There are handsome and articulate men and women among us, there are the NEET, and everything in between.
The easiest spaces for most of us to fight in are the social media sites. Twitter has recently had to choose between its beliefs and its billfold, so there is a very good chance we will lose access to that arena. I do firmly believe that no matter what twitter does, they will never be able to completely crush dissent. Hard IP bans, shadow bans, anything that they come up with will be trumped by our trolls.
Even so, we must be prepared to take out fight into the real world. Blogs like Radix Journal and Counter Currents are producing new material every day. It's our job to take the weapons, talking points, and arguments to the water cooler with us. Gone are the days when we can afford to stand idly by and listen to some catlady talk about how much better the world would be without white men. Imagine in that situation, what your best approach would be. A tirade of facts about how white men have made the world better, or a chuckle, a dismissive look, and asking, “You don't really believe that drivel do you?”
We don't all have to cut our hair like Richard Spencer and start dressing like college professors, and we also don't have to announce to the world that we have rejected racial egalitarianism. Our philosophies and politics are not meant to be what defines us as people, our families and the things that we have built are.
At some point, we must close the browser windows of hentai. We must climb the stairs out of the basement. We must open the door wide and step into the world. Before you champion your cause, ask yourself, are you the kind of person you would take advice from?
As the Kali Yuga rolls on and the world gets stranger and stranger, it is our strength that will define the order that comes from the chaos.
- Roscoe Jones