We have the advantage in the streets

There is only so much that can be done in the blogosphere; each blog has its readers – and the occasional drifter – but even a million pro-white, conservative, blogs are not going to bring about meaningful change.  Those of you who have not yet taken to the streets to distribute flyers, to protest, to speak to people face to face – even though there is nothing stopping you* –  I hope you feel guilty about that.  Guilty enough to motivate you to do something meaningful in the real world.
Once we get people out in the streets and spreading the message, we have the upper hand over the forces of evil.  Why?  Because the general public is exposed to leftist messages, explicit and subliminal,  seven days a week, 365 days a year, from dawn to dusk.  It’s all they know, it’s all they hear, and it’s all they see.  Any deviation from their strict leftist diet is sure to be noticed.  It will make an impression and, even though they may not agree with what you tell them today, they will remember it.   The little light you created in their world may remain dormant, but someday it may come to fruition.
In contrast, the forces of evil (AKA “the left”) has no such advantage.  If they put out flyers that say “celebrate diversity”, it will have about as much impact as pissing in the ocean.  People will nod and say, “yeah dude.  Whatever.”  That flyer, or conversation, will soon be forgotten.
Ours is the advantage of the underdog, to be sure, but an advantage it is – and we would be fools to not take advantage of it.
*Street activism is not for everyone; you might have health issues, family issues, professional issues etc. that prevent you from participating.   The same could be said for any revolution.  It is up to you to recognize an “excuse” from a real limitation in your life.

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15 Responses to We have the advantage in the streets

  1. destructure says:

    Flyers that say “Wake up white people!” or “Love your race!” make me cringe. A flyer should have a specific tangible goal in mind. And the message should give its recipients a realistic way of following up on it. A good flyer says something like, “Vote NO on Prop A because…” but a bad flyer says crap like “Pastor Tony Alamo is a victim of religious persecution blah blah blah”. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve found that sh* on my windshield. I don’t believe in “all publicity is good publicity”. If a flyer isn’t part of a marketing strategy with a solid objective then it’s a waste of time at best and maybe even a liability.
    Now, the flyers I’ve seen by you and (un)amusement are some of the better ones. They’re very well done. But they still kind of fall into the “Wake up white people!” category. Because they don’t have a solid objective behind them or a realistic way for the recipients to follow up. Also, rather than just distributing flyers at random they should target people specifically. For example, if you want to sell season baseball tickets you wouldn’t sell them door to door. You would sell them at the sports bars. Get the low hanging fruit first.
    I’m not trying to break your balls. I think you’re awesome. I’m just trying to give constructive criticism.

  2. I am 60% guilty because I have 40% of a good excuse – FT job, wife works PT, new baby. Together, we (the adults) are brainstorming ways of fitting flyer distribution into our lives, one day a month.

  3. RandyB says:

    One cost of “diversity”
    UC San Diego is cutting programs to the bone; but that doesn’t extend to the Diversity apparatus…
    “a new full-time ‘vice chancellor for equity, diversity, and inclusion’… would augment… the Chancellor’s Diversity Office, the associate vice chancellor for faculty equity, the assistant vice chancellor for diversity, the faculty equity advisors, the graduate diversity coordinators, the staff diversity liaison, the undergraduate student diversity liaison, the graduate student diversity liaison, the chief diversity officer, the director of development for diversity initiatives, the Office of Academic Diversity and Equal Opportunity, the Committee on Gender Identity and Sexual Orientation Issues, the Committee on the Status of Women, the Campus Council on Climate, Culture and Inclusion, the Diversity Council, and the directors of the Cross-Cultural Center, the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Resource Center, and the Women’s Center.”

  4. Snow Walker says:

    JAY, I lifted this post from your blog and republished with a link to you.

  5. Unamused says:

    “Vote NO on Prop A because…” Because what? Because Prop A will close the borders? End affirmative action? Crack down on black racism? Do anything to serve white interests?
    Our movement is in its infancy. We are still, as the liberals like to say, raising awareness, only for us, it actually means something; namely, telling people what reality looks like, since most of them are brainwashed by the fairytales of the mainstream media. (The phrase “raising awareness” is associated with uselessness because — if it isn’t already obvious — liberals try to “raise awareness” about things everyone knows about, like breast cancer, or things that don’t exist, like discrimination against minorities.)
    We start by getting information to moderate white people who would never read an AmRen article, and thus have no idea what the realities of race relations are at this moment in time. First they need to know. Otherwise there is nothing to vote on. Otherwise there is no one to vote. Otherwise nothing can be done.

    • destructure says:

      “Vote NO on Prop A” was an example of the kind of message with a solid objective behind it and a realistic way for the recipients to follow up. Nothing more.
      Our movement is in its infancy. We are still, as the liberals like to say, raising awareness
      I recommend hiring a marketing consultant.

  6. Reactionary_Konkvistador says:

    You know being European and all, I’m pretty sure I can get arrested in my country for distributing the factually correct non-hateful leaflets. Speaking truth a revolutionary act and all that.
    Screw that. I’ve just printed up 100 Black crime and intelligence leaflets. Its very early in the morning, still dark, cold, yet haven’t felt this good going for a walk in a long time. This is the right thing to do.
    Thanks for all your work Jay.

  7. a random user name says:

    One of the largest advantages we have is truth. All else being equal, truth will always be the more compelling argument and will be able to be stated with conviction.

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