Message from Axel in Nice Respectable People Group #cyberstrike
Help defend this Evropan warrior. Post Charles Murray’s graphs from Human Accomplishment
wait @unclefesterr are there infographics from Charles Murray's Human Accomplishment?
that puts things into perspective
That kid really made me smile
Someone help this dude out in the comments he’s def. our guy.
Maybe someone could tell him about IE
They’re trying to kick him out of college for saying Europeans built the modern world.
Make sure to spread this on twitter!
Good sub to drop redpill in
If anyone here uses reddit
If you guys are going onto reddit, you are going to get the post deleted if you don't follow the rules and culture of the particular sub.
And if you're going to make a blatant recruitment post, include a picture from an action or embed a video as the main item - create something of quality that is going to get people interested and stick to our rhetoric.
@SuperTomPerry -RI Charles Murray’s book “Human Accomplishment”
Just now got a reddit account. Can dropping redpills in that sub be "Pro-European" or should it be limited to traditional values and things like that?
Up to you, and the mods of that sub!
@Steve - NJ awesome those posters are great! https://www.reddit.com/r/rutgers/comments/a4z0u7/identity_evropa_posters_target_rutgers_professor/
What’s a good cyber strike post that I could post to my page?
What do you mean?
@everyone SOP for Reddit is follow sub rules as Matt said. Additionally DM recruitment posts or redirect people to r/Identitarians or another friendly sub. This is way better than blatantly posting publicly and is literally how I got into the movement years ago.
@Axel in that particular sub the mods seem very hands off. Just don't do anything 1.0 and I think you'd be ok
And dito what Preston said
Have to treat it like sales, funnel them into various things like r/identitarians that can help "close" the sale (Sell them on why joining an identitarian group is in their favor)
I think this is relevant to cyberstike, though it is late notice for those on the east coast: https://vdare.com/articles/next-monday-is-deadline-for-public-comments-on-aspiring-immigrants-welfare-use-do-it-now?scroll_to_paragraph=18
Open comment section up recent flyering at a university. Up vote our guys, down vote theirs, and keep our positive comments at a 3:1 ratio to their negatives ( don’t go over board or it looks like a raid). Stay classy.
@unclefesterr I've also heard fairly reliable arguments made that while Calculus -- argued to have been invented by Arabs -- while having originated in the Middle East, may have been from the people who later populated Europe. Just looking at the art of the time depicting the higher/ruling class with light colored skin and blue eyes in most cases, and having a slave class with...different...characteristics.
Looks like the same mistake playing out over and over - we make civilization, need labor, then take others with lower intelligence in for such purposes. They become too numerous, and lib-tardism takes over (because we're too nice? I dunno....maybe we just get lazy and complacent), and we leave the cesspool to them.
If that sounds interesting look it up. It's a fairly compelling argument.
I seriously doubt the claim that towel heads created algebra or any valuable mathematics. The whole of the middle east and parts of Asia were originally settled by white folk and eventually were overrun by brown hordes.
But Newton and Leibniz invented calculus...
Just commented. Good find!
@FACINEMA Let's not forget about dysgenics though, arabs are not what they once were, nor are whites for that matter
Arabs did invent algebra, but our accomplishments, mathematical or otherwise, still dwarf theirs. There’s no need to say that “we wuz algebra”.
it was invented by a german man named Al Geber
Algebra is quite literally Arabic. @FACINEMA
"Algebra (from Arabic "al-jabr", literally meaning "reunion of broken parts") is one of the broad parts of mathematics, together with number theory, geometry and analysis." The early roots are Babylonian, but Persian mathematician Muḥammad ibn Mūsā al-Khwārizmī wrote The Compendious Book on Calculation by Completion and Balancing, which established algebra as a mathematical discipline that is independent of geometry and arithmetic.