Message from Rabbidsith in Nice Respectable People Group #general
I thought Walt was dead.
The greatest musical mind in our generation is finally back...
Apparently a lot of people got blackpilled and dropped out after Charlottesville
Hopefully this is a sign of more to come
Fascinating. The stars are beginning to align.
May the wyrd be woven in our favour...
@Jacob I think so, I mean we've made huge ground after Trump got elected, can you imagine the movement after the 2020 election?
I can. It can either become great or it can fail. The most dangerous thing to happen for us would be to become complacent.
Just like Alt-Hype has... he's become too black-pilled.
Trump has bought to breathing room. However, we can't treat Trump's victories as signs that we have unchecked power.
If Trump wins, then we need to understand that it is only a stemming of the tide.
I think the worst thing about Alt-Hype cucking, is that he knows in his hypothetical nation that Whites would still go extinct. It's so important not to have your worldview be 100% based on what's "hip."
Identitarianism should be okay whether Trump loses the next election, or win, however, Trump winning is always the preferable alternative.
Trump's presidency is legislatively finished if the Democrats take the House in the midterms, and there will be multiple high-profile investigations they will begin with their voting majority and all will receive large amounts of cable airtime, giving them everything they need to promote their presidential favorites to a national stage
It is. We shouldn't tie our fortunes to Trump. Besides, Machiavelli said that one should not risk one's entire fortune without the support of one's entire forces.
I don't know why they would impeach Trump when they get 2 years to twist the GOP any way they want to
We can't rely on every member of our race. Ergo, we must remain flexible.
@Patrick Thank you. You are also correct. Trump has the Sword of Damocles over his head right now. We should question whether we want that blade over our head as well.
@Patrick They would impeach him because Trump is a symbol. Furthermore, Mike Pence would be much easier to manipulate.
Pence lacks Trump's negotiating skills.
He would be a standard neo-con. In other words, they would already have working talking points to influence Pence.
@The Eternal Anglo IE I can imagine would do some light-handed campaigning for Trump. Unless it doesn't do that, which would result in much less publicity for us, IE would take at least a small hit if he loses. It just depends on what the climate is like in 2020
It's always a risk
Let's talk about the November elections rather than the 2020 elections.
It's a more pressing concern.
I know where my State stands.
However, I think that it would be prudent to continue to put pressure on the Rust Belt to stop it from cucking again.
Remember: we can't let Ohio fall. Every Republican president that has ever won (to my knowledge) has also flipped Ohio.
That's where we should focus the majority of our efforts.
Utah seems to be a prime candidate for new recruits. Ergo, I will be working on that.
I think that the plan should look like this: 1. Save the Rust Belt. 2. Build influence. 3. Focus on PR.
checking in from KS
@Rabbidsith How is Utah politically. I've been there many times, but all I know is that you guys had your very own John McCuck in Orrin Hatch. I believe I heard he was finally going to give us a rest this year? Any alternative to the bland and leftist-approved Mitt Romney? We're looking pretty good here in Georgia unless that criminal, lively-vibrant the Democrats are running for governor wins. I shudder to think. We also have a senator who desperately needs go home and take his pension.
Utah is a Republican controlled state with a sizeable Leftist population held in check mostly by gerrymandering.
Most people are quite conservative however.
The Church wields enormous influence over politics. Although, it's power has been waning as of late.
For now, it will remain a vanguard red state. However, that may change in the future if the GOP doesn't focus on the Millennial Conservatives.
*Note: The Leftists by no means make up a majority. However, they could flip a House seat or two depending on their turnout rates.