Passing the Torch

At the American Renaissance conference this past weekend, I met a lot of great goys, and there were a lot of great speakers. I recommend everyone watch the videos as soon as they're up on the AmRen YouTube account. My biggest takeaway as I was driving home, however, was the realization of how much sacrifice has gone into getting us where we are. In particular, I'm talking about Jared Taylor and Sam Dickson.

When the flame of the White race seemed on its way to being extinguished, these two men fought nearly alone to keep it alive. They suffered attacks of both a personal and professional nature; they were misrepresented, slandered, defamed, intimidated, and silenced. Mr. Dickson talked about a particular article written about him whose lies could be refuted factually point by point.

We all know this is how the media operates. First they ignore, then they distort, then they ruin lives with hyper-scrutiny and, when that fails, by just making shit up. We've spent a lot of time pointing this fact out, and it's beginning to have a real effect. Trump openly refers to the liars in the media directly in his speeches, pointing at the press area. It's clear that regardless of ideology, no one with half a brain trusts the media anymore.

That's why it's time to go on the offensive.

A basic battle plan will always involve three core functions: form an unbroken line, stop the enemy's advance, and counterattack. Trump helped us coalesce around certain key positions and create a more solid defensive perimeter. Memes and truth helped us blunt the force of the media's power thanks to our general's unwillingness to retreat. But no one of real importance has suffered the consequences of their years of lying and poisoning of our culture.

Some of you may have been involved in or at least aware of GamerGate. The short version is that gamers decided they were sick of being told by feminists what could and could not be in video games. The movement has been largely co-opted at this point, but they did manage to discredit a lot of games journalists, even getting some fired or "resigned". Most importantly, they established a template that we can use:

  1. Use /pol/, MPC, etc, to organize

    • We laugh at NEETs and autistes, but the simple fact is that when pointed in the right direction, that contingent is like a laser beam that can burn through almost any obstacle blocking our path to useful information.
  2. Dig. Then dig more. Then dig more than that.

    • Do what journalists do to us: shine a blinding spotlight on their careers and personal lives. E-mail advertisers letting them know what kind of scum they're giving money to. Gawker lost a million dollars in ad revenue thanks to GamerGate campaigns.
  3. Deepfreeze ( and social media

    • Collect all the information you dig up in a database, organize it, and make it publicly available. Someone wants to know who Leigh Alexander or Randi Harper or Jonathan McIntosh are, and what they've lied about? Point them to Deepfreeze. It's limited to games "journalists", but we have the skills and agency to make our own version.

With this template in mind, the only challenge is that "the media" is too big of a herd to bring down one by one with diffuse efforts; we have to choose one target and focus on it. Another key aspect of a successful strategy is putting your forces where they need to be when they need to be there. You can have the biggest army in the world, but if your enemy outmaneuvers you, he can force you to fight where you're weak and he's strong. He can make you exhaust yourself trying to chase him down. He can attack your supply lines and keep you always on your back foot. So instead, you do that to him by finding his vulnerable points or critical infrastructure and hitting him with overwhelming force.

The SPLC is routinely used as a reference by mainstream outlets to label someone a racist as though some genuine authority had decreed it. No organization I can think of better represents the disease that has infected our fourth estate and turned it into a fifth column. We've tried in the past to refute their false claims, but as we know, the gatekeepers of information simply ignore us or attack us in automated fashion to keep our data and points of view out of the mainstream consciousness. Our mentality has been defensive because we've seen the SPLC and other organizations like it as part of a vast left-wing juggernaut we can't possibly hope to beat.

However, we have to remember that the Left is made up of individual people. They are just as subject to fear, intimidation, and demoralization as we are; given the centrality of weakness, cowardice, and passivity in their thinking and decision-making, probably more so. Which means it's time to stop being defensive. It's time to give men like Jared Taylor and Sam Dickson a reward for their years of sacrifice. It's time to turn the flickering candle they kept alive into a flamethrower.

So dig. Who are the owners? Who are the donors? Who are the staff? Their closets are bound to be chock full of skeletons. And if you don't find any, dig more. No more reactivity. Attack, burn, and destroy. And when we're standing over the smoking ruin of this loathsome anti-White organization, we can turn to Mr. Taylor and Mr. Dickson and say "you're welcome." We can turn to the Left and say "this is what happens to anti-Whites." And we can turn to our own people and say "we're strong enough to protect you."

We owe the Taylors and Dicksons of the world a debt of gratitude that few of us have yet begun to grasp. We owe it to ourselves and our people to eliminate this malignant poison sapping the life out of our cultural and political body. And we owe the Left a taste of their own medicine. We have to make them as afraid of us as we used to be of them.

We are the many; they are the few. And when the many stop fearing the few...


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