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We are at the Spark Stage

Posted by Bob on February 22nd, 2010 under Bob, Coaching Session, Mantra

Every now and then I am delighted to see concentrated discussions of action on the Mantra. But they’ve died out. What I am getting now is musings on the world in general. There are worse things than stimulating thought, most of it highly literate, but it isn’t our WAR.

I can’t tell what you are doing out in the real world of if you don’t report on it. Gator said I should give an assignment each week. Gator, no one takes my “assignments.” I begged BUGSers for months to simply put good BUGS entries on Stormfront, just copy and paste, and the only person who did it was Brain, who already has too much to do.

Gator put the Mantra out and said so. He seems to be almost unique lately. I am sure our old solid group, like Lord Nelson, are out there doing it but they don’t REPORT it.

There is, of course, the problem that I am almost blind here. I had to bitched and complained to Gator that I couldn’t FIND his piece at the link he gave. All I cold see was the title and the statement that there were 14 comments on it, then it listed other topics.

I finally SCROLLED DOWN and found the whole thing and the comments. Gator assumed I would naturally do that in the first place. When someone is as dense as I am in these things, there’s not a hell of a lot Gator or anybody else can do for me.

But Bob is your main instrument here. Don’t feel sorry for yourself. I have to face the fact that Bob is all I have. I used to tell my wife, “If you think putting up with me is bad, try BEING ME for a while.”

I got her sympathy with that one!

As for giving assignments, I can only quote General Lee: “I cannot get my orders carried out.” If General Lee had that problem, you can’t expect this lesser Robert to handle it. Gator got fourteen comments, and SO FAR, he has found a forum where his Mantra has not been wiped out. This gave him a chance to make a FURTHER comment on the replies.

We have not had much chance to talk about comments because the Mantra is usually wiped out almost immediately. This illustrates my point: I am almost dead blind here. I don’t know how many discussions are going on that I don’t hear about. And this is vital to me.

Gator says 11 of the 14 comments probably came from BUGS people. But folks like to PLAY with their screen names. It seems to be considered cute. So one commenter uses several names here, and the comments there were under several names. Where does that leave ME or anybody lese trying to analyze replies?

Please consider my position when you get cute with screen names. In this case they may have been necessary to make two comments instead of one in one name.

But not one commenter SAID he got in there!

I’m BLIND here, gang!

But I was DELIGHTED to see that in those Gator comments our folks grabbed onto the “You are justifying genocide line, which is the second punch in discussing Mantra, and HELD onto it.

If 11 of the comments were from us, that has its encouraging side. They did it RIGHT. When you are forming your first team as we are, getting it RIGHT is critical to your coach.

We are lighting a fire. Modern men have a hard time with lighting a fire without matches because they are used to just flipping a lighter. Doing it from scratch is a LONG process. We have come a long way in igniting a fireplace, but when it comes to lighting the kind of fire we are doing, the old process is still there.

In history books the process of forming an idea and then making it knows looks quick, “Thirty years later, it was common knowledge.” When you are reading a history books, thirty years doesn’t impress you. But every single one of those years was REAL and SLOW to those living it.

I have hit and hit and hit and finally I have a tiny spark. It takes forever to create a tiny spark, and then you have to puff and not blow to keep it going, to keep from killing it. That is when you are trying to start a campfire.

We are changing the WORLD.

In fact it is the difficulties we have that demonstrated that we are trying to do something that big. At this stage, I am more than happy to see a few of us get it RIGHT.

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  1. #1 by H.Avenger on 02/22/2010 - 10:32 am



    I know someone that writes you reports. Extensive Reports. This person has to continuously bug the admins (who have to much to do) to see if you received them. But that is the price one must pay in dealing with “The Coach”.

    Thank goodness for the digital age. I can just hit the SAVE button and keep sending the damn report. Their famous 11 words:”Horus, he can’t find the email. Can you send it again?”

    By the way, I did an extensive discussion on the Mantra with Truck Roy (mostly the last 20 minutes). They are playing it on Stormfront. But feel free to download directly from the White Rabbit Radio Site below.

  2. #2 by Dave on 02/22/2010 - 9:56 am


    Africa for Africans, Asia for Asians, White Countries for Everybody

    Annihilation by Assimilation

    It says it all CLEARLY.

