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"Doing something"

"Doing something"
April 20, 2012, 03:37:14 AM
All revolutions start the same way:

A group of people get together, agree on their ideas, and then start spreading them.

We're in that phase now. We're in The Federalist Papers and The Communist Manifesto territory, not open war.

Figure out what you believe and bring it to the debate. We'll hammer it out and find clarity.

That debate is here:

http://www.amerika.org

Re: "Doing something"
April 20, 2012, 02:12:19 PM
Revolution is masses > rulers.  What we need is a slow re-entrenchment of Traditional values and understandings.

Re: "Doing something"
April 20, 2012, 07:16:44 PM
This starts with people agreeing on what is important.

80% of our society are null and void except when whipped into a frenzy by media or memes. They work, drink, rut, buy, etc. but don't think.

The remaining 20% are the middle and upper classes and all of our thinkers and leaders.

We need to influence them.

Starting small and working outward, with the power of the internut and eventually big media...

Re: "Doing something"
April 21, 2012, 05:14:21 PM
Would you not say that a high proportion of that 20% is totally locked in the modern mindset?  Amongst "businessmen" - all those who control their portion of this disparate Western world - are often the most intelligent of our race, as well as the most despicable (even in one and the same individual).  Most will not relinquish their assets for an incorporeal ideal, because they have been born into a time in which to do so is folly.  I would say that the emphasis should be on reaching the 5% or so that can be swayed in some direction: namely, the youth of these classes, who have their lives ahead of them, rather than behind them.  If a true multiculturalism ("one tribe, one nation") and Traditionalism can be packaged with a fierce, reactionary environmental platform, we could probably cut short the "liberal" careers of a fair number of the future thinkers and leaders, while allowing the incumbents to rot.

In any case, the leader/educator schism that was developed here recently is a bad idea.  The Leaders must take on the opposing modernity, and wrestle with it for control of the West; the Educators must turn to the young, and make them aware of our situation.  Such a pincer movement is sure to collect the best and brightest and turn them to a good course.

Re: "Doing something"
April 21, 2012, 05:28:10 PM
Would you not say that a high proportion of that 20% is totally locked in the modern mindset?

They will abandon it for anything better. They are pragmatist,s not ideologues.

In any case, the leader/educator schism that was developed here recently is a bad idea.  The Leaders must take on the opposing modernity, and wrestle with it for control of the West; the Educators must turn to the young, and make them aware of our situation.  Such a pincer movement is sure to collect the best and brightest and turn them to a good course.

I don't think we're using the same definitions. Educator = someone who does not believe in direct action and thinks education alone will solve the problem (a/k/a someone proven wrong by the last 60 years of history).