Message from Erika in Nice Respectable People Group #media_about_ie
“Only we can be us”
It's important for everyone to understand the lessons that we've learned as our organization has moved forward. "Breaking off" from other organizations or individuals isn't about saying we're better, but about cutting through the clutter of constant media stories and political noise.
We have to win the fight against obscurity.
Creating space around us where we can expand and get attention for the things we can do best is vital for our organization's survival and the only way we're going to get big.
Great Russia Today piece.
@Darthhow do you go about putting up an ie news alert,i type in but comes up with many different stories. Is there a particular app you use?
I was about to post this.
190K subscribers 👀
"It may very well have been an attempt to bait the Mayor of Minneapolis into having this kind of response..."
It made fox news front page also! Much larger reach than styx. This story has been huge!
I feel like a lot of people set fox as their homepage, but don't totally watch it. If someone subscribes to styx, I think they really pay attention. Might get us more reach actually.
encouraging comment section to say the least
The official promoter of the alt-right took notice.
High high praise for us on the latest AmRen podcast!
That piece is brilliant
@Conway - OK yeah, just listened to it. Paul Kersey and JT couldn’t speak more highly of IE. Great stuff.
All the right people on our side
All the wrong ones... in other groups 😉
all the essential people
city pages can't help but write about our local group. they just can't help it. They once had an entire article about a member that left two ie cards at a local coffeeshop.
Oh man, three angry letters. It’s worse than Auschwitz!
It’s anuddah Shoah, oy vey!!
My county paper freaked out over siege at local university so much so a smaller publication called them out for over reacting and double standards.
Since some of those comments are foreign they couldn't possibly be our guys, though I doubt the journalist cares for integrity.
Those comments seem possibly fake. Even internet trolls know to be polite when IE is being discussed.
There's a lot of angry people out there and this guy only has to pick the worst two or three.
That one from Auckland wasn't me lol
Ringsmuth said: "There are people who don’t understand this group. Isn’t it OK to be proud of my heritage?"
"There’s a difference between being proud of your heritage and belonging to a group that specifically asks if you’re Jewish."
'My biggest concern here is that the goyim seem to know. The goyim knowing is a form of hate-thought.'
That basically read like an advertisement for us.
On fb, there's over 500 shares of the banner. Not shares of the article, just shares of someone's photo of it on a personal page. We have our local leftists just freaking out. Almost no mention of the memorial. They're not angry anymore, they're just scared.
>Posting the banner "is still a long way from standing up and saying 'this is me and this is what I believe,'" she said. "If this is the way you’re going to live your life, come out. Let's talk."
Just wait sweaty 😘