  3. #3 by Gator61 on 02/22/2010 - 9:58 am


    Don’t beg. Give orders. Be the general that we need.

    300 Spartans held off the entire Persian army, but they they had King Leonidas to lead them to Thermopylae. How dispirited and defeated would those 300 have been if Leonidas had just told them “here are your shields and spears go fight the Persians”?

    You have given us excellent shields and spears. We still need you to lead us to Thermopylae. Otherwise we will end up hitting this forum and that individually. Some will will win, most will feel overwhelmed by the isolation and the negative responses.


  4. #4 by Dave on 02/22/2010 - 10:03 am

    Here’s the problem:

    Johnny doesn’t know how to think.

    Johnny goes to college.

    Johnny engages in stimulating thought.

    Johnny graduates.

    Johnny still doesn’t know how to think.

    Then Johnny spends the rest of his life engaging in stimulating thought.

    Then Johnny dies of old age without ever have learned how to think.

    There IS something WRONG with stimulating thought.

    Believe it.

  5. #5 by Bob on 02/22/2010 - 12:29 pm

    “H.Avenger,” I guess you’re playing with screen names.
    I have done , really, about a dozen mail searches in my email under your email address,and have nothing since Christmas.
    I tried to email you about this, but my yahoo is simply stuck.

    None of this is fun for me, or Evil on my part.

    I try to see your later reports, and I am not succeeding.

  6. #6 by H.Avenger on 02/22/2010 - 2:18 pm

    “None of this is fun for me, or Evil on my part.”

    We all know that. I emailed it again to you just a moment ago.

  7. #7 by Einsamann on 02/22/2010 - 3:52 pm


    The spark can be heard as well, that is where I try to come in and guidance is what I need the most. “Flying Blind” in an aircraft is easier that programming a radio for 12 hours, at least there are instruments to guide. With what I do, I am guessing as I go; I know the way to go is with the spoken word, sound, the radio. Be it internet or land based, sound is key. How to manipulate it is an issue for me. The right word at the right moment can move mountains, so how can I move this mountain? Can someone please offer some guidance to a fledgling?

  8. #8 by Peter rabbit on 02/22/2010 - 4:18 pm

    Gator, if you are on Facebook, join “Horus the Avenger’s Follow the White Rabbit” fan page. On there you will find like minded individuals who post the mantra on Facebook and beyond. That is one place to start.

  9. #9 by Dave on 02/22/2010 - 4:45 pm


    It is not true that words can move mountains but the right word can certainly help you think accurately.

    Here’s what Robert Whitaker had to say about paragraph structure. It is a far more important comment that you might think:

    Long paragraph structure does not WORK.

    Not from the critical point of view, but from the plebian point of view of getting people to READ it.

    Correct paragraph structure is technically correct according to those who make the rules.

    But back on Planet Earth people find it BORING.

    Hemingway was also criticized for his unscientific paragraphs, but he never gave them up and his stuff sold pretty well.

    I (Dave) might add to Robert Whitaker’s comment this:

    Hemingway also believed that an entire life could be packed into one word. The less said the better.

    “The less said” is the golden rule of communicaton.

  10. #10 by Scrivener on 02/22/2010 - 7:31 pm

    I’ve been practicing using the mantra on SF the past few days. Sometimes, I only use a part, sometimes the full thing. You might be pleased to know I’ve been getting a lot of reputation points for those posts. I was leaving out “naziwhowantstokillsixmillionjews,” but you made a good point so I’ll be deliberately using it in the future.

    One thing I do need to work on is economy of words.

  11. #11 by ioannes on 02/23/2010 - 1:02 am

    Below is a link to an article in the local paper. In the story comments below the article the mantra makes its appearance.

    A little background: This is a gathering of one of the local political parties that took place last week. The speaker at this gathering and the topic of the article is one of the professors who originated the local Human Rights Education Institute.

    If someone wants to see the mantra in action here is an example. Just look for the postings by ranger.

  12. #12 by Lord Nelson on 02/23/2010 - 5:15 am

    I did comment there name: Duke Of Bronte. I try to comment mostly on national newspaper websites but surprise surprise, they keep getting blocked.

