Short Address: Guerrilla Mindset
Are we actually a Movement? Or are we a bunch of LARP-ing poseurs frittering away our time and nation before the final gasp of Western civilization? How do you want to be remembered? Do you want to be remembered? Something everyone reading this must understand is that this isn’t a game. To stand in defiance of the Establishment is to genuinely risk everything. Are you willing to do that?
We are not going to kill the Establishment in one fell swoop—that would be too clean, too easy, and the system is too resilient. To believe this is possible is to be engaging in the worst kind of wishful thinking. The struggle before us is a slog, a guerrilla war that can only be won through deep commitment and the understanding that this is a generational struggle. The toll may well be huge. Are you willing to pay it?
Now understanding this is one thing, but using it as an excuse to inaction is quite another. The seeming paradox here is that we need to have a sense of urgency (though not allow ourselves to get careless) while simultaneously planning for the future. The adoption of a revolutionary mindset is essential—remember, our forebears already lost. We are in occupied territory and we are fighting a new war to reclaim our birthright. Any pretense of “conservatism” is ridiculous. For decades the best of our people have had their energies siphoned-off by quixotic wastes of time at best, controlled opposition at worst, while the noose slowly tightens. By the time ZOG is ready to kick the chair out from under us, it will be too late. As James Mason writes:
A Katanga savage with machete or an IRS agent in a gray flannel suit, take your pick. Your money or your life. These methods are designed for three purposes: the cow a population; to fleece a population; or to annihilate a population. Not infrequently do all three happen, one after the other.
So again I ask, are we actually a Movement? Are we willing to pay the ultimate price to save our civilization and our nations? Are we willing to be, as James Mason put it, the redeemers of our race? If the answer is yes, then it is time to start acting like it. If you are not one hundred percent committed, or your motives are questionable, you should voluntarily excuse yourself from our ranks or we will force you out. To the rest, my brothers- and sisters-in-arms: onward! Ignominy or glory, the choice is yours.