A Short Address: If It Bleeds, We Can Kill It
I’ve seen a lot of people getting upset that Jair Bolsonaro had Benjamin Netanyahu at his inauguration, and that he mentioned “Judeo-Christian values” in his inaugural address—we need to stop thinking that the magical candidate/leader is going to descend from the sky. We want it all and we want it now, but it does not work that way. This is a generational struggle. We have been conditioned by the “elites” to think in election cycles—the “democratic vision” that is slowly killing us—rather than taking a step back and understanding that this is its own kind of Long March, or perhaps more accurately a 21st century Reconquista.
Global Jewry’s power is far more entrenched than it ever has been before; expecting a fully-realized leader to materialize and not be utterly destroyed is ridiculous (and anyway, are we at present a movement that deserves such a leader?). Stop purity spiraling. Further, for all we know, Salvini or Bolsonaro are simply “playing the game”; perhaps they understand the issues confronting them and are merely going along to get along (for now) with entrenched Jewish power until they have more firmly established themselves. People were similarly upset about Matteo Salvini being pictured with an Israeli flag, or Donald Trump’s various philo-Semitic leanings. But Trump explicitly stated that we are in Syria on Israel’s behalf—do you know what kind of a mass red pill that is?
We need to be fighting this thing very strategically. The Right has been (in)effectively a bunch of doddering morons for three-quarters of a century at this point. We can win but we need to play it right. We joke about 4-D chess—and I’m not necessarily saying any of the aforementioned men are playing it, by the way—but we actually need to start thinking that way. Act like a dissident. Fight like a guerrilla. Win for a change.
“What is left to us here under the vast and lonely skies of a continent that our forefathers wrested from the aborigines and, with blood and sweat, made into a mighty nation? We are not yet extinct. We can still reasonably hope that we will leave descendants worthy of our ancestors.”-Revilo P. Oliver