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Childhood’s End

Posted by Bob on February 13th, 2009 under Coaching Session

There is a subtext to BUGS: We see those outside of this group as somewhat childish. They are childish when it comes to power propaganda. You FEEL this so I think you will recognize it when I explain it.

A child sees a house or a car but they are part of the child’s landscape. It no more occurs to that toddler that that house or car was BUILT than it does that the ground under it was built.

Simmons and Lords Nelson were glorying in the fact that “anti-white” is FINALLY being repeated a lot on the web. No one outside of BUGS would even NOTICE that. Others in the movement look to the days of the torchlight parades in the past. Like children they just assume that those Great Victories just APPEARED, like houses to do to tots.

No tot can see how important it is to see to the clearing of the ground, the getting of materials, and, before all that, the drawing of the PLAN.

And no tot can build a house.

No tot can imagine that, before the bricks, before the foundation, before clearing the ground, there is a DECISION to build a house. To a child, the house was just MEANT to be there, like that hill over there.

Most people in our movement look for a spontaneous torchlight victory parade. They demand that everybody read and agree with My Awakening or other books.

But they do not consider how we will get people to begin to be INTERESTED in those books.

We who see the critical nature of clearing the ground with the Mantra and “anti-white” can only celebrate to each other. Who ever celebrated when the ground-clearing was being done?

If we are going to fight this battle and build this house, we had damned well better begin to see to its foundations as LN and Simmons do.

  1. #1 by The Dude on 02/13/2009 - 1:12 pm

    Before you can even build the foundation, a good engineer or architect will evaluate the soil. He will look at the “lay of the land” and eventually find an ideal place on that property for a dwelling.
    We, white people are at the most ideal spot in our history, or if I may, “the best lay land” we’ve had in years. This is our time and the greatest foundation for a white movement really should be now. It’s perfect. The Internet is free, we have Obama in office and many of our people are in need of real good guidance, education and they want it.
    We must stick with “being on a high road” with our words and actions. If we can do that, we will gain victory after victory. Thanks

  2. #2 by Dave on 02/13/2009 - 1:40 pm

    This is precisely why the Manta’s explanatory power is so critical.

    It is not just another rant easily dismissed with the phrase “you’re just biased”.

    The Mantra exposes the divergence between what passes for knowledge in our times and what is actually occurring and does so COMPREHENSIVELY, in education, in sports, in economics and trade, in politics and in the analysis and assessment of our punditry.

    Accordingly, the Mantra has the power to pull in the real minds, the heavy-duty minds, delivering power to the capable. That is how seeds are sown, how things are made real.

  3. #3 by Simmons on 02/13/2009 - 1:52 pm

    We have the best lay of the land since we basically face tots and spirit worlders, and their world is crumbling. I imagine that Dreamcatcher sales to despairing white libs will skyrocket as their fantasy economic life crashes.

  4. #4 by The Dude on 02/13/2009 - 5:09 pm

    Every day lends real opportunity to advance a real white agenda with real white support. If for instance every SFer donated 10$ per month to SF it would have real power through the almighty dollar.
    If every white person spoke straight and to the point and used similar terms we could educate scores of white supporters.
    I don’t think we need millions of activists, we need millions of supporters though. We also need efficient, articulate and courageous white leaders. It’s actually a time when real white genius and valor will shine through.
    These are the times in which legends are born. Who will be our next Washington?

  5. #5 by backbaygrouch4 on 02/15/2009 - 5:49 am

    Off topic. Put it here as The General Comments seem to have died in a switchover. Michael Barone did a fair column on the stimulus bill today, but in it as an aside he touched upon one of Bob’s shrewder observation.

    Money quote: “It was the war effort, the mobilization of big government, big business and big labor, that much more than the New Deal enhanced the prestige of the state. It got Americans proud of thinking of themselves as small cogs in very large machines. It made them amenable to statist policies that they would never have accepted in the 1920s and at which many of them were bridling in the late 1930s.”

    In short, war kills liberty.

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