Message from ✠ Deus Vult ✠ in Charlottesville 2.0 #flags_banners_signs
I think the lambda is a great alternative
I'm not against swastikas
I'll stand side by side with someone who flies a Swazi any day
Fuck the normies
That's fair. I don't think normies turn national socialist overnight. Identitarianism is on the path to it
From my point of view
Identitarian is a bit soft though
America is more ready for hardcore stuff than people think
I mean just look at the American mentality, we appreciate extreme in your face views/ideas
If Americana culture can accept 10yo transgenders then the Swazi doesn't seem that outrageous
So you think if the masses were somehow exposed to true national socialism through main stream media everyone would quickly be on board?
I just don't know. I think we are so pozzed that common sense is gone for good with most.
@✠ Deus Vult ✠ not necessarily, however I think if we normalize it instead of castrating ourselves we'll have a lot more people receptive of it than we think
And if we don't do it, we'll still be chastised just the same
You're welcome to disagree
How would we normalize national socialism?
Through the media?
Partially. But essentially by being proud of it and owning it as our own.
If we show no shame in it, the media will attempt to chastise it, but they will run out of arguments.
Like they are starting to now
We are certainly winning in that aspect
No love for the freikorps??
A few of us have these armbands and are painting it on our shields and helmets
2' x 2'
Thigh to neck dude.
Depends on how you intend to use it... many different shield types throughout history
And when crouched it covers about that
See Saxon shields from Hastings for example, thry were about this size and thry were famous for shield walls
you get more mobility with that type, but my understanding is we are looking for a more defensive posture, so a roman style shield is probably better suited.
There is a reason armies evolved from those to smaller shields too
yeah its about mobility, and fatigue over long marches