit. Placed posters in common areas and on windshields
I'd avoid windshields. private property.
creepy, also legal trouble since it can be considered harassment if the owner is non-white or something.
pretty cool though
East Tennessee State University
Hopefully Ive formatted these correctly
Also these have only been up for a few days yet we've already made the front page
Is a sticker really literature? Looks cool in large print on the front page
It just kills me how they claim white supremacist literature found on campus and accompanying that has a picture that says our destiny is ours. I can't imagine a normie having any other reaction than "what the hell is white supremacist about that, I'm going to google these guys and see what they're about." And then hopefully that leads them to our website.
@JesseJames *Exactly.* If I wasn't already here, this would red pill me immediately.
That's the game IE and others have been playing for quite some time. No idea how they haven't caught on yet
white supremacy would be: 'your destiny is ours'. which would be funny.
That is something (((they))) would say.
@JesseJames don’t let it annoy you, the fact something as simple as “our destiny is ours” causes this kind of back lash is great for us, it forces the normie to think. Our Postering is one of the best activism we can do because we control the narrative and no spurg can fuck it up with friend ship windmills and fancy waving
@Whitelash ya of course I love it. The reason I say it kills me is because it cracks me up that they're not smart enough to realize they're pushing people right into our open arms.
The tendency to hysterically overreact seems to be a stable emergent trait of the misfit coalition that opposes us – neurotic Jews, mentally ill whites, and brown people without impulse control.
Incoming activism photos from Kennesaw State University. Today, October 14th. I know it’s Saturday, I would have rather went on a weekday... job/kiddo make that difficult. Hopefully I got the photos up to par.