Message from Chancellor in Anticom #general
Dick spencer was presuming a losing a battle from the start. The shape of the game has changed entirely with the rise of the online far right and the propaganda factory that is /pol/.
The same is true for Mike "Enoch" Peinovich and compant
they're all essay-writers and masturbatory intellectuals
Everybody wants to be a Pierce, nobody wants to be a Rockwell
o/ Heillo, mein freund.
convos like this make me miss gabe
We need charismatic voices, compelling figures. /pol/ get's the information to the normies and converts, what we need is someone to direct the converted members, not necessarily a "leader" per se but a personality to gather around and direct us.
Trump served that purpose but he was always gonna be a fellow traveller.
@Chancellor This is why I've been a yuge advocate of IRL groups
Pepe is a pretty good personality.
We wouldn't be here without him.
I don't think we're acceptable enough for IRL groups.
Speak for yourself, mate
@Verm Pepe is whatever he needs to be in the situation. He has no true personality, he's a mask and role.
my IRL group is coherent enough that we've got plans to invest in a townhouse and move in together
Like a... equally autistic but less retard anonymous.
insert your implicit joke here
Well, you've got to be pretty autistic to resist the social narative in the first place anyway.
Here's the thing
Creating IRL groups prevents huge blowouts over relatively minor things
You can't publicly be the "White nationalist group" though. Our goal needs to be pushing the overton window until I can go on the street and say "Maybe hitler had some points" and not get at absolute best nervous chuckles.
Online groups are to IRL groups as civic nationalism is to ethnonationalism
Civic nationalism hinges on a common ideology, just like an online political culture does
But if you have an IRL group, you're bound together by cameraderie
Also, you tend to find out things like if a person is sleeping with a Jew early on, preventing major problems further down the line
My ideal is a network of friend groups across the US that have little-to-no unity or hierarchy outside the local area
People who can just do things
We'll create an environment to find natural leaders
Dont fucking point JewDonald
People who can lead with their charisma, rather than their intellect
I don't necessarily disagree that it's a better idea and way of organisation. Only that we can't publicly be an IRL group of "white nationalists" or whatever we call ourselves, online gives us anonymity, it gives us the options to escape behind "Irony" or not be held accountable to wrong think.
AFK, message me if you wanna continue talking?
> proceeds to die of starvation*