  13. #13 by Bob on 02/23/2010 - 10:16 am

    Dave is right about short sentences. This has been carefully tested statistically in direct mail, where each mailing is varied so as to collect return information.

    The big difference between English teachers and direct mailers is that the latter have their whole business resting on RESULTS.

    What is true in direct mailingwhere donors read it, is even truer in our intenet age.

    Also, of course, it what the other side says that has to be complicated and lengthy. We are not trying to hide nonsense, so what we say doesn’t have to fool anybody and is therefore the shorter the better.

  14. #14 by Simmons on 02/23/2010 - 10:45 am

    That is why I wanted an executive summary of the Mantra to preceed the Mantra, a one sentence summation of what was to follow.

    Also while I’m critiquing, the sentence with the “sane black man” and “psycho black man” gives me trouble because of its switching from the positive to the negative. I must be stupid because anytime a sentence is constructed that switches back and forth like that I spend an inordinate amount of time parsing it.

    It makes it to my dyleksic mind seem like a “psycho black man” wants to object to the project of destroying his nation not encourage the destruction as psychos would.

    Outside of Bob’s Mantra when I see an author construct a sentence like that I figure they are trying to minimize an unpleasant fact. Don’t get me going on the use of percentages where the omission of the words “of” and “greater than” or their relative interchangebility clouds everything.(see the Unz article “His-panic”)

  15. #15 by Truck Roy on 02/25/2010 - 3:31 pm

    I never use the entire Mantra, because the point of view is too foreign to most people to take all at once. I use the Mantra in bits.

    I used the mantra this morning on Derek Blacks AM radio show this morning: . I come on at 32 minutes into the show. I really start hitting the Mantra at about 39 minutes through 48 minutes in.

    I kicked the crap out of a Jew in opposing views on Stormfront a couple months ago, using the Mantra. Here is a summary:

  16. #16 by Scrivener on 02/25/2010 - 9:20 pm

    I’ve been doing something similar, Truck Roy. Sometimes, I can use the whole thing and it works quite well. At other times, I feel that using the whole mantra would too obviously interrupt the flow of the conversation and trip the defenses of the more brainwashed readers. I find that I can use at least half of it in most situations, though, and a response to the first half often leads well into the second half of the mantra.

    The disadvantage of my approach, however, is that I am often dependent on the willingness of others to engage me if I want to stealthily get the entire thing out.

  17. #17 by Truck Roy on 02/26/2010 - 1:02 pm

    Here is a way to suck them in, Scrivener:

    You: “Would you find it acceptable to flood Africa with hundreds of millions of non-Africans so that Africans are blended out of existence”?

    The other person: “No”

    (They may refuse to answer the question and try to sidetrack you. If so, patiently bring them back to your question. Remind them that they should be able to answer it… It is not a complicated question)

    You: “Do you think that this sort of genocide is only acceptable when use on White people?”

  18. #18 by Einsamann on 02/27/2010 - 12:43 pm

  19. #19 by FamilyNation on 09/24/2010 - 9:36 pm

    Mantra error?

    The Mantra has it that Belgium and the Netherlands are more overcrowded than Taiwan. Is this supported by evidence?

    I used the Mantra recently and was challenged on this point. All I could do was google it and Wikipedia came up showing Taiwan with higher population densities than both.

    It’s embarrassing not being able to back up an assertion.

    Please investigate. See:

  20. #20 by Dick_Whitman on 09/26/2010 - 12:36 am

    I looked into FamilyNation’s concerns, and it does appear that Taiwan has a higher population density than Netherlands or Belgium. Perhaps when Bob wrote the mantra, this was not the case?

    Of course, population density doesn’t necessarily make a country more crowded, as some nations may have a lot of space that is uninhabitable. Regardless, no one wants to explain this, so the way I see it, we have two choices.

    1)Change the Mantra from mentioning Taiwan, to another country with less population density(Perhaps Turkey, Kuwait).

    2) Change the wording of the Mantra. Instead of “Japan and Taiwan are less crowded than the Netherlands and Belgium”

    It should say

    “The Netherlands and Belgium are just as crowded as Japan and Taiwan”

    All of these countries have similar population densities, so option number two could work.

    I wouldn’t mind hearing someone else’s input on this. This is a serious matter that must be addressed. Perhaps Bob could could opine?

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