There are two ways to address a problem.
1. You start with what you have and try to make the best of it.
2. You start with your goal and find the best tool to get there.
Inevitably, if applied to pro-White advocacy in the current year, both methods will lead you to Tyrone’s Covert Politicization doctrine.
That’s ok, it just means I’m God.
But there’s also a third method that’s gaining traction in Alt-Right circles.
3. You start with the goal, whine that you’re not there yet and bang your head against the walls in a show of “hardcore activism”.
For example, “protesting” the removal of Confederate memorials alongside the KKK.
The Alt-Right is so obsessed over the result that it fails, predictably, to see the process.
Of course, the result is the removal of Sheila Jackson Lee’s statue or whatever. I’m not from the South.
On the other hand, the process started the very day the media began to fabricate a hollywoodian history of obese redneck Southerners whipping elderly negros while their fat wives Jennifer were being plowed by Jamal the brilliant yet tortured Pakistani immigrant from a country that didn’t even exist in the 19th century.
Again, the Right starts the race when the Left is at the finish line.
It’s not antifa you should be protesting, it’s the hippies. But that was before your parents were born.
So you can bang your head against the wall about being “erased from history” or you can start talking about, I don’t know, a certain shitty little country of the Near-East and how they treat their own slave caste.
Our whips have nothing on white phosphorus… yet.